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Oh What A Baby, The Tonettes (1958) The Tonettes (aka The Claremonts) started out in the Bronx in 1957. Sisters Diana and Sylvia Sanchez were killing time when their TV crapped out and were harmonizing by the family piano when TV repairman and aspiring music biz impresario Lou Ezzo heard them. He convinced them to cut a demo session in 1957. Classmate Josie Allen completed the trio, and they had some success in the eastern U.S.

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Watch the snow fall.

He put lipstick on a cat’s butt.

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11 on the cute scale. You’ve been warned [via].

The Greatest Hits of Ray & Pete (NSFK, NSFW).

The Hound plays retroclectic music with odd news and commentary. There’s some killer stuff in the archives.

[Top image: The Tonettes, singing in mono, undated.]


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Author: Bunk Strutts

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