JM18 45RPM Bill Deal / Rhondels May I / Day By Day My Love Grows Stronger . Tharp and Bill Deal formed the Rhondels after they met as teenagers in South Hampton Roads. They had three hit singles in 1969, "I've Been Hurt" (U.S. #35), "What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I … Price New from Used from Vinyl "Please retry" $24.99 . All of the hits are there,but the cd's best are the group's rendition of the Four Tops' "I Can't Help Myself" and the trilogy of their three greatest hits, both performed live at Virginia Beach in 1991. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for JM18 45RPM Bill Deal / Rhondels May I / Day By Day My Love Grows Stronger at the best online prices at eBay! Now and Then Bill Deal and the Rhondels (Artist) Format: Vinyl. All About The Rhondels. "I've Been Hurt" is a popular single by The Tams, Guy Darrell, and Bill Deal and the Rhondels.
Looking for the premier party and dance band in the southeast, a band with a big sound, a great show, incredible vocals, and powerful horns? From Virginia Beach, Virginia, the Original Rhondels are a music tradition who have performed their hit recordings in almost every major city in the United States. Bill Deal & the Rhondels were formed in 1959 in Portsmouth, Virginia, crossing blue-eyed soul and beach music. NOTE: International buyers: Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. Bill Deal & the Rhondels were among the first of a cadre of big band rock outfits that began showing up in the mid- to late '60s.
1600+ Professional MIDI files, all with demos ! The talents of the late Bill Deal and "Fat" Ammons, supported by the rest of the Rhondels, put them at the top of the beach music performers. Bill Deal & The Rhondels* – What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am Label: Heritage – HE-817 Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single Country: US Released: 1969 Genre: Funk / … Excellent Live Music Party Band With 4 Male Singers and 1 Female Vocalist playing Variety Music for Weddings, Corporate Parties, Concerts, Festivals in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, DC, Best Of The Beach Music and Variety Bands. Bill Deal and the Rhondels, Vintage Rock, Heritage HTS 35,003, 1969. In 1969, Bill Deal and the Rhondels began a recording career that would take them to Madison Square Garden and across the country. Written by Ray Whitley, it was originally released in 1965.. Darrell's cover became a favourite on the Northern soul scene in the UK in 1966, belatedly reaching number 12 on the UK Singles Chart in August 1973. we grade our records visually, but any bad spots are played to check for skips, clicks etc., we also check for bad warps. "I've Been Hurt" is a popular single by The Tams, Guy Darrell, and Bill Deal and the Rhondels. And this is their best cd. The material for this album was recorded in New York City between July 25, 1968 (May I) and March 10, 1969 (multiple), with the most tracks recorded at Bell Sound Studio on March 10, 1969. Bill Deal & the Rhondels (who consisted, at one point, in their classic recording years, of Mike Kerwin and Jeff Pollard on trumpets, Ronny Rosenbaum on trombone, Ken Dawson on sax, Don Quisenberry on bass, and Ammon Tharp at the drum kit) were among the first and best of a cadre of big-band rock outfits that began showing up in the mid- to late '60s. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Tharp and Bill Deal formed the Rhondels after they met as teenagers in South Hampton Roads. Recordando a Bill Deal and the Rhondels - I´ve been hurt - 1969 . Bill Deal & The Rhondels, Category: Artist, Top Tracks: I've Been Hurt, What Kind of Fool Do You Think I Am, May I, I've Been Hurt, May I, Biography: Bill Deal & the Rhondels were among the first of a cadre of big band rock outfits that began showing up in the mid- to late '60s., Monthly Listeners: 4825, Where People Listen: Mexico City, Charlotte, San José, Santiago, Atlanta Free shipping for many products! Bill Deal & the Rhondels (who consisted, at one point, in their classic recording years, of Mike Kerwin and Jeff Pollard on trumpets, Ronny Rosenbaum on trombone, Ken Dawson on sax, Don Quisenberry… Welcome to Bill Deal and the Original Rhondels!