Saints Groups

Saints Groups (Jimmy Duncan-connected)

 

Saints (Houston Tx) – Will You/ I Rocked When I Shoulda Rolled, ’57 (Cue 7934)

  • A and B-side title correction.
  • Writing credits: Jimmy Duncan/ Jimmy Duncan-Ken Grant.

 

Note: There are additional releases by the Saints on the ‘Cue’ label the book did not list.

    • There are also several releases on ‘Cue’ credited to Jimmy Duncan.

 

Saints (Houston Tx) – Doin’ The Stroll/ Snap Dragon, ’58 (Prescott 1570)

  • Writing credits: Jimmy Duncan.

 

Note:  An article seen on http://www.45cat.com/record/nc382795us, seems to indicate Jimmy Duncan, along with the Saints are the same group as the Saints on ‘Cue’.


 

Saints (NY Label) (Ricky & The) – When The Saints Twist/ My Special Angel, ’62 (Seventeen (7 Teen) 101) {I}

 

Note:  Other than a writing credit on the B-side, there does not appear to be a connection between the instrumental group of Saints on 7 Teen and any other Saints group.


 

Saints (Denver Colorado)

 

Saints (Tom Allen With The) – Lone, Lonely One/ Never, ’61 (Band Box 249)

 

Saints (Orlie & The) – Hong Kong/ Denver Twist And Freeze, ’61 (Band Box 253)

  • ‘Pittsburgh Twist And Freeze’ (the title listed in the book) is #253G in the Twist And Freeze series releases b/w King Kong as #253.

 

Saints (Dave & The) – Leavin’ Surf City/ Fever, ’64 (Band Box 341)


 

Saints (Bronx)

 

Saints (ref Lola & Tom Foy)

– White Christmas (ft Lola Foy)/ Please Come Home For Christmas (ft Tom Foy), ’84 (Angela 103)

– Wishful Thinking/ The ABC’s Of Love, ’84 (Angela 104)

– I’m So Young/ I’m On The Outside (Looking In), ’88 (Clifton 81)

 

Saints (ref Lola & Tom Foy) – Crazy For You, ’84 (Clifton LP 2007 2-3)


 

Saints (The Other Groups)

 

Saints (Unknown Origin) (Danny & The)

– Peggy’s Party/ No One Has Eyes For Me, ’59 (Warner Bros 5134)

– Big Lulu/ Long, Long Ago, ’60 (Fanelle 101)

  • No scans found.
  • The book dated N/A.

 

Uptones (Los Angeles) as Saints – The Sun Don’t Shine (Every Day)/ I’ve Been Taken For A Ride, ’66 (Kent 480)


 

2 thoughts on “Saints Groups

    • The label scans were recently found at 45cat.com/record/nc142005us. The distribution was from a NY address. If it is a reissue, the 1957 dating of the Billboard says the group existed before the Seventeen releases. The article hints at a lot of connections but says nothing specific. I’d be interested in knowing where the recordings were done and if they were also pressed on the Prescott label.

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