D'Swooners

D'Swooners

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Cris Solano (vocals, bass)
Charlie Cajilig (guitar)
Ernie Espiritu (organ)
Ronnie Parina (vocals, trumpet, saxophone)
Eddie Fortuno (drums)
- Filipino band formed in 1963. They went to Hong Kong and played in nightclubs. In 1964, they recorded “My Sonata of Love” (composed by Vic Cristobal) on the Diamond label which became a big hit. They opened for The Kinks and Manfred Mann in Hong Kong. A Japanese talent scout saw them and took them to Japan. They released two singles and two albums in Japan including the very successful psychedelic GS “Please Please Trina” on Philips in 1968.
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D'Swooners Discography Tracks

Albums

FS-8019 D'Swooners Plays R&B Golden Hits(LP, Album) Philips FS-8019 Japan 1968 Sell This Version
FS-8027 D'Swooners Portrait Of D'Swooners(LP, Album) Philips FS-8027 Japan 1968 Sell This Version
SWAX-96 D'Swooners / Teresa* D'Swooners / Teresa* - D'Swooners/Teresa(CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM) Showboat, Denon, Columbia SWAX-96 Japan 2012 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

D'Swooners Sonata Of Love (Single) Parlophone Hong Kong 1964 Sell This Version
FS-1062 D'Swooners Wonderful World Of Love / Please, Please, Trina(7", Single) Philips FS-1062 Japan 1968 Sell This Version
FS-1051 デ・スーナーズ* ミッキーズ・モンキー (Mickey's Monkey) / 愛のソナタ (Sonata Of Love)(7", Single, RP) Teichiku Records FS-1051 Japan Unknown Sell This Version

Compilations

FX-5014 D'Swooners Discotheque Disk Vol.3(LP, Comp) Philips FX-5014 Japan 1975 Sell This Version
TECN-25671 D'Swooners Plays R&B Golden Hits(CD, Album, Comp, RE) Chronicle TECN-25671 Japan 2000 Sell This Version

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