The combination of Sonny Daye's soulful lead vocal, the groups harmonies and their relatable lyrics created an appeal to fans that has never diminished. Also during the early 70's, there was another group from Cleveland also recording under the name of Sly Slick and Wicked. The group debuted in East Los Angeles as part of a well known circuit that promoted artists such.
The group's first big hit "Confessin' A Feeling" was a song that strongly connected with young lovers trying to express their feelings towards each other. The song received immediate recognition Sly was promoted heavily on West Coast and Southwest radio stations reaching a large Mexican American Chicano audience. As expected the love from the Latino popula- tion played an important role in the group's success.
During a radio interview back in the mid 90's Sonny expressed how he loved his loyal Chicano audience. He also embraced the chance to perform outside the Southwestern United States with nationally. It was an opportunity that the group welcomed as it provided performing on a more regular basis and it was also the time when the original group reformed and recorded for the first time in over 20 years. With Chuck at the helm, Chez Max Coiffeur Pour Homme - Serge Gainsbourg - Histoire De Melody Nelson / LHomme À Tête De Chou group recorded 23 songs that comprised two CD's.
Included in these two releases is the Original "Tonights The Nite" track recorded in with lead singer Ron Crowder and the ever popular "Confessin a Feeling". Is You Is Or Is You Aint My Baby the group continued to tour, these two CD's spread to fans everywhere and the group's popularity grew even bigger. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Categories : American rhythm and blues musical groups Musical groups established in Musical groups from Los Angeles.
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