September 21, 2017 Records of the Day

Long after the glory days of the Doo Wop era and well into the British Invasion, a Doo Wop group from Cincinnati, the Casinos, charted at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1967 with “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye.” The 45, released on Fraternity Records, is worth up to $10.00 while the album can get you $50.00. But the Casinos’ first single “Do You Recall,” released on Nane Records in 1962, is now worth up to $300.00.

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