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Hear some previously unreleased songs and amazing renditions of your favorite Doo-Wop classics you have come to know and love.. Click here to hear and see a SAMPLE of Pledging My Love.
The second album in the trilogy, recorded in 2007. Featuring the number one beach music song There Goes My Baby. Also click here to see the Louie Louie video and interview.
The first album in the trilogy, recorded in 2005. Click here to see and hear My Memories of You and Diamonds and Pearls. Also contains the Planotones classic For Your Precious Love.
*IMPORT* Originally compiled and released by England’s Ace Records in the UK and Europe, this CD contains a cross-section of Planotones recordings spanning a decade.
This companion piece to Soundtrack to the Doo Wop Era – Volume 1, released by LaPlano Records in the United States, offers a follow-up compilation of classic Planotones tracks. Click here to see and hear Let It Please Be You. Also includes liner notes by Ray D’Ariano. Read the review from Binky Jones to the Planotones.
This CD was originally recorded in 2002 and released in Japan. It contains the live performance at the Bitter End in New York’s Greenwich Village. Click here to see and hear I’ve Been Lonely For So Long.
The first studio recording by Kenny Vance and The Planotones. Includes the original version of Looking For An Echo. Click here to see and hear Walking Along/Church Bells May Ring.
Recorded live at the now defunct Rosie’s Cabaret in Long Valley, New Jersey. This CD captures an intimate evening with The Planotones early on in their career. Click here to see and hear I Want To (Do Everything For You).
Originally released by Rockaway Label in 1988, this album was picked up by Gold Castle due to the popularity of the song The Performer, a hit on the Easy Jazz radio networks all over the U.S. For Vance, Short Vacation represents an embryonic stage in his development as a singer and acted as a necessary bridge for his current endeavors with the Planotones. To hear and see The Performer, click here.
In 1974, after leaving Jay and the Americans, Kenny Vance recorded his first solo album for Atlantic Records, produced by legendary producer Joel Dorn. This CD contains the original and uncut version of Looking For An Echo.
Celebrate this season with Kenny Vance and the Planotones featuring 7 holiday videos Plus: 3 Bonus Videos Click here to see and hear “My Christmas Vow To You.”
For one low price, buy both the Happy Holidays DVD and the Mr. Santa CD. Enjoy 10 Videos and 14 songs of Holiday cheer.
Starring Armand Assante
Featuring the music of Kenny Vance and The Planotones
By the director of “Eddie & The Cruisers”
Featuring the music of Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and Kenny Vance and The Planotones.