hits counter
The 1950’s Fabulous Foursome! This   is   a   fan   site   of   the   original   Diamonds   of   the   1950s. All hailing   from   Canada,   they   made   their   way   to      the   U.   S., and   with   their   songs   and   energy,   endeared   themselves   to their fans forever.
Home History Awards Albums Singles Photos Links albums albums
.
The Diamonds recorded four “new” albums, and several compilation that were released over the years up to 2017. (Click on album cover for track listing and other details / Not a complete albums listing)
America’s No 1 Singing Stylist 1957
The Diamonds Meet Pete Rugolo 1958
Songs From The Old West 1958
America Famous Song Stylist 1958
Pop Hits 1959
The Best Of The Diamonds 1966
The Best Of The Diamonds 1984
25 Golden Hits 1993
Hall Of Fame 1985
Rare Gems 2004
(Click on album covers for track listing and other details)
(Click on album covers for track listing and other details)
(Click on album covers for track listing and other details)
Artist conception - not actual product.
Around   1950,   with   microgroove   technology,   the   records   companies   came   up   with   extended play   7”   record   that   would   give   you   2   -   6   songs.   The   Diamonds   had   several   of   these   “mini” albums and are listed below.   (Click on album cover to the left for larger view)
EP1-3356 - 1956  Shoo Ya Blues You Are The Limit My Dog Likes Your Dog Oh, How I Wish 
EP1-3357 - 1957 Honey Bird  For You Alone Zip-Zip Cool, Cool Baby
EP1-3358 - 1957 One And Only Honey Till My Baby Comes Home Girl of Mine
EP1-3367 - 1957 Silhouettes Daddy Cool   Passion Flower Sweet Wild Honey
EP1-3390 - 1958 The Stroll Land Of Beauty  Dance With Me Sweet Wild Honey 
EP1-4038 - 1958 Why Do Fools Fall In Love  Church Bells May Ring  Little Darlin’ The Stroll
Icon indicates tracks available for sampling.
The Diamonds - The Stroll 2011
(Click on album covers for track listing and other details)
Pop Hits “Plus” 1993
4 - Classic Albums Plus 2015
The Diamonds’ Songbook 2007
Laughs Laughs Singing 1963