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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.
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A Mother's Love 1959 A Thousand Miles Away 1956 Ain't Misbehavin' 1958 Al Di La 1963 Baby Won't You Please Come Home 1958 Bass Man 1963 Batman, Wolfman, Frankenstein Or Dracula 1959 Be My Lovin Baby 1955 Beautiful Brown Eyes 1958 Believe Me 1959 Black Denim Trousers & Motorcycle Boots 1955 Cattle Call 1958 Church Bells May Ring 1956 Cool, Cool Baby 1957 Cool Water 1958 Daddy Cool 1957 Dance With Me 1958 Dear Abby 1963 Don't Let Me Down 1958 Don't Say Goodbye 1957 Empty Saddles 1958 Eternal Lovers 1958 Every Minute Of The Day 1956 E'vry Night About This Time 1956 Faithful And True 1957 For All We Know 1958 For You Alone 1957 From The Bottom Of  my Heart 1959 Girl Of Mine 1957 Gold Mine In The Sky 1958 Gretchen 1959 Happy Years 1958 High Noon 1958 High Sign 1958 Holding Your Hand 1959 Home On The Range 1958 Honey 1958 Honey Bird 1957 Horizontal Lieutenant 1961 I Sho' Lawd Will 1961 I'll Always Be In Love With You 1958 I'll Always Be In Love With You 1959 (Re-recorded) It's A Doggone Shame 1961 Ka-Ding-Dong 1956 Kathy O 1958 Land Of Beauty 1957 Little Darlin 1957               Little Girl Of Mine 1957 Little Nell 1958 Love, Love, Love 1956 Lulu's Back In Town 1958 Melody Of Love 1963 Moonglow 1957 My Dog Likes Your Dog 1957 My Judge And Jury 1956 My Little Buckaroo 1958
New Ashmolean Marching Society 1963 Nip Sip 1955 Oh Carol 1959 Oh How I Wish 1957 Old Man River 1963 Ole Man Time 1963 One And Only 1957 One For My Baby 1958 One Summer Night 1961 Passion Flower 1958 Patsy 1957 Put Your House In Order 1956 Real True Love 1960 San Antonio Rose 1958 She Say 1959 Shoo Ya Blues 1957 Silhouettes 1957 Slave Girl 1960 Smooch Me 1955 Sneaky Alligator 1959 Soft Summer Breeze 1956 Straight Skirts 1957 Streets Of Laredo 1958 Sweet Wild Honey 1959 Tell The Truth 1960 Tenderly 1958 The Best Things In Life Are Free 1958 The Crumble 1960 The Munch 1961 The Pencil Song 1960 The Slide 1963 The Spy 1963 The Stroll 1957 Til My Baby Comes Home 1957 The Twenty Second Day 1959 Trail Of The Lonesome Pine 1958 Until The Real Thing Comes Along 1958 Vanishing American 1961 Wagon Wheels 1958 Walkin The Stroll 1959 Walking Along 1958 Where Mary go 1957 (F/Movie:The Big Beat) Where Mary go 1958 (Re-recorded)        Why Do Fools Fall In Love 1956 Will You Still Be Mine 1958 Woomai-Ling 1961 Words Of  love 1957               Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 1958 You Are The Limit 1957 You Baby You 1956 You Short Changed Me 1961 You'd Be Mine 1960 You'll Never Walk Along 1958 Young In Years 1959 Zip Zip 1957
This   is   an   alphabetical   listing   of   all   recordings   of   the   Diamonds   that   were   actually   released   to   the   public. There   were   17 other   songs   they   recorded,   but   never   released.   You   can   see   those   titles   at   the   bottom   of   the   Singles   page.    There   are two   titles   -   I'll   Always   Be   In   Love   With   You    and   Where   Mary   Go ,   that   were   recorded   twice.   Each   re-recorded   with different   musical   arrangements.   As   you   listen   you   will   hear   several   styles   of   the   Diamonds,   which   are   Pop,   Doo-Wop, Big Band, Western, and even Comedy. This    list    also    includes    cuts    from    the    album,    Laughs    Laughs    Singing ,    which    was    recorded    at    one    of    their    live performances. This was a custom album produce by the Diamonds’ manager, Nat Goodman.
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