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  • Performer: Carlo
  • Album: Carlo And The Belmonts
  • FLAC: 1446 mb | MP3: 1413 mb
  • Released: 1998
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Rock & Roll, Doo Wop
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 209
Carlo & The Belmonts - Carlo And The Belmonts download album

Dion and the Belmonts were an american doo-wop group that consisted of Dion DiMucci, Fred Milano, Carlo Mastrangelo, and Angelo D'Aleo.

Carlo Mastrangelo (October 5, 1937 – April 4, 2016) was an Italian-American doo-wop and progressive rock singer. Born and raised in The Bronx, he lived in an apartment on the corner of 179th St. and Mapes Ave. He was an original member of The Belmonts (with and without Dion DiMucci), a popular singing group of the late 1950s and early 1960s. He led the progressive rock/jazz ensemble, "Pulse", during the 1970s.

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Dion & the Belmonts were a leading American vocal group of the late 1950s. The group formed when Dion DiMucci joined The Belmonts - Carlo Mastrangelo (October 5, 1937 – April 4, 2016), Fred Milano (August 22, 1939 - January 1, 2012), and Angelo D'Aleo - in late 1957. After an unsuccessful first single, the group were signed to Laurie Records. Their breakthrough came when "I Wonder Why" made 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and the group appeared for the first time on the Dick Clark TV show.

Angelo D'Aleo, Fred Milano, and Carlo Mastrangelo were all friends from the area around Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. They attended Roosevelt High School and hung out together. They began singing together and named themselves The Belmonts after the street on which Freddy Milano lived. As a trio, they recorded for the Mohawk label in 1957, making their debut with the song "Teenage Clementine," Dion, who lived in the neighborhood, joined the group for the recording We Went Away. It is with deep sadness and regret that The Belmonts announce the loss of their lead singer, Dan Elliott. Dan’s beautiful voice led The Belmonts for 45 years in concerts and on recordings. He fought the most courageous battle against a deadly adversary for five years. Along with his beloved wife, Carolyn, he faced every challenge with intelligence and dignity.

They formed the Belmonts in the mid-1950s, taking the band name from the avenue where Mr. Milano lived. The neighborhood is also called Belmont. Dion DiMucci, another boy from the neighborhood, joined the group as lead tenor in 1957. In 1958 they released their first hit, I Wonder Why, an upbeat earworm that began with a memorable wordless vocal by Mr. Mastrangelo. In 1971 Mr. Mastrangelo released an album with the progressive rock band Pulse. He continued to play in a variety of ensembles and occasionally performed with the Belmonts, sometimes along with Dion. Mr. Milano died in 2012. D’Aleo still performs with the group. Carlo Mastrangelo was born in the Bronx on Oct. 5, 1937. He lived in Boynton Beach with his wife, Lucille, who survives him.

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1 We Belong Together
2 Such A Long Way
3 Little Orphan Girl
4 Santa Margherita
5 Five Minutes More
6 Write Me A Letter
7 Brenda The Great Pretender
8 Ring-A-Ling
9 We Belong Together
10 My Foolish Heart
11 Such A Long Way
12 Baby Doll
13 Mairzy Doats
14 Teen-Age Clementine
15 The Story Of Love
16 Kansas City
17 Stranger In My Arms
18 Time Is Wastin'
19 Ghost Man
20 Just You
21 You Turned Me Over
22 Nowhere Chick
23 A Brand New Song
24 Story Teller

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDCHD 251 Carlo* & The Belmonts Carlo* & The Belmonts - Carlo And The Belmonts ‎(CD, Comp) Ace CDCHD 251 Europe 1998