West Michigan Mid-Sixties Bands

Kingtones

Grand Rapids
Musitone

Last updated on May 17, 2004.
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Kingtone Records I Own:
Twins / Have Faith Kitoco 355-A and B
To Have A Little Girl / A Love I Had Kitoko Red Label, no number
Have Good Faith / Twins Derry Records No. 101
Wish For An Angel / Don't Come Around Musitone Records JM 102
It Doesn't Matter Anymore / How Can A Man Eukalyptus Records E-002A and B
Spics and Specs Eucalyptus Records NR5928-1 and 2
It Doesn't Matter Any More / Ten Guitars Atlantic Records (Germany) /Atl.70.422

Posted by: Andy at October 15, 2004 06:00 PM

I was just doing a web search on Musitone records and found your page.
A friend just purchased an album on this label of Doc Jorne' titled Orgarama. It's an album of hymns played in a most unusual style.
The amazing thing is he got it for 49 cents at a Goodwill store.
It's only in fair condition but we're going to try to process it through some software to see if it will clean up the noise and clicks.

Posted by: John McDowell at March 7, 2006 09:00 PM

Anybody out there know the release dates of:
The Kingtones-Wish for an Angel. Musitone JM102.How about The Kingtones - A Love I Had. Kitoco no catalog number on the label.

Posted by: Ed Jaglowski at March 28, 2007 07:17 AM

To Ed Jaglowski, The best person to ask would be Bruce Snoap of The Kingtones. He is listed in the Grand Rapids phone book or go to www.thekingtones.com and leave a message the e-mail address is listed under tour dates. Hope this helps. Jim Lewis

Posted by: Jim Lewis at April 2, 2007 04:56 PM

The song list provided by Andy at the top of this page is missing their most rockin' and last real hit; "The Girl I Love" on Drummond Records circa March 1965.

"Wish For An Angel" was on the WMAX top 40 chart in 1961. Can't remember the month.

Tom Olejniczak

Posted by: Tom Olejniczak at July 16, 2007 10:08 PM

I am Doc Jorne's son, and have more records of the orgarama that have never been played.You can reach me at 616 460-1308

Posted by: Jim Mustee at August 15, 2007 12:05 AM

Jim, my dad, Ralph DeVries, was a friend of Doc's. They are both gone now but it sure would be great if you could post your dad's bio on the web. He was a fabulous musician (he played at my wedding reception 35 years ago!) and my parents thought the world of him. Would love to hear from you.
Dorothy

Posted by: Dorothy Strefling at September 27, 2007 06:24 AM

Hey Ed Jaglowski,
Remember the Creston Auditorium ???

Posted by: L Cartwright at September 18, 2009 05:43 PM

And where the Hell is Phil Roberts ???

Posted by: L Cartwright at September 18, 2009 05:44 PM

I have coffee with Phil a couple of times a week

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