1-CD with 32-page booklet, 31 tracks. Playing time approx. 78 mns.
Fabor Robison had achieved regional success with hillbilly records by acts including Jim Reeves, the Browns and Johnny Horton. So who could have predicted his signing of three singing siblings from Havana, who had idolized the Andrews Sisters? But when Fabor Robison spotted Peggy, Cherie and Babette de Castro performing at the fashionable Moulin Rouge night club in Hollywood, he signed them almost immediately.
Teaming them with arranger Skip Martin
- an alumnus of Les Brown’s band
who had become a successful music director for major film studios. Fabor Robison
hit with the de Castro Sisters
’ first single: Teach Me Tonight
. This collection by the group includes everything that Abbott recorded by the trio, plus all of their RCA sides - released and previously unreleased - save for a Christmas single. The extensive liner notes include new interviews with Peggy
and Cherie de Castro
, detailing their remarkable journey from a Cuban sugar plantation to the stages of Hollywood, New York and Las Vegas.