Damita Jo

Damita Jo DuBlanc

Also known as Damita Jo Gibson

Discography of Damita Jo:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I'd Do It Again 2 Audio 1952 RCA Victor
2 I'll Be There / Nothing Can Help You Now 4 Audio Stardust Records
3 I Built My World Around A Dream / I Didn't Know I Was Crying 2 Audio 1962 Mercury
4 Forgive 2 Audio Mercury
5 I'll Be There 2 Audio 1961 Mercury
6 The Widow Up Above 2 Audio 1962 Mercury
7 I'll Be There 2 Audio 1961 Mercury
8 Hurt A Fool / I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In 2 Audio 1965 Vee Jay Records
9 I'll Save The Last Dance For You 2 Audio 1960 Mercury
10 Keep Your Hands Off Of Him 2 Audio 1961 Mercury
11 Dinner For One Please James 2 Audio Epic
12 Losing You 2 Audio 1968 Ranwood
13 Silver Dollar / Tomorrow Night 2 Audio 1965 Epic
14 Stop Foolin' / Baby, You've Got It Made 2 Audio 1963 Mercury
15 I`ll Save The Last Dance For You 4 Audio 1961 Mercury
16 I'll Save The Last Dance For You 6 Audio 1961 Mercury
17 If You Go Away 2 Audio 1966 Epic
18 Stop Foolin' 2 Audio 1963 Mercury
19 I'll Save The Last Dance For You 2 Audio Ranwood
20 Missing (One Heart) / (Oh Jenny) The Widow Walk 2 Audio RCA Victor
21 Wait / I Went To Your Wedding 2 Audio RCA Victor
22 I May Hate Myself In The Morning / Two Little Kisses 2 Audio RCA Victor
23 Damita Jo 4 Audio Mercury
24 I'll Save The Last Dance For You 2 Audio 1960 Mercury
25 No Guilty Feelings / Yellow Days 2 Audio 1965 Epic
26 Tossin' And Turnin' / That Special Way 2 Audio Epic
27 Sings 12 Audio 1965 Vee Jay Records
28 Grown Up Games / Lonely Letters 4 Audio 1968 Ranwood
29 This One's For Me 12 Audio 1963 Mercury


Born: August 5, 1930, Austin, Texas.

Died: December 25, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland.

Damita Jo DuBlanc was involved within the music business and the comedy circuit since the early '50's. Damita was also the featured vocalist with Steve Gibson and the Red Caps, the first time round between 1951 to 1953 and, secondly, between 1959 to 1960. Damita later became a part of the Redd Foxx television series.

She had two Top 20 R & B singles in 1960 and 1961, with "I'll Save The Last Dance For You" an answer record to the Drifters, "Save the Last Dance for Me." Her 1961 single "I'll Be There" reached number 12 on the pop charts and was a number 15 R & B hit.


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