Nino Tempo & April Stevens (Antonino and Carol Vincinette LoTempio) are a brother and sister singing act from Niagara Falls, New York. Formed in the early 1960s when Nino Tempo and April Stevens signed as a duo with Atco Records, they had a string of Billboard hits and earned a Grammy Award as "best rock & roll record of the year" for the single "Deep Purple".
Vocals – April Stevens, Nino Tempo. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat. Nino Tempo & April Stevens. Deep Purple (CD, Album, RE, RM). ATCO Records.
A Nino Tempo - April Stevens Program Nino Tempo (Side One) & April Stevens (Side Two) RCA Camden CAS 824. Teach Me Tiger (1959) Imperial 12055. Deep Purple (1963) Atco 33-156 (Mono) and Atco SD 33-156 (Stereo). Deep Purple are an English rock band. Deep Purple may also refer to: Deep Purple (album), a 1969 album by Deep Purple. Deep Purple (Sun Ra album) (1973). Deep Purple" (song), a 1933 song written by Peter DeRose and recorded in 1963 by Nino Tempo & April Stevens. Deep Purple" was the biggest hit written by pianist Peter DeRose, who broadcast, 1923 to 1939, with May Singhi as "The Sweethearts of the Air" on the NBC radio network.
Artist: April Stevens. Album: Nino Tempo & April Stevens, 2007. Recorded October 8, 1962.
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Nino Tempo And April Stevens. Deep Purple Tracklist. 1. Deep Purple Lyrics. Deep Purple Q&A.
Both Nino Tempo and April Stevens possess incredible talent; and when they teamed up to sing some really great songs here on this two-fer CD they certainly didn't disappoint! They sang with a fine sense of timing, excellent diction and a wonderful ability to interpret standards to put their own stamp onto them and make them their own seemingly effortlessly. The CD has all of the tracks from two of their record albums entitled "Deep Purple" and "Nino and April Sing the Great Songs. We first get the tracks from the album "Deep Purple;" and the title cut starts the CD off with a fine interpretation of this classic ballad. They harmonize to perfection and the musical arrangement complements their singing to perfection-and beyond! "Paradise" has a distinctly sixties flavor to it that I always love to hear; and although "Baby Weemus" is something of a silly novelty song, it still holds its own.