$26.00 USD

Limited 180 gm vinyl LP reissue of the Chicago vocal group's 1966 album. Includes the R&B hit 'Stay in My Corner' alongside Jazz and Pop standards. Formed in the Chicago suburb of Harvey in 1952, The Dells were one of the best-loved and longest-lived of all the Rock'N'Roll era vocal groups and, unlike many of their peers, they managed to retain very nearly the same members throughout a six decades-spanning career.

Adapting their early sound from street corner harmonies and R&B to more sophisticated supper club Soul and Jazz, The Dells appeal rested on their ability to weather changing musical tastes. Their 1966 Vee-Jay album It's Not Unusual reveals just how broad their repertoire was released on the cusp of the label's demise, The Dells had only recently registered an R&B Top 30 hit with 'Stay in My Corner' and were touring as Ray Charles' short-lived support act


  • It's Not Unusual
  • I've Got A Woman
  • Stay In My Corner
  • Witchcraft
  • Li'l Darlin'
  • My Baby Just Cares For Me
  • Ev'ry Day I Have The Blues
  • Let's Do It Over
  • What Do We Prove
  • Jeepers Creepers
  • Alexander's Ragtime Band