The Casinos were an anomaly if they reached the very best Ten in early 1967 with “YOU’LL BE ABLE TO Tell Me Farewell,” a slow-dance smoocher using a swelling organ which was a throwback towards the sound of the first ’60s. So had been the group themselves, both within their doo wop-flavored close-harmony audio and their well-groomed, conventional appearance. The music wasn’t poor, though, with an enchanting white spirit groove that could fit well using the Southeastern seaside music scene, even though Casinos were in fact from Cincinnati. They documented a couple of various other singles for Fraternity within the ’60s, some in an identical group harmony mildew, others in a far more up to date, upbeat soul-pop vein, but under no circumstances approached the achievement of “YOU’LL BE ABLE TO Inform Me Goodbye” once again.
Awards Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, Nastro d'Argento for Best Production Design
Music Songs Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, Do You Recall, She's Out Of Sight, Those Are The Things We Share, Please Love Me, I Still Love You, It's All Over Now, Baby Don't Do It, Why Am I a Fool, Just A-Walkin´, Then You Could Tell Me Goodbye, Fresh to Death Pigs, If I Told You, Talk to Me, Wisdom Of A Fool, Gee Whiz, Maybe, That's the Way, To Be Loved, Rag Doll, Magic Circle, What Kind of Fool Am I, My Love for You, El Camaron, Certain Girl, A Palmarito, Hold on I'm Coming, Gina, Te Olvidaste, Please Let Her, Tumba Arubana, Nereyda
Albums Casinos, Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
Nominations Academy Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Director - Motion Picture, MTV Movie Award for Best Villain, MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance