In August 1953, Lillian Claiborne sold two masters to the Gem label: "Can't You See I Love You"/"My Heart Is Yours"; they were released as the "Rainbows." These are, most probably, Serenaders masters (The Serenaders ). If so, why were they called the Rainbows? I'm not sure. It could be because she learned that Hardy and Womble were now in a group called the Rainbows. She might have renamed the group before sending the masters to Gem (which, in turn, might have influenced Hardy and Womble to use the name for their new group). It might have been pure coincidence. It might have even been because they really were recorded by some other group called the Rainbows.
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Rights Society: BMI
The Rainbows , Parakeets - Can't You See I Love You So / My Love Is True related music albums