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Lee's performances of "Yokomo" [sic] and "Reet Petite" at the final Sydney concert, as well as an interview with promoter, Michael Chugg, feature on the associated DVD, Long Way to the Top: Live in Concert released in 2002. " was originally released on Viking Records by Diane Lee in August 1964.
After the first pressings sold out, Viking released it under the name, Dinah Lee, it was also released in Australia on EMI's label HMV. in September and subsequently appeared on her debut album, Introducing Dinah Lee later in the year. " and "Reet Petite" had been recorded in the studio with backing by Max Merritt & his Meteors.
Lee continued to release singles in 1966, she toured with Proby in September–October and followed with a third studio album, The Mod World of Dinah Lee late that year.
In April 1967, she became the 'face' for Yardley Cosmetics' commercials on Australian TV.
She toured supporting Johnny O'Keefe, Ray Columbus & the Invaders and P. on stage and on record Dinah had all the adventure and exuberance for the time the boys had".
Her father was a saxophonist, who worked selling carpets in a Christchurch department store and, part-time, ran a teen dance club – The Country Club Cabaret.
In Australia, HMV released "Let Me In" to coincide with the tour.
They relocated to Auckland for a residency at Top 20 Club, Lee shared lead vocals with Garland, one of her covers was Huey "Piano" Smith's "Don't You Know Yockomo?
" popularised by American R&B artist Dee Dee Sharp.
Playboys returned to Christchurch, but by 1963, Lee returned to Auckland to pursue her solo career, she supported gigs by Max Merritt & His Meteors or Ray Columbus & the Invaders.
Playboys recruited Graeme's brother Dave on vocals and later became The Dave Miller Set in Sydney.