Par dion1 le 8 January 2009 à 10:12
Jim Fallucca, Johnny Zappula, Carl Buntz, Steven Matera and Anthony Moscato
The Expressions (4) (Staten Island, New York)
1961 - My Love, My Love / The Sign Of Happiness (Arliss 1012)
Jim Fallucca started singing at the age of 12. His cousin, Vito Picone of the Elegants, put Staten Island on the map with the #1 song in the country "Little Star". He loved going to watch the Elegants pratice and soon started his own group with Johnny Zappula, Carl Buntz, Steven Matera and Anthony Moscato.
Frank Picone, Johnny Zappulla and Jimmy Fallucca
In 1961 the Expressions recorded two songs written by Jim Fallucca "My Love, My Love" b/w "The Sign Of Happiness". The record was issued on Arliss Records owned by veteran songwriter, publisher and artists manager Robert Lissauer. The Arliss Records label didn’t have many releases, but in among those by the Expressions, the Preludes, Pancho Villa, and Karl Hammel Jr. The group disbanded after a few years.
My Love, My Love / The Sign Of Happiness
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