• The Four Buddies (2)

    The Four Buddies (4) (New York)
    aka The Page Boys (3) ???

    Personnel :

    Phil Melillo

    Ralph DeCapua

    Ralph Rizzolo


    Discography :

    The Four Buddies (4)
    1960 – Hurt/ Moonglow & Theme From Picnic  (Coral 62217)
    1962 – The Light / Cin Cin (Che Bel) (Coral 62325)

    The Page Boys (3) ???
    1963 - If Tears Could Speak / Ole Buttermilk Sky (Decca 31505)

    Biography :

    Vocal & Instrumental group from New York, The Four Buddies played a lot of clubs around the area. Early 1960 , They have a recording contract with Coral Records, a Decca Records subsidiary. The Group cut "Hurt" b/w  "Moonglow & Theme From Picnic" .

    The Four Buddies (4)     The Four Buddies (2)

    In April 1960 with a varied repertoire and their single, They sign an engagement at the Ottawa House Hotel in Ontario, Canada. they occur for more than one year before returning to New York. In 1962, They cut a second single for Coral "The Light" b/w "Cin Cin (Che Bel)". A source certifies that the writers of "The Light"  (Phil Melillo and Ralph Rizzolo) are both members of the group.

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    aka The Page Boys ? (From  : Bob Crewe ‘Seasons Connections)
    Amongst the more unusual side projects that The Four Seasons members got involved with was the single by a group called ‘The Page Boys’. The Page Boys might have included member of the Four Seasons in the mix of vocals as the track ‘If Tears Could Speak’ (Decca 31505) was produced by Bob Gaudio and Frankie Valli. The group probably comprise the guys who are accredited as writers, Ralph Rizzolo, Ralph DeCapua and Phil Melillo and many believe Nick Massi and Tommy Devito may be joining in on vocals.

    Songs :
    (updated by Hans-Joachim) 

    The Four Buddies (4)

    ‪Hurt / Moonglow And Theme From Picnic‬              The Light / Cin Cin (Che Bel) 

    The Page Boys (3)

    If Tears Could Speak

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