Par dion1 le 30 December 2019 à 19:05
Top : Tom Zenda - Middle : Joe Riccio and George Slivocka - Bottom : Raiph Feuker
The Notations (4) (Bayonne, N.J.)
(updated by Hans-Joachim)
Joe Riccio (Lead)
George "Tiny" Slivocka (Baritone)
Tom Zenda (Second Tenor)
Raiph "Butch" Feuker (First Tenor)
1965 - On The Other Side Of The World / I Just Want To Know (Clarity 106)
1966 - Gone Away / Louie Louie (Clarity 108)
1966 - Lucky Old Sun (demo)
1966 - You Make Me Feel So Good
The Notations were a vocal group out of Bayonne, N.J. composed by Joseph Riccio (Lead), Tommy Zenda (Second Tenor), George "Tiny" Slivocka, and Raiph "Butch" Feuker (First Tenor). The Group performs locally and opened for groups like The Drifters and Duprees. In 1964, they recorded some demos in N.Y.C. 45s pressed on 78 vinyl..
Front Row : Tom Zenda, Raiph Feuker, George Slivocka and Joe Riccio.
Finally, in 1965 in the midst of the Vietnam War, The Notations recorded "On The Other Side Of The World" b/w "I Just Want To Know" released by the Clarity Records label out of Union City, New Jersey. In 1966 Clarity released their latest single with "Gone Away" and "Louie Louie"
On The Other Side Of The World I Just Want To Know
Gone Away Lucky Old Sun (demo)
You Make Me Feel So Good
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