The Star-Drifts (Brooklyn, NY)
Joe "J.B." Belucci
1963 - She's Gone / An Eye For An Eye (Goldisc G3)
1958 - She's Gone
1958 - All my Love
1958 - Way Over There
The Star-Drifts started singing in a hallway on 24th street between Mermaid Ave. and Surf Ave. in December of 1958. Billy Reo, Howie Tyll and Teddy Grable started to sing and listen for the harmonies bouncing off the walls of this huge...apt.Building.
Later on They were joined by others who sang with the group. They recorded their first professional recording in June 1963 for Goldisc records, A George Goldner Production. Panama Francis was on drums that night, along with some other very Talented studio guys. 27 takes on "She's Gone" and 28 takes on "An Eye For An Eye".
David Panama Francis
In 1964 Teddy Grable join Mike Lewis when he decided to reform The Concords. The new formation recorded for Epic Records in 1964 "Should I Cry" b/w "It's Our Wedding Day". Many of these Brooklyn groups were friends and were sometimes like interchangable parts.
By Teddy Grable
An Eye For An Eye / She's Gone
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