Jack E. Leonard with Will Stomp and his Cannoneers
I'll See You In My Dreams
Dub Beene with the Schemers
The Ape Quartet
Rudy Wesley & The Palace Aides
The Lean Hornet
The Teen Tops
Freddie Gomez y sus Dinamicos
Sweet Pea Walker
Baby Boy Warren
He ain't even an "Also ran"
That may be the best line ever!
turkey neck stretch!
Kogar...you big ape!
I'm a big fat balding guy wit a stubby cigar in his mout an his pants half zipped....an i was wondering why they never write songs about us?
hung over, shopping for 45's on ebay listening to rex...good times...
Dey got any 38's on dis ebay?
Got any beach music?
Zip and the Zippers really sounded great!
I can't seem to get the lean hornet song to play how do i do that
Richard Watson Jr.:
You played "Be On The Lookout For The Woman" by Dick Watson and the Crescents February 13th 2010. I am his son Richard Jr. the band is from Haworth New Jersey, it was recorded February 1963. Their manager was Jane D. White and my grandfather paid for all the expenses to make the record. It was recorded in the Roulette record building in the Alllegro Sound studio in the basement and was pressed under the GONE label. Paul Vanderbeck was the lead guitar player in the group, he is a music producer today living in Pennsylvania. George Perrotta was his bass player and next door neighbor. Sal Rizzo was the drummer. Alan Hecht (died 1995) was the Sax player who became one of the most sought after sax players in New York by the 1980's.
Richard Watson Jr.:
A total of 100 copies of "be on the lookout for the woman" by Dick Watson and the Crescents were pressed. I can account for the whereabouts of 35 of them. The Crescents were on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour Sunday April 29th 1962. A 90 second spot where they performed an instrumental song called "Rockin Lamb". I have had that entire show restored and put on DVD. The original film was in excellent shape thus making an excellent transfer to DVD.