I was in a band in high school called the Cobras. We changed the name pretty quickly to Midnite Mass. It was during that time that I let another drummer take over and concentrated on singing. We folded pretty soon and I loaned out my P.
I went to pick it up and they were rehearsing for a show at a Catholic school. They sounded pretty awful — they were all just starting to play and sing. I showed them how to sing one of their songs and they asked me to join so I did.
We did — it worked — the kids thought we were great. Got hooked up with some guy nearby we were in Bainbridge, MD. We went to a big studio in Baltimore and recorded 2 songs. The producer was supposed to promote the record, but instead he sent us copies and moved to Ohio.
I think I gave up too early, but I spent a year in Morocco before I got out. I took up guitar over there and formed a band called the Jagged Edge. Jagged Edge was my first attempt at playing guitar. The rest of the guys were jazz musicians so we did mostly rock and a little jazz.
It was fun — we were the only American band in Morocco at that time. I also played acoustic in bars for drinks and tips. Back in North Carolina I played with several bands — wrote a few more songs. We played as a 3 piece for over a year. Now we have another guitarist and a new drummer. I also volunteer at a local hospital where I sing and play acoustic to cancer patients and others who are in bad shape.
He continued to produce singles while stationed in the Army in Aberdeen, only 11 miles from Bainbridge. Kuhns, D. Bush and G. Taylor, D. Stock copies on the blue Planet label are rarer than the white label promo copies like the one I own.
In other respects the lyrics and arrangement are different from the Zombies song. This 45 was issued with bumper sticker see belowand also as a Pepsi flexi-disc. None of the Malibus were from CT. All of them were from Rhode Island, most if not all, from Cranston. Three of them were fraternity brothers of mine at URI. They changed their name to Bastille with these same four members and played together under that name for a while. Later Peter Place went on active duty with the Navy and my brother Lou joined the band.
There was one more version of the band after I left in or I stay in touch with the guys that I played with and I have worked in some duos with my brother, Rick, or Jack. My brother Lou from Bastille plays bass and sings on it.
Original member Joseph Broccoli wrote to me in February, The original incarnation of Broccoli, Henehan, Place and Bolger formed the band in 7th grade and continued playing throughout high school and then college.
We were also managed by Ralph Stuart from the Biltmore downtown and we played for quite a few debutante balls and exclusive weddings and parties in the New England area alongside his formal big band. I left the band in August of to begin a graduate degree at the Univ.
Ray Renzi and Jack Henehan wrote both songs. Tommy Smalls produced the single independently. Mastered in lateMGM purchased it for release in April, There were many other groups by the name Majestics. A third release on Rampart in reused the original Linda stampers. Supposedly, this was another band entirely, black, not Hispanic. Background on unrelated Majestics groups from Soulsource and Doo-Wop. Thanks to Mike Markesich for the scan and transfers. In Capitol recorded the band at the club for an LP of standard songs of the day.
Despite having a gatefold cover to fill with photos and notes, Live at the A. David Axelrod produced the album. After the A. Following the LP they cut four singles for four different labels. The Regents version is probably the most well-known, at least here in the U.
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