Both commercially and creatively, did not live up to its enormous potential. The vocal group had a very attractive sound, and with the right material, it could have been huge. But unfortunately, often settled for decent when it should have been excelling. Nonetheless, the quartet did have its moments. In 2002 - long after 's breakup - reissued its first two albums (1975's and 1976's ) back to back on this 73-minute CD.
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Collected all the LP's and 45's originally released during those golden years…remember when Maestro Percy Faith was cranking out beautiful arrangements in the early to mid '50s for singers of the Columbia Record stables (Tony Bennett, Rosie Clooney, Doris Day, Johnny Mathis and Guy Mitchell) to name just a few…but his true and real ambition was arranging tunes of the yesterday and composing songs of his own…now enters the album of "I THINK I LOVE YOU", plus bonus tracks featuring countless melodies of the singles from the '60s and '70s…all arranged in perfect order by Mr. Faith…all under the watchful eye of Mitch Miller (head of artist and repertoire department) of Columbia Records.
This is a great collection of rare and hard to find tunes compiled by Jeffrey Glenn. Hundreds of odds & ends by little known groups, famous singers, and famous singers before they became famous.