Edward Cletus Fluri, 30 June 1943, Hazleton, Pennsylvania, USA. Rambeau became a footnote in pop music history owing to his lone chart single, Concrete And Clay, US number 35 in 1965, which was also a hit that year for the UKs Unit Four Plus Two. Rambeaus career stretched back to the early 60s. His first record, Skin Divin, the first of five for Swan Records, was released in 1961 and became a local hit, turning Rambeau into a teen idol in Pennsylvania. His first national success occurred in 1964, not as an artist but as a songwriter, who co-authored the US Top 10, Navy Blue by Diane Renay. His other compositions were recorded by such performers as Frank Sinatra Jnr. and Dee Dee Sharp. Concrete And Clay appeared on the DynoVoice label, owned by the records producer, Bob Crewe. Rambeau continued to record until the end of the 60s and then left recording behind to produce. In the late 70s he...