The Belmonts had a long legacy of great recordings featuring their tight harmony and pop sensibilities. This legendary LP from 1972 showcases their best performances in the post Dion era and includes versions of "Da Doo Ron Ron", "We Belong Together" and the incredible medley "Street Corner Symphony".
Musician - 4/91
"This astounding, unjustly obscure album of unaccompanied vocals...finds Dion's old compatriots singing circles around the moon. The album closes with a 14-song medley of doo-wop vocal hooks that will make your jaw hit the floor. This is no mere oldies album, it's an ambitious, personal, intensely emotional serving of heart-and-soul music, as performed by master practitioners of a vital form."
Originally issued by Buddha in 1972.
Includes new liner notes by Greil Marcus.
These are new recordings of New York City street-corner doo wop. ~ Hank Davis