A difficult-to-categorize male-female duo from L.A., Dick & Dee Dee acquired pretty fair achievement with materials that drew from doo wop, teenager idol fare, pop, and also soul/R&B within the initial fifty percent of the 1960s. The pair’s biggest and greatest strike was their initial, the moody, minor-key mid-tempo ballad “The Mountain’s Great,” which reached number 2 in 1961. A lot of their materials (including “The Mountain’s Great”) was compiled by Dick (name Dick St. John), as well as the high, screechy (in a confident feeling) vocals of Dee Dee specifically led some listeners to improperly assume these were dark. They reached the very best 30 with some more pop-oriented follow-ups — “Youthful and in Like,” “CHANGE,” and “Inform Me” — within the next year or two, but got their second biggest smash making use of their toughest amount, the blue-eyed soul-ish “Thou Shalt Not really Grab,” in 1964. A favorite touring act within their time (appearing using the Seaside Guys and Rolling Rocks amongst others), they faded from watch after the middle-’60s.