The members of the rock ‘n’ roll doo-wop group from Brooklyn, NY, USA, were lead Joe Favale, first tenor Tony Maltese, second tenor Larry Cusimano, baritone Joe Nigro and bass Dom Colura. However the Feelings, who produced in 1959, just scraped underneath of the graphs in 1962 with ‘Echo’ (amount 76 pop), like many east coastline, Italian-American doo-wop sets of the first 60s, they appreciated substantial regional achievement. ‘Echo’ marketed 250, 000 copies in NY by itself, indicating that it marketed very little somewhere else in the united states. Their second strike was an up-tempo edition of the outdated Nutmegs strike, ‘Tale Untold’, that was effective only in NY in 1963. After many trim years, where the group noticed almost all their singles fail, they split up in 1970. In 1982, Favale and Maltese produced a fresh group, with brand-new associates Joe Cavanna, Eddy Balen and John Truck Soest, and documented their first in support of album, Doo-Wop FOREVER Long, on Marty Pekar’s Ambient Audio label (for legal factors that they had to utilize the Blue Feelings name).