The Broadways’ “Going, Going, Eliminated” on MGM Information, can be an exquisite, lamenting ballad from the summertime of 1966. It had been their initial MGM one, and a dandy it had been, however the label didn’t promote it very much and it hardly ever became popular. The lineup of the group was Ronnie Coleman, Leon Trent, Moe, and Billy Dark brown. A second one, “Special and Heavenly Melody,” released afterwards that calendar year didn’t register and MGM didn’t renew the association. As the Uniques, they documented for Selsom Information in 1960 but disbanded when Dark brown was drafted in 1963. He reunited using the Uniques upon release, who became the Broadways on MGM. Following the Broadways, Dark brown proved helpful for Ford Motors, and appreciated his light set up work, but that was before he was asked to become listed on the Occasions. Joe Robinson, who owns All Platinum/Stang Information, fired Tag Green and another Minute as “Not really externally” climbed the graphs, and needed substitutes; the initial Moments only performed one gig. With Dark brown, Al Goodman, and John Morgan, afterwards changed by Johnny Moore after that Harry Ray, the Occasions appreciated a string of R&B strikes topped by “Appreciate on the Two Way Road.” They still left All Platinum for Polydor Information so that as Ray, Goodman, & Dark brown have scored with “Particular Female.” RG&B had been metropolitan radio and concerts staples well in to the ’90s, and continuing to tour in to the next millennium.