There may have been a huge selection of groups through the 1950s which used the name the Chimes. Just the quintet from Brooklyn — Lenny Cocco (business lead), Pat DePrisco (1st tenor), Richard Mercado (second tenor), Joseph Croce (baritone), Pat McGuire (bass) — available the charts, nevertheless, or became a lot more than regional celebrities. Lenny Cocco, the boy of the Brooklyn accordion participant, structured the group within the middle-’50s, and their 1st record was a vocal set up from the older Tommy Dorsey strike “Occasionally,” that was issued within the Label label. The quintet obtained right from the container as that record reached amount 11, which resulted in a follow-up record, a documenting from the 1930s regular “I’m within the Disposition for Like.” By 1962, these were reducing songs beneath the name Lenny & the Chimes. They still left Label Information in 1963, jumping 1st to Metro and to Laurie, before liberating an individual, “2 TIMES,” on Vee Jay in 1964. The group split up in 1964 amid the onslaught from the English Invasion as well as the collapse of Vee Jay, however they possess re-formed, generally as Lenny & the Chimes, in a variety of configurations for oldies displays because the early ’70s.
|1||Members have included Lenny Cocco (died 5/8/2015), Pat DePrisco, Richard Mercado, Joseph Croce (died 1993), Pat McGuire (died 11/61), Frank Di Blasi, Angelo Perrone, Frank Pionegro, Sal Mazzola, Joseph Antaki, Dennis Gustaferi, Charles Acuri.|
|My Music: Love Songs of the '50s and '60s||2008||TV Movie||Themselves|
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