Although their biggest hit — a cover of Harold Arlen and E.Con. “Yip” Harburg’s “Within the Rainbow” — broke into pop’s Best 20 back 1960, the Demensions continuing to thrill NY and NJ audiences using their ultra-warm vocal harmonies for quite some time. Formed on the road edges of Brooklyn, NY, the Demensions had been probably one of the most noticeable vocal sets of the first ’60s. Furthermore to performing frequently at Palisades Recreation area in NJ, the quartet made an appearance around the nationally broadcast American Bandstand and the brand new York-aired Clay Cole Display. The group’s skills had been heralded by important disk jockey Cousin Brucie of NY radio train station WINS, who was simply the first ever to air flow “On the Rainbow” in 1960. Although they attemptedto do it again the single’s achievement with “My Foolish Center” in 1962, it hardly broke in to the Best 100 and became the Demensions’ last chart entry. Getting into the recording studio room for the very first time in almost 30 years, the Demensions documented an recording, Beyond the Rainbow, in 1992. Focused on the memory space of founding member “Uncle” Phil del Guidice, the recording included fresh renditions of “On the Rainbow” and “My Foolish Center,” featuring initial business lead vocalist Lenny Dell.