This short-term group from Long Seaside, Long Island recording career lasted 3 years, and five singles; they split up a year once they began documenting in 1958, but Warwick Information issued canned materials until 1961. The initial associates — Roy Hammond, Costs Increases, Alexander Faison, and Fred Jones — produced in 1956. They didn’t record until Brooklynite Claude Johnson emerged aboard. Johnson, the only real member not in the Long Beach region, called them the Genies; he previously sung using a Brooklyn group that included Eugene Pitt, who hardly ever sang using the Genies. Bob Shad, who owns Shad Records, noticed them singing on the beach and asked these to audition for his label. The effect was “Who’s That Knockin’,” documented in June 1958; but Shad didn’t discharge it until March 1959, almost a year afterwards. It do well R&B but wallowed on the low rungs from the pop graph at amount 71. Then unexpectedly, second tenor Costs Increases went off to Canada with a female and was not seen nor noticed from since. This happened as the Genies had been playing their initial big engagement at New York’s Apollo Theatre; three days in to the gig, and poof — Benefits vanished. The Genies solved their debut with “FORGET ABOUT Knockin'” on Hollywood Information, then your Warwick label released three singles following the group became background: “There Moves That Teach” b/w “Crazy Like,” “Similar to the Bluebird” b/w “Twistin’ Pneumonia,” and the very best “Crazy Sense,” in 1961. By the finish of 1959, the Genies had been a memory space. Hammond lower a string of single information as Roy C, his biggest was “Shotgun Wedding ceremony,” lots 14 R&B strike. Claude connected with Roland Trone and liked a monster quantity seven pop strike with “What’s Your Name” as Don & Juan. Johnson also became a songwriter of take note, composing the Genies’ debut, the Don & Juan strike, and 57 additional titles authorized with B.M.We.