Lillian Leach and her group, the Mellows, never scored any large doo wop hits, despite solid efforts, but remain revered among fans from the vocal group genre. The foursome — furthermore to Leach, a fantastic female lead vocalist, their lineup included Harold Johnson, Johnny Wilson, and Norman Dark brown — began documenting in 1954 for Jay Dee, a little New York-based label possessed by Joe Davis. Davis was a favorite body in the R&B globe; furthermore to working his own brands (Beacon was another of his top-notch indie brands), he went his own administration company and also proved helpful for MGM Information for a while. The Mellows documented several music for Jay Dee, including “How Sentimental MAY I End up being” in August 1954, “Smoke cigarettes FROM YOUR OWN Cigarette” in January 1955, and “I Still Treatment,” released in Apr 1955 and most likely the high stage of their profession. They later transferred to Brooklyn’s Celeste Information, covering classics like “Lucky Man,” “My Darling,” “Special Lorraine” — along with a melody known as “I’m Gonna Get Your Tooth With an Icepick” — after that moved to Candlelight for just one last one before disbanding a couple of years later.