This Pittsburgh vocal group made an impressive heartache ballad in 1959, “Since I DON’T POSSESS You.” It continues to be among R&B’s best agonizing triumphs, and Chuck Jackson afterwards did an similarly gripping edition. Jimmy Beaumont was the business lead vocalist, with Janet Vogel, Wally Lester, Joe VerScharen, and Jackie Taylor. Beaumont, Taylor, and Lester have been within the Crescents, while Vogel and VerScharen had been alumni from the Un Rios. Their follow-up, “This I Swear,” was a creditable work that peaked at amount 20 for the R&B graphs, but few keep in mind it. Oddly, “Since I DON’T POSSESS You” just reached number 3 for the R&B aspect and amount 12 for the pop graphs. But it’s certainly one tune for whom the amounts really don’t arrive close to informing the storyplot. The Skyliners experienced two graph singles on Callico and had an added track reach the R&B Best 40 in 1965, “The Loser,” for Jubilee.