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Album Review

A fine anthology from Relic containing the best singles from The Mello-Kings, a doo-wop group that recorded mostly for the Herald label. They did some nice slow tunes, as well as a few good jump and novelty/dance works. They weren't hitmakers, but this album offers as comprehensive an amount of their material as anyone would ever need or want.


Formed: 1956 in Mount Vernon, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The Mello-Kings were one-hit wonders in the doo wop world, fondly remembered for the their lone national hit, "Tonite, Tonite." They were an all-white vocal group from Mt. Vernon, a working class suburb of New York City, located in Westchester County just to the north of the Bronx. Led by Robert Scholl, aka Bob Scholl (b. Jul 14, 1938 in Mt. Vernon, NY), the other members included Robert's brother Jerry Scholl, Ed Quinn, Neil Arena, and Larry Esposito, all students from George Washington High. By...
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