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Album Review

Little Star: The Best of the Elegants sums up the white doo wop group's career in a dozen tracks, including their first and biggest single, the smash hit "Little Star." Not surprisingly, many of their other songs are also in the slow-dance vein of their hit, although songs like "Goodnight," "Still Waiting," and "Get Well Soon" failed to recapture "Little Star"'s magic. Both versions of "Little Boy Blue" and "Please Believe Me" recall Dion & the Belmonts, while "Gettin' Dizzy" and "Pay Day" have a more straightforward rock & roll sound. While their music suffered a little from a lack of focus, the Elegants were still a fine doo wop/rock group, and Little Star: The Best of the Elegants is a welcome collection of their best moments.

Customer Reviews

Great songs

I am only 17 and i love this music it is a million times better than the junk on the radio today little star is one of the best oldies ever i even have the origional record!

The Elegants!!

Outstanding!! One of the best. Oldies Live, through iTunes.

great memories

I grew up in South Beach Staten Island and remember a local guy Vito and group the Elegants.A great group and all ther song are should of made the top 10.


Formed: 1957 in Staten Island, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s

This New York doo wop group earned notoriety for their masterpiece "Little Star" in 1958, which topped both R&B and pop charts. They were a white ensemble led by Vito Picone with Arthur Venosa, Frank Tardogono, Carmen Romano, and James Mochella. All had been in other groups before uniting as the Elegants. They continued recording for Hull, United Artists, Limelight, Photo, IPG, and Laurie through the '50s, '60s, and into the '70s, but never had another hit, despite...
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