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The Excellents

The Excellents

The Excellents


Formed originally as the Premiers in 1960 in New York, USA, the Excellents consisted of John Kuse (lead), Joel Feldman (baritone), Denis Kestenbaum (falsetto), George Kuse (first tenor), Phil Sanchez (second tenor) and Chuck Epstein (bass). They signed to Mermaid Records, where their revision of Al Jolson’s ‘When The Red, Red Robin, Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin’ Along’ was coupled with another cover, the Jesters’ ‘Love No One But You’, as their debut single. Read more on Last.fm
Formed originally as the Premiers in 1960 in New York, USA, the Excellents consisted of John Kuse (lead), Joel Feldman (baritone), Denis Kestenbaum (falsetto), George Kuse (first tenor), Phil Sanchez (second tenor) and Chuck Epstein (bass). They signed to Mermaid Records, where their revision of Al Jolson’s ‘When The Red, Red Robin, Comes Bob-Bob-Bobbin’ Along’ was coupled with another cover, the Jesters’ ‘Love No One But You’, as their debut single. Encouraged by local airplay, they followed this with a second disc, their version of the Cleftones’ ‘You Baby You’ on the a-side and ‘Coney Island Baby’ on the b-side. It was ‘Coney Island Baby’ (not the barbershop quartet standard) which attracted the attention, reaching number 51.

With prominent local concerts and a rising reputation, the Excellents looked set for a promising career until record business skulduggery intervened. Booked for an appearance on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand television programme, their record company refused to pay their travelling fees. When they learned that the group simply could not afford to travel to Philadelphia, the label instead sent an entirely different group under the same name. Justifiably devastated at this turn of events, the Excellents never recorded again, although a single, ‘Helene’, from their original sessions at Sinclair Records, was released in 1964 credited to the Excellons.

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