Harrison,New Jersey,1958.Richard Kelly started a group with Paul Omeletski(Bass),Mario Venancio(Baritone) and Gus Ottobre(first Tenor) they are know as The Ideals who had one release on the Cool Label_Do I Have The Right/You Won't Like It.
To Listen or Download_Do I Have The Right.
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The next year Paul Sansone replaced Omeletski and the group name was changed to The Ovations and signed for Epic Records but without recording in Epic the group moved to Andie Records and Recorded in March of 1960_Whole Wide World/My Lullabye.
In September of 1961 Epic release two Ovation's songs they recorded as demos in the days of Epic contract_Oh What A Day/Real True Love.After Andie and Epic recordings the owner of Old Town Records Hy Weiss purchase some demos songs of the group and made in the subsidiary label Barry Records another release with an alternative version of_My Lullaby and the_Oh What A Day song under the tittle of_The Day Well Fell In Love.
Finally the group moved to Capitol and recorded_I Don't Wanna Cry/Loneliness Never Entered My Mind. without success why this record was released in the same days of a new Capitol group The Beatles.
Listen or Download The Ovations_Loneliness Never Entered My Mind.