BB Jan 16, 1965 - entered Hot 100, reached no. 8
BB Jan 30, 1965 - entered r&b chart, reached no. 6
RecordDragon 30th Jun 2014 The video posted below is a great unofficial version of the A-side. I enjoyed hearing it. Anyone know who created it? Was it anyone here?
Let's enjoy the A-side as it was released here
VIDEO espada 3rd Nov 2013 Such a perfect single from a group that never had another Top 40 hit.
Absolutely — and certainly one of the coolest (in the strictest Beat meaning of the word) labels ever. TheDA1 3rd Nov 2013 Sheet music cover added.
Such a perfect single from a group that never had another Top 40 hit. YankeeDisc 22nd Jul 2013 The Boy From New York City
.....such a cool sound, stretched out here from 2:50 to 5:01 unofficially, and dig the Wes Montgomery style guitar licks, the horn flourishes, and the beautifully defined drum rolls towards the fade......this ones going on the CD-r for the car..... allan0318 31st Mar 2013 Added label variations steve6218 15th Nov 2012 # 8 US Pop # 6 US RnB plunderphonica 19th Aug 2012 "The Boy From New York City" Arranged by Artie Butler
Composed by John T. Taylor [and George Davis, uncredited] Please login or join 45cat to add your comment about this record.