San Remo Golden Strings

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The San Remo Golden Strings were a studio group from Detroit, Michigan. A number of its members also played in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, while others were members of the Motown backing band, The Funk Brothers.[1] Their albums were released on Ric-Tic, Motown and Gordy. They scored two hits in the U.S. in 1965: "Hungry for Love" (U.S. Pop #27, U.S. AC #3) and "I'm Satisfied" (U.S. Pop #89).[2] In 1971, they had some success with "Festival Time", which reached #39 in the UK Singles Chart.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • Hungry for Love (Ric-Tic, 1965)
  • Hungry for Love (Motown, 1967)
  • Swing (Gordy Records, 1968)
  • Festival Time (Tamla Motown, 1967) TMG 795

References[edit]

  1. ^ Review of Hungry for Love, Allmusic
  2. ^ San Remo Golden Strings at Allmusic.com
  3. ^ ChartArchive - San Remo Golden Strings. Chartstats.com (2012-04-17). Retrieved on 2012-04-24.