The Islanders (American band)
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|Past members||Frank Metis|
Ralph F. Curtiss
None of their subsequent singles for Mayflower were successful. An LP The Enchanted Sound of The Islanders was released by Mayflower Records in 1960. An independent, limited edition CD was produced in 2016 with the 12 songs from the original LP in stereo, plus a bonus track, "Forbidden Island" in mono on the Scion imprint.
Randy Starr, whose original name was Warren Nadel, was a guitar-playing, songwriting dentist from the Bronx. He also performed as a solo singer for a number of record labels, as well as penning songs for other artists, including "Kissin' Cousins" with Fred Wise, for Elvis Presley.
The Enchanted Sound of The Islanders
- "The Enchanted Sea"
- "Blue Tango"
- "City under the Sea"
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