Bay Sound Records
|In 1964 Ron
together a new Rock and Roll band and named it The Beau Brummels.
This new band consisted of Ron Elliott, Sal Valentino, John Petersen,
Ron Meagher, and Declan Mulligan. In 1965, the Brummels’ first
album, Introducing The Beau Brummels
was released. They had a top ten single, “Just a Little” in that same
year. At the First Annual Pop Music Awards (later renamed the Grammy
Awards) The Beau Brummels won the award for “Best New Vocal
Group”. They were considered America's answer to the Beatles.
In 2010, producer Lou Dorren told Ron Elliott about an idea to make a new Beau Brummels CD. Elliot liked the idea and put together demos of some older as well as recently written songs, and the Continuum project was born. John Petersen passed away in 2008 but thanks to the availability of a drum track of his and Ron Elliott's great song writing, all of The Beau Brummels perform on this CD. There are 18 great songs including three re-recorded signature songs "Laugh Laugh", "just A Little", and "Don't Talk To Strangers". A 36-page color booklet full of then and now pictures and The Beau Brummels history is included.
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