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Published on Aug 5, 2008
The Mystics came from Brooklyn, NY, USA. The members were brothers Phil (lead) and Albee Cracolici (baritone), Bob Ferrante (first tenor), George Galfo (second tenor), and Allie Contrera (bass). The Mystics helped popularise the Italian-American doo-wop sound that came out of New York City in the early 60s, but like many such groups they did it with only one hit, 'Hushabye' (US pop Top 20, 1959). After Phil Cracolici left the group and beginning in 1960, the Mystics' lead singer changed several times. "Again" features Ralph Lizano on lead. It received no airplay and was not released until the Crystal Ball LP (Laurie Records, 1980).