Thank you Charlie "memory master" T., for that interesting info.memory master said:And in the church basement was where the song was recorded for the master tape. One of the "Satins" was unable to attend the session so the sax was played by a church member Vinnie Mazzetta. Ironically, "In The Still Of The Nite" was to be released as the "B" side with "The Jones Girl" as the plug "A" side.
It's not considered Doo Wop, but about a week ago I went to a FREE Show at the Mohegan Sun's Wolf Den. It was called "The Motown Revue". One group singing numerous hits like; "My Girl", "Dancing in the street", "Ain't too Proud to Beg", "Stop in the Name of Love", etc. It was a full house with other people watching from outside the Den, along the gate.
Only proves that Doo Wop and Motown Music STILL "LIVES ON".