The Best in Vintage Rock Music
Former Golden Crest Records recording artists, the Precisions are one of the classic New York vocal groups when rock was young. Check
out the "Precision's Story" and listen to the group's rare original recordings on the fabled Golden Crest Records label. Listen to sound clips
from the Precisions today as you browse each page. Find out about the Precision's live appearances, and meet each of the Precisions.
For a quick look at this month's live appearances see below. Click on "THE BUZZ" for
news, information and commentary about the music and entertainment scene.
By the way, feel free to drop a note to the Precisions. Just click on the Precisions
Blue Mail Box button at the end of this page. The guys would love to hear from you!
Welcome Friends, Fans and Music Lovers!
|This Week in Music
It happened this week! Find
out what happened during this
week that made music history.
Its' all here year by year, story by
story. Just click on the record
player below and get the scoop.
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|Radio's Golden Age
Remember listening to your
favorite dee-jays from New York's
radio stations like WABC (The All
Americans), WMCA (The Good
Guys). How about Murray the "K"
on WINS? Well they are all here:
sound clips of actual on-air
recordings from the days when
radio was the king of media.
Listen to broadcasts from the
1960 and beyond featuring
popular dee jays like Joe O'Brien
(The Morning Mayor), Dandy Dan
Daniels, B. Mitchell Reed and
many more. Click on the "Good
Guy" below and enjoy the golden
age of radio -
|This Month in The Buzz -
A Beatles Anniversary - It was 50 years ago today,
Sgt Pepper taught the band to play . . .
The Precisions extend very best wishes to their friends and fans for a rockin' holiday
The Precisions in a recent appearance at the Elmont (NY) Performing Arts Center. Shown from the left Joe
Cordani, Al Frazia, Bob Falco and Frankie Carr. Not shown is drummer, Rob Falco. Photo by Dave