The Best in Live Vintage Rock Music

Former Golden Crest Records recording artists, the Precisions were one of the classic New York vocal groups when rock was
g.  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

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.
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The Golden Age of Radio

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
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This Month in THE BUZZ . . .

* The Debonair Sound of Ben E. King

Music That's Good For Your Health?

A Little Dose of Nostalgia - It's Just What the Doctor Ordered

Fans often remark about the pleasant memories and nostalgia the Precisions evoke with their special brand of vintage rock music.  
But, did you know that nostalgia, like listening to music from your past, is good you?

Nostalgia can ward off loneliness and anxiety.  Though often triggered by isolation and life changes, it offers relief by bringing to mind
"cherished experiences that assure us we are valued people who have meaningful lives," says psychologist Clay Routledge of North
Dakota State University.  Such reminiscences are remarkably similar across cultures, centering on being with friends  at weddings,
holidays or other special moments.  The ability to call up a fond memory to maintain physiological comfort may even be an
evolutionary adaption.

The Precisions above from the left front:  Al Frazia, Bob Falco, and Frankie Carr.  In the rear from the left: Joe Cordani, and Robbie

Picture: Shirley M
The Precisions
 It Happened This Week!
This Week in Pop Music History

Click on the turntable (remember this device?)
below to find out what
. Your favorite songs, your
favorite artists .

Find out how it all began .  .  .  .

Big News For Presley Fans

The musician Jack White portrayed Elvis Presley in "Walk Hard: The
Dewey Cox Story" in 2007.  Now he's bringing Elvis back to life in another
way: by releasing Elvis's first-ever recording on Third Man Records, Mr.
White's label, after paying $300,000 for the acetate disc.

Billboard reported that Mr. White was the anonymous bidder who bought the
1953 recording at a Graceland auction this January.  The record features
two covers of ballads, "My Happiness" and "That's Where Your Heartaches
Begin," and was recorded by an 18 year-old Presley in Memphis three
years before his breakout single, "Heartbreak Hotel."

Third Man Records released the recording on April 18, Record Store Day,
as a 10 inch, 78-r.p.m. facsimile.