New York City

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Best Of New York City
New - LP - CHL 514
Sealed 1973 Original Pressing. Small Saw Cut. Songs Are: "I'm Doing Fine Now," "Hang On Sloopy," "Make Me Twice The Man," "By The Time I Get To Phoenix," "Got To Get You Back In My Life," "Quick, Fast, In A Hurry," "Happiness Is," "Do You Remember Yesterday," "Love Is What You Make It," "Darling Take Me Back" And "Reach Out." Rare. more
I'm Doin' Fine Now
New - LP - BCL1-0198
Sealed 1973 Original, Small Saw Notch. "New York City Scored The First Time Out With "I'm Doing Fine Now," So On The Surface The Group May Have Seemed Like Just A Bunch Of Guys Who Got Together, Had A Hit, And Disbanded. Members John Brown And Claude Johnson Had Illustrious Histories In Music. Brown Sang With The Five Satins, The Cadillacs, And Filled In With The Moonglows When Founder And Member Harvey Fuqua Called. Johnson Sang With The Genies And Was Don Of Don & Juan. Tim Mcqueen (Lead Singer) And Eddie Schell, Like Brown And Johnson, Had Sung In Countless Groups Around New York City. Before New York City, The Four Had Recorded And Gigged Under The Name Tri-Boro Exchange — A City Bridge That Links Three Boroughs (It Was Suggested By Producer Wes Farrell). One Single Was Released On Buddah Records. Farrell Convinced Philly Legend Thom Bell To Produce Some Tracks For The Group, Including "I'm Doing Fine Now," Written By Sherman Marshall And Bell — It Went To Number 17 Pop In 1973." - Andrew Hamilton, AMG more
I'm Doin' Fine Now
New - LP - BCL 1 0198
Sealed 1973 Original. No Promo Or Deletion Markings. "New York City Scored The First Time Out With "I'm Doing Fine Now," So On The Surface The Group May Have Seemed Like Just A Bunch Of Guys Who Got Together, Had A Hit, And Disbanded. Members John Brown And Claude Johnson Had Illustrious Histories In Music. Brown Sang With The Five Satins, The Cadillacs, And Filled In With The Moonglows When Founder And Member Harvey Fuqua Called. Johnson Sang With The Genies And Was Don Of Don & Juan. Tim Mcqueen (Lead Singer) And Eddie Schell, Like Brown And Johnson, Had Sung In Countless Groups Around New York City. Before New York City, The Four Had Recorded And Gigged Under The Name Tri-Boro Exchange — A City Bridge That Links Three Boroughs (It Was Suggested By Producer Wes Farrell). One Single Was Released On Buddah Records. Farrell Convinced Philly Legend Thom Bell To Produce Some Tracks For The Group, Including "I'm Doing Fine Now," Written By Sherman Marshall And Bell — It Went To Number 17 Pop In 1973." - Andrew Hamilton, AMG more
Im Doin Fine Now
Used - LP - BCL1 0198
1973 Original. Promo Sticker On Cover. more
Soulful Road
Used - LP - CHL-500-DJ
Beautiful 1973 White Label Promo. Unplayed Condition. more

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