The Reflections were a Detroit-based doo-wop/blue-eyed soul quintet formed in 1962 and led by Tony "Spaghetti" Micale. The group's other original members consisted of Danny Bennie, Phil Castrodale, Johnny Dean, and Ray Steinberg. Ray Steinberg left the group in 1965, and The Reflections continued on for awhile as a foursome. Micale was replaced by Frank Amodeo in 1966, and the group has continued performing over the years touring various oldies venues, with some personnel changes along the way.
The Reflections debuted on the Pop/Rock charts in 1964 with "(Just Like) Romeo & Juliet," a Top 10 hit which became the group's signature song. Other hits included "Like Columbus Did" (1964), "Shabby Little Hut" (1965), and "Poor Man's Son" (1965).
At the height of their popularity, The Reflections made a number of TV appearances, including one on "American Bandstand" (May 30, 1964). They were featured in the 1965 movie, "Winter-A-Go-Go," in which they performed "I'm Sweet On You."
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- (Just Like) Romeo & Juliet 1964
(This song later also became a hit for Michael and the Messengers (1967), Fallen Angels (1975), and Sha Na Na (1975).)
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