Reunion was a group of studio musicians whose members included lead singer Joey Levine. Levine is a veteran singer, songwriter, and record producer who penned many bubblegum and pop hits from the 1960s and, in addition to fronting Reunion, also provided lead vocals for such groups as The Third Rail, The Ohio Express, and Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus.
Reunion had one Top 10 hit in 1974 with "Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me)." Written by Paul DiFranco and Norman Dolph, this nostalgic novelty song consists mainly of a rapid-fire recital of song titles, lyrics, and names of bands, artists, DJs, musicians, and record labels from the 1950s-1970s. Reunion also charted in 1975 with "Disco-Tekin" and "They Don't Make 'Em Like That Anymore."
Disclosure: The following links will take you to various online merchants outside of allbutforgottenoldies.net that sell recordings and other merchandise for the performing artist featured on this page. Please note that these are referral or affiliate links from which allbutforgottenoldies.net may receive, at no additional cost to you, a commission if you should make any purchases through them.
- Reunion - CDs, vinyl, & more - Amazon.com
- Reunion - CDs, vinyl, & more - CDUniverse.com
- Reunion - Digital music - Amazon.com
- Reunion - Rare vinyl, CDs, & more - MusicStack.com
To listen to a song clip, click any song title that has a speaker icon. This will take you to a list of links to CD and/or MP3 product pages from one or more online merchants that have sound samples.
Previous Artist | Next Artist