|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Almost Lost My Mind / Imagination||2||Audio||1986||Collectables|
|2||Ala-Men-Sy / Imagination||4||Audio||Popular Request Records|
|4||Imagination||2||Audio||1961||His Master's Voice|
|6||See You In September||2||Audio||Verve Records|
Doowop group from Brooklyn formed in 1958 consisting of Larry Kassman (lead), Richie Schwartz (1st tenor), Lew Arno (2nd tenor) and Murray Hirshkowitz (baritone). Managed by songwriter [a=Helen Miller], the quartet took their name from one of their demo songs, "Quotations Of Love." The group is best known for its up-tempo rendition of the standard, "Imagination," which was released in late 1961 and peaked nationally at #70. Lew Arno left the group around 1962 and was replaced by Sandy Sonner. The group eventually disbanded sometime around 1964.