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Get Into It” and “Sock ‘n Soul” was recorded during the 1960s at Virtue Recording Studio in Philadelphia. The A-Side “”Get Into It” was used as an opening theme during a morning radio show at drive-time in upstate New York. 

"I'm Gonna Love You Baby" - "Boogie With Momma Soul" - The launching of label MOLLY RECORDS in the early in the early ‘70s was a major undertaking for a newly formed company Monte/Luciano productions.  My colleague Tommy Monte a former drummer turned bass player was band-leader of The Three Of Us. 

"Ting-a-Ling Doubleplay" and "Ting-a-Ling Doubleplay Side B" - This novelty tune for MOLLY Records was written and composed during 1975 and received adequate airplay from local radio stations in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Phillies short-stop Larry Bowa & second-baseman Dave Cash were most gracious and accommodating to a couple of young producers.  

"The Sun Came Out Today" - "Depend On Me" - The launching of label MOLLY RECORDS in the early in the early ‘70s was a major undertaking for a newly formed company Monte/Luciano productions. My colleague Tommy Monte a former drummer turned bass player was band-leader of The Three Of Us. In 1976 my musician friend Ron Olson guitarist with the local group Velvet Touch joined our label and added his talents as musician & composer for both sides. The record session included drummer Jimmy Valerio and his brother John Valerio who conducted and provided the string arrangements for The Don Renaldo Strings.  My friend Don Renaldo (Violinist) was the leader of the string section can also be heard on most of the productions that were recorded at Sigma Sound Studios in Philadelphia during the 1970’s Disco period.  

 

Love Is All Around Us” - The title song was written to signify a positive attitude for the American way of life. The producers wish to thank all the musicians and collaborators, especially our friend Bobby Rydell for all their cooperation.

"I'm On The Outside Looking In" - "The Philly Boys"  were 5 young men all from the section called South Philly. Each person had experience singing with various top names of Doo Wop singing group that toured the United States.   
 
Your Eyes” - Keeping-up with the disco craze in the 1970s, this recording and appearances on various local radio and television shows gave us a window of opportunity to record other artists.     
 
A Country Walk Back Home” - Produced and composed at IEA Recording Studios in the mid-70s we were able to secure the talents of friends that have recorded for major labels.Even though the saxophone is featured, the rhythm section is tightly led by my friend Johnny Saint who devised a swingin’ two-beat feel that many people enjoyed dancing too.  
 
 
I’ll Be Right Back” - During this time in the early 1980s we were in the process of forming a Sho-Band Revue that would feature many swingin’ novelty tunes.  
 
Village Blues” - Our original instrumental material had been used as a video sound track.
 
You Got A Minute” – During this time in the early 1980s we were in the process of forming a  Sho-Band Revue that would feature many swingin’ novelty tunes.
 

Our Day Will Come” This never released recording by Danny Luciano & Friends was a “Live” performance at The Memphis Nightclub, Louisville, KY -  (1965)

Satin Doll” This never released recording by Danny Luciano & Friends was a “Live” performance at Golden Triangle Hotel, Norfolk, VA-  (1965)

Medley -“Talk Of The Town” & “Blues Theme”- This never released recording by Danny Luciano & Friends was a “Live” performance at Golden Triangle Hotel, Norfolk, VA-  (1966).  A reflection of enjoyable times spent with friends Richie Campolongo, guitar – Tony Bruni, bass – Bobby Bruni, drums. We all worked & traveled together as part of a group called “The Lyrics” that were the featured musicians with the Las Vegas Lounge Act -- “Al Antonio & Audrey featuring The Lyrics.” This group played the major entertainment nightclubs and hotel venues on the east coast and Canada, sometimes opening for Helen O’Connell, Billy Eckstine, and Pearl Bailey.

Blues Theme” Danny Luciano & Friends – Pete Marsico, Drums – George Mesterhazy, Keyboard

Satin Doll” ” Danny Luciano & Friends – Pete Marsico, Drums – George Mesterhazy, Keyboard

I Can’t Get Started With You” Danny Luciano & Friends – Pete Marsico, Drums – George Mesterhazy, Keyboard.  All three performances – 1972  have been recorded LIVE during a TV production at Channel 2 in Atlantic City, NJ – Not released – This musical trio appeared in many Nightclubs & Musical Lounges throughout the Atlantic City and surrounding areas of New Jersey.