Charted at #18 on Billboard Hot 100 in May 1958, and #10 on Billboard R&B chart. The only Billboard charting single for this group. The lead singer's voice reminds me a lot of Neil Sedaka. The song was also recorded by the Clovers in 1958, In the UK, it was recorded by the Southlanders. Original Billboard review: "The pretty rockaballad is read with feeling by the lead with good group and orchestra backing. Flip, "The Last Drag" is a driving vocal on a blues. The side was purchased at a hefty price from AMP-3 records." AMP-3 Records was the original label that the recording was released on.