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1960s / Johnny Maestro And The Brooklyn Bridge Worst That Could Happen 1969
Lead singer Johnny Maestro had been around for awhile before recording this great Jimmy Webb song. He'd been lead singer with the Crests since 1957 and sang on all their hits. He even had a couple of solo hits before joining the Del-Satins. No hits there, but Maestro and the Del-Satins then joined with an outfit called the Rhythm Method (cool name)to form the Brooklyn Bridge. Jimmy Webb's "Worst That Could Happen" had previously been recorded by the 5th Dimension in 1967, but not released as a single. Perhaps it should have been. But then, we might not have got to hear Johnny's great vocal which went all the way up to #3 on the Billbord chart.