Beyond the ‘Concrete & Clay’ with Eddie Rambeau

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In 1961, just after graduating from high school, Eddie Rambeau had his first hit “Skin Divin’, “released on Swan Records, but it wasn’t until 1965, when producer Bob Crewe started his Dyno-Voice label, that Eddie enjoyed his first smash, with “Concrete & Clay.” But just as important along the way, was Eddie’s skills as songwriter (with partner Bud Rehak), penning a top ten hit, “Navy Blue” for Diane Renay, as well as tunes done by The Four Seasons, Shirley Matthews, Tracey Dey, The Sheppard Sisters, and Los Bravos.

These days, Ed  is an accomplished photographer, and hosts a weekly internet radio show “Ed Rambeau’s little corner of the world.” And let’s not forget to wish him a happy birthday on June 30!