His first release, "Make It", appeared on the Redda label as the more pronouncable, less ethnic sounding Barry Lee. The master was leased to United Artists, who released it nationally on their Veep subsidiary.
The record failed to chart outside of the Cleveland area and no immediate follow up was issued. A month or so later, the same group Barry with Richie and the Fortunes went back 77 Little Study - Bartók* - Zoltán Kocsis - Zoltán Kocsis Plays Bartók Audio Recording and recorded a 45, a pounding version of "Heartbreak Hotel" that is much different than the Elvis classic, with Richie Green playing a nice lead and Buddy Maver pounding the drums.
Barry is credited as "Buddy Love" one the 45, released on the one shot Proud label. Barry continued to perform locally, assembling his own backing band, The Actions, made up mostly of area high school students. The flip side, "Try Me", leaned more in the British Invasion direction. Once again local airplay led to a national release, this time on different United Artists sub label, Ascot Records.
The band continued on for another year or so with Milt Muth replacing Vince. Barry Lee - Make It / Things Gotta Change seem to have been some other different members.
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