Дискография Surprize, The:
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The Surprize were a 1966 Garage Band from Tampa Florida. Originally a three-piece the band soon graduated to a four piece. The Band members included: James Marvell (Carlos Zayas) – lead vocals Paul Paridis – lead guitar Buddy Good – bass and vocals Roger Fuentes – drums Before their days as The Surprize, James Marvell and Buddy Good had been singing and writing songs together for several years. It was during this time that James and Buddy formed there first band The Scopes. In 1965 Buddy happened to run into John Centinaro, the manager of a local record store, in Tampa, called Ron's Record Shop. Buddy invited Centinaro over to hear the bands garage rehearsals and he liked what he heard! Thanks to John the band started recording at an early age. They released a song co-written by their , now manager, [a1786616] titled “She’s Got Bad Breath.” Unfortunately for the band Scope Mouthwash banned the song and the duo decided to change their group name to The Surprize. [a1786616] managed and produced the band on his own Cent Record label out of Tampa, Florida. Centinaro also managed the Robbs and the Mysterians for a time. The band broke up 1968 when Marvell, Fuentes and Good went and joined Mercy (“Love Can Make You Happy” on Warner Bros), another band managed by Centinaro. After Mercy, Marvell and Good formed the gospel country music duo the Country Cavaleers, again with Centinaro managing, then went solo in 1976.