No Names
No Names

The No Names were a South Jersey-based doo-wop group that signed with Guyden Records in July, 1964, to put out “Love,” a composition of two of its members, Al Morrison and Doug Gordon. The other members of the No Names were Ed Sattile, Emiry Rowand and Bob Danzie.

They got their name when they took the record they recorded themselves at the Baker studio above the notorious Oasis Motel in Camden, New Jersey, to Jerry Blavat to play on his program on WCAM, the city-owned station in Camden, New Jersey. The studio was in the City Hall. Jerry liked the record, played it, and when he asked the group their name, they admitted they had no name. Hence, "The No Names."


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