Mystics (The Other Groups)

The Brooklyn Mystics are well-documented by many sources with complete biographies and discographies.  Other than the notes below on the group, this post represented the less acclaimed Mystics groups.


Mystics (Brooklyn)

– In My Faithful Heart, ’59 (Unreleased) (Sources indicate title was recorded in 1959 at same time as ‘Save A Dream’.)

– Save A Dream, ’81 (Magic Carpet LP 1005 A8) (‘Save A Dream’ was on a Videls CD as the Videls.)



Roy Montague (w the DeLons) – Life To Go/ Ballad Of Barbara Allen, ’59 (Lee 1004) (Billboard issue of November 23, 1959 lists these titles by Roy Montague.  This book listed among their various Mystics groups.  There is no indication that he is connected to any Mystics group.)



Mystics (NYC Label) – Teenage Sweetheart/ Rockin’ Yodel, ‘58 (Chatam 350-351)


Mystics (NYC Label) as Champs – Teenage Sweetheart/ Rockin’ Yodel (Chatam 350) (Label scan found



Mystics (Los Angeles) (Ed Gates & His) – Chewing Gum/ In The Jungle, ’62 (Robins Nest 2) (Repo scans found.)



Mystics (Cincinnati)

– Mash Potatoes With Me/ The Hoppy Hop, ’62 (King 5678)

– Just For Your Love (I Would Do Anything)/ The Jumpin’ Bean, ’63 (King 5735)



Mystics (Gene Fisher & The) – Remember (You’re My Girl)/ Listen To Me, ’62 (Plateau 101) (A youtube video shows the same group photo as the Mystics on Chatam.  It is unverified if they are the same group.)



Mystics (Seattle WA) – Fox/ Dan {I}, ’63 (Nolta 353)  (See ( for more info on the group.)



Mystics (Washington DC) – She’s Got Everything/ Just A Loser, ’64 (Constellation 138 & Safice 333)



Mystics (Tallahassee FL) – Ooh Poo Pah Doo/ Snoopy, ’64 (Black Cat 501 & Future Talent 13893-4, ’65)




Mystics (Dallas TX) – Didn’t We Have A Good Time/ Now And For Always, ’66 (Spectra 707 & Dot 16862) (Sides are reversed on Dot release.  See ( for more info on the group.)



Mystics (Westchester, NY) – Ride My Pony (Come)/ This Is What I Was Made For, ’67 (Ren-Vell 320)



Mystics (Memphis) – Get A Job/ Thats All [sic] (Jenny Lynn 101)



Mystics (Chicago) – That’s The Kind Of Love/ I Really Love You, ’70 (Teako 370)

(Gms include: Rudy Negron (Lead singers), Ted (Lead guitar), Joe (Drums), and Phil (Keyboards).  For an article on the group, see



Mystics (Ohio-Funk) – Steppin Stones/ I Really Do, ‘70s (Olympia 21314)


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