My Big Break
The Time Of My Life
Wheres The Jelly?
Just Like You
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Frank wrote the song 'Now You're Gone' in 1964. Chris Houston from the Liverpool band, The Undertakers, produced the track. Bugs Pemberton on drums, Chris Houston on guitars, Jackie Lomax on vocals and bass, and Brian Jones on saxophone were The Undertakers.
It was the first time Frank played a 12-string. There were two Frank Carillos' in the band. His cousin Frank J. Carillo II, was the lead singer, Frank Carillo was the Songwriter, Guitar Player and sang Background Vocals. Another cousin Nick St. Paul (Boccio) was on drums, Alan G. on Rhythm Guitars and Backing Vocals and Glenn Levie on Bass and Backing Vocals. The band had great chemistry. Not bad for 15 years old!
Frank Carillo used to work for the talent manager Dee Anthony. Dee was the American rep fork for Ten Years After, Jethro Tull, Humble Pie, Joe Cocker. Jimmie Dewar, who ended up playing with Robin Trower, became good friends with Frank.
After this, Frank talks about leaving the Young Blues and playing with Loch Ness. Then he met manager Phil Lorito and he wanted to do a band around Frank. They formed Doc Holiday. Frank was told that there was a guy who is a terrific guitar player and plays keyboards and can sing. His name: Bob Mayo.