Began his career in 1959 in the doo-wop group The Laurels (5).
After The Laurels disbanded, members Tommy Duffy, Harry Boyle and Tommy Morrissey formed The Echoes (2) whose single "Baby Blue" reached the top ten on Billboard in 1961.
Boyle and Morrissey would go on to collaborate in several groups and frequently co-wrote songs during the following years. Boyle went on to sign with Cashwest Productions, Inc. in the early 70s and played on Jim Croce's hit album "You Don't Mess Around With Jim".
Harry Boyle Discography Tracks
Instruments & Performance
|Jim Croce||Hey Tomorrow (as H.J. Boyle) Jim Croce - You Don't Mess Around With Jim (Album)||ABC Records||US||1972||Sell This Version|
|ABCD 756, ABCX 756||Jim Croce||Hey Tomorrow (as H.J. Boyle) Jim Croce - You Don't Mess Around With Jim (LP, Album, RE)||ABC Records, ABC Records||ABCD 756, ABCX 756||US||1973||Sell This Version|
|LPZ-2054||Jim Croce||Jim Croce - His Greatest Recordings (LP, Album, Comp, Ltd, RM, RP, 180)||DCC Compact Classics||LPZ-2054||US||1998||Sell This Version|
Writing & Arrangement
|SK 7||Jerry & Jeff||Voodoo Medicine Man (as H.J. Boyle) Jerry & Jeff - Sweet Charity (7", Promo)||Super K||SK 7||US||1969||Sell This Version|