By early 1965 The Four Seasons had their formula down pat. Catchy melodies with Frankie Valli’s falsetto voice layered on top of tight harmonies.
“Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye)” sometimes slips under the radar. It may be because it was very good smooth pop but not one of their memorable performances. It first reached the BILLBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart January 16, 1965 and peaked at number 12.
The Four Seasons were one of the few American bands to thrive during the British Invasion era of the 1960s. “Bye Bye Baby” may not have been one of their biggest hits but it was sill very good.