All career have to start somewhere.
The Paramours were an early 1960s, five man west coast vocal group. They managed to secure a record deal and released “That’s The Way Of Love,” which did not chart.
Two of the group’s members, Bobby Hatfield and Bill Medley, began performing as a duo and the rest, as they say, is Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame History.
While The Paramours single, “That’s What Love Is For,” may have been credible pop, today the release is remmembered as the debut of The Righteous Brothers.