An important studio in New York during the 1960s, Stea-Phillips was located on 7th Avenue between 51st and 52nd, the heart of the city’s music recording scene.
At Stea-Phillips, producers Bob Feldman, Richard Gottehrer and Jerry Goldstein produced records by the Angels and the Strangeloves.
It was where the Four Seasons spent their time recording a number of hit singles under the auspices of Bob Crewe. According to legend, Crewe continued with a session, looking for the right sound, in spite of the fact a fire broke on the floor above the studio. It took firemen banging on the door of the studio to cajole him out onto the street.
Original Post: WNEW, 2/28/10