Made In Singapore

Picked up this album of local artistes in 1987. The compilation of songs include In A Small Way (Jacintha, Clement, Li Huan & Robert Fernando), The Wedding Song (Angeline), Within You'll Remain (Tokyo Square), One Chance (Lolita), Rejuvenation (Urazea), Roses (Gingerbread), Cold In Buriram (Zircon Lounge), On And On (Jacintha), Love In Any Language (Angeline), Love One Another (Onesimus Principle), Funny (Streetsmart), Rose Rose I Love You (Dick Lee), Only The Lonely (Matthew Tan) and We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place (Hangloose).


Bryan Neale & The Checkmates

Bryan Neale & The Checkmates recorded an EP with songs that include Mojo, She, Enchanted Girl and Man Hunter.

Tracy With Tony

Tracy Huang and Tony (of Tony, Terry with Spencer fame), recorded an album together titled "Weekend" with songs that include Will You Remember Me, January February, Him, Can't Get By Without You, You've Lost That Loving Feeling, Shooting Star, Suddenly, Elusive Butterfly, Devoted To You, Woman In Love and the title song Weekend.

Fu Suyin

Fu Suyin aka Henry Fu, was one of the pioneers among the Mandarin pop idols during the 60s. He was also instrumental in promoting Mandarin pops for EMI Singapore that produces A-Go-Go Queens like Rita Chao and Sakura Teng. Suyin himself was a very popular singer who recorded several albums with The Quests. Some of his recordings include Ramona, Green Green Grass Of Home, Love At First Sight, Lady Jane, Fraulein, Greenfields, You Don't Have To Say You Love Me, House Of The Rising Sun, Portrait Of My love, Yesterday, First Bend Of The River, Summer Wine, among others.

Talk Of The Town - Rita & Sakura

Rita Chao and Sakura Teng recorded several albums together, with The Quests. Their first was Talk Of The Town which also featured keyboard masetro Jimmy Chan in the Quests line-up for the first time. The album offers a mix of English, Mandarin and even Japanese songs. Some of the titles include Say Yes My Boy, Honemade Aishite, Crying In The Storm, Itsemademo, Yellow Bird, Love Is Blue, She Wears My Ring, Tell The Boys, and others.


Rainbow Over Mocambo

This marvellous piece of artwork was designed and painted by Mr. HJ Teo, one of the biggest Quests fans in Singapore. It was his way of paying tribute to one of the best local groups from the 60s. The song titles of all their past recordings are included in the artwork. It took HJ about 6 months to complete the job. The original intent was to include it in the CD sleeve of Recollecting The Quests, Vol.2 album but was missed out because of scheduling constraints.

Also missing out on a suitable title for this neat piece of artwork, we were fortunate that fellow fan, Ms Rachael Anne-Tan appropriately suggested "Rainbow Over Mocambo- The Journey of The Quests." Apart from reminding us of their successive hit recordings during the 60s, the artwork also gives us a sense of passage for the boys from the early days of Shanty, Tea Break, Gallopin', Come On And Shout, You Lied...to their "ConQuest" of Hong Kong with Mr. Rainbow, La La La Means I Love You, Sayonara and more, at the Mocambo Night Club.