The Addrisi Brothers are best remembered today for their early-'70s Columbia hit "We've Got to Get It on Again," and for writing the Association/Fifth Dimension hit "Never My Love." Don Addrisi (1938-1984) and Dick Addrisi (b. 1941) actually date back as a musical team to the 1950s. Their parents were part of a family acrobatic act, the Flying Addrisis, but Don and Dick chose music as their career, and by the mid-'50s, with the help from comedian Lenny Bruce, who was a fan, they got their first professional representation. The family was initially lured out to California by the prospect of Don and Dick getting parts on The Mickey Mouse Club -- that didn't work out, but they were eventually signed to Bob Keane's Del-Fi label, where they recorded a series of singles that veered from Everly Brothers-style rock & roll to somewhat more cloying teen-pop numbers.