There were a number of American vocal groups called The Reflections but the best known were a blue-eyed soul/doo-wop group from Detroit, Michigan.
They had one hit single in 1964 called (Just Like) Romeo and Juliet, which reached #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The record was even more popular in rhythm and blues locations, reaching #3 on the Cashbox chart, and was featured on American Bandstand as a “spotlight dance”.
After a few more records that were moderate successes on the national charts, Ray Steinberg left the group. As a foursome, The Reflections continued recording and making TV appearances.
In 1965, they made their one and only movie appearance in Winter-A-Go-Go, performing I’m Sweet On You.