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The Groop (3) - Sorry / Who Do You Love (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ The Groop (3) - Sorry / Who Do You Love (Vinyl)

  1. Akinolkis says:
    Oct 05,  · The Groop split up in , with Cadd and Mudie going on to form Axiom. However, several past members of the band re-formed The Groop for an Australian tour in late to early Their song “Woman You’re Breaking Me” hit the top 40 charts in (going to #6 in Melbourne and #12 in Sydney), and in “Such a Lovely Way.
  2. Dujinn says:
    (ABC/Paramount ) and You'll Never Stop Me From Loving You b/w Gonna Be A Big Thing (ABC/Paramount ) in , and Our Love Is Everywhere (re-issue) b/w Slow Fizz (ABC/Paramount ) in all failed, the group simply faded away. They released one LP at Swan title "Who Do You Love?" (Swan LP ) in containing: A/5(7).
  3. Tolar says:
    You look at the course of events, when you look at this case and how they reversed course, Emily, and whether or not they have any regrets in doing that, or that was the right thing to do to get.
  4. Dole says:
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  5. Zologami says:
    Although their music was featured in the classic film MIDNIGHT COWBOY, Los Angeles's the Groop made only one album, this self-titled outing. The good folks at Sundazed released the album on CD for the first time almost 38 years later, and it's a gem of late-'60s harmony-laden pop with elements of folk and lightly lysergic psychedelia.
  6. Zulujinn says:
    Jul 24,  · Watch the full concert atGeorge Thorogood & the Destroyers perform their song "Who Do You Love" live on their 30th Anniversary eledarednilolifzatarewinmehl.co in England on George Thorogood & The Destroyers 30th Anniversary Tour in , this program set combines tracks from the bands then latest album Ride Til I Die with classic tracks from across George Thorogoods glittering career.
  7. Dutaxe says:
    "The Groop" was a recording group that put an album out for Bell Records in Their sound resembles The Mamas & the Papas with the sweeping harmonies and the female alto. This disc may not be viewed, almost 40 years later, as the most original, but there is some excellent material done well/5(7).

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