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Spanky and Our Gang was an American 1960s sunshine pop band led by Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane. The band derives its name from Hal Roach's Our Gang comedies of the 1930s (known to modern audiences as The Little Rascals), because of the similarity of her surname with that of George McFarland (Spanky). The group was known for its vocal harmonies. The group's first album was released by Mercury Records on August 1, 1967, with three popular songs that were released as singles.
Although the pop elements Spanky was known for are here, the opening track "I Won't Brand You" could certainly be considered the logical sequel to her minor hit "Give a Damn," the album is more country than pop or rock. Standing Room Only" opens with a great line, "you must think my bed's a bus stop/the way you come and go," and has Fairport Convention's Richard Thompson arranging the strings with the San Francisco Symphony String Ensemble and the Lovin' Spoonful's Jerry Yester on vocal harmony.
Spanky & Our Gang – Change. Label: Epic – PE 33580. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo. Co-producer – Spanky & Our Gang (tracks: A2 to B5). Design – Bill Barnes (2). Drums, Percussion – Jim Moon. Executive-Producer – Eddie Wenrick.
Spanky & Our Gang. 1960's and 70's Pop Rock Band fronted by Elaine ‘Spanky’ McFarlane (19 June 1942). The remaining quintet broke up in 1969 although McFarlane and Pickering retained the name for the country-influenced Change. In 1981 the former joined a rejuvenated Mamas And The Papas, before touring with an all-new Spanky And Our Gang. Source: The Encyclopedia of Popular Music by Colin Larkin. Spanky & Our Gang. com/watch?v yep6gusOqAE. LAZY DAY" ~ SPANKY and OUR GANG" 1967 HQ AUDIO.
First studio album by Spanky and Our Gang, an American Folk Rock and Sunshine Pop band, formed in 1966. You're viewing YouTube in Russian. You can change this preference below. Это видео недоступно. UMG (от лица компании "Hip-O Select"); EMI Music Publishing, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (2).
Album by Spanky & Our Gang. I Wish We'd All Been Ready. is a cover of. I Wish We'd All Been Ready by Larry Norman (1970).
Studio album by Spanky & Our Gang. Change appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Jazz. Music Genre: Pop/Rock.
Studio album by. Spanky and Our Gang. Like to Get to Know You is the second studio album by Spanky and Our Gang, released in 1968. It is the first of their albums to exhibit their signature sound, partially owing to it being produced by two different people than their debut album.
|1||I Won't Brand You||Spanky & Our Gang||2:29|
|2||Standing Room Only Susan Manchester / Charlie Silver||Spanky & Our Gang|
|3||When I Wanna||Spanky & Our Gang||2:30|
|4||Since You've Gone||Spanky & Our Gang||2:39|
|5||San Diego Serenade||Spanky & Our Gang||3:19|
|6||L.A. Freeway G. Clark||Spanky & Our Gang||3:21|
|7||Space Cowboys Forever David Batteau||Spanky & Our Gang||3:09|
|8||National Stardom||Spanky & Our Gang||2:53|
|9||Dues||Spanky & Our Gang||3:39|
|10||I Wish We'd All Been Ready Larry Norman||Spanky & Our Gang||5:05|
Credits:David Batteau - Composer
Carlos Bernal - Bass
G. Clark - Composer
Gene Garfin - Drums
Paul Grupp - Engineer, Producer
Gail Langton - Harp
Gail Laughton - Harp
Johnny Logan - Harmonica
Susan Manchester - Composer
Marc McClure - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane - Percussion, Vocals
James Moon - Drums
Ray Neapolitan - Bass
Ray Neopolitan - Bass
Larry Norman - Composer
Herb Pedersen - Banjo
Nigel Pickering - Bass, Guitar
Bill Plummer - Bass, Vocals
John Rhythm - Harmonica
Charlie Silver - Composer
Spanky & Our Gang - Primary Artist
Richard Thompson - Arranger, Piano
Tower of Power - Horn
Rick Vito - Guitar
Bergen White - Strings
Bobby Wood - Piano
Jerry Yester - Vocal Harmony, Vocals