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Bob Brady & The Con Chords

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Члены группы Bob Brady & The Con Chords: Bob Brady (2), James Samuel
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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 More, More, More Of Your Love / It's A Better World 2 audio iTunes 1967 Chariot (3)
2 Everybody's Goin' To The Love-In 2 audio iTunes 1968 Bell Records
3 Illusion 2 audio iTunes 1968 Chariot (3)
4 It's Love / Love Is The Master 2 audio iTunes 1969 Chariot (3)
5 Everybody's Goin' To The Love-In 2 audio iTunes 1968 Chariot (3)
6 Illusion 2 audio iTunes 1968 Chariot (3)
7 Everybody's Goin' To The Love-In 2 audio iTunes 1968 Bell Records
8 Goodbye Baby / Tell Me Why 2 audio iTunes 1967 Chariot (3)
9 Savin' All My Love For You / Please Stay 2 audio iTunes 1969 Chariot (3)
10 More, More, More, Of Your Love / I Stand Rejected 2 audio iTunes 1972 A&M Records
11 Everybody's Goin' To The Love-In 2 audio iTunes Bell Records
12 More More More Of Your Love / I Stand Rejected 2 audio iTunes 1972 A&M Records
13 More, More, More Of Your Love / It's A Better World 2 audio iTunes 1967 Chariot (3)

Blue eyed soul band Formed in Baltimore in 1964 The original lineup of the Con Chords did not actually feature Brady; the group was instead fronted by [b]George Layfield[/b], who was backed by guitarist [b]Dennis Zwirlein[/b], bassist [b]Vince Sansone[/b], keyboardist [b]Jim Samuel[/b], trumpeter [b]Lou Patti[/b], saxophonist [b]Dave Wladkowski[/b], and drummer [b]John Drexler[/b]. Brady joined in early 1965, as well as trombonist [b]Larry Sprigg[/b]. Lou Patti was replaced from multi-instrumentalist [b]Tony Constantino[/b]. After their third single release, "I Love You Baby" the group sacked Sansone and Drexler, adding bassist [b]Tommy Thompson[/b] and drummer [b]Marty Fisher[/b]. They played their final show on 29 December 1970. Several members later reunited in the group [b]PennLucy[/b], while Brady went on to work for music consulting firm A.I.R.


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