The Grass Roots - Midnight Confessions / Lets Live For Today (Vinyl)

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  1. Kazinris
    Oddly enough, when the Grass Roots single [Let’s Live For Today on Dunhill Records ] was originally released, it was devoid of any penmanship credits, with credits only showing up once the album Let’s Live For Today was released, with credits being given to /5(16).
  2. Mauzragore
    Midnight Confessions (American Bandstand - December 27, ) Temptation Eyes (American Bandstand) Midnight Confessions (Solid Gold - Saturday January 31, ) Wait A Million Years, Sooner or Later, Let's Live For Today, Tempation Eyes, 2 Divided By Love, Midnight Confessions (Classic Rock with Wolfman Jack) Video Quality: This title has not.
  3. Kagami
    Let's Live for Today" was recorded by the Grass Roots, with the help of a number of studio musicians, including Sloan on lead guitar, and was released as a single in May [1] [3] The lead vocal on the Grass Roots' recording was sung by the band's bassist Rob Grill [1] and the distinctive "" count-in before the chorus was sung by guitarist Warren Entner.
  4. Shakus
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Midnight Confessions on Discogs.
  5. Kigazilkree
    Between 19the California-based quartet had twenty-one Top records; with three making the Top 10, their other two Top 10 records were "Let's Live for Today" {peaked at #8 for 2 weeks on June 25th, } and "Sooner or Later" {reached #9 for 1 week on July 25th, }.
  6. Telar
    Mar 13,  · Oddly enough, when the Grass Roots single [Let’s Live For Today on Dunhill Records ] was originally released, it was devoid of any penmanship credits, with credits only showing up once the album Let’s Live For Today was released, with credits being given to Mogal rather than the correctly spelled Mogol/5(11).
  7. Yozshuzragore
    Comments: Frank from Kansas Does anyone know for certain who it was that sang lead vocal on the Grass Roots Studio Version of Midnight Confessions?; Howard from St. Louis Park, Mn This one of my all time favorite songs from The Grass Roots and I never get tired of hearing it. One thing I never knew about the song is that it was first recorded by The Evergreen Blues Band but it never made.
  8. Murr
    The Grass Roots' 60s records had amazing drum granigdagatiussamujinn.xyzinfo this is OFF THE CHARTS! Compared to my near-mint LP of LLFT, the drums and bass on this CD jump out of the speakers, and grab me by the throat! The guitars have much more presence, too. "Things I Should Have Said," and the Vietnam-era anthem "Let's Live For Today" are especially stunning/5(11).

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