If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears ()

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In the spring of 1966, If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears represented a genuinely new sound, as fresh to listeners as the songs on Meet the Beatles had seemed two years earlier. Released just as "California Dreaming" was ascending the charts by leaps and bounds, it was the product of months of rehearsal in the Virgin Islands and John Phillips' discovery of what one could do to build a polished recorded sound in the studio -- it embraced folk-rock, pop/rock, pop, and soul, and also reflected the kind of care that acts ...

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  1. Monday, Monday
  2. Straight Shooter
  3. Got a Feelin'
  4. I Call Your Name
  5. Do You Wanna Dance
  6. Go Where You Wanna Go
  7. California Dreamin'
  8. Spanish Harlem
  9. Somebody Groovy
  10. Hey Girl
  11. You Baby
  12. The "In" Crowd
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JoseRebocho

Sep 6, 2010

One of greatest songs

One of the greatest songs ever sung and writen, and that still stops the trafic to be heard is..... California Dreamin by The Mamas and Papas.

eve2008

Aug 17, 2008

Groovy 60's harmonies

This album is a good mix of their best stuff - and one not often seen any more.
John Sebastian was a great songwriter and the "lead" singer Denny Doherty really had a versatile and clear control of a good voice. Mama Cass! What can you say. If she had lived longer, she would be a television persnality as her talent extended way beyond the great voice. This production was enhanced by the veteran producer Lou Adler. A must have for any fan of 60's music - just fun to listen to and sing along with!

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