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The Five Americans - 1966 - I See The Light


Five Americans was a 1960s American band, most famous for the song "Western Union", which reached #5 in the U.S. Billboard chart, and was their only single to chart in the Top 20. The Five Americans, previously known as The Mutineers, were from Durant, Oklahoma (Southeastern State College). For a short while after their hits "I See The Light", "Western Union", "Sound of Love", "Evol Not Love" and "Zipcode", they toured. However, their manager, Jon Abdnor Senior, president and owner of Abnak Records, was allowed control of their finances. After Abdnor's death in 1996, all rights to their songs should have reverted to the original group, but Sundazed Records bought the original tapes. The Five Americans had at least five singles in, or close to, the Top 40 and are now receiving the sales and publishing royalties. The Five Americans broke up in 1969. Mike Rabon, John Durrill, Norm Ezell, Jim Grant and Jimmy Wright.

01 - I See The Light
02 - The Losing Game
03 - Goodbye
04 - I Know They Lie
05 - Twist And Shout
06 - She's A My Own
07 - The Train
08 - It's A Crying Shame
09 - I'm So Glad
10 - Don't Blame Me
11 - The Outcast
12 - What'd I Say
13 - The Train (Unissued Alt. Version)
14 - Good Times (Unissued Alt. Version)

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