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Lazarus - 1973 - A Fool's Paradise

Lazarus was a 1970s American soft-rock band. The members of Lazarus were Billie Hughes, Gary Dye, and Carl Kessee. Billie Hughes was the leader of the band, as the lead singer and songwriter. In association with Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary,"Lazarus" moved to Woodstock, N.Y., signing with the newly formed Bearsville Records (Warner Bros.) label, under the direction of Albert Grossman. A Fool's Paradise and another album were recorded and released on Bearsville, produced by Peter Yarrow and Phil Ramone. In the next four years, "Lazarus" performed extensively throughout the United States and Canada. In 1976 "Lazarus" won the Clio Award for "Lifesavers" Best Commercial of the Year which ran nine years nationwide. The band's first album, "Lazarus", was released in 1971, and "Warmth of Your Eyes" was released as a single in 1972. Their second and final album, Fool's Paradise, followed in 1973, from which Ladyfriends I (Sing a Song to Your Lady) was tagged as a single. Hughes went on to a solo career after they disbanded.

01 - Ladyfriends II
02 - Ladyfriends I
03 - When Will The Home Of Me Begin
04 - A Fool's Paradise
05 - Baby, Baby
06 - Thoughts Of You
07 - Take Me High
08 - Oklahoma Boy
09 - This Is A Song
10 - Poets And Lovers

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