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Spanky & Our Gang - 1969 - Without Rhyme Or Reason

Spanky and Our Gang was an American  1960s folk-rock band led by Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane. The band derives its name from Hal Roach's popular Our Gang comedies of the 1930s (known to modern audiences as The Little Rascals). McFarlane was nicknamed "Spanky" because one of the band members, perhaps influenced by her last name, said that she resembled Our Gang star George "Spanky" McFarland. The group was known for its vocal harmonies. The best (though not the best selling) of the group's three original albums, Without Rhyme or Reason (which is also sometimes known as Anything You Choose/Without Rhyme of Reason) was their most ambitious creation and the album of theirs that holds up best on CD, a 40 minute soundscape in which songs drifted from one into the other.

01 - Leopard Skin Phones
02 - But Back Then   Mecca Flat Blues
03 - Without Rhyme Or Reason
04 - 1-3-5-8   Jane
05 - Since You`ve Gone
06 - Anything You Choose   And Shes Mine
07 - Yesterdays Rain
08 - Hong Kong Blues
09 - Nowhere To Go   Give A Damn

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