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The Lovin Spoonful - 1966 - The Best Of The Lovin Spoonful

The Lovin' Spoonful is an American pop rock band of the 1960s, named to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. When asked about his band, leader John Sebastian said it sounded like a combination of "Mississippi John Hurt and Chuck Berry. The band had its roots in the folk music scene based in the Greenwich Village section of lower Manhattan during the early 1960s. Sebastian, who grew up in contact with music and musicians, was the son of a much-recorded and highly technically accomplished classical harmonica player. He had reached maturity toward the end of the American folk music revival that spanned from the 1950s to the early '60s. Sebastian was joined in the Spoonful by guitarist Zal Yanovsky from a bohemian folk group called The Mugwumps, playing local coffee houses and small clubs (two other members, Cass Elliot and Denny Doherty, would later form half of the Mamas & the Papas.) Drummer-vocalist Joe Butler and bassist Steve Boone rounded out the group. The Best of the Lovin' Spoonful is a best of album of The Lovin' Spoonful hits featuring tracks from three of their previous four albums. Despite being a "best of", this album charted the highest of the bands career hitting number three on the billboard charts

01 - Do You Believe In Magic
02 - Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind
03 - Butchie's Tune
04 - Jug Band Music
05 - Night Owl Blues
06 - You Didn't Have To Be So Nice
07 - Daydream
08 - Blues In A Bottle
09 - Didn't Want To Have To Do It
10 - Wild About My Lovin'
11 - Younger Girl
12 - Summer In The City

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