Spanky and Our Gang is the debut album by Spanky and Our Gang, released on August 1, 1967. The album was released by Mercury Records and included three songs that were released as singles. These were "Sunday Will Never Be the Same", their biggest hit, which reached number Number 9 on the . Billboard Hot 100 chart in the summer of 1967, "Making Every Minute Count", which reached Number 31, and "Lazy Day", reaching Number 14.
Spanky and Our Gang attempted to be all things to all people, and with the changing counter culture of the day, they just seemed to have stepped through the door at the wrong moment. coming off as a mere fashion statement, rather than a band to be reckoned with. The music of this album is all over the map, and it’s that conceptual lack of continuity that prevented this group from ever rising above hit singles, with songs that were pleasant to listen to in rotation, but were nevertheless embarrassing and awkward to drop onto your stereo, as your parents were there to love every minute of it as mom was.
First studio album by Spanky and Our Gang, an American Folk Rock and Sunshine Pop band, formed in 1966. Spanky & Our Gang. Лицензиар: "UMG (от лица компании "Hip-O Select"); CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, EMI Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (2). Композиция. It Ain't Necessarily) Byrd Avenue (Mono Single Version). Лицензиар: UMG (от лица компании "Universal Music").
Spanky & Our Gang started out in Chicago with a sound somewhere midway between the original Jefferson Airplane and the original Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, a folk-rock ensemble with a few jazzy twists and some funny between-song sketches.
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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.
Arranged By – Jimmy WisnerWritten-By – Fischoff*, T. Powers*
Arranged By – Bob Dorough, Stu Scharf*Written-By – M. Smith*
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – M. Smith*
|A4||Sunday Will Never Be The Same
Arranged By – Jimmy WisnerWritten-By – E. Pistilli*, T. Cashman*
Arranged By – Spanky and Our Gang*Written-By – M. Smith*
|A6||If You Could Only Be Me
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – C. D'Errico*, R. Atkins*
|B1||Making Every Minute Count
Arranged By – Jimmy WisnerWritten-By – J. Morier*
|B2||5 Definitions Of Love
Arranged By – Bob Dorough, Stu Scharf*Written-By – B. Dorough*
|B3||Brother Can You Spare A Dime
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – Harburg*, Gorney*
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – J. Renzetti*, R. Gilmore*
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – J. Denver*
|B6||Come And Open Your Eyes
Arranged By – Joe RenzettiWritten-By – J. Mapes*
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|ME 61124, MEX 61124||Spanky & Our Gang||Spanky And Our Gang (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)||Mercury, Mercury||ME 61124, MEX 61124||US||1967|