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Looking Glass - Subway Serenade download mp3 album
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Subway Serenade
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1973
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Subway Serenade was the second and final album released by the band Looking Glass. Elliot Lurie-Guitars, vocals. Larry Gonsky-Keyboards, vocals. Piet Sweval-Bass, vocals, harp. Jeffrey Grob (Drums, Vocals and Percussion). Maxine Dixon-Additional background vocals. Nancy Nalence-Additional background vocals. Nancy Farrell-Additional background vocals. Steve von background vocals. Ralph MacDonald-Conga and Percussion on Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne and City Lady.

Looking Glass is the first album released by the band Looking Glass in 1972. The group had been playing all up and down the East Coast in clubs, and one night they were spotted by Clive Davis at the Whisky a Go Go. Davis, who at the time was the president of Columbia Records, signed them to the Epic Records label. After trying to record two times (once with Steve Cropper in Memphis), the third was with Bob Liftin and that is where "Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" was recorded

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Subway Serenade finds Looking Glass hooking up with producer Arif Mardin to re-create the vibe of their debut, right down to replicating the shimmering vibe of Brandy for Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne. Again, the group’s rock roots - often revealed on-stage and popping up here on the rollicking Sweet Jeremiah - were submerged by a pop production yet surfaced just often enough to make the record uneven

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