The Cowsills from their Billy Cowsill Benefit Concert in 2004. Left to right: Bob, Barry, Paul, Richard, Susan and John. The success of this reunion led The Cowsills back into the recording studio, which resulted in the album Global. This has also led to several reunions over the years in various forms, ranging from a few concerts to special feature performances at major events. Most notable of these events were "A Taste of Rhode Island in 2000", which featured all seven surviving Cowsills, and "A Family Thing 2", which was a benefit concert in 2004 for Bill's medical and financial difficulties at the time.
Monday, Monday, 03:30.
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The Cowsills – In Concert. Label: MGM Records – SE 4619, MGM Records – SE-4619. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1969. Awful, terrible cheesy live album with only one of their hits ("Hair"). For completists mostly. Reply Notify me Helpful.
By: The Cowsills (1969, Rock). More albums from The Cowsills: II X II by The Cowsills. Captain Sad And His Ship Of Fools by The Cowsills. We Can Fly by The Cowsills. The Cowsills by The Cowsills. On My Side by The Cowsills. The Cowsills Plus The Lincoln Park Zoo by The Cowsills. View all albums . In Concert. By: The Cowsills (1969, Rock).
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The Cowsills is an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island. They specialized in harmonies and the ability to sing and play music at an early age. The band was formed in the spring of 1965 by brothers Bill, Bob, and Barry, then shortly thereafter added John. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Cowsills in Concert Album.
The Cowsills in Concert. Cowsills Format: Audio Cassette. Reading about the recent death of Barry Cowsill from the effects of Hurricane Katrina reminded me that once, many a moon ago (35 years plus), I owned a Cowsills album. I was 1. Anyway, what I remember about this album was being a little disappointed that there were no live performances of actual Cowsills hits. But once I listened to it, I thought, who cares? These kids, while not exactly session-musician material, were pretty damn good.
|A3||Walk Away, Renee||2:30|
|A4||Please, Mr. Postman||2:19|
|A6||The Cruel War||3:05|
|B3||The Sunshine Of Your Love||3:29|
|B5||Reach Out (I'll Be There)||3:28|
|B6||Good Golly Miss Molly / Devil With A Blue Dress||3:23|
- Record Company – Nippon Grammophon Co., Ltd.
- Art Direction – David Krieger
- Engineer [Director] – Val Valentin
- Engineer, Recorded By – Bill Hanley
- Photography By – Ed Caraeff
- Producer – Bill Cowsill, Bob Cowsill
|SE 4619, SE-4619||The Cowsills||In Concert (LP, Album)||MGM Records, MGM Records||SE 4619, SE-4619||US||1969|
|LP 31.008, LP-31.008||The Cowsills||In Concert (LP, Album)||MGM Records, MGM Records||LP 31.008, LP-31.008||Brazil||1969|
|F-13-4619||The Cowsills||In Concert (4-Trk, Album)||MGM Records||F-13-4619||US||Unknown|
|MGM C 8111||The Cowsills||In Concert (LP, Mono)||MGM Records||MGM C 8111||UK||1969|
|RE 2038||The Cowsills||The Cowsills In Concert (CD, RE)||Razor & Tie||RE 2038||US||1994|