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Love Society* - Tobacco Road / Drops Of Rain (Vinyl)

| 19.10.2019

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  • Groshura says:
    Tobacco Road by Love Society was written by John D. Loudermilk and was first recorded and released by John D. Loudermilk in Love Society released it on the single Drops of Rain in It was covered by Tony Joe White, Quatro Scott Powell, Buddy Miles featuring Rocky Athas, Aum and .
  • Tojanris says:
    From Plymouth, WI, Love Society performed a combination of pop, psychedelic, and rock & roll for Scepter, RCA, Mercury, and other labels in the late '60s and early '70s. They combined original compositions by Dave Steffen and Mike Dellger with remakes of popular songs. Their earlier recordings like "Do You Wanna Dance" and "Drops of Rain" possessed a Lettermen-like innocence while their .
  • Goshicage says:
    Love Society A: Tobacco Road B: Drops Of Rain: Scepter USA: SCE Jan 7" The Love Society A: Let's Pretend (We're Making Love) B: You Know How I Feel (And Why) Target [Wisconsin] USA: T Apr 7" 2: Love Society A: Don't Worry Baby B: You Know How I Feel (And Why) RCA Victor USA: Oct 7" 3:
  • Vudogis says:
    We sell new & used VINYL, CD's & DVD's. Skip to main content. Shop by category. Shop by category. Love Society Tobacco Road/Drops Of Rain 7" Promo Scepter Rock Garage. $ Greg Kihn Love And Rock & Roll LP Joe Satriani Spitballs Foreigner Kansas. $
  • Kazrazuru says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tobacco Road on Discogs. Label: Scepter Records - SCE • Format: Vinyl 7. Label: Scepter Records - SCE • Format: Vinyl 7 Love Society* Tobacco Road / Drops Of Rain /5(3).
  • Kigarr says:
    The Love Society discography and songs: Music profile for The Love Society.
  • Dourn says:
    This compilation combines the output of both Love Society and Phase III, two bands from Plymouth, WI. Love Society preceded Phase III and evolved from a '60s pop vocal style as cuts like "Do You Wanna Dance," "Let's Pretend," and "Don't Worry Baby" reveal to a more rocking and psychedelic-laced style as heard on "Without You." Bob Dylan's Highway 61 Revisited appears to be the influence for.
  • Yozshujora says:
    Find Love Society song information on AllMusic. From Plymouth, WI, Love Society performed a combination of pop, psychedelic, and rock & roll for Scepter, RCA, Mercury, and other labels in the late '60s and early '70s.

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