Feelings is the third studio album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in February 1968 by Dunhill Records. It contained many songs composed by the group's members and studio performances of the musician's instrumentation. The album was intended to take the group into a heavier psychedelic direction with their music
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Tracklist: 1. Lovin’ Things, 2. The River Is Wide, 3. (You Gotta) Live For Love, 4. City Women, 5. What Love Is Made Of, 6. Pain, 7. I Get So Excited, 8. The Days Of Pearly Spencer, 9. Baby, You Do It So Well, 10. I Can’t Help But Wonder, Elisabeth, 11. Fly Me To Havana. 2. The River Is Wide. 3. (You Gotta) Live For Love.
Lovin' Things is the fourth album by American rock group The Grass Roots. The album was originally released by Dunhill Records in 1969. The album charted at It contained only two songs composed by the group. The album was intended to take the group into a soulful direction that was being rewarded by charting singles. The A and B side singles released were "Lovin' Things", "The River Is Wide", "(You Gotta) Live for Love" and "Fly Me to Havana". A new soulful direction first surfaced on this album and continued on their next album, titled Leaving It All Behind. The group continued to move forward with multiple hit records until 1973. This is the last album with guitarist Creed Bratton, who left the group in early 1969. It is also the last album by the group to feature songs written by . Artwork, packaging. The original release of Lovin' Things is on Dunhill ABC as mono or stereo.
True to form, Lovin' Things, the fourth album by the Grass Roots, contains another nugget in "The River Is Wide," a tremendous pop tune fusing a mainstream '60s sound with Phil Spector innovations. It's a wonderful Steve Barri production, their sixth hit record, and a song as brilliant as any of their first seven that hit the Top 40. Like labelmates Three Dog Night, this crew found great songs when producer Steve Barri and his former partner, . Sloan, weren't writing them for the group
of "Lovin' Things" Midway during this run "Midnight Confessions" was released as an A side and became the group's highest charting single. 2 Artwork, packaging. v. e. The Grass Roots.
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|45-4180||The Grassroots*||Lovin' Things (7", Single)||ABC/Dunhill Records||45-4180||US||1969|
|D-4180||The Grassroots*||Lovin' Things / You & Love Are The Same (7", Single)||RCA Victor||D-4180||Canada||1969|
|1C 006 - 90031||The Grassroots*||Lovin' Things / You And Love Are The Same (7", Single)||Columbia||1C 006 - 90031||Germany||1969|
|KSS 1078||The Grassroots*||Lovin' Things (7", Single)||Stateside||KSS 1078||Scandinavia||1969|
|D-4180||The Grassroots*||Lovin' Things / You & Love Are The Same (7", Single)||ABC/Dunhill Records||D-4180||US||1969|