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01 Hey Girl - (J. & M.Phillips) - 2:25
02 You Baby - (Sloan/Barri) - 2:18
03 Boys And Girls Together - (J.Phillips) - 3:14
04 Somebody Groovy - (J.Phillips) - 3:13
05 In Crowd - (Page) - 3:11
06 Free Advice - (J.Phillips/Gilliam) - 3:17
07 Go Where You Wanna Go - (J.Phillips) - 3:14
08 Sing For Your Supper - (Rogers/Harr) - 2:47
09 John`s Music Box - (J.Phillips) - 1:05
10 Straight Shooter - (J.Phillips) - 2:55
11 Frustation - (J.Phillips) - 2:56
12 Twist And Shout - (Russel/Medley) - 2:52
13 Got A Feelin` - (Doherty/J.Phillips) - 2:44
14 Did You Ever Want To Cry - (J.Phillips) - 2:54
15 String Man - (J.Phillips/Gilliam) - 3:00
16 Do You Wanna Dance - (Freeman) - 2:53

 

When fate brought John Phillips, Michelle Phillips, Denny Doherty and “Mama” Cass Elliot together for the very first time, it was a harmonic convergence for the ages. The Mamas & The Papas were born.

During their relatively short career, from 1965 to 1968, despite enduring a never ending soap opera saga of romantic entanglements both consummated and unconsummated, the Mamas & The Papas cemented their status as one of pop music’s most accomplished and gifted vocal groups with a raft of evergreen classics numbering California Dreamin’, Monday, Monday, Creeque Alley, Go Where You Wanna Go, Dedicated To the One I Love, I Saw Her Again and Dream A Little Dream Of Me, each adorned with the outfit’s lush four-part harmonies.

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The Mamas And The Papas - Greatest Hits (1998) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1657-mamas-and-papas/5579-california-dreamin-the-best-of-the-mamas-a-the-papas-2006.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/pop-miscellaneous/1657-mamas-and-papas/5579-california-dreamin-the-best-of-the-mamas-a-the-papas-2006.html The Mamas And The Papas - Greatest Hits (1998)

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01. California Dreamin'
02. Go Where You Wanna Go
03. Monday, Monday
04. I Call Your Name
05. Do You Wanna Dance
06. I Saw Her Again
07. You Baby
08. Dancing Bear
09. Words Of Love
10. No Salt On Her Tail
11. Look Through My Window
12. Dancing In The Street
13. Dedicated To The One I Love
14. Creeque Alley
15. Glad To Be Unhappy
16. Twist And Shout
17. Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)
18. My Girl
19. Safe In My Garden
20. Dream A Little Dream Of Me

 

John Phillips, Michelle Phillips and Denny Doherty performed in the New Journeymen, a temporary group put together to fulfill contractual obligations after the original trio’s breakup. In 1965, the three of them then headed to St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islands, to write and rehearse. They were joined by the alto-voiced Cass Elliot. The foursome relocated to Los Angeles, where they signed to Lou Adler’s Dunhill label.After briefly calling themselves the Magic Circle, they took the name the Mamas and the Papas. ---discogs.com

 

The Mamas and the Papas had a sound that helped define a portion of the 1960s. Their breezy folk classics had a bit of San Francisco psychedelia woven in, and, despite the sweet harmonies, there was also a noticeably dark feel to some of their more popular work. "California Dreamin'" and "Monday, Monday" both utilized enough minors to give them a spooky edge. Greatest Hits is an essential part of any audiophile's collection, especially if they don't have the original recordings that spawned the hits. "Dedicated to the One I Love" is almost ironic for its tenderness, considering the turmoil that rumbled through the band's interrelationships. While John and Michelle Phillips and Denny Doherty were all responsible for the success of the Mamas and the Papas, listening to this collection reveals that the late great Mama Cass was not only the heart but the soul of the band. Greatest Hits closes with her "Dream a Little Dream of Me," and serves as a touching tribute to Cass Elliot's talent. ---Steve Gdula, Editorial Reviews

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