The Love Generation – Let The Good Times In

Undistinguished '60s vocal group

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Built around vocal arrangers Tom and John Bahler, The Love Generation were a late-’60s six-piece singing group in the mould of The Fifth Dimension whose main work consisted of session playing for the likes of Elvis, Cher, Barbra Streisand, Bobby Sherman, The Monkees, Jimmy Webb and The Partridge Family. They cut three LPs of their own between ’67 and ’68, and had some low-position singles on the US charts during this time. This best-of contains nothing outstanding and is clearly something of a labour of love.

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