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THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS – DELIVER
Side 1: Dedicated to the one i love – My girl – Creeque alley – Sing for your super – Twist and shout – Free advice
Side 2: Look through my window – Boys and girls together – String man – Frustration – Did you ever want to cry – John’s musicbox
Deliver came out in 1967, at the height of the folk rock era. Simon & Garfunkle’s Parsley Sage Rosemary & Thyme was a huge hit Donovan was scoring big with Sunshine Superman and Mellow Yellow and of course Bob Dylan and the Byrds were the chief architects of the folk rock movement. Along come four kooky looking individuals with beautiful finely crafted four-part harmony and the rest as they say is history. Deliver catches the M’s&P’s at their creative zenith. There’s not a bad song in the bunch. Another words they deliver the goods. Pardon the pun. This one is a true classic and sounds as great today as the day it came out. Long live the M’s&P’s.