Category: Classic Rock

The New Breed (6) - Ive Been Wrong Before (Vinyl)


  1. I Really don't think you are wrong on this occasion - This is worth $ - $ tops at the Most - $ is absolutely Scandalous - Shame Shame Shame on the .
  2. A fine slice of garagey pop from Tim Schmit's first major band featuring a sublime and very early cover of Randy Newman's "I've Been Wrong Before". Another cover, this time of Lennon and McCartney's "I'm in Love" which knocks the spots of the Formost's rudimentary workmanlike rendition.
  3. The New Breed [Sacramento] A: I've Been Wrong Before B: You'd Better Leave Me Be: Mercury USA: Apr 7" 4: The New Breed [Sacramento] A: Want Ad Reader B: One More For The Good Guys: World United [Sacramento, California] USA: WU Sep 7" 3: The New Breed [Sacramento] A: Want Ad Reader B: One More For The Good.
  4. Jun 22,  · Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more. H.P. Lovecraft - "I've Been Wrong Before", original vinyl LP - Duration:
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  6. The other side of this CD is New Breed out of Sacramento, CA., New Breed was the more important band. New Breed had a few local hits in the Bay Area that just skipped the Top This CD has their local collectable hits "Green Eyed Woman" "Want Ad Reader". New Breed morphed into Glad, releaded an LP, then into Redwing on Fantasy trying to be 4/5(1).
  7. The New Breed Wants You! contains 24 tracks from , including all their 45 sides, unreleased material from aborted single and album projects, and several cuts by the combo's latterday incarnation, Glad. As an added bonus, there are three video segments including footage of the band miming on an L.A. pop show in !/5(2).
  8. From Sacramento, CA, the New Breed recorded a few British Invasion-influenced pop-garage singles in the mid-'60s that did well in their hometown and a few other pockets of Northern California, but went unheard elsewhere. One of the many decent but somewhat colorless bands of their type, they at least had good taste in material, recording a version of the obscure Lennon-McCartney song "I'm In.

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