One of the first homegrown American bands to achieve prominence in the heady days of the British Invasion, the Lovin' Spoonful effortlessly bridged commercial success and musical credibility, merging good-timey pop-rock tunes with material that showcased the band members' folk, blues and jug-band roots. The effervescent foursome of frontman John Sebastian, guitarist Zal Yanovsky, bassist Steve Boone and drummer Joe Butler formed in 1965 and quickly made their name on the Greenwich Village club scene. Before the year was out, the Spoonful had already signed to the Kama Sutra label and scored their first Top 10 hit with "Do You Believe in Magic?" The band continued to storm the singles charts with such infectious tunes as "Summer in the City," "Daydream," "You didn't Have to Be So Nice" and," "Nashville Cats," while making memorable albums that'showed off Sebastian's songwriting prowess and the band's varied instrumental talents. Now, Sundazed has revived the Lovin' Spoonful's beloved vintage albums, mastered from the original tapes and featuring complete original cover art.
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Lovin Spoonful, The - Daydream - Mono Edition CD
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    Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...

    Lovin Spoonful, The - Daydream - Mono Edition LP
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      Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...

      Lovin Spoonful, The - Do You Believe In Magic - 2003 Gatefold Stereo/Mono Pressing
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        ***LAST REMAINING COPIES*** STEREO/MONO Newly uncovered old stock! Turns out our time machine works! We ventured back to 2002! We figured you wouldn’t believe us so we were going to Skype with you from the past but Skype wasn’t invented yet. Instead we came back with a sealed box of Lovin’ Spoonful LPs just for you! These are the black vinyl, stereo versions in gatefold jackets! Magic was in the air in 1965 when the Lovin’ Spoonful recorded their debut album, a delightful grab-bag of styles...

        Lovin Spoonful, The - Do You Believe In Magic - Mono Edition CD
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          Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...

          Lovin Spoonful, The - Do You Believe In Magic - Mono Edition LP
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            Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...

            Lovin Spoonful, The - Hums Of The Lovin Spoonful - 2003 Gatefold Stereo/ Mono Pressing
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              ***LAST REMAINING COPIES!!!*** STEREO/MONO Newly uncovered old stock! Turns out our time machine works! We ventured back to 2003, the year GWB declared victory and came back with a sealed box of Lovin’ Spoonful LPs just for you! These are the black vinyl, stereo versions in gatefold jackets! “The best, most consistent record by America’s most underrated band.” - Peter Buck R.E.M. 1966’s Hums Of The Lovin’ Spoonful glistens with chart-toppers (“Summer In The City,” “Rain On The Roof,”...

              Lovin Spoonful, The - Hums Of The Lovin Spoonful - Mono Edition CD
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                Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...

                Lovin Spoonful, The - Hums Of The Lovin Spoonful - Mono Edition LP
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                  Mono Editions on vinyl and compact disc.Greenwich Village, 1964: While the folk boom is still in progress, other musics began seeping into the corners and clubs of lower Manhattan. Rock, once down for the count, came back with a vengeance, largely thanks to a klatch of young British bands. Roots music, especially blues, grew rapidly in popularity as folk enthusiasts expanded their horizons. In this intoxicating milieu, John Sebastian, Zal Yanovsky, Joe Butler and Steve Boone united to form the...