Episode 552: Guest Shot – Bands with Multiple Singers

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March 7, 2019

Music:

  • The Monkees “Gonna Buy Me a Dog” The Monkees (Colgems) 1966
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Carry On / Questions” Déjà Vu (Atlantic) 1970
  • The Temptations “Get Ready” Gettin’ Ready (Gordy) 1966
  • The Bangles “Something That You Said” All Over the Place (Columbia Records) 1984
  • Sloan “500 Up” Smeared (murderecords) 1992
  • The New Pornographers “High Ticket Attractions” Whiteout Conditions (Concord Records) 2017
  • Jefferson Airplane “Volunteers” Volunteers (RCA Victor) 1969
  • KISS “Detroit Rock City” Destroyer (Mercury Records) 1976
  • Babaganouj “Too Late for Love” Too Late For Love 7″ (Self-Released) 2014
  • The Velvet Underground “Venus in Furs” The Velvet Underground & Nico (Verve) 1967
  • Trip Shakespeare “The Slacks” Across the Universe (A&M Records) 1990
  • The B-52’s “Devil In My Car” Wild Planet (Warner Bros. Records) 1980

Notes:

After talking about tracks with great backing vocals, it’s time to focus on people that are responsible for those harmonies. BJ Bonin and Laura Poehlman take a shot at hosting by talking about bands with multiple singers.

Follow BJ Bonin on Twitter @JangleRocks

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