Episode 552: Guest Shot – Bands with Multiple Singers




March 7, 2019


  • 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


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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