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Cymarron

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A soft rock and roll act which placed a unitary in america Best 20 in 1971, ‘Bands’, Cymarron comprised Rick Yancey (b. 1948), Sherrill Parks (b. 1948, Jackson, Tennessee, USA; electric guitar/saxophone) and Richard Mainegra (b. 1948, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA). The trio was produced after Yancey was employed as a studio room musician and songwriter by Potato chips Moman for the last mentioned’s American Documenting Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. Yancey fulfilled Parks, they made a decision to interact, and Parks earned Mainegra. They called the group Cymarron following a tv western known as Cimarron Remove. ‘Bands’, released on Entry Records, had not been compiled by the group but by outside authors, Eddie Reeves and Alex Harvey, and it became Cymarron’s just success, despite a small number of following singles and an record.

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Music Songs Right Can Be So Wrong, Like Children, Across the Kansas Sky, Table for Two for One, What's a Little Dirt, Break My Mind, Keep Me Warm, Rings, True Confession, A Good Place to Begin, Hello Love, How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, Start Again, Tennessee Waltz, Valerie, In Your Mind
Albums Rings: The Very Best of Cymarron


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