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The Gants

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Among the relatively couple of garage area bands in the Deep South to produce a national impression within the mid-’60s, the Gants strike the very best 50 in 1965 making use of their cover of “Roadrunner.” Liberty Information after that preceded to bleed the music group dried out by issuing three cover-heavy albums and five even more singles within the next yr . 5. They deserved better, because business lead vocalist and guitarist Sid Herring was a performer and songwriter of some skill. As well Beatlesque to certainly be a garage area band in the most common mold, their unique material approximated components of the Fab Four’s audio circa 1965 having a mixture of mid-tempo acoustic and electrical guitars, close harmonies, and hook country experience. Herring himself sounded like Lennon, and he wasn’t above reworking melodic phrases from “IN MY OWN Existence” and “From Me for you.” The solid materials tended to become dwarfed by their rushed, cover-heavy albums, as well as the group never really had another strike after “Roadrunner.”

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Full Name The Gants
Music Songs Road Runner, My Baby Don't Care, Little Boy Sad, Smoke Rings, Greener Days, Spoonful of Sugar, Crackin' Up, Another Chance, Never Go Right, Six Days in May, I Don't Want to See Her Again, Somebody Please, Dance Last Night, I Wonder, I'm a Snake, Try Too Hard, I Want Your Lovin', Good Lovin', What's Your Name, You Better Run, Please Tell Me Why, Cryin', It's All over Now, Hey Joe, Taxman, One Track Mind, DR. Feelgood, Opening Announcement, I'm No Good, Introducing the Group, Dirty Water, Eight Days a Week
Albums Gants Again, Gants Galore, Introducing... The Gants, Road Runner! The Best of the Gants

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