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The Hudson Brothers

Those that keep in mind the Hudson Brothers generally think about them like a bubblegum act of sorts, because of the fact which they hosted some comedy-variety Television shows within the mid-’70s. However they were actually a genuine group, incredibly Anglophile in orientation, with weighty debts towards the Beatles and Seaside Boys, and periodic hints from the Kinks. In these respects, in addition to their harmonies and superficial vocal resemblances to Lennon and McCartney, they echoed additional players within the sub-Beatle video game, like Badfinger, the Move, and ELO. That could be raising your objectives too much: they weren’t almost as deep or smart because the Move, as infectious or enthusiastic as Badfinger, as well as as ambitious as ELO. Throughout their short middle-’70s vogue, they documented several albums for Elton John’s Rocket label (a few of which were made by Elton’s songwriting partner Bernie Taupin), and maintained a few little hits, “WHICH MEANS YOU Are a Superstar,” “Depressed School Calendar year,” and “Rendezvous.”

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