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The Remingtons

Adam Griffin (b. 10 August 1943, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, d. 11 January 2005, Nashville, Tennessee, USA), although overshadowed by David Gates, was a singer-songwriter with Loaf of bread. After departing the group, Griffin continuing to create and documented a self-titled record in 1977 on Polydor Information. After recording many singles for Footwear Information in Memphis he released, Griffin & Sylvester, in 1981, a cooperation with Terry Sylvester from the Hollies. Griffin was section of Dark Link with Billy Swan and Randy Meisner, which produced an excellent, goodtime album, ONCE THE Evening Falls, in 1986. Griffin after that teamed up with Rick Yancey and Richard Mainegra (b. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA), who got liked a US pop strike with ‘Bands’ within Cymarron in 1971. Yancey got played electric guitar for Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings, while Mainegra wrote Elvis Presley’s strike one ‘Separate Methods’. Because the Remingtons, they released a close-harmony one, ‘A VERY LONG TIME Ago’, and an record that, in a few respects, sounded much like Bread.

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