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9 thoughts on “ Save The Sunlight - Dennis Yost and The Classics IV - What Am I Crying For? (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The band changed its name to 'The Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost' and enjoyed two more top hits, "Stormy" (, Hot No. 5) and "Traces" (, Hot No. 2, Easy Listening No. 2), the latter of which Emory Gordy also co-wrote. Cobb and Buie borrowed heavily from 's "Everyday with Jesus" by Robert C. and Wendell P. Loveless to.
  2. Feb 18,  · After five years and four album for Imperial, Dennis Yost and the Classic IV's partnership with the label came to an end in Signed by MGM's newly established MGM South affiliate, in spite of the nameplate, "Dennis Yost and the Classics IV" was a Dennis Yost solo set/5(1).
  3. Jun 22,  · And it did indeed have Herb Alpert's "Save The Sunlight" as featured on YOU SMILE-THE SONG BEGINS. The only problem is it was sourced from a rather noisy LP. My own needledrop sounded way better. Still, it's a great song, and both versions are in reality backed by "the T.J.B." since the members of that band backed up Lani on her album, too. Harry.
  4. Aug 21,  · A Buddy Buie/James Cobb penned tune, like so many of The Classics IV's material, made complete with the wonderful voice of Dennis Yost. From the album 'Song' ( Imperial).
  5. May 25,  · Posted by request from the "Song" album, which was basically Dennis Yost's first solo LP. Re-edited to fix audio problems.
  6. Apr 23,  · Listen to your favorite songs from The Best Of Dennis Yost And The Classics IV by Dennis Yost & The Classics IV Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.

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