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Elliot Lurie: American singer/musician who was the lead guitarist and songwriter for the band Looking Glass from 1969 to 1974. He wrote and sang lead on their 1972 hit single "Brandy " and their 1973 top-forty single "Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne. Goodbye Heart, Better Man, OohWee! и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Elliot Lurie picked up his J-200 acoustic guitar and sat down in the upstairs bedroom of a farmhouse that he and his bandmates had rented in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The farmhouse had been built around the turn of the 20th century and was surrounded by 88 acres of farmland. Photo courtesy of Elliot Lurie). The song is about a barmaid, so I thought, why don’t I change the name to ‘Brandy. So that’s what I did, Lurie says. Four of the songs that ended up on the album were written and had lead vocals by Lurie and the other four songs on the album were written by and had lead vocals by Sweval. Once the album was completed, it was released on June 6, 1972. But Brandy wasn’t the first song to be released as a single. The band members liked a Lurie-penned song, Don’t It Make You Feel Good, as the first single.
Elliot Lurie (born August 19, 1948) is an American singer/musician who was the lead guitarist and songwriter (and frequently, lead vocalist) for the band Looking Glass from 1969 to 1974. He wrote and sang lead on their 1972 hit single "Brandy (You're a Fine Girl)" and their 1973 top-forty single "Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne. After leaving the band in the mid-1970s, Lurie released a self-titled album and a single, "Disco (Where You Gonna Go)", both on Epic Records
Listen to music from Elliot Lurie like Disco (where You Gonna Go) and Brandy (As Written). Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Elliot Lurie. Lead singer of Looking Glass, of early 70s fame for "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" and "Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne". He charted on his own with "Your Love Song" in 1974.
Blue Lady lives in the upstairs apartment I live right below The ceiling's thin and lets her feelings in I can hear her come and go. She had a golden man And she tried to hold him and he would not stay Blue Lady, don’t cry I can chase your tears away. Blue Lady plays the radio Twenty four hours a day She don't dig soul, she don't like rock ’n' roll She loves the things that DJs day. They keep her company A friend to see her through another night Blue Lady, hold on Love's not gone, it's just out of sight.
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|5-11153||Elliot Lurie||Your Love Song (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Epic||5-11153||US||1974|
|5-11153||Elliot Lurie||Your Love Song / Treat Me So Bad (7")||Epic||5-11153||US||Unknown|