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Creeque Alley

"Cue the Tape"

With those words Mama Cass broke the not-so best kept secret of the 60s. Most musical groups lip-synced their performances on the Ed Sullivan Show. The Mamas and the Papas certainly lip-synced this performance of Creeque Alley. Nevertheless it's a great performance of the group's 1967 #5 autobiographical hit. Thinking back to 67, a certain 15 year-old boy was totally smitten with Michelle Phillips. Oh, and the music wasn't bad either.

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Kirsten said…
They're still great!
nonamedufus said…
Kirsten: Yep you bet. I throw them on the ol CD player every once and awhile.

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