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Grassroots: A Lotta Mileage

Metal Mike Saunders, Phonograph Record, June 1973

I REALLY LIKE THE Grassroots. They've had a lengthy string of good singles over the years, the current bogus Grassroots kicking their career off with 'Let's Live For Today' in 1967 (the real Grassroots were the ones who did 'Where Were You When I Needed You', totally different group). Most unexpected of all, at least to any Grassroots fans who had the misfortune of hearing their shoddy albums of the late 60's, their last two LPs have been pretty good.

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