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Let 'Em Dance: The Bobby Fuller Four Recalled

Kirk Silsbee,, 21 March 2015

THE HOLLYWOOD Renaissance of the 1960s didn't need the Bobby Fuller Four. That unique conflagration of bands, managers, impresarios, producers, studios, engineers, session players, record labels and executives, radio stations, deejays, and TV shows incubated the Byrds, Sonny & Cher, the Mamas and Papas, Love, the Mothers of Invention, Paul Revere & the Raiders, the Seeds, Buffalo Springfield, the Association and the Doors. Hollywood could have gotten along very nicely without the quartet from El Paso, Texas.

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