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The Sons of Champlin

The Sons of Champlin
Formed: 1966
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Disbanded: 1977
Genre: Country, Folk, Pop/Rock
Group Members: Bill Champlin, Geoffrey Palmer, Bill Bowen, Terry Haggerty, David Schallock, Al Strong, James Preston
Biography: The Sons of Champlin did not rank in the first tier of the San Francisco psychedelic rock bands of the '60s with the Grateful Dead and Jefferson Airplane, but they did qualify for the second tier along with Moby Grape and Quicksilver Messenger Service, playing a more soul- and R&B-influenced style of ...Read full biography
Welcome to the Dance
Released: 1973
Label: Sony Music Distribution
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The Sons of Champlin were written off after the commercial washout of their third album, Follow Your Heart, but they came roaring back two years later with Welcome to the Dance. The crucial difference ...Read full review
Loosen Up Naturally
Released: 1969
Label: See For Miles Records
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Although the Sons of Champlin made their recording debut with the single "Sing Me a Rainbow" on Verve Records in 1967, it has taken them another two years to release this, their first album, which means ...Read full review
More The Sons of Champlin albums: Main Albums (11), Compilations (5), DVD/Video (1)
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