21 Songs, 57 Minutes


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4.2 out of 5

17 Ratings

17 Ratings



a real journey down memory lane........totally pure and sweet, really good song writing
loved it

a good thing lost ,poppy family

solowy 1

this is a very good cd and i enjoy it very much .

A good Thing Lost- The Poppy Family

The Music nut

A Good Thing Lost, For me this is A Good Thing Found, Even though i had most of these songs from here and there, When i saw this CD i bought it, It is a treasure to have in my collection, a package of songs that musicians don't seem to write these days, They were good together and as solo artists. And yes Terry you regret not going on the Ed Sullivan show back then, I agree with you, Your successes would have been much greater. But you'r still very big in the music world [Both of you] I love this CD Highly recommend……….

About The Poppy Family

Susan Pesklevits and Terry Jacks met in the band Powerline. They later married and formed the Poppy Family in 1968. With guitarist Craig McCaw and percussionist Satwan Singh, the duo's third single, "Which Way You Goin' Billy," became a hit in the U.S. and their native Canada, selling over two million copies. The group recorded three albums in the early '70s: That's Where I Went Wrong and Which Way You Goin' Billy in 1970 and Poppy Seeds in 1971. Terry and Susan were divorced by 1973, however, and both began solo careers. Susan released Dream (1976), Ghosts (1980) and Forever (1982), but Terry became more successful when his "Seasons in the Sun" single went platinum in Canada (more than 150,000 units). His albums include Seasons in the Sun (1974), Y'Don't Fight the Sea (1976), Pulse (1983) and Into the Past (1989). ~ John Bush




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