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Reflections of My Life (Rerecorded Version)

Marmalade

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K-Tel tries to hoodwink you again

Marmalade were a good band, although their reputation has been ruined in the eyes of many by their truly awful rendition of 'Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Di' which for some extraordinary reason was the band's biggest hit (and a UK No.1). However, the songs on this LP are not the original versions of any of their hits (and they had 8 Top Ten hits between 1968 & 1976). Don't be hoodwinked - search out the real thing, and when you find it, listen to Marmalade's truly excellent 'Reflections of My Life'. And, if you can find it, their 'Man in a Shop' from 1967, is good too.

Don't touch this with a Barge-Pole

Absolutely dire rerecordings, If I could give this junk minus stars I would, seek out Marmalade, The Ultimate Collection instead, and save some hard earned cash.

Buyer beware!

Whatever else this may be, it certainly isn't the 1970 recording of the album. Instead, you get some kind of 80s reworking of some of the tunes that featured on the original recording. I'm not happy about having paid for something that turned out to be different to the advertised product.

Biography

Formed: 1961

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Marmalade is one of those groups that just seems to endure. They are best remembered today for one record, their cover of the Beatles' "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," although they charted number one records and even Top Ten American singles into the 1970s. The group, especially as constituted up through the early '70s, had many sides, including white soul, harmony dominated pop/rock, and progressive pop, all very much...
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