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Album Review

White Plains was one of a multitude of studio projects based around the sugary-sweet vocals of British session vocalist Tony Burrows. Burrows managed to score hits under a variety of monikers including Edison Lighthouse, the Pipkins, Brotherhood of Man, and others, and bubblegum group White Plains climbed the charts with the 1970 single "My Baby Loves Lovin'." This collection shares a name with that best-known single, and includes 24 tracks the band made in its brief run during the early '70s, including uptempo sunshine pop numbers like "I've Got You on My Mind" and later bids for singles like the swaggering, slightly country-tinged bounce of "Julie Do Ya Love Me."

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The British group White Plains had a big hit single in 1970. "My Baby Loves Lovin" was a bubblegum classic that features the ubiquitous vocals of Tony Burrows and a bouncy, happy, and decidedly British pop sound. The group formed when the the Flowerpot Men, best known for the dippy, bubble-psych hit "Let's Go to San Francisco," decided a name change and a stylistic change were in order. Burrows was in the last incarnation of the Flowerpot Men and he carried over into the initial White Plains lineup;...
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