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Subway Serenade

Looking Glass

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Album Review

Subway Serenade finds Looking Glass hooking up with producer Arif Mardin to re-create the vibe of their debut, right down to replicating the shimmering vibe of “Brandy” for “Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne.” Again, the group’s rock roots — often revealed on-stage and popping up here on the rollicking “Sweet Jeremiah” — were submerged by a pop production yet surfaced just often enough to make the record uneven. Again, this isn’t entirely unappealing: this may swing toward the middle of the road, but Elliot Lurie has warmth to his vocals and Mardin’s production captures the smooth, sun-kissed vibe of the post-hippie early ‘70s. It’s not a masterpiece or a lost classic, but as a period piece goes, Subway Serenade, like Looking Glass, is quite pleasant.

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Jimmy loves Mary-Ann

Wow I haven't heard this song in over 30 years but was on the radio so had to get it very nice sounds and brings back nice memories! Thanks!!

Biography

Formed: 1969 in New Brunswick, NJ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '00s, '10s

To the outside observer, Looking Glass were one of the luckiest bands to come up during the early '70s — and doubly so, coming out of New Jersey in 1972 with a number one hit, three years before anyone was thinking about Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, and getting radio play on the song that has carried over into the oldies and '70s nostalgia boom over the decades since. Ironically, the bandmembers were never entirely happy...
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