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Album Review

Despite the presence of the cheery folk-rock title smash, much of We Five's debut LP was given over to collegiate folk-pop renderings of standards such as "Tonight" (from West Side Story), "Cast Your Fate to the Winds," "My Favorite Things," and Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love." Some cuts mined a more satisfying mild folk-rock territory; the confused direction was only compounded by "I Got Plenty O' Nuttin'," an odd Mersey-styled raveup. The harmonies are nice, and an overlooked influence upon the early San Francisco rock scene. But the album as a whole is pretty lightweight, with nothing else in the same league as "You Were On My Mind." A Collectors' Choice Music CD reissue combines this and the 1967 LP Make Someone Happy onto one disc.

Customer Reviews


The original, "You were on my mind," is finally here? Belt it out Bev!


Finally, the original "You Were On My Mind"! Thank you!


FINALLY!!! You Were On My Mind!! A classic vocal ... and a sensitively dynamic arrangement. You had to be there, folks.


Formed: 1965 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s

We Five were a quintet led by singer/guitarist/banjoist Mike Stewart, who also arranged most of the group's music; Pete Fullerton (bass, vocals), Beverly Bivens (lead vocals), Bob Jones (six- and 12-string electric guitars, vocals), and Jerry Burgan (vocals, acoustic guitar) were the other members. They were formed in Los Angeles in 1965, and were produced by Frank Werber, the Kingston Trio's manager, no surprise since Mike Stewart was the brother of Kingston Trio member John Stewart. Their original...
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