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Grazing In the Grass (Ed Sullivan Show Live 1970)

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What does "Groovy" mean?

If you ever wanted to know, this video is a great place to start. I say it's "groovy defined."
The quality of the recording is pretty good considering from how long ago it comes.

I remember this show

I remember when Friends of Distinction sang this song on Ed Sullivan. I was about 9 and was with my grandma and mom, both of whom are long gone. What I'd give for a few minutes again on that night with the family in 1970. Sensational memory. Thanks, iTunes.

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totally awesome

Biography

Formed: 1968 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Known best for their pop smash "Grazing in the Grass," the Friends of Distinction were founded by Harry Elston and Floyd Butler, also including Jessica Cleaves and Barbara Jean Love (plus Charlene Gibson, who replaced Love during her pregnancy). Elston and Butler's involvement in music entailed several groups, including the Hi-Fi's, Ray Charles' backing band. When the group disbanded in 1966, Elston and Butler recruited Cleaves and Love...
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Pop
  • Released: Feb 01, 2011

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