Why The Lovin’ Spoonful’s name is so seldom invoked in discussions of the ’60s’ true heavyweights is a mystery. On the generous 26-track Greatest Hits compilation, main man John Sebastian’s knack for the indelible melody is writ large on classics like ”Didn’t Want to Have to Do It,” and the band’s unique folk-country-pop hybrid still sounds astonishingly fresh. Docked a notch for the omission of ”Four Eyes” and ”Let That Boy Rock and Roll.” A-
The Lovin' Spoonful--Greatest Hits Why The Lovin' Spoonful's name is so seldom invoked in discussions of the '60s' true heavyweights is a mystery. On the generous 26-track The Lovin' Spoonful--Greatest HitsRock, Folk, Reissues Why The Lovin' Spoonful's name is so seldom invoked in discussions of the '60s' true heavyweights is a mystery. On the generous 26-track 2000-03-10
Genre: Rock, Folk, Reissues; Producer (group): Buddha
Posted March 10 2000 — 12:00 AM EST
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