℗ 1965 © Legacy International™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC.
Duration 30m 16s
Record Label Legacy International
Release Date April 26, 1965
Genre Pop
 

Introducing the Beau Brummels

The Beau Brummels

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1.1
Laugh, Laugh
The Beau Brummels
2:49
1.2
Still in Love with You Baby
The Beau Brummels
2:30
1.3
Just a Little
The Beau Brummels
2:22
1.4
Just Wait and See
The Beau Brummels
2:19
1.5
Oh Lonesome Me
The Beau Brummels
2:20
1.6
Ain't That Loving You
The Beau Brummels
2:20
1.7
Stick Like Glue
The Beau Brummels
1:57
1.8
They'll Make You Cry
The Beau Brummels
3:04
1.9
That's, If You Want Me To
The Beau Brummels
2:33
1.10
I Want More Loving
The Beau Brummels
2:20
1.11
I Would Be Happy
The Beau Brummels
2:37
1.12
Not Too Long Ago
The Beau Brummels
3:05
Duration    30m 16s
Setting the foundation for the San Francisco Sound, the Beau Brummels released this self-titled debut in 1964, featuring breakthrough singles "Laugh, Laugh" and "Just A Little".
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Legacy International Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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