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Let's Live for Today is the second studio album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in July 1967 by Dunhill Records. A new group was brought in for this album which included Creed Bratton, Rick Coonce, Warren Entner and Rob Grill. It features their first top-ten hit by the same name, "Let's Live for Today". The bulk of the compositions are by group creators Sloan and Barri, but the new group was allowed to compose four songs and was given some input in the studio instrumentation
The Blues Band is a great example of the kind of good-time blues and boogie band that would go down well at a crammed students’ union gig. This performance captures the band at a peak in 1980, when they were riding high in popularity on the back of their successful ‘The Official Blues Band Bootleg Album’ and the ‘Ready’ album also in the pipeline. Authoritative liner notes by Blues Matters magazine’s Roy Bainton (who was also once the Blues Band Fan Club secretary). Contains a new interview with the band members. CD: Live from Keele University, United Kingdom, 22nd May, 1980
live Academy of Music, New York. Broadcast live on WNEW-FM, New York. Other Versions (5 of 25) View All. Cat.FM/Live (2xLP, Album).
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