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(Stop, Look) Is Anyone There? - The Cowsills - The Cowsills (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  4. Nilmaran says:
    The Cowsills, an Album by The Cowsills. Released in on MGM (catalog no. E; Vinyl LP). Genres: Sunshine Pop, Baroque Pop.
  5. Malagor says:
    This expanded edition CD of the Cowsills first MGM album includes several cuts from the Mercury/Phillips stint and makes it worth the cost. Even at this early age the first family of pop/rock were amazing and this CD proves the point.
  6. Zurg says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Cowsills on Discogs.
  7. Maushakar says:
    The Cowsills - Self Titled - The Cowsills - MGM Records - SE(Stereo - ) This Original pressing is among the early 1st runs and the cover features the original gate-fold that opens up to reveal the Cowsills sitting at the dinner table eating along with some words about the group. Titles Featured: Side #1) The Rain, The Park & Other Things/5(15).
  8. Vikazahn says:
    Featuring "The Rain, the Park, and Other Things," this debut album by the Cowsills really isn't half-bad mainstream late-'60s pop, with a heavy Mamas & the Papas fixation. It's not nearly as good as the Mamas & the Papas, of course, and doesn't stand up to in-depth listening -- nor are they saying anything quite as profoundly refreshing and personal as what the Mamas & the Papas conveyed on.

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