The Lovin Spoonful 1967
The Lovin Spoonful 1967
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The Lovin Spoonful from 1967, text which came with the picture 'Two founding members of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the Lovin’ Spoonful explore the sixties folk rock quartet’s formation in New York City, earning their stripes in sweat-drenched clubs, the pitfalls of playing one-nighters in the twenty-tens, if they ever grow weary of the same setlist, cross-generational audiences, sweet Georgia influences, and a dose of good time jug band music. In the accompanying still all is definitely well for drummer-backing vocalist Joe Butler, rhythm guitarist-songwriter-frontman John Sebastian with protruding muttonchops, bassist Steve Boone in a copper turtleneck sweater, and cigarette-cradling, cowboy hat-wearing lead axeman Zal Yanovsky in 1967, possibly taken in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Photography by Henry Diltz
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Views: 417
Uploaded: Jul 19 2021
Photos: 173
Subscribers: 121
Description
The Lovin Spoonful from 1967, text which came with the picture 'Two founding members of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the Lovin’ Spoonful explore the sixties folk rock quartet’s formation in New York City, earning their stripes in sweat-drenched clubs, the pitfalls of playing one-nighters in the twenty-tens, if they ever grow weary of the same setlist, cross-generational audiences, sweet Georgia influences, and a dose of good time jug band music. In the accompanying still all is definitely well for drummer-backing vocalist Joe Butler, rhythm guitarist-songwriter-frontman John Sebastian with protruding muttonchops, bassist Steve Boone in a copper turtleneck sweater, and cigarette-cradling, cowboy hat-wearing lead axeman Zal Yanovsky in 1967, possibly taken in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Photography by Henry Diltz