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2022 release, the first new music from the band in nearly 30 years. Starting in 1965, The Cowsills was composed of six siblings, performing their instruments and singing those glorious harmonies as only families can. Originally starting as a regional act (from Newport, Rhode Island), the group was "founded" by Joda Records owners Danny Sims and reggae/pop singer Johnny Nash ("I Can See Clearly Now") in the mid-'60s for whom they recorded a handful of singles before turning towards more national recognition when they were signed to MGM Records in 1967. At this point, the group's mother Barbara and young sister Susan joined the act and they were awarded a Gold record for over one million copies sold of their very first single for MGM, the sublime, "The Rain, The Park & Other Things." This began a series of chart records that dominated the Top 40 for the next three years. Among the classic Cowsills recordings are "We Can Fly," "Indian Lake," "Hair" (from the rock musical Hair), and "Love American Style" (the theme song from the popular ABC-TV show of the same name). The group also recorded and charted with five successful albums during this time period. The band and their story were even the inspiration for the popular 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family. As all families do, the group went through a series of changes, disbanding in 1972. But music never left the soul of this tuneful and melodic kin. Over the years, the group, as individuals, continued to make music and even reunited in 1978 and 1993 to make historic records that are woefully out of print. Now, nearly 30 years after their last recordings as a group, The Cowsills are returning with new music for the new world! Omnivore Recordings is proud to announce the release of Rhythm Of The World. Eleven brand new songs written by the band.
2022 release, the first new music from the band in nearly 30 years. Starting in 1965, The Cowsills was composed of six siblings, performing their instruments and singing those glorious harmonies as only families can. Originally starting as a regional act (from Newport, Rhode Island), the group was "founded" by Joda Records owners Danny Sims and reggae/pop singer Johnny Nash ("I Can See Clearly Now") in the mid-'60s for whom they recorded a handful of singles before turning towards more national recognition when they were signed to MGM Records in 1967. At this point, the group's mother Barbara and young sister Susan joined the act and they were awarded a Gold record for over one million copies sold of their very first single for MGM, the sublime, "The Rain, The Park & Other Things." This began a series of chart records that dominated the Top 40 for the next three years. Among the classic Cowsills recordings are "We Can Fly," "Indian Lake," "Hair" (from the rock musical Hair), and "Love American Style" (the theme song from the popular ABC-TV show of the same name). The group also recorded and charted with five successful albums during this time period. The band and their story were even the inspiration for the popular 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family. As all families do, the group went through a series of changes, disbanding in 1972. But music never left the soul of this tuneful and melodic kin. Over the years, the group, as individuals, continued to make music and even reunited in 1978 and 1993 to make historic records that are woefully out of print. Now, nearly 30 years after their last recordings as a group, The Cowsills are returning with new music for the new world! Omnivore Recordings is proud to announce the release of Rhythm Of The World. Eleven brand new songs written by the band.
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Rhythm Of The World
Artist: Cowsills
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2022 release, the first new music from the band in nearly 30 years. Starting in 1965, The Cowsills was composed of six siblings, performing their instruments and singing those glorious harmonies as only families can. Originally starting as a regional act (from Newport, Rhode Island), the group was "founded" by Joda Records owners Danny Sims and reggae/pop singer Johnny Nash ("I Can See Clearly Now") in the mid-'60s for whom they recorded a handful of singles before turning towards more national recognition when they were signed to MGM Records in 1967. At this point, the group's mother Barbara and young sister Susan joined the act and they were awarded a Gold record for over one million copies sold of their very first single for MGM, the sublime, "The Rain, The Park & Other Things." This began a series of chart records that dominated the Top 40 for the next three years. Among the classic Cowsills recordings are "We Can Fly," "Indian Lake," "Hair" (from the rock musical Hair), and "Love American Style" (the theme song from the popular ABC-TV show of the same name). The group also recorded and charted with five successful albums during this time period. The band and their story were even the inspiration for the popular 1970s sitcom The Partridge Family. As all families do, the group went through a series of changes, disbanding in 1972. But music never left the soul of this tuneful and melodic kin. Over the years, the group, as individuals, continued to make music and even reunited in 1978 and 1993 to make historic records that are woefully out of print. Now, nearly 30 years after their last recordings as a group, The Cowsills are returning with new music for the new world! Omnivore Recordings is proud to announce the release of Rhythm Of The World. Eleven brand new songs written by the band.
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