The Cryan' Shames
8 Shouts - 85,627 Scrobbles
Originally known as The Travelers, this Chicago-based act were clearly influenced by the British music invasion. Indeed, it was their cover version of Sugar And Spice, which had given The Searchers a big U.K. hit back in 1963, that attracted the attention of Columbia, leading them to take over the distribution of their 45. A later cover of Lennon-McCartney's You're Gonna Lose That Girl, which was probably intended as the follow-up, got lost somewhere in their switch from Destination to Columbia and was only aired much later when Happy Tiger included it on their Early Chicago compilation.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Sugar and Spice - (2:30) - 408 plays
- Ben Franklin's Almanac - (1:58) - 82 plays
- Baltimore Oriole - (4:31) - 78 plays
- The Sailing Ship - (3:33) - 67 plays
- If I Needed Someone - (2:18) - 50 plays
- Mr. Unreliable - (2:50) - 45 plays
- It Could Be We're in Love - (2:33) - 54 plays
- We'll Meet Again - (2:05) - 52 plays
- Up on the Roof - (3:25) - 40 plays
- A Carol for Lorelei - (4:02) - 47 plays