Treat Her Right
29 Shouts - 291,830 Scrobbles
Treat Her Right was a blues rock group formed in Boston, MA, USA in 1984. The band featured Morphine founder Mark Sandman on guitar, Billy Conway on drums, Dave Champagne on guitar, and Jim Fitting on harmonica. Singing and songwriting duties were shared by all but Conway. Treat Her Right's self-financed debut, Treat Her Right, was released on the small Boston label Soul Selects Records in 1986. It was a modest success; Champagne's "I Got a Gun" and Sandman's cover of James Blood Ulmer's "Where Did All the Girls Come From?" received some play on college radio.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
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