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Spring were a 1970s pop music duo (known outside the United States as American Spring), made up of sisters Diane Rovell and Marilyn Rovell Wilson, who had earlier been members of girl group The Honeys. Marilyn was married to Brian Wilson for about 15 years (1964-1979).
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UAS 29363 Spring — Spring (9) American Spring* Spring (Album) United Artists Records UAS 29363 Italy 1972 Sell This Version
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Singles & EPs

50907 Good Time — Spring (9) Spring (9) Good Time (Single) United Artists Records 50907 US 1972 Sell This Version
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UP 35.421 Mama Said / Tennessee Waltz — Spring (9) American Spring* Mama Said / Tennessee Waltz (Single) United Artists Records UP 35.421 UK 1972 Sell This Version
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none Now That Everything's Been Said / Awake — Spring (9) Spring (9) / Brian Wilson Spring (9) / Brian Wilson - Now That Everything's Been Said / Awake (Single) United Artists Records none US 1972 Sell This Version
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35 400 A, 35 400 A Good Time / Tennessee Waltz — Spring (9) American Spring* A Good Time / Tennessee Waltz(7", Single) United Artists Records, United Artists Records 35 400 A, 35 400 Germany 1972 Sell This Version
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4-45834 Shyin' Away — Spring (9) American Spring* Shyin' Away (Single) Columbia 4-45834 US 1973 Sell This Version

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tony879

tony879

June 23, 2021
Oh dear. Sounds like Brian pressed the wife into doing an album that she and her friend didn't particularly want to do.
Nice enough pop harmony stuff, but do a couple of Wilson originals and a bunch of poorly done covers constitute a great album?
Nah.
It's pleasant enough but the vocals sound like they can't be bothered and would rather be a thousand miles away from Brian who by this time was full on into his drug madness and mental health issues phase.
Certainly not a psychedelic masterpiece or record of great musical worth by any stretch.
Don't pay more than ten quid for it....

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