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Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds

Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds hold a special place in the annals of rock and not just for their oldies station perennial "Don't Pull Your Love (Out)." Imagine if Graham Nash left Crosby, Stills and Nash yet the band didn't bother to change their name. That's exactly what happened here.

Dan Hamilton, Joe Frank Carollo, and Tommy Reynolds played together in a variety of Los Angeles groups, scoring a hit as part of the T-Bones, a studio group whose "No Matter What Shape Your Stomach's In" was based on a popular Alka Seltzer jingle. Inspired by the summery AM radio pop of Three Dog Night, the trio formed the extremely similar Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds in 1970, signed with Dunhill Records and immediately scored a Top Five hit with "Don't Pull Your Love (Out)." None of the follow-up singles had any success, and Tommy Reynolds left the group in 1973. In an act of cynicism unparalleled in rock & roll, either Hamilton and Carollo or (more likely) Dunhill drafted singer Joe Carrero to take Reynolds' place, yet didn't change the name of the band! The assumption must have been that it was foolish to risk what little name recognition the floundering group already had. It worked, because the refurbished trio hit number one with 1975's "Fallin' In Love" before disappearing for good. Dan Hamilton died of a stroke in December 1994. ~ Stewart Mason
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Barry Williams Presents: 70s Music Explosion

Disc 1

1. Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)

2. Saturday Night

3. Come And Get Your Love

4. Love Train

5. Knock Three Times

6. Little Willy

7. Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me

8. It Never Rains In Southern California

9. Best Of My Love

10. Everybody Plays The Fool

12. I Can See Clearly Now

13. You Make Me Feel Like Dancing

14. Lady Marmalade

15. Mr. Big Stuff

16. Indian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian)

17. Cover Of The Rolling Stone

18. Alone Again (Naturally)

19. Gonna Fly Now

20. Wildfire

Disc 2

1. Magic

2. Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)

3. Seasons In The Sun

4. Play That Funky Music

5. My Maria

6. One Toke Over The Line

7. Afternoon Delight

9. I Can Help

10. Magnet And Steel

11. Turn The Beat Around

12. Ring My Bell

13. Beach Baby

14. O-O-H Child

15. In The Summertime

16. Sometimes When We Touch

17. Rose Garden

18. Brother Louie

19. Brand New Key

20. Please Come To Boston

Disc 3

1. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown

2. Crocodile Rock

3. Don't Pull Your Love

4. She's A Lady

6. Jackie Blue

7. Bad Blood

8. Escape (The Pina Colada Song)

9. I'm Not In Love

10. Drift Away

11. Indiana Wants Me

12. Heartbeat (It's A Love Beat)

13. Billy, Don't Be A Hero

14. The Morning After

15. Y.M.C.A.

16. Spiders And Snakes

17. Signs

19. Montego Bay

20. If I Can't Have You

Disc 4

1. Saturday In The Park

2. Sunshine

3. I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)

4. Midnight At The Oasis

5. December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night)

6. Summer Breeze

7. I'd Really Love To See You Tonight

8. Rock Your Baby

9. Baby I'm-A Want You

10. Give Me Just A Little More Time

11. Le Freak

12. Moonlight Feels Right

13. I'd Love You To Want Me

14. Rock And Roll Heaven

15. (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty

17. Sky High

18. Cat's In The Cradle

20. Shannon

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Track List: Soft Rock, Vol. 2

Disc 1

1. No Matter What

2. Hang On Sloopy

3. Lonely Boy

5. Beach Baby

6. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?

7. This Diamond Ring

8. In The Summertime

9. Drift Away

10. Fallin' In Love

12. Reflections Of My Life

Disc 2

1. Still The One

2. Magic

3. Get Ready

4. Fox On The Run

5. Fooled Around And Fell In Love

6. Billy Don't Be A Hero

8. Arizona

9. Me You And A Dog Named Boo

11. My Maria

12. Undercover Angel

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kfar0
Love the music that was written and performed in the 1970's
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This is a great song
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❤❤❤❤❤
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hlore58
"Gonna take that big, white bird and fly right outta here...."
Yes! The late 60's and early 70's debuted the first Boeings 707 and 747, a huge aviation first, a sensation, and several songs from the 70's reference jet planes. ( ie. Steve Miller- Big ole Jet airliner )
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Priceless
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Great song...bring s back memories.
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Love this song! This is music for sure! Great memories!
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Whatever happened to music that meant something, music today has no heart,or soul,
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There's the question. Why did music die with the nineties? Or maybe it's just the culture that's dying and music is the canary.
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Hey joe frank!!
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mmbarranti
Ann's last name is Persand. ;-)
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pparad
Don't worry Ann, some of us remember you.
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Love this song...
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Love this song...
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Missing your presence
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Great
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The music back in the seventies was great! Great Memories!
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toyotaokiec
I have heard some Japanese groups with a sound like this(!)
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Love it sweet
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There is no woman in the band
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daniel.fridl e y
Beautiful sound....
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Classic
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great selection!!! !
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I love this song. It's a roller skating classic!
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alaskahome19 5 9
Also known as Hamilton, Joe Frank and Dennison.
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this artist is deficient
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Joe Frank got his start in Leland,MS with a band called Joe Frank and the Knights..We have followed them for years what a great band in their day. We will all miss Danny..what a great voice.
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I thought that this version was an alternative. . I love it though
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pparad
Ann is on drums maybe?
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This is not the original recording! This is either an alternate take or they re recorded it!
There is NO Ann!
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Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds was a 1970s AM soft rock trio from Los Angeles. The original members were Dan Hamilton (guitar/lead vocal), Joe Frank Carollo (bass/vocal) , and Tommy Reynolds
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hmiller759
No. They have it right. There is no Ann - - do you hear a woman's voice?
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pparad
No, this is wrong! It's a quintet: Hamilton, Joe, Frank, Ann, Reynolds.
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kellied
I thought Elvis sang this song!
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I think the 50's & 60s showed a creative burst of energy due to electric instruments becoming accessible to the masses. The 70's showed a furthering growth into most every direction (a maturation). The 80's mirrored the 50's/60's, but driven by electronic devices (drums, synths, etc). The 90's and the ToC - not so memorable. What's going on these days?
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I love Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Reynolds
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bhambro6
I'm only 33 but I love 70's music. To me it dosen't get any better than this!!
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HJF and R are great but... Bread is the mac daddy of memory music
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They just don't make music like this anymore.
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geman
Yes, a wonderfull memory band!
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janieewells
this was one of my family's fave groups of the 70's
we were sadden to learn about Dan Hamilton's death.
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Great slow dance stuff!
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Hey they got the group name correct here...

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