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  • The Grass Roots - Midnight Confessions

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    The Greass Roots - Midnight Confessions

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  • The Grass Roots Id Wait A Million Years, Midnight Confessions & Lets Live For Today |Ed Sullivan

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    The Grass Roots I'd Wait A Million Years, Midnight Confessions & Let's Live For Today on The Ed Sullivan Show, December 6, 1970. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • The Grass Roots - Greatest Hits HQ Audio

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    01 Let's Live For Today
    02 Things I Should Have Said
    03 Bella Linda
    04 Baby Hold On
    05 Midnight Confessions
    06 Wait A Million Years
    07 Two Divided By Love
    08 Temptation Eyes
    09 Sooner or Later
    10 Heaven Knows
    11 Glory Bound
    12 The River Is Wide

  • Grass Roots - Midnight Confessions

    2:44

    Rob and Warren look so happily wasted! ???????? Note: Creed Bratton is not in this video, as he left the band in 1969. This 1972 lineup includes: Rob Grill, Warren Entner, Reed Kailing (guitar), Virgil Weber (keyboard), and Joel Larson (drums). Check out this recent interview with Warren:

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  • Midnight Confessions

    2:45

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    Midnight Confessions · The Grass Roots

    Lovin' Things

    ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-03-01

    Producer: Steve Barri
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Jimmie Haskell
    Composer Lyricist: Lou Josie

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  • American Bandstand 1969 – October 11, 1969 FULL EPISODE with The Grass Roots

    40:12

    ”Monty Python’s Flying Circus” premieres on BBC One, The “Miracle Mets” defeat the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series, Diana Ross and the Supremes (The Andantes in this case) release their final single “Someday We’ll Be Together”, Paul McCartney appears in public to refute long-standing “Paul is dead” rumors, and UCLA sends the first message, the letters “LO”, (it was supposed to be the word LOG, but the system crashed before they could send the G) to Stanford Research Institute over ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), the primitive forerunner of the internet……it’s October 1969!

    American Bandstand salutes The Grass Roots as Warren Entner and the band appear today to promote their album “Lovjn’ Things”. In addition to “The River is Wide”, used for the Spotlight Dance, and “Pain”, used for the last dance number, the band performs the song “(You Gotta) Live For Love”. Creed Bratton, from “The Office”, played guitar and sang on the album and even appears on the album cover, but he had left the band (or was kicked out) back in April.

    There is precious little information out there on the artist Beau Sybin, other than that he released a few singles in 1969 including the song he sang today. Any Beau Sybin fans out there?

    On the Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 today:
    1) Sugar, Sugar – The Archies
    2) Jean – Oliver
    3) Little Woman – Bobby Sherman
    4) I Can’t Get Next To You – The Temptations
    5) Hot Fun In The Summertime - Sly and the Family Stone
    6) Everybody’s Talkin’ - Nilsson

    11) Suspicious Minds – Elvis Presley
    15) Baby It’s You - Smith
    16) Get Together - The Youngbloods


    I hope you enjoyed todays episode and…just in the off chance, or just in case it should slip your mind or anyone should ever ask you, you’re watching American Bandstand! :)

    Stay safe and healthy everyone!

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  • The Grass Roots - Baby Hold On - original STEREO

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    California's Hit Making Machine Called The Grass Roots Went Through Many Personnel Changes Through The Years. You Could Always Tell A Grass Roots Song Was Playing By The Excellent Horn Arrangements Of Jimmie Haskell. The Brass Became A Signature Sound For The Grass Roots. This Radio Favorite From The Early 70's Features The Late Rob Grill On Lead Vocals (passed away in 2011), Baby Hold On Reached #35 On The Billboard Hot 100 In The Spring Of 1970. Radio Station Jingle Introduction From LA's 93KHJ Radio ! Hear it on internet radio kvkvi.com

  • The Grass Roots - Temptation Eyes *LIVE*

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    The Grass Roots - Temptation Eyes *LIVE*

  • The Grass Roots - Lets Live For Today - STEREO

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    The Summer Of 1967.....Groovin' To Classic Grass Roots. In Memory Of The Late Rob Grill, Lead Singer And Bassist For One Of The Finest Top 40 Bands Of All Time. Here Is Rob's Favorite Grass Roots Tune....The #8 Hit let's Live For Today. Can also be heard on kvkvi.com radio.

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  • The Grass Roots - Sooner or Later

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    The Grass Roots - Sooner or Later

  • Grass Roots - Lets Live For Today

    3:03

    Grass Roots - Let's Live For Today

  • Grass Roots - Two Divided By Love

    3:19

    Kenny Rogers hosts 'Rollin' On The River,' Jan. 1972. *Creed is not in the video... he left the band in 1969.* Band members are: Rob Grill (lead vocals, bass), Dennis Provisor (keyboards), Warren Entner (guitar), Brian Naughton (lead guitar), Joe Pollard (drums).

  • Grass Roots

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    Grass Roots (feat. Kuntry Twang) · SMO · Kuntry Twang

    Grass Roots

    ℗ 2012 Big Smo Inc.

    Executive Producer: Big Smo
    Vocals: Big Smo
    Producer: Big Smo Inc.
    Producer: DJ Orig
    Producer: J. Nelson Ent.
    Producer: John Conner
    Masterer: South Side Sound
    Writer: Big Smo

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  • The Grass Roots - Id Wait A Million Years - STEREO

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    ***In Memory Of Lead Singer Rob Grill......1943 - 2011*** Some Of The Most Fantastic Top 40 Hit Records Came From The Grass Roots. Making Hits Is What It Was All About For These Guys From The Mid 60's Through Early 70's. You Could Easily Identify A Grass Roots Tune On The Radio...Because Most Of Them Reached Out To Grab You With Catchy Hooks, High Profile Horns And Superb Vocals. I'd Wait A Million Years Is One Of Those Great Recordings. It Made It To #15 On The Hot 100 In 1969 And Is Presented Here In HD STEREO. Lead Vocals From The Late Rob Grill Who Passed Away At Age 67 On July 11, 2011. Thank You Rob For Your Stellar Contribution To The World Of Music. RIP. Hear the Grass Roots on internet radio kvkvi.com

  • Temptation Eyes

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    Temptation Eyes · The Grass Roots

    Leaving It All Behind

    ℗ 1970 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-11-01

    Producer: Steve Barri
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Phil Kaye
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Rob Grill
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Warren Entner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Rick Coonce
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dennis Provisor
    Composer Lyricist: Dan Walsh
    Composer Lyricist: Harvey Price

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  • Whatever Happened To The Grass Roots?

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    This episode contains some interesting information on my own personal experiences with the Grass Roots.

  • American Bandstand 1970 - Baby Hold On, The Grass Roots

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    Airdate: May 16, 1970

    It’s the start of a new decade. Fashion, music, and social norms are changing at an alarming rate - especially to the older generation, the President will soon face impeachment, the nation is sharply divided politically, and our soldiers have been fighting for years overseas in a war that appears to have no end in sight.

    “Baby Hold On” was not a big hit for The Grass Roots, but it looks like it would be fun to dance to as its got a good beat and well…you know. The song just entered the Billboard charts last week and will peak at #35 in 6 weeks.

    We see some of the 60’s staples still dancing today including Frank Vanderpuil (on the tall riser at 0:42), Don Sanuskar & Pat Dickinson (2:14), and Famous Hooks & Theodosia Dayton (1:18). Also dancing today are fairly new “regulars” Andy Soto & Charlotte Regalado (2:28)

  • Sooner Or Later

    2:41

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    Sooner Or Later · The Grass Roots

    Move Along

    ℗ 1971 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1972-01-01

    Producer: Steve Barri
    Associated Performer, Horn Arranger: Jimmie Haskell
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Phil Kaye
    Composer Lyricist: Adeneyi Paris
    Composer Lyricist: Mitch Bottler
    Composer Lyricist: Ted McNamara
    Composer Lyricist: Gary Alan Zekley
    Composer Lyricist: Ekundayo Paris

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  • Wait A Million Years

    3:20

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    Wait A Million Years · The Grass Roots

    Leaving It All Behind

    ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-11-01

    Producer: Steve Barri
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Jimmie Haskell
    Associated Performer, Recording Arranger, String Arranger: Sid Feller
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Rob Grill
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Warren Entner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Rick Coonce
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Dennis Provisor
    Composer Lyricist: Mitch Bottler
    Composer Lyricist: Gary Zekley

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  • The Grass Roots Heaven Knows 1969

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    1969 hit for the Grass Roots.

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  • Grass Roots Live

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    Grass Roots Live - Rob Grill, Dennis Provisor, Joel Larson, and Glen Shulfer recorded at Clarissa Ballroom in Clarissa Minnesota on October 28, 1977.

  • The Grass Roots Temptation Eyes on The Ed Sullivan Show

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    The Grass Roots Temptation Eyes on The Ed Sullivan Show, December 6, 1970. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • Grass Roots - Bella Linda

    2:54

    From December, 1968.

  • THE GRASS ROOTS - POWERS OF THE NIGHT

    35:51

    The last album The Grass Roots released . Please Like & Subscribe

  • lets live for today the grass roots 1967

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  • Villebillies Grass Roots Louisville In Motion 4K. A timelapse tour of Louisville Kentucky.

    3:47

    By Eric Stemen - We do not own this video, because several fans have suggested that we re-upload it with our song Grass Roots we decided to give it a shot and see how long it would last.

    Original Video:


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    Below is the original description:
    This is a montage of timelapses taken around Louisville, Kentucky over the course of roughly a year and a half.
    I started this project off on February 28, 2012 and took my last shot on September 13, 2013.
    Through this video I've explored more of Louisville than I ever thought I would, and met some friendly people along the way.
    This was originally going to be my first timelapse video, but I didn't have enough to finish it in 2012. While waiting for leaves to return to the trees in Louisville, I headed to eastern Kentucky and shot for a week around there and released the second timelapse video I started on before releasing this one. When you don't place a time limit on yourself you can get some really good shots, but end up taking a long time to make something as close to perfect as possible.

  • The Grass Roots - Feelings

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  • Two Divided By Love

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    Two Divided By Love · The Grass Roots

    Move Along

    ℗ 1971 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1972-01-01

    Producer: Steve Barri
    Producer: Rob Grill
    Producer: Warren Entner
    Associated Performer, String Arranger, Recording Arranger: Jimmie Haskell
    Composer Lyricist: Dennis Lambert
    Composer Lyricist: Brian Potter
    Composer Lyricist: Marty Kupps

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  • Grass Roots - Walking Through The Country

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    Dennis Provisor on lead vocals. From a March, 1970 show.

  • The Grass Roots - Lets Live For Today Subtitulos Castellano

    2:50

    The Grass Roots - Let's Live for Today (1967)

  • The Grass Roots - Sooner Or Later - original STEREO

    3:14

    California's Hit Making Machine Called The Grass Roots Went Through Many Personnel Changes Through The Years. You Could Always Tell A Grass Roots Song Was Playing By The Excellent Horn Arrangements Of Jimmie Haskell. The Brass Became A Signature Sound For The Grass Roots. This Radio Smash From The Early 70's Features The Late Rob Grill On Lead Vocals (passed away in 2011), Sooner Or Later Reached #9 On The Billboard Hot 100 In The Summer Of 1971. Radio Station Jingle Introduction From LA's 93KHJ ! Hear it on internet radio kvkvi.com

  • GRASS ROOTS DINNER FOR 8

    3:02

    Though not a hit for them, Creed Bratton actually wrote my favorite Grass Roots song.

  • Grass Roots - Let It Go

    3:35

    45 rpm from 1971. This is the soulful, bluesy B-side of Two Divided by Love.

  • THE GRASS ROOTS- ITS A CRYIN SHAME

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    Posted from the Grass Roots' 1975 VINYL album titled The Grass Roots. Rob Grill and Dennis Provisor alternate singing parts. This is another song written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter who wrote a few songs for the Grass Roots. In 1971, Gayle McCormick sang this song to #44 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became a Top Ten hit on the Adult Contemporary chart. LYRICS: Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame we
    don't have it no more.
    Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame we
    don't have it no more.
    Readin' your letter
    I didn't know whether
    To call you up and talk again.
    When I saw the name you signed,
    Goin' through my mind
    Was a memory of way back when.
    Now all I can wish you
    Is good love baby.
    Sorry that it couldn't be me.
    Because it felt so right,
    If we'd held on tight,
    I'd be with you tonight.
    We never should have let our
    Love walk out the door
    It's a cryin' shame we
    don't have it no more.
    Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame we
    don't have it no more.
    I won't forget the summer
    My heart was like a drummer
    Just beatin' ev'ry night away.
    Walkin' in the sun with you,
    Baby we were one, I knew
    Love was nearly ours to stay.
    Now all I get to keep
    Is this faded picture,
    You belong to him today.
    And the memory
    Of a you and me
    Is just a used to be.
    We never should have let our
    Love walk out the door
    It's a cryin' shame
    We don't have it no more.
    Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame
    We don't have it,
    Shame we don't have it, honey.
    Love fell at my feet
    It's a cryin' shame
    The bitter isn't the sweet.
    Ohh, love slipped through my hands
    It's a cryin' shame
    I can't play in your band.
    Oh, oh. Oh, oh.
    I'm so sorry, baby
    So, so sorry, baby.
    Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame
    We don't have it no more.
    (Shame we don't have it no more).
    Love walked out the door
    It's a cryin' shame
    We don't have it no more.
    WRITERS: Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter

  • The Grass Roots - Lets Live For Today

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    FREE DOWNLOAD? with sign-up, or stream AD-FREE w/FREE 7-Day Trial on the web or with our Android app: .Also on Apple TV and iOS: Mixed and mastered at SoKnox Studios in Knoxville, TN for DigiTrax Entertainment, Inc. Executive Producer: Joseph Vangieri.

  • The Grass Roots - Love Is What You Make It

    2:58

    Grass Roots Anthology [Original Recordings]

  • Da Grassroots-Price Of Livin HQ

    3:42

    Released:1999
    Producer -- Da Grassroots
    [Featuring] -- Mr. Roam From The Plant

  • King Tubby Meets The Upsetter - People From The Grass Roots

    3:07

    King Tubby Meets The Upsetter - People From The Grass Roots

    At The Grass Roots Of Dub
    Fay Music Inc.
    1974

  • Grass Roots - Warren Entner & Rick Coonce on The Dating Game!

    9:18

    From 1968! Trivia: Deborah Shelton went on to be Miss USA 1970, then an actress during the 70's and 80's.

  • The Grassroots - Feelings 2020 Extended Remix

    3:40

    Hear the The Grassroots' power-pop classic as it should be heard with its hard panned vocals dead centre and with improved stereo imaging. Stripped down, cleaned up and re-built using state of the art spectral editing software. Restored, Remixed and Remastered by 3rd Ear.

  • Sooner or Later ~ The Grass Roots

    2:34

  • The Grass Roots - Youre A Lonely Girl

    2:21

    The Grass Roots (Los Angeles, CA)
    Mr. Jones (A Ballad Of A Thin Man) / You're A Lonely Girl - 7'' - 1965
    Label: Dunhill ( D-4013)

  • Grass Roots – “It’s A Cryin’ Shame” 1975

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    Written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter. Arranged by Michael Omartian and Tom Sellers. Produced by Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter and Rob Grill.

    From the album, “The Grass Roots”

    Ten years after their first recording, “Mr. Jones (Ballad of a Thin Man), the Grass Roots were still actively recording. Rob Grill led the band on this album, having been a member since 1967. The band had been with Dunhill Records from their start until 1973. They signed with Haven Records, a label owned by hit writers/producers, Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter. The label’s best-known act at the time was the Righteous Brothers, who were undergoing a revival with the single, “Rock And Roll Heaven” and the album, “Give It To The People”.

    “The Grass Roots” album didn’t chart but a single from it, the Barry Mann-Cynthia Weil song, “Mamacita” reached #71, the band’s best showing since “Love’s What You Make it” in 1973.

    “It’s A Cryin’ Shame” had been a #44 hit for Gayle McCormick (formerly of the band, Smith) in 1971. Gayle’s version was also produced by Lambert and Potter.

    Sadly, we lost Rob Grill of the Grass Roots in July, 2011.

  • 300 Years At The Grass Roots

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    300 Years At The Grass Roots · King Tubby · Lee Perry

    King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grass Roots Of Dub

    ℗ 2012 VP Music Group, Inc

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  • The Grass Roots - Where Theres Smoke Theres Fire

    3:02

    From The Album Alotta' Mileage(1973)

  • The Grass Roots Heaven knows

    2:33

    From 1969 - The Grass Roots Heaven knows

  • The River Is Wide by The Grass Roots on 1969 ABC-Dunhill LP.

    2:41

    Transferred to digital from original issued record using stereo components on background photo.

  • Da Grassroots - Drama

    3:10

    Da Grass Roots Music - Drama / Living Underwater
    1995 | Vinyl | Black Employed Records | BER53891

  • GRASS ROOTS Ive Got No More To say

    2:48

  • Grass Roots - Live for Today - LIVE

    4:04

    has paid License fees to ASCAP, BMI & SESAC.
    Grass Roots - Live for Today - Live at 60s Reunion Tour with the late great Rob Grill.

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