Breakin' Down the Walls of Heartache - Johhny Johnson & The Bandwagon Reviews
Description:Audio CD: 27 Oct 2008 / Label: Kent Soul
Newest Review: ... set, you can hear it on Youtube. It kicks off with a simple but catchy piano riff and drums, then the horns kick in before ... more
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JOHNNY JOHNSON AND THE BANDWAGON Early in 1968 an American vocal soul quartet, The Bandwagon, released a couple of singles in their homeland. Neither made much impression on the public, but one, 'Breakin' Down The Walls Of Heartache', came out in Britain, rapidly became a favourite on the radio and in discos, and towards the end of the year it peaked at No. 4 in the chart. Encouraged by this success on the other side of the pond and in Europe, the group came over for TV and live dates, and had two more minor Top 40 hits in Britain within the next year. They also released an album which had been recorded but would probably have remained in the record company ... Read the complete review
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Great compilation, super lyrics and a nice raw sound
Vocals could become irritating after 12 songs