More Golden Grass is the second compilation album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in September 1970 by Dunhill Records. It includes the charting single "Temptation Eyes", the charting single "Come On And Say It", and the charting single "Baby Hold On". The album charted at The songs featured unique touches by arrangers Jimmie Haskell and Sid Feller.
More albums from The Grass Roots: Powers Of The Night by The Grass Roots. Let’s Live For Today by The Grass Roots. Feelings by The Grass Roots. Alotta Mileage by The Grass Roots. Move Along by The Grass Roots. Leaving It All Behind by The Grass Roots. Lovin’ Things by The Grass Roots. Where Were You When I Needed You by The Grass Roots. View all albums . More Golden Grass. By: The Grass Roots (1970, Rock). 1. Come On And Say It.
This long-player was the highest-charting album (number 25) ever issued on the Grass Roots, which explains why it is the one most often seen in used record bins.
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Golden Grass is the first compilation album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in November 1968 by Dunhill Records. The LP's release in the fall of 1968 followed the success of the group's highest charting single, "Midnight Confessions". It featured a song written by Carole King and Tony Stern titled "Lady Pleasure", which was previously unreleased by the group, as well as a new single, "Bella Linda", which was originally written (in Italian, as "Balla Linda") by the Italian songwriting duo of Lucio Battisti and Mogol.
Hot Bright Lights
Creed Bratton / Warren Entner / Rob Grill
The Grass Roots
Let's Live for Today
Michael Julien / Ivan Mogull / David Shapiro
The Grass Roots
Steve Barri - Composer Lucio Battisti - Composer Creed Bratton - Composer, Guitar Erik Michael Coonce - Drums Rick Coonce - Composer Warren Entner - Composer, Guitar The Grass Roots - Composer, Primary Artist Rob Grill - Composer, Vocals Michael Julien - Composer Ivan Mogull - Composer David Shapiro - Composer P.F. Sloan - Composer