The Mamas & The Papas. People Like Us (LP, Album). Probe, ABC/Dunhill Records. I remember Dave Marsh of Rolling Stone and Robert Christgau absolutely savaging this record when it came out - underservedly, really. Yes, it was a last gasp - it came years after the group's official "breakup" and had the scent of a money grab at first. Papa John's lyrics weren't as incisive as they once had been; you could see the toll the H had been taking on him, both musically (and personally, in the cover photos). Yes, it had that slick '70s soft-rock sheen.
The Papas & The Mamas is the fourth studio album by the American folk rock vocal group The Mamas and the Papas. Released in 1968, it was the final album together before the group temporarily broke up before a brief 1971 reunion. Unlike previous studio-recorded albums, The Papas & The Mamas was recorded at the home of John and Michelle Phillips, although with the same production team as on previous albums
People Like Us is the fifth and final studio album released by The Mamas & the Papas, in November 1971 (three years after the group originally split). This album came to be because the former members of the group were still under contract with Dunhill Records. The group had originally been signed to the label when it was run by their original producer Lou Adler, but by 1971, Dunhill's distributor, ABC Records, had purchased the label and discovered the clause in the group's original contract.
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Folk Rock The Mamas And The Papas. Band Name The Mamas And The Papas. Album Name People Like Us. Type Album. Labels MCA Records Geffen Universal Music Group. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. 2. Pacific Coast Highway. 3. Snowqueen of Texas.
The Mamas & the Papas broke up in 1968, but they still owed an album on their contract with Dunhill Records (later absorbed by MCA). So, three years later, they reunited to make People Like Us and complete their obligation. But the release did not rekindle interest in the Mamas & the Papas, and this was their last new album.
People like us, So much in love; People who just trust one another. Ooh, what a dump - Now it's a palace. Where a Dixie cup becomes a chalice. Lassos of love (lassos of love) Twirling around us (twirling around us); A magical space in the city that surrounds us. Now is the time - Blow out the candles. A nursery rhyme too hot to handle so much in love, In love.
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