Their biggest hits were "Woman, Woman"; "Over You"; "Young Girl"; and "Lady Willpower.
Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap. Young Girl. Прослушать Скачать 02:41. Gary Puckett & The Union Gap. Lady Willpower Rerecorded. Прослушать Скачать 03:32. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap. Woman Woman Album Version. Прослушать Скачать 02:45. Lady Willpower. Прослушать Скачать 03:03. Young Girl Re-Recording. Прослушать Скачать 02:42. Say You Don't Need Me. Прослушать Скачать 02:07. I'm Just a Man. Прослушать Скачать 02:19
album: "The New Gary Puckett And The Union Gap Album" (1969). compilation: "Young Girl: The Best Of Gary Puckett And The Union Gap" (2004). Woman, Woman Young Girl Lady Willpower Daylight Stranger Over You Could I? Don't Give In To Him Looking Glass This Girl Is A Woman Now Let's Give Adam And Eve Another Chance I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself Keep The Customer Satisfied Life Has Its Little Ups And Downs Gentle Woman.
Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –Say You Don't Need Me. 2:56. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –Can You Tell. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –Let's Give Adam and Eve Another Chance. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –The Mighty Quinn. Party Tyme Karaoke –Over You (Made Popular By Gary Puckett & Th. :21. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –Over You. 3:16. Gary Puckett and The Uniion Gap –Woman Woman.
Incredible (Gary Puckett & The Union Gap album). Incredible is the third studio album by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, released in 1968. In contrast to their first two albums, which used cover versions of hit songs for about half their content, Incredible consists entirely of new songs written by the band members themselves and/or their producer, Jerry Fuller. The album landed on the Billboard 200 chart, reaching No. 20, being the group's top charting album.
So, yeah, I was a fan of Gary Puckett and the Union Gap. I liked enough of their songs that I bought a couple of their vinyl albums and a couple of singles with picture sleeves. By chance I even saw Gary Puckett in the mid '80s when he was on the bill with the Turtles' Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman and the reformed Mamas and Papas (or maybe it was the Association) in a package tour of popular '60s artists (and yes, Puckett sounded great then, too, as did they all that night). In the Digital Age I'd bought two of the Union Gap's "hits" CDs. Make that three