Let's Live for Today is the second studio album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in July 1967 by Dunhill Records. A new group was brought in for this album which included Creed Bratton, Rick Coonce, Warren Entner and Rob Grill. It features their first top-ten hit by the same name, "Let's Live for Today". The bulk of the compositions are by group creators Sloan and Barri, but the new group was allowed to compose four songs and was given some input in the studio instrumentation
Let's Live For Today" (originally by The Rokes). When I think of all the worries That people seem to find And how they're in a hurry To complicate their minds By chasing after money And dreams that can't come true I'm glad that we are different We've better things to do May others plan their future I'm busy loving you. One, two, three, four Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today (Hey, hey, hey) Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today And don't worry 'bout tomorrow, hey Sha-la-la-la-la-la, live for today Live for today. We were never meant to worry The.
Let's Live for Today" sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc. With Rob Grill as lead singer, they recorded a third version of "Where Were You When I Needed Yo. The band continued in a similar hit-making vein for the next five years (1967–1972). The Grass Roots played at the Fantasy Fair and Magic Mountain Music Festival on Sunday, June 11, 1967, in the "Summer of Love" as "Let's Live for Today" was at and climbing
Where Were You When I Needed You is the debut studio album by the American rock band The Grass Roots, released in October 1966 by Dunhill Records. Most of the album is performed by the songwriter/producer duo of . Sloan and Steve Barri. Some of the album features members of a San Francisco band that became the first Grass Roots. The members who recorded are vocalist Willie Fulton and drummer Joel Larson.
The Grass Roots chronology. Let's Live for Today (1967). The songs were a 50/50 split between outside composers and the group and featured arrangements by Jimmie Haskell. The title song was created in 1966 by the pre-Grass Roots garage group named the 13th Floor. Previous member Kenny Fukomoto was the main composer and Warren Entner and Rick Coonce helped with the arrangements. The song featured a sustained fuzz guitar and Eastern influences giving it a psychedelic flavor. This theme was continued with other group-composed songs.
Listeners in 1967 were probably disappointed that there was nothing on the album as dramatic or memorable as the title track, but everything else is solid folk-rock with a pretty hard edge, which allows it to stand quite well alongside rival releases by the Beau Brummels, the Cryan Shames, the Blue Things, et al. Most of the music here is derived from the . Sloan/Steve Barri songwriting and production team, spiced with four surprisingly strong originals - mostly drawn from the original demo tape that they submitted as the 13th Floor - by the band members themselves.
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