With You In My Life I Can Go All The Way


The Raspberries have been featured on three various artists LPs which might explain why my dad only had two of their 45s and no LPs. He was pretty particular about not having songs on multiple discs, unless there were other songs that made it absolutely worth it, like I assume these singles were since one song is on both.

The roomie and I on the other hand often like having different versions and formats, like having a full LP, 7″ single and maybe a 12″ maxi single with remixes on it. We like options!

The Raspberries were an American power pop/pop rock band from Cleveland, Ohio. They had a run of success in the early 1970s music scene with their pop sound. The members were known for their clean-cut public image, with short-hair and matching suits, which brought them teenybopper attention as well as scorn from some mainstream media outlets as “uncool”. The group drew influence from the British Invasion era and its mod sensibility. In both the U.S. and the UK, the Raspberries helped pioneer the power pop music style that took off after the group disbanded.

Raspberries1

Side One

With You in My Life

Side Two

Go All the Way

Raspberries2

Side One

Go All the Way

Side Two

Tonight

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