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  • Miron2004

    Oh ... how long ago they did not listen ...

    December 2014
  • Tr1xx

    "Rainbow Valley", "Bringing On...", and particularly "A Day Without Love" . . . totally classic 60s choons. "Everlasting Love" ain't too shabby either.

    May 2014
  • kluk_jako_buk

    One would think Everlasting Love was more popular. Shame.

    April 2014
  • CDPETE01

    I only have a best of but surprising how many of the tracks are so well known on the radio

    February 2013
  • igorgeneration

    i remember to have a cd, on my childhood, that had "everlasting love". This cd dissapear and i was looking this for ages...<3

    May 2012
  • CDPETE01

    147,000 plays 14 shouts thats how many illeterate people

    August 2011
  • ilsonowl

    Help sort out the pictures on the Amen Corner ... it's been hijacked by some death metal band !

    May 2011
  • Nitrosoxide

    "Everlasting Love" made our Indie Rock Playlist this month because of the song's summerish feeling! Check out the other great bands as well Anyone a fan of anything else? Discuss at our playlist group

    July 2010
  • bill014

    What LastFM fails to realise is that, in 1968, only the Beatles sold more records! Fantastic voice of Steve Ellis, always amazed why more people never supported them.

    June 2010
  • ejtc1

    Last still has the ability to surprise me. 60k plays; where is everyone?

    May 2010
  • Tr1xx

    If I could edit my first shout (from a few years ago), I'd also add "A Day Without Love" which is another seldom heard classic

    May 2010
  • nickperry7

    Who is 'Here To Stay' by?

    March 2009
  • juanyodj

    Love Affair in Ultra Music Festival 09 Miami. More information:

    March 2009
  • massamuttti

    the sun always shines

    December 2008
  • Pluto_Of_Pluto

    Amen, brother

    March 2007
  • Tr1xx

    An under-appreciated band nowadays. Everlasting Love, Rainbow Valley & Bringing on Back the Good Times were some of the truly classic pop songs of the late 60s

    November 2006