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Formed at the University of San Francisco in early 1965, We Five had a hit months later with their version of Ian & Sylvia's "You Were On My Mind," which eventually reached #3 on the Billboard charts. The hit record helped popularize folk-rock. Unfortunately, with only one other hit ("Let's Get Together" before the Youngbloods' version hit big), We Five eventually broke up in 1967.

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    My favorite song for the past 4 years, Had to listen to it before I turn 18.
  • Avatar for beezzz
    About half of the songs from their second album "Make Someone Happy" (recorded 1966) sound very much like the Jefferson Airplane's first two albums. It has been said there was never actually a San Francisco sound as such but these two bands could make the case there was, at least circa 1965-1966. It appears they even played some of the same songs live.
  • Avatar for Rapture5212011
    The 'baby boomer' generation of the 50s & 60s really enjoyed their performances & music. Really brings back fond memories while listening via the digital revolution of the internet. God bless ~!
  • Avatar for Mod7Psyche
    their video"The golden age Rock'n'-roll" favorite collection. they are really great sounds band!
  • Avatar for blindguardian14
    Oh man, this is shit!!!
  • Avatar for Thomas_pwgy
    Great band! It's pretty bad that they failed to evolve, like The Byrds for instance, or Jefferson Airplane! Still, an interesting influence on music i think! Beverly and Jackie Deshannon were, i think, one of the first succesful female pop vocalists of America! Grace Slick, Signe Anderson came afterwards!
  • Avatar for Zodiac_Killer
    Only one comment? this is just....fucked up.
  • Avatar for hk94
    Interesting how this band ends up on a ton of compilations, yet is so obscure.

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