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Greatest Hits: The Mamas & The Papas

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California Dreamin'
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Go Where You Wanna Go
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Monday, Monday
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I Call Your Name
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Do You Wanna Dance
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I Saw Her Again
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You Baby
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Dancing Bear
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Words Of Love
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No Salt On Her Tail
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Look Through My Window
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Dancing In The Street
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Dedicated To The One I Love
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Creeque Alley
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Glad To Be Unhappy
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Twist And Shout
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Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)
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My Girl
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Safe In My Garden
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Dream A Little Dream Of Me
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 61:23

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Greatest Hits: The Mamas & The Papas

LuckieLucy

Incredibly Fabulous compilation of 20 songs including all of the most popular song that you know by heart, cover songs done in interesting arrangements, and others that were less popular all combines in an amazing album for those who simply love California Dreamin' and might not be aware of the variety this band has to offer or those of this generation whose albums have lost their place and want MP3's of one of the best bands of the 60's all in one album!

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Mama Cass -- miss you

InstantNEVER

What a shame when Mama Cass died - what a great voice. I hate to think of all the wonderful songs that are unsung.

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They Say All Music Guide

This is the single-CD successor to Creeque Alley, the double-disc career retrospective issued in the early ’90s. All of the hits from “California Dreamin’” to “Dream a Little Dream of Me” are here, along with their more celebrated album tracks, and the notes by Joseph Laredo provide a decent overview of the group’s formation and history. The records have been remastered yet again, although the level of improvement over Creeque Alley seems modest (Creeque Alley sounded really good) compared with that double disc’s improvement over the earlier, wholly inadequate masters from the 1980s. For someone who doesn’t have a lot of money to spend on the band, this is the place to start, superseding all other single-disc hits collections. [Not to be confused with earlier hits compilations, the catalog number on this 20-song collection is MCAD-11740.] – Bruce Eder

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