Spring (American band)


Spring (American band)

Spring were a 1970s pop music duo (known outside the United States as American Spring), made up of sisters Diane Rovell and Marilyn Wilson, who had earlier been members of girl group The Honeys.

As with the earlier Honeys, Beach Boy Brian Wilson (Marilyn's then-husband) played an integral role with Spring, producing much of their recorded material.

A 1972 album release didn't sell well in its time, but has since become a sought-after collectible. Other singles followed, along with album-oriented material, only some of which saw release. The duo unfortunately never caught on widely, and with the divorce between Marilyn and Brian, Spring became dormant.

Rhino Records issued an anthology of Spring's music during 1988, and a 1992 Capitol Records Honeys collection included several previously-unissued Spring tunes. The Honeys also re-formed during the 1990s, to perform locally around Hollywood.

Recordings

(As "Spring")

"Spring" (1972 album released on United Artists Records):
# Tennessee Waltz
# Thinkin' bout you Baby
# Mama Said
# Superstar
# Awake
# Sweet Mountain
# Everybody
# This Whole World
# Forever
# Good Time
# Now That Everything's Been Said
# Down Home

(As "American Spring")

1973 Columbia Records single:
# Shyin' Away
# Fallin' in Love

(Unreleased tracks, released on 1988 Rhino Records Compact Disc "Spring")
# It's like Heaven
# Had to Phone Ya

Other songs:
* Honeycomb
* Snowflakes
* (Just Like) Romeo and Juliet
* Do Ya?
* Slip On Through
* Don't be Cruel
* Sweet Sunday Kind Of Love


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