Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - You album download
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Written-By – D. Randell*
|B||I Ain't Lyin'
Written-By – J. Johnson*
- Produced For – Double Bar-R Production Corp.
- Published By – Screen Gems-Columbia Music, Inc.
- Published By – Legacy Music, Inc.
- Arranged By – Artie Schroeck
- Producer – Denny Randell
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|5-10412||Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon*||You / I Ain't Lyin' (7", Single)||Epic||5-10412||France||1969|
|5-10412||Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon*||You (7", Single)||Epic||5-10412||Germany||1969|
|5-10412||Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon*||You (7", Promo)||Epic||5-10412||US||1968|
Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon were an American vocal soul group, prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Originally known simply as The Bandwagon, they were formed in 1967 and featured Artie Fullilove, Billy Bradley, Terry Lewis and lead singer Johnny Johnson (born Johnny Mathis, 20 July 1942, Florida, raised in Rochester, New York)
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In 1969 the group disbanded, and all subsequent releases were billed as Johnny Johnson and His Bandwagon. In effect, the act was basically Johnson plus additional vocalists, who were hired for recording, touring and TV performances. Johnson had not been well for several years, and the pressures of constantly touring during the early 1970s took a heavy toll, and he ended the band.