Love, Peace And Happiness

Album: Love, Peace And Happiness (1969)
Charted: 96
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  • All our love, peace, and happiness
    We're gonna give to you now
    All our love, peace, and happiness
    And you can share yours too

    All our love, peace, and happiness
    We're gonna give to you, yeah
    All our love, peace, and happiness
    You can share yours too

    It's a small step for man
    But it's a giant leap
    For all mankind

    I got love, I got peace
    I got happiness and
    You can have it too, yeah

    Together, we stand
    Divided, we fall
    Love, peace, and happiness
    Is the best part of all

    Oh, love, peace, and happiness
    Oh, love, peace, and happiness
    Oh, love, peace, and happiness
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Comments: 1

  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyPer: {10-15-2019}...
    George Chambers, bass player for the pioneering psychedelic soul rock band, the Chambers Brothers, passed away on October 12th, 2019 at the ageof 88...
    George and his brothers, Lester, Joe, and Willie started singing in church together as children in Mississippi and formed the band in Los Angeles in the mid-1950s...
    They started out as a gospel group but later became known in the LA folk music community and were invited by Pete Seeger to play at the Newport Folk Festival. The band went electric, adding drummer Brian Keenan, making them one of the first interracial bands...
    They embraced psychedelic soul music and had a huge hit in 1968 with “Time Has Come Today"*. They continued to perform and record as the Chambers Brothers until the mid-1970s. George would go back to gospel music and he would occasionally get back together with his brothers and perform...
    May he R.I.P.
    * "Time Has Come Today" just missed making the Top 10 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, on September 15th, 1968 it peaked at #11 for five weeks {wonder if this the record for being at #11}...
    As noted above, "Love, Peace, and Happiness" peaked at #96 on Billboard's Top 100 chart, and that was on February 22nd, 1970 and it remained on the Top 100 for only one week...
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