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  1. Unknown Artist ‎– 12 Top Songs From Britain Label: Studio 33 Records ‎– , Studio 33 Records ‎– 10 , Studio 33 Records ‎– HOL/5(2).
  2. New Releases Now - Sign up to find top new songs of and videos from the best new albums! Discover and listen to new music releases and 's best new album releases this week and every week here. Hear the hot songs of the year and all important new cd releases of in one place.
  3. "An English Production 12 Super Hits From England's 'Top 20' With An Fantastic English Sound And Great Artists". The songs are not originals, performed by unknown artists which are not indicated. Probably these were some studio bands and artists.4/5(4).
  4. "Build Me Up Buttercup" is a song written by Mike d'Abo and Tony Macaulay, and released by the Foundations in with Colin Young singing lead vocals. Young had replaced Clem Curtis during and this was the first Foundations hit on which he sang. It hit No. 1 on the Cash Box Top and No. 3 on the US Billboard Hot in early It Format: Vinyl record (7-inch).
  5. Jul 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - BUILD ME UP BUTTERCUP -Erica Banzuelo cover (Lyrics) YouTube Can You Feel The Love Tonight (The Lion King) - Elton John (Boyce Avenue ft. Connie Talbot cover) - Duration.
  6. The Foundations were a British soul band, active from to The group, made up of both West Indians and Caucasians, is best-remembered for their two biggest hits, Baby, Now That I've Found You (a No. 1 hit in the UK singles chart, and subsequently Top 10 in the US); and Build Me Up Buttercup (a chart topper in the Billboard Hot ), co-written by Michael d'Abo, vocalist with Manfred Mann.
  7. January The Foundations - Build Me Up Buttercup - Charted January 4th, - #3 Madeline Bell - Step Inside Love - Charted January 11th, - # Manfred Mann - Fox on the Run - Charted January 18th, - #97 Cream - Crossroads - Charted January 25th, - #28 Deep Purple -.
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  9. The band broke up in and some members carried on, most obvious were Clem Curtis who came back and formed another Foundations group, Colin Young with a rival Foundations (The New Foundations) and Allan Warner in the Progressive Rock Group Pluto. This album gives a good serve up on the band in their time as the top soul group in Great Britain.5/5(4).

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