We Went to Different Schools Together

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We Went to Different Schools Together
Studio album by The Jaggerz
Released 1970
Genre Rock, pop
Label Kama Sutra Records
The Jaggerz chronology
Introducing the Jaggerz
(1969)
We Went to Different Schools Together
(1970)
Come Again
(1975)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

We Went to Different Schools Together is the second album by Pittsburgh rock/pop band the Jaggerz, released in 1970.[2] The album includes the groups' only major successful single, "The Rapper."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Call My Baby Candy" (Ierace)
  2. "Memoirs of the Traveler" (Rock, Ierace, Faiella)
  3. "With a Little Help from My Friends" (Lennon, McCartney)
  4. "Looking Glass" (Rock, Ierace, Faiella)
  5. "The Rapper" (Ierace)
  6. "At My Window" (Rock, Ierace)
  7. "Things Gotta Get Better" (Rock, Davies, Maybray)
  8. "Carousel" (Rock, Davies, Pugliano)
  9. "Don't Make My Sky Cry" (Rock, Davies, Maybray)
  10. "That's My World" (Rock, Davies)

Personnel[edit]

  • Dominic Ierace - guitar, bass, trumpet, vocals
  • Jimmie Ross - tube, trombone, bass, vocals
  • Benny Faiella - guitar, bass, background vocals
  • Thom Davies - organ, piano, trumpet
  • Billy Maybray - bass, drums, vocals
  • Jim Pugliano - drums, background vocals

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