The Group with No Name

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The Group With No Name
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Cover of Moon Over Brooklyn
Background information

The Group With No Name was an American 1970s rock group, that was signed to Neil Bogart's Casablanca Records. The group included the future actress Katey Sagal.[1] They released one album, Moon Over Brooklyn, and a couple of singles including "Baby Love (How Could You Leave Me)" (Casablanca 860, 1976), with no commercial success.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Moon Over Brooklyn

Singles[edit]

  • "Baby Love (How Could You Leave Me)" b/w "All I Need"
  • "Roll On Brother" b/w "Never You Mind"

Members[edit]

Jimmy Lott[edit]

Jimmy Lott was part of the original group he and Allen Miles wrote all the music on the album along with Katey Sagal who co wrote, "Never You Mind". The title song, "Moon Over Brooklyn" achieved critical acclaim and was re-recorded by Canadian superstar Anne Murray . He has an album out called, "Not Enough Love " that was released in 2007. He moved away from the L.A. scene and resides with his wife and daughter in Portland, Oregon.

Bob Babbit[edit]

Bob Babbit was a very famous, successful bass player. He recorded with Funk Brothers.

Alan Schwartzberg[edit]

Alan Schwartzberg was known as the best disco drummer in New York City. He was not part of the original group in the band and only played drums in a recording session for their album.

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