Had A&M Continued its Foursider Series until the 80s ( A Fantasy for All to Partake just for fun)

Mike Blakesley

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There are a lot of "lesser known" A&M acts that put out enough music to make a Foursider. Rick Wakeman, Tim Weisberg, Fairport Convention, Spooky Tooth..... they could have had a sub-series called "A&M Artists that Didn't Sell FOURSIDERS!"
 

Bobberman

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There are a lot of "lesser known" A&M acts that put out enough music to make a Foursider. Rick Wakeman, Tim Weisberg, Fairport Convention, Spooky Tooth..... they could have had a sub-series called "A&M Artists that Didn't Sell FOURSIDERS!"
Tim Weisberg would have been an Excellent Foursider.
 

Rudy

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Probably would have to use a photo of Gino's chest hair wig for that one...
 

Mike Blakesley

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Depending on how far into the 80s you wanted to take it.... Janet Jackson would have qualified. It might have been a good way to sell some of her "old" tunes that people missed. Package them up with some newer stuff.
 

Bobberman

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Depending on how far into the 80s you wanted to take it.... Janet Jackson would have qualified. It might have been a good way to sell some of her "old" tunes that people missed. Package them up with some newer stuff.
Just a reminder at the beginning of the post i gave the time period of between 1973 to 1988 or 89 just before A&M was sold to Polygram I agree Janet Jackson would definitely fit in.
 
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