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Showing recordings 1-10 of 265 that were created in 2010 for songs by The Association. The recordings are sorted by date. Click the year links to view recordings for a different year or the page links further down to view more recordings for the currently selected year.

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Never My Love

By rick_rocks 2 in the Style of The Association
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This song is a treasure

Never My Love

By Veko in the Style of The Association
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Windy

By Jami19 56 in the Style of The Association
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Extremely windy tonight!!!

Never My Love

By kramden 37 in the Style of The Association
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Never My Love

By amarie 56 in the Style of The Association
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Feature song.

Never My Love

By michaelangel2020 53 in the Style of The Association
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Never? long time huh?

Never My Love

By vicmel Featuring hotnewfie_60 22 in the Style of The Association
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Beautiful song from Laverna, once again a pleasure to join her!

Never My Love

By Buttercup5 25 in the Style of The Association
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Never My Love

By _SongBird_ 23 in the Style of The Association
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Windy

By mike_III 2 in the Style of The Association
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"Windy" is a pop music song written by Ruthann Friedman and recorded by The Association. Released in 1967, the song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in July of that year. Later in 1967, an instrumental version by jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery became his biggest Hot 100 hit when it peaked at number forty-four. "Windy" was The Association's second U.S. number-one, following "Cherish" in 1966. During the recording session the Association members, sure that they were in the middle of recording a hit, called the song writer in to sing on the fade at the end. She can be heard singing a blues harmony as the song fades out. Session musician, Hal Blaine was brought in to play drums. Thanks for listening.

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