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who enjoyed the biggest of is eight Billboard Top 40 hits when "I'd Love You To Want Me" peaked at #2, this week in 1972.
For more, be sure to read Gary James' interview with Kent LaVoie, better known as Lobo.
Did You Know?
One of Lobo's early bands, The Rumours, also included Gram Parsons (later of The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brother) and Jim Stafford ("Spiders And Snakes".
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