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Margo Guryan

Margo Guryan

Margo Guryan


Margo Guryan is a singer/songwriter who is best known for her 1968 album "Take A Picture". During the highpoint of her career, her songs were recorded by some of pop music’s most important stars: Mama Cass, Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell, Astrud Gilberto, Julie London, Jackie DeShannon, Carmen McCrae, The Lennon Sisters, and Claudine Longet. Her first song to be recorded was "Moon Ride" by the jazz singer Chris Connor in 1958, while she was still in high school. Read more on Last.fm
Margo Guryan is a singer/songwriter who is best known for her 1968 album "Take A Picture". During the highpoint of her career, her songs were recorded by some of pop music’s most important stars: Mama Cass, Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell, Astrud Gilberto, Julie London, Jackie DeShannon, Carmen McCrae, The Lennon Sisters, and Claudine Longet. Her first song to be recorded was "Moon Ride" by the jazz singer Chris Connor in 1958, while she was still in high school. Later, there were two hit versions of the Margo Guryan-penned "Sunday Morning" released a year apart in the late 1960s — the first by Spanky And Our Gang, and the second by Oliver (who had previous success with "Good Morning Starshine" and "Jean"). Although she preferred writing songs that others could record and perform, in 1968 Margo recorded and released an album entitled "Take a Picture". Although the success of this record back then was limited, it has since become a much sought-after collector’s item. "Take A Picture" was reissued in 2000 by Franklin Castle Records.

A collection of demos entitled 25 Demos has also been made available. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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