"Cry, Cry, Cry" followed in the summer of 1968, but failed to match the success of its predecessors; Angellotti was soon dismissed from the line-up, replaced by Ron Fuller who brought a style of drumming akin in style and showmanship to the biggest English bands. After Van Engelen was drafted to serve in Vietnam in early 1969 the Segments recruited new guitarist Daryl Gore, with Torock moving to bass. After changing their name to simply the U.S., they recorded a handful of unreleased tracks before disbanding as the decade drew to a close The band re-formed and changed the name to “Lost Nation” and recorded on the Rare Earth (Motown) label. In 1998, the Cicadelic label released a comprehensive collection of the Segments' music titled Where You Gonna Go? Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide Many years earlier, the Cicadelic release was predated by S.V.R.'s own compilation of released material by the Unrelated Segments and other groups that were recorded by the studio and appeared on its label, as well as those songs licensed to other labels.
This was released as a 12" vinyl LP and on CD, and the recordings were from the original masters, with the compilation mastered by the same studio personnel as the original 45s. This compilation is distinctly different from any later, inferior pirated variations. * Story of My Life / It's Unfair - HBR 514 (1967) * Where You Gonna Go / It's Gonna Rain - Liberty 55992 (1967) * Cry Cry Cry / It's Not Fair - Liberty 56052 (1968) 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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