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Sing For Very Important People (album) by The Free Design 

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Sing For Very Important People
Sing For Very Important People by The Free Design (1970)
Overall rank: 4,585th   Overall chart history
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71/100 (from 17 votes)
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Accolades: Top albums of 1970 (88th)
Top albums of the 1970s (827th)
Best albums of all time (4,585th)

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From Jimmy Dread 03/10/2014 21:19
Beautifully arranged (perhaps second only to the Carpenters), wonderfully harmonized and evocative in its celebration of childhood - an essential LP for big kids and their little kids too. I'm totally and utterly hooked by this sunshine-pop masterpiece, and if your mind is wired in a similar way perhaps you will be too...
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