SoulTracks Look Back: 5th Dimension

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    In 1967, at a time of racial tension in America, an attractive group of African American singers introduced a breezy, harmony-laden pop/soul sound that appeared to transcend all issues of race, capturing America with their dreamy uplifting version of Jimmy Webb's "Up Up and Away."  The group was the 5th Dimension, and the song was the beginning of an impressive string of light, airy hits that virtually defined California soul.

    CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR BIOGRAPHY, AVAILABLE MUSIC AND VIDEO OF THE 5th DIMENSION

     

     

     

    In 1967, at a time of racial tension in America, an attractive group of African American singers introduced a breezy, harmony-laden pop/soul sound that appeared to transcend all issues of race, capturing America with their dreamy uplifting version of Jimmy Webb's "Up Up and Away."  The group was the 5th Dimension, and the song was the beginning of an impressive string of light, airy hits that virtually defined California soul.

    CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR BIOGRAPHY, AVAILABLE MUSIC AND VIDEO OF THE 5th DIMENSION

     

     

     

     
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