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Warner Brothers Inner Sleeve advertising The Association's first and third albums.


45 rpm Singles (continued)


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The Association, Time For Liviní / Birthday Morning, Warner Brothers Records [Australia] #7195 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Time For Livin'" written by Don and Dick Addrisi.
"Birthday Morning" written by Yester-Carmel.
Production and sound by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Windy / Never My Love, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #7119 (1969).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record Reissue]


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The Association, Windy / Never My Love, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #7119 (1969).[45 rpm Record Reissue]

Produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Windy / Never My Love, Warner Brothers Records [Ireland] #WB.7119 (1969).[45 rpm Record Reissue]

Produced by Bones Howe.



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The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records-Seven Arts Records #7267 (1969).[45 rpm DJ  /  Promo Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records-Seven Arts Records #7267 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records [New Zealand] #B.7267 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.



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The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records [Australia] #7267 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.


The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records [Germany] #A 7267 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Goodbye, Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #WB 7267 (1969).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.



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The Association, Goodbye Columbus / The Time It Is Today, Warner Brothers Records-Seven Arts Records [UK] #WB 7267 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Goodbye, Columbus" written by Jim Yester and produced by John Boylan.
"The Time It Is Today" written by Russell Giguere and produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Under Branches / Hear In Here, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #7277 (1969).[45 rpm DJ  /  Promo Record]

"Hear in Here" written by Ted Bluechel, Jr.



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The Association, Under Branches / Hear In Here, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #7277 (1969).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

"Hear in Here" written by Ted Bluechel, Jr.


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The Association, Under Branches / Hear In Here, Warner Brothers Records [New Zealand] #B.7277 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

"Hear in Here" written by Ted Bluechel, Jr.



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The Association, Under Branches / Hear In Here, Warner Brothers Records-Seven Arts "Serie Fashion" [France] #WV 5123 (1969).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

"Hear in Here" written by Ted Bluechel, Jr.


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The Association, Goodbye, Columbus / Under Branches, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #PRO 324 (1969).[45 rpm DJ  /  Promo Record]



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The Association, Yes I Will  /  I Am Up For Europe, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #7305 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by John Boylan and The Association.

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The Association, Yes I Will  /  I Am Up For Europe, Warner Brothers Records [New Zealand] #B.7305 (1969).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by John Boylan and The Association.


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The Association, Yes I Will  /  I Am Up For Europe, Warner Brothers Records [Germany] #A 7305 (1969).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

Produced by John Boylan and The Association.


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The Association, Dubuque Blues / Are You Ready, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #7349 (1969).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]


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The Association, Dubuque Blues / Are You Ready, Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records #7349 (1969).[45 rpm Record]


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The Association, Dubuque Blues / Are You Ready, Warner Brothers [New Zealand] #B.7349 (1969).[45 rpm Record]


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The Association, Windy / Never My Love, Warner Brothers Records [Germany] #A 7119 (1970).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record Reissue]


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The Association, Just About The Same / Look At Me, Look At You, Warner Brothers Records #7372 (1970).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Produced by Curt Boettcher and Keith Olsen.
A Ferriswheel Production.

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From Billboard Magazine, 1970.

The Association, Just About The Same / Look At Me, Look At You, Warner Brothers Records #7372 (1970).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by Curt Boettcher and Keith Olsen.
A Ferriswheel Production.


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The Association, Just About The Same / Look At Me, Look At You, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #WB 7372 (1970).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by Curt Boettcher and Keith Olsen.
A Ferriswheel Production.

The Association, Just About The Same / Look At Me, Look At You, Warner Brothers Records [Canada] #7372 (1970).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by Curt Boettcher and Keith Olsen.
A Ferriswheel Production.



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The Association, Just About The Same / Look At Me, Look At You, Warner Brothers - Seven Arts Records [Italy] #WB 1054 (1970).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

Produced by Curt Boettcher and Keith Olsen.
A Ferriswheel Production.



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The Association, Band One / Band One (Radio Spot For:  The Association Live), Warner Brothers Records #PRO 413 (1970).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]


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The Association, Along The Way / Along The Way, Warner Brothers Records #7429 [Mono / Stereo] (1970).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

"Along The Way" written by James Yester.

Arranged & conducted by John Andrew Tartaglia.
 Produced by John Andrew Tartaglia and Randy Steirling.
A Ferris Wheel Production.


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The Association, Along The Way / Traveler's Guide (Spanish Flyer), Warner Brothers Records #7429 [Mono] (1970).[45 rpm Record]

"Along The Way" written by James Yester.
Arranged & conducted by John Andrew Tartaglia.
Produced by John Andrew Tartaglia and Randy Steirling.
A Ferris Wheel Production.


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The Association, Everything That Touches You / Requiem For The Masses, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #WB 6113 (1971).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record Reissue]

"Everything That Touches You" written by Terry Kirkman.
"Requiem For The Masses" also written by Terry Kirkman.
Produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, Everything That Touches You / Requiem For The Masses, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #WB 6113 (1971).[45 rpm Record Reissue]

"Everything That Touches You" written by Terry Kirkman.
"Requiem For The Masses" also written by Terry Kirkman.
Produced by Bones Howe.


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The Association, P.F. Sloan (mono) / P.F. Sloan (stereo), Warner Brothers Records #7471 (1971).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Produced and Arranged by The Association and Ray Pohlman.
A Ferriswheel Production.


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The Association, P.F. Sloan / Traveler's Guide (Spanish Flyer), Warner Brothers Records #7471 (1971).[45 rpm Record]

Produced and Arranged by The Association and Ray Pohlman.
A Ferriswheel Production.


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The Association, Bring Yourself Home / It's Gotta Be Real, Warner Brothers Records #7515 (1971).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Produced by The Association and Ray Pohlman.
A Ferriswheel Production.



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The Association Featuring Brian Cole, That's Racin' / The Association Featuring Jules Alexander, Makes Me Cry (Funny King of Song), Warner Brothers Records #7524 (1971).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Produced by The Association and Ray Pohlman.
A Ferriswheel Production.


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The Association Featuring Brian Cole, That's Racin' / The Association Featuring Jules Alexander, Make Me Cry (Funny Kind of Song), Warner Brothers-Seven Arts Records [New Zealand] #B.7524 (1971).[45 rpm Record]

Produced by The Association and Ray Pohlman.
A Ferriswheel Production.


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The Association, Along Comes Mary / Cherish, Warner Brothers Records "Back to Back Hits" [Canada] #WB 7105 (1972).[Gold label 45 rpm Record Reissue]


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The Association, Come The Fall / Kicking The Gong Around, Columbia Records #4-45654 [Mono] (1972).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

"Kicking The Gong Around" written by J. Alexander-S. Carey; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Come The Fall / Kicking The Gong Around, Columbia Records #4-45654 [Stereo] (1972).[45 rpm Record]

"Kicking The Gong Around" written by J. Alexander-S. Carey; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon (mono) / Darling Be Home Soon (stereo), Columbia Records #4-45602 (1972).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon / Indian Wells Woman, Columbia Records #4-45602 [Stereo] (1972).[45 rpm Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon / Indian Wells Woman, CBS Records [UK] #CBS S 8062 [Stereo] (1972).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.

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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon / Indian Wells Woman, CBS Records [UK] #CBS S 8062 [Stereo] (1972).[45 rpm Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs

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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon / Indian Wells Woman, CBS Records [Germany] #CBS S 8062 [Stereo] (1972).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Darling Be Home Soon / Indian Wells Woman, CBS Records [Netherlands] #CBS 8062 (1972).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

"Darling Be Home Soon" written by J. Sebastian; arranged by Gelson & Burroughs.


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The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Rainbows Bent, Mums Records #ZS7 6016 (1973).[45 rpm Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.


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The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels
(mono / stereo), Mums Records #ZS7 6017 (1973).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.



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The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Rainbows Bent, Mums Records [UK] #S MUM 1300 (1973).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.

The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Rainbows Bent, Mums Records [UK] #S MUM 1300 (1973).[45 rpm Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.


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The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Rainbows Bent, Epic Records [Germany] #EPC S 1300 (1973).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.


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The Association, Names, Tags, Numbers & Labels / Rainbows Bent, Epic Records [Netherlands] #EPC 1300 (1973).[45 rpm Picture Sleeve Record]

Strings arranged & conducted by Jimmie Haskell.
Vocal arrangements by The Association.
Produced by Albert Hammond & Don Altfeld.


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The Association, Windy / Along Comes Mary / Cherish, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #K 16304 (1973).[45 rpm DJ / Promo Record Reissue]


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The Association, Windy / Along Comes Mary / Cherish, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #K 16304 (1973).[45 rpm Record Reissue]


The Association, One Sunday Morning / Life Is A Carnival, RCA Victor #PB-10217 (1975).[45 rpm Record]


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The Association, Everything That Touches You / Windy, Warner Brothers Records [UK] #K 16637 [Stereo] (1975).[45 rpm Record Reissue]

"Everything That Touches You" written by Terry Kirkman.
"Windy" written by Ruthann Friedman.
Produced by Bones Howe.




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