RARE BEAT - GARAGE ROCK AND PSYCHEDELIC
THE MOJO MEN
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The Mojo Men were a rock music band, inspired by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, that recorded for the Autumn Records label in San Francisco, California. One of their biggest hits, 1965's "Dance With Me", and a number of other records, were produced by Sylvester Stewart, later better known as Sly Stone. Their many singles never fully displayed the band's considerable songwriting and vocal talents, and after changing their name to the Mojo and finally just Mojo, they disbanded in the late '60s.

MEMBERS:

Jim Alaimo - Bass and Vocals
Paul Curcio - Guitar
Don Metchick - keyboards
Dennis DeCarr replaced by female Jan Errico in 1966 - vocals and drums

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The Mojo Men



Dance With Me / Loneliest Boy In Town
Off The Hook / Mama's Little Baby
France
Vogue INT. 18050
Value: 160

Me About You
When You're In Love
Germany
Reprise RA 0580
Value: 80

New York City
No Too Old To Start Cryin'
Germany
Reprise RA 0661
Value: 80

Sit Down I Think I Love You
Don't Leave Me Crying Like Before
Chile
Reprise 039
Value: 35
PROMO

Sit Down I Think I Love You
Don't Leave Me Crying Like Before
Germany
Reprise 0539
Value: 80

Sit Down I Think I Love You
Don't Leave Me Crying Like Before
Holland
Reprise 0539
Value: 45

Sit Down I Think I Love You
Don't Leave Me Crying Like Before
Italy
Reprise R 02079
Value: 50

Sit Down I Think I Love You
Don't Leave Me Crying Like Before
Spain
Reprise Hispavox H-167
Value: 50

Whatever Happended To Happy
Make You At Home
France
Reprise RV 20143
Value: 50
   

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