An early folk-rock group of sorts, the Mugwumps made some recordings in the mid-'60s, but the short-lived New York outfit are principally remembered for what their members did after they split up. Cass Elliot and Denny Doherty would become one-half of the Mamas and the Papas; Zal Yanovsky would join the Lovin' Spoonful; and Jim Hendricks was the odd man out, not achieving any notable subsequent fame. Their sessions -- released on obscure posthumous albums that were issued to capitalize on the musicians' subsequent notoriety -- show a tentative act with branches in both folk and straight pop. Seeds of their future folk-rock activities can be heard in the male-female harmonic blends especially, though the material is largely unimpressive, and the arrangements too pop-based to bear much similarity to either the Mamas the Papas or the Lovin' Spoonful. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Mugwumps - Everybody's Been Talkin' 1964 ((Stereo))
The Mugwumps - You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover
The Mugwumps - I'll Remember Tonight - 1964 45rpm
The Mugwumps - I Don't Wanna Know - 1964 45rpm
The Mugwumps - The Mugwumps 1967 Mix
The Mugwumps "The Reason"
The Mugwumps "Don't Give Up"
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