White Plains - My Baby Loves Lovin'
White Plains produced several hit songs, including 1970's "My Baby Loves Lovin'", and 1971's "When You Are A King" (number 13 on the UK Singles Chart) that was translated to Hebrew and sung by the israel singer Shlomo Artzi. The group, formed out of the late 1960s pop/psychedelic band The Flower Pot Men, kept changing their line-up during its relatively short existence. Tony Burrows, who sang on most of the group's charting hits, was the band's original lead singer. The group's top song "My Baby Loves Lovin'", was recorded on October 26, 1969, and was released January 9, 1970 on the Decca Records imprint Deram Records. The band's songs were mainly produced and written by Roger Greenaway and Roger Cook. Tony Burrows, vocals (left after the 1969 recordings) Pete Nelson, piano Robin Shaw, bass Ricky Wolff, guitars, keyboards, flute, saxophone (up to 1973) Ron Reynolds, organ (1973 onwards) Robin Box, lead guitar Roger Hills, drums User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License and may also be available under the GNU FDL.