The Friends of Distinction



The Friends of Distinction

Rating
Active
1968
Location
Los Angeles, California, United States
Biography
The Friends of Distinction are an American vocal group best known for their late 1960s hits, "Grazing in the Grass", "Love or Let Me Be Lonely", and "Going in Circles". Founded by Harry Elston and Floyd Butler, The Friends of Distinction also included Jessica Cleaves and Barbara Jean Love (plus Charlene Gibson, who replaced Love during her pregnancy). Career: The Friends of Distinction formed in 1968 in Los Angeles with original members Floyd Butler, Harry Elston, Jessica Cleaves, and Barbara Jean Love. Butler and Elston had worked together in The Hi-Fi's in the mid 1960s, often opening for Ray Charles.
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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Grazing In The Grass (Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show /1970)

Grazing In The Grass (Performed Live On The Ed Sullivan Show /1970)

The Friends of Distinction April 13, 2010

1 Tracks

Grazin'

Grazin'

The Friends of Distinction March 3, 2009

11 Tracks

The Best of the Friends of Distinction

The Best of the Friends of Distinction

The Friends of Distinction November 26, 1996

20 Tracks

The Best Of Friends Of Distinction

The Best Of Friends Of Distinction

The Friends of Distinction November 17, 1996

20 Tracks

Highly Distinct

Highly Distinct

The Friends of Distinction November 16, 1969

9 Tracks

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