Clover (3)

Clover

Also known as Huey Lewis & Clover
Members of Clover (3): Alex Call, Huey Lewis, John McFee, Johnny Ciambotti, Micky Shine, Sean Hopper
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.clover-infopage.com/

Discography of Clover (3):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Unavailable 10 Audio 1977 Vertigo
2 Clover 10 Audio 1977 Mercury
3 Chicken Funk 2 Audio 1976 Vertigo
4 Child Of The Streets 4 Audio 1977 Philips
5 Chain Gang 2 Audio 1977 Vertigo
6 Unavailable 11 Audio 1977 Vertigo
7 Love On The Wire 10 Audio 1977 Mercury
8 Love On The Wire 10 Audio 1977 Vertigo
9 Clover 10 Audio 1970 Fantasy
10 Shotgun / Wade In The Water 2 Audio 1970 Fantasy
11 Love On The Wire 10 Audio 1977 Vertigo
12 Wade In The Water / Stealin' 2 Audio 1970 Fantasy
13 Love Love 2 Audio 1977 Vertigo
14 Fourty Niner 11 Audio 1971 Fantasy
15 Streets Of London 2 Audio 1977 Vertigo
16 Clover 10 Audio 1970 Fantasy
17 I Lie Awake (And Dream Of You) 2 Audio 1977-02-18 Vertigo
18 The Clover Chronicle - The Best Of The Fantasy Years 12 Audio 1978 Fantasy
19 The Sound City Sessions 18 Audio 2008 Sonic Past Music
20 Clover 10 Audio 1970 America records
21 Clover 10 Audio 1970 America records
22 Come / Monopoly 2 Audio 1971 America Records
23 Shotgun / Stealin' 2 Audio Liberty
24 Clover And Fourty Niner 21 Audio 2012 Real Gone Music
25 There Is No Substitute For Real Magic 3 Audio 1977 Vertigo


Clover had a two part career, the first in the late 1960's and early 1970's in the US and the second in the later 1970's in the UK.

The group was formed in San Francisco in 1967 when Johnny Ciambotti joined up with John McFee, Alex Call and Mitch Howie who were members of a group called the Tiny Hearing Aid Company. Clover's first gig was July 4 1967.

They performed around the Bay Area over the next two years eventually signing with Fantasy in 1969. They recorded two albums and one single for Fantasy in the early 1970's. Eventually an expanded line-up of the group moved to the UK in 1975 or early 1976. There they released two further albums. The group broke up in 1978 after returning to the US.

The group is most well known outside the US for their version of Route '66 in the Levis Jeans commercial.


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