|1||You Forget Too Easy
Written-By – George Kerr
Written-By – Michael Watson
|3||Hurry Up And Wait
Written-By – G. Kerr*
|4||I'm So Glad I Found You
Written-By – G. Kerr*, L. Roberts*
|5||Only People Can Save The World
Written-By – M. Watson*
|6||Blues Fly Away
Written-By – G. Kerr*, M. Burton*
|7||Why Can't People Be Colors Too?
Written-By – M. Watson*
|8||Ooh Baby Baby
Written-By – W. Robinson*
|ST-1018||Whatnauts*||Whatnauts On The Rocks (LP, Album)||Stang Records||ST-1018||US||1972|
|PLP-6521||Whatnauts*||Whatnauts On The Rocks (LP, Album, RE)||P-Vine Records||PLP-6521||Japan||1990|
|RJ 7096||Whatnauts*||Whatnauts On The Rocks (LP, Album)||Philips||RJ 7096||Japan||1976|
|ST-1018||Whatnauts*||Whatnauts On The Rocks (LP, Album, RE)||Stang Records||ST-1018||US||Unknown|
The Whatnauts were an American soul group from Baltimore, Maryland founded in 1969. George Kerr produced them. The group had several hit singles in the early 1970s, including the socially conscious single "Message From A Black Man" in 1970 on A&I International, "Please Make The Love Go Away" also in 1970 but on Stang, and their biggest success "I'll Erase Away Your Pain" in 1971. They performed with fellow Stang artists The Moments for the hit single "Girls" in 1974.
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The Whatnauts week ends up with 2nd and 3rd album which complete their discography. Both vinyl seems brand new (never played before) so are perfectly ripped on @320. The Whatnauts needed a better name. That’s the main thing. The full original cover has the band sitting on some rocks (real ones), superimposed in a champagne glass! And as with their other records, the production and a fair bit of the songwriting was handled by George Kerr, the master of the east coast harmony sound so the sound is amazingly soulful! (Dusty Groove).
This is the final and least compelling of three Whatnauts LPs issued by Stang Records. Single releases "Blues Fly Away" and "You Forgot Too Easy" did nothing to boost the group's stagnating career. The trio sounds good on remakes of the Miracles' "Ooh Baby, Baby" and the O'Jays' "I'm So Glad I Found You"; they're helped on the latter by a fiery vocal from Linda Jones
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Listen to music from The Whatnauts like I'll Erase Away Your Pain, Help Is On the Way & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Whatnauts. The Whatnauts were an American soul group from Baltimore, Maryland founded in 1969, Gerard 'Chunky' Pinkney, Billy Herndon and Garrett Jones. The group had several hit singles in the early 1970s, including the socially conscious single "Message From A Black Man" in 1970 on A&I International, "Please Make The Love Go Away" also in 1970 but on Stang Records, and their biggest success "I’ll Erase Away Your Pain" in 1971.
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