In the 1970s, Grand Funk Railroad was the pinnacle of American rock 'n' roll. First there was the heavy metal power trio, then the powerful hard rock quartet and then after years of loud, in-your-face rock albums and tours, Mark Farner (guitar, vocals), Craig Frost (organ), Mel Schacher (bass) and Don Brewer (drums) went into the studio with producer Jimmy Ienner (Three Dog Night, The Raspberries, The Bay City Rollers) and knocked out 1974's All The Girls in the World Beware!!!, an energetic pop/rock slab steeped in anthemic R&B. Propelled by the soulful harmonies of "Some Kind of Wonderful" and power ballad "Bad Time," Grand Funk Railroad had yet another classic collection under their belt right on par with their hit albums We're an American Band and Shinin' On.
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