Foundations, The

Foundations, The

Also known as Foundation, Foundation, The, Foundations, New Foundations
Members of Foundations, The: Alan Warner (2), Clem Curtis, Colin Young, Eric Allendale, Peter McBeth, Tony Gomesz

Discography of Foundations, The:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Build Me Up Buttercup

2 mp3 1968 Pye Records
2

Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1967 Pye Records
3

The Foundations

12 mp3 1968 Marble Arch Records
4

Greatest Hits

12 mp3 1975 Pye Records
5

Take A Girl Like You / I'm Gonna Be A Rich Man

2 mp3 1970 Pye Records
6

The Foundations

12 mp3 1968 Marble Arch Records
7

Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1967 UNI Records
8

Build Me Up Buttercup / New Direction

2 mp3 1968 UNI Records
9

Baby, Now That I've Found You / Come On Back To Me

2 mp3 1967 UNI Records
10

Baby Now That I've Found You

4 mp3 1977 Pye Records
11

Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1967 Pye Records
12

Baby Now That I've Found You 1989 Remix

4 mp3 1989 PRT Records
13

Build Me Up Buttercup

12 mp3 1968 UNI Records
14

In The Bad, Bad Old Days

2 mp3 1969 Pye Records
15

Take A Girl Like You / I'm Gonna Be A Rich Man

2 mp3 1970 Pye Records
16

Build Me Up Buttercup / Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1974 Eric Records
17

In The Bad, Bad Old Days

2 mp3 1969 Pye Records
18

I'm Gonna Be A Rich Man / In The Beginning

2 mp3 1970 Pye Records
19

Any Old Time You're Lonely And Sad

2 mp3 1968 Pye Records
20

Nena, Ahora Que Te He Encontrado (Baby, Now That I've Found You)

11 mp3 ANTAR (2)
21

From The Foundations

19 mp3 1991 Repertoire Records
22

That Same Old Feeling

15 mp3 1997 LaserLight Digital
23

From The Foundations

11 mp3 1967
24

Back On My Feet Again / I Can Take Or Leave Your Loving

2 mp3 1968 Pye Records
25

Build Me Up Buttercup

2 mp3 1968 Pye Records
26

Build Me Up Buttercup

2 mp3 1968 Pye Records
27

In The Bad, Bad Old Days

2 mp3 1969 Pye Records
28

Build Me Up Buttercup

3 mp3 1998
29

Where Were You When I Needed Your Love / Love Me Nice 'N' Easy

2 mp3 1977 Summit (6)
30

Where Were You When I Needed Your Love / Love Me Nice 'N' Easy

2 mp3 1977
31

My Little Chickadee

2 mp3 1969 UNI Records
32

Baby Now That I Found You / Build Me Up Buttercup

2 mp3 1979-04-00
33

Build Me Up Buttercup

25 mp3 1998 Castle Select
34

Baby, Now That I've Found You

11 mp3 1968 UNI Records
35

The Best Of

20 mp3 1989-05-13 Helidon
36

The Best Of

20 mp3 1987 PRT Records
37

The Very Best Of The Foundations

19 mp3 1995 Taragon Records
38

Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1984 Old Gold (2)
39

Golden Hour Of The Foundations Greatest Hits

20 mp3 1973 Golden Hour
40

Digging The Foundations

16 mp3 1991 Repertoire Records
41

Baby, I Couldn't See

2 mp3 1969 Pye Records
42

Take A Girl Like You / I'm Gonna Be A Rich Man

2 mp3 1970 UNI Records
43

The Best Of

20 mp3 1987 PRT Records
44

Born To Live, Born To Die

2 mp3 1969 Pye Records
45

Baby, Now That I've Found You

2 mp3 1967
46

Greatest Hits

14 mp3 Tring International PLC
47

Born To Live, Born To Die

2 mp3 1969 UNI Records
48

Baby, Now That I've Found You / Come On Back To Me

2 mp3 1967 UNI Records
49

Baby Now That I've Found You

4 mp3 1971 Pye Records
50

Baby Now That I Found You / Build Me Up Buttercup

2 mp3 1979-04-00
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Formed : 1967 in England, the Foundations evolved out of a group called The Ramong Sound. They were an eight man multi-racial group made up of three white Londoners, four West Indians and a Sri Lankan. For appoximately one and a half months Arthur Brown was in the group. They had a number 1 hit with their first release, "Baby, Now That I've Found You", They followed up with "Back On My Feet Again" which went to number 18 and "Any Old Time (You're Lonely Or Sad)" which got to number 48.
The original lead singer Clem Curtis and another member tenor sax player Mike Elliott left in 1968. The Foundations had two more big hits with Curtis's replacement, lead singer Colin Young. "Build Me Up Buttercup" went number 2 in 1968 and In The Bad Bad Old Days" which went to number 8 in 1969. The group's last chart entry was with their own composition "Born To Live, Born To Die" which charted number 46.
The group disbanded towards the end of 1970. Since the 1970's Clem Curtis has continued to perform in a revived version of the group, and he and original guitarist Alan Warner have recorded new versions of the Foundations classic tracks.

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