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Atlanta Rhythm Section - Songs


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The Atlanta Rhythm Section was a 1970s Southern rock band formed in Doraville, GA. This group's best known songs include "Doraville" (1974), "So In To You" (1977) and "Imaginary Lover" (1978). The Atlanta Rhythm Section, whose key members included former members of the Candymen and the Classics IV, remade one of the Classic IV's hits from 1968, "Spooky," which made the Top 40 in 1979. Their last charted song, "Alien," was in 1981.

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Atlanta Rhythm Section

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