ABOUTLate 1960s soft rock group led by Dennis Yost (a.k.a. Classics IV; also recorded as the Classics in 1966 for "Pollyanna"). Best known songs include "Spooky" (1968), "Stormy" (1968) and "What Am I Crying For?" (1972).
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- Spooky 1967
(An instrumental version of "Spooky" also became a hit for saxophonist Mike Sharpe (1967), and this song later also became a hit for the Atlanta Rhythm Section (1979).)
Classics IV Featuring Dennis Yost
- Everyday With You Girl 1969
- Stormy 1968
(This song later also became a hit for Santana (1979).)
- Traces 1969
(This song later also became a hit for the Lettermen (1970, as a medley).)
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