Ed Rambeau is a pop-rock singer-songwriter who had a string of hits in the 1960s. His best known songs include "Concrete & Clay" (1965), "My Name Is Mud" (1965), "The Train" (1965), "Clock" (1965), and "Lover's Medley" (with Marcy Jo) (1963). His many songwriting successes include Diane Renay's 1964 hit songs, "Navy Blue" and "Kiss Me Sailor." Rambeau later became a music producer, and he has also appeared as an actor on Broadway.
- edrambeau.com - Visit Ed Rambeau's website and photo gallery.
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- Concrete And Clay 1965
(This song also became a hit for Unit Four Plus Two (1965).)
- Don't Believe Him 1965
(B-side of "Concrete And Clay")
- I Just Need Your Love 1965
(B-side of "My Name Is Mud")
- My Name Is Mud 1965
- Yesterday's Newspapers 1965
(B-side of "The Train")
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