The Marmalade was formed in Scotland in 1963. This group was known originally as Dean Ford and The Gaylords and renamed the Marmalade in 1967. In 1968, their remake of "Lovin' Things" by the Grassroots made them famous in the UK, and a string of hits followed thereafter. In the US, the Marmalade is best known for the somber ballad, "Reflections Of My Life" (1970).
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