The Pozo-Seco Singers were a folk-pop group from Corpus Christi, TX formed in 1964. The group's origins can be traced back to an early 1960s folk duo called The Strangers Two that consisted of Lofton Kline and then-future country superstar, Don Williams. With the addition of Susan Taylor (later known as Taylor Pie), the trio became known as the Pozo-Seco Singers. The group had a number of personnel changes before finally disbanding in 1970.
In 1966, The Pozo-Seco Singers debuted on the Pop/Rock charts with the wistful "Time," the song for which they are best remembered. This song was followed later that year by two Top 40 hits, "I Can Make It With You" (1966) and "Look What You've Done." Other charted songs included "I'll Be Gone" (1966), "I Believed It All" (1967), "Louisiana Man" (1967), and their rendition of The Beatles' "Strawberry Fields" (1970) and "Something" (1970).
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- I Can Make It With You 1966
(This song also became a hit for Jackie DeShannon (1966).)
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