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Sugarloaf

Best known for their 1970 AM pop classic "Green-Eyed Lady," Sugarloaf was formed in 1969 in Denver out of the ashes of the Moonrakers, which had released an album in 1968. Singer/keyboardist Jerry Corbetta and guitarist Bob Webber founded the group, adding Moonraker mates Bob MacVittie on drums and Veeder Van Dorn on rhythm guitar, plus bassist Bob Raymond. Originally dubbed Chocolate Hair, the band lost Van Dorn after just a few months when he joined Mescalero Space Kit. On the strength of their demos, the band was signed to Liberty, and changed their name to Sugarloaf, after a Colorado mountain popular with skiers (the record company was concerned about the possible racial overtones of Chocolate Hair). Sugarloaf recorded their self-titled debut album in 1970, and the single "Green-Eyed Lady" -- co-written by Corbetta and based on a piece of a scale exercise in a practice book -- slowly became a nationwide hit, catching on in more and more markets until it finally peaked at number three on the pop charts. For the follow-up album, 1971's Spaceship Earth, Sugarloaf added guitarist/songwriter Bob Yeazel, who had previously played on two albums as part of a Denver band called the Beast. Spaceship Earth didn't produce any hits, and disagreements over the band's choice of producers followed. Yeazel wound up leaving prior to the release of 1973's I Got a Song, which appeared on the smaller Brut label and featured former Beast drummer Larry Ferris. Resurfacing on Claridge in 1975, Sugarloaf finally scored that elusive follow-up hit with the title track from their fourth and final album, Don't Call Us -- We'll Call You. However, they subsequently disbanded. Corbetta went on to release a solo album on Warner Bros., and later worked with Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons as a writer, producer, and backing musician. ~ Steve Huey, Rovi
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Sugarloaf rocked.
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One of my favorites
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Sugarloaf been a long time to hear green eyed lady sound of the 70s and not the am version
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Doesn't Jerry Corbetta now live in Creede, Colorado?
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This is Sugarloaf's First 12 Inch Song and Green Eyed Lady Made History And Sugarloaf Did It
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drowsywaters
1st concert I ever attended. Sugar Loaf and REO Speedwagon in Colorado Springs in 1974. Damn I'm old.......
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green eyed lady is the only song i ever hear on the radio by Sugarloaf
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Green Eyed Lady - memories of 1970 - late at night the local AM stations would play the ~long versions~ of songs like this and others that were normally played in their edited for Top-40 time constraints. Twist up a fat one with a couple of buddies and let the greatest music in the last 100 years play.
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great organ....... . . . . . . . . . . l i k e a lead guitar...... . . v e r y rare. Killer song
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steveedmands
this is music the way it used to be no bullshit rap
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This song made every classic rock playlist, which said a lot about the song and band.
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Check out their song Tongue-In-Ch e e k , one of the best ever.
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Sugarloaf, Firefall, and now The Fray. (insert sarcasm here) We're a musical hotbed of talent out here in Cowtown...
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agentuncle1
One of the absolutely BESY bands of all time!!!Jerry Corbetta ROCKS!!!
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nothing but "Green Eyed Lady," but that song rocks out loud

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