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Wadsworth Mansion was a one-hit wonder rock band in the early 1970s. As an American group from Providence, Rhode Island, they released a self-titled album on Sussex Records in 1971, and had a hit single that year with "Sweet Mary" (the record label identifies the group as 'Wadsworth Manison').
Wadsworth Mansion (also known as Wadsworth Family Mansion) was an early-1970s American rock band from Providence, Rhode Island. Its members were Steve Jablecki (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Wayne Gagnon (guitar, vocals), Russ Sevigny (a/k/a Russ Dana, original drummer) Mike Jablecki (drums] and John Poole (bass guitar). The group took its name from Wadsworth Mansion at Long Hill in Connecticut.
Update: Wadsworth Mansion formed in Providence RI, and took their name from a landmark building in Middletown, CT. In reality, there were two Wadsworth Mansion groups. The first recorded "Sweet Mary" and their eponymous LP for Sussex Records in late 1970. On board were the Jablecki brothers: Steve (who wrote the song) and Mike, along with John Pool and Wayne Gagnon.
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About Wadsworth Mansion. A Providence, Rhode Island-based rock outfit who hit it big in 1970 with the Top 10 single "Sweet Mary," Wadsworth Mansion issued a handful of singles and one full-length LP before calling it quits in 1972. Formed in 1970 around the talents of Steve Jablecki (rds), his brother Mike (drums), Wayne Gagnon (guitar), and John Poole (bass), the band wasted little in getting down to business by releasing "Sweet Mary
Wadsworth Mansion (also known as Wadsworth Family Mansion) was an early-1970s American rock band from Providence, Rhode Island. In April 1971, Wadsworth Mansion issued their first and only album on the heels of their first single's success, the self-titled Wadsworth Mansion. In support of the album, the group released their second single in April 1971 with the tracks, "Michigan Harry Slaughter" and "Havin' Such A Good Time", but the single failed to make Billboard's Hot 100 singles
|A1||Long Haired Brown Eyed Girl||3:34|
|A4||She Said She Would||3:00|
|B1||I Like It||4:43|
|B2||Michigan Harry Slaughter||3:05|
|B3||Let It Shine||4:00|
|B5||Havin' Such A Good Time||2:57|
- Engineer – Eddy Abner*
- Photography By – Gene Boduck
- Producer – Jim Calvert*, Norm Marzano*
NotesUruguayan pressing with different back cover and housed in a plastic bag cover. Song titles are translated to spanish.
|SXBS 7008||Wadsworth Mansion||Wadsworth Mansion (LP, Album, Mon)||Sussex||SXBS 7008||US||1971|
|SXBS 7008||Wadsworth Mansion||Wadsworth Mansion (LP, Album, Promo)||Sussex||SXBS 7008||US||1971|
|SXBS 7008||Wadsworth Mansion||Wadsworth Mansion (LP, Album)||Sussex||SXBS 7008||US||1971|
|SXBS 7008||Wadsworth Mansion||Wadsworth Mansion (LP, Album)||Sussex||SXBS 7008||Canada||1970|
|S 5176||Wadsworth Mansion||Wadsworth Mansion (LP, Album, Promo)||EMI Odeon, Argentina||S 5176||Argentina||1971|