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Grand Funk Railroad-Sins a Good Man's Brother

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Published on Aug 22, 2011

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austin teutsch
THE GREATEST GARAGE ROCK BAND OF ALL TIME.  NOW THIS, MY FRIENDS IS TRUE ROCK AND ROLL STRIPPED OF ALL THE STUDIO BULLSHIT.  RAW AND RIGHT. SO GET RIGHT AND LISTEN CAUSE SINS A GOOD MAN'S BROTHER!!!
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BRETT FIDLER
FUCKIN A
Dominic Devereaux
austin teutsch Right-on brother. Seen them in Flint Mich. in 69, their home town ; F''N fantastic.!! Why not Woodstock????
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Mohsin Bellamy
Law Abiding citizen Bring Me here
Goce Trpkovski
+Mohsin Bellamy Same :)
Gravedigger
That fuzz man
3ddie Lee
lol just what I was thinking when I read this... +1
Handsome Timmy
I still think it sucks that Mel cheated Mark out of the band.   
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WRI2012
lol, ya gotta watch those shady bass players. 
Dan Taylor Sr.
+Handsome Timmy - Don Brewer too. I just cannot believe they would do that to a band mate and lifelong friend.
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Art Ryden
Farner was vastly underrated as a frontman.  Don and Mel were excellent at what they did.  It's regrettable that there was so much internal and external (IRS, lawsuits) strife.  Mark deserved a better fate.
Steve Hock
there was the bass player there was the drummer but in my opinion Mark Farner was the heart and soul as well as singer guitar organ harmonica he was the heart and soul of Grand Funk Mark Farner always had a faith in God you can hear it in his music even though he got caught up in the 70s lifestyle of sex partying and rock and roll it was very shady the way the drummer tricked him out of the band but now he seems to be a devout Christian and I believe that has much to do with why he's no longer with the other two
Wim Grundy
+Art Ryden markl had been singled out for a life-changing experience, so his old life could be today compared. google: ''Farner Funk and Forgiveness"
Elvis Holly
I saw Grand Funk live in 1970. One of the greatest bands ever, and they just had 3 members! What a sound!
Dan Taylor Sr.
This band has not received the respect they deserve. The energy that comes from GFRR could light the city of New York.
Dominic Devereaux
Dan Taylor Sr. Damn straight!!!! Seen this in concert. Loud, put chills down my back. !!! The ACID didn't hurt either!
Bosco Jacko
One of my best old songs...Sin's a good man's brother.  Try the Jimmy Bowskill cover. My first live huge concert was Black Sabbath, GFR opening and some local band...1971.  I had three problems with this concert.  1. where was I gonna get $4.50 for the ticket, 2. How was I gonna get there, 3. How was I gonna get back.   It was a Great show...I was 17.  My next big show was ZZTOP opening for Jethro Tull in Jacksonville, 1972.  I'm 63 now and I'm still digging my roots....
Chuck Johnston
n Jimi
George Korn
Thanks for sharing, jackabitch
Dan Taylor Sr.
Mark sure could write the hooks.
Raymundo11
this is the perfect racing song.
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