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"Go Go Liza Jane" was the A-side of the 1968 single released by Atco Records in order to capitalize on the growing success of The Band, who had recorded the track along with two others ("The Stones I Throw" and "He Don't Love You") in 1965 under the moniker Levon and the Hawks. The song, an upbeat version of the traditional "Little Liza Jane", demonstrated, three years before their debut LP, the way in which the voices of the singers in The Band, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Levon Helm, meshed so brilliantly. (Each also took turns singing lead.)

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  • "Go Go Liza Jane" was the A-side of the 1968 single released by Atco Records in order to capitalize on the growing success of The Band, who had recorded the track along with two others ("The Stones I Throw" and "He Don't Love You") in 1965 under the moniker Levon and the Hawks. The song, an upbeat version of the traditional "Little Liza Jane", demonstrated, three years before their debut LP, the way in which the voices of the singers in The Band, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Levon Helm, meshed so brilliantly. (Each also took turns singing lead.)
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  • "Go Go Liza Jane" was the A-side of the 1968 single released by Atco Records in order to capitalize on the growing success of The Band, who had recorded the track along with two others ("The Stones I Throw" and "He Don't Love You") in 1965 under the moniker Levon and the Hawks. The song, an upbeat version of the traditional "Little Liza Jane", demonstrated, three years before their debut LP, the way in which the voices of the singers in The Band, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Levon Helm, meshed so brilliantly. (Each also took turns singing lead.) It was backed, as the original 1965 single had been, with He Don't Love You.
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