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- Formed in the 1960s in Connecticut. Originally The Weeds, it was felt the name was too suggestive of pot (aka "weed") so "Wild" was added. Originally a two word name, it was contracted into one nefore their first record, "No Good To Cry" came out. (A huge hit in Connecticut, the record was breaking nationally when a photo of the band appeared in a trade ad; they sounded black, and had been added to the playlists of largely black stations, but were dropped whenit was shown they were white. Hapilly, times have changed, but that great song, after many covers, is still looking for its hit version.) Submitted by: Country Paul
"Now Good To Cry" originally "No Good To Cry"
"Not Good To Cry" originally "No Good To Cry"
Great Bid Wild Seaweeds
Great Big Sea combined with Wildweeds
Submitted By: Donna Gelpigi
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