Ray, Goodman and Brown — Pool Of Love

Here’s the mystery song I mentioned in the HELP! post earlier today.

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Marc already mentioned that the song can be found on the group’s “Greatest Hits” album. Originally, “Pool Of Love” was on Stay, ¬†simultaneously released by Mercury, Polygram Records (Australasia), and Polydor (U.S.) in 1981.


2 responses to “Ray, Goodman and Brown — Pool Of Love

  1. I dig the stark imagery in the lyric of this song.About a month ago I explored the back catalogs of Bobbie Gentry and Jeannie C. Riley.I came across a live performance of Jeannie c.’s self-penned ‘Soakin’ Wet’, a rockin’ Country Soul song replete with Memphis style horns and bottleneck guitar solo.

    IMHO this makes for a nice video answer from the women’s p.o.v.

    ‘…My chances are slim ’cause I can’t swim…’ (I love her infectious smile and winks)

    Jeannie C. Riley – ‘Soakin’ Wet’


    • Marc, that’s exactly what I thought when I heard the song. The most vivid image is the comparison to jumping in a pool w/o knowing how to swim. That’s exactly what happens when we fall in love. We immerse ourselves in the other person w/o knowing what awaits us …

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