Edison Lighthouse

Edison Lighthouse

About Edison Lighthouse

Edison Lighthouse was a UK pop group, initially a studio-only assemblage that served as a vehicle for session vocalist Tony Burrows and songwriter/record producers Tony Macaulay and Barry Mason, are best known for their 1970 UK chart-topper and million-selling record, 'Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)'.The 'original' Edison Lighthouse was Tony Burrows (lead vocalist), Stuart Edwards (lead guitar), David Taylor (bass guitar), George Weyman (drums), and Ray Dorey (guitar). The group's lone Top 40 hit 'Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)' (1970) was one of four near-contemporaneous UK Singles Chart Top Ten hit singles by Burrows under different names, the others being White Plains' 'My Baby Loves Lovin'', The Pipkins' 'Gimme Dat Ding', and Brotherhood of Man's 'United We Stand'.

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