THE THOMAS GROUP - 'I've Got No More To Say'/'Then It Begins' (RCA Victor D-4062) January 1967 (Canadian release)
The third Thomas Group single was released during the first month of 1967, some copies were housed in a picture sleeve. The back of the sleeve contained information about the group and it's members. It also confirmed that P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri were writing and producing exclusively for The Thomas Group. As it turned out, this 45 would be the last one written by the famous songwriting duo.
'I've Got No More To Say' has a passing Beatles influence and is probably the only song they recorded with an 'English' sound. The flip 'Then It Begins' comes across like a clever re-write of 'Red Rubber Ball'.
Tony Thomas (drums)
Greg Gilford (organ/lead vocals)
Marty Howard (lead guitar)
Robert Wallerstein (rhythm guitar)
David Goldsmith (bass)
In late 1967, Steven Gaines replaced Marty Howard on lead guitar.
THE THOMAS GROUP - I've Got No More To Say