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Atlanta Rhythm Section – So Into You (original)



This was the first major hit from the Atlanta Rhythm Section. The group, which is considered one of the pioneers of Southern Rock, was formed in 1970 consisting mainly of former members of Classics IV and The Candymen. This song first appeared on their 1976 album, “A Rock and Roll Alternative”. Atlanta Rhythm Section – So Into You (original)

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  1. I remember a DEEPER bass sound playing back in the day… Remember the Vans with the Bubble window , Carpet everywhere, & MURALS?

  2. Me into you , you into be , can't picture nothing else it's gonna be so good driving me crazy. .im so into you

  3. Music is art in a two- dimensional form. ART SAVES LIVES nomatter even if there's nothing going on. Music is Art. This is art for now and then ❣️🌡️🌡️🌡️🔥

  4. I fell in love with this song when I was buzzed out on some Columbian Gold. This song and the album is nice and mellow! lol

  5. I tell ya, when I listen to music like this it really hits home how much we've devolved since then.

  6. when you walked into the room, there was voodoo in the vibes, I was captured by your style, but I could not catch your eye- now I stand here helplessly hoping you’ll get into me, I’m so into you ooooohoooooohooooohhhoooo
    —wow this completely sums everything up for me, especially the “I could not catch your eye” and the “voodoo in the vibe” part

  7. 60s and 70s music youtube comments sections are the best damn parts of the internet, I have decided.
    This stuff is timeless.

  8. This is when music was just that… Music with meaning that everyone could relate to… Love ARS…

  9. I love this song! Never get sick of heating it! Love the things you do!!!!!😚 can't wait to see them in concert! I think it's been 30 years since I last saw them on Portland Oregon. Can't wait to hear them again!!!!!

  10. As a little kid in the late 70s I used to play their album Champagne Jam over and over…alongside Rumours, Earth Wind & Fire All 'n All, Steely Dan's Aja, and Supertramp Breakfast in America. Yes, I had quite an ear for music and was ahead of my time and youth! The 70s and 80s were absolutely the best era for music, period.

  11. This song ..I was 16 just starting to find the keg parties, bong hits, and find out girls didn't have kooties.

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