Bob Durand, though not a member of the Beau Brummels, co-wrote a number of Beau Brummels tunes with that group's principal songwriter and guitarist, Ron Elliott. These included some notable ones, such as their hit Just a Little and several of the songs on their 1967 album Triangle. Elliott and Durand were high school friends, and although Elliott often wrote alone (and sometimes with other partners, such as Beau Brummels singer Sal Valentino), Durand helped Elliott with lyrics on the songs on which they worked together. Two Elliott/Durand compositions that the Beau Brummels never released were issued by the obscure San Francisco group the Styx on the 1967 single Hey, I'm Lost/Puppetmaster. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

Just Another Day, Bob Durand
Sermons from a Dive Bar by Bob Durand
Somewhere Down the Line by Bob Durand
Just another day by Bob Durand
I Raise a Toast to You. By Bob Durand
"Living in the real LA" by Bob Durand
Tomorrow's Another Today Bob Durand
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