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Margo Guryan (September 20, 1937 – November 8, 2021) was an American songwriter, singer, musician and lyricist. As a songwriter, her work was first recorded in 1958, although it was for her 1960s song "Sunday Mornin'", a hit for both Spanky and Our Gang and Oliver, that she is perhaps best known. Her songs have also been recorded by Cass Elliot, Glen Campbell and Astrud Gilberto, among others.

As a performer, she is best known for her 1968 album Take a Picture, the sole album release in the initial phase of her career. The album was re-released in 2000, and followed by a compilation entitled 25 Demos (2001).

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Songs recorded by other artists

As songwriter

Guryan wrote two pieces on Lenox School Of Jazz Concert 1959, an album credited to Ornette Coleman/Don Cherry/Kenny Dorham.

As lyricist

Linking in as of 2021

After the Lights Go Down Low and Much More!!!, All About Miriam, All My Friends Are Here, All the Sad Young Men (album), Arif Mardin, Blonded Radio, Bob Brookmeyer and Friends, Bobbie Gentry and Glen Campbell, Buddy Saltzman, Carola Standertskjöld, Chopsticks (waltz), Chris Connor discography, Don't Call Me Mama Anymore, Ed Wool, God Only Knows, Like to Get to Know You (album), Linus of Hollywood, List of compositions by Thelonious Monk, List of popular Christmas singles in the United States, Lonely Woman (composition), Oglio Records, Percussion Bitter Sweet, Petit Standard, Pizzicato Five (album), Pure Mint Recordings, Something Old, Something New (album), Sunday Mornin' (Spanky and Our Gang song), Take a Picture (album), The Girl from Chickasaw County: The Complete Capitol Masters, The Greatest Ears in Town: The Arif Mardin Story, The Look of Love (Claudine Longet album), The Many Moods of Belafonte, The Sound of Silence (album), Welcome Home (Richard "Groove" Holmes album), Yummy, Yummy, Yummy (album)





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