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Pasadenas – I'm Doing Fine Now lyrics. Write my explanationnew. I'm Doing Fine Baby I'm Doing Fine Without You I'm Doing Fine Baby I'm Doing Fine Without You. Remember The Day You Up And Left I Nearly Cried Myself To Death Oh Yeah And Then I Met Someone Else She Made Me Stop And Grab A Hold Of Myself. I'm Doing Fine Now Without You Baby I'm Doing Fine Now Without You Baby I'm Doing Fine Now Without You Baby I'm Doing Fine Now Without You Bay. Explain Request.
I'm Doin' Fine Now" is a 1973 song by the band New York City. It reached on the R&B Singles chart, on the Billboard Hot 100, on the Easy Listening chart, on the UK Singles Chart and on the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1973. In 1991, the Pasadenas released a cover of this song which peaked at number 4 in the UK,selling over 200,000 copies in the process.
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I'm Doing Fine Now. Essential 80's - Classic Eighties Pop and Rock Hits 1995. The Pasadenas: Definitive Collection 1988. Tribute (Right On). The Pasadenas: Definitive Collection 1995. The Pasadenas didn't belong in the '80s. The band was caught in a time warp; they bounced between '50s doo wop, '60s Motown, and early-'70s funk and R&B. However, they presented these influences when mainstream pop music had become too shallow and over-produced; instead of sounding dated, the group was actually a refreshing change of pace. The group's final album, Yours Sincerely, was released in 1992. The band landed on the . Top 40 charts five times that year, with the single "I'm Doing Fine" selling more than 200,000 copies. In 2002 Cherry Red Records reissued To Whom It May Concern on CD. ~ Michael Sutton.
It was slightly re-titled ("I'm Doing Fine Now"), and became their biggest hit, reaching in the UK. The Pasadenas continued to perform around the UK into the 21st century. In 2002 Cherry Red Records reissued the album To Whom It May Concern on CD. In April 2005 the Pasadenas took part in week three of the TV reality show, Hit Me, Baby, One More Time.