This album was released by Imperial Records Z (LP-12351) in 1967. On this album are the following songs: Groovy Summertime; The Love In Me; A Touch Of Love; You Took The Happiness; Hey Look Around; Not Be Found; She Touched Me; Meet Me At The Love In; There She Goes Away; When The Sun Goes Down; Playin' On The Strings and Of The Wind.
The Love Generation was founded by brothers John Bahler and Tom Bahler. J The group was active from 1967 to 1969. John and Tom were vocalists in the Imperial Records stable; they were part of the Ron Hicklin Singers. Two of the songs from The Love Generation — "Together (Havin' a Ball)" and "Let the Good Times In" — were used in the pilot episode of The Partridge Family. Members of the Love Generation and The Ron Hicklin Singers feature prominently as backing vocalists on the Partridge Family's 1970 debut LP The Partridge Family Album and all the studio albums that followed. They also provided main vocals (instead of David Cassidy) on two tracks on the first album: "I'm on the Road" and "I Really Want to Know You",
This album is in VG+ condition.