I picked this one up from my great aunt a few years ago. Very easy listening and mellow album.
My buddies and I would trade records like hockey cards … I got this album with a few more when I gave up one of my better ones. This album is a little on the light side for me however it is still good.
“Black and White” (David I. Arkin, Earl Robinson) – 3:51
“My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine and Dandelion Wine)” (Randy Newman) – 3:08
“Prelude to Morning” (Jimmy Greenspoon) – 2:04
“Pieces of April” (Dave Loggins) – 4:10
“Going in Circles” (Jaiananda, Ted Myers) – 3:06
“Chained” (Russ Ballard) – 5:14
“Tulsa Turnaround” (Larry Collins, Alex Harvey) – 3:41
“In Bed” (Tom Baird, Lynn Henderson, Wes Henderson) – 3:58
“Freedom for the Stallion” (Allen Toussaint) – 3:41
“The Writing’s on the Wall” (Domenic Troiano) – 3:17
“Midnight Runaway” (Gary Itri) – 5:28
Doug Fieger – lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Berton Averre – lead guitar
Prescott Niles – bass
Bruce Gary – drums
“Baby Talks Dirty”
“I Want Ya”
“Tell Me You’re Mine”
“Can’t Put a Price on Love”
“Hold on Tight and Don’t Let Go”
“The Hard Way”
“End of the Game”
“The Feeling I Get”
“(Havin’ a) Rave Up”
“How Can Love Hurt So Much”
There are approximately 750 rock covers in this book ranging from well known bands and the very obscure. Cover album is Pink Floyd and the back cover is Joe Cocker.
I’ve got many record albums in my collection that are highlighted in this book. The interesting part of this book is the number of bands from the 70’s that I’ve never heard of. I went to iTunes to look some of them up and the bands are very excellent and now I want to buy some online.
Release date for this album is July 7, 2017. I had the opportunity to listen to the album ahead of time. This four piece rock band from New Hampshire led by Nick Lavalle has a feel good and consistent sound. Some of the songs have a Weezer and Good Charolette vibe to them. Good lyrics and a definite buy for me.