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Various - The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show Album

Tracklist

1Randy NewmanYellow Man
Written-By – Randy Newman
2:13
2Louie SheltonA Walk In The Country
Written-By – Louie Shelton
1:58
3The MothersElectric Aunt Jemima
Written-By – Frank Zappa
1:58
4Geoff Muldaur & Maria MuldaurAll Bowed Down
Written-By – Geoff Gutcheon
2:42
5 The Many Faces Of Pop
6Pearls Before SwineThese Things Too
Written-By – Tom Rapp
3:24
7 Warner/Reprise's Country & Western, Cowboy Provincial, And Twangy Americana Side; Or Jumpin' On The Country Bandwagon With Warner/Reprise
8Jethro TullFat Man
Written-By – Ian Anderson
2:48
9Neil Young (With Crazy Horse)Cinnamon Girl
Written-By – Neil Young
2:58
10David BlueAtlanta Farewell (abridged)
Written-By – David Blue
1:47
11Peter, Paul & MaryGoing To The Zoo
Written-By – Tom Paxton
3:09
12Ella FitzgeraldThe Hunter Gets Captured By The Game
Written-By – Wm. Robinson
2:55
13Arlo GuthrieEvery Hand In The Land
Written-By – Arlo Guthrie
2:19
14The Everly BrothersEmpty Boxes
Written-By – Ron Elliot
2:40
15 The Irreverent Hippie-Creep And Rock 'N' Roll Side
16Joni MitchellThe Fiddle And The Drum
Written-By – Joni Mitchell
2:45
17The Blue Velvet BandWeary Blues From Waitin'
Written-By – Hank Williams
3:02
18Mephistopheles Take A Jet
Written-By – Siller, Tackett, Mosher, Simone
2:39
19Theo BikelPiggies
Written-By – George Harrison
3:16
20The Jimi Hendrix ExperienceStone Free
Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
3:33
21Joni MitchellMy American Skirt0:40
22 Warner/Reprise's Soft Arty Underbelly Side: A Collection Of Unamplified And Other Delights
23The PentangleOnce I Had A Sweetheart
Written-By – Jansch, Thompson, McShee, Renbourn, Cox
4:40
24The FugsYodellin' Yippie
Written-By – Ed Sanders
2:14
25Fats DominoEverybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
Written-By – John Lennon and Paul McCartney
2:30
26Hamilton CampStar Spangled Bus
Written-By – J. D. Souther
2:34
27Doug KershawSon Of A Louisiana Man
Written-By – Doug Kershaw
2:14
28SweetwaterDay Song
Written-By – Nansi Nevins
1:45
29The Grateful DeadDoin' That Rag (abridged)
Written-By – Garcia, Lesh, Hunter
2:20
30Van Dyke ParksMusic For Ice Capades TV Commercials
Written-By – Van Dyke Parks
2:00
31The KinksNothing To Say
Written-By – Ray Davies
3:15
32Bert JanschPoison
Written-By – Bert Jansch
3:13
33John RenbournTransfusion
Written-By – Charles Lloyd
1:58
34Joni MitchellSpoony's Wonderful Adventure0:40
35Lorraine EllisonStay With Me
Written-By – George Weiss, Jerry Ragovoy
3:29

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRO 336Various The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show ‎(2xLP, Comp, Promo, RP)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO 336US1969
PRO 336Various The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show ‎(2xLP, Comp, RP)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO 336USUnknown
PRO 336Various The 1969 Warner-Reprise Record Show ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, Gat)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO 336USUnknown
PRO 336Various The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show ‎(2xLP, Promo, Smplr)Warner Bros. - Seven Arts RecordsPRO 336US1969
PRO 336Various The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show ‎(2xLP, Comp, Promo, RE, Gat)Warner Bros. RecordsPRO 336USUnknown

Credits

  • ArtworkTeresa Woodward

Notes

The second in Warner's "Loss Leaders" series.
The full title (only printed inside the gatefold) is "The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show or Son of Songbook" (Songbook being the first in the "Loss Leaders" series).

First pressing.

Tracks A4, D6 & D7 are mono, all others are stereo.

"Auto-coupling" side sequencing: one disc has sides 1 (A) and 4 (D); the other has sides 2 (B) and 3 (C).

Info

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Various - The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show Album

Performer: Various

Title: The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show

Country: US

Release date: 1969

Label: Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records

Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock, Pop Rock, Prog Rock, Rock & Roll, Vocal, Art Rock, Folk, Classic Rock

Catalog: PRO 336

Genre: World

Size MP3: 1508 mb

Size FLAC: 2406 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 786

Record source: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Sampler

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