The Glass Family - Electric Band download mp3 album
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Album · 1966 · 15 Songs. Electric Band The Glass Family. Listen on Apple Music.
The Glass family are a fictional family appearing in J. D. Salinger's short fiction. All but one of the Glass family stories were first published in The New Yorker. They appear in the short story collections Nine Stories, Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction and Franny and Zooey. The Glass family, from eldest to youngest: Les and Bessie Glass (née Gallagher): Retired vaudeville performers
The Glass Family weren’t always called The Glass Family, they began their career on a lark, as a way of making money for beer and surfboard wax, often playing the same venue and parties under a different name, mere days apar. sing monikers such as The Carpet Baggers and The Soul Survivors. It was an ideal time to young and idealistic in . back in 1967, where they experimented with instrumentation, fuzzed out guitars, and vocal arrangements emphasizing the softer side of psychedelic rock. This album was recorded c. 1968 at Golden Voice Recording by Jerry Milam and unheard until 2018. Thanatopsis treats us to everything from baroque pop to psychedelic teenbeat garage. This release contains the first and only official reissue of the songs from their sought-after Golden Voice 45 as well as 10 other cuts, ranging from Mothers Of Invention inspired wackiness to sincere late ’60’s teen pop.
Although it never became the hit that they'd hoped for, the more important result was that the Glass Family were a piece of the puzzle of the times: playing gigs with Gram Parsons and The Flying Burrito Bros, Canned Heat, Big Brother and The Holding Company with Janis Joplin, and The Grateful Dead. The gigs we played with The Dead at The Fillmore were the most memorable.
Read The Glass Family's bio and find out more about The Glass Family's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. I'm Losing It" is a stand-alone single that came out before their album. Artist descriptions on Last.
The Free Electric Band (album). The Free Electric Band is an album by Albert Hammond released by Mums Records. The album landed on the Billboard 200 chart, reaching The title track single hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the UK Singles Chart in 1973. The single "The Peacemaker" hit on the Adult Contemporary chart and on the Billboard Hot 100. The album was produced and arranged by Hammond.
|A1||House Of Glass||3:12|
|A2||Born In The U.S.A||2:32|
|A4||Sometimes You Wander (Henry's Tune)||3:01|
|A6||Do You Remember||3:22|
|B1||I Want To See My Baby||3:46|
|B4||Mr. Happy Glee||2:37|
|B5||Guess I'll Let You Go||2:48|
|B6||Agorn (Elements Of Complex Variables)||4:12|
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Santa Maria
- Mastered At – Customatrix
- Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
- Drums, Percussion – Gary Green
- Engineer – Bill Cooper, R. Podolor*
- Keyboards, Bass – David Capilouto
- Photography By [Cover] – Fred Shapiro
- Photography By [Liner] – Phil Kaufman
- Producer, Arranged By – Richard Podolor
- Vocals, Guitar – Ralph Parrett
- Written-By – David Capilouto (tracks: B1, B6), Gary Green (tracks: B1, B6), Ralph Parrett (tracks: A1 to A6, B2 to B5), Parrett* (tracks: B1, B6)
NotesWhite labels with black lettering stating ''Promotion - Not for sale.''
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- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): S 1 39453 WS 1776 A RE-1 -1B o B
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): S 2 39454 WS 1776-B-1B o
|WS 1776||The Glass Family||Electric Band (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||WS 1776||US||1967|
|KISCD4026||The Glass Family||Electric Band (CD, Album, RE)||Kismet||KISCD4026||UK||2012|
|287||The Glass Family||Electric Band (CD, Album, RE)||Mandala||287||US||2010|
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|MWR 1||The Glass Family||Electric Band (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Maplewood Records||MWR 1||US||2015|