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PostSubject: Loss Leaders -The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook (1969)   17.11.15 13:12

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A lot of Warners’ record buyers found themselves going back to buy the debut Loss Leader, Songbook, once they realized the merits of the quickly expanding series. With every LP purchase came another inner sleeve boasting a growing number of $1 and $2 albums. Incidentally, when Songbook was first advertised in Rolling Stone. Van Dyke Parks, The Fugs, Van Morrison, Jethro Tull, Miriam Makeba (singing Dylan)… a sumptuous cross-section of greats were included. Songbook boasts an early Everly Brothers country-rock experiment, a then-rare B-side, while the Mothers Of Invention material was a unique mix of three tracks from Uncle Meat – with “The Voice Of Cheese” and “Our Bizarre Relationship” (edits of the originals) sandwiching The Mothers’ live Albert Hall version of “Louie Louie.” The Arlo Guthrie track is a live monologue about the FBI that’s twice as long as the musical offering, “The Pause Of Mr. Clause,” and a little of Van Dyke Parks’ rare music for television advertisements is also here. Even after all these years, The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook is still a great listen. Big thanks to Rebecca for supplying the Songbook scans (a later, reprinted edition, with post-1969 LP plugs). Vinyl copies can be found at Amazon, HERE.
Side 1
Wild Man Fischer Songs For Sale (0:32)
Jethro Tull
My Sunday Feeling (3:36)
The Pentangle
Sweet Child (5:09)
Van Morrison
Slim Slow Slider (3:18)
Family
Second Generation Woman (3:13)
Neil Young
I’ve Been Waiting For You (2:30)
Tom Northcott
Sunny Goodge Street (2:59)
Side 2
Wild Man Fischer Songs For Sale (0:19)
The Everly Brothers
T For Texas (3:46)
The Everly Brothers
Lord Of The Manor (4:45)
Van Dyke Parks
The All Golden (3:45)
Van Dyke Parks
Music For A Datsun Television Commercial (1:02)
Sal Valentino
Alligator Man (2:36)
The Beau Brummels
Deep Water (2:30)
Randy Newman
Davy The Fat Boy (2:47)
Side 3
Tiny Tim Mr. Tim Laughs (0:25)
The Mothers Of Invention
The Voice Of Cheese/The Mothers Play “Louie Louie” At The Royal Albert Hall In London/Our Bizarre Relationship (3:47)
The Mothers Of Invention
The Air (2:50)
The Fugs
The Divine Toe (Part I)/Grope Need (Part I)/Tuli, Visited By The Ghost Of Plotinus/More Grope Need (Grope Need Part II)/Robinson Crusoe/The National Haiku Contest/The Divine Toe (Part II) (3:06)
The Fugs
Wide, Wide River (2:48)
Arlo Guthrie
The Pause Of Mr. Claus (7:56)
Side 4
Sweetwater Why Oh Why (3:01)
Joni Mitchell Nathan La Franeer (3:15)
Eric Andersen So Good To Be With You (3:08)
The Electric Prunes Finders Keepers (3:01)
The Kinks Picture Book (2:35)
The Jimi Hendrix Experience Red House (3:49)
Miriam Makeba I Shall Be Released (2:54)
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PostSubject: Re: Loss Leaders -The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook (1969)   18.11.15 1:34

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PostSubject: Re: Loss Leaders -The 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook (1969)   01.09.16 23:50

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