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Various Artists - Some of Our Best Friends Are (1968) Warner Bros. Seven Arts Records 

Artist: Various Artists
Album: Some of Our Best Friends Are
Label: Warner Bros.-Seven Arts
Catalogue#: PRO 290
Released: 1968
Country: US
Genre: Pop Rock, Psychedelic
Duration: 00:45:07

At the heighth of the sixties renaissance & before they did their famous 'loss leaders series' Warner Brothers & Seven Arts Records showcased some of their best talent from 1968 on this amazing DJ only sampler called SOME OF OUR BEST FRIENDS ARE. Fourteen intense tracks including a crucial cover of Nilsson's "1941". Unique cover drawing of hippies underfoot by the great R. Cobb. With a white Warner Bros. Seven Arts label on the disc signifying (& saying) it's a promo only. Liner notes by Stan Cornyn plus hilarious multiple choice questions on each artist. Disc is in VG condition with no skips, no warp. Cover is in very good+ shape with no bent corners, no seam splits, no disc imprints of note, no hand writing on cover or labels (see photos). Very small tape repair on upper/lower right corners. Includes original Reprise promotions inner sleeve with artists' photos & album covers. See photos. Numbered PRO 290. original 1968 DJ only release.

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  Side One:
A1. I Would Be the One (Kensington Market) - 02:33
A2. Night in the City (Joni Mitchell) - 02:26
A3. Avalanche (Eric Andersen) - 03:53
A4. What Is Love (The Collectors) - 03:48
A5. Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life (Tiny Tim) - 02:52
A6. Ambitious Anna (David Blue) - 03:53
A7. Born Cross-Eyed (The Grateful Dead) - 02:04
  Side Two:
B1. If 6 Was 9 (Jimi Hendrix) - 05:33
B2. The Motorcycle Song (Arlo Guthrie) - 02:45
B3. I Think It's Going to Rain Today (Randy Newman) - 02:55
B4. Crystal Liaison (The Fugs) - 03:34
B5. Kyrie Eleison (Electric Prunes) - 02:17
B6. 1941 (Tom Northcott) - 02:29
B7. Donovan's Colours (Van Dyke Parks) - 03:38

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