вторник, 12 августа 2014 г.

Gene Cotton - Liberty (1974 Myrrh)

Artist: Gene Cotton
Album: Liberty
Label: Myrrh
Catalog#: MST 6524
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1974
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Duration: 00:32:45

Liberty has a fuller commercial folk-and-rock sound that includes the addition of string orchestration, female bgvs, organ, some country steel and harmonica. Rural-edged at times, in a Nashville way. Several of Gene’s own songs are featured, including ‘Sunshine Roses’, ‘Man Buyin’ Names’, ‘Mrs. Oliver’ and ‘About You Girl’. As far as Jesus rock goes, there’s a gritty cover of Randy Matthews’ ‘Pharaoh’s Hand’, as well as a faithful treatment of Larry Norman’s ‘The Great American Novel’. The silver cover design of Gene’s ponytailed profile set in a quarter is pretty much the coolest thing ever. Followed by a number of secular releases on mainstream labels. (The Archivist by Ken Scott, 4th Edition)

 • Side One:
A1. Sunshine Roses - 3:04
A2. Man Buyin' Names - 4:33
A3. Country Spirit - 2:43
A4. Mrs. Oliver - 2:50
A5. I'd Hate To Be A Black Man - 3:05
  Side Two:
B1. There Is A Breeze - 3:13
B2. Pharaoh's Hand - 2:20
B3. About You Girl - 2:38
B4. All That Keeps You Going - 3:16
B5. The Great American Novel - 4:05
B6. Liberty - 0:45

      Recorded at Clements Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
      Producer by Charlie Tallent

Beegie Adair - Keyboards
Kenny Buttrey - Drums
Johnny Christopher - Guitar
Beegie Cruser - Grand Piano and Organ
Gene Cotton - Guitar, Vocals 
Sandy Cotton - Flute
Sheldon Kurland - Strings
Charlie McCoy - Harmonica
Billy Sanford, Pete Wade - Acoustic Guitar
Reggie Young - Electric Guitar
Christopher Cotton - Best Kid
Jack Williams - Bass

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                                                              • Thanks to EW

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