Warner/Reprise's Country & Western, Cowboy Provincial, And Twangy Americana Side; Or Jumpin' On The Country Bandwagon With Warner/Reprise. 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). Tracks A4, D6 & D7 are mono, all others are stereo. Automatic" side sequencing: one disc has sides 1 (A) and 4 (D); the other has sides 2 (B) and 3 (C).
Records was one of the hippest and most progressive record companies on the West Coast in the late 1960s. 1969 Record Show was the first of these efforts, and easily one of the finest.
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With the two-disc 1969 Warner/Reprise Songbook, Warner Bros.
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The Warner/Reprise Loss Leaders were a series of promotional sampler compilation albums released by Warner Bros. Records throughout the 1970s. Each album (usually a 2-record set) contained a wide variety of tracks by artists under contract to Warner Bros. and its subsidiary labels (primarily Reprise Records); often these were singles, B-sides, non-hit album tracks, or otherwise obscure material, all designed to arouse interest in the artists' regular albums.
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|Warner/Reprise's Country & Western, Cowboy Provincial, And Twangy Americana Side; Or Jumpin' On The Country Bandwagon With Warner/Reprise|
|A1||–Neil Young (With Crazy Horse)*||Cinnamon Girl
Written-By – Neil Young
|A2||–The Grateful Dead||Doin' That Rag (abridged)
Written-By – Garcia*, Lesh*, Hunter*
|A3||–Geoff Muldaur & Maria Muldaur||All Bowed Down
Written-By – Geoff Gutcheon*
|A4||–The Everly Brothers*||Empty Boxes
Written-By – Ron Elliot*
|A5||–Doug Kershaw||Son Of A Louisiana Man
Written-By – Doug Kershaw
|A6||–David Blue||Atlanta Farewell (abridged)
Written-By – David Blue
|A7||–Arlo Guthrie||Every Hand In The Land
Written-By – Arlo Guthrie
|A8||–The Blue Velvet Band||Weary Blues From Waitin'
Written-By – Hank Williams
|Warner/Reprise's Soft Arty Underbelly Side: A Collection Of Unamplified And Other Delights|
Written-By – George Harrison
|B2||–Joni Mitchell||My American Skirt (live)||0:40|
|B3||–Joni Mitchell||The Fiddle And The Drum
Written-By – Joni Mitchell
Written-By – Charles Lloyd
Written-By – Bert Jansch
|B6||–The Pentangle*||Once I Had A Sweetheart
Written-By – Jansch*, Thompson*, McShee*, Renbourn*, Cox*
|B7||–Joni Mitchell||Spoony's Wonderful Adventure (live)||0:40|
|B8||–Peter, Paul & Mary||Going To The Zoo
Written-By – Tom Paxton
|The Many Faces Of Pop|
Written-By – Nansi Nevins*
|C2||–Louie Shelton||A Walk In The Country
Written-By – Louie Shelton
|C3||–Lorraine Ellison||Stay With Me
Written-By – George Weiss*, Jerry Ragovoy
|C4||–Van Dyke Parks||Music For Ice Capades TV Commercials
Written-By – Van Dyke Parks
|C5||–Randy Newman||Yellow Man
Written-By – Randy Newman
|C6||–Pearls Before Swine||These Things Too
Written-By – Tom Rapp
|C7||–Hamilton Camp||Star Spangled Bus
Written-By – J. D. Souther*
|C8||–Ella Fitzgerald||The Hunter Gets Captured By The Game
Written-By – Wm. Robinson*
|The Irreverent Hippie-Creep And Rock 'N' Roll Side|
|D1||–The Fugs||Yodellin' Yippie
Written-By – Ed Sanders
|D2||–The Mothers||Electric Aunt Jemima
Written-By – Frank Zappa
|D3||–Jethro Tull||Fat Man
Written-By – Ian Anderson
|D4||–Mephistopheles||Take A Jet
Written-By – Siller*, Tackett*, Mosher*, Simone*
|D5||–The Jimi Hendrix Experience||Stone Free
Written-By – Jimi Hendrix
|D6||–The Kinks||Nothing To Say
Written-By – Ray Davies
|D7||–Fats Domino||Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
Written-By – John Lennon and Paul McCartney*
NotesThe second in Warners' "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).
Tracks A4, D6 & D7 are mono, all others are stereo.
Packaged in a gatefold cover with a four-page booklet affixed to the inside.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): 30965 PRO 336 SIDE-1-1A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): PRO·336 - 30966 - 1C A20
- Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, etched): PRO#336 30967-3 1C 1<
- Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, etched): 30968 - PRO 336 SIDE 4- -1A D
|PRO 336||Various||The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show (2xLP, Comp, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO 336||US||1969|
|PRO 336||Various||The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show (2xLP, Comp)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO 336||US||Unknown|
|PRO 336||Various||The 1969 Warner-Reprise Record Show (2xLP, Comp, RE, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO 336||US||Unknown|
|PRO 336||Various||The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show (2xLP, Promo, RP, Smplr)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||PRO 336||US||1969|
|PRO 336||Various||The 1969 Warner/Reprise Record Show (2xLP, Comp, Promo, RE, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO 336||US||Unknown|