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Various - Lou Adler A Musical History flac album
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Lou Adler A Musical History
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Lou Adler - A Musical History. 25 tracks from the career of Producer, Songwriter and Ode/Dunhill Records founder LOU ADLER stretching from 1958 to 1974 – A Musical History is a brilliant and eclectic mix of styles, songs and genres that cleverly maps the emergence of the California Sound - including huge names like Sam Cooke, The Mama’s & The Papa’s and Carole King.

A Musical History is the second box set to anthologize Canadian-American rock group The Band.

music impresario Lou Adler talks about watching the modern music business take off along Sunset Boulevard. American singer-songwriter Carole King plays the piano to record producer Lou Adler, left, and her co-writer Toni Stern in Lou Adler's office in March 1971 in Los Angeles. Jim McCrary, Redferns). We were doing an album and he asked if he could bring some friends down. I said, Bring them down and when we take a break I'll listen to them. That's how I heard the Mamas & the Papas for the first time.

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Lou Adler – A Musical History is an overview, collecting records he masterminded. A reminder that the achievements did not spring from nowhere, the disc frames this man within the world he operated in. Many names are familiar: Cooke, The Everly Brothers, Jan & Dean, King and The Mamas & The Papas. What should have been the latest cut here (more on that in a few paragraphs) is Carole King’s "It's Going to Take Some Time", from the 1971 album Music, the also Adler-produced follow up to Tapestry. Pictured from left to right: Dean Torrence, Lou Adler, Jan Berry and Herb Alpert). As a label boss, producer, publisher, songwriter and all-round music man, Adler quickly made his made his mark. He and Alpert managed and produced Jan & Dean, laying the foundations for their later surf-era hits Their two contributions here, from 1959 and 1963, trace their evolution into a Beach.

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1 Sam Cooke Wonderful World
Written-By – Herb Alpert, Lou Adler, Sam Cooke
2:05
2 Johnny "Guitar" Watson* Deana Baby
Written-By – Herb Alpert, Lou Adler
2:08
3 Sam Butera And The Witnesses Bim Bam
Written-By – Herb Alpert, Lou Adler
2:04
4 Jan & Dean Baby Talk
Producer – Herb Alpert, Lou AdlerWritten-By – Melvin Schwartz
2:30
5 Sam Cooke All Of My Life
Written-By – Herb Alpert, Lou Adler
2:21
6 The Untouchables Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight
Producer – Herb Alpert, Lou AdlerWritten-By – James Bracken, James Hudson
2:14
7 Danté & The Evergreens* Alley-Oop
Producer – Herb Alpert, Lou AdlerWritten-By – Dallas Frazier
2:51
8 Jan & Dean Honolulu Lulu
Written-By – Roger ChristianWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By – Jan BerryWritten-By, Supervised By [Musical] – Lou Adler
2:14
9 The Everly Brothers* Crying In The Rain
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Carole King, Howard Greenfield
1:58
10 Barry McGuire Eve Of Destruction
Producer – Lou Adler, Sloan*, Barri*Written-By – P. Sloan*
3:32
11 The Mamas & The Papas Go Where You Wanna Go
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – John Phillips
2:26
12 The Mamas & The Papas California Dreamin'
Written-By – John Phillips, Michelle Phillips
2:38
13 Scott McKenzie San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By, Producer – John Phillips
2:56
14 The Blossoms Stoney End
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Laura Nyro
3:09
15 The Blossoms Wonderful
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Don Altfeld, Fred Weider, Jill Gibson
2:27
16 The City Snow Queen
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Gerry Goffin, Carole King*
4:08
17 Peggy Lipton Wear Your Love Like Heaven
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Donovan Leitch*
3:32
18 The Brothers & Sisters Of Los Angeles* The Times They Are A-Changin'
Producer, Directed By – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Bob Dylan
2:42
19 Merry Clayton Oh No, Not My Baby
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Gerry Goffin, Carole King*
3:24
20 Carole King It's Too Late
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Carole King, Toni Stern
3:52
21 Carole King It's Going To Take Some Time
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Carole King, Toni Stern
3:33
22 Merry Clayton Gimme Shelter
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards*
3:28
23 Spirit I Got A Line On You
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Randy California
2:40
24 Cheech & Chong Earache My Eye
Producer – Lou AdlerWritten-By – Gaye Delorme, Richard "Cheech" Marin*, Thomas Chong
2:28
25 Tim Curry & The Original Roxy Cast* Sweet Transvestite 3:25

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Ace Records Ltd.

Credits

  • Compiled By – Howard Frank
  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – Mick Patrick
  • Design [Package] – Niall Mccormack
  • Mastered By – Nick Robbins

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 029667057523