Written-By – J. Merrick. From MERCURY'S Album, "FOLLOW FOLLOW FOLLOW" SR-61208.
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How Sweet It Is is the second live album by the Jerry Garcia Band. It was released in 1997, two years after Jerry Garcia's death. Like the band's self-titled first live release, it was recorded in the spring of 1990 at The Warfield in San Francisco, California How Sweet It Is captures the Jerry Garcia Band running through a selection of originals and covers
Listen to music from Jerry Merrick like Follow, Love Is A Word Token & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Jerry Merrick. His songs have been recorded by Richie Havens, . Thomas, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Susan Tedeschi. Merrick is best known for writing "Follow," which appeared on the 1967 Richie Havens release "Mixed Bag" (MCA Verve/Folkways), which Rolling Stone called a "Sixties folk epic. Havens also performed the song in concert appearances at the Newport Folk Festival and Carnegie Hall.
Dick Merrick comes to you live from the Cotillion Room of the Beau Rivage in Miami Beach, Florida (on the ocean at 99th Street, Bal Harbour). A classic lounge-act crooner, he sings in a "warm baritone" with "expressive stylings. True appreciation comes from beholding all the glory of his album's sub-mediocre packaging, including the Beau Rivage slogan, "Where l'action is!," and the obligatory black-and-white photos of the resort hotel. The songs are standard fare ("What Now My Love," "More"), with a pair combined in a medley on each.
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Subsequently, Merrick went on to record an album of original compositions for Mercury Records, released in 1969. Following this he moved his family away from New York City and teamed up briefly with fellow Mercury artist Kenny Rankin to appear on The Tonight Show, and open for Flip Wilson in various venues throughout the US. However, a decision to focus on his growing family eventually led him to withdraw from the music industry. Meanwhile, his song "Guess I'll Pack My Things," had been recorded by Tom Ghent on his self-titled debut for Bill Cosby's Tetragrammaton Records.
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Written-By – J. Merrick*
Written-By – J. Merrick*
- Published By – Unart Music Inc.
- Published By – Luvlin Music, Inc.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Artie Schroeck
- Producer – Jack Lewis, Monte Kay
NotesFrom MERCURY'S Album, "FOLLOW FOLLOW FOLLOW" SR-61208.
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