Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Organ, Cabasa, Other – Andrew GoldBacking Vocals – Andrew Gold, Kenny Edwards, Linda Ronstadt, Peter AsherBass – Kenny EdwardsClaves – Peter AsherCongas – Tessie CoenDrums – Michael Botts Electric Guitar – Dan DugmoreElectric Piano – Clarence McDonaldHandclaps – Andrew Gold, Peter Asher. B4. Go Back Home Again. Backing Vocals – Brock Walsh, Kenny EdwardsBass – Kenny EdwardsDrums – Michael Botts Guitar, Soloist, Piano,.
What's Wrong With This Picture? continued in the same vein as Andrew Gold's first release, only this time the emphasis is on covers rather than original material. Herein lies his Top 40 hit "Lonely Boy," as well as his precise rendition of Buddy Holly's "Learning the Game. Sophomore jinx aside, this is a very satisfying album.
What's Wrong with This Picture? (1976). Andrew Gold is the first album by singer-songwriter Andrew Gold. It was released in 1975 on Asylum Records. Linda Ronstadt, of whose band Gold was a member at the time, appears on the album.
Andrew Gold on Lonely Boy Andrew - I sort of knew that it was a strong song and I knew that when we went in to arrange it with the band which was Linda Ronstadt's band. It was Mike Botts on Drums, Kenny Edwards on Bass, Guitar, Waddy Wachtel on Guitar and my self. We rehearsed it before we went out on tour and I was opening up for Linda (Ronstadt) during this period of 1976. Andrew Gold was the Opening act on the Linda Ronstadt Hasten Down the Wind Tour. The same musicians in Linda's band backed Andrew on the tour as well. Band members: Andrew Gold - Vocals, Piano, Guitar Waddy Wachtel - Guitar, Background Vocals Brock Walsh - Keyboards, Background Vocals Dan Dugmore - Guitar Kenny Edwards - Bass, Background Vocals Michael Botts - Drums.
Artist: Andrew Gold Title: What's Wrong With This Picture Year Of Release: 2005 Label: Collector's Choice Music Genre: Pop-Rock/Soft Rock Quality: FLAC (image+. Copy Cat would be the last solo album released during his lifetime. After battling cancer. Andrew Gold died in his sleep at his home in Encino, California on June 3, 2011.
Andrew Gold lyrics - 47 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Thank You For Being A Friend", "Never Let Her Slip Away". album: "What's Wrong With This Picture?" (1976). Hope You Feel Good Learning The Game Angel Woman Lonely Boy Firefly Go Back Home Again One Of Them Is Me. album: "All This And Heaven Too" (1978). How Can This Be Love Oh Urania (Take Me Away) Still You Linger On Never Let Her Slip Away Always For You Thank You For Being A Friend Looking For My Love Genevieve. album: "Whirlwind" (1980). Kiss This One Goodbye Sooner Or Later Little Company Stranded On The Edge Since 1951" (1996). Can Anybody See You Teardrops.
He stayed with Ronstadt until 1977, playing on her next four albums. Even before leaving the Ronstadt fold, he had branched out into a solo career, releasing his first album, Andrew Gold, in 1975, and following it up with What's Wrong With This Picture? (1976). Lonely Boy gave him his first big hit, in 1977, cracking the US top 10 and reaching No 11 in Britain. Gold revealed that the song was partly inspired by Ry Cooder's version of How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live, adding that "I thought it should be an eight-minute opus, but I got bored after three and a half.
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|A1||Hope You Feel Good
Backing Vocals – Brock Walsh, Kenny EdwardsBass – Kenny EdwardsDrums – Russell Kunkel*Guitar – Waddy*Piano, Tambourine, Shaker, Recorder – Andrew Gold
Backing Vocals – Brock WalshBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russell Kunkel*Piano – Andrew GoldShakuhachi [Shaku Hachi] – Donald Menza*
|A3||Do Wah Diddy
Backing Vocals – Andrew Gold, Brock Walsh, Kenny Edwards, Peter Asher, Val GarayBass – Leland SklarDrums – Russell Kunkel*Handclaps – Andrew Gold, Peter AsherRhythm Guitar [Second] – Danny KortchmarSoloist, Rhythm Guitar [First] – Andrew Gold
|A4||Learning The Game
Backing Vocals – Brock Walsh, Kenny EdwardsBass – Waddy*Drums – Michael Botts*Mandolin – Kenny EdwardsPiano, Tambourine – Andrew GoldSteel Guitar – Dan DugmoreSynthesizer [Arp String Ensemble] – Brock Walsh
Piano – Andrew Gold
|A6||Must Be Crazy
Backing Vocals – Andrew Gold, Kenny EdwardsBass – Leland SklarCongas – Tessie CoenDrums – Russell Kunkel*Electric Guitar – Danny KortchmarHandclaps – Andrew Gold, Peter AsherPiano, Tambourine, Organ – Andrew GoldSoloist, Saxophone – Donald Menza*
Backing Vocals – Linda RonstadtBass – Kenny EdwardsDrums, Bells [Sleigh] – Michael Botts*Electric Piano, Synthesizer [Arp String Ensemble] – Brock WalshHandclaps – Andrew Gold, Peter AsherLead Guitar – Waddy*Rhythm Guitar – Dan Dugmore
Drums, Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Synthesizer [Arp String Ensemble], Backing Vocals – Andrew Gold
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Organ, Cabasa, Other [Sandblocks] – Andrew GoldBacking Vocals – Andrew Gold, Kenny Edwards, Linda Ronstadt, Peter AsherBass – Kenny EdwardsClaves – Peter AsherCongas – Tessie CoenDrums – Michael Botts*Electric Guitar [Rhythm] – Dan DugmoreElectric Piano – Clarence McDonaldHandclaps – Andrew Gold, Peter Asher
|B4||Go Back Home Again
Backing Vocals – Brock Walsh, Kenny EdwardsBass – Kenny EdwardsDrums – Michael Botts*Guitar [Left], Soloist, Piano, Congas, Tambourine, Tom Tom – Andrew GoldGuitar [Right] – Dan Dugmore
|B5||One Of Them Is Me
Acoustic Guitar – Brock WalshBacking Vocals – Andrew Gold, Brock Walsh, Kenny EdwardsBass – Kenny EdwardsDrums – Michael Botts*Electric Guitar – Waddy*Electric Piano, Finger Cymbals – Andrew GoldSteel Guitar – Dan DugmoreTambourine, Shaker – Peter Asher
- Distributed By – RCA Music Service – R 124201 A
- Arranged By [String And Horn] – David Campbell
- Concertmaster – Charles Veal Jr.
- Engineer – Val Garay
- Engineer [Assistant] – Dennis Kirk, Greg Ladanyi
- Mastered By – Doug Sax
- Producer – Peter Asher
NotesIssued with custom printed Inner-Sleeve with credits, liner notes, lyrics, etc.
RCA Music Service Edition printed on label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Pressed): R 124201 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Pressed): R 124201 b
|7ES-1086, 7ES 1086||Andrew Gold||What's Wrong With This Picture? (LP, Album)||Asylum Records, Asylum Records||7ES-1086, 7ES 1086||Canada||1976|
|7E-1086||Andrew Gold||What's Wrong With This Picture? (Cass, Album)||Asylum Records||7E-1086||US||1976|
|7E-1086||Andrew Gold||What's Wrong With This Picture? (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||7E-1086||Australia||1976|
|AS 53052||Andrew Gold||What's Wrong With This Picture? (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||AS 53052||Germany||1977|
|P-10290Y||Andrew Gold||What's Wrong With This Picture? (LP, Album, Promo)||Asylum Records||P-10290Y||Japan||1977|