Tom Rush - Tom Rush mp3 album
Title: Tom Rush
Date of release: 1970
Size MP3: 1553 mb
Size FLAC: 1822 mb
Format: VOX APE MP2 DXD DMF AIFF MP1
Ladies Love Outlaws is the 1974 country rock album from folk rock musician Tom Rush. The album spent nine weeks on the Billboard 200 charts, peaking at number 124 on November 16, 1974. Ladies Love Outlaws" (Lee Clayton) – 2:28. Hobo's Mandolin" (Michael Peter Smith) – 3:12. Indian Woman from Wichita" (Wayne Berry) – 4:19. Maggie" (Tom Rush) – 3:32. Desperados Waiting for a Train" (Guy Clark) – 3:30. Claim on Me" (Clayton) – 4:08. Jenny Lynn" (Richard Dean) – 2:59.
Music video by Rush performing Tom Sawyer. C) 1981 The Island Def Jam Music Group and Anthem Entertainment. UMG, Anthem Entertainment (Masters) (от лица компании "Island Def Jam"); Anthem Entertainment (Publishing), LatinAutor, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, União Brasileira de Compositores, EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, AMRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV" и другие авторские общества (17).
Album · 1970 · 13 Songs. After several albums for various labels, Rush landed on Elektra Records and recorded this self-titled collection of blues and folk traditionals. It's not to be confused with his Columbia Records debut, 1970's Tom Rush. His love for classic American music is evident in these hard-rocking acoustic renditions of Kokomo Arnold's "Milk Cow Blues," Bukka White's "Panama Limited," and public domain tunes such as "Black Mountain Blues" and "The Cuckoo
Yup, that’s Tom with his good friend and then bandmate Trevor Veitch, playing Wasn’t that a Mighty.
Standouts include David Wiffen's "Driving Wheel," McLaughlin's "Old Man's Song" and "Child's Song," and Browne's "Colors of the Su.
On his 1970 self titled album Tom Rush - his 7th album - he covers songs from fellow folkies such as Jackson Browne, Murray McLauchlan, James Taylor and David Wiffen, with a hint of country sneaking into the arrangements. The music of Tom Rush has left its stamp on generations of artists. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Side B. 1. These Days 2. Wild Child (World Of Trouble) 3. Colors Of The Sun 4. Livin' In The Country 5. Child's Song. Tom Rush is an American folk singer/songwriter who began performing in 1961 while studying at Harvard University (he majored in English literature). Quickly, he became a regular on the East Coast folk circuit. A lot of his early recordings are versions of Lowland Scots and Appalachian folk songs. His first album saw the light of day in 1962.
No Regrets" is a song by folk and blues singer/songwriter Tom Rush. It is the final song on his 1968 album The Circle Game. His 1968 composition has become an acknowledged standard, with numerous cover versions having been recorded. In addition to his 1968 sparse acoustic recording of the song, Rush later recorded a more lush, orchestrated pop version for Columbia Records featuring Carly Simon on background vocals and a screaming electric guitar solo for his 1974 album Ladies Love Outlaws.
Studio album by Tom Rush. Hobo's Mandolin" (Michael Peter Smith) Note: The correct title for this song is "This Here Mandolin" by Michael Peter Smith, who was never paid for its use on this album. Godon Bok also recorded the song, and he called it "This Old Mandolin". Michael's songs are published by Bird Avenue Publishing-ASCAP. Indian Woman from Wichita" (Wayne Berry). Desperados Waiting for a Train" (Guy Clark). Claim on Me" (Lee Clayton). Jenny Lynn" (Richard Dean).
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – D. Whiffen*
|A2||Rainy Day Man
Written-By – J. Taylor*
|A3||Drop Down Mama
Written-By – J. Estes*
|A4||Old Man's Song
Written-By – M. McLaughlin*
Written-By – J. C. Young*
Written-By – J. Browne*
Written-By – F. Neil*
|B3||Colors Of The Sun
Written-By – J. Browne*
|B4||Livin' In The Country
Written By – W. Day, W. Winsted
Written-By – M. McLaughlin*
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Acoustic Bass – Ron Carter (tracks: A5)
- Arranged By [Orchestra Arranged By] – Julie Held
- Arranged By, Producer – Ed Freeman
- Bass – Duke Bardwell
- Dobro – David Bromberg (tracks: A1)
- Drums – Herbie Lovelle
- Engineer – Jim Reeves
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Mandocello – Trevor Veitch
- Management – Grossman/Glotzer
- Organ – Paul Griffin (tracks: A1)
- Photography By – Don Hunstein
- Piano, Organ – Warren Bernhardt
- Steel Guitar – Red Rhodes (tracks: B3)
- Twelve-String Guitar – Ed Freeman (tracks: A4)
- Vocals, Guitar – Tom Rush
Notes"2 eye label"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 1): XSM151793-2AB /T
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 1): XSM151794-2G /T
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, variant 2): XSM151793-2C /T
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, variant 2): XSM151794-2C /T
|63940, S 63940||Tom Rush||Tom Rush (LP, Album)||CBS, CBS||63940, S 63940||UK||1970|
|CS 9972||Tom Rush||Tom Rush (LP, Album, RE, Pit)||Columbia||CS 9972||US||Unknown|
|CS 9972||Tom Rush||Tom Rush (LP, Album, RE)||Columbia||CS 9972||US||1970|
|CS 9972||Tom Rush||Tom Rush (LP, Album)||Columbia||CS 9972||Canada||1970|
|CS 9972||Tom Rush||Tom Rush (LP, Album, RE, Ter)||Columbia||CS 9972||US||Unknown|