David Blue - Nice Baby And The Angel album FLAC
from "Nice Baby & the Angel".
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David Blue (February 18, 1941 – December 2, 1982), born Stuart David Cohen, was an American folk music singer-songwriter and actor. Me (Reprise, 1970) (released under the name S. David Cohen). Stories (Asylum, 1972). Nice Baby and the Angel, (Asylum, 1973). Com'n Back for More (Asylum, 1975). Cupid's Arrow (Asylum, 1976).
David Blue (February 18, 1941-December 2, 1982), born Stuart David Cohen, was an American singer-songwriter and actor. He was an integral part of the Greenwich Village folk music scene in New York, which included Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Dave Van Ronk, Tom Paxton, and Eric Andersen. Blue is perhaps best known for writing the song "Outlaw Man" for the Eagles, which was included on their 1973 Desperado album, as well as released as their second single.
Nice Baby David And The Asylum Blue Angel (LP, Records. RATCD-4262(WQCP-386). And The Angel (CD, Ltd, Muskrat Records.
David Blue - Nice Baby And The Angel MP3 version.
David Blue (February 18, 1941 – December 2, 1982), born Stuart David Cohen, was an American folk music singer-songwriter and actor. Colin Larkin (27 May 2011). The Encyclopedia of Popular Music (5th Concise e.
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Their sound recalls all that is good (OK, great) about the superbly crafted early-'60s pop music genre - especially female-led units such as the Angels and the Ronettes. Producer Roy Halee perfectly re-creates Phil Spector's Wagner-ian "Wall of Sound" on the upbeat "I Had a Love" - complete with timpani interjections and percussive castanet flourishes - as well as "Just the Other Day," throwing in more than a hint of a reggae shuffle backbeat.
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|A2||Lady O' Lady
Backing Vocals – Jennifer Warren
|A3||True To You||3:36|
|A4||On Sunday, Any Sunday||3:41|
|B3||Nice Baby And The Angel||3:03|
|B5||Train To Anaheim||3:27|
- Acoustic Guitar – Bob Rafkin
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Dave Mason
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Piano – Graham Nash
- Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Vocals – David Blue
- Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Violin, Viola, Mandolin, Zither – David Lindley
- Arranged By [Strings] – David Blue, Graham Nash
- Backing Vocals – Dave Mason, Glenn Frey, Graham Nash
- Bass – Chris Ethridge
- Cello – Terry Adams*
- Drums – John Barbata
- Engineer – Don Gooch
- Producer – Graham Nash
- Written-By – David Blue
|SD 5066||David Blue||Nice Baby And The Angel (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||SD 5066||US||1973|
|2C 064-94326||David Blue||Nice Baby And The Angel (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||2C 064-94326||France||1973|
|RATCD-4262(WQCP-386)||David Blue||Nice Baby And The Angel (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Muskrat Records||RATCD-4262(WQCP-386)||Japan||2006|
|5C062 - 94326||David Blue||Nice Baby And The Angel (LP, Album)||Asylum Records||5C062 - 94326||Netherlands||1973|
|SD 5066||David Blue||Nice Baby And The Angel (LP, Album, Promo)||Asylum Records||SD 5066||US||1973|