P.F. Sloan - Take Him For What He's Worth (Rare Singles And Unreleased Demos) FLAC album
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Опубликовано: 23 нояб. 2007 г. Buffalo Springfield - For What Its Worth (With Jefferson Airplane Pictures).
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Tom Dowd claimed he mixed the song at Atlantic's studio in New York, though this has been disputed. Dowd did take part in the production of Cher's version of the song in 1969. The song is distinguished with the use by Neil Young of the "guitar harmonics" technique and sound. For What It's Worth" quickly became a well-known protest song Chart history.
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15 Rare Books Worth a Fortune. Tolkien released his epic trilogy The Lord of the Rings, he wrote a smaller fantasy novel for children called The Hobbit in 1937. The London publishers of The Hobbit, George Allen & Unwin Lt. printed only 1,500 copies for its initial run. The children’s book quickly sold out three months after its release.
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|1||–Sloan* & Barri*||Take Me For What I'm Worth||2:42|
|2||–Flip Sloan*||All I Want Is Loving||2:15|
|3||–Flip Sloan*||Little Girl In The Cabin||2:17|
|4||–Phil Sloan*||If You Believe In Me||2:20|
|5||–Phil Sloan*||She's My Girl||1:48|
|6||–Terry Black||There's Something About You||1:58|
|7||–Sloan* & Barri*||That's Cool, That's Trash||2:15|
|8||–Sloan* & Barri*||You Baby||2:31|
|9||–P.F. Sloan||I Know You'll Be There||2:11|
|10||–P.F. Sloan||Another Day, Another Heartache||2:22|
|11||–P.F. Sloan||Miss Charlotte||2:24|
|12||–P.F. Sloan||Is It Any Wonder||2:40|
|13||–Sloan* & Barri*||Can I Geto To Know You Better||2:29|
|14||–P.F. Sloan||See Ya Around On The Rebound||2:22|
|15||–P.F. Sloan||Child Of Our Times||3:42|
|16||–P.F. Sloan||Cling To Me||2:59|
|17||–P.F. Sloan||I Don't Want To Say Goodnight||2:23|
|18||–P.F. Sloan||My First Day Alone||2:37|
|19||–P.F. Sloan||Troubled Mind||2:08|
|20||–P.F. Sloan||Too Late Baby||2:21|
|21||–Sloan* & Barri*||Autumn||2:25|
|22||–Philip Sloan*||I Can't Help But Wonder, Elizabeth||3:45|
|23||–P.F. Sloan||Eve Of Destruction 1990 (The Environment)||5:38|
|24.1||–P.F. Sloan||Secret Agent Man (Intro)||0:49|
|24.2||–Sloan* & Barri*||Danger Man||2:20|
|25||–P.F. Sloan||Let Me Be||3:25|
|26||–P.F. Sloan||Where Were You When I Needed You||1:57|
|27||–P.F. Sloan||Take Me For What I'm Worth||3:47|
- Liner Notes – Rob Kopp
NotesCDr is included with the book "P.F. Sloan - Take Him For What He's Worth. Biographies - Discography - Song Texts" edited by Rob Kopp.
Track 1 recorded in 1965 and comes from the Trousdale sampler "What's Going On Here?".
Tracks 2+3 originally a 7" from 1959.
Tracks 4+5 originally a 7" from 1960.
Track 6 recorded in 1965 appeared on the Terry Black LP "The Black Plague" and on the B-side of his "Rainbow" single. According to the liner notes of this release it's P.F. Sloan singing and not Terry Black.
Track 7 dates from 1964-1965.
Tracks 8-20 (1965-1967) are from the unreleased "Child Of Our Times (The Trousdale Demo Sessions 1965-1967" CD on Varèse Sarbande (VSD-5825).
Track 21 recorded 1965-1967.
Track 22 recorded in 1967.
Track 23 was recorded in 1989 and also appears on the Wildlife Fund CD "El Dorado".
Track 24.1 recorded in 1994.
Track 24.2 is a demo recorded in 1965.
Tracks 25-27 recorded in 1997.
Second edition of 30 copies with blue label/sleeve (CDr) and blue cover (book).