Mark Lindsay - Arizona (1970) Silverbird (1970) (1996)

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Mark Lindsay - Arizona (1970) Silverbird (1970) (1996)

Mark Lindsay - Arizona (1970) Silverbird (1970) (1996)
Genre: Rock | Collectables | MP3 320Kbps | 21 track | 166 MB

Mark Lindsay was lead singer for Paul Revere & The Raiders before releasing these solo albums.

A 21-song collection drawn from the Arizona and Silverbird albums. The material is quite pop-oriented, and very pretty pop music -- there's not much rock here apart from "Arizona" and "Silverbird," and there are lots of string and brass sections at work, but Lindsay's voice is an extremely expressive instrument, and he gives some powerful performances. The material overlaps the repertories of the likes of Dionne Warwick, the Carpenters, and the Sandpipers ("Come Saturday Morning"), as well as Peter, Paul & Mary ("Leaving On a Jet Plane"); the arrangement on "We've Only Just Begun" is pure lounge act and makes the Carpenters' own version sound raw and direct; and the Beatles medley of "The Long and Winding Road"/"Yesterday" (two of Paul McCartney's wimpiest songs), where he sounds uncannily like McCartney, shows how far he'd come from the Raiders' punkier side. But that voice is very fine, still, and makes this material more worthwhile than it ought to be.
This album is also referred to as "Golden Classics" and "A Golden Classics Edition" depending upon the website.


01 - Arizona
02 - Something
03 - Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
04 - Love's Been Good to Me
05 - Small Town Woman
06 - First Hymn from Grand Terrace
07 - Miss America
08 - The Name of My Sorrow
09 - Leaving On a Jet Plane
10 - I'll Never Fall in Love Again
11 - Man From Houston
12 - Silver Bird
13 - We've Only Just Begun
14 - So Hard to Leave You
15 - Bookends
16 - And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind
17 - Medley_ The Long and Winding Road_Yesterday
18 - Funny How Little Men Care
19 - Come Saturday Morning
20 - Feel the Warm
21 - Windy Wakefield

The title tracks of the two albums were top 40 hits. "Miss America" and "And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind" reached #44 on the Billboard charts. I like "Miss America". It seemed to get a lot of play on the radio where I lived too. It got about the same amount of play as the two title tracks which were much bigger hits. Feel free to tell me what you think of any of the tracks in the comments below.

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