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Lost Album Plus

by Robert Gordon
     
 

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When Robert Gordon entered the recording studio in June 1980 to record what was to be his fifth album, it was make or break time with RCA. He emerged from the studio with 12 songs, but RCA wasn't happy with what they had heard, so they sent him back to work on more material. The material that he began working on that November eventually became his final RCA album,… See more details below

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When Robert Gordon entered the recording studio in June 1980 to record what was to be his fifth album, it was make or break time with RCA. He emerged from the studio with 12 songs, but RCA wasn't happy with what they had heard, so they sent him back to work on more material. The material that he began working on that November eventually became his final RCA album, Are You Gonna Be The One, while only two songs from the June sessions were ever released. This fantastic Bear Family release compiles the other ten unreleased tracks from those sessions, and they are stunning. Leaving the rockabilly rebel in his back pocket, Gordon concentrates on pure pop and rock 'n' roll, never trying to be commercial or mainstream, yet sounding instantly accessible. His version of the Beatles' "Run For Your Life" rocks with more venom than the original, while the Elvis classic "Suspicion" equals the original in emotional power. Other gems include the driving "I Found You," the grooving "Movin' Too Slow," and the dramatic "So Young, So Bad." "It Hurts So Much" and "One Day Left" are fantastic pop songs. Marshall Crenshaw's "Wasting My Time" sounds as if it could have been recorded at the legendary Sun Studios. And on top of all these great unheard tracks, you get the remainder of Gordon's recordings from Private Stock and RCA that didn't end up on Bear Family's Red Hot 1977-1981 and Black Slacks compilation CDs.

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/20/1998
Label:
Bear Family
UPC:
0790051625122
catalogNumber:
16251

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Robert Gordon   Primary Artist,Vocals
Buddy Spicher   Fiddle
Danny Gatton   Guitar
Jordanaires   Choir, Chorus,Group
Bruce Springsteen   Piano
Link Wray   Guitar
Dick Hyman   Piano
Chris Spedding   Guitar
Lloyd Green   Steel Guitar
Rob Stoner   Multi Instruments
Paul Shaffer   Keyboards
Paul Evans   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Joe Babcock   Group
Bobby Black   Steel Guitar
Jeff Bova   Keyboards
Bobby Chouinard   Drums
Dennis Cooley   Choir, Chorus
Billy Cross   Guitar
Sal DiTroia   Acoustic Guitar
Dolores Edgin   Group
Chrissy Faith   Choir, Chorus
Anton Fig   Drums
Shannon Ford   Drums
Tony Garnier   Multi Instruments
Richard Gottehrer   Piano,farfisa organ
Robin Grean   Choir, Chorus
Hilda Harris   Choir, Chorus
Kathy Ingraham   Choir, Chorus
Jay Leonhart   Acoustic Bass
Charles Magruder   Choir, Chorus
Charlie Messing   Guitar
Nashville Edition   Group
Marty Nelson   Choir, Chorus
Lance Quinn   Guitar
Allan Schwartzberg   Drums
Andy Stein   Fiddle
Wendy Suits   Group
Scotty Turner   Rhythm Guitar
Terry Vernon   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Garry Lee Wayne   Bass
Howie Wyeth   Piano,Drums
Bellomo Sisters   Choir, Chorus,Group
Jan Magruder   Choir, Chorus
Chris Robison   farfisa organ
Three R's   Choir, Chorus,Group
Tish   Choir, Chorus
Artie Kaplan   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Jimmy Wisner   String Arrangements
Dennis Cooley   Contributor
Colin Escott   Liner Notes
Chrissy Faith   Contributor
Dennis Ferrante   Contributor,Multi-Track Mix
Richard Gottehrer   Producer
Robin Grean   Contributor
Hilda Harris   Contributor
Kathy Ingraham   Contributor
Charles Magruder   Contributor
Marty Nelson   Contributor
Jody Reynolds   Composer
Huey "Piano" Smith   Composer
Jan Magruder   Contributor
Chris Robison   Contributor
R.A. Andreas   Illustrations
Richard Weize   Reissue Producer
Jurgen Crasser   Mastering
Stefan Kohne   Contributor
Nadine Wuppesahl   Artwork
Dolores Nance   Composer

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