Love Heals: The Complete Recordings

Love Heals: The Complete Recordings

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by Colours

Product Details

Release Date:
Now Sounds

Related Subjects


  1. Bad Day at Black Rock, Baby
  2. Love Heals
  3. Helping You Out
  4. Where Is She
  5. Rather Be Me
  6. I'm Leaving
  7. Brother Lou's Love Colony
  8. I Think of Her (She's on My Mind)
  9. Lovin'
  10. Cataleptic
  11. Don't You Realize
  12. Tomorrow's Women
  13. All at Once
  14. Right or Wrong
  15. She'll Be the One
  16. She Just Wanted Kisses
  17. Angie
  18. God Please Take My Life
  19. When Will You Be Coming Home?
  20. I Tried to Make You Love Me Last Night
  21. Grey Day
  22. Smilin' in Toronto
  23. Hyannis Port Soul (Lost You to the Wind)
  24. Run Away from Here
  25. It's Time to Tell You
  26. Announcement
  27. I'll Be Your Friend
  28. You're High

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Colours   Primary Artist
Chuck Blackwell   Drums
Jack Dalton   Guitar
Gary Montgomery   Piano
Carl Radle   Bass
Rob Edwards   Guitar

Technical Credits

Danny Moore   Producer
Richard Delvy   Producer,Executive Producer
Bones Howe   Producer
Phil Macy   Engineer
Gary Montgomery   Composer
Brian Ross-Myring   Engineer
Pete Romano   Engineer
Dave Roberts   Horn Arrangements,String Arrangements
Beverly Parker   Art Direction
Steve Stanley   Producer,Liner Notes,Reissue Producer,Art Direction
Chris Whorf   Art Direction
George Whiteman   Cover Photo
Jon Borgzinner   Author

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Love Heals: The Complete Recordings 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Poor imitation of Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band. A competent if unexciting derivation of the sort of florid, bouncy, multi-textured songs the Beatles did on their 1967 LPs and singles. The problems? The songs weren't one-tenth as memorable, and the arrangements not nearly as clever or intricate, even if there was obvious attention paid to detail, with full harmonies and varying overlays of horns, strings, and even a sitar.