Scott McCarl - Play On... album flac
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|1||Go Down Swingin'
Drums – George Spelvin Harmony Vocals – Brent WarrenLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Scott McCarlPercussion – Tom DanneryProducer – Brent Warren, Michael PurkhiserSlide Guitar – Billy SullivanWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|2||I'll Be On My Way
Bass – Brent WarrenDrums, Percussion – George Spelvin Harmony Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Piano – Billy SullivanLead Vocals – Scott McCarlProducer – Billy Sullivan, Brent Warren, Michael PurkhiserWritten-By – Billy Sullivan, Brent Warren
|3||Run For The Sun
Drums – George Spelvin Lead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano – Scott McCarlOrgan, Tambourine, Timpani – Brent WarrenProducer – Brent Warren, Michael PurkhiserRhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserWritten-By – Brent Warren, Scott McCarl
|4||Wait A Minute Girl
Guitar – Terry CarolanGuitar, Bass, Synthesizer, Piano – Kip MillweeGuitar, Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Michael Favorito, Scott McCarl
|5||Fallin' In Lovin'
Guitar, Backing Vocals – Terry CarolanGuitar, Bass – Kip MillweeGuitar, Lead Vocals – Scott McCarlMixed By – Terry CarolanWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|6||In Love Without A Girl
Bass, Backing Vocals – Al ChanDrums, Backing Vocals – Donn PsindtGuitar, Backing Vocals – Tommy DunbarLead Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Michael Favorito, Scott McCarl
Drums – George Spelvin Harmony Vocals – Fran KowalskiLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Bass, Organ, Piano – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|8||Yes It Is
Drums, Percussion – Billy SullivanHarmony Vocals – Gary GrimesHarmony Vocals, Autoharp, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium – Brent WarrenLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals – Scott McCarlProducer – Brent Warren, Michael PurkhiserWritten-By – Lennon-McCartney
Backing Vocals – Gary GrimesBass – Brent WarrenDrums – Don KreugerGuitar – Billy Sullivan, Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Dave Smalley , Eric Carmen
|10||Same Ol' Heartache
Backing Vocals – Al ChanInstruments, Backing Vocals – Tommy DunbarLead Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Kyle Vincent, Tommy Dunbar
|11||I Think About You
Drums – Rob GroganGuitar, Bass, Keyboards, Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|12||Don't Wanna Go
Drums – Rob GroganLead Vocals, Instruments – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Michael Favorito, Scott McCarl
|13||Thanks For The Ride
Piano – Norman CotoneVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl
Drums – Hilly MichaelsElectric Guitar – ArlisGuitar, Backing Vocals – Jeff Chandler , Ted PaxsonLead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|15||Don't Make Me Sad
Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl
|16||I Wanna Be Free
Drums – Tom SorrellsGuitar, Vocals – Jeff Chandler , Ted PaxsonLead Vocals, Bass – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Bobby Hart, Tommy Boyce
Bass, Vocals – Scott McCarlDrums – Tom SorrellsGuitar, Vocals – Jeff Chandler , Ted PaxsonWritten-By – Scott McCarl
- Producer – Scott McCarl
NotesTracks 11-17 on cd are bonus tracks.
16 & 17 by Yellow Hair with Scott McCarl on lead Vocals
16 - A side of the 2nd Yellow Hair single (Bell B-856)
17 - B side of the 1st Yellow Hair single (Pacific Avenue 457)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5022911109660
- Rights Society: MCPS/BMI
|TITAN CD 1426||Scott McCarl||Play On... (CD)||Titan Records||TITAN CD 1426||US||1997|
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Scott McCarl may have only appeared on a single Raspberries release (their 1974 swan song, Starting Over), but the bassist was a very talented singer/songwriter - one of the reasons why Eric Carmen and company enlisted him in the first place. So why it took McCarl so bloody long to issue a solo album in the wake of the Raspberries' 1975 split-up was a bit puzzling to fans. Titled after his best-known Raspberries composition, Play On surfaced in 1998, and showed that despite the long layoff, McCarl's gift for Beatlesque vocals and power pop had not dulled in the slightest.
Scott McCarl's Play On is one of those albums. SM was a member of the glorious powerpop gods the Raspberries. Sadly, this great bad were ignored in the UK in the early 70's - we were more interested in Mud, Gary Glitter and Slade. SM featured on their best and final album Starting Over in 1974, which was pretty much the best album of that year
Scott McCarl – Play O. .Label: Titan Records (5) – TITAN CD 1426. Drums – George Spelvin (2)Harmony Vocals – Fran KowalskiLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals, Bass, Organ, Piano – Scott McCarlWritten-By – Scott McCarl. 8. Yes It Is. Drums, Percussion – Billy SullivanHarmony Vocals – Gary GrimesHarmony Vocals, Autoharp, Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium – Brent WarrenLead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Michael PurkhiserLead Vocals, Harmony Vocals – Scott McCarlProducer – Brent Warren, Michael PurkhiserWritten-By – Lennon-McCartney.
Scott McCarl of The Raspberries offers up a delightful 50-minute, 17-track album. Scott didn't write the Holy Book Of Pop, but he certainly adds some new chapters to the book with this effort. Wait A Minute Girl," written by Scott and Michael Favorito, is a stunner, with Beatles references throughout (how the heck can Scott sound like both John and Paul?). I'll Be On My Way," written by Billy Sullivan and Brent Warren of The Action, is an instant classic, full of the kind of sounds that, dare I say it, makes The Beatles music enjoyable to this day. Before Scott. Connect to this site.
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They were replaced by bassist Scott McCarl and ex-Cyrus Erie drummer Michael McBride for what was to be the fourth and final Raspberries album, Starting Over. The band broke up in April 1975, but their style continued to influence other musicians. Singer-guitarist and primary songwriter Eric Carmen went on to have a successful solo career as a singer and writer of romantic pop ballads. His first solo hit "All By Myself" (which rearranged a motif from the melody of "Let's Pretend") hit No. 2 nationally, and was successfully covered by Celine Dion in 1996. Retrieved August 11, 2009.
On November 9, 1979, Eric stepped onto the brightly lit Budokan stage in Tokyo as an adoring crowd of Japanese fans chanted his name and applauded wildly during his show-a performance that was also seen by an estimated audience of 30 million television viewers. Playing in Tokyo was a magic moment for me, says Eric. Photographs of Eric Carmen playing a vintage acoustic Ovation Balladeer at the Record Plant in New York City while recording a tune for Raspberries Side 3 album. Просматривайте этот и другие пины на доске Eric Carmen - The Raspberries пользователя Trish Jefferson.