Label: Reprise Records - MS 2187 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock
Sebastian also reworks a couple of Spoonful songs, providing new interpretations of "Wild About My Lovin'" (with a terrific mandolin solo by Ry Cooder) and the bluesy "Sportin' Life." Of the two new Sebastian-penned songs, "Stories We Could Tell" (featuring Phil Everly on background vocals) should have been a hit single/5(16).
out of 5 starsA Forgotten Gem Gets Re-Released. As a solo artist, John Sebastian never achieved the success of his former band, the Lovin' Spoonful. His first solo single, "She's a Lady," peaked at a disappointing No. In fact, his only Top 40 hit was his No. 1 single "Welcome Back" taken from the hit TV show "Welcome Back, Kotter."/5(15).
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Now in Varese Sarabande has decided to release an updated and expanded version of this album. "Stories We Could Tell: The Very Best of John Sebastian" offers up a terrific mix of old favorites from Sebastian's heyday as a solo artist in the early 's. I was duly impressed/5(39).
Mixdown at The Sound Factory, Los Angeles. ℗ Track A4 titled "Sportin' Life" on back sleeve, "Stories We Could Tell" on side 1 center label; track B4 titled "Stories We Could Tell" on back sleeve, "SPortin' Life" on side 2 center label. Preference given to sleeve titles. Neoplitan misspelled Nepolitan on center label, correctly on sleeve/5(2).
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