Emitt Rhodes - The American Dream
|1||The Man He Was||2:58|
|2||Come Ride, Come Ride||2:53|
|5||Let's All Sing||2:40|
|7||Mary Will You Take My Hand||2:21|
|8||'Til The Day After||2:38|
|9||In Days Of Old||2:13|
- Arranged By – Bob Thompson, Ian Freebairn-Smith, Larry Marks, Perry Botkin Jr.
- Art Direction – Roland Young
- Musician – Bill Rheinhart, Chuck Berghoffer, David Cohen, Don Peak, Don Randi, Drake Levin, Emil Radocchia, Emitt Rhodes, Gary Kato, James Leitch, Joe Porcaro, Larry Knechtel, Lyle Ritz, Michael Rice, Pete Jolly, Tom Reynolds
- Musician, Drums – Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon, Joel Larson, John Guerin
- Photography By – Jim McCrary
- Producer – Larry Marks, Peter Pilafian
- Sleeve Notes – Lance Freed
- Written-By – Emitt Rhodes
Original 1970 issue with picture frame cover and Saturday Night.
Reissued in 1971 with paint splatter cover and You're A Very Lovely Woman replacing Saturday Night.
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Published By – La Brea Music
- Published By – Thirty Four Music Co.
- Pressed By – A&M Records
The American Dream is Emitt Rhodes' first album. It was recorded from 1967 to 1969, but released in 1970 as a contractual obligation to A&M Records. The album was reissued in 1971 in response to the success of his self-titled debut album on Dunhill Records. All songs by Emitt Rhodes. Mother Earth 2:29. Pardon Me 2:46. Textile Factory 3:04. Someone Died 2:04. Come Ride, Come Ride 2:53. Let's All Sing 2:41. Holly Park 2:59. You're a Very Lovely Woman 2:52. Emitt Rhodes is Rhodes' second album, released in 1970, although it is generally considered to be his debut album, as The American Dream was a contractual obligation, released without Rhodes' input. Rhodes recorded the album in his home studio. At the time, union rules required that recordings released on major labels must be recorded in proper studios, so the fact that this was a home recording could not be mentioned on the cover. The runout groove of the original LP release on Dunhill Records. Emitt Rhodes - The American Dream 1971. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Folk-Rock Pop-Rock Soft Rock. Emitt Rhodes. Songs in album Emitt Rhodes - The American Dream 1971. Emitt Rhodes - Mother Earth. Emitt Rhodes - Pardon Me. Emitt Rhodes - Textile Factory. Emitt Rhodes - Someone Died. Emitt Rhodes - Come Ride, Come Ride. Emitt Rhodes - Let's All Sing. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen free to Emitt Rhodes The American Dream Mother Earth, Pardon Me and more. 12 tracks 31:09. The American Dream is ranked 49,535th in the overall chart, 5,002nd in the 1970s, and 512th in the year 1971. This album is rated in the top 17 of all albums on . Emitt Rhodes The American Dream Record Album SP 4254 1971 VG Condition PROMO Condition: Used. Time left: 3d 8h 25m 29s Ships to: Worldwide. The American Dream. Released 1970. The American Dream Tracklist. Mother Earth Version verkaufen. UICY-3322. The American Dream CD, Album, RE. A&M Records. Diese Version verkaufen. SP 4254. Emitt Rhodes - The Man He Was 2:59. Emitt Rhodes - Saturday Night 2:01. Emitt Rhodes - Come Ride, Come Ride 19681971 2:56. Emitt Rhodes- Someone Died 2:05. Emitt Rhodes - Pardon Me 1971 2:47. Zur Liste hinzufügen. Album by Emitt Rhodes. Mother Earth. Pardon Me. Textile Factory. Someone Died. Come Ride, Come Ride. Let's All Sing. Holly Park. Mary, Will You Take My Hand The Man He Was. In Days Of Old. Till The Day After. Saturday Night. Bonus tracks. She Laughed Loud Merry-Go-Round A-side 1967. Listen, Listen Merry-Go-Round A-side 1968. Missing You Merry-Go-Round B-side 1968. Highway Merry-Go-Round A-side 1968. Time Will Show The Wiser Merry-Go-Round B-side 1966. California Girls bonus track. Saturday, October 02, 2010. Emitt Rhodes - American Dream 1971. Hawthorne, CA, native Emitt Rhodes made his first mark in the music world in 1967 as the leader of the baroque pop band the Merry-Go-Round. The band achieved some marginal success with the Rhodes-penned Live and You're a Very Lovely Woman, recording one album of Magical Mystery Tour-inspired pop. Although this album may have been a contractual obligation, there is no doubt that Emitt Rhodes did not take the task of recording American Dream lightly. After disbanding his first group, the Merry-Go-Round, Rhodes still owed A&M Records another album