The Guess Who – American Woman - 50th Ann. Ed. - 1972 Canada Rock - Audiophile Kevin Gray - Blue Vinyl - Sealed 180 Grm LP
The Guess Who – American Woman
RCA Victor – FRM-4266, Friday Music – FRM-4266
Mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso and pressed at R.T.I.
RCA Victor – LSP-4266, Sony Music – 19439711051
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, RE Gat Blue 180g
Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered, 180 gram, Blue
180gr limited edition Translucent Blue Vinyl.
Re-Mastered by Joe Reagoso with Kevin Gray at Friday Music Studios from original RCA Victor Tapes first released 1970.
Friday Music is no stranger to The Guess Who and Randy Bachman catalogs of fine music, so it is with great honor to continue the Guess Who180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl Series with the release of the mega platinum American Woman.
50th Anniversary Limited Edition 180 Gram Translucent Blue Vinyl" with french translation on red sticker on shrink wrap
Canadian release in 2020 to co-incide with the 50th anniversary release of 1970
Without red sticker on shrink wrap, this could be confused as a 2018 re-issue
A1 American Woman 5:02
A2 No Time 3:45
A3 Talisman 5:05
A4 No Sugar Tonight / New Mother Nature 4:52
B1 969 (The Oldest Man) (Instrumental) 2:58
B2 When Friends Fall Out 2:58
B3 8:15 3:26
B4 Proper Stranger 4:00
B5 Humpty's Blues / American Woman (Epilogue) 6:11
Remastered At – Friday Music Studios – FRM-4266
Manufactured By – Sony Music entertainment
Compilation Producer – Jack Richardson
Photography By – Dave Hecht*, Nick Sangiamo
Reissue Producer – Joe Reagoso
Written By – Cummings* (tracks: A1-A3,B1-B5), Peterson* (tracks: A1,B5), Kale* (tracks: A1,B5), Bachman* (tracks: A1-A4,B2-B5)
Recorded at RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois.
American Woman was released 50 years ago in1969 and the subsequent single knocked the Beatrles off the charts.
After a string of non-stop hit singles and chart albums, The Guess Who finally achieved their biggest album yet with the mega classic Amercian Woman. This amazing album captured the music industry by storm and featured several smash #1 singles and solid album tracks, keeping this album in the top of the album charts for over a year.
Side One features the classic title # 1 rocker American Woman. For a song originally intended as a jam in the studio, the quartet of Randy Bachman, Burton Cummings, Jim Kale and Gary Peterson soon put the world on its ear with this brash and bold commentary. Quickly rising to the top of the music charts, this tune would set the album up for its success which would go on now for over forty years.
Their next super smash No Time would again make the band more music history as it landed in the top ten and showed the guitar technique of Randy Bachman which would serve as a precursor to the heavy metal sound he would later achieve with Bachman Turner Overdrive. The brilliant vocals of Burton Cummings and the three part harmony from the rest of the band made this musical manna in the summer of 1969.
Radio would serve them another number one as programmers soon found the B-Side of the American Woman 45 equally appealing as No Sugar Tonight would become another significant chapter in this Canadian supergroup s history.
More heavy hitters like When Friends Fall Out and Proper Stranger, the progressive ballad Talisman and the powerful blues shuffle of 969 (The Oldest Man) truly made the American Woman album one of the most important albums of the seventies and has continued to earn accolades into the new millennium with praise from new artists who have gone on to cover a number of tunes from this watershed release.
, this monumental masterpiece truly resonates the true rock and soulful performances of The Guess Who at their creative peak.
|Format||LP, 180 Gram|