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Mungo Jerry - You Don't Have To Be In The Army Album

Mungo Jerry - You Don't Have To Be In The Army Album
Title:
You Don't Have To Be In The Army
Performer:
Mungo Jerry
Style:
Classic Rock
Released:
1971
Catalog:
YS-2633-YD
Country:
Japan
MP3 album size:
2213 mb
FLAC album size:
2357 mb
Genre:
Label:
Dawn

Tracklist


1Pidgeon Crew
Written-By – Dorset
4:52
2You Don't Have To Be In The Army To Fight In The War
Written-By – Dorset
3:27
3Ella Speed
Arranged By – DorsetWritten-By – Trad.
3:12
4Hey Rosalyn
Written-By, Lead Vocals – King
3:49
5That Old Dust Storm
Written-By – Guthrie
3:31
6On A Sunday
Written-By – Dorset
3:19
7Give Me Love
Written-By – Dorset
3:50
8Simple Things
Written-By – Dorset
3:54
9Northcote Arms
Written-By – Dorset
3:17
10Keep Your Hands Off Her
Arranged By – DorsetWritten-By – Trad.
2:49
11Take Me Back
Arranged By – DorsetWritten-By – Trad.
3:28
12There's A Man Going Round Taking Names
Arranged By – DorsetWritten-By – Trad.
3:09


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DNLS 3028, DNLS.3028Mungo Jerry You Don't Have To Be In The Army ‎(LP, Album)Dawn , Dawn DNLS 3028, DNLS.3028UK1971
Y8DN 3028Mungo Jerry You Don't Have To Be In The Army ‎(8-Trk, Album)Dawn Y8DN 3028UK1971
NSPL 28111Mungo Jerry You Don't Have To Be In The Army ‎(LP, Album)Pye RecordsNSPL 28111New Zealand1971
85800 ITMungo Jerry You Don't Have To Be In The Army ‎(LP, Album)Pye Records85800 ITGermany1971
SLDPY 817 Mungo Jerry "You Don't Have To Be In The Army" ‎(LP, Album)Pye RecordsSLDPY 817 France1971


Credits


  • Bass Guitar, Organ, Electric PianoJohn Godfrey
  • Design [Sleeve Design And Production]Art Direction
  • EngineerTerry Evennett
  • IllustrationAlan Lee
  • Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar [6 String Acoustic], Kazoo, Accordion, Harp, Tambourine, Bongos, Whistle, Claves, Maracas, Claves, Percussion [Stomp]Ray Dorset
  • Piano, VocalsColin Earl
  • ProducerBarry Murray
  • Vocals, Banjo, Acoustic Guitar [12 String Acoustic], Harp, Whistling, Jug, Kazoo, Acoustic Guitar [6 String Acoustic]Paul King
  • WashboardJoe Rush


Notes


Released in a gatefold sleeve.
Includes an insert with the lyrics and OBI.

The disc appears dark red when held before a strong light source.


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.


Album


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