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Zager & Evans - The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) Album

Zager & Evans - The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) Album
Title:
The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others)
Performer:
Zager & Evans
Style:
Garage Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Released:
1969
Catalog:
WW 7123
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2481 mb
FLAC album size:
1236 mb
Genre:
Label:
White Whale

Tracklist


1Speed0:14
2Stars2:20
3Night Time Noon Time2:52
4I Still Love You2:22
5Lonesome For Your Love2:34
6Crystal Ball1:03
7Fly4:41
8Break Of Dawn0:32
9Christine2:12
10Nobody4:00
11Share Me2:14
12Listen To The Raindrops2:30
13Little Children3:05


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SWWL-933683Zager & Evans The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) ‎(LP)White WhaleSWWL-933683Australia1970
SWWL 933683Zager & Evans The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) ‎(LP)White WhaleSWWL 933683New Zealand1969
WWS-7123Zager & Evans The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) ‎(LP)White WhaleWWS-7123US1969
M 87123The Eccentrics / J.K. And Company The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans (And Others) ‎(8-Trk, Album)White WhaleM 87123US1969


Credits


  • Performer [Uncredited]J.K. & Company (tracks: B1 to B7), The Eccentrics (tracks: A1 to A6)
  • Written-ByZager & Evans


Notes


Performers are not credited on the release and has been derived from external sources.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: WST 8914
  • Matrix / Runout: WST 8914
  • Matrix / Runout: WW-7123 WST 8914 1C 3 2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: WW-7123 WST 8915 1C 3 2 0
  • Rights Society (tracks: A1 to A6): BMI
  • Rights Society (tracks: B1 to B7): ASCAP


Companies


  • Published By – Peter Jan Publishing
  • Published By – Pequod Music


Album


Zager and Evans was an American rock-pop duo active during the late 1960s and early 1970s, named after its two members, Denny Zager born 1944, Wymore, Nebraska and Rick Evans born 1943, Lincoln, Nebraska, died 2018, Santa Fe, New Mexico. They are best known for their 1969 No. 1 hit single In the Year 2525, which earned them one-hit wonder status. Denny Zager and Rick Evans met at Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1962. They were joined by drummer Danny Schindler later of the Benders in the. Zager & Evans - Denny Zager, Richard Evans. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album Zager & Evans - Zager & Evans 1970. Zager & Evans - Overture. Zager & Evans - In My House. Zager & Evans - During REM. Zager & Evans - Reginald Ludwig. Zager & Evans - The Plastic Park. Zager & Evans - The Candy Machine. Zager & Evans - Mister Turnkey. Zager & Evans - She Never Sleeps Beside Me. Zager & Evans - Crutches. Zager & Evans - Listen To The People. Other Zager & Evans albums: Food For The Mind. Zager & Evans 11 tracks Released in 1971 Pop. Food For The Mind. Be My Lady. Hydra 15,000. Listen full album. 2525 Exordium & Terminus. Zager & Evans 10 tracks Released in 1969 Jazz. In The Year 2525. View all Zager & Evans albums. The Early Writings Of Zager & Evans And Others. Zager & Evans. 13 tracks. Released in 1969. ZAGER AND EVANS - THE CANDY MACHINE 1970 Album: Zager And Evans 1970 I discovered Zager and Evans through their major 1 song In The Year & Evans was a Lincoln, Nebraska rock-pop duo of the late 1960s and early 1970s, named after its two members, Denny Zager and Rick Evans. Artists Dave Trupp and Mark Dalton backed up the duo. Zager & Evans are only known for their immensely popular song In the Year 2525 Exordium And Terminus, written by Rick Evans. It hit number one on the UK chart in 1969. Coincidentally, it was number one on 20 July 1969 in USA, the date of the first manned moon landing by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, and spent six weeks on the Billboard Top 40. It was nominated for a read more. Zager and Evans. Released 1970. Zager & Evans Tracklist. The Candy Machine Lyrics. About Zager & Evans. Zager & Evans Q&A. More Zager and Evans albums. Evans was their primary songwriter and wrote this one. Here is the timeline of why this science fiction-themed song was the 1 hit of 1969: March 1969 - two futuristic sci-fi movies receive Oscars: Planet Of The Apes and 2001: A Space Odyssey. July 11, 1969 - David Bowie's Space Oddity the tale of Major Tom is released in the UK. After this hit the top spot in both the US and UK, it put Zager & Evans at the very bottom of the alphabetical list of artists with a chart-topping song. In the UK, they held down the bottom until 2015, when David Zowie hit 1 with House Every Weekend. In America, that spot was taken the next year by Zayn with Pillowtalk. More songs from Zager & Evans. In the Year 2525 In the Style of Zager & Evans


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Reviews:
  • Vizil
Side 2 seems to be an exact lift of the second side of the JK & Co. LP. Anyone know what the deal is?
And after these years.. did you find anything you were looking for?
In my research into these bands, I've found there's no connection between J.K. & Company and The Eccentrics whatsoever. The Eccentrics listed here is a Lincoln, NE-based group that was a precursor to Zager and Evans ("In the Tear 2525"). The Eccentrics released two singles on the Omaha, NE based Applause label: "Share Me"/"Stars" and "Night Time Noon Time"/"I Still Live You". The other recordings on this comp credited to the Eccentrics ("Listen to the Raindrops"/"Lonesome for Your Love") were actually done by a group called Denny Lammar and the Echoes, another Zager & Evans precursor that was also released on Applause. White Whale had relationships with other Lincoln-based bands from this era. My guess is that White Whale licensed the 6 Applause tracks, while also holding some sort of copyright to the J.K. & Company, and used the J.K. & Company tracks to fill out the 2nd half of the LP. I'm in touch with the family that owns the rights to all the Applause label stuff and will see if I can find out more, as this is something I've had questions about for a long time too.