Rare Earth - Profiles Of Rare Earth download album
- Album: Profiles Of Rare Earth
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Get Ready is the RIAA Platinum-certified second studio album by American blues rock band Rare Earth. It was released on September 30, 1969 by Motown Records. John Persh – vocals, bass guitar, trombone. Pete Rivera – vocals, drums. Rod Richards – vocals, guitar. Kenny James – vocals, organ, electric piano. Gil Bridges – vocals, saxophone, tambourine.
UMG; EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UBEM, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, Global Music Rights LLC, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (10). I Just Want To Celebrate. Авторы текста и музыки. Norman Whitfield, Cornelius Grant, Edward Holland. UMG; CMRRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, LatinAutor, BMG Rights Management, SOLAR Music Rights Management, ARESA, EMI Music Publishing, UBEM" и другие авторские общества (5). Композиция.
Hence forth comes "Rare Earth". Motown Record Corporation approached Rare Earth in the latter part of 1968 to sign a recording contract. At first the group was reluctant to sign because of knowing of other white groups and artists before them that had not had any success because Motown was geared for promotion and distrubution in the black market only. It was when Motown decided they wanted to launch a new division of Motown to cater to white artists that Rare Earth started to seriously consider signing. Motown did not have a name for the new division and lable so jokeingly the band.
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Ma is the sixth studio album by rock band Rare Earth, released in 1973. All tracks composed by Norman Whitfield; except where indicated. Big John Is My Name" – 4:06. Smiling Faces Sometimes" (Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong) - 6:20. Hum Along and Dance" (Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong) - 5:15. Come With Me" - 4:30. Gil Bridges – flute, saxophone, vocals. Peter Hoorelbeke – drums, percussion, lead vocals. Ray Monette – lead guitar, vocals. Mark Olson – keyboards, vocals.
Rare Earth began as an R&B band called the Sunliners in Detroit in 1961. Of the musicians who would be part of the band dubbed Rare Earth, only sax player Gil Bridges and drummer Pete Rivera were present. John Parrish joined on bass in 1962. Rod Richards became a guitarist with the group in 1966. Keyboardist Kenny James came into the fold the same year. The album was making no headway on the charts for a long period of time. So they took the first three minutes of "Get Ready," released it as a single and it made its way into the . Top Ten list, peaking at number four. Pulled along by the success of the single, the album also began to sell, breaking the Top 20, and Rare Earth's career was officially on its way. The second album, Ecology, was released in June of 1970, a couple months short of a year after "Get Ready" had been put out.
Ecology was possibly Rare Earth's most consistent album, showing the band at the height of their artistry and credibility. Side one. "Born To Wander" (Tom Baird) – 3:20. Long Time Leavin'" (Baird) – 4:42. (I Know) I'm Losing You" (Cornelius Grant, Eddie Holland, Norman Whitfield) – 10:50. "Rare Earth Album Discography". Retrieved 2009-10-12.
Rare Earth - I Just Want To Celebrate 06:36. Rare Earth - Get Ready 13:31. Rare Earth - Losin You 12:41. Rare Earth - Tobacco Road 07:44. Rare Earth - Big Brother 05:14. Rare Earth - Get Ready 03:50. Rare Earth - I Just Want To Celebrate 03:34. Rare Earth - I Know I'm Losing You 03:38. Rare Earth - Here Comes the Night 03:29. Rare Earth - Hey Big Brother 04:35. Rare Earth - Born To Wander 03:18. Rare Earth - We're Gonna Have a Good Time 03:14.
Rare Earth is an American rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (named after the band), which prospered from 1970–1972. Although not the first white band signed to Motown, Rare Earth was the first big hit-making act signed by Motown that consisted only of white members. None of the previously signed all-white acts - The Rustix, The Dalton Boys, or The Underdogs - had any hits.
|Train To Nowhere||3:23|
|Born To Wander||3:18|
|Long Time Leaving||4:45|
|(I Know) I'm Losing You||10:55|
|Nice Place To Visit||3:54|
|No. 1 Man||4:45|
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