Michael Nesmith - Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma download album
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Album · 1978 · 10 Songs.
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It's 1979 and Michael Nesmith lays 'Infinate Rider On The Big Dogma' on u. is wit and musical dexterity is completely intact but rather then clone the country-rock of his earlier albums Nez lays down a series of tunes that showcase a polished,modern sound embracing styles from pop,disco,funk grooves and just plain ol' rock n' roll. Dance" says it all for this album-a high key fusion of disco-rock married to yet another one of Nez's witty little tales. Magic" finds him singing in his wistfull falsetto to a sweet little tune with a lighhearted. Ten years after leaving the Monkees, Michael Nesmith came full circle with an album that ranks among his best ever.
Producer – Michael Nesmith. Recorded By – William Bottrell, Tom Trefethen. Saxophone – Tom Saviano. Supervised By – Ann Newhuis-Schwarz. Written-By – Michael Nesmith. 모. Printed inner sleeve with lyrics. Background Vocals mostly Joe Chemay who arranged nd sang all the parts on Carioca, Magic, Capsule, Cruisin' & Light Recorded and mixed March 5-16, 1979 at the Soundcastle, Los Angeles, California. All selections 1979 Peaceful Music C. Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp
The cryptically titled Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma was "Papa Nez"'s ninth post-Monkees solo studio effort in as many years. The Southwestern motif that practically defined Nesmith's First and Second National Band(s) remained throughout his late-'70s releases, although now the distinct pedal-steel guitars had been morphed into the more traditional rock & roll electric ones
Some copies came with a circular sticker on the shrink wrap saying "Contains the hit single 'Silver Moon. Promotional LP featuring all the tracks from Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma as well as interview snippets. Titles (A-side, B-side). Billboard Hot 100. Cashbox.
As the '70s drew to a close, Michael Nesmith's music had still retained all of the intellect, intrinsic charm, and dry wit that had defined his tenure as a Monkee, as well as his d solo material from earlier in the decade. The cryptically titled Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma was "Papa Nez"'s ninth post-Monkees solo studio effort in as many years.
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In 1980, Pacific Arts issued "The Michael Nesmith Radio Special" to promote Nesmith's album Infinite Rider on the Big Dogma. Because Infinite Rider was originally designed as a multimedia project, the radio special was designed to increase awareness of Nesmith's audio-visual productions, as well a. mage: Nesmith Radio Special. Cruisin' (Michael Nesmith song). Lucy and Ramona and Sunset Sam", is the last single to date released by Michael Nesmith as a solo artist. The song was released in 1979 under Pacific Arts.
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|A1||Dance (Dance & Have A Good Time)||2:30|
|A2||Magic (This Night Is Magic)||3:37|
|A3||Tonite (The Television Song)||3:55|
|A4||Flying (Silks & Satins)
Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Michael Nesmith
|A5||Carioca (Blue Carioca)||4:05|
|B1||Cruisin' (Lucy And Ramona And Sunset Sam)||3:49|
|B2||Factions (The Daughter Of Rock N' Roll)||3:22|
|B3||Light (The Eclectic Light)||3:18|
|B4||Horserace (Beauty And The Magnum Force)||3:22|
|B5||Capsule (Hello People A Hundred Years From Now)
Written-By – Al Perkins, David Mackay , John Hobbs, Lenny Castro, Paul Leim
- Distributed By – Metronome Records GmbH
- Produced For – Pacific Arts Records & Tapes
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Pacific Arts Corp., Inc.
- Published By – Peaceful Music Co.
- Published By – Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
- Recorded At – Soundcastle
- Mixed At – Soundcastle
- Arranged By [Background Vocals] – Joe Chemay (tracks: A2, A5, B1, B3, B5, )
- Backing Vocals [Background Vocals] – Joe Chemay, John Hobbs, Michael Nesmith
- Bass – David Mackay
- Design, Artwork, Painting [Hand Tinting] – Jerry Takigawa
- Drums – Paul Leim
- Keyboards – John Hobbs
- Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar – Al Perkins
- Mixed By – Tom Trefethen
- Mixed By [Assitant] – William Bottrell*
- Percussion – Lenny Castro
- Photography By – Charles William Bush
- Producer – Michael Nesmith
- Recorded By – William Bottrell*, Tom Trefethen
- Saxophone – Tom Saviano
- Supervised By [Album Production Supervision] – Ann Newhuis-Schwarz*
- Written-By – Michael Nesmith
NotesPrinted inner sleeve with lyrics.
Background Vocals mostly Joe Chemay who arranged nd sang all the parts on Carioca, Magic, Capsule, Cruisin' & Light
Recorded and mixed March 5-16, 1979 at the Soundcastle, Los Angeles, California.
All selections 1979 Peaceful Music Co./ Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.
℗ 1979 The Pacific Arts Corporation Inc.
Im Vertrieb der Metronome ⋅ Überseering 21 ⋅ 2000 Hamburg 60 ⋅ Made in W.-Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 0060 234 S 1 0703 338 S 1 320 1 E
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 0060 234 S 2 0703 338 S 2 320 1 E
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 0060.234-A (0703.338 S 1)
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 0060.234-B (0703.338 S 2)
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 0270
|PAC7-130||Michael Nesmith||Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma (LP, Album, Ter)||Pacific Arts||PAC7-130||US||1979|
|25PP-30||Michael Nesmith||Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma (LP, Album)||Philips||25PP-30||Japan||1979|
|PAC7-130||Michael Nesmith||Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma (LP, Album, San)||Pacific Arts||PAC7-130||US||1979|
|LAT 1076||Michael Nesmith||Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma (LP, Album)||Attic Records Limited||LAT 1076||Canada||1979|
|AWCD 1031||Michael Nesmith||Infinite Rider On The Big Dogma (CD, Album, RE)||Awareness Records||AWCD 1031||France||1992|