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Curt Boettcher - Looking For The Sun (LP, Comp) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Curt Boettcher - Looking For The Sun (LP, Comp) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

High Moon Records

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Summary: Vinyl, LP, Compilation1, Looking For The Sun, Curt Boettcher, 2019, US

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    US  
Genre:       Rock, Pop
Style:         Soft Rock, Pop Rock

New & Sealed.


The lost productions of Curt Boettcher & friends. 36 page booklet includes rare photos, extensive essay with detailed track-by-track notes & sessionography. Sourced from the original master tapes.


A1. Cindy Malone - You Were Near Me
A2. Ray Whitley (2) - Take Back Your Mind
A3. Summer's Children - Milk And Honey
A4. The Bootiques - Did You Get Your Fun
A6. Keith Colley - Enamorado
A7. Keith Colley - Shame, Shame
A7. Jonathan Moore (9) - I Didn't Ever Know
A8. Eddie Hodges - Shadows And Reflexions
A9. Action Unlimited - My Heart Cries Out
B1. Action Unlimited - Thinking To Myself
B2. Ray Whitley (2) - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
B3. Ray Whitley (2) - Lorraine
B4. Sandy Salisbury - The Best Thing
B5. Sandy Salisbury - All I Really Have Is A Memory
B6. The Bootiques - Mr. Man Of The World
B7. Gordon Alexander - Looking For The Sun
B8. Gordon Alexander - Windy Wednesday
B9. Sagittarius (2) - Another Time


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Barcode 638126750877


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Best known for his hit productions for The Association (‘Cherish’ and ‘Along Comes Mary’) and for being one of the chief architects of 'sunshine pop,' Curt Boettcher was a founder of the visionary rock bands The Millennium, The Ballroom and Sagittarius. A Hollywood-based producer and arranger in the Phil Spector mould, some of whose sessions he actually participated in, Boettcher was innovative in utilizing the studio as an instrument itself, impressing no less than Beach Boy, Brian Wilson. In 1966 and '67, he spent so much time at Columbia Studios in Hollywood that some began to call CBS 'Curt Boettcher Studios.' He worked with Tommy Roe, Gene Clark, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Elton John, Emitt Rhodes, and The Beach Boys, among many others. Looking for The Sun is the first release to focus on Boettcher as a producer and arranger rather than a performer, highlighting cuts that were released as singles, most of which have remained out of print since their initial release. Collected here are 18 tracks, all sourced from the original master tapes, which Boettcher either wrote, produced, arranged, or sang on. Artists include: Cindy Malone, Sandy Salisbury, Gordon Alexander, Keith Colley, Summer's Children, Jonathan Moore, Ray Whitley, Eddie Hodges, The Bootiques, Action Unlimited, and Sagittarius featuring contributions by Glen Campbell, David Gates, and Gary Usher. LP on 140g vinyl, comes with a 16-page booklet with extensive notes and photos.

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