Saturday, February 6, 2010

Hoover - Hoover (us 1969)

Hoover - Hoover (us 1969)

Artist: Hoover
Title: s/t Formats Issued: Vinyl LP
Country: US
Release Date: 1969
Label: Epic Records - BN 26537
Comment: yellow label
Genre: Psych

* Producer: Chuck Glaser
* Musician: Hoover
* String and Horn Arrangements: Bill Purcell
* Arrangements: Hoover and Chuck Glaser
* Engineering: Neil Wilburn

A1. I'll Say My Words 4:12
A2. Leave That for Memories 3:07
A3. Kommst Du noch mit dir (come with me) 2:52
A4. That's How a Woman's Pose to be 2:58
A5. Free To Run Free 3:39
B1. All That Keeps Ya going 2:23
B2. I'm Not That Kind of Man 3:12
B3. One Man's Family 2:02
B4. Games 3:01
B5. Theme From Tick, Tick, Tick (Set Yourself Free) 6:37

Willis Hoover was born in Jackson County, Missouri and raised in Lamoni, Iowa and Shenandoah, Iowa. After starting out as a coffee house folk singer as a teenager, Hoover moved to Nashville in the 1960s and became a songwriter. His songs were recorded by Tina Turner, Eddy Arnold and country music outlaws Tompall Glaser and Waylon Jennings. He won an ASCAP Award for music written for the motion picture, "...tick...tick...tick..."
After losing or forgetting his first name, Hoover became a recording artist for Monument Records, Epic Records, and Elektra Records in the late 1960s and early 1970s. His recordings for Elektra were released in 2003 by Kinky Friedman's Sphincter Records label.
After retiring from the music industry, Hoover became a writer. He had "Picks!" published in 1995 and "North Shore" in 2005.
~ by Wikipedia.

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ZenBa said...

Hoover - The Lost Outlaw Album (1971-1972) (2003)

TheRedHippieTeenager said...

just posted this album on my blog! its just fantastic!
check it out on my blog