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Barbara Mauritz - Lamb - Bring Out The Sun download album

  • Performer: Barbara Mauritz
  • Title: Bring Out The Sun
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Country - World
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AU MIDI MPC MOD XM FLAC AHX
  • Released: 2009
  • MP3 album: 1342 mb
  • FLAC album: 1199 mb
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Barbara Mauritz - Lamb  - Bring Out The Sun download album

Complete your Barbara Mauritz - Lamb collection.

Piano – Barbara MauritzWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz. Acoustic Guitar – Bob Swanson, Michael PendergrassArranged By – Ed BogasBacking Vocals – Barbara MauritzBass – Clyde FlowersCello – Richard FennerDrums – Eddie Lee Charlton Steel Guitar – John McFeeViola – Ed BogasWritten-By – Bob Swanson.

Lamb's second album, Cross Between, had a much higher proportion of gospel-oriented material than their debut, and Bring Out the Sun continues the move to contemporary gospel-rock of sorts, particularly on side one. As a consequence, it's by a considerable margin the most mainstream of Lamb's albums, and also by a considerable margin the least interesting

Whether it was the intention of Barbara Mauritz or someone on the business side of her affairs, Bring Out the Sun leaves the impression that she was being groomed for a solo career.

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Barbara Maurtiz & Lamb in an excerpt from Fillmore the Last Days singing Hello Friends & River Boulevard. A beautiful, tender song from Lamb’s third and final album Bring Out the Sun, 1971. Co-founders Barbara Mauritz and Bob Swanson are joined by 20 musicians. Sleepwalkers, a dreamy number with interesting ‘Baroque guitar break, from Lamb’s second album Cross Between, 1971. Barbara Mauritz: keyboards, vocals, Bob Swanson: guitar, banjo, David Hayes: bass.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Genre of this release: Jazz music Rock music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Warner Bros. Records (catalog number WS 1952). This album was released in 1971 year.

Lamb went yet further toward gospel-rockish material on their third and final album, Bring Out the Sun, which was their most mainstream outing, though hardly mainstream overall, with a couple of tracks again giving vent to their more experimental jazz-folk-classical side. The LP was co-billed to Lamb and Barbara Mauritz, though Swanson was still involved as a composer and instrumentalist on much of the material. Whether or not this co-billing was intended as a transition from Lamb to a solo career, Mauritz was soon recording as a solo, putting out Music Box for Columbia.

Lamb - 1971 - Bring Out The Sun (2009 Collectors'Choice CCM-2081)] Scans booklet 1 4. Bring Out The Sun(NC). Bring Out The Su. 3u. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Old Fashioned Remedy
Acoustic Guitar – Mark Springer Banjo – Bob SwansonBass – David HayesDrums – Richard Shlosser*Organ, Piano – Tom SalisburyWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz
4:21
2 The Wish
Piano – Barbara MauritzWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz
1:55
3 Rap With Rhyme
Acoustic Guitar – Bob Swanson, Michael PendergrassArranged By [String Arrangement] – Ed BogasBacking Vocals – Barbara MauritzBass – Clyde FlowersCello – Richard FennerDrums – Eddie Lee Charlton*Steel Guitar [Pedal] – John McFeeViola – Ed BogasWritten-By – Bob Swanson
4:35
4 River Boulevard
Acoustic Guitar – Mark Springer Arranged By – Tom SalisburyArranged By [Brass And Cello Arrangement] – Ed BogasBacking Vocals – Barbara Mauritz, Mark Springer , Tom SalisburyBass – David HayesCello – Richard FennerDrums – Richard Shlosser*Electric Guitar – Bob SwansonPiano – Tom SalisburySaxophone – Charles Peterson, Mel MartinTrumpet – Bill Atwood, Dwight Hall, Warren GaleViola [Electric Lead Viola] – Ed BogasWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz
3:10
5 How Am I Gonna Manage?
Acoustic Guitar – Bob SwansonDrums – Richard Shlosser*Electric Bass – David HayesPiano – Tom SalisburyWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz, Bob Swanson
3:25
6 Visions Of Blackbirds
Electric Bass – David HayesPiano – Barbara MauritzWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz
1:52
7 Salty
Arranged By [Brass] – Ed BogasDrums – Richard Shlosser*Electric Bass – David HayesPiano – Tom SalisburySaxophone – Charles Peterson, Melvyn Martin*Trombone – Stephan FurreTrumpet – Bill Atwood, Dwight HallWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz, Bob Swanson
8:22
8 The Vine
Arranged By – Ed BogasBass – Leonard Lasher*Cello – Richard FennerFrench Horn – Myron MuPiano – Barbara MauritzWritten-By – Barbara Mauritz
3:05
9 Live To Your Heart
Acoustic Guitar [Classical] – Barbara Mauritz, Bob SwansonArranged By [Horns And Strings] – Ed BogasBass – Leonard Lasher*French Horn – Myron MuSynthesizer [Moog] – David Litwin, John Viera*, Patrick Gleason*Tabla – Vince DelgadoWritten-By – Bob Swanson
3:35

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Pacific Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Different Fur Studios
  • Produced At – Catero Sound Company

Credits

  • Art Direction – Ed Thrasher
  • Engineer – Fred Catero
  • Engineer [Associate] – Jerry Zatkin*
  • Liner Notes – Diane Sward
  • Photography By – Peter Olwyler
  • Producer – Barbara Mauritz, Bob Swanson, Fred Catero
  • Vocals – Barbara Mauritz

Notes

Recorded at Pacific Recording Studios, San Mateo, California
A product of Catero Sound Company
Moog work on "Live to Your Heart" recorded at Different Fur Trading Company, San Francisco

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 17742 20812 2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WS 1952 Barbara Mauritz - Lamb Barbara Mauritz - Lamb - Bring Out The Sun ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records WS 1952 US 1971
WS 1952 Barbara Mauritz - Lamb Barbara Mauritz - Lamb - Bring Out The Sun ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Warner Bros. Records WS 1952 US 1971


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