Brewer & Shipley - Tarkio download album
Complete your Brewer & Shipley collection. The album is titled "Tarkio Road" on labels. One Toke Over The Line.
Tarkio (Cass, Album, RE). Buddah Records. Brewer & Shipley. All that being what it is or isn’t, certainly enshrined Brewer & Shipley a place in the annals of musical history, making them outspoken trailblazers, who brought the pleasures of illegal substances to Top 40 AM radio, and a very wide audience. Reply Notify me Helpful. This release also came with Kama Sutra Adam and Eve label.
Tarkio is the third album by Brewer & Shipley. Released in 1970, the album (also known as Tarkio Road, as that title was printed on the labels of original pressings of the LP and pre-recorded tapes) yielded the hit singles "One Toke Over the Line" and "Tarkio Road. The title came about when they left California in 1969 returning to the Midwest, this time to Kansas City, Missouri, where they played college towns in Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas.
Tracklist: 1. One Toke Over The Line, 2. Song From Platte River, 3. The Light, 4. Ruby On The Morning, 5. Oh Mommy, 6. Don’t Want To Die In Georgia, 7. Can’t Go Home, 8. Tarkio Road, 9. Seems Like A Long Time, 10. Fifty States Of Freedom. 6. Don’t Want To Die In Georgia. 9. Seems Like A Long Time. 10. More albums from Brewer And Shipley: Shake Off The Demon by Brewer And Shipley. by Brewer And Shipley. Shanghai by Brewer And Shipley. Weeds by Brewer And Shipley. Welcome To Riddle Bridge by Brewer And Shipley. Rural Space by Brewer And Shipley. View all albums . About.
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Ask us a question about this album. Top Tarkio scholars. Producers Nick Gravenites. Writers Mike Brewer, Ted Anderson & Tom Shipley. More Brewer and Shipley albums. Show all albums by Brewer and Shipley.
This two-fer from Collectors' Choice features a pair of out of print albums by the country rock duo Brewer & Shipley, Weeds and Tarkio, both were originally issued on Kama Sutra in 1969 and 1970. Highlights from these albums include "Tarkio Road," "People Love Each Other," "Pigs Head," and the Top Ten hit "One Toke Over the Line.
BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 06. Don't Want To Die In Georgia. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 05. Oh Mommy. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 08. Tarkio Road. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 03. The Light. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 02. Song From Platte River. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 01. BREWER & SHIPLEY - Tarkio (1970) 10.
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|A1||One Toke Over The Line||3:16|
|A2||Song From Platte River||3:15|
|A4||Ruby On The Morning||2:15|
|B1||Don't Want To Die In Georgia||3:45|
|B2||Can't Go Home||2:29|
|B4||Seems Like A Long Time
Written-By – Ted Anderson
|B5||Fifty States Of Freedom||6:49|
- Distributed By – Buddah Records
- Copyright (c) – Kama Sutra Records, Inc.
- Engineered At – Wally Heider Studios
- Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Michael Brewer, Tom Shipley
- Artwork By – Bill Sandiford
- Artwork By [Lettering] – Maple
- Bass – John Kahn
- Chorus – Danny Cox, Diane Tribuno
- Drums – Bill Vitt, Bob Jones
- Electric Guitar – Fred Burton
- Engineer – Steve Barncard*
- Flute – Noel Jewkes
- Graphics – Gary Peterson
- Photography – Mort V
- Piano, Organ – Mark Naftalin
- Producer, Chorus – Nick Gravenites
- Steel Guitar [Pedal] – Jerry Garcia
- Violin [Electric] – David LaFlamme
- Written-By – M. Brewer*, T. Shipley*
|KSBS 2024||Brewer & Shipley*||Tarkio (LP, Album, Son)||Kama Sutra||KSBS 2024||US||1970|
|2319 004||Brewer And Shipley||Tarkio (LP, W/Lbl)||Kama Sutra||2319 004||Germany||1971|
|BDSC 69003||Brewer And Shipley||Tarkio (Cass, Album, RE)||Buddah Records||BDSC 69003||US||1985|
|YS-2450-KS||Brewer & Shipley*||Tarkio (LP, Album, Gat)||Kama Sutra||YS-2450-KS||Japan||1970|
|75517-49510-2||Brewer & Shipley*||Tarkio (CD, Comp, RE)||Buddah Records, BMG||75517-49510-2||Canada||1996|