The Mama's And The Papa's - I Saw Her Again album
I Saw Her Again" was released as a single in June 1966 and reached No. 5 in the US and No. 11 in the UK. There is a false start to the final chorus of the song at 2'42". While mixing the record, Bones Howe inadvertently punched in the coda vocals too early. He then rewound the tape and inserted the vocals in their proper position. On playback, the mistaken early entry could still be heard, making it sound as though Doherty repeated the first three words, singing "I saw her. John Phillips called a halt in August 1983 and the New Mamas and the Papas did not perform again until February 1985. The band resumed touring, with concerts in Europe, East Asia, South America, Canada and the United States. At the height of the New Mamas and the Papas, the group was playing up to 280 nights a year. John Phillips stayed off heroin, but he and his daughter remained addicted to alcohol, cocaine and pills.
Titles (A-side, B-side) Both sides from same album except where indicated. Some singles had the band's name misspelled as "The Mama's And The Papa's". unless otherwise indicated). I Saw Her Again" (1966). Words of Love" (1966). Dancing in the Street" (1966). Look Through My Window" (1966). Dedicated to the One I Love" (1967). Creeque Alley" (1967).
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I Saw Her Again" is a pop song recorded by the . vocal group The Mamas & the Papas in 1966. Co-written by band members John Phillips and Denny Doherty, it was released as a single in June 1966 (WLS played it most of that month) and peaked at number one on the RPM Canadian Singles Chart, number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, and number five on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart the week of July 30, 1966. It appeared on their eponymous second album in September 1966.
1966 studio album by The Mamas & the Papas. Studio album by. The album was first issued on CD in 1988 (MCAD-31043) and also appears in its entirety on All the Leaves Are Brown, a retrospective compilation of the band's first four albums, with the single versions of "I Saw Her Again" and "Words of Love".
|A||I Saw Her Again|
|B||Even If I Could|
- Made By – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Published By – Dick James Music
- Producer – Lou Adler
NotesUK centre labels variation: Typography layout on left and right sides of labels is different to The Mama's And The Papa's* - I Saw Her Again and The Mama's And The Papa's* - I Saw Her Again
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): D.00894
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): D.00895
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 00894-1C
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): 00895-1C
|D-4031||The Mamas & The Papas||I Saw Her Again / Even If I Could (7")||Dunhill||D-4031||US||1966|
|D-4031||The Mamas & The Papas||I Saw Her Again / Even If I Could (7")||RCA Victor||D-4031||New Zealand||1966|
|D-4031||The Mamas & The Papas||I Saw Her Again / Even If I Could (7", Promo)||Dunhill||D-4031||US||1966|
|RCA 1533||The Mama's And The Papa's*||I Saw Her Again (7", Promo)||RCA Victor||RCA 1533||UK||1966|
|94-0486||The Mama's And The Papa's*||Aunque Pudiera / La Vi Otra Vez (7", Single)||RCA Victor||94-0486||Chile||1966|