Zalman Yanovsky - Alive And Well In Argentina album
After parting ways with the Lovin' Spoonful in 1967, co-founder Zalman Yanovsky - better known to fans and friends simply as "Zally" - surfaced the following year on his lone solo long-player Alive and Well in Argentina (1968). The effort returned the artist back to the early rock as well as country & western roots that had inspired him. Plus, he was able to modernize, if not counter the weepy and introspective direction the Spoonful was continually drifting toward as John Sebastian scored the easier listening "Darling Be Home Soon" and "Younger Generation.
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Free download and listen Alive And Well In Argentina. Style: pop. Album year: 2008. Tracks count: 12. Views: 1. Zal Yanovsky - Raven In A Cage 02:49. Zal Yanovsky - You Talk Too Much 02:33. Zal Yanovsky - Last Date 03:03.
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|A1||Raven In A Cage
Written-By – Jerry Yester, Jim Yester, Zal Yanovsky
|A2||You Talk Too Much
Written-By – Coleman Kamile, Roy Smeck
Written-By – Floyd Cramer
|A4||Little Bitty Pretty One
Written-By – Robert Byrd
|A5||Alive And Well In Argentina
Written-By – Rapport-de-Boeuf*, Zal Yanovsky
|A6||As Long As You're Here
Written-By – Alan Gordon, Garry Bonner
|B1||Brown To Blue
Written-By – Country Johnny Mathis, George Jones , Virginia Franks
Written-By – John Sebastian
|B3||I Almost Lost My Mind
Written-By – Ivory Joe Hunter
Written-By – Jerry Yester, Jim Yester
Written-By – Jerry Yester, Zal Yanovsky
- Conductor – Jim Friedman
- Presenter, Arranged By – Zal Yanovsky
- Producer – Charles Koppelman (tracks: A6), Don Rubin (tracks: A6)
- Producer, Arranged By, Orchestrated By – Jerry Yester
NotesThis album was previously released on Buddah Records as BDS 5019 in 1968. This reissue has a different album cover and liner notes than the original release. Additionally, track A6 - As Long As You're Here is a bonus track.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out Groove - Side A): KSBS 2030 A
- Matrix / Runout (Run-out Groove - Side B): KSBS 2030 B
|BDS 5019||Zal Yanovsky||Alive And Well In Argentina (LP, Album, Ter)||Buddah Records||BDS 5019||US||1968|
|BDS 5019||Zal Yanovsky||Alive And Well in Argentina (LP)||Buddah Records||BDS 5019||Canada||1968|
|KSBS 2030||Zalman Yanovsky*||Alive And Well In Argentina (LP, Promo, RE)||Kama Sutra||KSBS 2030||US||1970|
|BVCM-35457, 88697-43424-2||Zalman Yanovsky*||Alive And Well In Argentina (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap)||BMG, Buddah Records, Kama Sutra||BVCM-35457, 88697-43424-2||Japan||2008|
|VIP-4179||Zal Yanovsky||Alive And Well In Argentina (LP, Album, RE)||Buddah Records||VIP-4179||Japan||1982|