The 5th Dimension - Portrait album
Portrait is the fifth album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1970 (see 1970 in music). This is the group's first album for Bell Records, having switched from the Soul City Records. The cover features an impressionistic portrait by famous artist LeRoy Neiman. The album languished in the mid-1960s on the Billboard Top 200 Album Charts after the release of its first three singles, none of which entered the Top 20 of the American pop music charts.
Earthbound (The 5th Dimension album). Earthbound is the twelfth album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1975 by ABC Records. It is the last album in the group's original line-up with Billy Davis, J. Marilyn McCoo, Florence LaRue Gordon, Lamonte McLemore and Ron Townson
This vibe is echoed by the album's centerpiece, a medley of "A Change Is Gonna Come" and "People Gotta Be Free" preceded by "The Declaration. It's an ambitious suite, yet one that works well; it provides a great marriage between the group's pop leanings and the counterculture of the late '60s. Progressive, yet still encapsulating, which is the 5th Dimension's sunny appeal, Portrait is a minor masterpiece. Famed expressionist artist Leroy Neiman's appropriate cover and liner paintings are the icing on the cake.
The 5th Dimension – Portrait. Label: Bell Records – Bell 6045, Bell Records – BELL-6045. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, 'BW' Pitman Pressing.
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About The 5th Dimension. The Fifth Dimension's unique sound lay somewhere between smooth, elegant soul and straightforward, adult-oriented pop, often with a distinct flower-power vibe. Its success pushed the Fifth Dimension's first album, also titled Up, Up and Away, to gold sales status. The group stuck with Webb for its second album, The Magic Garden, which featured only one non-Webb composition; it produced a couple of minor hits in "Paper Cup" and "Carpet Man," but nothing on the level of "Up, Up and Away. Their third LP was thus more diverse, featuring several compositions by another up-and-coming songwriter, Laura Nyro. Johnny Rivers sold Soul City to the Bell label in 1970, and the first Fifth Dimension LP on Bell was that year's Portrait, which spawned several minor hits and the Top Five smash "One Less Bell to Answer," a Burt Bacharach composition.
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Written-By – Greenfield & Sedaka
|A2||One Less Bell To Answer
Soloist [Vocal] – Marilyn McCoo Davis*Written-By – Bacharach And David
Soloist [Piano] – Larry KnechtelSoloist [Vocal] – Billy Davis, Jr.*Written-By – Dave Mason
|A4||This Is Your Life
Soloist [Vocal] – Florence LaRue Gordon*Written-By – Jim Webb*
|A5||A Love Like Ours
Written-By – Bob Alcivar, Lamonte McLemore
|B1||Save The Country
Written-By – Laura Nyro
Soloist, Vocals – Billy Davis, Jr.*
Music By – Rene De Knight*, Julius Johnsen
|B2a||A Change Is Gonna Come
Written-By – Sam Cooke
|B2c||People Gotta Be Free
Written-By – Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere
Written-By – Bob Alcivar
- Engineered At – Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
- Arranged By – Bill Holman, Bob Alcivar, Bones Howe
- Arranged By [Vocals] – Bob Alcivar
- Art Direction – Beverly Weinstein
- Bass – Joe Osborne*
- Congas, Percussion – Larry Bunker
- Design [Graphics] – Suren Ermoyan
- Drums, Percussion – Hal Blaine
- Electric Guitar – Mike Anthony , Mike Deasy
- Electric Piano [Rmi] – Gary Illingworth
- Engineer – Bones Howe
- Engineer [Assistant] – Johnny Golden*, Larry Cox, Rik Pekkonen
- Guitar – Fred Tackett
- Organ, Piano – Larry Knechtel
- Painting [Cover Painting & Sketches] – LeRoy Neiman
- Percussion – Gary Coleman
- Piano – Jimmy Rowles
- Producer – Bones Howe
- Rhythm Guitar – Dennis Budimir, Tommy Tedesco
- Vocals – Billy Davis, Jr.*, Florence LaRue Gordon*, Lamonte McLemore, Marilyn McCoo Davis*, Ron Townson
NotesIssued in gate fold sleeve on textured cardboard. Inner gate fold normal paper.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 6045-SA-BW
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 6045-SB-BW
- Matrix / Runout (Side A (etched)): Bell.6045 1-6045-SA (omega) 4-1-70 4-2-70
- Matrix / Runout (Side B (etched)): Bell-6045 4-1-70 6045-SB (omega)
|Bell 6045, BELL-6045||The 5th Dimension*||Portrait (LP, Album, 'BW)||Bell Records, Bell Records||Bell 6045, BELL-6045||US||1970|
|FIF X 6045||The 5th Dimension*||Portrait (Reel, Album, 4 T)||Bell Records||FIF X 6045||US||1970|
|BEM 56045||The 5th Dimension*||Portrait (Cass)||Bell Records||BEM 56045||US||1970|
|2308 016||The 5th Dimension*||Portrait (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Bell Records||2308 016||Australia||1972|
|NK-2||The Fifth Dimension||Portrait (LP, Album, Unofficial)||NAN-KOU||NK-2||Taiwan||1970|