The 5th Dimension - Up-Up And Away album
The 5th Dimension performed "Sweet Blindness" on Frank Sinatra's 1968 TV special Francis Albert Sinatra Does His Thing and sang "Workin' On a Groovy Thing" and "Wedding Bell Blues" on Woody Allen's The Woody Allen Special in 1969. They introduced "Puppet Man" and "One Less Bell To Answer" as guests in the It Takes a Thief episode "To Sing a Song of Murder" in 1970; the latter song was used as a plot device in which its closing notes were to activate a bomb in an assassination attempt of the head of a fictitious country. Up-Up and Away: The Definitive Collection.
Complete your The 5th Dimension collection.
Up, Up and Away is the debut album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music). The title track was released as a single and became a major pop hit. The group's first single release on Soul City Records, "Train Keep On Moving/I'll Be Loving You Forever" was not a success, and is not included in the album. Both songs appear as bonus tracks on a later CD reissue of the album. The first single released from this album, "Go Where You Wanna Go", was initially recorded by The Mamas & the Papas and appears on their first album
Up, Up and Away is the debut album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music). The first single released from this album, "Go Where You Wanna Go", was initially recorded by The Mamas & the Papas and appears on their first album
SIDE ONE: Up, Up And Away Another Day, Another Heartache Which Way To Nowhere California My Way Misty Roses. SIDE TWO: Go Where You Wanna Go Never Gonna Be The Same Pattern People Rosecrans Blvd. Learn How To Fly Poor Side Of Town. All records ship with a new poly outer sleeve in a corrugated record mailer with bubble wrap. The 5th Dimension - Up, Up And Away Soul City, Stereo SCS-92000, 1967. Record Condition: VG+. Cover Condition: VG+. SIDE ONE: Up, Up And Away Another Day, Another Heartache Which Way To Nowhere California My Way Misty Roses.
Among the many people calling the publisher in 1968 for a lock of Hair's mystique was the . producer Bones Howe, who'd been working with the 5th Dimension since engineering "Up-Up and Away" for their first album in 1967. He'd produced hits for the Turtles ("It Ain't Me Babe") and the Association ("Windy"); he'd been a personal guest of Lou Adler at the Monterey Pop Festival where he was perhaps the only West Coast guy in attendance to appreciate Laura Nyro's gruesome performance
Up, Up and Away is the debut album by American pop group The 5th Dimension, released in 1967 (see 1967 in music). "Up, Up and Away" (Jimmy Webb) – 2:45. Another Day, Another Heartache" (Steve Barri, . Which Way to Nowhere" (Webb) – 3:08. California My Way" (Willie Hutch) – 2:56. Misty Roses" (Tim Hardin) – 2:46. Go Where You Wanna Go" (John Phillips) – 2:22. Never Gonna Be the Same" (Webb) – 2:26.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Up-Up and Away: The Encore Collection is 31 minutes and 35 seconds and was released on July 20, 1999. The music on the CD is not bad and the group harmony is great. This CD, in addition to remastering the original album tracks, also includes three Versatiles tracks, useful both for compulsive completists and for the startling contrast Webb's arrangements made to the group's sound.
Product Information Up, Up and Away by The 5th Dimension - Digital Sheet Music. Up, Up and Away digital sheet music. Contains printable sheet music plus an interactive, downloadable digital sheet music file. Contains complete lyrics. Title: Up, Up and Away. By: The 5th Dimension. Instruments: Voice, range: Ab3-A5 Piano Guitar.
|A1||Up-Up And Away||2:40|
|A2||Which Way To Nowhere||2:30|
|B1||Another Day, Another Heartache||2:30|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): MX23323
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): MX23324