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Hard 'N' Heavy (With Marshmallow) album for sale by Paul Revere & The Raiders was released Nov 25, 2003 on the Repertoire label. HARD 'N' HEAVY is a 1968 reissue by Paul Revere And The Raiders that includes "Time After Time," "Call On Me," "Without You," and features a guest appearance by guitarist Ry Cooder. By the time of Paul Revere & the Raiders recorded Hard 'N' Heavy late in 1968, Mark Lindsay and Paul Revere were the only remaining original members of the band -- yet, surprisingly, this album consisted entirely of band originals, which is a pretty daring move for the first long-player featuring a new lineup of any band; even more amazing is that it's all good music. Hard 'N' Heavy (With Marshmallow) CD music contains a single disc with 19 songs. ...See Full Description
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Hard 'N' Heavy (With Marshmallow) songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6011040|
|Release Date||Nov 25, 2003|
|Engineer||Terry Dunavan; David Diller|
|Recording Time||60 minutes|
|Personnel||Joe Correro - whistling, flute, drums, congas, cowbells, maracas, tambourine, triangle, background vocals|
Mark Lindsay - vocals, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, trumpet, tack piano, harpsichord, clavichord, maracas, tambourine
Keith Allison - acoustic guitar, acoustic 12-string guitar, electric guitar, harmonica, trombone, piano, organ, electric bass, 8-string bass, background vocals
Paul Revere - piano, tack piano, celesta, electric piano, background vocals
Freddy Weller - guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric 12-string guitar, bottleneck guitar, dobro, tamboura, electric bass, washboard, tambourine, sound effects, background vocals
|Additional Info||Bonus Tracks|
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Recorded at Sound Shop, Nashville, Tennessee. Originally released on Capitol (11099). Includes liner notes by Steve Roeser.
Personnel: Mark Farner (vocals, guitar, harmonica, organ); Don Brewer (vocals, drums, congas, percussion); Craig Frost (piano, harpsichord, Clavinet, organ).
Audio Mixer: Jimmy Hoyson.
Liner Note Author: Steve Roeser.
Recording information: Sound Shop, Nashville, TN (07/24/1972-07/28/1972).
Illustrator: Joe Garnett.
Photographer: Lorrie Sullivan.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Yasuhito Kitai; Kuni Takeuchi.
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Liner Note Author: Jim Bessman.
Recording information: De Lane Lea Music Recording Studios, London, England (??/??/1964-09/27/1969); Kingsway Recording Studio, London, England (??/??/1964-09/27/1969).
Arranger: John Paul Jones .
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Liner Note Author: Jimmy Miller .
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Personnel: Mark Lindsay (vocals, saxophone); Drake Levin, Robert White , Freddy Weller (guitar); Paul Revere (keyboards); Mixmaster Michael Smith, Joe Correro (drums).
Audio Remasterer: EROC.
Liner Note Author: Chris Welch .
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