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Rhodes album download


Mirror is the third solo album by Emitt Rhodes with a much heavier rock approach than the debut. All songs composed and arranged by Emitt Rhodes. Birthday Lady" - 2:50. Better Side of Life" - 2:37. My Love Is Strong" - 2:39. Side We Seldom Show" - 2:26. Really Wanted You" - 2:42. Medley: "Bubble Gum the Blues", "I'm a Cruiser" - 4:43. Love Will Stone You" - 3:23. Golden Child of God" - 2:43. Take You Far Away" - 3:00

Emitt Rhodes is Rhodes' second album, released in 1970, although it is generally considered to be his debut album, as The American Dream was a contractual obligation, released without Rhodes' input. Rhodes recorded the album in his home studio. At the time, union rules required that recordings released on major labels must be recorded in proper studios, so the fact that this was a home recording could not be mentioned on the cover. The runout groove of the original LP release on Dunhill Records contained a decorative banner proclaiming, "Recorded at Home

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Emitt Rhodes is Rhodes' second album, released in 1970, although it is generally considered to be his debut album, as The American Dream was a contractual obligation, released without Rhodes' input. The runout groove of the original LP release on Dunhill Records contained a decorative banner proclaiming, "Recorded at Home

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