The Stone Poneys - All The Beautiful Things album download
|A||All The Beautiful Things||1:55|
|B||Sweet Summer Blue and Gold||2:20|
|P 5838||The Stone Poneys||All The Beautiful Things (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Capitol Records||P 5838||US||1967|
|P 5838||The Stone Poneys||All The Beautiful Things (7", Single, Mono)||Capitol Records||P 5838||Unknown|
The Stone Poneys is the debut studio album by the Stone Poneys; other than an early single of "So Fine" that was produced by Mike Curb in 1965, this album marks the first official recordings by Linda Ronstadt. Whether intended or not, the front cover photo appears to show the band as a more modern version of Peter, Paul and Mary with several of the songs sung in the same three-part harmony.
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Linda Ronstadt (1967) by The Stone Poneys. This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/185 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Stone Poneys feat. 1. Sweet Summer Blue and Gold.
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Their debut album is dominated by close harmonies and strong original material by the group's guitarists Bob Kimmell and Ken Edwards - 'Sweet Summer Blue and Gold', 'All the Beautiful Things' - plus sublime covers of Fred Neil's 'Just a Little Bit of Rain' and the traditional 'Wild about My Lovin'. The follow up LP contained their biggest hit, the memorable cover of Mike Nesmith's 'Different Drum' (Billboard Pop plus other songs in a similar vein like 'December Dream', 'Autumn Afternoon' and the two-part.
The Stone Poneys were a Los Angeles, California-based Folk-Rock trio consisting of Bobby Kimmel (rhythm guitar), Kenny Edwards (lead guitar), and Linda Ronstadt (vocals). Their three albums were produced by the late Nik Venet, best known for production work with The Beach Boys. The songs listed as Kimmel-Edwards compositions were actually written by Kimmel alone. The band's misspelled name came from Charlie Patton's Blues song "The Stone Pony Blues.
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