Reprise publish Randy Newman’s ‘Sail Away’ featuring the original ‘You Can Leave Your Hat On’ (1972)

Randy Newman‘s ‘Sail Away’ is an album fully written and composed by Newman and released in May 1972 by Reprise.

Track Listing : 1.Sail Away (Randy Newman) – 02:56 . 2.Lonely At The Top (Randy Newman) – 02:32 . 3.He Gives Us All His Love (Randy Newman) – 01:53 . 4.Last Night I Had A Dream (Randy Newman) – 03:01 . 5.Simon Smith And The Amazing Dancing Bear (Randy Newman) – 02:00 . 6.Old Man (Randy Newman) – 02:42 . 7.Political Science (Randy Newman) – 02:00 . 8.Burn On (Randy Newman) – 02:33 . 9.Memo To My Son (Randy Newman) – 01:56 . 10.Dayton, Ohio – 1903 (Randy Newman) – 01:47 . 11.You Can Leave Your Hat On (Randy Newman) – 03:18 . 12.God’S Song (That’S Why I Love Mankind) (Randy Newman) – 03:36


Mike Salisbury

Musicians : Randy Newman – Piano, Vocals . Ry Cooder – Slide Guitar On (4 – 11) . Russ Titelman – Guitars . Jim Keltner – Drums . Gene Parsons – Drums . Earl Palmer – Drums . Chris Ethridge – Bass . Wilton Felder – Bass . Jimmy Bond – Bass . Milt Holland – Percussion . Abe Most – Alto Saxophone On (2) . Louis Kaufman – Concert Master . Larry Marks – Conductor

Production : Produced By Lenny Waronker, Russ Titelman . Randy Newman . Bruce Botnick – Engineer . Lee Herschberg – Engineer, Mixing . Bob Kovach – Engineer . Donn Landee – Engineer . Lanky – Engineer

Arrangements : Randy Newman

Package : David Wild – Liner Notes . Mike Salisbury asterisques RVM– Artwork, Photography

Recorded 1971 – 1972 At Amigo Studios, Western Studios, Poppi Studios, Los Angeles.

Released In May 1972 By Reprise.

(Source Randy Newman‘s ‘Sail Away’ | Official Site)

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Rolling Stone
I think that this is an inevitable outcome of the Sixties’ apocalyptic sensibility and the growing up of the rock and roll generation. Sail Away is a major achievement of the new era. […]

AVClub
In America, as everywhere else, the only paradise is a paradise lost, and the song works at once as a heartfelt tribute to times past, a poke at free-floating nostalgia, and an examination of how history can lay waste to those in its path, all within the Trojan-horse confines of a simple pop song. […]

Sputnikmusic.com
Not his best album, honestly. Sure, it’s a fantastic collection of songs, each remarkably evocative and full-bodied; they play out like fine wine, swoosh it around in your ears, let me know what you think. […]

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