2002. A Little Warmth / Steve Gillette.

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2002. A Lit­tle Warmth / Steve Gillette.

I played some piano on this many moons ago. Here’s a descrip­tion of the CD re-release from Steve’s own web­site.
Pro­duced by Gra­ham Nash in 1976 this album is won­der­ful­ly remas­tered and now avail­able as a CD. The new ver­sion con­tains two songs not includ­ed on the orig­i­nal LP. A sparkling exam­ple of the folk-rock era’s infat­u­a­tion with the Nashville tra­di­tion. Fea­tured per­form­ers include David Lind­ley, John­ny Bar­ba­ta, Pete Sears, Chris Ethridge, Gra­ham Nash, Hank DeVi­to and oth­ers too numer­ous to men­tion. Includes the chart sin­gle, “Lost the Good Thing We Had” a duet with Jen­nifer Warnes.
Sweet Melin­da, * A Lit­tle Warmth * Lost the Good Thing We Had * Babe, Oh Babe * You’ll Nev­er Be the Same * Holdin’ On to Noth­ing * The Arms of Mary * Ships That Pass In the Night * She’s Not You * Three Lines * I Believed In You * To Be Good Friends
CD only, (Com­pass Rose CRM-9)

 

 

 

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