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Silver: S/T album + 7″ Single (1976)

Silver – Silver
1976

Silver is the self-titled debut studio album by American country rock band Silver, it was released in May 1976 through Arista Records.

Rob Caldwell of AllMusic wrote, “Wham Bam, a fairly weak slice of bubblegum pop, was the hit from the album. Given to the band by Arista because the company didn’t hear a single among the other tracks.”

01 Musician (It’s Not an Easy Life) (Brent Mydland)
02 All I Wanna Do (Steve Ferguson)
03 Memory (George Thomas, Sandi Lifson)
04 No Wonder (Greg Collier)
05 Trust in Somebody (Greg Collier)
06 It’s Gonna Be Alright (John Batdorf)
07 Climbing (Brent Mydland)
08 Wham Bam Shang-a-Lang (Rick Giles)
09 Right on Time (Greg Collier)
10 Goodbye, So Long (John Batdorf)

Personnel:
Tom Leadon – vocals, bass
Harry Stinson – vocals, drums
Greg Collier – vocals, guitar
Brent Mydland – vocals, keyboards
John Batdorf – vocals, guitar

Production:
Tom Sellers – producer
Clive Davis – producer
Joe Sidore – engineer, producer
John “Maverick” Simmons – co-producer

Design:
Guy Webster – photography
Phil Hartman – sleeve design
<- yes, that Phil Hartman

IT’S NOT AN EASY LIFE TO LIVE


SilverMemory / So Much For The Past

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01 Memory
02 So Much For The Past

Side B Recorded by Brent Mydland with the band Silver, but not included on their debut LP. Instead, it was issued as the B side of a single, with the A side being “Memory” (a non-Brent-Mydland song from the LP)

ALL MY FRIENDS ARE GOING SOMEWHERE, BUT I’M JUST HANGING AROUND

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