Note: The songs on this album represent certain fantasies that might have been entertained by a young man growing up in the remote suburbs of a northeastern city during the late fifties and early sixties, i.e., one of my general height, weight and build. Belzoni Sweet music Tonight the night is mine Late line till the sun comes through the skylight You'd never believe it But once there was a time When love was in my life I sometimes wonder What happened to that flame The answer's still the same It was you it was you Tonight you're still on my mind An independent station WJAZ With jazz and conversation From the foot of Mt. What a beautiful world this will be What a glorious time to be free Get your ticket to that wheel in space While there's time The fix is in You'll be a witness to that game of chance in the sky You know we've got to win Here at home we'll play in the city Powered by the sun Perfect weather for a streamlined world There'll be spandex jackets one for everyone What a beautiful world this will be What a glorious time to be free On that train all graphite and glitter Undersea by rail Ninety minutes from New York to Paris (More leisure for artists everywhere) A just machine to make big decisions Programmed by fellows with compassion and vision We'll be clean when their work is done We'll be eternally free yes and eternally young What a beautiful world this will be What a glorious time to be free Electric piano: Greg Phillinganes Guitar: Hugh Mc Cracken Synthesizers: Rob Mounsey, Donald Fagen Synth blues harp: Donald Fagen Percussion: Starz Vanderlocket, Roger Nichols Drums: James Gadson Additional drums: Jeff Porcaro Bass: Anthony Jackson Trumpet: Randy Brecker Alto sax: Dave Tofani Tenor Sax: Michael Brecker Baritone Sax: Ronnie Cuber Trombone: Dave Bargeron Backup vocals: Valerie Simpson, Zack Sanders, Frank Floyd, Gordon Grody Uptown It's murder out in the street Uptown It's murder out in the street That's where I found my mandarin plum That's where you'd be if you found one Where the nights are bright And joy is complete Keep my squeeze on Green Flower Street Since May There's trouble most every night Since May There's trouble most every night Where once we danced our sweet routine It reeks of wine and kerosene Where the nights are bright And joy is complete Keep my squeeze on Green Flower Street There's a special place for lovers One we understand There where neon bends in daylight sky In that sunny room she soothes me Cools me with her fan We're drifting A thousand years roll by Lou Chang Her brother he's burning with rage Lou Chang Her brother he's burning with rage I'd like to know what's on his mind He says hey buddy you're not my kind Where the nights are bright And joy is complete Keep my squeeze on Green Flower Street Lead Guitar: Larry Carlton Guitars: Dean Parks, Rick Derringer Synthesizers: Rob Mounsey, Donald Fagen Percussion: Starz Vanderlocket Drums: Jeff Porcaro Bass: Chuck Rainey Backup vocals: Valerie Simpson, Zack Sanders, Frank Floyd, Daniel Lazerus I got a girl and Ruby is her name She don't love me, but I love her just the same Ruby Baby how I want you Like a ghost I'm gonna haunt you Ruby Baby when will you be mine Each time I see you baby my heart cries I'm gonna steal you away from all those guys From the sunny day I met you Made a bet that I would get you Ruby Baby when will you be mine I got a girl and Ruby is her name I'd give the world just to set her heart aflame Got some lovin' money too Gonna give it all to you Ruby Baby when will you be mine Electric piano, organ, synthesizers: Donald Fagen Lead guitar: Larry Carlton Guitar: Hugh Mc Cracken Drums: Jeff Porcaro Additional drums: James Gadson Bass: Anthony Jackson Trumpet, flugelhorn: Randy Brecker Tenor Sax: Michael Brecker Backup vocals: Valerie Simpson, Donald Fagen Some say that we're reckless They say we're much too young Tell us to stop before we've begun We've got to hold out till graduation Try to hang on Maxine While the world is sleeping We meet at Lincoln Mall Talk about life the meaning of it all Try to make sense of the suburban sprawl Try to hang on Maxine Mexico City is like another world Nice this year they say You'll be my senorita In jeans and pearls But first let's get off this highway We'll move up to Manhattan And fill the place with friends Drive to the coast and drive right back again One day we'll wake up, make love but till then Try to hang on Maxine Electric piano, organ: Donald Fagen Guitar: Larry Carlton Drums: Ed Green Bass: Marcus Miller Flugelhorn: Randy Brecker Alto sax: Dave Tofani Tenor Sax: Michael Brecker Baritone Sax: Ronnie Cuber Euphonium: Dave Bargeron Yes we're gonna have a wingding A summer smoker underground It's just a dugout that my dad built In case the reds decide to push the button down We've got provisions and lots of beer The key word is survival on the new frontier Introduce me to that big blonde She's got a touch of Tuesday Weld She's wearing Ambush and a French twist She's got us wild and she can tell She loves to limbo that much is clear She's got the right dynamics for the new frontier Well I can't wait 'til I move to the city Till I finally make up my mind To learn design and study overseas Have you got a steady boyfriend Cause honey I've been watching you I hear you're mad about Brubeck I like your eyes I like him too He's an artist a pioneer We've got to have some music on the new frontier Well I can't wait till I move to the city 'Til I finally make up my mind To learn design and study overseas Let's pretend that it's the real thing And stay together all night long And when I really get to know you We'll open up the doors and climb into the dawn Confess your passion your secret fear Prepare to meet the challenge of the new frontier I'm Lester the Nightfly Hello Baton Rouge Won't you turn your radio down Respect the seven second delay we use So you say there's a race Of men in the trees You're for tough legislation Thanks for calling I wait all night for calls like these An independent station WJAZ With jazz and conversation From the foot of Mt.Check out "You're Not Alone." The album has received mixed reviews, - more critical than complimentary, but many critics are looking for a second "Dummy" or "Walking Wounded, " and that's not being realistic.
It's a strong single, and there are similarly strong moments on Extra Virgin, yet Olive don't stand out from the post-Portishead pack.
They were soon joined by tambourine player and vocalist Darryl De Loach.
De Loach's parents' garage on Luna Avenue served as the site for their almost nightly rehearsals.
Formed in San Diego, California, among band members who used to be "arch enemies", their heyday was the late 1960s, but the band has been reincarnated with various members with varying levels of success, with no new recordings since 1975.
The band's seminal 1968 album In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida is among the world's 40 best-selling albums, selling more than 30 million copies.