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Studio Album, released in 1971

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spend Your Life With Me 2:43
2. I Have a Friend Named Billy 2:45
3. Smooth Southern Born Lady 3:15
4. Perhaps in Concert Hall 2:12
5. Horse 3:00
6. I'll Keep Fading Away 3:14
7. Unreal to Love You 2:38
8. Dandelions 4:05
9. I Am a Child 2:05
10. Delia 5:45

Line-up / Musicians

- Harry Max / Violin, French Horn
- Douglas Rodriguez / Guitar
- Alan Schwartz / Producer
- Stu Woods / Bass
- Jeremy Storch / Piano, Producer
- Phil Leone / Drums
- Milt Hisler / Flute
- Dave Jimenez / Guitar
- Richard Wexler /Violin

Releases information

LP RCA (United States, 1971)

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