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« on: December 26, 2018, 07:45:27 AM »

Saw this on a Elvis messageboard:


Presley, Darin, Orbison, Sinatra, Beach Boys Featured On Ace’s New “State of the Union”

https://theseconddisc.com/2018/12/presley-darin-orbison-sinatra-beach-boys-featured-on-aces-new-state-of-the-union/



Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs Present State of the Union: The American Dream in Crisis 1967-1973

    Clean Up Your Own Back Yard – Elvis Presley (RCA Victor 47-9747, 1968)
    Brand New Day – Della Reese (Avco Embassy 4645, 1970)
    Abraham, Martin, and John – Dion (Laurie 3464, 1968)
    The Train – Frank Sinatra (from Watertown, Reprise LP FS 1031, 1970)
    Saturday’s Father – The 4 Seasons (Philips 40542, 1968)
    4th of July – The Beach Boys (rec. 1971, rel. Good Vibrations: 30 Years of The Beach Boys, Capitol C2 0777 7 81294 2 4, 1993)
    Wine in the Wind – Anita Kerr (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts 7211, 1968)
    What Do We Do with the World? – Bing Crosby (Reprise 0645, 1967)
    Lord of the Manor – The Everly Brothers (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts 7226, 1968) (*)
    Hitchhiker – The Four Preps (Capitol 5921, 1967) (*)
    Paint America Love – Lou Christie (Buddah BDS 5073, 1971)
    Mr. Businessman – Ray Stevens (Monument 45-1083, 1968)
    Paint Me Black Angels – Eartha Kitt (from Sentimental Eartha, Spark LP SRLP 105, 1970)
    Southbound Jericho Parkway – Roy Orbison (MGM 14039, 1969)
    Questions – Bobby Darin (from Born Walden Robert Cassotto, Direction LP 1936, 1968)
    This Crazy World – Paul Anka (RCA Victor 47-9648, 1968) (*)
    Take a Letter, Maria – Mel Tormé (from Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head, Capitol LP ST 80430, 1970)
    Cherrystones – Eugene McDaniels (from Outlaw, Atlantic LP SD 8259, 1970)
    Some People Sleep – The Tokens (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts 7255, 1968) (*)
    Cardboard California – Buddy Greco (from Movin’ On, Pye LP NSPL 18413, 1973)
    Do You Believe This Town – Dean Martin (from I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am, Reprise LP RS 6338, 1969)
    Welfare Hero – Johnny Tillotson (Buddah 256, 1971)
    Save the Children – Teresa Brewer (from Singin’ a Doo Dah Song, Amsterdam LP AM 12012, 1972)
    Revolution – The Brothers Four (from Let’s Get Together, Columbia LP CS 9818, 1968)
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