Silver Apples: Contact, LP (Vinyl)
Silver Apples: Contact, LP (Vinyl)
Silver Apples: Contact, LP (Vinyl)
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Silver Apples : Contact

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • United States
limited edition reissue on blue/greenish vinyl, includes printed inner sleeve, originally released in 1969
  • Jackpot Records (3)
  • (JPR-045)
  • Universal Music Special Markets
  • (B0026574-01)
  • 9 Tracks
  • UPC 602557540550
  • EX+ / EX+
  • used

tracks

A1

You And I

Written By
3:19
A2

Water

Written By
4:19
A3

Ruby

Written By
2:31
A4

Gypsy Love

Lyrics By
Written By
5:32
A5

You're Not Foolin' Me

Written By
6:26
B1

I Have Known Love

Written By
3:50
B2

A Pox On You

Written By
5:08
B3

Confusion

Written By
3:23
B4

Fantasies

Written By
6:01

Credits

Artwork
  • Anonymous Arts
Composed By
  • Silver Apples
Performer
  • Silver Apples
Arranged By
  • Silver Apples
Drums
  • Dan Taylor
Engineer
  • Jack Hunt
Lyrics By
Photography By
  • Stan Wayman
  • Charles Silver
Producer
  • Barry Bryant
  • Dan Taylor
  • Simeon
Synthesizer
  • Simeon
Banjo
  • Simeon
Vocals
  • Simeon

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