Anticipation (Remastered) Carly Simon
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- 2Legend In Your Own Time03:45
- 3Our First Day Together03:31
- 4The Girl You Think You See03:10
- 5Summer's Coming Around Again04:13
- 6Share The End03:59
- 7The Garden04:12
- 8Three Days03:21
- 9Julie Through The Glass03:25
- 10I've Got To Have You04:49
Info for Anticipation (Remastered)
Carly Simon's second solo album, 1971's „Anticipation“, went gold and spawned two hit singles in the title track and the lightly mocking 'You're So Vain' precursor 'Legend in Your Own Time.' The acoustic confessionals 'Our First Day Together' and 'The Garden' show the extent to which Simon was still indebted to folks like Joni Mitchell, but fuller-bodied pop songs like 'The Girl You Think You See,' and a cover of Kris Kristofferson's 'I've Got to Have You,' point towards the fuller-bodied soft-rock tunes of future albums.
The album's other highlights are an atypical pair. The samba-like 'Summer's Coming Around Again,' finds Simon cooing like a huskier Astrud Gilberto, and the oddly disturbing 'Share the End,' with its glissando piano runs and wailing vocals, sounds like a template for Tori Amos' entire career.
'...I don't think Carly Simon wants anything to do with her image as the Woman of the Future...she...is a maturing musician who is a woman and who is making excellent music, and that should be enough for anyone. Forget the labels, listen to the music...' (Rolling Stone)
„Cat Stevens' producer, Paul Samwell-Smith, has helped Carly Simon put together a lovely package of original material written with Jacob Brackman. The title cut 'Anticipation' could make a great single. FM programmers will pick up on 'The Girl You Think You See.' Sales reaction should be immediate.“ (Billboard)
Carly Simon, acoustic guitar, guitar, piano, vocals
Paul Glanz, piano
Jim Keltner, drums
Del Newman, horn arrangements
Andy Newmark, percussion, drums
Jim Ryan, acoustic and electric guitars, bass John Ryan, bass
Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith
Engineered by Michael Bobak
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