Paul Williams - Someday Man [1969] [FLAC]

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[b][color=red]MOJO Magazine: Buried Treasure "Album That Time Forgot."[/color][/b]

The most famous thing about this 1969 album is its title track, which was covered by the Monkees, but if you're into late-'60s orchestrated pop a la Pet Sounds or Forever Changes, you have to check this out! First of all, Someday Man marked the first major collaboration between Paul Williams and Roger Nichols, who were to team on a bundle of early-'70s hits for the Carpenters and Three Dog Night among others; then there are the musicians, who included such giants as Hal Blaine and Larry Knechtel among their ranks. But it's the songs that really make this album a marvel; seamlessly mixing the topical, personal and spiritual, they belie Williams' tender age of 29. Includes "Someday Man," "So Many People," "She's Too Good to Me," "Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On," "Time," "Trust," "To Put Up with You," "Do You Really Have a Heart," "I Know You," and "Roan Pony."

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01 Someday Man.flac 19.639 MB
02 So Many People.flac 15.019 MB
03 She's Too Good To Me.flac 14.558 MB
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