Captain & Tennille* ‎– Song Of Joy

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A&M Records ‎– SP-4570
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Song Of Joy
Written-By – Billy Preston, Rasputin Boutte
3:14
A2 Lonely Night (Angel Face)
Written-By – Neil Sedaka
3:16
A3 Mind Your Love
Written-By – Jerry R. Hubbard*
2:59
A4 Smile For Me One More Time
Written-By – Toni Tennille
3:17
A5 Shop Around
Written-By – Berry Gordy, Smokey Robinson
3:29
A6 Going Bananas
Written-By – Daryl Dragon
2:10
B1 Butterscotch Castle
Written-By – Daryl Dragon, Toni Tennille
3:19
B2 Muskrat Love
Written-By – Willis Alan Ramsey
3:48
B3 Thank You Baby
Written-By – Bruce Johnston
3:38
B4 Wedding Song (There Is Love)
Written-By – Traditional
3:18
B5 1954 Boogie Blues
Written-By – Daryl Dragon, Toni Tennille
4:54

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Notes

Some of the first pressings included a 11 1/2" X 23" foldout poster.

Inner picture sleeve includes all credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): SP-4875
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): SP-4876
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): A&M SP4875-P2 1S
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): A&M SP4876-P2 A 1S
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
POCM-2002 Captain And Tennille Song Of Joy(CD, Album) A&M Records POCM-2002 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
CS-3724 Captain & Tennille* Song Of Joy(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Pickwick CS-3724 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
AMLH 64570 Captain & Tennille* Song Of Joy(LP, Album) A&M Records AMLH 64570 UK 1976 Sell This Version
AMP-7011 Captain & Tennille* Song Of Joy(LP, Album, Promo, RE, Gat) A&M Records AMP-7011 Japan 1979 Sell This Version
SP-4875 Captain And Tennille Song Of Joy(LP, Album) A&M Records SP-4875 US 2005 Sell This Version

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bygberbrown

bygberbrown

February 23, 2012
Not quite as simpy and asinine as its cover would have you believe, it is nevertheless devoid of either good pop songs or originality. Going Bananas is pretty fun if you only have to hear it once, and manages to at least not be boring, unlike the rest of Side A. Side B has the distinction of being borderline offensive. Songs like Muskrat Love seem to be stolen from the African tradition, but the final track Boogie Woogie Blues or whatever has Tenille actually putting on an accent that makes her sound like shes mocking her black bellboy or something. I have no doubt the intentions were honest and genuine, to perhaps pay tribute to those great unappreciated musicians who had gone before, but did she have to do the funny voice?