Up With People!* ‎– Pace Magazine Presents Up With People! The Sing-Out Musical

Pace Records (2) ‎– Pace #1101
Vinyl, LP, Stereo

Companies, etc.


From the Schick Television Color Spectacular.

Rear cover misspells (Singer, Actress) "Glenn Close" as "Gleen Close".

Comes with lyrics printed on inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A [Stamped 3]): SUB - 2050-A1 3 Side 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B [Stamped 2]): SUB - 2049-A1 2 Side 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Both Sides): ✲
  • Rights Society: ASCAP



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February 2, 2019
edited 6 months ago

This one of those albums that clog thrift shops everywhere, like Barbra Streisand, Jim Nabors, mid-'60s Eddy Arnold, and Bob Goulet. A couple of the songs are rechanneled stereo, while the bulk of the album is true stereo. Lp charted in mid-'66 on both Billboard and Cash Box. The Colwell Bros. had some 78s on Columbia 21000 series country series in the early '50s. Inexplicably, Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, copied this group as The Brigham Young University Singers, and MGM released an album, SOUNDS OF FREEDOM, on MGM E/SE 4546, in early 1968, which features four songs from this SING OUT UP WITH PEOPLE album; then another clone group were created in SoCal as The Grand Land Singers, doing much of the same patriotic material. In terms of cover songs, BYU's albums feature several recordings of these Moral ReArmament songs, notably "Which Way America," "Freedom Isn't Free," and "The Ride of Paul Revere," going into the middle 1970s. Governor Ronald Reagan's daughter, Maureen Reagan, recorded "Which Way America" on 45 single Lincoln 1001, in 1968, too.