Michael Nesmith: Loose Salute

Michael Nesmith: Loose Salute
Title: Loose Salute
Label: Sundazed Music Inc.
Product Type: VINYL LP

Limited red vinyl LP pressing. Loose Salute is the second solo album by American singer-songwriter Michael Nesmith during his post-Monkees career. Released by RCA Records in 1970 and dedicated to Tony Richland, it peaked at #159 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. The version of "Listen to the Band" featured on the album is the song's third version; previous versions appeared on 331/3 Revolutions Per Monkee (featuring The Monkees' final performance of the 1960s with Peter Tork) and as a late-1969 single by The Monkees. The album featured a quasi-instrumental number, "First National Dance," which was recorded for the album but replaced at the last minute by "Silver Moon", which was released as a single in Australia and did quite well there, reaching #14 on the charts.

1.1 Silver Moon
1.2 I Fall to Pieces
1.3 Thanx for the Ride
1.4 Dedicated Friend
1.5 Conversations
1.6 Tengo Amore
1.7 Listen to the Band
1.8 Bye, Bye, Bye
1.9 Lady of the Valley
1.10 Hello Lady

Michael Nesmith: Loose Salute

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Product-type:VINYL LP

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