Download links and information about Subway Serenade by Looking Glass. This album was released in 1973 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 34:15 minutes.
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|1.||Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne||3:38|
|5.||Who's Gonna Sing My Rock 'n' Roll Song||3:49|
|6.||Are You Dreamin' (Money In My Pockets)||2:59|
Subway Serenade finds Looking Glass hooking up with producer Arif Mardin to re-create the vibe of their debut, right down to replicating the shimmering vibe of “Brandy” for “Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne.” Again, the group’s rock roots — often revealed on-stage and popping up here on the rollicking “Sweet Jeremiah” — were submerged by a pop production yet surfaced just often enough to make the record uneven. Again, this isn’t entirely unappealing: this may swing toward the middle of the road, but Elliot Lurie has warmth to his vocals and Mardin’s production captures the smooth, sun-kissed vibe of the post-hippie early ‘70s. It’s not a masterpiece or a lost classic, but as a period piece goes, Subway Serenade, like Looking Glass, is quite pleasant.