The Circle Game (40th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered]
Download links and information about The Circle Game (40th Anniversary Edition) [Remastered] by Tom Rush. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 51:56 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk|
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|2.||Something In the Way She Moves||3:31|
|3.||Urge for Going||5:51|
|5.||The Glory of Love||2:27|
|6.||Shadow Dream Song||3:27|
|7.||The Circle Game||5:17|
|12.||Something In the Way She Moves (Single Version)||3:31|
|13.||Urge for Going (Single Version)||3:37|
|14.||The Circle Game (Take One)||5:34|
Released in 1968, The Circle Game is a perfect song cycle, telling the story of a relationship from start to end. It established Tom Rush as a mature folk singer who'd moved away from the rustic blues of his early Cambridge days, and it introduced three then-unknown songwriters to the public arena. Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Jackson Browne all contribute songs, and Rush caps things off with his masterful original "No Regrets" (which later became a hit for The Walker Brothers). The performances are tasteful and highlight Rush's warm approach. Mitchell, in particular, receives important exposure for no less than three tracks: "Tin Angel," "Urge For Going," and the title track. This album is often cited as the catalyst for folk singers becoming singer/songwriters and as a key influence on the music that would dominate the early '70s. This 40th-anniversary edition includes remastered sound, single versions of Taylor's "Something in the Way She Moves," "Urge for Going," and an early take of the title track. Essential.