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Headroom (Don McLean album). Headroom is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1991. All songs written by Don McLean.
Tapestry is the debut studio album by American folk singer Don McLean. The album was originally released by Mediarts Records but was re-launched in 1971 by United Artists after United Artists' purchase of Mediarts. The album was also reissued in 1981 on Liberty Records, but without including the song "Three Flights Up". The album was produced by Jerry Corbitt of the Youngbloods. All tracks written by Don McLean. Don McLean – vocals, guitar, banjo. Rick Turner – guitar, bass guitar.
Band Name Don McLean.
For the Memories Vols I & II. And I Love You So. Headroom. Rearview Mirror: An American Musical Journey.
Don McLean – Donald Don McLean III is an American singer-songwriter best known for the 1971 album American Pie, containing the songs American Pie and Vincent. McLeans grandfather and father were also named Donald McLean, the Buccis, the family of McLeans mother, Elizabeth, came from Abruzzo in central Italy. Seeger and McLean sang Shenandoah on the 1974 Clearwater album, McLean recorded Tapestry in 1969 in Berkeley, California, during the student riots. After being rejected 72 times by labels, the album was released by Mediarts, McLeans major break came when Mediarts was taken over by United Artists Records, thus securing the promotion of a major label for his second album, American Pie. The album spawned two N. hits in the song and Vincent.
On this album Don McLean seems to have forgotten how to write and how to sing. The title track is a tuneless list of modern maladies - the only thing he misses out is this record. It can only prepare you for worse to come on an album I guarantee you will play only once. An album like this really EMBARRASSES me and SHAMES me for even liking Don Mclean music. I mean, was Don on some sort of medication when he put these songs together. Was Don living in a time warp, in an altered state of reality. Sure, Don tries to be different but an album like this reminds us that sometimes an artist is different simply because they don't think like other song writers. Which begs the question of "What was Don thinking?" How could Don pass this CRAP off as an album? Well one has to consider the other CURB CRAP that Don worked on.
Headroom (Don McLean album). 1991 studio album by Don McLean. Headroom is the twelfth studio album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1991.
|One In A Row|
|You Who Love The Truth|
|Lady In Waiting|
|Have You Seen Me|
|Siamese Twins (Joined At The Heart)|
|A Brand New World|
|469170 2||Don McLean||Headroom (CD, Album)||Curb Records||469170 2||Europe||1991|
|D30482||Don McLean||Headroom (CD, Album)||Interfusion||D30482||Australia||1990|
|D2-77427||Don McLean||Headroom (CD, Album)||Curb Records||D2-77427||US||1991|