We Five - Make Someone Happy Album
|1||You Let A Love Burn Out|
Written-By – Randy Sterling
|2||The First Time|
Written-By – Ewan MacColl
|3||What Do I Do Now?|
Written By – Steirling, Stewart
|4||What's Goin' On|
Written-By – Mike Stewart
|5||The Inch Worm|
Written-By – Frank Loesser
|6||Make Someone Happy|
Written-By – Green, Comden, Styne
|7||Our Day Will Come|
Written-By – B. Hillard, M. Garson
|8||Five Will Get You Ten|
Written-By – Frank May
Written-By – J. Stewart, M. Stewart
|10||Let's Get Together|
Written-By – Chet Powers
Written-By – Bernstein, Sondheim
|12||High Flying Bird|
Written-By – Billy E. Wheeler
|SP 4138, SP-4138||We Five||Make Someone Happy (LP, Album, Ter)||A&M Records, A&M Records||SP 4138, SP-4138||US||1967|
|POCM-2022||We Five||Make Someone Happy (CD, Album, RE)||A&M Records||POCM-2022||Japan||1995|
|UICY-76752||We Five||Make Someone Happy (CD, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE)||A&M Records||UICY-76752||Japan||2014|
|SP 4138, SP-4138||We Five||Make Someone Happy (LP, Mon)||A&M Records, A&M Records||SP 4138, SP-4138||US||1967|
|AMM 8138||We Five||Make Someone Happy (8-Trk, Album)||A&M Records||AMM 8138||US||Unknown|
- Artwork [Graphics] – Dirigiblewerke
- Liner Notes [Notes] – George Yanok
- Photography By – Dennis Hodgson
- Producer – Frank Werber
- Recorded By, Remix – Hank McGill
Quoted from back cover:
There is a strange sort of double standard involved in hearing this album. One is at once glad and sad to have it in hand. Glad because it has been eagerly awaited and a long time in coming - yet the sad fact is, that this is the end. There is this album and there will be no more albums because there is no more We 5.
The music business has always been one of constant flux and change - ever since the Beatles revolutionized popular listening habits several years ago. Now, past mid-decade flux becomes vibration and change is constant. That groups break up, change and re-form is no longer surprising.
It is now virtually impossible to pick up a national magazine or a Sunday supplement without reading of the San Francisco "movement." There is revolution, undeniable, in clothing, hairstyles, music, art and, most important - in ideals and goals.
We 5 was the first "electric band" to come out of San Francisco. It predated the entire present "happening" in the Haight-Ashbury with all its attendant trappery and hanger-overs, both musical and social.
Thus for many reasons this album is a rare one. For one, it is an album which bears repeated listening. There is something going on here that can't be pinpointed - a sense of spirit and committment that can't be arbitrarily disassembled like a trick clock to find the mechanical gimmicks and trickery which gives it being. A major reason for this something special is, of course, Bev Bivens. A lot of singers in a lot of places have heard Bev. You need only turn on a radio to hear them. Bev Bivens evokes one simple response - there just isn't anyone better. She is tender and lyrical with a ballad, and not afraid to belt out the rousers. She is totally honest, gifted and possessed.
As a performing unit, the five bright youngsters who made such an enormous musical impression with their very first single and album, YOU WERE ON MY MIND, have gone their separate ways. Mike Stewart has joined another group, Jerry Burgen and his wife, Debbie, have formed a new aggregation with Peter Fullerton; Bob Jones and Bev Bivens are making individual plans of their own.
So this album is, in a sense, both climax and denouement of an exciting musical idea called We 5.
There is nothing psychedelic or arcane about We 5's music. What you hear on this album is honest, imaginative, straight, straightforward and...fun. It is unfortunate that "fun," in this age, has become equated with frivolity and dismissed as trivia. We 5 were fun - this album is fun, and it's damn fine music as well.
- Matrix / Runout: LP-138-S1
- Matrix / Runout: LP-138-S2
Related to We Five - Make Someone Happy
Make Someone Happy is the second studio album by the folk band We Five released in 1967. The group had a top 40 hit with the Chet Powers song Let's Get Together, reaching 31 on The Billboard Hot 100. The album landed on the Billboard 200, reaching 172. The title track comes from the musical, Do Re Mi. The group would disband after the album but would reform in 1969. Such a heartwarming tune from their 2nd album Make Someone Happy Someone Happy. We Five - Make Someone Happy 1967. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Folk-Rock Pop-Rock Folk, World, & Country. We Five. Songs in album We Five - Make Someone Happy 1967. We Five - Let's Get Together. We Five - High Flying Bird. We Five - Make Someone Happy. We Five - Five Will Get You Ten. We Five - Somewhere. We Five - The First Time. We Five - Our Day Will Come. Album 1967 12 Songs. Make Someone Happy. 12 tracks 26:32. Автор: Betty Comden - Adolph Green, Композиторы: Betty Comden - Adolph Green - Jule Styne. Five Will Get You Ten. Автор: Frank May, Композиторы: Frank May. Released 1967. Make Someone Happy Tracklist. Let's Get Together Lyrics. High Flying Bird Lyrics. Make Someone Happy Lyrics. Five Will Get You Ten Lyrics. Studio albums. You Were on My Mind. The Return of We Five. Catch the Wind. Take Each Day as It Comes. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией