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  • Performer: Rare Earth
  • Album: Rarearth
  • FLAC: 1841 mb | MP3: 1268 mb
  • Released: 1977
  • Country: US
  • Style: Blues Rock, Funk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 533
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Rare Earth - Rarearth album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Love Has Lifted Me
Written-By – Michael Sutton - Brenda Sutton*
3:54
A2 Is Your Teacher Cool?
Written-By – Anna Gaye*, Elgie Stover, Jerry Knight, Terrance Harrison
5:14
A3 Foot Loose And Fancy Free
Written-By – Anna Gaye*, Elgie Stover, Michael Torrance, Terrance Harrison
4:14
A4 When I Write
Written-By – Peter Hoorelbeke, Tom Baird
4:26
B1 Share My Love
Written-By – Gloria Jones, Janie Bradford
4:31
B2 Tin Can People
Written-By – Beverly Gardner, Gloria Jones
3:45
B3 I Really Love You
Written-By – Allen Story, Anna Story, Berry Gordy
5:07
B4 Crazy Love
Written-By – Peter Hoorelbeke, Ron Fransen
3:38
B5 Ah Dunno
Written-By – Michael Urso, Peter Hoorelbeke, Ron Fransen
2:05

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – 4P Nicolaus GMBH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Records
  • Copyright (c) – Motown Records
  • Recorded At – Motown Recording Studios
  • Mixed At – Motown Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – Motown Recording Studios
  • Made By – EMI Electrola
  • Distributed By – EMI Electrola

Credits

  • Art Direction [Graphics Director] – Carl Overr
  • Artwork By [Cover] – Tom Nikosey
  • Backing Vocals, Bass – Michael Urso
  • Backing Vocals, Flute, Saxophone – Gil Bridges
  • Engineer – Cal Harris, Jane Clark
  • Guitar – Daniel Ferguson*
  • Keyboards – Ron Fransen
  • Lead Vocals, Drums – Peter Hoorelbeke
  • Percussion – Eddie Guzman
  • Photography – Bret Lopez
  • Producer – Cal Harris, James Carmichael*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 3904
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, stamped): 99 336 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, stamped): 99 336 B-1
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
P6-10019S1 Rare Earth Rarearth ‎(LP, Album) Prodigal P6-10019S1 US 1977
VIP-6457 Rare Earth Rarearth ‎(LP, Album) Prodigal VIP-6457 Japan 1977
P6-10019S1 Rare Earth Rarearth ‎(LP, Album) Prodigal P6-10019S1 US 1977
925 Rare Earth Rarearth ‎(LP, Album) Tamla Motown 925 Turkey 1977
LPS-88.853 Rare Earth Rarearth ‎(LP, Album) Prodigal LPS-88.853 Venezuela 1977


Different label artwork than this pressing: Rarearth. Other Versions (5 of 18) View All.

Get Ready is the RIAA Platinum-certified second studio album by American blues rock band Rare Earth. It was released on September 30, 1969 by Motown Records. John Persh – vocals, bass guitar, trombone. Pete Rivera – vocals, drums. Rod Richards – vocals, guitar. Kenny James – vocals, organ, electric piano. Gil Bridges – vocals, saxophone, tambourine.

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Rare Earth is an American rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (named after the band), which prospered from 1970–1972. Although not the first white band signed to Motown, Rare Earth was the first big hit-making act signed by Motown that consisted only of white members. None of the previously signed all-white acts - The Rustix, The Dalton Boys, or The Underdogs - had any hits.

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Rare Earth was active from 1969 until 1976 and was intended to release Motown's psychedelic and underground rock bands. It was run by Barney Ales. The best selling act for the label was the group Rare Earth, a Detroit band who had started in 1961 as the Sunliners. Drummer Pete Rivera and sax player Gil Bridges were originals, and were joined over the next five years by John Parrish (bass), Rod Richards (guitar), and Kenny James (keyboards). By 1968, they changed their name to Rare Earth and signed with Verve for an unsuccessful album. Motown hired them for their new label the next year

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