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Real Stormin Norman | Newton 1969  Songs of a Very Young Man

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Newton 1969 Songs of a Very Young Man

by Real Stormin Norman

A time machine ride through the sounds of the early 60's; folk, pre-rock. Think Ian and Sylvia, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton and especially Mimi and Dick Farina.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Come in Close the Doorl
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2. Living At Home
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3. When He Is Happy
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4. Betty Waits By the Water's Edge
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5. It's so Cold in the Nighttime
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6. Burnin' Boy
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7. Germinal
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8. Blissful Fish
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9. When the Rain
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10. Silent Stream
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11. Lady Bee
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12. Give Me a Cookie
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13. You Were One
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14. Small One
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15. Lay Low
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16. Valley-O
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17. Jeffry Waits
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18. Fly On Home Sparrow
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19. Bless the Family
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20. Like Mirror On Wall
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes

"Newton 1969" is a time machine, looking back to the folk and pre-rock sounds of the early to mid-sixties. The songs in this collection were composed many years ago, when I was a very young man. All are performed by me, with the exception of "Bless the Family." which was composed on Thanksgiving 1969 for my family. It's sung by Suzy Williams, the gifted chanteuse I toured with for over a decade in the Stormin Norman & Suzy Band. This song went on to become the theme to the films "We Can't Go Home Again" (the last movie by Rebel Without a Cause director Nick Ray), as well as "Don't Expect too Much." Since then I've written hundreds of songs, but none can reproduce the innocence wonder and wistful sadness of these early efforts.

Piano, guitar and vocals by Norm Zamcheck. Other artists who participated in this project include: John Gerry Putnam and Matt Kastner, guitars; Erika Zamcheck Wilton Suzy Williams and Carolee Goodgold, vocals; Dave Clive, drums. Co-production and engineering by Joe Ford of South Brooklyn Sound, Bay Ridge, N.Y. This would never have been realized without his encouragement and artistic insight.

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