Emitt Lynn Rhodes (born February 25, 1950) is an American singer-songwriter, t and recording engineer. Rhodes began his career in musical ensembles The Palace Guard as the group's drummer before joining The Merry-Go-Round as a t. The Merry-Go-Round had a recording contract with A&M Records when they disbanded in 1969. Rhodes recorded songs at A&M to fulfill that contract, but A&M decided to not release them at the time
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Mirror is the third solo album by Emitt Rhodes with a much heavier rock approach than the debut. All songs composed and arranged by Emitt Rhodes. Birthday Lady" - 2:50. Better Side of Life" - 2:37. My Love Is Strong" - 2:39. Side We Seldom Show" - 2:26. Really Wanted You" - 2:42. Medley: "Bubble Gum the Blues", "I'm a Cruiser" - 4:43. Love Will Stone You" - 3:23. Golden Child of God" - 2:43. Take You Far Away" - 3:00
Emitt Rhodes – Emitt Rhodes. Selo: Probe – SPBA 6256, Probe – 1E 064 ◦ 92116. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album. País: UK. Lançado: 1970. Design – Cal Schenkel. Instruments, Vocals, Arranged By, Composed By, Recorded By – Emitt Rhodes. Mixed By – Curt Boettcher, Keith Olsen. Photography – Ed Caraeff. Producer – Emitt Rhodes, Harvey Bruce. The etched runout information is contained within etched decorative banners (see images), signed by Keith Olsen (KO).
Produced by Harvey Bruce & Emitt Rhodes. Tears that angels cry And they darken all the sky When the one you love says goodbye Tears that angels cry.
Stacked back to back, the records made by Emitt Rhodes in the short time between 1969 and 1973 stand up as one of the great brief flashes of inspiration and greatness in pop-music history. The Emitt Rhodes Recordings 1969-1973 collects all four albums the sical wiz recorded over that period of time and adds one extra track (the 1973 single "Tame the Lion"). The set starts off with the album Rhodes recorded after his band, the Merry-Go-Round, broke up in 1969
Emitt Rhodes is Rhodes' second album, released in 1970, although it is generally considered to be his debut album, as The American Dream was a contractual obligation, released without Rhodes' input. Rhodes recorded the album in his home studio. At the time, union rules required that recordings released on major labels must be recorded in proper studios, so the fact that this was a home recording could not be mentioned on the cover. Rhodes wanted to call the album Homecooking, but Dunhill decided to title it Emitt Rhodes. The album reached number 29 on the Billboard album chart.
Emitt Rhodes is Rhodes' second album, released in 1970, although it is generally considered to be his debut album, as The American Dream was a contractual obligation, released without Rhodes' input.