Listening Booth: 1970 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, released in 2010.
Listening Booth: 1970 is an homage to the hit songs of that year. As a youth, Cohn claims he crouched inside a soundproof booth at his local record shop and was blown away by what he heard in these songs and others. He's claimed in interview that these songs and others like them set him upon his chosen path as a musician.
In 2010, Cohn returned with Listening Booth: 1970, a collection of cover songs that were originally released during the titular year. The album peaked at number 28 on the Billboard 200 album chart. In addition to crossing genres from rock to soul to folk and pop, it featured vocal performances from India. Arie, Jim Lauderdale, Aimee Mann and Kristina Train In 2014, Cohn released his first original song in more than seven years, The Coldest Corner in the World
Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). The album features Marc's personal interpretations of classic songs written by and/or made famous in 1970 by Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Cat Stevens, Van Morrison, John Fogerty and CCR, Smokey Robinson, Joe Cocker, Simon & Garfunkel, Eric Clapton and several more. Songs include 'Wild World,' 'The Tears of A Clown,' 'The Letter,' 'Maybe I'm Amazed' and 'Make it With You' and features guest duet with India.
Features Song Lyrics for Marc Cohn's Listening Booth: 1970 album. Marc Cohn - Listening Booth: 1970 Album Lyrics. 1. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours Lyrics.
A Conversation With Marc Cohn. MC: My producer John Leventhal and I sat in the studio and went through all these amazing tunes. It became clear to me that these were great songs, but it was really the beginning of when I decided I wanted to be a musician
Look at Me. Maybe I'm Amazed. Make It with You. The Letter. The Only Living Boy in New York. The Tears of a Clown. Long As I Can See the Light. Bonus track on Barnes & Noble release. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours.
Songs from Listening Booth: 1970 by (with Aimee Mann), (with India. Free download and listen Listening Booth: 1970. with Jim Lauderdale). with Kristina Train). Tracks count: 12. Views: 13. (with Jim Lauderdale) - New Speedway Boogie 04:40. Marc Cohn - Long As I Can See The Light 03:15. Marc Cohn - The Only Living Boy In New York 04:26.
Look at Me
Maybe I'm Amazed
Make It with You
The Only Living Boy in New York
The Tears of a Clown
Henry Cosby / Smokey Robinson / Stevie Wonder
No Matter What
New Speedway Boogie
Into the Mystic
Long as I Can See the Light
J.J. Cale - Composer Wayne Carson - Composer Reuben Cohen - Mastering Marc Cohn - Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Vocals Henry Cosby - Composer Rick DePofi - Engineer, Horn, Mixing, Percussion, Producer John Fogerty - Composer Jerry Garcia - Composer Pete Ham - Composer Bas Hartong - A&R Rich Hinman - Pedal Steel India.Arie - Main Personnel, Vocals Mike Jason - Executive Producer Olivia Kim - Editorial Research Curtis King - Vocals (Background) Jim Lauderdale - Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony John Lennon - Composer John Leventhal - Arranger, Bass, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Mixing, Organ, Percussion, Producer Tim Luntzel - Bass (Upright) Gavin Lurssen - Mastering Karen Malluk - Project Manager Aimee Mann - Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony Gail Marowitz - Art Direction, Design Paul McCartney - Composer Van Morrison - Composer Shawn Pelton - Drums Smokey Robinson - Composer Paul Simon - Composer Cat Stevens - Composer Kristina Train - Main Personnel, Vocal Harmony Jennifer Tzar - Photography James "D-Train" Williams - Vocals (Background) Kenny Williams - Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background) Susan Winslow - Project Manager Stevie Wonder - Composer
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