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Barry McGuire - Lighten Up album flac Performer: Barry McGuire
Title: Lighten Up
Style: Folk
Released: 1974
Country: US
MP3 album: 1627 mb
FLAC album: 1798 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: DTS AC3 WMA VOC WAV AAC RA
Genre: Folk and Country

Lighten Up ‎(LP, Album). Eve Of Destruction ‎(LP, Album, RE). Intercord.

Barry McGuire (born October 15, 1935) is an American singer-songwriter. He is known for the hit song "Eve of Destruction", and later as a pioneering singer and songwriter of contemporary Christian music.

1963: The Barry McGuire Album. 1965: Eve of Destruction. 1965: This Precious Time. The album features McGuire's most known hit "Eve of Destruction". It also features McGuire's cover versions of songs by several artists, including Bob Dylan, Tom Jones, as well as Sylvia Fricker. In 1965, the song was covered in an up-tempo version, with slightly altered lyrics and melody, by the California pop quintet We Five. Their recording reached on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in September 1965 and topped the Billboard easy listening chart for five weeks. Billboard ranked the record as the song of 1965.

Eve of Destruction" was so present on the airwaves at its height in 1965 that as it ended play on one station, it would start up on another, a dominating hit single which charted higher than any protest song written by Bob Dylan, the man whose own "Masters of War" must have inspired . Sloan's classic protest song. Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" came close, stalling under the upper reaches of the Top 40 two weeks before McGuire grabbed the brass ring.

McGuire's solo debut, The Barry McGuire Album, was released in 1963, but it wasn't until two years later that McGuire scored a massive hit with the Sloan-penned track "Eve of Destruction," which topped the . charts (peaking at number three in the . McGuire became good friends with another Adler-guided outfit, the Mamas & the Papas (who mentioned him in some of their song lyrics), while further solo albums were issued, including This Precious Time and The World's Last Private Citizen, but none spawned any singles as successful as "Eve.

barry mcguire, barry mcguire eve of destruction Barry McGuire born October 15, 1935 is an American singer-songwriter He is known for the hit song "Eve of Destruction", and later as a pioneering singer and songwriter of contemporary Christian music. music album Lighten Up, which included a remake of "Eve of Destruction" He toured with 2nd Chapter of Acts and "a band called David" and in 1975 this collaborative effort resulted in the double live album To the Bride.

This album, which appeared on two different labels within a couple of years of each other - but is probably far more common in its Mira Records version - is comprised of tracks that Barry McGuire cut in the early '60s, prior to joining the New Christy Minstrels. As it happens, the style with which he would distinguish himself was already in evidence on "Banjo" and "Good Times Is All Done Now," though there are also softer aspects of his singing to be found throughout.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Eve Of Destruction / Don't Blame God / II Chronicles 7:14 (6:07)
A1a Eve Of Destruction
Written-By – P.F. Sloan
A1b Don't Blame God
Bass – Joe OsbornDrums – Jim GordonGuitar, Banjo – Ben BenayPiano – Mike Omartian*
A1c II Chronicles 7:14
A2 Callin' Me Home 2:45
A3 Pay The Piper 3:18
A4 When The Mist Has Rolled Away
Bass – Mike Been*Guitar, Banjo – Dean ParksLyrics By [Additional] – B. McGuire*, J. Patton*Music By – Jim PattonPiano – Danny TimmsWritten-By – Traditional Hymn*
3:10
A5 Walk In The Sonshine
Written-By – Annie Herring, Buck Herring
2:57
B1 Hey World! 3:26
B2 You've Heard His Voice
Written-By – Podel*, Schorr*
4:05
B3 Happy Road 3:28
B4 How Many Times 4:38
B5 Anyone But Jesus
Written-By – A. Davis*
4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Go-Tell Communications
  • Copyright (c) – Go-Tell Communications
  • Distributed By – Go-Tell Communications

Credits

  • Arranged By [Horn] – Mike Melvoin
  • Backing Vocals – 2nd Chapter Of Acts
  • Bass – Leland Sklar (tracks: A1a, A1c to A3, A5 to B5)
  • Clavinet – Larry Knechtel
  • Drums – David Kemper
  • Engineer – Buck Herring
  • Guitar, Banjo – Mike Deasy (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to B5)
  • Harmonica – Ben Benay
  • Keyboards [Aarpvark] – Mike Omartian*
  • Organ – Larry Knechtel
  • Photography By – Wally Duguid
  • Piano – Larry Knechtel (tracks: A1a, A1c to A3, A5 to B5)
  • Producer – Buck Herring
  • Written-By – B. McGuire* (tracks: A1b to A3, B1, B3 to B5)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MSA-6531-LP Barry McGuire Lighten Up ‎(LP, Album) Myrrh MSA-6531-LP US 1974
INT 125.406 Barry Mc Guire* Eve Of Destruction ‎(LP, Album, RE) Intercord INT 125.406 Germany Unknown
MYR 1020 Barry McGuire Lighten Up ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Myrrh MYR 1020 UK 1975
MA-6531 Barry McGuire Lighten Up ‎(Cass, Album) Myrrh MA-6531 US 1974
BMZ-002 Barry McGuire Lighten Up ‎(CD, Album, RM) Bearmark BMZ-002 US 2009