Recorded @ Rundown Studios – Santa Monica, California – 27 April 1978.
This was the 3rd Street-Legal session, produced by Don DeVito.
This recording session included:
1. No Time To Think
2. Where Are You Tonight? (Journey Through Dark Heat)
3. True Love Tends To Forget
4. Changing Of The Guards
A Great session, as all the 4 tracks was included on the coming album:
This is my fav song from a fantastic and highly underrated album.
And btw.. the sound of the album never bothered me, but it was nice to get the 1999 remixed release.
Sixteen banners united over the field
Where the good shepherd grieves
Desperate men, desperate women divided
Spreading their wings ‘neath falling leaves.
“Changing of the Guards” is a song written by Bob Dylan, released in 1978 as a single and as the first track on his album Street -Legal. As an A-side single it failed to reach the Billboard Top 100. However, it was included on Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Volume 3, released in 1994.
…although it hurts to stop this part of the daily calendar.. we need to move on…
- Ann Peebles (born April 27, 1947) is an African American singer-songwriter who gained celebrity for her Memphis soul albums of the 1970s on the Hi Records label. Two of her most popular songs are “I Can’t Stand the Rain” and “I’m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down”, which she wrote with her husband, Don Bryant, and radio broadcaster Bernard “Bernie” Miller and were subsequently popularized in cover versions by, among others, Eruption (1978) and Paul Young (1984), respectively.
- Bob Dylan records master versions of “Foot of Pride” & “I & I” @ Studio A, Power Station – New York City, New York on 27 April 1983
- “Love Me Do” is The Beatles‘ first single, backed by “P.S. I Love You” and released on 5 October 1962. When the single was originally released in the United Kingdom, it peaked at number seventeen; in 1982 it was re-issued and reached number four. In the United States the single was a number one hit in 1964.
Single by The Beatles from the album Please Please Me B-side “P.S. I Love You“ Released 5 October 1962
27 April 1964 (US)
Format 7″ Recorded 6 June; 4 and 11 September 1962,
EMI Studios, London
Genre Pop rock Length 2:22 Label Parlophone R4949
Capitol Canada 72076
Writer(s) Lennon–McCartney Producer George Martin