Aftertones

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Aftertones
Studio album by Janis Ian
Released 1976
Genre Adult contemporary
Label Columbia Records
Producer Brooks Arthur
Janis Ian chronology
Between the Lines
(1975)
Aftertones
(1976)
Miracle Row
(1977)

Aftertones is the eighth album by American singer/songwriter Janis Ian, recorded 1975 in various New York studios and released 1976 by Columbia Records. "Love Is Blind" was a #1 single in Japan for six months. It was the highest-selling album by a solo female artist in Japan and was also a top twenty and gold record in the United States, England, Ireland, and Holland.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Janis Ian

Side 1

  1. "Aftertones" (3:14)
  2. "I Would Like to Dance" (3:38)
  3. "Love is Blind" (2:14)
  4. "Roses" (3:09)
  5. "Belle of the Blues" (4:30)

Side 2

  1. "Goodbye to Morning" (3:07)
  2. "Boy I Really Tied One On" (2:40)
  3. "This Must be Wrong" (2:40)
  4. "Don’t Cry, Old Man" (3:51)
  5. "Hymn" (4:08)

Personnel[edit]

  • Musicians: Wayne Andre, Phil Bodner, George Browne, James Buffington, Earl Chapin, Selward Clarke, Mike Commins, Donald Corrado, Harry Cykman, Richard Davis, Eugenie Dengel, Gonzaolo Fernandez, Bobby Fortunato, Ron Frangipane, Al Gorgoni, Mickey Gravine, Larry Harlow, Max Hollander, Janis Ian, Arthur Jenkins, Lewis Kahn, Artie Kaplan, Kathy Kienke, Ezra Kliger, Barry Lazarowitz, Jeff Layton, Jesse Levy, Harry Lookofsky, Tom Malone, Charles McCraken, Kermit Moore, Peter Nater, Gene Orloff, Romeo Penque, Buddy Pizzerela, Jerry Ragavoy, Bruce Rogers, Ernie Royal, David Sackson, Julius Schacter, Joe Shepley, Larry Spencer, Manny Vardi, Paul Winter, Stu Woods, George Young.
  • Soloists: Claire Bay, Phil Bodnes, Gonzalo Fernandez, Larry Harlow, Jesse Levy, Odetta, Romeo Pengue, Phoebe Snow, Brooks Arthur, V. Martin Fink, Janis Ian.
  • Guitars: Janis Ian, Jeff Layton, Al Gorzoni, Bucky Pizzerela.
  • Bass: Stu Woods, Richard Davis.
  • Percussion: Barry Lazarowitz.

Production[edit]

  • Produced by Brooks Arthur
  • Album Photography: Peter Cunningham
  • Album Design: David L’Heureux

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