Gone Crazy (album)
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|Studio album by Grin|
Gone Crazy is a 1973 album by Grin. The original album was a gatefold. The outside front and back covers feature a colorful drawing, by Lanny Tupper, of animals, dishes, and musical instruments going crazy. A photo of Nils Lofgren doing a flip is also on the front cover. The inside cover has nineteen photos of the band, performing and hanging out with an old man, identified as Mr. Carter.
All tracks composed by Nils Lofgren
- "You're the Weight" - 5:11
- "Boy and Girl" - 4:31
- "What About Me" - 4:27
- "One More Time" - 5:10
- "True Thrill" - 3:08
- "Beggar's Day (Eulogy to Danny Whitten)" - 4:18
- "Nightmare" - 3:42
- "Believe" - 3:55
- "Ain't for Free" - 4:17
- Nils Lofgren - Guitars, Keyboards, Lead Vocals
- Bob Berberich - Drums, Lead Vocals
- Bob Gordon - Bass, Background Vocals
- Tom Lofgren - Guitars, Background Vocals
These liner notes are written in script around the photograph and are hard to read, so some spelling may be wrong.
- For their invaluable assistance on and off the road, thanks to our friends Jimmy Foster, Tom Miller and John Lockbridge.
- Special thanks to Clydie M. King, Sherlie Matthews and Merry Clayton for behind vocals.
- For all artwork, cover & back, thanks to Lonnie Tupper (Lanny Tupper) for his talents & interest above and beyond the call of duty.
- Management - "Smart" Art Linson.
- Photography Connie Sprague (cover photo) & R. Ottinger.
- Engineered by David Briggs w/ Bob, Bill & Gabby
- Recorded at Bias.
- We are deeply grateful to Bobbye Hall for all her percussion work.
All information from album cover and label, unless otherwise noted.
- Gone Crazy', Grin, A&M SP-4415 (1973) LP
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