Introducing The Beau Brummels

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Introducing the Beau Brummels
Studio album by The Beau Brummels
Released April 1965
Recorded 1964-1965
Genre Garage rock, folk rock, pop rock
Length 30:30
Label Autumn
Producer Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart
The Beau Brummels chronology
Introducing the Beau Brummels
(1965)
The Beau Brummels, Volume 2
(1965)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Introducing the Beau Brummels is the debut album by American pop rock band The Beau Brummels. It was produced by Sly Stone, lead singer of Sly & the Family Stone. Unlike most debut albums of the era, ten of the twelve songs on this album are originals. The album peaked at number 24 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart in 1965.[2]

Tracks[edit]

All songs written by Ron Elliot, except where noted.

Side 1[edit]

  1. "Laugh, Laugh" - 2:54
  2. "Still in Love With You Baby" - 2:32
  3. "Just a Little" (Durand, Elliott) - 2:23
  4. "Just Wait and See" - 2:22
  5. "Oh Lonesome Me" (Don Gibson) - 2:22
  6. "Ain't That Loving You" (Deadric Malone) - 2:22

Side 2[edit]

  1. "Stick Like Glue" - 1:58
  2. "They'll Make You Cry" - 3:05
  3. "That's If You Want Me To" - 2:23
  4. "I Want More Loving" - 2:23
  5. "I Would Be Happy" - 2:40
  6. "Not Too Long Ago" - 3:06

Bonus tracks (1998 Repertoire)[edit]

  1. "Good Time Music" (John Sebastian) - 3:05 (A-side)
  2. "Gentle Wanderin' Ways" - 2:45
  3. "Fine With Me" - 2:17 (B-side)
  4. "Just a Little" (Durand, Elliott) - 2:23 (Demo)
  5. "It's So Nice" - 1:48 (Demo)
  6. "How Many Times" - 2:07 (Demo)
  7. "She's My Girl" - 2:28 (Demo)
  8. "News" - 1:56 (Demo)
  9. "I'll Tell You" - 2:45 (Outtake from Volume 2)
  10. "No Lonelier Man" - 2:01 (Demo)
  11. "She Loves Me" - 3:11 (Demo)
  12. "Tomorrow Is Another Day" - 2:44 (Demo)

Personnel[edit]

  • Sal Valentino - vocals
  • Ron Elliott - lead guitar
  • Ron Meagher - guitar
  • Declan Mulligan - bass
  • John Petersen - drums

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1965) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard 200 24[2]

References[edit]

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