Old Dan's Records
|Old Dan's Records|
|Studio album by Gordon Lightfoot|
|Gordon Lightfoot chronology|
Old Dan's Records is Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot's ninth original album, released in 1972 on the Reprise Records label. The album reached #1 in Canada on the RPM national album chart on November 5, 1972, and remained there for three weeks. In the U.S., it peaked at #95 on the pop chart.
The album marks a continued evolution in Lightfoot's sound as he begins to add country influences to his standard folk sound with the help of the banjo, dobro and steel guitar. Lightfoot would continue to use these country influences in his music until the early 1980s.
- "Farewell to Annabel" – 2:59
- "That Same Old Obsession" – 3:46
- "Old Dan's Records" – 3:05
- "Lazy Mornin'" – 3:43
- "You Are What I Am" – 2:37
- "Can't Depend on Love" – 3:12
- "My Pony Won't Go" – 3:50
- "It's Worth Believin'" – 3:24
- "Mother of a Miner's Child" – 3:18
- "Hi'way Songs" – 3:37
All compositions by Lightfoot
- Gordon Lightfoot - Guitar, Piano, Vibraphone
- Red Shea - Guitar, Classical guitar, Dobro
- Terry Clements - Guitar
- Barry Keane - Drums, Percussion
- Rick Haynes- Bass
- David Bromberg - Slide Dobro
- Old Dan's Records at AllMusic. Retrieved February 9, 2012.
- Library and Archives Canada. http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/rpm/028020-119.01-e.php?brws_s=1&file_num=nlc008388.4233&type=1&interval=24&PHPSESSID=fo29c3lm9r4jevi2cu27jn68o5
- See Juno Awards of 1974.
Catch Bull at Four by Cat Stevens
|Canadian RPM 100 number-one album
November 25 - December 9, 1972 (3 weeks)
Living in the Past
by Jethro Tull