Sands of Time (Jay and the Americans album)

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Sands of Time
Studio album by Jay and The Americans
Released March 15, 1969
Genre Pop
Label United Artists
Producer Jay and the Americans
Jay and The Americans chronology
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Sands of Time is the seventh studio album by Jay and the Americans released on March 15, 1969. The album went to #51 on The Billboard 200. It reached #30 on the Cashbox charts.[2]

The song "This Magic Moment" hit #6 on The Billboard Hot 100 and was the group's first top ten hit in over three years. The song "Hushabye" hit #62 and "When You Dance" went to #70 in 1969.[3] The album was conducted and arranged by Thomas Kaye.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "This Magic Moment" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman)
  2. "Pledging My Love" (Ferdinand Washington, Don Robey)
  3. "Can't We Be Sweethearts" (J. Herbert Cox, Morris Levy)
  4. "My Prayer" (Georges Boulanger, Jimmy Kennedy)
  5. "So Much in Love" (George Williams, Bill Jackson, Roy Straigis)
  6. "Since I Don't Have You" (Joseph Rock, James Beaumont)
  7. "Gypsy Woman" (Curtis Mayfield)
  8. "Hushabye" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman)
  9. "When You Dance" (Andrew Jones, Jr.)
  10. "Life Is but a Dream" (Raoul Cita, Hy Weiss, Sam Weiss)
  11. "Mean Woman Blues" (Claude Demetrius)
  12. "Goodnight My Love" (George Motola, John Marascalco)