Someplace Else Now

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Someplace Else Now
Studio album by Lesley Gore
Released 1972
Genre Pop
Label MoWest Records
Producer Joe Porter
Lesley Gore chronology
Lesley Gore Golden Hits, Vol. 2
(1968)
Someplace Else Now
(1972)
Love Me By Name
(1975)

Someplace Else Now is a 1972 album by American singer Lesley Gore[1] and is her eighth studio album. It was preceded by the 1968 compilation album Golden Hits Volume 2. Only one single was released from the album, "She Said That". It was also her only album for the Motown subsidiary MoWest Records.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "For Me" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  2. "The Road I Walk" (L. Gore)
  3. "Out of Love" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  4. "She Said That" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  5. "Don‘t Wanna Be One" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  6. "Be My Life" (L. Gore)
  7. "Where Do You Go? (When You Get Home)" (L. Gore/M. Gore)
  8. "What Did I Do Wrong?" (L. Gore)
  9. "Someplace Else Now" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  10. "Mine" (L. Gore)
  11. "No Sad Songs" (L. Gore/E. Weston)
  12. "For You" (L. Gore/E. Weston)

References[edit]

  1. ^ (30 July 1972). Leslie Gore Struggling For Return, Lakeland Ledger