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Studio album by Elliott Murphy
Released 1973
Genre Rock
Length 37:09
Label PolyGram
Producer Peter K. Siegel
Elliott Murphy chronology
Lost Generation
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Aquashow was the debut album by singer-songwriter Elliott Murphy and was reviewed by Paul Nelson in Rolling Stone along with Bruce Springsteen's The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle under the headline "The Best Dylan since 1968" which earned them both the "New-Dylan" tag.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Elliott Murphy

  1. "Last of The Rock Stars"
  2. "How's The Family"
  3. "Hangin' Out"
  4. "Hometown"
  5. "Graveyard Scrapbook"
  6. "Poise 'N Pen"
  7. "Marilyn"
  8. "White Middle Class Blues"
  9. "Like a Great Gatsby" (listed as "Like a Crystal Microphone" in the US edition to avoid violating copyrights on the novel)
  10. "Don't Go Away"


  • Elliott Murphy - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards
  • Gene Parsons - drums, background vocals
  • Tasha Thomas - background vocals
  • Dennis Ferrante - background vocals
  • Teddy Irwin - guitar
  • Jim Mason - background vocals
  • Eddie Mottau - background vocals
  • Linda November - background vocals
  • Frank Owens - keyboards
  • Pat Rebillot - keyboards
  • Maretha Stewart - background vocals
  • Dick Wagner - background vocals
  • Shelly Yakus - engineer
  • Matthew Murphy - bass, background vocals


  1. ^ Hartenbach, Brett. Aquashow at AllMusic