Believers (Don McLean album)
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|Released||October 29, 1981|
|Don McLean chronology|
|Singles from Believers|
The album leads off with a re-recording of "Castles in the Air", a song which originally appeared on McLean's 1970 debut album Tapestry. Released as a single, it reached #7 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart and #36 on the Hot 100 chart.
All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated.
- "Castles in the Air"
- "Isn't It Strange"
- "Left for Dead on the Road of Love"
- "Sea Man"
- "I Tune the World Out"
- "Love Hurts" (Boudleaux Bryant)
- "Love Letters" (Edward Heyman, Victor Young)
- "Crazy Eyes"
- "Sea Cruise" (Huey "Piano" Smith)
- "Dream Lover" (Bobby Darin)
- Don McLean - vocals, guitar
- Ray Edenton, Billy Sanford, James Capps, Jerry Shook, Steve Chapman - guitars
- Sheldon Kurland - strings
- Dennis Solee - saxophone
- Hargus "Pig" Robbins, David Briggs - piano
- Bob Moore - bass guitar
- Leon Rhodes - six-string bass guitar
- Jerry Carrigan, Gene Chrisman - drums
- Ronald Vaughan - percussion
- The Jordanaires - backing vocals
- Bill Justis - string arrangements
- Larry Butler - producer
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