Born to Be (album)
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|Born to Be|
|Studio album by Melanie|
|Recorded||1968, Allegro Sound Studios, New York City|
|Genre||Pop rock, folk rock|
|Rolling Stone||(negative) |
Following Melanie's success at the Woodstock Festival in 1969 Buddha repackaged and reissued the album as My First Album.
All songs written by Melanie Safka except where noted.
- "In the Hour"
- "I'm Back in Town"
- "Bobo's Party"
- "Mr. Tambourine Man" (Bob Dylan)
- "Momma, Momma"
- "I Really Loved Harold"
- "Animal Crackers"
- "Christopher Robin Is Saying His Prayers"
- "Close to It All"
- "Merry Christmas"
- Roger Kellaway – Arranger
- Melanie – Guitar, Vocals
- Peter Schekeryk – Producer
- Bruce Staple – Engineer
- Born to Be at AllMusic
- Micklo, Anne Marie (March 15, 1969). "Records". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 18 February 2015.
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