Bustin' Out

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Bustin' Out
Pure Prairie League - Bustin' Out.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 1972
RecordedRCA Studios, Toronto
GenreCountry rock, folk rock
Length34:36
LabelRCA
ProducerRobert Alan Ringe
Pure Prairie League chronology
Pure Prairie League
(1972)
Bustin' Out
(1972)
Two Lane Highway
(1975)
Singles from Bustin' Out
  1. "Amie"
    Released: 1973
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic5/5 stars [1]

Bustin' Out is the second album by American country rock band Pure Prairie League, released by RCA Records in 1972. The album ended up becoming far more popular a couple of years after its release, during the height of the Country Rock, and Southern Rock boom of the mid-1970s. By then, band leader Craig Fuller was no longer in the band due to draft board issues.

"Amie" was released as a single in 1973, and began receiving airplay mostly on college radio stations. "Falling In and Out of Love" ends in a segue to "Amie", which then concludes with the main chorus of "Falling In and Out of Love." Because of this interrelationship, many American classic rock and AOR radio stations play the pair of songs as a single track.

The album features a guest appearance by lead guitarist Mick Ronson on the track "Angel #9".

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Craig Fuller, except where noted.

  1. "Jazzman" (Ed Holstein) – 2:34
  2. "Angel #9" – 4:55
  3. "Leave My Heart Alone" (George Powell) – 4:24
  4. "Early Morning Riser" – 5:05
  5. "Falling In and Out of Love" – 2:12
  6. "Amie" – 4:18
  7. "Boulder Skies" – 4:01
  8. "Angel" – 4:26
  9. "Call Me, Tell Me" – 2:41

Personnel[edit]

Pure Prairie League
Additional musicians
Production
  • Producer: Robert Alan Ringe
  • Engineer: Mark Smith
  • Recording Technician: Cub Richardson
  • Digital Producer: Susan Ruskin
  • Digital Series Executive Producer: Don Wardell
  • Remastering: Rick Rowe
  • Art direction: Acy Lehman
  • Management: Roger Abramson

Charts[edit]

Album – Billboard (United States)

Year Chart Position
1975 Pop Albums 34

Singles - Billboard Hot 100

Year Song Position
1975 Amie 27

See also[edit]

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