David Soul (album)

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David Soul
David Soul Album.jpg
Artwork from the original 1976 release
Studio album by
ReleasedJanuary 14, 1976
Recorded1975
StudioRecord Plant Studios, Los Angeles, California
The Automatt, San Francisco, California
Genre
LabelPrivate Stock Records
ProducerElliot Mazer
David Soul chronology
David Soul
(1976)
Playing to an Audience of One
(1977)

David Soul is the debut album by American actor and singer-songwriter David Soul, released in 1976.[1]

On later editions of the album, Soul's hit single "Don't Give Up on Us" was featured in place of "One More Mountain to Climb".

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."The Wall"David Soul, Gardner McKay1:50
2."1927 Kansas City"Mike Reilly3:05
3."Bird On A Wire" (Leonard Cohen cover)Leonard Cohen2:57
4."Hooray for Hollywood"David MacKenzie2:35
5."Landlord"Jim Page3:05
6."Seem to Miss So Much (Coalminer's Song)"Bruno Kirby, Sam Fox3:46
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
7."One More Mountain to Climb" (Dr. Music cover)Neil Sedaka, Howard Greenfield3:02
8."Ex Lover"Amanda McBroom4:18
9."Topanga"David Soul, Gardner McKay4:06
10."Black Bean Soup" (Duet with Lynne Marta)David Soul, Gardner McKay2:33
11."Kristofer David"David Soul4:16

References[edit]

  1. ^ David Soul. Discogs. November 5, 2017.