Lost Generation (album)

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Lost Generation
LostGeneration.jpg
Studio album by Elliott Murphy
Released 1975
Recorded 1975
Genre Rock
Label RCA
Producer Paul A. Rothchild
Elliott Murphy chronology
Aquashow
(1974)Aquashow1974
Lost Generation
(1975)
Night Lights
(1976)Night Lights1976
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars [1]

Lost Generation was the second major label album by singer-songwriter Elliott Murphy produced by Paul A. Rothchild and recorded at Elektra Studio in Los Angeles and was reviewed by Paul Nelson in Rolling Stone.[2] The album featured an all-star band of top session musicians including drummer Jim Gordon and keyboardist Richard Tee. The cover photo of Murphy standing in front of an open parachute was taken by photographer Ed Caraeff. Paul Nelson's Rolling Stone review called the album "brilliant but extraordinarily difficult" and gave Murphy the Hemingwayesque accolade, "When he's on the street, the sun also rises on one of the best."[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Elliott Murphy

  1. "Hollywood"
  2. "A Touch of Mercy"
  3. "History"
  4. "When You Ride"
  5. "Bittersweet"
  6. "Lost Generation"
  7. "Eva Braun"
  8. "Manhattan Rock"
  9. "Visions of the Night"
  10. "Lookin' Back"

Personnel[edit]

Technical
  • Fritz Richmond - engineer
  • Acy Lehman - art direction
  • Dennis Katz - cover design
  • Ed Caraeff - photography

References[edit]