Love Is Blue (The Dells album)
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|Love Is Blue|
|Studio album by The Dells|
Love Is Blue is a 1969 album by The Dells.
- "I Can Sing a Rainbow / Love Is Blue"
- "Oh, What a Night"
- "Dock of the Bay"
- "A Little Understanding"
- "One Mint Julep"
- "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
- "A Summer Place"
- "The Glory of Love"
- "Wichita Lineman"/"By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
The album was recorded at Ter Mar Studio, Chicago, in June, 1969 in CONCEPT 12.
- Charles Stepney – Arranger
- Bobby Miller – Producer
- Stu Black – Engineer
- Lee Russo – cover photo
- Warren Linn – Liner illustration
- Randy Harter – Art Direction
- Leimbacher, Ed (13 December 1969). "Records". Rolling Stone. San Francisco: Straight Arrow Publishers, Inc. (48): 52.
- Marv Goldberg's article on The Dells
- The Dells Allmusic entry
- The Dells biography and updates at Soul Tracks
- 'The Dells' Vocal Group Hall of Fame Page
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