Misty Roses

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Misty Roses
Misty Roses album cover.jpg
Studio album by The Sandpipers
Released 1967
Genre Pop, easy listening
Label A&M LP-135/SP-4135
Producer Tommy LiPuma
The Sandpipers chronology
The Sandpipers
(1967)
Misty Roses
(1967)
Softly
(1968)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Misty Roses was an LP album featuring The Sandpipers, released by A&M Records in 1967. The album reached #135 on the Billboard chart and the first track, "Cuando Salí de Cuba," made #3 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart.

Catalog numbers were LP-135/SP-4135 in the U.S. and AMLS912 in the U.K. Other international releases included Columbia (Fermata LPF 24-46), Germany (A&M 212 026), South Africa (A&M LAM 2032), Spain (A&M/Hispavox HDAS 371-14), and Taiwan (First S-FL-1575, orange vinyl). The album was reissued in 1974 on the U.K. Mayfair label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cuando Salí de Cuba" (Luis Aguilé)
  2. "And I Love Her" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
  3. "Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)" (Bart Howard)
  4. "Strange Song" (Chip Taylor)
  5. "The Honeywind Blows" (Fred Hellerman/Fran Minkoff)
  6. "Misty Roses" (Tim Hardin)
  7. "Today" (Randy Sparks)
  8. "I Believed It All" (Al Hirt/Alan Bergman/Marilyn Bergman)
  9. "Daydream" (John Sebastian)
  10. "Wooden Heart" (Fred Wise/Ben Weisman/Kay Twomey/Bert Kaempfert)

Production[edit]

Reissue[edit]

The album was combined with The Wonder of You in a 2006 CD release by Collectors' Choice Music.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Misty Roses at AllMusic