Power in the Music

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Power in the Music
Power in the Music by The Guess Who.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 1975
RecordedMarch 1975
GenreRock
Length43:00
LabelRCA
ProducerJack Richardson
The Guess Who chronology
Flavours
(1974)
Power in the Music
(1975)
The Way They Were
(1976)
Singles from Power in the Music
  1. "Rosanne"
    Released: 1975
  2. "When the Band Was Singin' 'Shakin' All Over"
    Released: 1975
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]

Power in the Music is the fourteenth studio album by the Canadian rock band the Guess Who. The album was released in 1975 by RCA Records. It is the second album with guitarist Domenic Troiano and the last to feature lead singer Burton Cummings.

The album features two singles: "Roseanne" (U.S. #105, Canada #55) and "When the Band Was Singin' ‘Shakin' All Over’" (U.S. #102). The lyrics of this 1975 song reference the Guess Who's 1965 hit "Shakin' All Over".

Release history[edit]

In addition to the usual two channel stereo version the album was also released by RCA in a four channel quadraphonic version on both LP and 8-track tape. The quad LP version used the Quadradisc system.

The album was later released on CD by Iconoclassic with two bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Burton Cummings and Domenic Troiano.

  1. "Down and Out Woman" – 3:37
  2. "Women" – 3:25
  3. "When the Band Was Singin' ‘Shakin' All Over’" – 3:35
  4. "Dreams" – 4:45
  5. "Rich World/Poor World" – 6:20
  6. "Rosanne" – 4:17
  7. "Coors for Sunday" – 4:25
  8. "Shopping Bag Lady" – 5:40
  9. "Power in the Music" – 6:35

2014 Iconoclassic remaster bonus tracks:

Personnel[edit]

The Guess Who
Additional personnel
  • Brian Christian – engineer
  • Jack Richardson – producer[2]

Charts[edit]

Album

Year Chart Peak Position
1975 RPM 63
Billboard 200 87

Singles

Year Single Chart Position
1975 "Rosanne" Canada RPM 55
US Billboard 105
"When the Band Was Singin'
`Shakin' All Over`"
102

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