Raspberries (album)

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Raspberries
Raspberries album.jpg
Studio album by Raspberries
Released April 10, 1972
Recorded Record Plant Studios, New York Abbey Road Studios, London
Genre Power pop
Length 34:27
Label Capitol
Producer Alan Parsons, Jimmy Ienner
Raspberries chronology
Raspberries
(1972)
Fresh
(1972)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Raspberries is the debut album from the Raspberries, released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). It was their second-highest charting LP, reaching #51 on the Billboard album chart, but spent more weeks on the chart than all of their other albums combined.

The American version of this LP (cat #SK11036) carried a scratch and sniff sticker scented with a soft fruit perfume.

This album was re-released on CD as part of the 'Power Pop vol. 1,' also containing their second album Fresh Raspberries.

It contained two charting singles, "Don't Want to Say Goodbye," which reached #86, and their biggest hit, "Go All the Way," which reached #5.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lead Vocals Length
1. "Go All the Way" (Carmen) Eric Carmen 3:19
2. "Come Around and See Me" (Bryson) Wally Bryson 3:00
3. "I Saw the Light" (Carmen, Bryson) Carmen 2:40
4. "Rock & Roll Mama" (Smalley) Dave Smalley 4:35
5. "Waiting" (Carmen) Carmen 2:43
6. "Don't Want to Say Goodbye" (Carmen, Bryson) Carmen, Bryson 5:00
7. "With You in My Life" (Bryson) Bryson 2:45
8. "Get It Moving" (Smalley) Smalley 2:25
9. "I Can Remember" (Carmen) Carmen 8:00

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