Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros album)

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Rhinoceros
Studio album by
Released1968 (1968)
GenreRock
LabelElektra Records
Rhinoceros chronology
Rhinoceros
(1968)
Satin Chickens
(1969)
Singles from Better Times Are Coming

Rhinoceros is the 1968 debut album of Rhinoceros. The fold-out cover artwork on the album by G. Sazaferin showed a brightly colourful, beaded Rhinoceros.[1][2]

Tracks[edit]

01. When You Say You're Sorry (Alan Gerber) - 3:51
02. Same Old Way (John Finley) - 2:02
03. Apricot Brandy (Danny Weis, Michael Fonfara) - 1:57
04. That Time Of The Year (Alan Gerber) - 4:11
05. You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It) (Beth Beatty, Dick Cooper, Ernie Shelby) - 4:38
06. I Need Love (Larry Williams) - 4:23
07. I've Been There (Alan Gerber, John Finley) - 4:24
08. Belbuekus (Danny Weis, John Finley) - 2:25
09. Along Comes Tomorrow (Alan Gerber) - 4:37
10. I Will Serenade You (John Finley) - 3:19

Personnel[edit]

- John Finley - vocals (01,02,04-08,10) - Alan Gerber - vocals (01,06-09), piano - Danny Weis - guitar, piano - Doug Hastings - guitar - Michael Fonfara - organ - Jerry "The Bear" Penrod - bass - Billy Mundi - drums, percussion + - Paul A. Rothchild - producer

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colin Larkin -The encyclopedia of popular music: Indexes -2006 0195313739 Volume 10 - Page 871 The spectacular fold-out cover artwork on their debut by G. Sazaferin showed a brightly colourful, beaded Rhinoceros. Unfortunately the music was disappointing; only the Buddy Miles-influenced 'You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)' and their 'greatest hit', the instrumental 'Apricot Brandy", stood out. The BBC adopted the latter as a Radio 1 theme. Two more albums followed, but by now the ponderous Rhinoceros had turned into a dodo. • ALBUMS: Rhinoceros (Elektra 1968) ...
  2. ^ Colin Larkin - 1997 The Virgin encyclopedia of sixties music - Page 372 Two more albums followed, but by now the ponderous Rhinoceros had turned into a dodo. •ALBUMS: Rhinoceros (Elektra 1968)***, Satin Chickens (Elektra 1969)**, Better Times Are Coming (Elektra 1970) .