Rock Machine I Love You

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Rock Machine - I Love You
Compilation album by Various artists
Released 1968
Genre Rock
Label CBS
Various artists chronology
The Rock Machine Turns You On
(1968)
Rock Machine I Love You
(1968)
Fill Your Head with Rock
(1970)

Rock Machine - I Love You was a bargain priced sampler album, released by CBS Records in the UK in 1968.

It followed its equally successful predecessor, The Rock Machine Turns You On. Rock Machine - I Love You entered the UK Albums Chart in June 1969, several months after its first release, rising to no. 15,[1] and was estimated to have sold over 90,000 copies.[2]

CBS followed it up again in 1970 with two double sampler albums - Fill Your Head with Rock and Rockbuster.

Track listing[edit]

Side 1[edit]

  1. "More and More" - Blood, Sweat & Tears - from the LP Blood Sweat & Tears
  2. "Stoned Soul Picnic" - Laura Nyro - from the LP Eli and the Thirteenth Confession
  3. "Stop" - Mike Bloomfield & Al Kooper - from the LP Super Session
  4. "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" - The Byrds - from the LP Sweetheart of the Rodeo
  5. "Somebody to Love" - Grace Slick and The Great Society - from the LP Conspicuous Only in its Absence
  6. "Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G Major", 2nd movement - from the LP Switched-On Bach
  7. "Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye" - Leonard Cohen - from the LP The Songs of Leonard Cohen

Side 2[edit]

  1. "America" - Simon & Garfunkel - from the LP Bookends
  2. "My Name is Jack" - John Simon - from the Original Soundtrack recording You Are What You Eat
  3. "See To Your Neighbour" - The Electric Flag - from the LP The Electric Flag
  4. "The Tihai", excerpt - Don Ellis and his Orchestra - from the LP Shock Treatment
  5. "Turtle Blues" - Big Brother and the Holding Company - from the LP Cheap Thrills (listed on the cover/record as "Ball and Chain")
  6. "Time" - Dino Valente - from the LP Dino Valente
  7. "Ain't That a Lot of Love" - Taj Mahal - from the LP The Natch'l Blues

References[edit]

"Rock Machine I Love You" at AllMusic. Retrieved 4 August 2011.