Song for Juli

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Song for Juli
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Studio album by Jesse Colin Young
Released September,1973
Recorded 1973
Genre Country rock/Folk rock
Length 39:58
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Jesse Colin Young/David Bean
Jesse Colin Young chronology
Together
(1972)
Song for Juli
(1973)
Light Shine
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Song for Juli is the fourth solo album by Singer-Songwriter and former Youngblood Jesse Colin Young. The standout tracks are "Mornin' Sun", "Song for Juli", and "Miss Hesitation". The album had a higher chart placing than any of the Youngbloods albums, and stayed on the charts longer than any other album he ever made.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Mornin' Sun" (J.C. Young) - 4:04
  2. "Song for Juli" (J.C. Young, Suzi Young) - 4:59
  3. "Ridgetop" (J.C. Young) - 7:02
  4. "Evenin'" (J.C. Young) - 3:13
  5. "Miss Hesitation" (J.C. Young) - 6:26
  6. "T-Bone Shuffle" (T-Bone Walker) - 5:03
  7. "Lafayette Waltz" (Clifton Chenier) - 1:45
  8. "Jambalaya" (Hank Williams) - 3:18
  9. "Country Home" (J.C. Young) - 4:04

Personnel[edit]

  • Jesse Colin Young - guitar, vocals
  • Suzi Young - harmony vocals
  • David Hayes - bass, harmony vocals
  • Eddy Ottenstein - guitar
  • Jeff Myer - drums
  • Scott Lawrence - piano, vibraphone
  • Rick Anderson - harmonica
  • John Tenney - violin
  • Jim Rothermel - clarinet, saxophone
  • Bob Ferreira - saxophone
  • Mel Martin - saxophone
  • Tom Harrell - trumpet
  • Gordon Messick - trombone
  • Pat O'Hara - trombone
  • Earthquake - harmonica

Production[edit]

  • Producer: Jesse Colin Young, David Bean
  • Recording Engineer: Jesse Colin Young, Suzi Young, Bob Ferreira, Tom Harrell, David Hayes, Scott Lawrence, Mel Martin, Gordon Messick, Jim Rothermel, John Tenney
  • Mastering: John Cuniberti, Ethan Turner
  • Art Design: Sidney Wasserbach
  • Photography: Jon Sievert, Sidney Wasserbach
  • Liner Notes: Unknown

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