Two Weeks Last Summer

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Two Weeks Last Summer
Cousins two weeks last summer.jpg
Studio album by Dave Cousins
Released October 1972 (1972-10)
Recorded June 1972 (1972-06)
Genre folk-rock, singer-songwriter
Length 38:26
Label A&M
Producer Dave Cousins, Tom Allom
Dave Cousins chronology
Two Weeks Last Summer
(1972)
The Boy in the Sailor Suit
(2007)
Singles from Two Weeks Last Summer
  1. "Going Home"
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Two Weeks Last Summer is a studio album by Dave Cousins. It was released in 1972 on A&M Records.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Dave Cousins

  1. "Two Weeks Last Summer" – (3:07)
  2. "October to May" – (2:27)
  3. "Blue Angel" – (9:48)
    "Divided"
    "Half Worlds Apart"
    "At Rest"
  4. "That's the Way It Ends" (including "The World") – (3:00)
  5. "The Actor" – (4:28)
  6. "When You Were a Child" – (3:02)
  7. "Ways and Means" – (4:22)
  8. "We'll Meet Again Sometime" – (4:48)
  9. "Going Home" – (3:24)

on the CD, the tracks "The World" and "That's the Way It Ends" are listed separately with timings of 1:45 and 1:15 respectively.

Personnel[edit]

The track "Going Home" is credited with personnel "Lampoon". The track had originally been planned as a Dave Lambert single before he joined Strawbs. Cousins replaced Lambert's vocals with his own and released it as a single. It is believed that the other musicians were Blue Weaver on keyboards, John Ford on bass guitar and Richard Hudson on drums. This would have been the first time that this new Strawbs line-up recorded together.

Recording[edit]

  • Dave Cousins – producer
  • Tom Allom – producer, engineer

Recorded at The Manor, Kidlington, Oxford in June 1972.

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format Catalog
United Kingdom October 1972 (1972-10) A&M Records stereo LP AMLH 68118
Canada October 1972 (1972-10) A&M Records stereo LP SP 9008
A&M Records compact cassette ZCAM 68118
A&M Records 8-track cartridge Y8AM 68118
United Kingdom 2003 (2003) SDR Records CD SDRCD 010

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