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Performer: Gordon Lightfoot
Title: Did She Mention My Name
Country: US
Genre: Rock
Style:Folk Rock, Acoustic
Released: 1968
MP3 album szie: 1758 mb
FLAC album size: 1820 mb

Did She Mention My Name? is Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot's third studio album, released in 1968 on the United Artists label. The album marked Lightfoot's first use of orchestration. All compositions by Gordon Lightfoot.

Read or print original Did She Mention My Name lyrics 2019 updated! It's so nice to meet an old friend and pass the time of day, And talk

Complete your Gordon Lightfoot collection. It wasn't until "Back Here on Earth"-Gordon Lightfoot's fourth and final album for United Artists-that he began to forge his mature sound, but each of the three preceding albums is interesting in its own right. Lightfoot!", the first, contains some great individual songs but comes off as a little too aw-shucks folky; "The Way I Feel" is the best of the four UA albums, with consistently strong songwriting and just enough embellishment from the backing musicians.

Is the landlord still a loser, do his signs hang in the hall Are the young girls still as pretty in the city in the fall Does the laughter on their faces still put the sun to shame And by the way, did she mention my name. Did she mention my name just in passing And when the talk ran high, did the look in her eye seem far away Is the old roof still leaking when the late snow turns to rain And by the way, did she mention my name

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Get the Tempo of the tracks from Did She Mention My Name (1968) by Gordon Lightfoot. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/114 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Did She Mention My Name. 1. Wherefore and Why. 2'54.

Band Name Gordon Lightfoot. Album Name Did She Mention My Name. Data de lançamento 1968. Labels United Artists Records Sunset Records. Estilo de MúsicaFolk Rock. Membros têm este álbum2. Wherefor & Why. 2. The Last Time I Saw Her. 3. Black Day in July.

Tracklist

A1 Wherefor & Why 2:54
A2 The Last Time I Saw Her 5:11
A3 Black Day In July 4:13
A4 May I 2:17
A5 Magnificent Outpouring 2:18
A6 Does Your Mother Know 3:36
B1 The Mountain And Maryann 3:35
B2 Pussywillows, Cat-tails 2:49
B3 I Want To Hear It From You 2:21
B4 Something Very Special 3:17
B5 Boss Man 2:05
B6 Did She Mention My Name 2:26

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – United Artists Records, Inc.
  • Designed At – Push Pin Studios
  • Record Company – United Artists Records, Inc.
  • Record Company – Transamerica Corporation
  • Published By – W-7 Music Corp.
  • Published By – Witmark

Credits

  • Bass – John Stockfish
  • Composed By – Gordon Lightfoot
  • Design [Cover] – Tim Lewis
  • Drums – Herb Lovelle*
  • Guitar – Huey McCracken*, Red Shea
  • Liner Notes – Gordon Lightfoot
  • Photography By [Cover] – Charles Steiner
  • Photography By [Liner] – Dan Kramer*
  • Producer – John Simon

Notes

Produced by John Simon-Groscourt Productions, Inc.

© 1968 United Artists Records, Inc.

Track B1 is listed as "Mountains And Marion" on the label, and as "The Mountain And Maryann" on the back cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): UAS 6649 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): UAS 6649 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UAS 6649 Gordon Lightfoot Did She Mention My Name ‎(LP, Album, RE) United Artists Records UAS 6649 US 1977
SULP 1199 Gordon Lightfoot Did She Mention My Name? ‎(LP, Album, RE) United Artists Records SULP 1199 UK 1969
L4N-510041 Gordon Lightfoot Did She Mention My Name ‎(Cass, Album, Club, RE, Dol) Liberty L4N-510041 Canada 1980
SUN 5005 Gordon Lightfoot Did She Mention My Name ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sunset Records SUN 5005 Scandinavia Unknown
UAS 6649 Gordon Lightfoot Did She Mention My Name ‎(LP, Album, RP, All) United Artists Records UAS 6649 US 1968
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Reviews: (2)
Drelajurus
Drelajurus
It wasn't until "Back Here on Earth"--Gordon Lightfoot's fourth and final album for United Artists--that he began to forge his mature sound, but each of the three preceding albums is interesting in its own right. "Lightfoot!", the first, contains some great individual songs but comes off as a little too aw-shucks folky; "The Way I Feel" is the best of the four UA albums, with consistently strong songwriting and just enough embellishment from the backing musicians. "Did She Mention My Name?", unfortunately, is all over the map. Sometimes it sounds like latter-day Monkees, sometimes it sounds like Muzak with a vocal tacked on as an afterthought; only occasionally does it sound like Lightfoot himself. There are some powerful songs (the title track, 'Black Day in July', 'Boss Man') but too much of the album relies on producer John Simon's cumbersome orchestration, and the tracks steeped most heavily in strings and woodwinds seem to be sketches rather than fully-fledged songs, serving merely as nails on which to hang Simon's baroque arrangements. (Even the lyrics, full of languid references to rain-drenched forests and wood fires a-blazing, appear to have been written with swollen orchestration in mind.) The overall impression is one of decadent bonelessness, a strange departure from Lightfoot's customarily direct, unpretentious approach. Two and a half stars. (There is one apparently experimental track, 'Something Very Special', in whose favor the heavy string arrangements actually work. Constructed around a single, minimal chord change, the song relates the eerie tale of a long-departed lover as an increasingly uneasy clatter of instruments shifts and swells beneath Lightfoot's voice--suggesting that perhaps there's a ghostly element to the story which the narrator himself only faintly suspects. This one wouldn't have sounded out of place in a film like "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" or an episode of Rod Serling's "Night Gallery".)
Gaxaisvem
Gaxaisvem
Not quite as accessible as earlier Lightfoot albums as the orchestrations seem to smother some of the songs on occasion. Some great tracks though all the same. The title track is a classic as is 'Boss Man' and 'The Last time I saw her'. Watch out for later pressings which often abridge the album.