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Flee (1979) - Jeremy Spencer


    Featuring »

Jeremy Spencer

    Tracklisting »
Side One:
DeeperLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 5:24
  Comments: Mixed with the use of the Aphex Aural Exciter.
When I Looked To See The SunshineLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 5:23
  Comments: Billed as "Sunshine". Mixed with the use of the Aphex Aural Exciter.
Love Our Way Outta HereLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 8:29
  Comments: Mixed with the use of the Aphex Aural Exciter.
Side Two:
FleeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 5:58
Cool BreezeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 3:39
You've Got The RightLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 2:51
Travellin'Lyrics available Tabs available
  Date Performance: 1979, Running Time: 3:27
    Guest Appearances »

Buz Buchanan, Michael Fogarty, Al Izzo, Neal/Neil Jason, Victor Salazar, Jeff Schoen

    Released »

1979-06

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Bill(-Dog) Dooley (Engineer), Barry Hammond (Engineer), Randy Mason (Engineer), Gene Paul (Engineer), Eric Prestige (Engineer), Bobby Warner (Engineer), Michael Fogarty (Songwriter), David Rugely (Songwriter), Jeremy Spencer (Songwriter), Sandi Young (Art Direction), Ahmet M. Ertegun (Nugetre) (Executive Producer), Ariane Brener (Manager), Michael Fogarty (Produced By), Jeremy Spencer (Produced By), Ariane Brener Ltd. (Management), Michael Fogarty (Arranged By), Armondo Noriega (Arranged By), Jeremy Spencer (Arranged By), Bill(-Dog) Dooley (Mixing Engineer), Steven Machat (Attorney), Marty Machat (Attorney), Machat & Machat (Attorney), Bacho Mangual (Mixing Consultant), Israel Sanchez (Production Association), Silvio Tancredi (Production Association), Phil Anastasi (Vocal Concepts By), Chris(topher) Callis (Cover Photograph), Herbert Wheeler Worthington, III (Back Cover Photograph)

    Record Label »
Atlantic/Wounded Bird

    Catalogue Number »

SD 19236/WOU 9236

    Running Time »

35:16

    Liner Notes »

For original Atlantic vinyl issue:

Management:
Ariane Brener Ltd.
c/o Machat & Machat
1501 Broadway. 30th floor
New York, New York 10036

Jeremy Spencer Band Fan Club
c/o Machat & Machat
2049 Century Park East, Suite 2717
Los Angeles, California 90067

Thanks to Ahmet Ertegun, Jerry Greenberg, Bob Greenberg, John David Kalodner, Jim Delehant and all the other members of Atlantlc who helped make this album possible; and also thanks to our manager, Ariane Brener and our attorneys, Marty & Steven Machat.

Special thanks to Ray Gomez, the Bob Miller Synares, the Pinnisi strings and moog; the Steve Thompson bass, the Simon Phillips drums, Jan Mullaney, Dad, Maria, Jean Hendricks, and also the Jeremy Spencer Band Fan Club,

Warning: Unauthorized reproduction of this recording is prohibited by Federal law and subject to criminal prosecution.

(P) (C) 1979 Mfg. by Atlantic Recording Corporation, A Warner Communications Company
75 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, New York 10019

Printed in U.S.A.

For Wounded Bird CD reissue:

(P) 2006 Wounded Bird Records
P.O. Box 48
Guilderland, NY 12084

www.woundedbird.com

Manufactured by Rhino Entertainment Company.

Produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.

Compact Disc Digital Audio.

    Reviews »
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One of the essential records of the 70s.
Review written by Anonymous, November 28th, 2004

Original lyrics and unforgettable tunes make this one classic record. I do hope this is available on CD soon.

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Excellent
Review written by Chris Yip, August 29th, 2004

I purchased the LP since on its first issue, and all these years I wanted to get a CD Edition, but failed! The trouble is that I no longer use a LP-player, the songs of the album never faded from my memory! I hope that the album will be released in CD one day and my comments would be proved correct!

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Side two is the key to Flee
Review written by John Fitzgerald, August 29th, 2004

Many have dismissed this as "one of those religious Spencer records". I don't doubt that Jeremy was still very religious when he made this record but I think it was somewhat played down this time out as demonstrated on side one's best song, the remake of "When I looked to see the sunshine" (from the "Jeremy Spencer and the children" album) this time titled "Sunshine" you will notice the lyrics have been trimmed to good effect and this is far superior to the original recording, musically too. Surrounded by two rather embarrassing disco numbers, the opener "Deeper" and the lengthy, marginal improvement of "Love our way outta here', "Sunshine" has some fiery leads from Jeremy which will sound surprising to those familiar with his previous guitar stylings, and it must be him as there are no other guitarists listed on the record. Side two is a different story, more pop rock orientated and it's the way the whole album should have been. It kicks off with the impressive title track in it's haunting minor key followed by the smooth, catchy "Cool breeze". The rocker "You've got the right" oddly enough, has a rockabilly rumble that is reminiscent of something Billy Burnette would have done and Jeremy does a great job with it here. The best is saved for last, the single "Travellin'" should've been recognized more as it's a sweet, charming tune that I'm sure even those who didn't like Spencer before may change their mind after hearing this. I suppose this could apply to the whole album. Well, side 2 anyways

    Comments »

Billed as by "The Jeremy Spencer Band".

The liner notes also list "The Songbirds" for vocals but there is no indication as to who is included in "The Songbirds".

    Last Modified »
2010-10-05
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by Christy Valkman.