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Bombs Away Dream Babies - John Stewart


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Bombs Away Dream Babies (1979) - John Stewart


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John Stewart

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GoldLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:26
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 5 Peak Dates: Aug 4, 1979 Weeks On Charts: 18
Lost Her In The SunLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:51
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 34 Peak Dates: Feb 9, 1980 Weeks On Charts: 13
Runaway Fool Of LoveLyrics available
  Running Time: 2:32
Somewhere Down The Line
  Running Time: 2:52
Midnight WindLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:30
  Comments: Chart: Billboard US Hot 100 Singles Peak Position: 28 Peak Dates: Oct 20, 1979 & Oct 27, 1979 Weeks On Charts: 12
Over The HillLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:13
The Spinnin' Of The WorldLyrics available
  Running Time: 1:42
Comin' Out Of Nowhere
  Running Time: 2:03
Heart Of The Dream
  Running Time: 3:21
Hand Your Heart To The Wind
  Running Time: 3:56
    Guest Appearances »

Croxey Adams, Michael/Mike Botts, Lindsey Buckingham, Joey Carbone, Christine DeLisle, Brian/Bryan Garo(falo), Catherine/Katherine Guard, (Donald) Dave (David) Guard, Joey Harris, Wayne Hunt, David (P.) Jackson, Russ(ell) Kunkel, Stevie Nicks, Mary Kay Place, Richard/Rick Shlosser, Buffy Ford Stewart, Deborah Tompkins, Mary Torrey/Torrey-DeVito, Gary Weisberg, Chris Whelan

    Released »

1979

    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
John Stewart (Songwriter), Herbert Wheeler Worthington, III (Photography), Rich Fitzgerald (Executive Producer), Seth Terry (Layout), Jack Upston (Logo Design), Brian/Bryan Garo(falo) (Production Assistance), John Stewart (Produced By), Eddie Ashworth (Mixed By), Jim Hilton (Mixed By), John Stewart (Mixed By), Lindsey Buckingham (Producer At Large), Riley Kathryn (Album Coordination), Athena Anist (Agency), Herbert Wheeler Worthington, III (Album Design), (Donald) Dave (David) Guard (Album Title Stolen From), Murray Brenman (CD Packaging), Steve Hoffman (CD Mastered By), David Gertz (Filmways/Heider Recording Engineer), Lenise Bent (Village Recorder Engineer), Carla/Karla Frederick/Fredricks (Village Recorder Engineer), Barbara Isaak/Isaac (Village Recorder Engineer), Wayne Neuendorf (Village Recorder Engineer), Don Gooch (Larrabee Sound Engineer), Jim Hilton (Larrabee Sound Engineer), Eddie Ashworth (Larrabee Sound Assistant Engineer), Linda Corbin (Larrabee Sound Assistant Engineer)

    Record Label »
RSO/Razor & Tie

    Catalogue Number »

13051/RE 2034

    Running Time »

32:30

    Liner Notes »

For original issue:

Recorded At: Filmways/Heider Recording, Hollywood, CA, The Village Recorder, West Los Angeles, CA & Larrabee Sound, Los Angeles, CA.

Mixed at Larrabee Sound.

Special Thanks: Lloyd M. Segal

Mastered at Kendun Recorders, Burbank, CA

Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks appear courtesy of Warner Bros. Records.

Thanks to Dave Guard and Michael Stewart for being there; Marvin Snyder for keeping the wolves away; Jim and Eddie for the midnight hours; Karla for not letting on she knew; Jay Levy; Larimee Ward; Bob Zievers and Fred Whalicki at Westwood Music for guitars and constant support; The Hanson Brothers Cartage Company; Guild Guitars for the specialized twelve-string guitar made for this album; and Leeds Musical Instrument Rentals.

Special Thanks to Stevie Nicks for her magic and the use of her wall. Lindsey Buckingham for the endless hours, hot licks and encouragement; Herbert Worthington for diving in head first; Russ Kunkel (who was that guy anyway?); Buffy, the shelter from the storm; and Elvis, Dave and Lindsey for opening the door.

This album is dedicated to Stan Goldstein.

For CD reissue:

For a free catalog or to order by mail, write to:
Razor & Tie Music, L.P.
P.O. Box 585
Cooper Station, New York, NY 10276

Let us know what albums you'd like Razor & Tie to reissue on CD.

Also available from Razor & Tie
AL STEWART: 24 Carrots
THE KNACK: But The Little Girls Understand
RICK SPRINGFIELD: Comic Book Heroes
IAN HUNTER: You're Never Alone With A Schizophrenic
DONNIE IRIS: Back On The Streets
MICHAEL STANLEY BAND: Right Back At Ya (1971-1983)
GARY U.S. BONDS: Dedication
THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY: The Partridge Family Album
BOBBY WOMACK: Lookin' For A Love: The Best of Bobby Womack (1968-1975)
TINA TURNER: Acid Queen

(C) (P) 1979 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Manufactured by PolyGram Special Markets, a division of PolyGram Group Distribution, Inc.
825 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10019

All rights reserved. Unauthorized Copying, Reproduction, Hiring, Lending, Public Performance and Broadcasting Prohibited.

Printed in U.S.A.

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"Come on down!"
Review written by Jon the Moonspinner, February 16th, 2010

Swirling, softly churning California rock, epitomizing the sand and surf and freeways of Newport and Laguna. Baked with a hot summer wind called Miranda while calling up bracing memories of sugar kisses and bubblegum. Recalling vans packed full of sunburned teenagers, the sweet aroma of weed and incense in the air. Lindsey and Stevie taking John's carfeul music to unheard-of dizzy-highs, as we pulled into the first driveway and realized it was all a high school dream

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More Than I Bargained For
Review written by Bryce Lambley, September 7th, 2004

'Bombs Away' was released during my senior year in high school (79-80), and though I was still more into buying singles than albums at that time, I picked up the album cheap because it had one of those "cutouts" on the cover. I've never had such a bargain since.

While lured to the album by 'Gold' (as a Fleetwood Mac fanatic, I recognized Lindsey and Stevie on there long before reading the credits), what I found I bought was a perfect soundtrack to the things that were my essence back in my heydays.

As a fervent long distance runner, I found inspiration in several Stewart songs. "Sucking wind, I'm slipping down the backroad once again, and I'm on the run...over the hill" was a perfect soundtrack for my cross country and track days. The same could be said for my liking the underdog role in big races, represented by 'Coming out of nowhere on the run.'

Also frustrated by my poor timing with the ladies, Stewart had the answers there as well, with "Spinning of the world" and "Lost her in the sun." Lindsey's harmonizing in many of these songs takes them to an even higher level and makes one now wish there'd been much more collaboration between he and Stewart. Their work on 'Heart of the Dream' just blows my mind away to this day, and is a pick-me-up when things are down.

'Gold' and 'Midnight Wind' have that Fleetwood Mac feel to 'em and also of the siren song that I feel California represents to some. And many of the other songs feature the guitar work that we know and recognize as LB's although it seems now that LB and JS were kindred spirits.

It's weird now that I find this site, and this opportunity to review this album. Just a couple months ago I was out bowhunting, sitting in a tree stand doing some reminiscing, and decided to make a list of those albums that were good all the way through. A lot of albums have some great songs, but few are solid top to bottom. Though I have in excess of 300 albums, my list was only 7-8 albums long, but Bombs Away Dream Babies was on it, and should be mandatory in any Fleetwood Mac fan's audio library. You won't be disappointed, no matter how difficult it is to find. I really feel it is a masterpiece.

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Reissued on CD by Razor & Tie in 1994.

    Last Modified »
2010-08-11