Various Artists - Some of Our Best Friends Are (1968) Warner Bros. Seven Arts RecordsLabel: Warner Brothers Seven ArtsReleased: 1968Catalogue#: 290At the heighth of the sixties renaissance & before they did their famous 'loss leaders series' Warner Brothers & Seven Arts Records showcased some of their best talent from 1968 on this amazing DJ only sampler called SOME OF OUR BEST FRIENDS ARE. Fourteen intense tracks including a crucial cover of Nilsson's "1941". Unique cover drawing of hippies underfoot by the great R. Cobb. With a white Warner Bros. Seven Arts label on the disc signifying (& saying) it's a promo only. Liner notes by Stan Cornyn plus hilarious multiple choice questions on each artist. Disc is in VG condition with no skips, no warp. Cover is in very good+ shape with no bent corners, no seam splits, no disc imprints of note, no hand writing on cover or labels (see photos). Very small tape repair on upper/lower right corners. Includes original Reprise promotions inner sleeve with artists' photos & album covers. See photos. Numbered PRO 290.original 1968 DJ only releaseSOME OF OUR BEST FRIENDS ARESIDE 1A1 Kensington Market - I Would Be the One 2:33 A2 Joni Mitchell - Night in the City 2:26 A3 Eric Andersen - Avalanche 3:53 A4 The Collectors - What Is Love 3:48 A5 Tiny Tim - Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life 2:52 A6 David Blue - Ambitious Anna 3:53 A7 The Grateful Dead - Born Cross-Eyed 2:04 SIDE 2B1 Jimi Hendrix - If 6 Was 9 5:33 B2 Arlo Guthrie - The Motorcycle Song 2:45 B3 Randy Newman - I Think It's Going to Rain Today 2:55 B4 The Fugs - Crystal Liaison 3:34 B5 Electric Prunes - Kyrie Eleison 2:17 B6 Tom Northcott - 1941 2:29 B7 Van Dyke Parks - Donovan's Colours 3:38http://www3.zippyshare.com/v/45749181/file.html
I am very glad I was not in vain searching for this album. Glad you enjoyed it.
Can this be a re-up? Please!