Barry McGuire This Precious Time / The World's Last Private Citizen
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- by Barry McGuire ~ Eve of Destruction ~ $8.67
- Released: September 22, 2009
- Label: Collector's Choice
- 1.This Precious Time
- 2.California Dreamin'
- 3.Let Me Be
- 4.Do You Believe in Magic
- 6.Hang On Sloopy
- 7.Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
- 8.Upon a Painted Ocean
- 9.Hide Your Love Away
- 10.I'd Have to Be Outta My Mind
- 11.Child of Our Times
- 12.Don't You Wonder Where It's At?
- 13.Top O' the Hill
- 14.Cloudy Summer Afternoon
- 15.Secret Saucer Man
- 16.There's Nothing Else on My Mind
- 17.Walkin' My Cat Named Dog
- 18.Masters of War
- 20.The Grasshopper Song
- 21.Why Not Stop and Dig It While You Can
- 22.Eve of Destruction
Barry McGuire's second album, THIS PRECIOUS TIME, actually has quite a bit of historical significance. After his mega-hit, "Eve of Destruction," McGuire was set to do a follow-up album, complete with some excellent P.F. Sloan songs. During the early sessions, the Mamas & the Papas had just come into town. Being old friends of McGuire's from the folkie days (Barry was the lead voice on "Green, Green," by the New Christy Minstrels), he invited the group to audition for producer Lou Adler. The rest is history, and this record is essentially the Mamas audition, as they sing backgrounds on virtually all of the record. Hits such as "Do You Believe in Magic," "Yesterday," and others work perfectly with McGuire's gravely lead voice and the Mamas & Papas sweet harmonies. McGuire even cut "California Dreamin'," and it's the exact same track as the famous Mamas version, sans Denny Doherty's lead vocal and Bud Shank's flute solo. If you're looking to find the real roots of the Mamas & the Papas, here it is.
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