- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
The rock quartet Sugarloaf hailed from Denver and had their biggest hit with "Green-Eyed Lady", which reached #3 in 1970. Take a listen to their 1975 single "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" and you'll hear a snippet of The Beatles' "I Feel Fine" - this was one of the first songs to sample from another artist.
- 1.Green-Eyed Lady
- 2.Train Kept A-Rollin', The (Stroll On)
- 3.Bach Doors Man / Chest Fever
- 4.West Of Tomorrow
- 5.Gold And The Blues
- 6.Things Gonna Change Some
- 7.Spaceship Earth
- 8.Rusty Cloud
- 9.I Don't Need You Baby
- 10.Rollin' Hills
- 11.Mother Nature's Wine
- 12.Country Dawg
- 14.Music Box
- 15.Tongue In Cheek
- 16.Don't Call Us, We'll Call You (Bonus Track)
Contains 2 LPs on 1 CD: SUGARLOAF (1970)/SPACESHIP (1971).
Sugarloaf includes: Jerry Corbetta (vocals, keyboards); Bob Webber (guitar).
Liner Note Author: Mark Marymont.
Collectables' Sugarloaf/Spaceship Earth isn't a straight two-fer, since the label dropped tracks from each album in order to make them fit on one disc (nevertheless, they added "Don't Call Us, We'll Call You" as a bonus track). That will make the disc somewhat frustrating for collectors, but in its current incarnation, this disc functions as an extensive greatest hits, featuring all of Sugarloaf's charting singles with the exception of "Stars in My Eyes." Certainly, there's a lot of filler on here that will be of little interest to listeners who only want the hits, but there are several cuts that qualify as fun, enjoyable artifacts of early-'70s pop. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine