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The Guess Who: Share the Land

Track List

>Bus Rider
>Do You Miss Me Darlin'
>Hand Me Down World
>Moan for You Joe
>Share the Land
>Hang on to Your Life
>Coming Down Off the Money Bag/Song of the Dog
>Three More Days
>Runnin' Down the Street (B-Side of Hand Me Down World)
>Hang on to Your Life [Single Mix] - (remix)
>Moan for You Joe [Take 3]

Album Notes

The Guess Who: Burton Cummings (vocals, guitar, flute, harmonica, piano, electric piano, organ); Kurt Winter (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano); Greg Leskiw (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Jim Kale (bass); Garry Peterson (glockenspiel, drums, congas, chimes).

Additional personnel: Jelly Roll Kirkpatrick (vocals).

Recorded at RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois in 1970. Originally released on RCA (4359). Includes liner notes by John Einarson and Burton Cummings.

Liner Note Authors: Jack Richardson; Ralph Chapman.

Recording information: RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois (03/11/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording, Center, Chicago, Illinois (03/11/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois (06/17/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording, Center, Chicago, Illinois (06/17/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois (07/06/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording, Center, Chicago, Illinois (07/06/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois (08/15/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording, Center, Chicago, Illinois (08/15/1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois (1970); RCA's Mid-America Recording, Center, Chicago, Illinois (1970).

Photographer: Nick Sangiamo.

The Guess Who's follow-up to their best-selling AMERICAN WOMAN, SHARE THE LAND features similarly poignant, catchy, and heartfelt hard rock. It's notable as their first album without founding member and chief songwriter Randy Bachman (later of Bachman-Turner Overdrive), but it nevertheless holds up to its illustrious predecessor. The sublime "Do You Miss Me Darlin'" contrasts effectively with the cocksure boldness of the title track, both enwrapped in that big, clear rock production of the early 70s. The 2000 reissue adds two demos featuring Bachman, placing the whole record in a new, fascinating context.



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