Someday Man

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Someday Man
Someday Man (Paul Williams album - cover art).jpg
Studio album by Paul Williams
Released 1970
Genre Pop
Length 27:59
Label Reprise
Producer Roger Nichols
Paul Williams chronology
Someday Man
(1970)
Just an Old Fashioned Love Song
(1971)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Someday Man is the debut studio album by Paul Williams, released in 1970. Notable songs from the album include "Someday Man", "Trust" and "To Put Up with You". The song "Someday Man", written by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols, was first released by The Monkees (and sung by Davy Jones) on their 1969 single "Listen to the Band / Someday Man". Chuck Kaye was credited for direction.

In 2018 the album was re-issued on vinyl by Ship To Shore Phono Co. The deluxe package included two bonus tracks plus new liner notes by Williams, Roger Nichols, and Richard Barone.

Track listing

All tracks composed by Paul Williams and Roger Nichols.

Side one

  1. "Someday Man"
  2. "So Many People"
  3. "She's Too Good to Me"
  4. "Mornin' I'll Be Movin' On"
  5. "Time"

Side two

  1. "Trust"
  2. "To Put Up with You"
  3. "Do You Really Have a Heart?" (arranged by Artie Butler)
  4. "I Know You"
  5. "Roan Pony"
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