Waterbeds in Trinidad!

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Waterbeds in Trinidad!
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Studio album by The Association
Released April 1972
Genre Pop, rock
Length 33.29
Label Columbia
Producer Lewis Merenstein
The Association chronology
Stop Your Motor
(1971)Stop Your Motor1971
Waterbeds in Trinidad!
(1972)
The Association 95: A Little Bit More
(1995)The Association 95: A Little Bit More1995

Waterbeds in Trinidad! is the seventh studio album (and ninth album overall by including a greatest hits and a live album) by The Association. This album was the group's only release for Columbia Records as well as their last recorded project of the 1970s. Released in 1972, it was the last album to feature original bassist Brian Cole, who died in August that year. One last recording with Cole, the non-album track "Names, Tags, Number, & Labels", was released as a single on the Mums label the following year.

Waterbeds in Trinidad! was their lowest charted album, climbing to only #194 on Billboard. Of the two singles released in conjunction with the album, their rendition of The Lovin' Spoonful's "Darling Be Home Soon" bubbled under the Billboard charts at number 104.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Track listing

Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length
1. "Silent Song Through the Land" Ray Davies Ramos 3:24
2. "Darling Be Home Soon" John Sebastian Yester 3:44
3. "Midnight Wind" Jules Alexander, Steve Carey Alexander 3:00
4. "Come the Fall" Terry Kirkman Kirkman 3:43
5. "Kicking the Gong Around" Alexander, Carey Alexander and Bluechel 3:30
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Lead vocals Length
1. "Rainbows Bent" Alexander, Carey Alexander and Ramos 2:28
2. "Snow Queen" Carole King, Gerry Goffin Yester and Ramos 3:20
3. "Indian Wells Woman" Del Ramos, Larry Hickman, Larry Ramos Ramos 3:26
4. "Please Don't Go ('Round the Bend)" Alexander Group 3:24
5. "Little Road and a Stone to Roll" John Stewart Cole 3:37

References

  1. ^ "Waterbeds in Trinidad! > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved June 15, 2011. 
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