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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 5, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Collectables
  • ASIN: B00000092J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,568 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Arizona
2. Something
3. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
4. Love's Been Good To Me
5. Small Town Woman
6. First Hymn From Grand Terrace
7. Miss America
8. The Name Of My Sorrow
9. Leaving On A Jet Plane
10. I'll Never Fall In Love Again
11. Man From Houston
12. Silver Bird
13. We've Only Just Begun
14. So Hard To Leave You
15. Bookends
16. And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind
17. Medley: The Long And Winding Road/Yesterday
18. Funny How Little Men Care
19. Come Saturday Morning
20. Feel The Warm
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Both chart-making albums from the ex-Paul Revere & the Raiders singer! And between 'em the two included the hits Arizona; Miss America; First Hymn from Grand Terrace; And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind , and Silverbird -two of our most-requested albums from one of our most-requested artists!

Customer Reviews

Highly recommended to all that enjoy his kind of music.
P. Donahy
Several of Mark's tunes on this compilation are toned down and very mellow but I believe his talent is still as remarkable as it was with The Raiders.
My Opinion
I am so glad to have found this album on CD and I can't wait to get it and listen again.
Christine S. Lok

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Alejandra Vernon HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 19, 2001
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I've only had one "celebrity crush" in my life, and Mark Lindsay was it, so this "2 LPs on 1 CD" is a sentimental journey back in time.
Though this is pure 70's "pop" and sounds dated by today's standards, it's a smooth and lovely CD...perhaps music of this era needs another 20 years to go by to be fully appreciated, when singers like Mark and other fine musicians like The Carpenters will be thought of as "vintage" rather than "dated".
Mark has a warm and sensitive style, and a wonderful sound..."Arizona" was the biggest hit for him on this collection, but he shines in songs that were popular 30 years ago like "Something", "Sunday Morning Comin' Down", and many more.
A rare and beautiful soul who is so giving to his fans, hearing Mark's voice brings back memories of how incredibly kind he was to a very shy fan (me)...meeting him was truly a highlight of my life.
The little booklet insert has a brief history of Paul Revere & the Raiders, and Mark's early solo career...for fans who want more, check out marklindsay.com, his informative and very up-to-date website.
GOD BLESS MARK, MAY HE LIVE LONG AND PROSPER !
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By edithanne@hotmail.com on July 20, 1999
Format: Audio CD
The music in this CD takes me way back, Mark Lindsay was my constant companion, (through the headphones and in my dreams!) for some shy and awkward but also wonderful years! I loved and knew every word to all of the Raider songs, got to see him live one magical night in 1968, and followed his career after he went solo. This very gifted and talented man wrote and sang about things we all felt, and made a connection through his music that I still feel! He had the gift of belting out smoky-voiced rock and roll, or almost whispering a lullaby, always with such wonderful emotion! This CD will remind you of all those great old times, and you'll enjoy hearing those feelings again! And Mark, if you're out there, I still love you - thank you so much!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Larry J. Goffinet on March 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately many wrote Mark Lindsay off as simply a teen idol, but he is one of the most talented men in rock history - a great composer, arranger and producer and also possessing probably the second most versatile voice (behind Elvis) of the rock era. That voice is in fine form on these recordings. "Arizona" and "Silverbird" are his best known solo songs, but his great rendition of Neil Diamond's "And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind" as well as lesser known songs such as "Miss America" and "Man from Houston" make this a must-have CD for anyone who appreciates a great rock ballad.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 5, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I first discovered the music of Mark Lindsay in 1970-71. I just left college and was living in a little town with a beautiful lake and just met the girl of my dream(who is now my wife of 26 years) I used to love waking up on a sunday morning listening to Sunday Morning Coming Down. Thought and still think it is one of the most beautiful song ever recorded, Mark Lindsay did a wonderful job to this Kris Kristopherson song. My other favourites are Small Town Woman, And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind, Miss America, Silver Bird...and so many more. Along the way in the last 20 years, with relocation, kids growing up and all that, I lost all my Mark Lindsay records and audio cassettes. And I have been looking for them ever since, I have looked everywhere,record stores in London, LA/Cleveland/Fayetteville/Dallas/San Fransisco, Hongkong, Taipei, Manila, old records stores, Tower/Virgin Records...on and on. This is such a great surprise and I must thank my local radio DJ for telling me to look Amazon.com. To Mark Lindsay, make a come back !!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By My Opinion on October 3, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In 1970-71; Mark Lindsay worked some solo magic while he was still with the band, Paul Revere And The Raiders, and had us all listening and singing to the Top 10 Smash, Arizona, and his Top 30 followup, Silverbird, and both are on this CD. Three others on this Disc are the Ballads, Come Saturday Morning, We've Only Just Begun, and the George Harrison Penned, Something. His beautiful Medley of the Lennon / McCartney Penned, The Long And Winding Road / Yesterday, is another highlight to this wonderful Disc. Mark blends those two songs in perfectly with his voice....Outstanding !

Besides the popular, Arizona, and, Silverbird, there are also two more Radio Friendly songs here that several of you will remember and I think both were severely underrated and should have done much better on the charts than they did and they are, And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind, and, Miss America. This is what I think about those two.......... Marks voice is stunning on the beautiful Neil Diamond Penned, And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind, and that song only reached the Top 50. Mark also gives another stellar vocal performance on, Miss America, and that one also only made the Top 50 and that song is so beautiful it is breathtaking. Turn the volume up and listen in awe ! The Top 50 nor does this review do justice to how beautiful those two Ballads are. That's the great thing about owning this CD though because you can listen to these four classics plus the other seventeen any time you want too. Several of Mark's tunes on this compilation are toned down and very mellow but I believe his talent is still as remarkable as it was with The Raiders. You and I both know that these twenty one songs are Oldies.....but they are definitely Goodies!.....Highly Recommended !

Final Note: It has been thirty six years ( 1969 ) since I seen Mark And The Raiders in Concert ! What a night ! It was great !
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