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  • Interprète: The Dells
  • Titre: The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together
  • Ver. en format MP3: 1184 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 2489 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: 1968
  • Style: Soul
  • # Catalogue: LPS-822
  • Label: Cadet
  • Classement: 4.3 of 5
  • Genre: Funk, Soul
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Tracklist

1I Want My Momma
Written-By – Bobby Miller
2:29
2Hallelujah Baby
Written-By – Bobby Miller
2:48
3Does Anybody Know I'm Here
Written-By – Bobby Miller
3:15
4 Breakfast
5 Dinner
6Agatha Van Thurgood
Written-By – Bobby Miller, Sidney Barnes
2:40
7Hallways Of My Mind
Written-By – Bobby Miller
3:05
8Good-bye Mary Ann
Written By – Marijohn Wilkin, WilsonWritten-By – Fred Burch
2:19
9Believe Me
Written-By – Bobby Miller
2:58
10Make Sure (You Have Someone Who Loves You)
Written-By – Bobby Miller
2:34
11 Lunch
12Always Together
Written-By – Bobby Miller
3:04
13 Cocktails
14I Can't Do Enough
Written-By – Bobby Miller
3:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LPS-822The Dells The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together ‎(LP, Album, Mon)CadetLPS-822US1968
35-822The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together ‎(Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)Cadet35-822US1968
PLP-6066 / 6067The Dells The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, Gat)ChessPLP-6066 / 6067Japan1985
CAS 822The Dells The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together ‎(LP, Album, Gat)CadetCAS 822Canada1968
LPS-822, LPS-822 DJThe Dells The Dells Musical Menu / Always Together ‎(LP, Album, Promo, Gat)Cadet, CadetLPS-822, LPS-822 DJUS1968

Crédits

  • Arranged By, ConductorCharles Stepney
  • DesignJerry Griffith
  • EngineerMalcolm Chisholm, Reice Hamel, Ron Malo
  • Photography ByRay Klein
  • Producer, CoverBobby Miller

Notes

Recorded at Tel Mar Studios, Chicago, November, 1968

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (side A runout etched): WR4S-2514-1A LPS-822 #17519 S-1
  • Matrix / Runout (side B runout etched): WR4S-2515-1A LPS-822 #17520 S-2
  • Rights Society: BMI

Entreprises

  • Record Company – Cadet Records
  • Manufactured By – Chess Producing Corp.
  • Recorded At – Ter Mar Studios
  • Mastered At – RCA Victor Custom Record Division

Vidéo

Album

Always Together' opened the album with a typical Dells ballad - the song was actually one of the better efforts with a beautiful Marvin Junior lead vocal and even better group harmony vocals. Very effective. rating: stars - Showcasing an up tempo number with a clever lyrics, 'Hallways of My Mind' was a bit of a change in direction for the group. Musical Menu track listing: side 1 1. Always Together Bobby Miller - 3:04 2. Hallways of My Mind Bobby Miller - 3:05 3. Believe Me Bobby Miller - 2:58 4. I Want My Momma Bobby Miller - 2:29 5. Agatha Van Thurgood Bobby Miller - Barnes - 2:40. Listen free to The Dells Always Together: The Dells Musical Menu Always Together, Hallways of My Mind and more. 10 tracks 28:44. Do you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. The Dells were an American doo-wop group. Formed in high school in 1952 in Harvey, Illinois by founding members Marvin Junior, Verne Allison, Johnny Funches, Chuck Barksdale, and Mickey and read more. Always Together: The Dells Musical Menu. The Dells. Released 1968. Always Together: The Dells Musical Menu Tracklist. Always Together Lyrics. This is a Japanese double LP covering the 1968-1974 period. It includes Always Together, You Don't Care, I Hear Voices, I'm in Love, Strung Out over You, etc. Features Song Lyrics for The Dells's Always Together: The Dells Musical Menu album. I Can't Do Enough Lyrics. The Dells Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. Tracklist: 1. Always Together, 2. Hallways Of My Mind, 3. Believe Me, 4. I Want My Momma, 5. Agatha Van Thurgood, 6. Hallelujah Baby, 7. Good-bye Mary Ann, 8. Does Anybody Know Im Here, 9. Make Sure You Have Someone Who Loves You, 10. I Cant Do Enough. Dells Welcome, The Love We Had. Say That Youll Stay. You Were My 911. Listen full album. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Album by The Dells. Always Together. was sampled in. Soul Rising by Blu and Exile 2007. So Gone by John Legend 2013. The Hardest Love Song in the World by Yelawolf 2011. see 6 more connections. Hallways of My Mind. Believe Me. I Want My Momma. Agatha Van Thurgood. Hallelujah Baby. Good-Bye Mary Ann. Does Anybody Know I'm Here. Make Sure You Have Someone Who Loves You. I Can't Do Enough. search for The Dells , Always Together - The Dells Musical Menu. The Dells Musical MenuAlways Together. Does Anybody Know I'm Here bw Make Sure You Have Someone Who Loves You. Hallways Of My Mind . I Wish It Was Me You Loved bw Two Together Is Better Than One Non-album track. The Dells VS. The Dramatics. Learning To Love You Was Easy It's So Hard Trying To Get Over You . The Mighty Mighty Dells

Commentaires (1)

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You wouldn't buy a Dells album to hear something cutting edge (or if you did you were liable to be in for a major disappointment). Instead, you bought a Dells album to hear a Marvin Junior's instantly recognizable voice on a ballad heavy collection of old school soul. With that said, 1969's "Musical Menu" captured the quartet at their prime. Produced by Bobby Miller, who also wrote most of the material (and came up with the hideous cover art showing the group pouring out of salt and pepper shakers on to someone's breakfast - you had to see the LP cover to get the fill impact), this was a prime Dells album, though coming on the heels of their breakthrough "There Is", pop audiences seemed to have missed it. What makes this one stand apart from most Dells releases is the set's surprisingly diversity. True, there were more than enough heavy handed ballads ('Always Together', 'Agatha Van Thurgood' and 'Does Anybody Know I'm Here'), but this time around Miller and Stepney broadened their aperture, allowing the group to recorded several up tempo numbers and even one track that was borderline funky ('I Want My Momma').

- 'Always Together' opened the album with a typical Dells ballad - the song was actually one of the better efforts with a beautiful Marvin Junior lead vocal and even better group harmony vocals. Very effective. rating: **** stars
- Showcasing an up tempo number with a clever lyrics, 'Hallways of My Mind' was a bit of a change in direction for the group. Just my opinion, but I'd argue the song would have been better with a stripped down arrangement, but given the great melody and the pounding rhythms it was still very commercial. Cadet clearly thought so, releasing it as a single. rating: *** stars
- With swooning harmony vocals, 'Believe Me' started out sounding like a Fifth Dimension throwaway, but once Junior's vocals kicked in the song was transformed into a pounding soul number. Again, Stepney's arrangements were heavy handed and the chorus was too MOR, but Junior saved this one all by himself. rating: **** stars
- Yeah the title was somewhat disconcerting, but 'I Want My Momma' opened up with some nice bass work that sounded like it might be going the Norman Whitfield psych-soul direction. Didn't happen. Instead the song morphed into an all-too-cute homage to moms, but managed to then turn into one of the funkiest things The Dells ever recorded/. Hum, don't think of The Dells and funk very often. Charley Stepney's cluttered arrangement didn't help this one. rating: ** stars
- I remember wondering why The Dells would be singing a composition with a title like 'Agatha Van Thurgood'. Based on the title it certainly didn't seem like the type of stuff their fan base was likely to get off on. I'm still not entirely sure why it was recorded, but seemingly written as an homage to a has-been starlet, this one sounded like a Richard Harris outcast (remember the British actor who recorded some of the most overblown, pompous pop ever heard - 'McArthur Park'). With Johnny Carter (?) handling lead vocals, this was one strange, up tempo MOR track that probably didn't appeal to either soul or pop fans, but was sooooo weird it was actually worth hearing. rating: **** stars
- An easy-going, breezy call and response number, with another nice Junior lead vocal, 'Hallelujah Baby' was actually a bit bluesier than your typical Dells number. Nice sax break. rating: *** stars
- With a distinctive '50s feel, 'Goodbye Mary Ann' harkened back to the group's roots. Strange, but for some reason to my ears this one actually sounded like a classic Ray Charles number. Not sure why I like this one so much, though it had a killer chorus/hook. rating: *** stars
- Big ballads are what The Dells are known for and that penchant tends to kill many of their albums, reducing them to sound-alike slices of vinyl. 'Does Anybody Know I'm Here' was another stereotypical ballad, but given how diverse the rest of the album was, this one actually stood out. Carter and Junior shared lead vocals with Verne Allison adding some nice harmony vocals. Very pretty song. rating: *** stars
- It got better as it went along, but the mid-tempo ballad 'Make Sure (You Have Someone Who Love You)' simply ran out of time before it could make a real impression one way or the other. rating: ** stars
- 'I Can't Do Enough' ended the album with the first real disappointment; namely a bland, heavily orchestrated '50s tinged ballad. Carter and Junior traded verses, but this one just never kicked into gear. rating: ** stars

As mentioned, the album spun off a single in the form of:

- 1969's 'Hallways of My Mind' b/w 'I Can't Do Enough' (Cadet catalog number 5636) A side # 82 pop; # 44 R&B; B side # 98 pop, # 20 R&B

Song for song one of their better releases, the album was a top-ten R&B hit, but on the pop charts it stalled out at # 146 (their prior release having hit # 29 pop).

"Musical Menu" track listing:
(side 1)
1.) Always Together (Bobby Miller) - 3:04
2.) Hallways of My Mind (Bobby Miller) - 3:05
3.) Believe Me (Bobby Miller) - 2:58
4.) I Want My Momma (Bobby Miller) - 2:29
5.) Agatha Van Thurgood (Bobby Miller - Barnes) - 2:40

(side 2)
1.) Hallelujah Baby (Bobby Miller) - 2:48
2.) Goodbye Mary Ann (Wilkins - Burch - Wilson) - 2:19
3.) Does Anybody Know I'm Here (Bobby Miller) - 3:15
4.) Make Sure (You Have Someone Who Love You) (Bobby Miller) - 2:34
5.) I Can't Do Enough (Bobby Miller) - 3:30

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