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Lotti Golden - Motor-Cycle FLAC album


Performer: Lotti Golden
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music / Blues
Title: Motor-Cycle
Country: US
Released: 1969
Style: Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Soul
FLAC version ZIP size: 1999 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1992 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1191 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 331
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Lotti Golden (born November 27, 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, record producer, poet and artist. Golden is best known for her 1969 debut album, Motor-Cycle on Atlantic Records. Winner of the ASCAP Pop Award for songwriting and RIAA certified Gold and Platinum awards as a writer/producer, Golden has written and produced Top 5 hits in the US and abroad

Motor-Cycle" is Lotti Golden's debut LP, released on Atlantic Records in 1969. The album is a coming of age story drawing on Golden's experiences living in New York's East Village during the late '60's counterculture. With impeccably arranged tracks by Atlantic’s key session players, the album is basically rock with infusions of jazz, soul and R&B. Golden uses the girl-group sound and the Motown influenced melodies of her youth to tell her story, which is steeped in rich poetry

Lotti Golden will have a reissue of her 1969 single, "Sock It to Me, Baby/It's Your Thing," with the B-Side, an original song that wasn't on the LP. It sports new cover art and remastering, released with the original Atlantic logo. Motor-Cycle" is Lotti Golden's debut LP, released on Atlantic Records in 1969. Golden uses the girl-group sound and the Motown influenced melodies of her youth to tell her story, which is steeped in rich poetry.

Golden gets help on Motor-Cycle from an impeccably arranged Atlantic Records session band. They give the album a wall-of-sound heft when called for and lay the foundation, in the midst of all that brass, with a flawless, swinging rhythm team. Then, at key moments, the curtain goes up and they’ve got rows of saxes, trumpets, vibes, and churchfuckingbells behind them, and you begin to realize that this is not the same song and dance. Motor-Cycle is exactly the sort of hazy deviant party you always hoped the late-’60s was. It plays out roughly like this: Lotti’s got a thing for this kid Michael, who lets me ride his motorcycle. But Michael’s truth machine was starting to breakdown, so she heads to Fay’s, the meet-up spot for her coterie of malcontents.

Motor-Cycle is the debut album by singer-songwriter Lotti Golden released on Atlantic Records in 1969. Motor-Cycle describes the underground world of the late 60's counterculture, down to the last seconal capsule. Motor-cycle Michael". A Lot Like Lucifer (Celia Said Long Time Loser)".

Album · 1969 · 9 Songs. Motor-Cycle Lotti Golden. Listen on Apple Music.

LOTTI GOLDEN Motor-Cycle + Bonus. Psych soul female vocal (us). Lotti Golden's epic opus, Motor-Cycle. The LP was released on Alantic Records, 1969. Likely the first concept album released by a female recording artist. Lotti Golden is an underground rock icon of the late 1960’s. Her debut LP "Motor-Cycle" (1969) on Atlantic Records is a classic, ahead of its time. The lyrics are driven by a Kerouac inspired sensibility. Golden’s story of her life in New York’s East Village unfolds, and we are introduced to an amazing cast of characters- from sordid to inspirational.

Tracklist

A1 Motor-cycle Michael 8:14
A2 Gonna Fay's 8:31
A3 A Lot Like Lucifer (Celia Said Long Time Loser) 6:32
B1 The Space Queens (Silky Is Sad) 7:21
B2 Who Are Your Friends 5:52
B3 Get Together (With Yourself) 5:38
B4 You Can Find Him 5:13

Credits

  • Producer – Bob Crewe

Notes

Special Advance Copy
Sample Copy - Not For Sale

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD 8223 Lotti Golden Motor-Cycle ‎(LP, Album, Mon) Atlantic SD 8223 US 1969
OM 71010 Lotti Golden Motor-Cycle ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) O-Music OM 71010 Germany 2010
SD 8223 Lotti Golden Motor-Cycle ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic SD 8223 Canada 1969
SD 8223 Lotti Golden Motor-Cycle ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo) Atlantic SD 8223 US 1969
SD 8223 Lotti Golden Motor-Cycle ‎(LP, Album, CTH) Atlantic SD 8223 US 1969