|Interprète:||Rick Nelson With The Stone Canyon Band|
|Style:||Country Rock, Pop Rock|
|Catalogue #:||MCA 329|
|1||She Belongs To Me|
Written-By – Dylan
Written-By – Nelson
|32980||Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band||Garden Party (7", Single)||Decca||32980||US||1972|
|MCA-60157||Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band||Garden Party (7", RE)||MCA Records||MCA-60157||US||1972|
|MCA-1289||Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band||Garden Party (7", Single)||MCA Records||MCA-1289||Australia||1972|
|MCA-60157||Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band||Garden Party (7", RE)||MCA Records||MCA-60157||US||1980|
|PD.9848||Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band||Garden Party (7", Single)||MCA||PD.9848||South Africa||1972|
Garden Party was originally recorded by "Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band" though it is credited here to "Rick Nelson" only.
Side A: Intersong Music Ltd. ℗ 1972 MCA Records, Inc.
Side B: Warner Bros. Music Ltd. ℗ 1968 MCA Records, Inc.
Rick and the Stone Canyon Band perform on The Midnight Party is Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band's country rock album from 1972. All tracks composed by Rick Nelson except where indicated. Let It Bring You Along Stephen A. Love 4:12. Garden Party 3:45. So Long Mama 3:25. I Wanna Be With You Randy Meisner, Allen Kemp 2:15. Are You Really Real 3:25. Night Time Lady 3:50. Flower Opens Gently By 3:08. Don't Let Your Goodbye Stand Richard Stekol 3:17. Rick Nelson's Garden Party rocks a lot harder than the title track would lead one to believe, and is also as much of a showcase for the Stone Canyon Band as it is for Nelson. Allen Kemp's lead guitar crunches and grinds its notes on the opening track, the edgy Let It Bring You Along, before we hear the familiar, laid-back, country-rock strains of Garden Party. The jaunty So Long Mama follows, dominated by Nelson's rhythm guitar and showcasing Tom Brumley's pedal steel guitar, and then Kemp and the rhythm section of Stephen A. Love bass. Rick Nelson - Garden Party 1972. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Rock Rock 'n' Roll Soft Rock. Rick Nelson. Ricky Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band. Songs in album Rick Nelson - Garden Party 1972. Rick Nelson - Let It Bring You Along. Rick Nelson - Garden Party. Rick Nelson - So Long Mama. Rick Nelson - I Wanna Be With You. Garden Party is a 1972 hit song for Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band from the album Garden Party. The song tells the story of Nelson being booed off the stage at Madison Square Garden on 15 October 1971, seemingly because he was playing his newer, country-tinged music instead of the 1950s-era rock that he had been successful with earlier, and his realization that you can't please everyone, so you've got to please yourself. View wiki. Garden Party. Written-By Rick Nelson. Say what you will about Rick Nelson, the album jacket for Garden Party is nothing short of stunning, with Rick looking more handsome than ever before in an embroidered velvet jacket, holding the neck of his rather heavy Les Paul Gibson in both hands. Garden Party, a song of redemption and peace wasnt the first self reflective number Nelson ever recorded, there was the equally haunting number Teen Idol, from back when. Artist: Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band. Album: Legacy, 2000. Rick and the Stone Canyon Band perform on The Midnight Special. Has been played on. United States 168. I have read and agree with the Terms & Privacy. Login with. Album: Garden Party 1972. Charted: 41 6. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Marie, OnI love the material Rick Nelson did with the Stone Canyon Band. Rudy the Fifth is one of my favourite albums and his cover of Love Minus Zero No Limit is superb. I've heard that the last song he sang on stage prior to him taking the flight that killed him was a Buddy Holly tune. He was kind enough to remember our band, the Jesters, when we performed on the same show in Ft Lauderdale in 1959. His loss was a truly sad one for me. Randy Meisner was his bass player at the time. This is Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band, playing rock, often with big country overtones, and it's as close as Rick came to making music that could be regarded as creative art. On this CD reissue you get both Garden Party and Windfall on one disc, I think it's the first time Windfall has been released on CD in the US, which is reason enough to buy the album, so it's chock full of music at a fair price. Since you're probably familiar with the laid-back country of Garden Party, you may be surprised that the rest of the album rocks considerably harder that t