Laughing Cavalier

Laughing Cavalier
Album par Wallace Collection
Sortie 1969
Enregistrement Abbey Road Studios, Londres
Durée 44:17
Genre Rock, pop, rock progressif
Producteur David Mackay
Label EMI
Albums de Wallace Collection
Serenade
(1969)

Laughing Cavalier, sorti en 1969, est le premier album du groupe de rock belge Wallace Collection.

Sommaire

L'album

Tous les titres de l'album ont été composés par les membres du groupe.

Les musiciens

Sylvain Vanholmen : guitare, voix
Christian Janssens : basse
Freddy Nieuland : batterie, voix
Marc Hérouet : claviers
Raymond Vincent : violon
Jacques Namotte : violoncelle

Les titres

  1. Get That Girl - 2'41
  2. The Sea Disappeared - 2'33
  3. Get Back - 4'26
  4. Ragtime Lily - 2'37
  5. Natacha - 2'26
  6. Merry-Go-Round - 2'00
  7. What's Goin' On - 2'03
  8. Fly Me to the Earth - 2'52
  9. Peru - 4'53
  10. Poor Old Sammy - 3'35
  11. Baby I Don't Mind - 2'46
  12. Misery - 1'39
  13. Laughing Cavalier - 4'50
  14. Daydream - 4'53

Informations sur le contenu de l'album

  • Daydream est le single de l'album.
  • Le refrain de Daydream s'inspire du final du Lac des cygnes de Tchaïkovski.
  • Daydream a été repris par Claude François sous le titre Rêveries (1969).
  • Daydream a été repris par le Gunter Kallman Choir en 1970.
  • Daydream a été remixé en 2001 par I Monster sous le titre Daydream in Blue.
  • Daydream a été samplé par Lupe Fiasco en 2006 sous le titre Daydreamin'.
  • Daydream a été samplé par Al en 1997 sous le titre Les Lions vivent dans la Brousse'.

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