The New Age of Atlantic

The New Age of Atlantic, released in 1972, was the third in a series of rock music samplers released by the Atlantic label in the UK.[1] The collection is notable for its inclusion of two tracks, those by Yes and Led Zeppelin, unavailable in the UK at the time.[2] It reached no. 25 on the UK album charts in 1972.[3]

The New Age of Atlantic
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Compilation album by
Various Artists
ReleasedNovember 3, 1972
GenreRock
Length45:19
LabelAtlantic K20024
ProducerVarious
Series chronology
The Age of Atlantic
(1970)
The New Age of Atlantic
(1972)

Track listingEdit

Side oneEdit

  1. Led Zeppelin: "Hey, Hey, What Can I Do" (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant) – 3:53 (from "Immigrant Song" US single B-side, cat. no. 2777, 1970)
  2. Loudon Wainwright III: "Motel Blues" (L. Wainwright) – 2:43 (from Album II, cat. no. K40272, 1971)
  3. Gordon Haskell: "Sitting by the Fire" (Haskell) – 3:41 (from It Is and It Isn't, cat. no. K40311, 1972)
  4. Dr. John: "Where Ya at Mule" (Mac Rebennack) – 4:55 (from The Sun, Moon & Herbs, cat. no. K40250, 1971)
  5. Buffalo Springfield: "Bluebird" (Stephen Stills) – 4:28 (from Buffalo Springfield Again, cat. no. K40014, 1967)
  6. Delaney, Bonnie & Friends: "Only You Know And I Know" (Dave Mason) – 3:24 (from D&B Together, cat. no. CBS KC 31377, 1972)

Side twoEdit

  1. Cactus: "Long Tall Sally" (Robert "Bumps" Blackwell, Enotris Johnson, Richard Penniman) – 3:03 (from One Way... or Another, cat. no. K12345, 1971)
  2. Jonathan Edwards: "Everybody Knows Her" (Edwards) – 1:53 (from Jonathan Edwards, cat. no. K40282, 1971)
  3. The J. Geils Band: "I Don't Need You No More" (Peter Wolf, Seth Justman) – 2:35 (from The Morning After, cat. no. K40293, 1971)
  4. John Prine: "Sam Stone" (Prine) – 4:14 (from John Prine cat. no. K40357, 1971)
  5. Yes: "America" (Paul Simon) – 10:30 (previously unreleased)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Gramophone magazine, Vol 49, 1972, pg 1955.
  2. ^ Billboard magazine, Vol 84, 1972, page 129.
  3. ^ Martin Roach (ed.), The Virgin Book of British Hit Albums, 2009, ISBN 978-0-7535-1700-0, p.335

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