This album marks the first ever appearance of KISS’s Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley on a major release as they lend their background vocals on the tracks “Celebrate II” and “Wedding”. Another KISS member, drummer, Peter Criss, also lent a hand in the form of hand claps on “Celebrate II”.
The Lyn Christopher album also showcases the single, “Take Me With You,” a track which has seen a resurgence celebrated in a sample on LL Cool J and 50 Cent’s 2008 single, “Feel My Heartbeat”. “Take Me With You” was also recently sampled in 2013’s “Favorite Rap Stars” by Mobb Deep’s Havoc, featuring Raekwon and Styles P.
Lyn Christopher fans, KISS fans, LL Cool J and 50 Cent fans, as well as fans of Havoc, can download the full Lyn Christopher debut everywhere today.
01 She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina (3:34) Saint-Marie
02 I Don’t Want To Hear It Anymore (4:05) Newman
03 Canta Libre (4:05) Diamond
04 Weddin’ (3:04) Dahlstrom/Leff
05 Celebrate I (1:48) Bonner/Gordon
06 Celebrate II (2:00) Bonner/Gordon
07 All My Choices (3:05) Michlin/Stroll
08 Is Everybody Happy? (3:23) Arnold/Martin/Morrow
09 Unrequired (2:45) Kooper
10 Take Me With You (3:09) Kaye
11 Billy Come Down (3:43) Cook/Greenaway/Brown
musicians (selective list) :
Lyn Christopher (lead vocals)
Paul Stanley (background vocals on track 04, 05 and 06)
Gene Simmons (background vocals on track 04, 05 and 06)
Peter Criss (uncredited handclaps on track 05 and 06)
Alan Schwartzberg (drums on track 04)
Tony Braunagal (drums percussion)
Hugh McCracken (guitars on track 4)
Terry Wilson (guitars, bass)
Kirk Hamilton (bass on track 04)
Bruce Rebillot (piano on track 04)
Produced By Ron Johnson at the Electric Lady Studios NYC in 1972.
Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley background vocals on ; “Weddin’ “, “Celebrate I” and “Celebrate II” (while they are still in WICKED LESTER).
Peter Criss is hired by Ron Johnson to do handclaps on “Celebrate”.
During the recordings Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley didn’t met Peter Criss, so they (still) did not know each other prior to forming KISS.
zip by Arthur
Lyn Christopher – Lyn Christopher 1973
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