Play Me (album)

Play Me
Harry Belafonte
Released 1973
Recorded RCA Studios B and C, New York City
Genre Pop
Label RCA Records
Producer Jack Pleis
Harry Belafonte chronology

Belafonte...Live!
(1972)
Play Me
(1973)
Belafonte Concert in Japan
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Play Me is an album by Harry Belafonte, released in 1973. It would be his final studio album for RCA Records and his last studio album until 1977's Turn the World Around.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Play Me" (Neil Diamond) – 4:07
  2. "And I Love You So" (Don McLean, Marvin Hamlisch) – 4:37
  3. "Mr. Wiffen" – 3:30
  4. "If Only It Were Yesterday" (Sklerov) – 4:38
  5. "So Close" (Jake Holmes) – 4:09
  6. "Empty Chairs" (McLean) – 5:17
  7. "Morningside" (Diamond) – 4:11
  8. "My Old Man" (Jerry Jeff Walker) – 4:31
  9. "One Step" (Dunham) – 3:40
  10. "Long Long Time" – 5:13

Personnel

Production notes:

  • Jack Pleis – producer
  • John Cartwright – associate producer, musical director
  • Robert Freedman – arrangements
  • Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson – arrangements
  • Ed Begley – engineer
  • Jim Crotty – engineer
  • Mae Cann – cover art

References

External links

  • Belafonte and Friends discography site.
  • Belafonte Tracks discography site.
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