Producer, Vocals, Written-By – Dennis Linde. Recorded By, Mixed By – Chip Young. Written-By – A. Rush (tracks: A3), Billy Swan (tracks: B1), B. Ogdin (tracks: A3), R. Cullers (tracks: A3), R. Galbraith (tracks: A3). Notes. Radio Station Copy Contains a lyric sheet. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. 52013 Y. Dennis Linde. Trapped In The Suburbs (LP, Album).
Dennis Linde (pronounced LIN-dy, March 18, 1943 – December 22, 2006) was an American music songwriter based in Nashville who has had over 250 of his songs recorded. Rarely working with co-writers, he wrote both words and music for most of his songs. Alexander was a fellow songwriter at Combine at the time; his album contained three other Linde compositions. Soon after Alexander's, Elvis Presley released a version which eclipsed it quickly- Presley's making the top ten on both sides of the Atlantic and scarcely missed becoming No. 1 in the . He then recorded "Trapped in the Suburbs " on Asylum records in 1974.
Linde had already issued a solo album, Linde Manor, on the Mercury subsidiary Intrepid in 1970, and parlayed his success as a songwriter into a new deal with Elektra (Dennis Linde, 1973) and then Asylum (Trapped in the Suburbs, 1974), though his most critically acclaimed release was Under the Eye for Monument (1977)
Dennis Linde (pronounced LIN-dy, March 18, 1943 – December 22, 2006) was an American music songwriter based in Nashville who has had over 250 of his songs recorded. His most critically acclaimed album was "Under the Eye " for Monument in 1977. He was co-leader of the rock band "Jubal " consisting of Alan Rush, Rob Galbraith, Terry Dearmore, and Randy Cullers. Their single album in 1972 on Elektra was not successful. In 2000, his song for the Dixie Chicks, "Goodbye Earl", stirred some controversy for its take on spousal abuse. The song is about fictional characters Mary Ann and Wanda, longtime friends who kill Wanda's abusive husband.
Dennis Linde - Large selection of New and second-hand Vinyl of Dennis Linde. 5,60 €. Trapped in the Suburbs. 4,19 €. 2. You Make Me Feel Good. Under The Eye, The Eye Unterture. Hello, I Am Your Heart. 6,52 €. The Good Ship Rock And Roll, I'm Here, He's There. The Good Ship Rock And Roll. 5,44 €. There Goes My Hear Again.
Trapped in the Suburbs appeared on the label's Asylum subsidiary the following year, and in 1978 Linde signed to Monument to release his fourth and final solo disc, Under the Eye. He continued his commercial success during the mid-'80s, writing hits for Kenny Rogers ("Goodbye, Marie"), Gary Morris ("The Love She Found in Me"), Don Williams ("Walkin' a Broken Heart"), and Eddy Raven ("I'm Gonna Get You"). However, Linde's finest work emerged during the following decade, when he unleashed his mordant wit on songs for Mark Chesnutt.
Dennis Linde (March 18, 1943 – December 22, 2006) was an American singer and songwriter whose work was primarily in country music. He is best known for writing the 1972 Elvis Presley hit, "Burning Love". Presley performed the song live a few times, but often had trouble with the lyrics and soon pulled it from his playlist, although he did perform it during his famous show Aloha from Hawaii
Bass, Guitar [Lead] – Dennis LindeGuitar – Alan RushPiano – Bobby OgdinSaxophone [Tenor] – Ronald EadesTrumpet – Harrison Calloway
|A2||He Likes To Hurt You
Backing Vocals – Lea Jane Berinati, The HollidaysInstruments [Other] – Dennis Linde
|A3||Trapped In The Suburbs
Arranged By [String] – Bill Justice*Backing Vocals – Lea Jane Berinati, The HollidaysBass – Dennis LindeClavinet, Organ – Bobby OgdinCongas, Gong [Leg] – Farrell MorrisGuitar – Alan RushOther [Rhythmic Consultant] – Rob Galbraith
|A4||Country Steel Man
Acoustic Guitar – Johnny ChristopherBass – Alan RushOrchestra [Effects], Acoustic Guitar – Dennis LindeSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Lloyd Green
|A5||Burn Away My Blues
Guitar, Bass – Dennis LindePiano – Bobby OgdinSaxophone [Tenor & Baritone] – Ronald EadesTrumpet, Trombone – Harrison Calloway
|B1||Hell Or High Water
Backing Vocals – Lea Jane Berinati, The HollidaysBass – Dennis LindeClavinet, Organ – Bobby EmmonsGuitar – Alan RushGuitar [Lead] – Jimmy ColvardPiano – Bobby OgdinSaxophone [Tenor & Baritone] – Ronald EadesTrumpet, Trombone – Harrison Calloway
Acoustic Guitar – Johnny ChristopherBass – Alan RushBells [Bell Tree] – Farrell MorrisEffects [Orchestral], Acoustic Guitar – Dennis LindeGuitar [Tremelo Intro That Was Too Fast For Dennis] – Chip YoungSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Lloyd Green
Instruments [Other] – Dennis LindeMaracas – Farrell Morris
|B4||Just To Think
Bass, Guitar – Dennis LindeClavinet – Rob GalbraithPiano, Organ – Bobby OgdinSteel Guitar [Pedal] – Lloyd Green
Backing Vocals – Hershel Wiginton*Bass, Backing Vocals – Alan RushGuitar, Synthesizer – Dennis LindePiano – Bobby OgdinSaxophone [Tenor & Baritone] – Ronald EadesTambourine [Tamborine], Timpani [Tympani] – Farrell MorrisTrumpet, Trombone – Harrison Calloway
|7E-1011||Dennis Linde||Trapped In The Suburbs (LP)||Elektra||7E-1011||US||1974|
|52013 Y||Dennis Linde||Trapped In The Suburbs (LP, Album)||Elektra||52013 Y||France||1974|
|7E-1011||Dennis Linde||Trapped In The Suburbs (LP, Promo)||Elektra||7E-1011||US||1974|