Explore releases from the Rare Earth label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Rare Earth releases. Rare Earth was a Motown sub-label active from 1969 until 1976 and was intended to release psychedelic and underground rock. The best sellers for the label was the group Rare Earth, who started in 1969 and had a career spanning many years and many hits.
Nice To Be With You (Live/1971). Audio CD (September 12, 1989). A blast from the past. This is a great live album from Rare Earth. Worth the price just for the long version of "Get Ready".
Get Ready is the RIAA Platinum-certified second studio album by American blues rock band Rare Earth. It was released on September 30, 1969 by Motown Records. John Persh – vocals, bass guitar, trombone. Pete Rivera – vocals, drums. Rod Richards – vocals, guitar. Kenny James – vocals, organ, electric piano. Gil Bridges – vocals, saxophone, tambourine.
Of the musicians who would be part of the band dubbed Rare Earth, only sax player Gil Bridges and drummer Pete Rivera were present. The resulting album, Rare Earth, was released in 1977 and made no real waves in the music business. Rare Earth got things together again for a marathon recording session the following year. 01 - I Just Want To Celebrate 02 - Hey Big Brother 03 - Born To Wander 04 - Get Ready 05 - What'd I Say 06 - Thoughts 07 - (I Know) I'm Losing You 08 - Nice To Be With You 1971 - In Concert.
One World (1971) Rare Earth. 1. What’d I Say. 2. If I Die. 4. I Just Want To Celebrate. Three Kings (Music From the Motion Picture) (1999) Various Artists. The Complete Motown Singles Vol. 11A: 1971 (2008) Various Artists. I Just Want To Celebrate by Rare Earth. Try Apple Music free. Added to your library.
With You – Olson, Hoorelbeke, Monette 2:23. Made By – EMI (Australia) Limited Published By – Progressive Published By – Jobete Published By – Castle. Producer – Rare Earth. Matrix, Runout (A): 7XOS1704-1 961MO1 Matrix, Runout (B): 7XOS1705-1 966MO5.
Album · 1971 · 2 Songs. 2 Original Hits By Gallery: Nice To Be With You & I Believe In Music - Single. See All. Navy Blue - 25 Super Tracks.
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|A||What'd I Say
Written-By – R. Charles*
|B||Nice To Be With You
Written-By – Olson*, Hoorelbeke*, Monette*
|2C 006-93411||Rare Earth||What'd I Say / Nice To Be With You (7", Single)||Rare Earth||2C 006-93411||France||1971|
|TMM.831||Rare Earth||What'd I Say / Nice To Be With You (7", Single)||Tamla Motown||TMM.831||New Zealand||1972|
|R 5043F||Rare Earth||What'd I Say (7", Single, Promo)||Rare Earth||R 5043F||US||1972|
|1C 006-93411||Rare Earth||What'd I Say / Nice To Be With You (7")||Rare Earth||1C 006-93411||Germany||1971|
|5C 006-93411||Rare Earth||What'd I Say / Nice To Be With You (7")||Rare Earth||5C 006-93411||Netherlands||1971|