I Wrote a Song: Complete 1970's Recordings [Import]
Many are familiar with Marty Cooper from the songs he wrote in the ’60s—including the Marathons’ Peanut Butter and Little Stevie Wonder’s Hey Harmonica Man—or the records he made as a member of the Shacklefords with Lee Hazlewood. Now listeners can catch up with Marty’s career as a country-tinged singer-songwriter via this first-time reissue of his complete ’70s recordings! Included are both of his solo albums in their entirety (1972’s A Minute of Your Time and 1979’s If You Were a Singer, the latter never before issued in America) with a previously unreleased version of one of his best-known compositions, The Biplane Evermore, as a bonus track! Big Beat.
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