Tommy James & The Shondells - I Think We're Alone Now mp3 album
I Think We're Alone Now" is a song written and composed by Ritchie Cordell that was the title selection from a same-named album released by the American recording artists Tommy James and the Shondells. I Think We're Alone Now" was a 1967 US hit for James and the Shondells, reaching number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song has since been covered several times by other artists.
I Think We're Alone Now" was the first Top Five hit for Tommy James since his 1966 chart-topper "Hanky Panky," and a redemption of sorts for/from the album that came in between, the sugary It's Only Love
Rock Tommy James And The Shondells. 1. I Think We're Alone Now. 2. Trust Each Other in Love. 3. What I'd Give to See Your Face Again.
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This was originally recorded by Tommy James & the Shondells in 1967. It was written by Ritchie Cordell, a producer at Roulette Records who wrote many of their hits. Their version hit in the US. Tiffany (last name: Darwisch) was just 15 years old when this song was released in the summer of 1987. She was 16 when the album went to in January 1988, making her the youngest female singer to top the US albums chart, and also the first singer born in the '70s to hit the top spot . There still are some hurdles sometimes because I'm painted as the 'I Think We're Alone Now' mall tour girl,' but I just keep pounding the pavement doing what I love. More songs from Tiffany. More songs that were an artist's first hit.
I Think We’re alone now was our most happy song. My daughter was born April 19, 1973. I know I need to thank you for her Please consider coming to KCMO. We have Great venues. Here's snippet of the Q&A from Tommy's in-store at Vintage Vinyl last night! Thanks to all who came out to celebrate his first new cd release in ten years!! Tommy James and the Shondells.
I Think We're Alone Now is the third studio album by the pop rock band Tommy James and the Shondells released in 1967. The album had three singles that charted. The title track went to on the Billboard Hot 100. "Mirage" reached on the chart. I Like the Way" reached on the chart. The album landed on the Billboard 200, reaching Original copies feature a black album cover with two pairs of yellow bare footsteps walking side-by-side, then facing each other near the top of the cover. Tommy James and the Shondells chronology. It's Only Love (1966). I Think We're Alone Now (1967). Something Special!: The Best of Tommy James & the Shondells (1967). Singles from I Think We're Alone Now. "I Think We're Alone Now" Released: 1967.
I Think We're Alone Now". James recruited a band to be the new Shondells, and in 1966 toured behind the single, cut a deal with Roulette Records and turned their flop into a chart-topping hit. Line-up changes ensued and the band hooked up with songwriter Richie Cordell who gave them the hit title track of this 1967 release, their third studio album. The album's second hit, "Mirage," borrows most of the hooks from "I Think We're Alone Now," and they were fetching enough to merit a second visit to the Top 10. The album's songs stood in contrast to the psychedelic works of 1967 (Sgt.
Tommy James & The Shondells. I Think We're Alone Now (LP, Album, Ori).
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|A1||I Think We're Alone Now||2:08|
|A2||Trust Each Other In Love||2:08|
|A3||What I'd Give To See Your Face Again||3:15|
|A4||Baby Let Me Down||1:43|
|A5||Let's Be Lovers
Written-By – J. Wisner*, R. Schwartz*, R. Cordell*
|A6||Run, Run, Baby, Run||2:18|
|B2||I Like The Way||2:42|
Written-By – H. Glover*, M. Levy*
|B4||(Baby, Baby) I Can't Take It No More
Written-By – R. Cordell*, T. James*
|B5||Gone, Gone, Gone
Written-By – R. Cordell*, S. Trimachi*
Written-By – Isley Bros.*
- Recorded At – Allegro Sound Studios
- Made By – Roulette Records, Inc.
- Published By – Patricia Music Pub. Co.
- Published By – Nom Music Inc.
- Published By – Lloyd & Logan
- Published By – John D. MacArthur Music Pub. Corp.
- Published By – Wemar Music Corp.
- Arranged By, Conductor – Jimmy "Wis" Wisner*
- Artwork, Design – Jack Lonshein
- Bass, Piano – Mike Vale
- Drums – Pete Lucia*
- Engineer – Bruce Staple
- Guitar – Ed Gray*, Tommy James
- Liner Notes – Gerry Cousins
- Piano, Organ, Accordion [Cordovox] – Ronnie Rosman
- Producer, Concept By – Bo Gentry, Ritchie Cordell
- Written-By – R. Cordell* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B2, )
NotesThis is a release has a similar Roulette Label to Tommy James & The Shondells - I Think We're Alone Now but has minor differences.
The Matrix/Runout is also different, product of being manufactured at a different Pressing Facility.
A Gentry - Cordell Conception
B3 - Nom Music, Inc. - Lloyd & Logan
B5 - John D. MacArthur Music Pub. Corp.
B6 - Nom Music, Inc. - Wemar Music Corp.
All others - Patricia Music Pub. Co.
1st catalog #: sleeve; 2nd: labels
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side A [Etched]: SR-25353-A (Preceded by RSD 492 A, all characters are struck out with an X)
- Matrix / Runout: Side B [Etched]: SR-25353-B (Preceded by RSD 492 B, all characters are struckout with an X)
- Matrix / Runout: Both Sides [Stamped]: O P T
- Rights Society: BMI
|SR 25353, SR-25353||Tommy James & The Shondells||I Think We're Alone Now (LP, Album, Ori)||Roulette, Roulette||SR 25353, SR-25353||US||1967|
|R 25353||Tommy James & The Shondells||I Think We're Alone Now (LP, Album, Mono)||Roulette||R 25353||US||1967|
|CCM-2097||Tommy James & The Shondells||I Think We're Alone Now (CD)||Collectors' Choice Music||CCM-2097||USA & Canada||2010|
|XRLP-6.190||Tommy James & The Shondells||I Think We're Alone Now (LP)||RGE, Roulette||XRLP-6.190||Brazil||1967|
|CVR 56039||Tommy James & The Shondells||I Think We're Alone Now (LP, Album)||Roulette||CVR 56039||France||1967|