Monday, March 13, 2017

Hear This Remastered, 2015 Version of Carly Simon’s Breakthrough Ballad of Love and Marriage, “That’s the Way I’ve Always Heard It Should be”!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

[Of related interest:

“The World’s Just Inside Out and Upside Down”: Carly Simon’s “Safe and Sound”;

“Hear Carly Simon Sing, ‘Forever My Love’”; and

“Hear Carly Simon Sing, ‘Embrace Me, You Child.’”]



Published on Nov 19, 2015
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Group

That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be (2015 Remastered) · Carly Simon

Songs from The Trees (A Musical Memoir Collection)

Band Member: Billy Mernit
Band Member: Buzzy Linhart
Band Member: David Bromberg
Band Member: David Givens
Band Member: Doug Rauch
Band Member: Ed Freeman
Band Member: Frank Steo
Band Member: Gerry Jemmott
Band Member: Harvey Shapiro
Band Member: Jeff Baxter
Band Member: Jim Wilkins
Band Member: Jimmy Johnson
Band Member: Jimmy Ryan
Band Member: John Siomos
Band Member: Mark Klingman
Band Member: Paul Griffin
Band Member: Steve Merriman
Band Member: Tom Caulfield
Band Member: Tony Levin
Engineer: Dave Palmer
Engineer: Ed Kramer
Producer: Eddie Kramer
Writer: Carly Simon
Writer: Jacob Brackman


Anonymous said...

1972?Just a guess.No,I looked it up-- it was 1971--"You're so Vain" was a year later.I would've guessed the opposite.Imho 1965-1973 were the years of great great pop/rock/soul.

Anonymous said...

I came here to see what Nicholas Stix was up to, clicked to hear Carly Simon sing a familiar old tune I might have heard on AM radio as my late big brother took me cruising in his 1967 Mercury Cougar ragtop, and was greeted by a closeup view of a negro telling me which bank to use.

The damned commercials are bad enough, but is there absolutely no getting away from negroes?