“Listen To The Warm” by Rod McKuen - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

An interesting album from the 34-year-old Californian, released in tandem with his book of poetry, also called “Listen To The Warm”. With a world-weary intonation, he recites his poems and sings songs, often with an orchestral underbelly. Talks a lot about cats, death and the weather. In short, this guy does his own thing and fair play to him for that.

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A1 [04:04] 5.7.png Rod McKuen - Prologue: A Cat Named Sloopy (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
A2 [02:20] 5.4.png Rod McKuen - To Share The Summer Sun (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
A3 [02:51] 6.3.png Rod McKuen - Round, Round, Round (Rod McKuen) Crooner / Cabaret
A4 [01:48] 3.3.png Rod McKuen - I’ll Never Be Alone (Rod McKuen) Crooner / Cabaret
A5 [02:40] 5.6.png Rod McKuen - The Ducks On The Millpond (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
A6 [02:02] 6.5.png Rod McKuen - Midnight Walk (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
A7 [02:04] 3.0.png Rod McKuen - Listen To The Warm (Rod McKuen) Crooner / Cabaret
B1 [03:35] 6.1.png Rod McKuen - It’s Raining (Rod McKuen) Crooner / Cabaret
B2 [01:18] 5.9.png Rod McKuen - Weekend (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
B3 [02:33] 5.7.png Rod McKuen - Brown October (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
B4 [04:01] 3.2.png Rod McKuen - Where Are We Now? (Rod McKuen) Crooner / Cabaret
B5 [01:22] 5.7.png Rod McKuen - The Singing Of The Wind (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
B6 [02:11] 4.0.png Rod McKuen - Dandelion Days (Rod McKuen) Songwriter
B7 [02:16] 4.6.png Rod McKuen - I Live Alone (Rod McKuen) Storytelling
B8 [01:19] 4.3.png Rod McKuen - Epilogue: One Day I’ll Follow The Birds (Rod McKuen) Storytelling

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