Stoney End is the twelfth studio album by Barbra Streisand. Released in 1971, it became her first studio album that was a change in direction for Streisand with a more upbeat contemporary pop sound. The album peaked at in the United States, her first to reach the top 10 in five years, and was produced by music producer Richard Perry.
Nombre real: Fanita Barrett, Gloria Jones, Darlene Love, Annette & Nanette Williams.
The Blossoms are an American girl-group that originated from California. During their height of success in the 1960s, the group's lineup most famously consisted of Darlene Love, Fanita James, and Jean King. The Blossoms in 1966 (clockwise from top: Fanita James, Jean King, and Darlene Love). The Blossoms also underwent significant changes at this time. By 1958 Nanette was married, pregnant, and planning a leave of absence from the group. While with Ode, they recorded a pop-gospel version of Laura Nyro's "Stoney End", which was first released in 1967 as the B-side to the "Wonderful" single, and then again in 1969 as an A-side single. They recorded their only album, Shockwave, in 1972 for Lion Records.
Performer: The Blossoms. The Blossoms - Wonderful, Stoney End MP3 version.
Album scans by Kevin Schlenker. I Don't Know Where I Stand (J. Mitchell). Gordon Lightfoot, who wrote If You Could Read My Mind, told Metro Spirit in 2009, I always think about Barbra Streisand doing it, because she did such a perfectly wonderful job on it. Stoney End was released to stores in February 1971. The album climbed to number 10 on the Billboard pop charts.
Stoney End. The Blossoms. Hard to Get. 09. Son in Law.
Find the song lyrics for The Blossoms - Top Tracks. Top Songs By The Blossoms. 1. That's When The Tears Start. 2. Good, Good Lovin'. 3. Break Your Promise. 270. 5. 198. 6. Lonely Friday Night. 129. 7. Lover Boy.
Discover all The Blossoms's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. is a cover of. Stoney End by Laura Nyro (1967).