1976 Tom Jans – Dark Blonde
Dark Blonde is the fourth album by Tom Jans. It was released in 1976.
Tom Jans (February 9, 1948 – March 25, 1984) was an American folk singer-songwriter and guitarist from San Jose, California. He is perhaps best known for his song “Loving Arms” (also known as “Lovin’ Arms”), which was recorded initially by Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge, and later by artists including Dobie Gray, Elvis Presley, Dixie Chicks, Natalie Cole, Olivia Newton-John, Petula Clark, Jon English, Livingston Taylor, Etta James, Millie Jackson, Jody Miller, The Beautiful South and The Cats.
1 Ready to Roll (Tom Jans) 3:01
2 Why Don’t You Love Me (Tom Jans, Scott Shelly) 5:05
3 Bluer Than You (Tom Jans) 3:27
4 Fineline (Tom Jans) 4:47
5 Distant Cannon Fire (Tom Jans) 5:44
6 Young Man in Trouble (Tom Jans) 4:56
7 Rosarita (Tom Jans) 5:52
8 Back on my Feet Again (Tom Jans) 4:03
9 Starlight (Tom Jans) 3:35
|Slide Guitar||Jerry Swallow|
|Acoustic Guitar||Jerry Swallow|
|Background Vocals||Valerie Carter|
2 Why Don’t You Love Me
6 Young Man in Trouble
Producer – Joe Wissert
Engineer – Tom Perry
Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
Manufactured By – Columbia Records
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Published By – Irving Music