Mythical Kings And Iguanas is the second solo LP by Dory Previn, released in early 1971. Following her successful debut as a confessional singer-songwriter the previous year, it concentrated on the quest for spiritual fulfilment and a loving relationship.
Dorothy “Dory” Veronica Previn (October 22, 1925 – February 14, 2012) was an American lyricist, singer-songwriter and poet. During the late 1950s and 1960s, Previn was a lyricist on songs intended for motion pictures and, with her then husband, André Previn, received several Academy Award nominations. In the 1970s, after their divorce, she released six […]
Mary C Brown And The Hollywood Sign was the fourth solo LP by Dory Previn, released in November 1972. This was a thematic album about Hollywood misfits. The songs were intended for a musical revue that ran briefly in Los Angeles. It was planned to stage it on Broadway, but the previews were poor and […]
Live At Carnegie Hall was the fifth solo album by Dory Previn, released in 1973 by United Artists. The album was recorded live at Carnegie Hall, New York City on 18 April 1973. It was her only live album, and was originally released as a double LP. It drew on her four previous UA solo […]
Reflections In A Mud Puddle was the third solo LP by Dory Previn, released in late 1971. The second side of the original LP was entitled Taps Tremors And Time Steps (One Last Dance For My Father), and was a continuous suite of songs reflecting on her childhood experiences with a mentally ill father and […]
Dory Previn was the fifth solo studio LP by Dory Previn, released in September 1974. It was her first album for the Warner Brothers label, having left United Artists. Tracks 1 Lover Lover, Be My Cover (Dory Previn) 3:52 2 Coldwater Canyon (Dory Previn) 3:26 3 Atlantis (Dory Previn) 3:22 4 Mama Mama Comfort Me […]