Imperial Records albums

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  1. Rewind

    Rewind (1967)

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    Rewind is the second studio album by the American musician Johnny Rivers, released in 1967 by Imperial Records. The album includes cover versions of "Baby, I Need Your Lovin'" and "The Tracks of My Tears". Produced by Lou Adler with arrangements by Jimmy Webb, who wrote eight of the songs, the album peaked at #14 on the Billboard albums chart.


  2. Ricky Nelson

    Ricky Nelson (2008)

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    Ricky Nelson is the second album by teen idol Ricky Nelson, released in 1958. The album charted in the Top 10 on the Billboard album charts, and has since been re-issued on iTunes.


  3. Rick Is 21

    Rick Is 21 (1961)

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    Rick Is 21 is the sixth album by rock and roll and teen pop idol Rick Nelson, released in 1961. This album was the first to credit his first name as "Rick"; previous albums were credited to Ricky Nelson. Jimmie Haskell was the arranger.


  4. All I Really Want To Do

    All I Really Want To Do (2008)

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    All I Really Want to Do is the debut solo album by American singer and actress Cher and was released on October 16, 1965 by Imperial Records. The album was produced for Cher by her husband and singing partner, Sonny Bono, with contributions from arranger Harold Battiste. The album is by-and-large a collection of cover versions but does contain three songs written by Bono. Upon its release, the album was well received by critics and garnered positive reviews. The album was Cher's first and most successful album of the 1960s, both in the UK and the U.S.


  5. Ricky Sings Again

    Ricky Sings Again (2008)

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    Ricky Sings Again is the third rock and roll album by Ricky Nelson, released in 1959. The Jordanaires provide vocal accompaniment.


  6. Rock And Rollin' With Fats Domino

    Rock And Rollin' With Fats Domino (1955)

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    Rock and Rollin' with Fats Domino, originally released as Carry on Rockin', is the 1955 debut album by R&B pianist and vocalist Fats Domino, compiling a number of his hits and other material, some of which would soon become hits. The album, which featured a woodcut portrait of the musician, reached #17 on the Billboard "Pop Albums" chart. It is believed to have been produced by engineer Bunny Robyn due to the notation on the cover "A Robyn Recording".


  7. The Sonny Side of Chèr

    The Sonny Side of Chèr (1966)

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    The Sonny Side of Chér is the second studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on April, 1966 by Imperial, as her second album, Cher again collaborated with Sonny Bono and Harold Battiste. The album is by-and-large a covers album and contains two songs written by Bono. The title of the album is a pun on the name of Cher's first husband Sonny Bono. After its release, the album garnered positive reviews from critics. The album was Cher's second successful album of the sixties.


  8. The Progressive Blues Experiment

    The Progressive Blues Experiment (2005)

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    The Progressive Blues Experiment is the first album by Johnny Winter. The Progressive Blues Experiment was originally issued on Austin's famous Sonobeat Records label in 1968. When Winter signed to Columbia Records, the rights were sold to Imperial Records who reissued the album in 1969. Johnny plays here in trio with his late-sixties band. Several blues artists are covered including B.B. King ("It's My Own Fault"), Sonny Boy Williamson ("Help Me"), and Slim Harpo ("I Got Love If You Want It"). In 2005, Capitol issued a 24-bit remastered edition of this recording on CD.


  9. Outrageous

    Outrageous (2007)

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    Outrageous is the third album by American singer-songwriter Kim Fowley, released in 1968 through Imperial Records.


  10. With Love, Chér

    With Love, Chér (1968)

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    With Love, Chér is the fourth album by American singer-actress Cher, released on November 1967 by Imperial Records. This album was a commercial success and reached #48 on the Billboard Chart.


  11. Backstage

    Backstage (1968)

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    Backstage is the fifth album by American singer-actress Cher, released in July 1968 by Imperial Records. This album was her first commercial failure, failed to chart. The album is by-and-large a covers album.


  12. This Is Jackie DeShannon

    This Is Jackie DeShannon (1965)

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    This Is Jackie DeShannon is an LP album by Jackie DeShannon, released by Imperial Records under catalog number LP-9286 as a monophonic recording in 1965, and later in stereo under catalog number LP-12286 the same year.


  13. Wanted Dead or Alive

    Wanted Dead or Alive (2003)

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    Wanted Dead or Alive is the first album by singer/songwriter Warren Zevon, released by Imperial Records in 1970 under the moniker "Zevon." The album was a commercial and critical failure.


  14. Put A Little Love In Your Heart

    Put A Little Love In Your Heart (1905)

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    Put a Little Love in Your Heart is an LP album by Jackie DeShannon, released by Imperial Records under catalog number LP-12442 as a stereo recording in 1969.


  15. Chér

    Chér (1966)

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    Chér is the third studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on October 1966 by Imperial. Cher collaborates again with Sonny Bono, with Harold Battiste and with Stan Ross. The album is by-and-large a covers album and contains only one song written by Bono. This album was a commercial success, charted #59 on the Billboard Chart.


  16. Here I Go Again

    Here I Go Again

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    Here I Go Again is essentially an American issue of the Hollies' first LP, Stay With The Hollies. It featured the group's first two US hits as well as covers of well-known R&B songs, not unusual for Beat groups of the day.


  17. In The Wind

    In The Wind (1965)

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    In the Wind is an LP album by Jackie DeShannon, released by Imperial Records under catalog number LP-9296 as a monophonic recording in 1965, and later in stereo under catalog number LP-12296 the same year.


  18. Jazz Impressions of Folk Music

    Jazz Impressions of Folk Music

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    Jazz Impressions of Folk Music is an album recorded by American saxophonist Harold Land in 1963 for the Imperial label.


  19. A Genuine Rosmini

    A Genuine Rosmini

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    A Genuine Rosmini is the second album by American folk guitarist Dick Rosmini, released in 1969. It is out of print but in circulation as a second-hand LP.


  20. Tadpoles

    Tadpoles (2007)

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    Tadpoles is the third album by the Bonzo Dog Band. It is largely a compilation of their work from the television show Do Not Adjust Your Set, on which they were the house band. The US version of the album had a slightly different track list than the UK version. The US version removed "I'm the Urban Spaceman" and added the B-side "Readymades".


  21. Focus II

    Focus II (1971)

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    Focus II (re-released as Moving Waves) is the second studio album from the Dutch rock band Focus. The album includes the hit "Hocus Pocus" and "Eruption", a 23-minute adaptation of Jacopo Peri's opera Euridice which tells the story of Orpheus and Euridice. Focus II was released in October 1971 to positive critical reception. It went on to reach the top ten in the UK, US and the Netherlands.


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