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GET YOUR WINGS (1974)

Details:

Columbia/CBS PC/PCA/PCT/PCQ-32847 (USA, March 9, 1974)
Columbia/CBS CK-32847 (USA, 1987 - CD reissue)
Columbia/SMEi CK/CT-57361 (1993, 20-bit SBM digital remaster)
Columbia/SME 88765486151 (2014, 180g LP reissue)

Tracks:

A1. Same Old Song and Dance (3:53) - Steven Tyler, Joe Perry
(USA 3/74, did not chart)
A2. Lord of the Thighs (4:14) - Steven Tyler
A3. Spaced (4:21) - Steven Tyler, Joe Perry
A4. Woman of the World (5:49) - Steven Tyler, Don Solomon
B1. S.O.S. (Too Bad) (2:51) - Steven Tyler
(USA 2/75, did not chart)
B2. Train Kept A Rollin' (5:33) - Tiny Bradshaw, Howard Kay, Lois Mann
(USA 10/74, did not chart)
B3. Seasons of Wither (5:38) - Steven Tyler
B4. Pandora's Box (5:43) - Steven Tyler, Joey Kramer

Notes:

Produced by Jack Douglas and Ray Colcord. Executive producer Bob Ezrin. Recorded at the Record Plant, New York City, NY, Dec. 1973-Jan. 1974. Engineered by Jay Messina.

Performance credits:

Same Old Song and Dance - Michael Brecker, Stan Bronstein, Randy Brecker, and Jon Pearson on brass; Dick Wagner on additional guitar.
Spaced - Ray Colcord on keyboards.
Train Kept A Rollin' - Steve Hunter on lead guitar (1st half); Dick Wagner on lead guitar (second half).
Seasons of Wither - Steven Tyler on acoustic guitar.
Pandora's Box - Michael Brecker and Stan Bronstein on brass; Steven Tyler on piano.

Chart Action:

Chart Peak (USA): #74 (10/18/75) with 86 weeks on the Billboard charts, though it initially only reached #100 during 1974. Other countries:



Singles:

Same Old Song and Dance - Chart Peak (USA): Did not chart, though it did bubble under on Cashbox in May reaching #107.
Train Kept A Rollin' - Chart Peak (USA): Did not chart, though it did bubble under on Cashbox in November reaching #108.
S.O.S. (Too Bad) - Chart Peak (USA): Did not chart.

RIAA/Sales:

In the United States, the album was certified Gold by the RIAA on April 18, 1975 and Platinum and 2X Platinum on November 21, 1986; and most recently 3X on February 26, 2001. Gold by the CRIA (Canada - 50,000 units) on November 1, 1976 and Platinum on May 1, 1979.

Performed Live:

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