Gordon Lightfoot - Did She Mention My Name (1968)

Gordon Lightfoot is a Canadian singer-songwriter.

1968 saw Gordon Lightfoot release his third album on United Artists. His music was expanding with each album - The Way I Feel saw him use drums for the first time, and with Did She Mention My Name he started to add string arrangements to his songs, courtesy of album producer John Simon. Elsewhere the instrumental backing came from guitarists Red Shea and Hugh McCracken, bassist John Stockfish and drummer Herb Lovelle. The album featured another solid set of folk-based songs, the most notable being "Black Day In July" (written in response to the 1967 Detroit riots).
It was his highest charting album to date, getting to #21 on the Canadian Albums Chart.

The Way I Feel (1967) <|> Back Here On Earth (1968)
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