I Think of You - 1971

I Think Of You

Music by Francis Albert Lai 
with lyrics by Rod McKuen
Editions Chanson Co., CAPAC
Arranged and Conducted by Don Costa
Produced by Don Costa
Recorded at RCA's Studio A, New York City
Recording Engineer: Tony Salvatore
Final Recording Time 3:30 Intro: 25 End: Cold
Recorded  January 14th, 1971   ~   Matrix No. APA1-4601 Take 1 +
Over-Dubbed in Hollywood, California February 10th, 1971
Single release: RCA-45RPM-74-0444 Side A
Single Flip Side: "El Condor Pasa"
US Chart Position No. 53
Charted Adult Contemporary No. 5
French composer Francis Lai is among the most melodic of the composers writing for the screen,
and his scores for "A Man and a Woman" and "Love Story" bear this out. Rod McKuen is probably
the best-selling most widely read poet in America today. The combination of these two forces is irresistible.
"I Think of You" is a pretty song that flows, beautifully and effortlessly, from start to finish.
( notes from "The Incomparable Como" Readers Digest UK compilation 1975 )

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