Paul Williams co-authored some of the best known and biggest-selling pop hits of the 20th century, including 'We’ve Only Just Begun,' 'Rainy Days and Mondays,' and 'Let Me Be The One' by The Carpenters.
His compositions have also been recorded by Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Three Dog Night, The Monkees, and literally thousands of others. Before all that, he and brother Mentor Williams himself the author of Dobie Gray’s 1973 hit 'Drift Away' were members of a short-lived psychedelic pop outfit called The Holy Mackerel.
This re-mastered and expanded reissue of their 1968 eponymous LP includes 10 bonus tracks, 9 of which are making their CD debut, including the original demo of the Roger Nichols co-written 'Bitter Honey.'
The deluxe, full-colour booklet also includes rare, unpublished photos and extensive liner notes by David Ponak and Steve Stanley, featuring the participation of Paul Williams, co-writer Roger Nichols, and other band members.
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