Released: 1978
Recorded: IBC Sound Recording Studios, 35 Portland Place & Island Studios, Basing Street
Producers: Derek Wadsworth, John Worth, Bob Potter, Bill Landis
Mixing:
Label: NEMS

Faithless

Marianne Faithfull

break Click on the song titles above for lyrics and songwriting credits Faithless is a re-issued and repackaged version of 1976's Dreaming My Dreams. Bob Potter produced an additional four recordings for inclusion on the L.P: 'Wait for Me down by the River', 'I'll Be Your Baby Tonight', 'That Was the Day (Nashville)' and 'It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels' and ommited 'Somebody Loves You', 'I'm Looking For Blue Eyes' and 'Sweet Little Sixteen' from Dreaming My Dreams. One of the albums highlight was Marianne's own song ‘That Was The Day (Nashville)’ a convincing slice of small town Americana. Musicians: Marianne Faithfull vocals: The Grease Band: Henry McCullough lead guitar, mandolin, backing vocals; Neil Hubbard guitar, pedal steel guitar; Mick Weaver piano, organ, synthesizer; Alan Spenner bass, backing vocals; Bruce Rowland drums.