|Performer:||Sir Douglas Quintet|
|Title:||1 + 1 + 1 = 4 / The Return Of Doug Saldaña|
|Style:||Folk Rock, Country Rock, Blues Rock|
|Other format:||AAC AA AC3 APE DTS RA FLAC|
|1 + 1 + 1 = 4|
|1||Yesterday Got In The Way||3:07|
|2||In The Dark
Written-By – D. Malone*, H. Parker*
|3||Don't Bug Me!
Written-By – M. Fierro*, V. Morris*, W.M. Talbert*
Producer – Jerry Kennedy
Adapted By – Doug SahmWritten-By – Huddie Ledbetter
|6||What About Tomorrow?||2:29|
|7||Catch The Man On The Rise
Written-By – E. Sheppard*
Written By – T. Murrey
|9||A Nice Song||2:56|
Written-By – Augie Meyer*, Doug Sahm, Frank Morin
|11||Sixty Minutes Of Your Love
Written-By – I. Hayes / D. Porter*
|The Return Of Doug Saldaña|
|12||Preach What You Live, Live What You Preach||2:43|
|13||She's Huggin' You, But She's Looking At Me||3:03|
|14||Keep Your Soul||3:12|
|15||Papa Ain't Salty
Written-By – G.C. McDaniel*, T. Bone Walker*
|16||Stoned Faces Don't Lie||4:39|
|17||Me And My Destiny||3:14|
|18||Wasted Days And Wasted Nights
Written-By – F. Fender*, W.M. Duncan*
|19||The Railpak Dun Gone In The Del Monte||3:54|
|20||Oh Lord, Please Let It Rain In Texas||2:41|
Written-By – Billy Reed*
Written-By – J. Williams*
Written-By – Ray Sharpe
Written-By – A. Allen*, K. Fowley*
The Sir Douglas Quintet. 1+1+1 4/The Return of Doug Saldaña. Raven RVCD 147. CD. 2003.
Rights Society (A1 to B4): BMI. Rights Society (B5): ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): PHS-600-353-A W. Matrix, Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): PHS-600-353-B W. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
The Sir Douglas Quintet was an American rock band, formed in San Antonio in 1964. With their first hits, they were acclaimed in their home state. When their career was established (subsequent to working with Texas record-producer Huey Meaux), the band relocated to the West Coast. In 1973, several Sir Douglas Quintet outtakes were released in their final album from the group's classic era, Rough Edges. Sahm and Meyers continued to work together throughout the late 1970s, and rejoined with Perez in 1980 for a reunion tour and album . 1971 - The Return of Doug Saldaña (Philips). 1972 - Future Tense (as simply The Quintet) without Doug Sahm. 1973 - Rough Edges (Mercury).
Raven's two-fer of the Sir Douglas Quintet's 1+1+1 4 and The Return of Doug Saldaña, released in 1970 and 1971 respectively, appeared roughly around the same time Audium reissued the two albums separately with bonus tracks, but it's tough to complain about a sudden surplus of their Smash material when it was so very hard to find. Though one other album for Smash followed - 1973's Rough Edges, consisting mainly of earlier sessions, three tracks of which are added as bonus tracks here (along with "Michoacan" from the soundtrack of the 1972 film Cisco Pike) - these two records effectively capped off their stunning string of LPs for the label and compliment each other very well.
The Best of the Sir Douglas Quintet. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.