Are You Ready

Album: Are You Ready (1970)
Charted: 14
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  • Dig the album-cover art! Nice little illustration of a smiling '50s-style pin-up model, surrounded by a banana... and a hotdog... and a pickle... gee, it reminds us of some kind of symbolism, but we just can't quite reach for it...

Comments: 5

  • George Pope from Vancouver - CanadaThe '70s were the era of music & lyrics you could listen to with your mind & heart as well as your ears! This song appeals to all 3, some how. . .
  • Danny from Stockton, CaTruly one of the most iconic songs to come out of the 60's - 70's, a little known classic. One of the best guitar solos in history. Seriously!
  • Mike from Norwalk, CtLove the great DeGarmo & Key's version of this in the 80s. Excellent timeless song!
  • Marlene from Montreal, QcCharlie Allen had a gospel background and they did other gospel and gospel influenced tracks, such as "Wade in the Water".
  • Rick from Belfast, MeThis song started out in 1970....the decade of fantastic this song attests to....
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