Spin Away

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Spin Away
Spin away cover.jpg
Studio album by
GenreTraditional pop
ProducerEd Cobb
The Lettermen chronology
Lettermen 1
Spin Away
A Time for Us

Spin Away is an album of cover songs done by the pop music group The Lettermen. Originally released on vinyl in 1972 by Capitol Records. The album was produced by Ed Cobb and Lettermen for Lettermen, Inc. Vocal Arrangements by Vince Morton and Lettermen.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Song Title Writer Arrangement
A1. Spin Away (2:57) Alan O'Day Perry Botkin, Jr.
A2. Words (3:25) B. Gibb, R. Gibb, M. Gibb Jimmie Haskell
A3. Love Song (3:15) Leslie Duncan Perry Botkin, Jr.
A4. Precious and Few (3:05) Walter D. Nims Mort Garson
A5. The Summer Knows (3:00) M. Legrand, M. Bergman, A. Bergman Jimmie Haskell
B1. Sandman (3:25) Dewey Bunnell Perry Botkin, Jr.
B2. Baby I'm A Want You (3:05) David Gates Mort Garson
B3. Everything That Touches You (3:00) Terry Kirkman Perry Botkin, Jr.
B4. Maybe We Should (3:00) Vince Morton Vince Morton
B5a/b. Don't Leave Me/Without Her (Medley) (3:35) Harry Nilsson Vocal: Pat Valentino, Music: Perry Botkin, Jr.

Production Coordinator: Billy Delbert
Personal Management: Jess Rand

Recorded at Producer's Workshop, Hollywood, California
Engineers: Edd Cobb and Tom Knox


Keyboards: Vince Morton, Michael Lang, Michael Melvoin and Michael Omartian
Guitars: Richard Bennet and David Cohen
Bass: Emory Gordy, Jr.
Drums: Dennis St. John, Jimmy Gordon and Colin Bailey
Percussion: Gary Coleman


  1. ^ "Lettermen - Spin Away". Discogs. Retrieved 15 March 2011.