Garden Party (Rick Nelson song). Garden Party" is a 1972 hit song written by Rick Nelson and recorded by him and the Stone Canyon Band on the album Garden Party. The song tells the story of Nelson being booed off the stage at a concert at Madison Square Garden. On October 15, 1971, Richard Nader's Rock 'n Roll Revival concert was given at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The playbill included many greats of the early rock era, including Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, and Bobby Rydell.
Garden Party" is a big moment in the show, as it marked a turning point in Rick Nelson's career. Next Kooper had to scramble for a back-up plan, and ended up producing an album of Nelson singing covers of a diverse series of hits from other bands. Epic Records was less than enchanted with this decision, to say the least, and refused to release the album. Even after Nelson's death!
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Reissued, Remastered. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Let It Bring You Along. Let It Bring You Along by Rick Nelson. So great listening to this wonderfully produced album on cd. Living in Hollywood for 40 years I had the opportunity to met and become friends with Rick, and spent time in the studio when he recorded. This is a great album and is very special to me, as it should be to anyone who really wants to enjoy his great talents. 5 people found this helpful.
Rick Nelson's Garden Party rocks a lot harder than the title track would lead one to believe, and is also as much of a showcase for the Stone Canyon Band as it is for Nelson. Allen Kemp's lead guitar crunches and grinds its notes on the opening track, the edgy "Let It Bring You Along," before we hear the familiar, laid-back, country-rock strains of "Garden Party. The playing is more subdued and lyrical on Nelson's own "Night Time Lady," and the bluesy "Flower Opens Gently By," and the album ends on the soft, bittersweet ballad "Palace Guard. There's a fair amount of melodic invention throughout, though not quite enough to make this album a classic. 1 Let It Bring You Along Ricky Nelson 4:21. 2 Garden Party Rick Nelson 3:45. 3 So Long Mama Ricky Nelson 3:29. 4 I Wanna Be With You Ricky Nelson 2:24. 5 Are You Really Real?