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Peter Matz
Music For Pleasure
Easy Listening
Wax Records
CRL 1007
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1You've Got A Friend
Written-By – C. King
2Highlights Of The Best Of The Beatles
Written-By – G. Harrison, J. Lennon - P. McCartney
3The Sound Of Silence
Written-By – P. Simon
4I Don't Know How To Love Him
Written-By – A. L. Webber - T. Rice
5Highlights Of The Best Of Bacharach
Written-By – H. David - B. Bacharach
6Put Your Hand In The Hand
Written-By – G. MacLellan
7Help Me Make It Through The Night
Written-By – K. Kristofferson
8It's Too Late
Written-By – C. KingWritten-By [Uncredited] – Toni Stern
Written-By – A. L. Webber - T. Rice
10Bridge Over Troubled Water
Written-By – P. Simon
11I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Written-By – H. David - B. Bacharach


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CQ 31247Peter Matz Quadraphonic Spectacular ‎(LP, Album, Quad)ColumbiaCQ 31247US1972
CAQ 31247Peter Matz Quadraphonic Spectacular ‎(8-Trk, Album, Quad)ColumbiaCAQ 31247US1972
Q 65905Peter Matz Quadraphonic Spectacular ‎(LP, Album, Quad)CBSQ 65905Spain1973


The jacket picture is a diversion of "Aldemaro Romero And His Onda Nueva".
Credits are not mentioned at all on release.
Compares to: Peter Matz - Quadraphonic Spectacular


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