Men Without Women

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Commercially Released: October 1, 1982
Label: EMI America
Produced by Miami Steve
Recorded by Bob Clearmountain, Toby Scott, and Garry Rindfuss
 at The Power Station, Clover Recorders and The Hit Factory
Mixed by Toby Scott and Bob Clearmountain
 at The Power Station, Clover Recorders and The Hit Factory
Mastered by Wally Traugott at Capitol Records, and George Marino
 at Sterling Sound
Design by Bill Burks and Henry Marquez
Photography by Jim Marchese

Overview

Men Without Women is the debut solo studio album by American musician Steven Van Zandt, credited as Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul. It was released on October 1, 1982 by EMI America. The title track was inspired by the Ernest Hemingway collection of short stories of the same name. Bruce Springsteen took part in these sessions, providing backing vocals on "Angel Eyes", "Until The Good Is Gone", and "Men Without Women". Springsteen’s contributions went uncredited, but have been confirmed in interviews by Van Zandt.

Source: Wikipedia

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
3. UNTIL THE GOOD IS GONE 4:01 GUEST: MENWITHOUT
4. MEN WITHOUT WOMEN 2:49 GUEST: MENWITHOUT
8. ANGEL EYES 4:32 GUEST: MENWITHOUT

Total Running Time: 42:33

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