Too Much Too Soon is the second album by the American hard rock band New York Dolls. It was released on May 10, 1974, by Mercury Records. The album was recorded earlier that year at A&R Studios in New York City with veteran producer Shadow Morton. He had been enlisted by New York Dolls frontman David Johansen after the group felt dissatisfied with the recording of their 1973 self-titled debut album
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After the clatter of their first album failed to bring them a wide audience, the New York Dolls hired producer Shadow Morton to work on the follow-up, Too Much Too Soon. The differences are apparent right from the start of the ferocious opener, "Babylon. Not only are the guitars cleaner, but the mix is dominated by waves of studio sound effects and female backing vocals. Band originals - including the bluesy raver "It's Too Late," the noisy girl-group pop of "Puss N' Boots," and the Thunders showcase "Chatterbox" - are rounded out by obscure R&B and rock & roll covers tailor-made for the group.
I know I shouldn't be calling. So much to say. About the way that I'm falling 'cause I. Turn you away. Now I'm wondering if I am. Too much too late. In the middle of a hundred thousand stones. Constantly reminding me that. I am worth as much as gold. And I know I. Can never come close in comparison.
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It's Too Late (Evermore song). It's Too Late" is the lead single by rock band, Evermore, taken from their debut album Dreams (September 2004). The track was written by the group's three New Zealand-raised brothers: Dann (backing vocals, drums), Jon (lead vocals, lead guitar), and Peter Hume (backing vocals, piano, keyboards, bass guitar)
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