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Mythical Kings and Iguanas was the second solo LP by Dory Previn, released in early 1971. Following her successful debut as a confessional singer-songwriter the previous year, it concentrated on the quest for spiritual fulfilment and a loving relationship.

Track listing

  1. Mythical Kings and Iguanas
  2. Yada Yada la Scala
  3. The Lady With the Braid
  4. Her Mother's Daughter
  5. Angels and Devils the Following Day
  6. Mary C. Brown and the Hollywood Sign
  7. Lemon Haired Ladies
  8. Stone for Bessie Smith
  9. The Game
  10. Going Home

Personnel

  • Abbey Hall Singers - Backing Vocals
  • Murray Adler - Violin
  • Bud Brisbois - Trumpet
  • Denny Brooks - Backing Vocals
  • Conte Candoli - Trombone
  • David Cohen - Guitar
  • Buddy Collette - Clarinet
  • Rollice Dale - Viola
  • B.G. Davies - Backing Vocals
  • Brian Davies - Guitar
  • Phil Davis - Synthesiser
  • Jesse Ehrlich - Cello
  • Henry Ferber - Violin
  • Herbie Harper - Trombone
  • Paul Humphrey - Percussion
  • Harry Hyams - Viola
  • Peter Jameson - Guitar
  • Marilyn L. Johnson - French Horn
  • Tom Keene - Keyboards
  • Tom Sowell - Theremin/Moog Synthesizer
  • Ray Kelley - Cello
  • Lou Klass - Violin
  • Larry Knechtel - Keyboards
  • Bernard Kundell - Strings
  • Joy Lyle - Violin
  • Clark Maffitt - Guitar
  • Floyd C Maffitt - Backing Vocals
  • Judy Mayhan - Backing Vocals
  • Michael McGinnis - Backing Vocals
  • Peter Morse - Backing Vocals
  • Joe Osborn - Bass
  • Dory Previn - Vocals, Guitar
  • Gale Robinson - French Horn
  • Ralph Schaeffer - Violin
  • Louie Shelton - Guitar
  • Ron Tutt - Drums
  • West Venet - Backing Vocals
  • Hamilton Wesley Watt - Guitar
  • Tibor Zelig - Violin





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