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Arista celebrated its 30th anniversary by releasing The Heritage Series, spotlighting the most popular artists on the label. The Fifth Dimension installment in The Heritage Series is pretty much a straight hits collection -- the first such assembled on the pop-soul group. While they were at Arista, the Fifth Dimension had such hits as "Up Up & Away," "Go Where You Wanna Go," "Stoned Soul Picnic," "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In," and "Wedding Bell Blues." All those songs are here, along with some highlights from their albums, providing a nice retrospective of their time with Arista.
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1
Up-Up and Away
00:02:36

M. Gordon, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Al Casey, Performer - Joe Osborn, Guitar - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Jim Webb, Arranger - Jim Webb, Conductor - Jim Webb, Keyboards - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Hal Blaine, Drums - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Marty Paich, Arranger - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Bones Howe, Engineer - J. Webb, Lyricist - J. Webb, Composer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Johnny Rivers, Producer - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1967. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Go Where You Wanna Go (The Mama's and The Papa's Cover)
00:02:23

M. Gordon, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Al Casey, Performer - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Joe Osborn, Guitar - Jim Webb, Arranger - Jim Webb, Conductor - Jim Webb, Keyboards - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Marty Paich, Arranger - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bones Howe, Engineer - Jeffrey Phillips, Composer - Jeffrey Phillips, Lyricist - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Johnny Rivers, Producer - Mark Gordon, Producer - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1967 Arista Records LLC

3
Stoned Soul Picnic (Album Version)
00:03:27

Bill Holman, Arranger - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Hal Blaine, Drums - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Marimba - Larry Bunker, Performer - The Sid Sharp Strings, Performer - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Engineer - Laura Nyro, Composer - Laura Nyro, Lyricist - Jimmy Rowles, Keyboards - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Ray Pohlman, Arranger - Ray Pohlman, Guitar - Ray Pohlman, Acoustic Bass - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - The Bill Holman Brass, Performer - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1968. All rights reserved by Arista Records, LLC

4
Sweet Blindness (Laura Nyro Cover)
00:03:27

Bill Holman, Arranger - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Larry Bunker, Marimba - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Percussion - The Sid Sharp Strings, Performer - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Engineer - Laura Nyro, Composer - Laura Nyro, Lyricist - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Jimmy Rowles, Keyboards - Ray Pohlman, Arranger - Ray Pohlman, Guitar - Ray Pohlman, Acoustic Bass - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - The Bill Holman Brass, Performer - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

(P) 1968 Arista Records LLC

5
California Soul
00:03:11

Bill Holman, Arranger - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Larry Bunker, Marimba - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Valerie Simpson, Lyricist - Valerie Simpson, Composer - The Sid Sharp Strings, Performer - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Engineer - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Jimmy Rowles, Keyboards - Ray Pohlman, Arranger - Ray Pohlman, Guitar - Ray Pohlman, Acoustic Bass - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - The Bill Holman Brass, Performer - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Nick Ashford, Lyricist - Nick Ashford, Composer - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1968. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Aquarius / Let the Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures) ((from the American Tribal Love Rock Musical "Hair"))
00:04:49

Gerome Ragni, Composer - Gerome Ragni, Lyricist - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Jimmy Rowles, Keyboards - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Jim Rado, Composer - Jim Rado, Lyricist - Pete Jolly, Keyboards - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Bill Holman, Arranger - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Arranger - Bones Howe, Engineer - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - The Bill Holman Strings & Brass, Performer - Bob Alcivar, Arranger - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Galt MacDermot, Composer - Galt MacDermot, Lyricist - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Congas - Larry Bunker, Percussion

(P) Originally released 1969. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Wedding Bell Blues
00:02:42

Bill Holman, Arranger - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Congas - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Bob Alcivar, Arranger - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bones Howe, Arranger - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Engineer - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Laura Nyro, Composer - Laura Nyro, Lyricist - Jimmy Rowles, Keyboards - The Bill Holman Strings & Brass, Performer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Pete Jolly, Keyboards - Mike Deasy, Guitar - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer

Originally released 1969. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
One Less Bell to Answer (Keely Smith Cover)
00:03:30

Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Fred Tackett, Guitar - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Mike Anthony, Electric Guitar - Bill Holman, Arranger - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Arranger - Bones Howe, Engineer - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Larry Knechtel, Organ - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Bob Alcivar, Arranger - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Mike Deasy, Electric Guitar - Burt Bacharach, Composer - Burt Bacharach, Lyricist - Marilyn McCoo, Vocal - Gary Coleman, Percussion - Gary Coleman, Performer - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Hal Blaine, Drums - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Congas - Larry Bunker, Performer - H. David, Composer - H. David, Lyricist

Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Puppet Man (Neil Sedaka Cover)
00:02:58

Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Fred Tackett, Guitar - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Mike Anthony, Electric Guitar - Bill Holman, Arranger - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Arranger - Bones Howe, Engineer - Larry Knechtel, Organ - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bob Alcivar, Arranger - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Neil Sedaka, Composer - Neil Sedaka, Lyricist - Mike Deasy, Electric Guitar - Howard Greenfield, Composer - Howard Greenfield, Lyricist - Gary Coleman, Percussion - Gary Coleman, Performer - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Congas - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Percussion

Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
Save the Country
00:02:40

Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer - Tommy Tedesco, Guitar - Fred Tackett, Guitar - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Mike Anthony, Electric Guitar - Bill Holman, Arranger - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Arranger - Bones Howe, Engineer - Larry Knechtel, Organ - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Bob Alcivar, Arranger - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Mike Deasy, Electric Guitar - Gary Coleman, Percussion - Gary Coleman, Performer - Hal Blaine, Drums - Hal Blaine, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Congas - Larry Bunker, Performer - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Laura Nyro, Composer - Laura Nyro, Lyricist

Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
(Last Night) I Didn't Get To Sleep At All
00:03:11

Tony Macauley, Composer - Tony Macauley, Lyricist - Bob Irwin, Mastering Engineer - Fred Tackett, Guitar - Jimmy Rowles, Piano - The Sid Sharp Strings, Performer - Dennis Budimir, Guitar - Zavier, Guitar - Michael O'Martian, Keyboards - Michael O'Martian, Piano - Gary Illingworth, Organ - Gary Illingworth, Piano - Joe Osborn, Acoustic Bass - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Mike Anthony, Guitar - The Bill Holman Brass, Performer - Bones Howe, Producer - Bones Howe, Engineer - Larry Knechtel, Keyboards - Larry Knechtel, Organ - Larry Knechtel, Piano - Bob Alcivar, Vocal Arranger - Marilyn McCoo, Vocal - Hal Blaine, Drums - Larry Bunker, Percussion - Larry Bunker, Congas

(P) 1972 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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Arista celebrated its 30th anniversary by releasing The Heritage Series, spotlighting the most popular artists on the label. The Fifth Dimension installment in The Heritage Series is pretty much a straight hits collection -- the first such assembled on the pop-soul group. While they were at Arista, the Fifth Dimension had such hits as "Up Up & Away," "Go Where You Wanna Go," "Stoned Soul Picnic," "Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In," and "Wedding Bell Blues." All those songs are here, along with some highlights from their albums, providing a nice retrospective of their time with Arista.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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