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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Grace Street
Written-By – Tom Rapp
A2 The Jeweler
Written-By – Tom Rapp
A3 Rocket Man
Written-By – Tom Rapp
A4 Snow Queen
Written-By – Tom Rapp
A5 If You Don't Want To (I Don't Mind)
Written-By – Tom Rapp
B1 Charley And The Lady
Written-By – Tom Rapp
B2 Margery
Written-By – Tom Rapp
B3 Medley: Full Phantom Five / I Shall Not Care
Written-By – Teasdale*, Rapp*, Shakespeare*
B4 These Things Too
Written-By – Tom Rapp
B5 Sail Away
Written-By – Tom Rapp

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – 914 Sound Studios
  • Published By – House Of Mysteries, Inc.
  • Published By – Our Lady Of The Media
  • Published By – The Rap Company


  • Bass – Morrie Brown
  • Guitar – David Wolfert, Tom Rapp
  • Piano – Robbie Merkin
  • Producer – Charles R. Rothschild, Peter H. Edminston
  • Vocals – Tom Rapp


Album sometimes commonly referred to as "Tom Rapp", due to the fact that the album title does not appear on the front cover
Recorded at Brooks Arthur's 914 Studios, New York City

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Water 125 Tom Rapp Familiar Songs ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Water Water 125 US 2003
MS 2069 Tom Rapp Familiar Songs ‎(LP, Album) Reprise Records MS 2069 US 1972
MS 2069 Tom Rapp Familiar Songs ‎(LP, Album) Reprise Records MS 2069 US 1972
MS 2069 Tom Rapp Familiar Songs ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Reprise Records MS 2069 US 1972
MS 2069 Tom Rapp Familiar Songs ‎(LP, Album) Reprise Records MS 2069 Australia 1972

Tom Rapp - Familiar Songs mp3 download
Performer: Tom Rapp
Genre: Folk music
Title: Familiar Songs
Country: US
Released: 1972
Style: Folk
MP3 version ZIP size: 1695 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1744 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 765
Other Formats: MOD VQF MP2 ASF AC3 APE AA

This is the album that Tom Rapp had no knowledge of .... until the day he went into a record shop and saw his own friendly smile beaming from the LP display racks. Yup - Reprise issued this album of demos without consulting Tom. Somewhat shady practice, surely? Tom Rapp was treated badly by his previous label, ESP. The PBS albums sold hundreds of thousands on that label, but royalties were scarce. He might have thought he was safer with a major label .... but, nope, it was almost as bad.Despite that, this is a good album of previously recorded PBS songs given a straighter reading. If you didn't know they were demos you might not notice. These are great songs that deserved better treatment than they received at the hands of ol' blue eyes' label.