The band knew exactly which 10 songs that it wanted to record, and those were the only songs recorded in the final session.
Both of the first two reissues of Twilley Don't Mind contain the final version of "Fallin' In Love" as a bonus track, but the Raven "twofer" has no bonus tracks associated with this album. Background[ edit ] After the critical success albeit commercial failure of the Dwight Twilley Band's first lookng, Sincerelyhopes ran high for the second album. All songs written by Dwight Twilley.
The failure matic the album proved particularly frustrating to Phil Seymour, especially when coupled with the success of their friend and label mate Tom Pettyon whose album Seymour and Twilley had appeared as harmony and backing vocalists. Twilley Don't Mind peaked at 70 on the Billboard album chart.
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Ultimately, in earlythe Dwight Twilley Band broke up as a result. The Right Stuff reissue uses the alternative cover, which was the originally-planned cover.
When the band experienced difficulty during its final production work on "Fallin' In Love", the album was released with only nine songs. To capitalize on those hopes, Shelter Records reached a new distribution deal with Arista Records for the second album, which, unlike the first album, was demoed in advance. The original cover was vetoed by Arista label head Clive Daviswho then chose the replacement cover that was ultimately used.