Running length
15 tracks
Running time
51:51

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 A Whiter Shade Of Pale 5:11 131
2 Dynamite Woman 2:46 2,613
3 Kansas City 4:06 178
4 Stoned Faces Don't Lie 4:37 451
5 Mr. Pitiful 4:02 141
6 Mendocino 3:10 10,447
7 Wasted Dasy And Wasted Nights 3:29 0
8 She's About a Mover 3:35 20,096
9 Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone 2:24 65
10 Nuevo Laredo 2:41 1,975
11 Stagger Lee 3:37 151
12 Please, Please, Please 4:35 87
13 Texas Me 2:40 1,159
14 Crazy Arms 2:33 181
15 Night Train 2:25 240

About this album

Originally released in 1969, Mendocino was The Sir Douglas Quintet’s third album. Other than the title track, it contains one their most famous songs, “She’s About a Mover,” another version of which was released in 1966, on their first album, The Best of the Sir Douglas Quintet.

1. Mendocino
2. I Don’t Want
3. I Wanna Be Your Mama Again
4. At the Crossroads
5. If You Really Want Me to I’ll Go
6. And It Didn’t Even Bring Me Down

7. Lawd, I’m Just a Country Boy in This Great Big Freaky City
8. She’s About a Mover
9. Texas Me
10. Oh, Baby, It Just Don’t Matter

The 2002 re-issue contains the following bonus tracks:

11. Sunday Sunny Mill Valley Groove Day
12. Sir Doug’s Recording Trip
13. The Homecoming
14. Hello Amsterdam
15. At the Crossroads (Alternative Mix)
16. Texas Me (Alternative Mix)

In 2008, Neon Records released a compilation of the same name, but with a mostly different track lineup, and several live tracks.

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  • reagan0

    The track list on this page is not from the original release, but a 2008 compilation of the same name, released by Neon Records. I bought it, thinking it was remastered re-release of the original. I was disappointed that it wasn't the original, but I wasn't disappointed with the sound quality, or the selections.

    21 Apr 2011 Reply

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