Rare Earth is an American blues rock band affiliated with Motown's Rare Earth record label (named after the band), which prospered from 1970–1972.
During 1969 the group contributed music to the film Generation that starred David Janssen and Kim Darby. An accompanying soundtrack album was released, but quickly withdrawn after the film failed commercially, with only a small number of copies sold. Several tracks were remixed and included on the next LP, Ecology, in 1970. The soundtrack album has never been released on CD and since the tracks are different than the Ecology versions the album has become a collectors item and copies have fetched as much as $500 on eBay.
1. Satisfaction Guaranteed
2. When Joanie Smiles
3. Generation (Light Up The Sky)
4. The Feeling
5. Eleanor Rigby
6. Nice Place To Visit
7. Child Of Fortune
8. One World Personnel:
Gil Bridges – saxophone, flute, lead vocals
Peter Hoorelbeke – drums, lead vocals
Kenny James – keyboards
John Persh – bass, trombone, vocals
Rod Richards – lead guitars, vocals
Eddie Guzman – percussion