Despite her background in folk music and her popular emergence as "Mama Cass" in the folk-rock group the Mamas & the Papas, Cass Elliot was really a traditional pop entertainer in the pre-rock tradition, and she gradually turned to that field in her solo career of the late '60s and early '70s, putting together a Las Vegas cabaret act and. appearing frequently on television
Album · 1972 · 17 Songs. Don't Make Me a Memory (Live). 17 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released: Dec 31, 1972. This compilation (P) 2014 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Cass Elliot (September 19, 1941 – July 29, 1974), born Ellen Naomi Cohen and also known as Mama Cass, was an American singer and member of The Mamas & the Papas. I'll Be Seeing You/Don't Call Me Mama Anymore (Reprise). Missing lyrics by Cass Elliot? Know any other songs by Cass Elliot?
Cass Elliot had a successful solo career, touring the US and Europe. She appeared frequently on television, including in two specials, The Mama Cass Television Program on ABC in January 1969 and Don't Call Me Mama Anymore on CBS in September 1973. She recorded hits such as "Make Your Own Kind of Music" and "It's Getting Better," but never surpassed her two Dunhill Records albums, Dream a Little Dream (1968) and Bubblegum, Lemonade, and. Something for Mama (1969).
Cass Elliot, or Ellen Naomi Cohen as she was born, was most famous as Mama Cass, from the singing group, the Mama’s and the Papa’s. com friend Jim Ed Green sends this info: Cass was a real smart lady, with an . of 165. Also, she had a hell of a time getting into The Mamas and Papas. Anyway, a classmate, brought The Mamas &Papas album. At the time, I really didn’t know who they were. Anyway, I think it was the very next year, that Cass Elliot had a TV special called Don’t Call Me Mama. I remember one of the last lines in the show was, she said. Don’t call her Mama, anymore. That’s for her daughter. Last but not least department, from Ted: Just read the rebuttal to my Mama Cass contribution from Sandy. I guess I didn’t have the whole picture.
Cass Elliot Live album Mister Kelly's. 1973 live album by Cass Elliot. Don't Call Me Mama Anymore. Live album by. Cass Elliot. Cass Elliot chronology. The Road Is No Place for a Lady (1972). Don't Call Me Mama Anymore (1973). Don't Call Me Mama Anymore is a live album recorded by Cass Elliot. It was the third album she released for RCA Records and the last album released before her death. The title of the show, Don't Call Me Mama Anymore, was named after one of the songs written by Elliot's friend, Walter Earl Brown. The song was born out of Elliot's frustration with being identified as "Mama Cass". After the show debuted on February 9, 1973 in Pittsburgh, Elliot felt she was ready to take the show to Las Vegas and premiered at The Flamingo.