Atlantic Records Catalog: 7300 series

Atlantic Popular 7300 series (12 inch LP)

SD 7300   Billy Cobham - Crosswinds

Randy Brecker (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Michael Brecker (woodwinds) George Duke (keyboards) John Abercrombie (guitar) John Williams (bass, electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Lee Pastora (congas)
Electric Lady Studios, NYC, January, 1974?
28211Spanish Moss: Spanish Moss
28212Spanish Moss: Flash Flood
28215Spanish Moss: Savannah The Serene
28217The Pleasant Pheasant
28218Heather
28219Crosswind
28220Spanish Moss: Storm

SD 7301   Johnny Rivers - The Road

Ron Oates (keyboards) John Reid (guitar) Reggie Young (guitar, electric guitar) Johnny Rivers (guitar, vocals) Bobby Seymour (steel guitar, Dobro) Mike Leech (bass) Jerry Carrigan (drums) Mark Bookin, Michael Georgiades, Herb Pedersen, Linda Ronstadt (harmony vocals) The Jordanaires (harmony vocal group) unidentified strings, Ernie Freeman, Jimmy Webb (arranger)
The Sound Shop, Nashville, TN, 1973?
28462Lights On The Highway
28463Wait A Minute
28464Geronimo's Cadillac
28465I Like Your Music
28466Six Days On The Road
28467See You Then
28468A Good Love Is Like A Good Song
28469Breath
Barry Beckett (piano) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Pete Carr (guitar, electric guitar) Johnny Rivers (guitar, vocals) David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums, percussion) unidentified strings, Jimmy Webb (arranger)
Muscle Shoals, AL, circa 1973???
28265Sitting In Limbo
Johnny Rivers (guitar, vocals) unidentified studio band and strings, Ernie Freeman (arranger)
Muscle Shoals, AL?, circa 1973???
28340Artists And Poets

SD 7302   Marion Williams - Blessed Assurance

Lloyd Gary, Gladys Gordon (piano) Florence Hodges (organ) Andrew Smith (drums) Robin K. Williams (bongo drums) Rev. D. Drummond (benediction) Rev. Irene Oakley, Marion Williams (vocals) Iris Deveaux, Carolyn Graham, Louise Graham (backing vocals) unidentified 40 voices chorus, Walter Stewart (director)
B.M. Oakley Memorial Temple, Philadelphia, PA, October 13, 1973?
Introduction and Opening Remarks
27685Blessed Assurance
Dialogue
27686These Old Burdens
Dialogue
27688Heaven Belongs To You
Dialogue
27689The Place The Righteous Call Home
Dialogue
27690It Is Well With My Soul
Intermission Remarks
27692Jesus, Jesus
Closing Remarks
27693Benediction (God Bless America)

SD 7303   Jackie DeShannon - Your Baby Is A Lady

unknown (rhythm, horns, strings, backing vocals) Jackie DeShannon (vocals)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, September 20, 1973
27509Your Baby Is A Lady
Jon Faddis, Danny Moore, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown, Kiane Zawadi (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington (French horn) Jonathan Dorn (tuba) George Coleman, Joe Farrell, Seldon Powell, Harold Vick, Frank Wess (sax) Susan Jolles (harp) Julien Barber, Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Harry Cykman, Noel DaCosta, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malin, Kermit Moore, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Max Pollikoff, George Ricci, Aaron Rosand (strings) Richard Tee (piano, organ) Arthur Jenkins (piano, electric piano, organ) Ken Bichel (synthesizer) Cornell Dupree, Keith Loving, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Stephen Gadd, Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Jackie DeShannon (vocals) Judy Clay, Jackie DeShannon, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) The Antisia Music: William Eaton, Arthur Jenkins, Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (arranger)
NYC, September 22, 1973
27587Jimmie, Just Sing Me One More Song
unknown (rhythm, horns, strings, backing vocals) Jackie DeShannon (vocals)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, September 25, 1973
27508(If You Never Have A Big Hit Record) You're Still Gonna Be My Star
Jon Faddis, Danny Moore, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown, Kiane Zawadi (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington (French horn) Jonathan Dorn (tuba) George Coleman, Joe Farrell, Seldon Powell, Harold Vick, Frank Wess (sax) Susan Jolles (harp) Julien Barber, Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Harry Cykman, Noel DaCosta, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malin, Kermit Moore, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Max Pollikoff, George Ricci, Aaron Rosand (strings) Richard Tee (piano, organ) Arthur Jenkins (piano, electric piano, organ) Ken Bichel (synthesizer) Cornell Dupree, Keith Loving, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Stephen Gadd, Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Jackie DeShannon (vocals) Judy Clay, Jackie DeShannon, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) plus overdubs: David Newman (tenor sax) The Antisia Music: William Eaton, Arthur Jenkins, Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (arranger)
NYC, September 26, 1973
27588You've Changed
27592You Touch And You Go
Jon Faddis, Danny Moore, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown, Kiane Zawadi (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington (French horn) Jonathan Dorn (tuba) George Coleman, Joe Farrell, Seldon Powell, Harold Vick, Frank Wess (sax) Susan Jolles (harp) Julien Barber, Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Harry Cykman, Noel DaCosta, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malin, Kermit Moore, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Max Pollikoff, George Ricci, Aaron Rosand (strings) Richard Tee (piano, organ) Arthur Jenkins (piano, electric piano, organ) Ken Bichel (synthesizer) Cornell Dupree, Keith Loving, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Stephen Gadd, Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Jackie DeShannon (vocals) Judy Clay, Jackie DeShannon, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) plus overdubs: J.R. Bailey, Sammy Turner (backing vocals) The Antisia Music: William Eaton, Arthur Jenkins, Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (arranger)
NYC, September 27, 1973
27589(I Don't Know) What's The Matter With My Baby
27590The Other Side Of Me
Jon Faddis, Danny Moore, Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown, Kiane Zawadi (trombone) Ray Alonge, Jim Buffington (French horn) Jonathan Dorn (tuba) George Coleman, Joe Farrell, Seldon Powell, Harold Vick, Frank Wess (sax) Susan Jolles (harp) Julien Barber, Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Harry Cykman, Noel DaCosta, Lewis Eley, Max Ellen, Paul Gershman, Emanuel Green, Harry Lookofsky, Joseph Malin, Kermit Moore, David Nadien, Gene Orloff, Max Pollikoff, George Ricci, Aaron Rosand (strings) Richard Tee (piano, organ) Arthur Jenkins (piano, electric piano, organ) Ken Bichel (synthesizer) Cornell Dupree, Keith Loving, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Stephen Gadd, Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Jackie DeShannon (vocals) Judy Clay, Jackie DeShannon, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) plus overdubs: David Newman (alto sax) plus overdubs: David Newman (tenor sax) plus overdubs: Garnett Brown (trombone) The Antisia Music: William Eaton, Arthur Jenkins, Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (arranger)
NYC, October 10, 1973
27594I Won't Let You Go
27595That's What I'm Here For
27596Small Town Talk

SD 7304   Bryan Ferry - These Foolish Things

Henry Lowther (trumpet) Ruan O'Lochlainn (alto sax) Roger Ball (alto, baritone sax, arranger) Malcolm Duncan (tenor sax) David Skinner (piano) Bryan Ferry (piano, vocals) Eddie Jobson (keyboards, synthesizer, violin) Phil Manzanera (guitar) John Porter (guitar, bass) John Punter, Paul Thompson (drums) Robbie Montgomery, Jessie Smith (backing vocals) The Angelettes (vocal group)
Air Studios, London, England, June, 1973
28437A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
28438River Of Salt
28439Don't Ever Change
28440Piece Of My Heart
28441Baby, I Don't Care
28442It's My Party
28443Don't Worry Baby
28444Sympathy For The Devil
28445The Tracks Of My Tears
28446You Won't See Me
28447I Love How You Love Me
28448Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
28449These Foolish Things

SD 7305   The Jimmy Castor Bunch - The Everything Man

Jimmy Castor (sax, percussion, vocals, arranger) Gerry Thomas (keyboards, trumpet, arranger) Jeffrey Grimes (guitar) Douglas Gibson (bass) Ellwood Henderson Jr. (drums) Lenny Fridie Jr. (congas, drums)
Media Sound, NYC, circa 1973???
28580Maggie
28581Walk On The Wild Side
28582The Everything Man
28583Love Train
28584Love's Theme
28585Didn't I Blow Your Mind This Time
28586For All We Know
28587Heaven Kissed
28588Goodbye My Lover Goodbye
28589The Thought Of Loving You
28590All In Love Is Fair

SD 7306   David Rogers - Hey There Girl

David Rogers (guitar, vocals) and others
Pete's Place, Nashville, TN, November 16, 1973
27938Loving You Has Changed My Life
same personnel
Pete's Place, Nashville, TN, circa 1973 or 1974???
28688Hey There Girl
28689Someone That I Can Forget
Jim Buchanan, Shorty Lavender, Buddy Spicher (fiddle) Earl Ball, Larry Butler, Pig Robbins, Bobby Wood (piano) Bobby Thomson (banjo) Dave Kirby, Billy Sanford (lead guitar) Tommy Allsup, Larry Black, Jim Johnson, Ronnie Light, Jack Solomon (guitar) David Rogers (guitar, vocals) Bobby Black, Larry Sasser, Bobbe Seymour, Bill West (steel guitar) Pete Drake (steel guitar, arranger) Tommy Cogbill, Henry Hoyt, Bob Moore (bass) Jerry Carrigan, Buddy Harmon (drums) The Gary S. Paxton Singers: Gary S. Paxton, Laverna Moore, Larry Strzelecki, Diane Tidwell, Wendy Suits, Dorothy Deleonibus (backing vocals) The Jordanaires: Neal Matthews, Gordon Stoker, Ray Walker, Duane West, Laverna Moore (backing vocals)
Pete's Place, Nashville, TN, April, 1974?
28758I Know I'm Living (Now That I'm Loving You)
28759I Can't Move No Mountain
28760That's All I Need To Know
28761Now That You're A Woman
28762I Think I'll Go Back To Atlanta
28763Loneliness Of Ruby's Eyes
28764Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)
28765I Just Can't Help Believin'

SD 7307   Isaac Guillory

Cathy Hall (flute) Mox (harmonica) Jim Fairs (guitar, electric guitar) Isaac Guillory (guitar, bass, Mellotron, synthesizer, vocals) Fred Gandy (bass) Jim Cole (bass, vocals) Jim Carey, Pete Gavin, Roger Pope (drums) Sam Gopal (tabla)
CBS Studios, London, England;
Paragon Studios, Chicago, IL;
Madison, WI, released 1974
28837St. Peter
28838Staying Awhile
28839Brusselles
28840Steamboat
28841Sidewalks Of America
28842The Carbondale Strutt
28843Movin' On
28844Ice Cream Phoenix
28845Le Jadida
28846Karma Blues

SD 7308   Average White Band - AWB

Malcolm Duncan (tenor sax) Roger Ball (keyboards, alto, baritone sax) Hamish Stuart (guitar, vocals) Onnie McIntyre (guitar, backing vocals) Alan Gorrie (bass, vocals) Robbie McIntosh (drums, percussion) plus overdubs: Randy Brecker, Marvin Stamm or Mel Davis (trumpet) Glenn Ferris (trombone) Michael Brecker (tenor sax) Ralph MacDonald (congas, percussion) Roger Ball (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 13, 1974
28949Work To Do
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 17, 1974
28950I Just Can't Give You Up
28952There's Always Someone Waiting
28953Pick Up The Pieces
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 24, 1974
28951Just Wanna Love You Tonight
Stuart plays (guitar, bass, vocals) Gorrie plays (bass, guitar, vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, 1974
28683You Got It
28684Nothing You Can Do
28685Keepin' It To Myself
28686Person To Person
28687Got The Love
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19116.

SD 7309   Dianne Steinberg

Dianne Steinberg (piano, vocals) and others
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, April 24, 1973
28943One More Time
28946Sunny One
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, September 6, 1973
28942Enough For You
Rocco Bene, Robert Hartzell (trumpet) Robert Moore (trombone) Edward A. Cascarella, Frederick Joiner (tenor trombone) Richard T. Genovese (bass trombone) Joseph DeAngelis (French horn) Charles A. Apollonia, Albert Barone, Joseph D'Onofrio, Richard E. Jones, Rudolph J. Malizia, Christine Reeves, Don Renaldo, Anthony Sinagoga (violin) Davis A. Barnett, Michael Gyurick, Americus Mungiolo, Angelo Petrelia (viola) Romeo DiStefano (cello) Vincent Montana Jr. (vibes) Carleton H. Kent (piano) Dianne Steinberg (piano, vocals) Richard Rome (electric piano) Phil Hurtt (synthesizer, bell tree) Bobby Eli, Norman Harris (guitar) Tony Bell (guitar, arranger) Ronald Baker, Robert "Bob Babbitt" Kreiner (electric bass) Andrew Louis Smith, Earl Donald Young (drums) Ann Swain Clark, Phil Hurtt, Patricia Maness, Olivia Roane, Marie Williams (backing vocals)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, September 20, 1973
28948Have You Met My Friend
Dianne Steinberg (piano, vocals) and others
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, September 27, 1973
28945In Vain
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, October 2, 1973
28947Where Is My Brother
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, October 13, 1973
28944If You Can't Think Of Anything Else
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, 1973
28980Dianne Who / Make It Easy
same personnel
Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, circa 1973???
28827Gee Whiz

SD 7310   Tracy Nelson

Bobby Emmons (piano) Tracy Nelson, Willie Nelson (vocal duet) Linda Ronstadt (harmony vocals)
Nashville, TN, May 20, 1974
28886After The Fire Is Gone
Jack Lee, Bobby Wood (piano) Leon Pendarvis (piano, electric piano) Bobby Emmons (piano, electric piano, organ) Ron Cornelius, Reggie Young (electric guitar) Mac Gayden (electric guitar, guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Kenny Malone (drums) Tracy Nelson (lead vocals, piano) plus overdubs: Marshall Cyr, Steve Howard (trumpet) Michael Pierce (soprano, tenor sax, flute) Lon Price (alto, tenor sax) Clarence Ford (baritone sax, clarinet) Allen Toussaint (horn arranger) plus overdubs: Beau Cecchino, Merry Clayton, Gerald Garrett, Jim Gilstrap, Joe Green, Clydie King, Pat Powdrill (backing vocals)
Ray Stevens Sound Laboratory, Nashville, TN;
Sea-Saint Recording Studios, New Orleans, LA, 1974
28881Slow Fall
28882Love Has No Pride
28883Lay Me Down Easy
28884Rock Me In Your Cradle
28885Hold An Old Friend's Hand
28887I Wish Someone Would Care
28888Lean On Me
28889It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry
28890Down So Low

SD 7311   Cornell Dupree - Teasin'

Richard Tee (keyboards) Cornell Dupree (guitar, sitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) plus overdubs: Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Joe Farrell, David Newman (tenor sax) Seldon Powell (baritone sax) Richard Tee (arranger) plus overdubs: Jon Faddis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) David Newman, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) Trevor Koehler (baritone sax) Chuck Rainey (arranger)
NYC, November 5, 1973
27927Teasin'
27929How Long Will It Last
Paul Griffin (piano -1) George Stubbs (piano -2) Cornell Dupree (guitar, sitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) plus overdubs: Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Joe Farrell, David Newman (tenor sax) Seldon Powell (baritone sax) Richard Tee (arranger)
NYC, November 19, 1973
1. 27933Feel Alright
2. 27934What Would I Do Without You
Richard Tee (keyboards) Cornell Dupree (guitar, sitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) plus overdubs: Joe Newman, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Joe Farrell, David Newman (tenor sax) Seldon Powell (baritone sax) Richard Tee (arranger) plus overdubs: Jon Faddis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) David Newman, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) Trevor Koehler (baritone sax) Chuck Rainey (arranger)
NYC, November 20, 1973
27931Jamaican Lady
27932Okie Dokie Stomp
27935Blue Nocturne
27936Plain Ol' Blues