Atlantic Records Catalog: 8200 series

Atlantic Popular 8200 series (12 inch LP)

SD 8201   The Sweet Inspirations - What The World Needs Now Is Love

unknown (trumpet, trombone, tenor, baritone sax?, piano, organ, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums) Cissy Houston (lead vocals) Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vocals)
NYC, April 25, 1967
12315That's How Strong My Love Is
Cissy Houston (lead vocals) Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vocals) and others
April 26, 1967
12320I Don't Want To Go On Without You
same personnel
Memphis, TN, August 24, 1967
12938Walk In My Shoes
same personnel
NYC, April 22 & 24, 1968
14356Am I Ever Gonna See My Baby Again
14357I Could Leave You Alone
14358To Love Somebody
14359Where Did It Go
14360You Really Didn't Mean It
same personnel
Memphis, TN, May 24, 1968?
14588Watch The One (Who Brings You The News)
14589Unchained Melody
14590Alfie
14591What The World Needs Now Is Love

SD 8202   The Best Of Booker T. And The MG's

Booker T. Jones (organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Lewis Steinberg (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, August 27, 1962
6440Mo' Onions
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 12, 1962
6590Jellybread
same personnel
Memphis, TN, 1962
6295Green Onions
same personnel
Memphis, TN, January 8, 1964
7529Tic-Tac-Toe
same personnel
Memphis, TN, June 19, 1964
7992Soul Dressing
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 10, 1964
8318Can't Be Still
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Charles Axton (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Booker T. Jones (organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, April 5, 1965
8809Boot-Leg
Booker T. Jones (organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, circa July 9, 1965???
9110Summertime
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 5, 1965
9487Red Beans And Rice
same personnel
Memphis, TN, February 9, 1967?
11666Hip Hug-Her
Booker T. Jones (organ, electric piano) Steve Cropper (guitar, piano, percussion) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, April 26, 1967?
12326Slim Jenkin's Place (as Slim Jenkin's Joint)
12328Groovin'

SD 8203   Various Artists - The Super Hits, Vol. 3

Booker T. Jones (organ, electric piano) Steve Cropper (guitar, piano, percussion) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums): same session
Memphis, TN, April 26, 1967?
12326Slim Jenkin's Place (as Slim Jenkin's Joint)
Cissy Houston (lead vocals) Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, August 24, 1967
12944Sweet Inspiration
Archie Bell (lead vocals) Billy Buttier, Joe Cross, James Wise (vocals) and others
Jones Town Studio, Houston, TX, October, 1967
13734Tighten Up
Bernie Glow, Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Frank Wess (flute, tenor sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) Haywood Henry (baritone sax) Warren Smith (vibes) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano, electric piano, organ) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Eric Clapton, Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, Bobby Womack (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Carolyn Franklin (backing vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group)
NYC, December 16 & 17, 1967
13635Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)
Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, January 5, 1968?
13686I Thank You
Percy Sledge (vocals) and others
February 1, 1968?
13804Take Time To Know Her
Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, March 4, 1968
13958I'm A Midnight Mover
The Rascals (pop group)
NYC, March 6 & 8, 1968
14022A Beautiful Morning
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) and others
NYC, April 15, 1968
14319Think

SD 8204   Archie Bell And The Drells - I Can't Stop Dancing

unknown (trumpet, 2 tenor sax) Bobby Martin (vibes, arranger) Leon Huff (piano) unknown (guitar, electric bass, drums, choir) Archie Bell (vocals)
Philadelphia, PA, May, 1968
14698Do The Choo Choo
14699I Can't Stop Dancing
Archie Bell (lead vocals) Lee Bell, Willie Parnell, James Wise (vocals) and others
NYC, June 3 & 4, 1968
14625Love Will Rain On You
14626Do You Feel It
14627You're Such A Beautiful Child
Archie Bell (vocals) and others
Houston, TX, August 28, 1968?
15054Monkey Time
15055I've Been Trying
15056(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
15057Sometimes I Wonder
15058Jamming In Houston

SD 8205   Sam And Dave - I Thank You

Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, January 5, 1968?
13686I Thank You
13687Wrap It Up
same personnel
Memphis, TN?, April 11, 1968
14265That Lucky Old Sun
same personnel
Memphis, TN, April 25, 1968
14362You Don't Know What You Mean To Me
same personnel
United Sound Systems, Detroit, MI, September 30, 1968?
15349Talk To The Man
15350Ain't That A Lot Of Love
15351If I Didn't Have A Girl Like You
15352Everybody Got To Believe In Somebody
same personnel
Memphis, TN?, October 7, 1968?
15377These Arms Of Mine
15378Don't Turn Your Heater On
15379Love Is After Me
15380Don't Waste That Love

SD 8206   John Hammond - Sooner Or Later

John Hammond (guitar, harmonica, vocals) and others
July 19, 1967
12758Sooner Or Later
12765That's Alright
12766Nine Below Zero
same personnel
January 30, 1968
13792Dust My Broom
13793Shake Your Money Maker
13794Sugar Mama
13795Crosscut Saw
same personnel
NYC, March 4, 1968
13962Now Many More Years
13964Don't Start Me Talking
13965Evil Is Going On

SD 8207   Aretha Franklin - Aretha In Paris

Russell Conway, Ron Jackson, Little John Wilson (trumpet) Donald Townes (trumpet, conductor) Rene Pitts (trombone) Miller Brisker, Donald "Buck" Walden (tenor sax) David Squire (baritone sax) Gary Illingworth (piano) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Jerry Weaver (guitar) Rodderick Hicks (bass) George Davidson (drums) Carolyn Franklin, Wyline Ivy, Charnessa Jones (backing vocals)
"L'Olympia", Paris, France, May 7, 1968
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
Soul Serenade
Night Life
Baby, I Love You
Groovin'
(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Come Back Baby
Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)
Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)
I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
Chain Of Fools
Respect

SD 8208   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 7: The Sound Of Soul 1965-66

Dud Bascomb, Clark Terry (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charles Brown (tenor sax) Haywood Henry (baritone sax) Paul Griffin (piano) Bill Suyker (guitar) Jimmy Lewis (electric bass) Gary Chester (drums) Artie Butler (percussion???) Barbara Lewis (vocals) unidentified choir, unidentified strings, Teacho Wiltshire (arranger, director)
NYC, January 8, 1965
8468Baby, I'm Yours
William Berry, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charlie Brown, Sam Taylor (tenor sax) Seldon Powell (baritone sax) Ernie Hayes (piano) Bob Bushnell, Eric Gale, Bill Suyker (guitar) David Adams (electric bass?) Panama Francis (drums) Solomon Burke (vocals) Estelle Brown, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Dee Dee Warwick (backing vocals) Gene Page (arranger, director)
NYC, January 22, 1965
8516Got To Get You Out Of My Mind
Sammy Coleman (trumpet) Charles Axton (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Otis Redding (vocals)
Memphis, TN, April 19, 1965
8826I've Been Loving You Too Long
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Joe Hall (piano) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965
8930In The Midnight Hour
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Booker T. Jones (piano, organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Don Covay (vocals)
Memphis, TN, June 30, 1965
9073See-Saw
Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, October 25, 1965
9446You Don't Know Like I Know
Percy Sledge (vocals) and others
Muscle Shoals, AL, February 17, 1966
9941When A Man Loves A Woman
Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, March 8, 1966
9992Hold On, I'm Comin'
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar) John Peck (guitar???) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966
10300Land Of 1000 Dances
Percy Sledge (vocals) and others
Alabama, May 18, 1966
10314Warm And Tender Love
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) unknown (tenor sax) unknown (baritone sax) Isaac Hayes (piano) Booker T. Jones (piano, organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Eddie Floyd (vocals)
Memphis, TN, July 13, 1966
10495Knock On Wood

SD 8209   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm And Blues, Vol. 8: The Memphis Sound 1967

Wayne Jackson, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones (piano, organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Otis Redding, Earl Sims (vocals)
Memphis, TN, July 9, 1965
9102Shake
Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, November 15, 1966
11172When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano, organ) Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 1, 2, 3 & 4, 1967
11647Funky Broadway
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Joe Arnold, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Otis Redding, Carla Thomas (vocals)
Memphis, TN, February 6, 1967?
11628Tramp
Booker T. Jones (organ) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, February 9, 1967?
11666Hip Hug-Her
Ben Cauley (trumpet) Phalon Jones (tenor sax) Ronnie Caldwell (organ) Jimmy King (guitar) James Alexander (electric bass) Carl Cunningham (drums)
Memphis, TN, March 31, 1967?
12034Soul Finger
Percy Sledge (vocals) and others
Alabama, April 6, 1967?
12166Just Out Of Reach
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Ted Sommer (vibes) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Truman Thomas (organ) Jimmy Johnson, Joe South (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) unidentified strings, Ralph Burns (director)
NYC, June 23, 1967
12654Chain Of Fools
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Bobby Woods (piano) Bobby Emmons (organ) Bobby Womack (lead guitar) Reggie Young (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) Gene Chrisman (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Memphis, TN, July 1 & 3, 1967
12724I'm In Love
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell (tenor sax) King Curtis (tenor, alto sax, vocals) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Bobby Wood (piano) Bobby Emmons (organ) R.F. Taylor, Reggie Young (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) Gene Chrisman (drums)
Memphis, TN, July 4, 1967
12768Memphis Soul Stew
Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, August 10, 1967?
12842Soul Man
unknown (trumpet, sax, harmonica) Booker T. Jones (trombone?) Tedford (alto sax) J.P. (baritone sax) Bobby Emmons (piano) Reggie Young (lead guitar) Lee Royal Hadley (rhythm guitar) Mike Leech (electric bass) Clyde Williams (drums) Joe Tex (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, September 13, 1967
13076Skinny Legs And All

SD 8210   The Best Of Percy Sledge

Percy Sledge (vocals) and others
Muscle Shoals, AL, February 17, 1966
9941When A Man Loves A Woman
same personnel
Alabama, May 18, 1966
10313It Tears Me Up
10314Warm And Tender Love
same personnel
Alabama, January 20, 1967?
11524Baby Help Me
same personnel
Alabama, March 6, 1967?
11848Out Of Left Field
same personnel
Alabama, April 6, 1967?
12164My Special Prayer
12165The Dark End Of The Street
12166Just Out Of Reach
same personnel
Alabama, October 4, 1967
13130Cover Me
same personnel
February 1, 1968?
13804Take Time To Know Her
same personnel
Alabama, March 15, 1968?
14039Sudden Stop
same personnel
September 19, 1968?
15267You're All Around Me

SD 8211   Joe Tex - Happy Soul

Joe Tex (vocals) unidentified studio band
Nashville, TN, November 19, 1968?
15673Go Home And Do It
15674That's Your Baby
15675Baby, Be Good
15676You Need Me Baby
15677Chicken Crazy
15678You've Come A Long Way
15679Sweet Sweet Woman
15680You Can Tell
15681Take The Fifth Amendment
15682Keep The One You've Got

SD 8212   Aretha Franklin - Soul '69

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (organ) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill, Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales (Latin percussion) Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, April 17, 1968
14331Today I Sing The Blues
same personnel
NYC, April 18, 1968
14335Tracks Of My Tears
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Junior Mance (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 23, 1968
15333So Long
15335I'll Never Be Free
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes -3) Junior Mance (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals -1,2, piano, vocals -3) Evelyn Greene, Wyline Ivy (backing vocals -3) Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 24, 1968
1. 15336Pitiful
2. 15337Ramblin'
3. 15338Gentle On My Mind
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Junior Mance (piano) Joe Zawinul (electric piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 25, 1968
15339Bring It On Home To Me
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes) Joe Zawinul (organ, electric piano) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales (Latin percussion) Aretha Franklin (vocals) Evelyn Greene, Wyline Ivy (backing vocals) Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 26, 1968
15341Crazy He Calls Me
15342Elusive Butterfly
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Junior Mance (piano) Kenny Burrell (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 27, 1968
15343If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody
15344River's Invitation

SD 8213   Albert King - King Of The Blues Guitar

Wayne Jackson (trumpet) 2 unknown (tenor sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, March 25, 1966
10119Laundromat Blues
10120Overall Junction
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) 2 unknown (tenor sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Steve Cropper (rhythm guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, August 3, 1966
10594Oh, Pretty Woman
10595Funk-Shun
Booker T. Jones (piano) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, November 2, 1966
11128Crosscut Saw
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Joe Arnold (tenor, baritone sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Steve Cropper (rhythm guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, May 17, 1967?
12428Born Under A Bad Sign
12429Personal Manager
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Joe Arnold (flute) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Booker T. Jones (organ) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Steve Cropper (rhythm guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, June 9, 1967
12530Personal Manager
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, December 12, 1967?
13607Cold Feet
13608You Sure Drive A Hard Bargain
Andrew Love (tenor sax) Albert King (guitar, vocals) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums)
Memphis, TN, March 22, 1968
14109I Love Lucy
14110You're Gonna Need Me

SD 8214   Dusty Springfield - Dusty In Memphis

Dusty Springfield (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN?, September 26, 1968?
15288In The Land Of Make Believe
15289The Windmills Of Your Mind
15290I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore
15291Breakfast In Bed
15293Son Of A Preacher Man
15294Don't Forget About Me
15295No Easy Way Down
15296Just One Smile
15297Just A Little Lovin'
15298So Much Love
15299I Can't Make It Alone

SD 8215   Wilson Pickett - Hey Jude

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) Tom Dowd (director)
Memphis, TN, September 19, 1968?
15255A Man And A Half
15257Night Owl
15258Sit Down And Talk This Over
15259People Make The World
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Muscle Shoals, AL, November 27, 1968?
15760Hey Jude
15761Search Your Heart
same personnel
Muscle Shoals, AL, December 3, 1968?
15785Back In Your Arms
15786Save Me
15787Toe-Hold
15788My Own Style Of Loving
15789Born To Be Wild

SD 8216   Led Zeppelin

Jimmy Page (electric guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica)
Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, October, 1968;
Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, released January 12, 1969
15636Good Time Bad Times
15637Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
15638You Shook Me
15639Dazed And Confused
15640Your Time Is Gonna Come
15641Black Mountain Side
15642Communication Breakdown
15643I Can't Quit You Baby
15644How Many More Times
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19126.

SD 8217   The Magic Lanterns - Shame, Shame

Jimmy Bilsbury (piano, vocals) Bev Beverage, Peter Garner (guitar, vocals) Mike Osborne (bass, vocals) Harry Paul Ward (drums, vocals) John Paul Jones (arranger)
London, England?, December 16, 1968
15861Impressions Of Linda
15862Brunette Lady
15863Never Gonna Trust My Heart Again
15864Sarah Wear A Smile
15865Give Me Love
15866Highway Of Dreams
15867Feelings
15868Missing Out On You
15869Out In The Cold Again
15870Pussy Willow Dragon
15871When The Music Stops
same personnel
London, England?, released 1969
15051Shame, Shame

SD 8218   The Best Of Sam And Dave

Sam Moore, Dave Prater (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, July 27, 1965
9179I Take What I Want
same personnel
Memphis, TN, October 25, 1965
9446You Don't Know Like I Know
same personnel
Memphis, TN, March 8, 1966
9992Hold On, I'm Comin'
same personnel
Memphis, TN, August 8, 1966
10619Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Nobody
same personnel
Memphis, TN?, November 4, 1966
11131You Got Me Hummin'
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 15, 1966
11172When Something Is Wrong With My Baby
same personnel
Memphis, TN, January 13, 1967?
11468Small Portion Of Your Love
same personnel
Memphis, TN, May 17, 1967?
12430Soothe Me (On Stage)
same personnel
Memphis, TN, August 10, 1967?
12842Soul Man
12843May I Baby
same personnel
Memphis, TN, January 5, 1968?
13686I Thank You
13687Wrap It Up
same personnel
Memphis, TN, April 25, 1968
14362You Don't Know What You Mean To Me
same personnel
Memphis, TN?, circa July, 1968???
14809Can't You Find Another Way (Of Doing It)

SD 8219   Cartoone

Mike Allison, Jimmy Page (guitar) Mo Trowers (guitar, rhythm guitar) Derek Creigan (bass, guitar, vocals) Chuck E. Coffils (drums)
London, England, released 1969
15790Knick Knack Man
15791Withering Wood
15792The Sadness Of Toby Jugg
15793A Penny For The Sun
15794I'll Stay
15795Girl Of Yesterday
15796I Can't Walk Back
15797Let Me Reassure You
15798Mr. Poor Man
15799Ice Cream Dreams
15800Doing What Mamma Said
15801See Me

SD 8220   Black Pearl

Black Pearl (psychedelic rock group)
released 1969
16133Crazy Chicken
16134Thinkin' 'Bout The Good Times
16135White Devil
16136Soul Satisfaction
16137Forget It
16138Climbing Up The Walls
16139Bent Over
16140Endless Journey
16141Reach Out And Touch The Sky

SD 8221   Ars Nova - Sunshine And Shadows

Jimmy Owens (trumpet, flugelhorn) Jon Pierson (bass trombone, vocals) Warren Bernhardt (piano, organ) Sam Brown (guitar) Wyatt Day (guitar, vocals) Arthur Koenig (bass) Joe Hunt (drums, percussion)
NYC, circa February, 1969
16350Sunshine And Shadows
16351I Was Once
16352Temporary Serenade
16353She Promises Everything
16354Well, Well, Well
16355You Had Better Listen
16356Round Once Again
16357Walk On The Sand
16358Rubbish
16359Please Don't Go Now

SD 8222   Arif Mardin - Glass Onion

Mel Davis, Bernie Glow, Wayne Jackson, Joe Newman, Herb Pomeroy, Al Porcino, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Wayne Andre, Garnett Brown, Jimmy Cleveland, Paul Faulise, Benny Powell (trombone) Ray Alonge, Earl Chapin, Joe DeAngelis (French horn) Harvey Phillips (tuba) Harvey Estrin (flute) Marty Fulterman (oboe) Pepper Adams, Joe Arnold, King Curtis, Andrew Love, Charlie Mariano, Floyd Newman, Seldon Powell, Frank Wess (reeds) Eddie Hinton (harmonica, guitar, vocals) Barry Beckett (piano, electric piano, organ) Arif Mardin (piano, arranger, director) Felix Cavalieri (organ) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums, percussion) David Brigati, Eddie Brigati, Jeanine Greene, Mary Holiday, Donna Thatcher (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Gene Orloff (string leader, violin)
Muscle Shoals, AL, circa late 1968
17011Mary Ann
17012Sympathy For The Devil
17013(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
17014Listen Here
17015Glass Onion
17016Proud Mary
17017Walk On By
17018How Can I Be Sure
17019Strange Brew
17020Ain't No Way
17021Midnight Walk

SD 8223   Lotti Golden - Motor Cycle

Lotti Golden (vocals) and others
March 26, 1969
16620Motor Cycle Michael
16621Gonna Fay's
16622A Lot Like Lucifer (Celia Said Long Time Loser)
16623The Space Queens (Silky Is Sad)
16624Who Are Your Friends
16625Get Together (With Yourself)
16626You Can Find Him

SD 8224   Various Artists - The Super Hits, Vol. 4

Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) and others
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, April 8, 1968
14257Slip Away
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (organ) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill, Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales (Latin percussion) Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, April 16, 1968
14330See-Saw
same personnel
NYC, April 17, 1968
14333I Say A Little Prayer
unknown (trumpet, 2 tenor sax) Bobby Martin (vibes, arranger) Leon Huff (piano) unknown (guitar, electric bass, drums, choir) Archie Bell (vocals)
Philadelphia, PA, May, 1968
14699I Can't Stop Dancing
Dusty Springfield (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN?, September 26, 1968?
15293Son Of A Preacher Man
Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) and others
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 3, 1968?
15372Too Weak To Fight
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Muscle Shoals, AL, November 27, 1968?
15760Hey Jude
Vincent Crane (organ) Sean Nicholas (bass) Dracken Theaker (drums) Arthur Brown (vocals)
Advision Studios, London, England, released 1968
14983Fire

SD 8225   The Sweet Inspirations - Sweets For My Sweet

Cissy Houston (lead vocals) Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vocals) and others
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 24-28, 1969
16443Every Day Will Be Like A Holiday
16444Crying In The Rain
16445Chained
16446Get A Little Order
16447It's Worth It All
16448Let Me Be Lonely
16449It's Not Easy
16450Sweets For My Sweet
16452Don't Go
16453Always David
16454But You Know I Love You

SD 8226   Archie Bell And The Drells - There's Gonna Be A Showdown

unknown (organ, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums, choir, strings) Archie Bell (vocals)
Jones Sound Studios, Houston, TX, October 24, 1968
16216Mama Didn't Teach Me That Way
16217Just A Little Closer
Bobby Martin (vibes, arranger) Leon Huff (piano) Thom Bell (organ, arranger) Roland Chambers, Norman Harris (guitar) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) Vince Montana (percussion) Archie Bell (vocals) Don Renaldo and his string section, Sam Reed and his horn section
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, November 1, 1968
15601I Love My Baby
15602Houston, Texas
15603There's Gonna Be A Showdown
15604Green Power
15605Go For What You Know
15606Giving Up Dancing
unknown (trumpet, baritone sax) Leon Huff (piano) Roland Chambers (guitar, arranger) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) Archie Bell (vocals)
Philadelphia, PA, May 16, 1969
17050Do The Hand Jive
Bobby Martin (vibes) Leon Huff (piano, arranger) Thom Bell (organ, arranger) Roland Chambers, Norman Harris (guitar) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) Archie Bell (vocals) Don Renaldo and his string section, Sam Reed and his horn section
17051Girl You're Too Young
17052Here I Go Again
Archie Bell (vocals) and others
Philadelphia, PA, August 4, 1969?
17509My Balloon's Going Up

SD 8227   Aretha Franklin - Aretha's Gold

Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (electric piano) Lincoln "Chips" Moman (lead guitar) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 24, 1967
11575I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Carolyn Franklin (backing vocals)
11576Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 14, 1967
11704Respect
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Gene Chrisman (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 16, 1967
11753Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 17, 1967
11754(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Ted Sommer (vibes) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Truman Thomas (organ) Jimmy Johnson, Joe South (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) unidentified strings, Ralph Burns (director)
NYC, June 23, 1967
12653Baby, I Love You
12654Chain Of Fools
Bernie Glow, Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Frank Wess (flute, tenor sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) Haywood Henry (baritone sax) Warren Smith (vibes) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano, electric piano, organ) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Eric Clapton, Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, Bobby Womack (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Carolyn Franklin (backing vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group)
NYC, December 16 & 17, 1967
13635Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)
same personnel
NYC, December 19 & 20, 1967
13657Ain't No Way
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) and others
NYC, April 15, 1968
14319Think
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (organ) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill, Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales (Latin percussion) Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, April 16, 1968
14329You Send Me
14330See-Saw
same personnel
NYC, April 17, 1968
14332The House That Jack Built
14333I Say A Little Prayer

SD 8228   Marion Williams - New Message

Junior Mance (piano) Eric Gale (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Marion Williams (vocals, piano, arranger) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) William Fischer (conductor, director)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 7, 1969
16696Around God's Throne (They Don't Come Around Here Anymore)
16697I Shall Be Released
16698People Got To Be Free
Junior Mance (piano) Gary Illingworth (organ) Eric Gale (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Marion Williams (vocals, piano, arranger) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) William Fischer (conductor, director)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 8, 1969
16699I Pity The Poor Immigrant
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 9, 1969
16703I Have A Friend Above All Others
16704How I Got Over
Junior Mance (piano) Eric Gale (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Marion Williams (vocals, piano) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) William Fischer (arranger, conductor)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, May 14, 1969
17035I'm Going To Live The Life I Sing About In My Song
17037Will The Circle Be Unbroken
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, May 15, 1969
17038Mikly White Way
17039The Great Speckled Bird

SD 8229   Crosby, Stills And Nash

Graham Nash, Stephen Stills (piano, organ, guitar, vocals) David Crosby (guitar, vocals) Dallas Taylor (drums)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, April 1, 1969?
16641Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
16642Marrakesh Express
16643Guinnevere
16644You Don't Have To Cry
16645Pre-Road Downs
16646Wooden Ships
16647Lady Of The Island
16648Helplessly Hoping
16649Long Time Gone
1665049 Bye-Byes
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19117.

SD 8230   Roberta Flack - First Take

Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet -2) Benny Powell (trombone -2) Frank Wess (tenor sax -2) Seldon Powell (baritone sax -2) Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff (violin -1) Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke or Theodore Israel (viola -1) Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello -1) Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) John "Bucky" Pizzarelli (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) William Fischer (arranger, conductor -1, arranger -2)
NYC, February 24, 1969
1. 16385Angelitos Negros
2. 16386Tryin' Times
Joe Newman, Jimmy Nottingham (trumpet -1) Benny Powell (trombone -1) Frank Wess (tenor sax -1) Seldon Powell (baritone sax -1) Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff (violin -2/4) Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke or Theodore Israel (viola -2/4) Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello -2/4) Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) John "Bucky" Pizzarelli (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) William Fischer (arranger -1, arranger, conductor -2/4)
NYC, February 25, 1969
1. 16388Compared To What
2. 16389The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
3. 16390Our Ages Or Our Hearts
4. 16392I Told Jesus
Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff (violin) Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke or Theodore Israel (viola) Charles McCracken, George Ricci (cello) Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) John "Bucky" Pizzarelli (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) William Fischer (arranger, conductor)
NYC, February 26, 1969
16393Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
16394Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye

SD 8231   Joe Tex - Buying A Book

Clyde Williams (drums) Joe Tex (vocals) unidentified studio band
Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, March 12, 1969
16509Buying A Book
Joe Tex (vocals) unidentified studio band
Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, April 30, 1969?
16897We Can't Sit Down Now
16898Sure Is Good
16899That's The Way
16900Anything You Wanna Know
16901It Ain't Sanitary
16902The Only Way
16903Grandma Mary
16904Get Your Lies Together
16905The Same Things You Did To Get Me

SD 8232   The Best Of Carla Thomas

Carla Thomas (vocals) and others
Nashville, TN, 1960
5169Gee Whiz
same personnel
Nashville, TN, March 12, 1963
6926(Oh!) What A Fool I've Been
same personnel
Memphis, TN, June 4, 1964
7947(I've Got) No Time To Lose
same personnel
Nashville, TN, October 14, 1964
8211A Woman's Love
same personnel
Memphis, TN?, circa May, 1965???
8919Stop! Look What You're Doing
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 19, 1965
9619Comfort Me
same personnel
Memphis, TN, circa March, 1966???
10010Let Me Be Good To You
same personnel
Memphis, TN, July 18, 1966
10507B-A-B-Y
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Joe Arnold, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Booker T. Jones (piano) Steve Cropper (guitar) Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) Otis Redding, Carla Thomas (vocals)
Memphis, TN, February 6, 1967?
11628Tramp
11631Lovey Dovey
Bring It On Home To Me
Carla Thomas (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN?, circa April 20, 1967?
12261Stop Thief
same personnel
Memphis, TN, November 24, 1967?
13521Pick Up The Pieces
same personnel
Memphis, TN, September 8, 1968?
14004A Dime A Dozen

SD 8233   The Apple Pie Motherhood Band - Apple Pie

Jeff Labes (keyboards) Joe Castagno, Ted Demos (guitar) Dick Barnaby (bass) Jack Bruno (drums)
NYC, February 19, 1969
16338Get Ready
same personnel
NYC, February 20, 1969
16341Orang Utang
same personnel
NYC, February 22, 1969
16343I Just Want To Make Love To You
same personnel
NYC, February 23, 1969
16346Grandmother Hooker
16347Super Music Man
same personnel
NYC, March 6, 1969
16479Brown Eyed Handsome Man
16480He Turned You On
same personnel
NYC, March 9, 1969
16483Gypsy

SD 8234   Rune Gustafsson - Rune At The Top

Kjell Ohman (piano) Rune Gustafsson (guitar) George Wadenius (electric bass) Jon Christensen (drums) Georg Riedel (arranger, conductor)
Stockholm, Sweden, February 3, 1969
16875 | 16670California Dreaming
16877 | 16669By The Time I Get To Phoenix
16879 | 16676The Look Of Love
16882 | 16667Wichita Lineman
16883 | 16673Up, Up And Away
16884 | 16671Waltz-A-Nova
same personnel
Stockholm, Sweden, February 4, 1969
16876 | 16668Son Of A Preacher Man
16878 | 16674Me On The See-Saw
16880 | 16672California Soul
16881 | 16675The Fool On The Hill

SD 8235   Barney Kessel - Hair Is Beautiful

Steve Gray (organ) Barney Kessel (guitar) Ike Isaacs (rhythm guitar) Tony Campo (electric bass) Barry Morgan (drums)
London, England, November 2, 1968
16854Aquarius
16855Frank Mills
16856Where Do I Go
16860Easy To Be Hard
Kenny Salmon (organ) Barney Kessel (guitar) Ike Isaacs (rhythm guitar) Tony Campo (electric bass) Barry Morgan (drums)
London, England, circa November, 1968
16857I Got Life
16858Walking In Space
16859Ain't Got Me
16861Hare Krishna
16862Good Morning Starshine
16863Donna

SD 8236   Led Zeppelin II

Jimmy Page (electric guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica)
London, England?, August 22, 1969?;
London, England?, released October 22, 1969
17570Whole Lotta Love
17571What Is And What Should Never Be
17572The Lemon Song
17573Thank You
17574Heartbreaker
17575Living Loving Maid (She's Just A Woman)
17576Ramble On
17577Moby Dick
17578Bring It On Home
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19127.

SD 8237   Don Covay And The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band - The House Of Blue Lights

Joe Richardson (lead guitar) Margaret Williams (guitar) Butch Valentine (bass) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass -1,3) Danny Jones (drums) Don Covay (vocals, guitar)
NYC, March 5, 1969
1. 16711Mad Dog Blues
2. 16712Key To The Highway
3. 16713The House Of Blue Lights, Part 1
4. 16714Four Women
5. 16715The Blues Don't Knock
6. 16716Blues Ain't Nothin' But A Good Woman On Your Mind
Joe Richardson (lead guitar) Margaret Williams (guitar) Butch Valentine (bass) Danny Jones (drums) Don Covay (vocals, guitar)
NYC, March 8, 1969
16718Shut Your Mouth
same personnel
NYC, April 8, 1969
16720Homemade Love
16721Steady Roller
16724But I Forgive You Blues
Don Covay (vocals) and others
NYC?, May 6, 1969
16963The House Of Blue Lights, Part 2

SD 8238   Clarence Carter - Testifin'

Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) and others
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 3, 1968?
15366Back Door Santa
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 6, 1969
16176Snatching It Back
16177Making Love (At The Dark End Of The Street)
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 2, 1969?
16954Bad News
16955Soul Deep
16956I Smell A Rat
16957Doin' Our Thing
16958You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
16959Instant Reaction
16960I Can't Do Without You
same personnel
May 13, 1969
16996The Feeling Is Right

SD 8239   Boz Scaggs

Al Lester (violin) Barry Beckett (keyboards) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Boz Scaggs (guitar, vocals) Duane Allman (Dobro, slide guitar) David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) plus Ben Cauley (trumpet) Charles Chalmers (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) plus Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Joe Arnold (tenor sax) James Mitchell (baritone sax) plus Jeannie Greene, Mary Holiday, Donna Thatcher (backing vocals) plus Joyce Dunn, Tracy Nelson, Irma Routen (backing vocals)
Muscle Shoals, AL, May 5-10, 1969
17256I'm Easy
17257I'll Be Long Gone
17258Another Day (Another Letter)
17259Now You're Gone
17260Finding Her
17261Look What I Got!
17262Waiting For A Train
17263Loan Me A Dime
17264Sweet Release
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19166.

SD 8240   Banchee

Banchee (psychedelic rock group)
August 27, 1969
17584The Night Is Calling
17585Train Of Life
17586As Me Thinks
17587Follow A Dream
17588Beautifully Day
17589Hands Of A Clock
17590I Just Don't Know
17591Evolmia
17592Tom's Island

SD 8241   Leslie Uggams - Just To Satisfy You

Leslie Uggams (vocals) and others
circa August, 1969???
17593Time To Get It Together
17594Fly Me To The Moon
17595Just To Satisfy You
17596Popi
17597Someone Is Standing Outside
17598In The Ghetto
17599That Old Sweet Roll (Hi-De-Ho)
17600She'll Have To Go
17601Put A Little Love In Your Heart
17602He's Got The Whole World In His Hands

SD 8242   Jimmy Scott - The Source

Joe Gentle (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Junior Mance (piano) Eric Gale or Billy Butler (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Jimmy Scott (vocals) unidentified strings, Gene Orloff or Selwart Clarke (string director) Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, March 3, 1969
16461Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
16462This Love Of Mine
16463I Wish I Knew
add Cissy Houston (vocals) William Fisher (arranger)
NYC, March 4, 1969
16464Day By Day
16465On Broadway
16466Exodus
Joe Gentle (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Junior Mance (piano) Eric Gale or Billy Butler (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Bruno Carr (drums) Jimmy Scott (vocals) unidentified strings, Gene Orloff or Selwart Clarke (string director) William Fisher (arranger)
NYC, March 5, 1969
16467Unchained Melody
16469Our Day Will Come

SD 8243   Yes (First Album)

Tony Kaye (organ) Peter Banks (guitar, vocals) Chris Squire (bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (drums) Jon Anderson (vocals)
London, England?, July 25, 1969?
17404Beyond And Before
17405I See You
17406Yesterday And Today
17407Looking Around
17408Harold Land
17409Every Little Thing
17410Survival
Tony Kaye (organ) Peter Banks (guitar) Chris Squire (bass) Bill Bruford (drums) Jon Anderson (vocals, percussion)
London, England?, released October 15, 1969
17166Sweetness

SD 8244   The Golden Earring - Eight Miles High

Barry Hay (flute, guitar, vocals) George Kooymans (guitar, vocals) Marinus Gerritsen (bass, vocals) Sieb Warner (drums, flute, congas)
September 19, 1969?
17736Landing
17737Song Of A Devil's Servant
17738One Huge Road
17739Everyday's Torture
17740Eight Miles High

SD 8245   King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King

Ian McDonald (reeds, woodwinds, vibes, keyboards, Mellotron, vocals) Robert Fripp (guitar) Greg Lake (electric bass, lead vocals) Michael Giles (drums, percussion, vocals)
Wessex Sound Studios, London, England, released October, 1969
1765521st Century Schizoid Man (including "Mirrors")
17656I Talk To The Wind
17657Epitaph (including "March For No Reason" and "Tomorrow And Tomorrow")
17658Moonchild (including "The Dream" and "The Illusion")
17659The Court Of The Crimson King (including "The Return Of The Fire Witch" and "The Dance Of The Puppets")
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19155.

SD 8246   The Rascals - See

The Rascals (pop group)
NYC, March 27, 1969
16756See (version I)
same personnel
NYC, March 28, 1969
16763I'd Like To Take You Home
same personnel
NYC, April 4, 1969
16764Real Thing
16765Hold On
same personnel
NYC, April 10, 1969
16760Away, Away
same personnel
NYC, May 12, 1969
17065Carry Me Back
same personnel
NYC, May 13, 1969
17223Nubia
same personnel
NYC, June 10, 1969
17226Stop And Think
same personnel
NYC, June 12, 1969
17228Death's Reply
same personnel
Decca Studios, NYC, September 17, 1969
17774Temptation's 'Bout To Get Me
17775I'm Blue
same personnel
Decca Studios, NYC, circa October, 1969???
17884Remember Me

SD 8247   MC5 - Back In The U.S.A.

Danny Jordan (keyboards) Wayne Kramer (guitar) Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar, lead vocals) Michael Davis (bass) Dennis Thompson (drums) Rob Tyner (lead vocals)
GM Studios, East Detroit, MI, July 21, 1969
17936The American Ruse
17937Tutti Frutti
17938The Human Being Lawnmower
17939High School
17940Back In The U.S.A.
17941Shakin' Street
17942Let Me Try
Danny Jordan (keyboards) Wayne Kramer, Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar) Michael Davis (bass) Dennis Thompson (drums) Rob Tyner (lead vocals)
Detroit, MI?, September 10, 1969?
17661Call Me Animal
17662Teenage Lust
same personnel
Detroit, MI, September, 1969?
17696Tonight
17697Looking At You

SD 8248   Aretha Franklin - This Girl's In Love With You

King Curtis (tenor sax) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson or Jerry Weaver (guitar) Duane Allman (guitar -3) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
NYC, January 8, 1969
1. 16094Share Your Love With Me
2. 16095The Weight
3. 16096It Ain't Fair
King Curtis (tenor sax) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson or Jerry Weaver (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
NYC, January 9, 1969
16097Sit Down And Cry
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, October 3, 1969
17813Eleanor Rigby
17814Call Me
17816Dark End Of The Street
17817This Girl's In Love With You
17818Son Of A Preacher Man
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) and others
NYC, circa October, 1969???
17825Let It Be

SD 8249   Dusty Springfield - A Brand New Me

Dusty Springfield (vocals) and others
October 6, 1969
17830A Brand New Me
17831Bad Case Of The Blues
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, October 16, 1969
18041Lost
18042Never Love Again
18043Let Me In Your Way
18044Let's Get Together Soon
18045Joe
18046Silly, Silly Fool
18047The Star Of My Show
18048Let's Talk It Over

SD 8250   Wilson Pickett - Right On

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) Tom Dowd (director)
Memphis, TN, September 19, 1968?
15256Woman Likes To Hear That
Wilson Pickett (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Rick Hall (arranger)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 20, 1969
17180Hey Joe
Billy Carter (keyboards) Jim O'Rourke (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Tubby Ziegler (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, August 29, 1969
17670She Said Yes
17671Sweet Inspiration
17672Steal Away
17674Funky Way
17675You Keep Me Hangin' On
Barry Beckett (piano, organ) Eddie Hinton (lead guitar) Jimmy Johnson (rhythm guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, November 19, 1969
18138Groovy Little Woman
18139This Old Town
18141It's Still Good
18143Sugar, Sugar
18144Lord Pity Us All

SD 8251   John Hammond - Southern Fried

John Hammond (guitar, harmonica, vocals) and others
July 8, 1969
17310Mystery Train
17312Nadine
17314My Time After A While
17315It's Too Late
17316Can't Be Satisfied
17317Need To Go No Farther
17318I'm Tore Down
17320Riding In The Moonlight
same personnel
Muscle Shoals, AL, November 21, 1969
18145Shake For Me
18146I'm Leavin' You
18147Cryin' For My Baby
18148You'll Be Mine

SD 8252   Mongo Santamaria - Feelin' Alright

Charles Owens (tenor sax) Mongo Santamaria (percussion) Marty Sheller (arranger) and others
NYC, September 11, 1969
17718I Can't Get Next To You
17719Heighty-Hi
same personnel
Wally Heider Recording Studio III, Los Angeles, CA, October 6, 1969
17896Feelin' Allright
17897On Broadway
17903Hip Hug-Her
17904In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
17905Hold On, I'm Coming
17912Fever
same personnel
Wally Heider Recording Studio III, Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 1969
17898Sunshine Of Your Love
17899Tracks Of My Tears
same personnel
Wally Heider Recording Studio III, Los Angeles, CA, October 8, 1969
17909By The Time I Get To Phoenix

SD 8253   The Sweet Inspirations - Sweet Sweet Soul

Ugene Dozier, Leonard Pakula (piano) Thom Bell (organ) Bobby Eli, Norman Harris (guitar) Roland Chambers (guitar, arranger) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) George Cannon, Garnell Johnson (congas, bongos) Vince Montana (percussion, vibes) Cissy Houston (lead vocals) Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (vocals) Don Renaldo and his string section, Sam Reed and his horn section, Bobby Martin (arranger)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, November 11, 1969
18105Shut-Up!!!
18106Give My Love To Somebody
18107Two Can Play The Game
18108(Gotta Find) A Brand New Lover, Part 1&2
18109Ain't Nothin' In The World
18110Them Boys
18111Flash In The Pan
18112At Last I've Found A Love
18113That's The Way My Baby Is

SD 8254   Joe Tex With Strings And Things

Bobby Emmons (piano) Reggie Young (guitar) Mike Leech (electric bass) Joe Tex (vocals) Eddie Williams (arranger, director) and others
American Sound Studios, Memphis, TN, October 10, 1969?
17878You're Right, Ray Charles
17883(When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again) I Can't See You No More
Joe Tex (vocals) Eddie Williams (arranger) and others
probably Woodland Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, December 4, 1969?
18183Everything Happens On Time
18184The Same Old Soup
18185I Love You And I Thank You
18186A Little Friendly Advice
18187Take My Baby A Little Love
18188She Might Need Me
18189Daddy's Got A Bad Back
18190My Wife My Woman

SD 8255   Champion Jack Dupree - Blues From The Gutter

Champion Jack Dupree (piano, vocals) Joe Williams (bass) George DeHart (drums)
Cincinnati, OH, May 29, 1955
16799Walking The Blues
Pete Brown (alto sax) Champion Jack Dupree (piano, vocals) Ennis Lowery (guitar) Wendell Marshall (bass) Willie Jones (drums)
NYC, February 4, 1958
2954T.B. Blues
2956Junker's Blues
2957Goin' Down Slow
2958Can't Kick The Habit
2959Bad Blood
2960Nasty Boogie Woogie
2961Stack-O-Lee
2963Evil Woman
2964Frankie And Johnny

SD 8256   T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Blues

Andrew "Goon" Gardner (alto sax) Eddie Chamblee (tenor sax) McKinley Easton (baritone sax) John Young (piano) T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocals) Ransom Knowling (bass) Leroy Jackson (drums)
Chicago, IL, April 21, 1955
1517Papa Ain't Salty
1520T-Bone Shuffle
Junior Wells (harmonica) "Jimmy Rogers" (guitar) T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocals) Willie Dixon (bass) Francey Clay (drums)
1521Play On Little Girl
Lloyd Glenn (piano) T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocals) Billy Hadnott (bass) Otis Lee Bradley (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 14, 1956
2314 | 2272Mean Old World
2316 | 2274T-Bone Blues
2317 | 2275Stormy Monday Blues
2318 | 2276Blues For Marili
2319 | 2277Shufflin' The Blues
Plas Johnson (tenor sax) Ray Johnson (piano) Barney Kessel, R.S. Rankin (guitar) T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocals) Joe Comfort (bass) Earl Palmer (drums)
Los Angeles, CA, December 27, 1957
2902Evenin'
2904Two Bones And A Pick
290712 Bar Blues (as Blues Rock) (instrumental)
** reissue of Atlantic LP 8020.

SD 8257   Inside Shel Silverstein

Shel Silverstein (guitar, vocals)
NYC, November 13, 1962
6595Boa Constrictor
6597Wreck Of The Old '49
6600The Unicorn
6601Bury Me In My Shades
Bananas
The Slitheree-Dee
same personnel
NYC, November 19, 1962
663325 Minutes To Go
6634Civil War Song
6635You're Always Welcome At Our House
6638Beans Taste Fine
6639Standing On The Outside Of Your Shelter
6646Never Bite A Married Woman On The Thigh
6648Have Another Espresso
same personnel
NYC, November 26, 1962
6659(Tall And Handsome) Liz
6665Folk Singer's Blues
same personnel
NYC, January 9, 1963
6704The Hip Song (as It Does Not Pay To Be Hip)
6705Blue Eyes
** reissue of Atlantic LP 8072 entitled "Inside Folk Songs".

SD 8258   Mott The Hoople

Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums)
London, England?, July, 1969
18465You Really Got Me
18466At The Crossroads
18467Laugh At Me
18468Backsliding Fearlessly
18470Rock And Roll Queen
18471Rabbit Foot And Toby Time
18472Half Moon Bay
18473Wrath And Wroll

SD 8259   Eugene McDaniels - Outlaw

Jane Getz (piano) Bruce Johnson, Hugh McCracken, Eric Weissberg (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Buck Clarke (percussion) Gene McDaniels (vocals) Bill Fischer (arranger)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, February 9, 1970
18556Silent Majority
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, February 10, 1970
18558Reverend Lee
18559Sagittarius Red
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, February 11, 1970
18561Welfare City
18562Love Letter To America
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, February 12, 1970
18563Cherrystones
18564Outlaw
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, February 13, 1970
18565Black Boy
18566Unspoken Dreams Of Light

SD 8260   Loudon Wainwright III - Album I

John "Bucky" Pizzarelli (guitar) Bob Cranshaw (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Loudon Wainwright III (vocals)
NYC, December 5, 1969
18194I Don't Care
Loudon Wainwright III (guitar, vocals)
NYC, January 19, 1970
18944School Days
same personnel
NYC, February 16, 1970
18636Bruno's Place
18637Ode To Pittsburgh
same personnel
NYC, February 17, 1970
18639Central Square Song
18640Uptown
18641Four Is A Magic Number
18644Glad To See You've Got Religion
18645Movies Are A Mother To Me
same personnel
NYC, February 19, 1970
18647Black Uncle Remus
same personnel
NYC, May 8, 1970
19235Hospital Lady

SD 8261   Side Show

Side Show
NYC, June 27, 1969
17306Joe
Ken Zeserson (sax, lead guitar, vocals) Ken Bischel (keyboards, synthesizer, trumpet, melodica, vocals) Gregg Kreutz (bass, harmonica, vocals) Paul Giovanni (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, 12-string guitar) Tony Studd (trombone) John Sachs (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bill Lavornia, Gordon Gottlieb (drums) Cissy Houston (vocals) Arif Mardin (finger cymbals, string interludes)
NYC, July 23, 1969
17269Ah!
same personnel
NYC, July 24, 1969
17271Joanna
same personnel
NYC, July 25, 1969
17272The Pill
Ice
NYC, December 8, 1969
18245Cold Coffee
18246Carolyn
same personnel
NYC, December 9, 1969
18247Jinx
18248The Duel
18249Rooster
18250Supper

SD 8262   The Assembled Multitude

Tom Sellers (arranger, conductor) and others
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, April 13, 1970
19259Overture From Tommy
same personnel
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, August 15, 1970
19662Woodstock
19663Where The Woodbine Twineth
19664Ohio
19665Singalong Junk
19666MacArthur Park
19667The Princess And The Soldier
19668Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa
19669While My Guitar Gently Weeps
19670Mr. Peppercorn
19671I Want You (She's So Heavy)

SD 8263   Tamalpais Exchange

Pamela Talus (keyboards, vocals) Susan Kay, Michael Knight (guitar, vocals) Mike Brandt (guitar, vocals, vocal arranger) Ralf Rost (bass) Ronnie Bedford (drums) Penelope Anne Bodry, Buckets Lowery (vocals)
NYC, April 8, 1970
18975King
same personnel
NYC, April 9, 1970
18976Why Don't You Believe Me
18977If I Had The Answers
18978Pied Piper
same personnel
NYC, April 10, 1970
18980Anthem
18981Never Ever Land
18982World
Pamela Talus (keyboards, vocals) Susan Kay, Michael Knight (guitar, vocals) Mike Brandt (guitar, vocals, vocal arranger) Don Payne, Ralf Rost (bass) Ronnie Bedford (drums) Penelope Anne Bodry, Buckets Lowery (vocals)
NYC, April 13, 1970
18983Flying Somehow
Pamela Talus (keyboards, vocals) Susan Kay, Michael Knight (guitar, vocals) Mike Brandt (guitar, vocals, vocal arranger) Ralf Rost (bass) Ronnie Bedford (drums) Penelope Anne Bodry, Buckets Lowery (vocals)
NYC, April 14, 1970
18984Understand It
18985Wish
18986L.A. Incident
18987Here We Are
same personnel
NYC, April 15, 1970
18988Balnesmoor Lane
18990Maybe Tomorrow

SD 8264   Thunderclap Newman - Hollywood Dream

Andy Newman (soprano sax, flute, oboe, kazoo, bass sax, cymbals, vocals) Chris Morphet (harmonica) Jimmy McCulloch (guitar, maracas) John "Speedy" Keen (drums, percussion, organ, tambourine, vocals) Ian Green (string arranger)
released 1970 or 1969
19562Hollywood, No. 1
19563The Reason
19564Open The Door Homer
19565Look Around
19566Accidents
19567Wild Country
19568When I Think
19569The Old Cornmill
19570I Don't Know
19571Hollywood Dream (instrumental)
19572Hollywood, No. 2
19573Something In The Air

SD 8265   Aretha Franklin - Spirit In The Dark

Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Duane Allman, Cornell Dupree, Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
NYC, May 26, 1969
17151Oh No, Not My Baby
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Duane Allman (guitar -2) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Almeda Lattimore (backing vocals -2)
NYC, May 27, 1969
1. 17152Honest I Do
2. 17153When The Battle Is Over
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Duane Allman, Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, October 3, 1969
17812Pullin'
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dave Crawford (organ) Jimmy O'Rourke (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Ray Lucas (drums)
17819Try Matty's
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Jim Dickinson, Mike Utley (keyboards) Charlie Freeman (guitar) Tommy McClure (bass) Sammy Creason (drums) overdubs: The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) overdubs: Almeda Lattimore, Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant (backing vocals) overdubs: Pat Lewis, Almeda Lattimore, Wyline Ivy, Evelyn Greene (backing vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, March 10, 1970?
18701That's All I Want From You
18702The Thrill Is Gone
18703You And Me
18705Spirit In The Dark
18706Don't Play That Song
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dave Crawford (organ) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) overdubs: Almeda Lattimore, Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant (backing vocals) overdubs: Pat Lewis, Almeda Lattimore, Wyline Ivy, Evelyn Greene (backing vocals)
18704Why I Sing The Blues
18707One Way Ticket

SD 8266   King Crimson - In The Wake Of Poseidon

Mel Collins (sax, flute) Keith Tippett (piano) Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron) Peter Giles (electric bass) Michael Giles (drums) Greg Lake (lead vocals) Gordon Haskell (vocals) Peter Sinfield (words)
Wessex Sound Studios, London, England?, released 1970
19246Peace-A Beginning
19247Pictures Of A City / 42nd At Treadmill
19248Cadence And Cascade
19249In The Wake Of Poseidon / Libra's Theme
19250Peace-A Theme
19251Cat Food
19252The Devil's Triangle
19253The Devil's Triangle: Merday Morn
19254The Devil's Triangle: Hand Of Scuron
19255The Devil's Triangle: Garden Of Worm
19256Peace-An End

SD 8267   Clarence Carter - Patches

Jack Peck (trumpet) Harrison Calloway (trumpet, arranger) Harvey Thompson, Aaron Varnell (tenor sax) Ronnie Eades (baritone sax) Clayton Ivey (keyboards) Albert Lowe, Travis Wammack (guitar) Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) Jerry Masters, Bob Wray (bass) Cornell McFadden, Fred Prouty (drums) Charles Chalmers, Donna Rhodes, Sandy Rhodes (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Jimmy Haskell (arranger)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, August 3, 1970
19807Willie And Laura Mae Jones
19808Say Man
19809I'm Just A Prisoner (Of Your Good Lovin')
19810Let It Be
19811I Can't Leave Your Love Alone
19812Your Love Lifted Me
19813Till I Can't Take It Anymore
19814Patches
19815It's All In Your Mind
19816Changes
19817C.C. Blues
19818Getting The Bills (But No Merchandise)

SD 8268   Dick Holler - Someday Soon

Dick Holler, and others
Mira Sound Studios, NYC, April 16, 1970
19317Mother, Where's Your Daughter / Where Will The Love Come From
19318Little Joe (They're Out To Get You)
19319Walk With Me, My Friend
19320Hey-Hey-Ho
19321Abraham, Martin And John
19322My Friend Joe
19323Alice
19324Fat Daddy
19325Standin' On An Iceberg
19326Christmas Time In Alabam'

SD 8269   Jo Mama

Ollie Mitchell, Bob Williams (trumpet) Mayo Tiana (trombone) Michael Dubkin (tenor sax) Ralph Schuckett (keyboards, vocals) Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar (guitar, congas, vocals) Charles Larkey (bass) Bishop O'Brien (drums, vibes) Jo Mama (vocals) Abigale Haness (backing vocals)
Crystal Sound Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, released December, 1970
19941Machine Gun Kelly
19942Midnight Rider
19943Searching High, Searching Low
19944Lighten Up, Tighten Up
19945Venga Venga
19946Sailing
19947Great Balls Of Fire
19948The Sky Is Falling
19949The Word Is Goodbye
19950Check Out This Gorilla
19951Cotton Eyed Joe
19952Love'll Get You High

SD 8270   Wilson Pickett In Philadelphia

Vince Montana (vibes, percussion) Ugene Dozier (piano) Lenny Pakula (piano, arranger) Thom Bell (organ) Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli, Norman Harris (guitar) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) Don Renaldo and his string section, Sam Reed and his horn section, Bobby Martin (arranger)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, January 14, 1970
19706Run Joey Run
19707Bumble Bee (Sting Me)
19708Days Go By
19709Ain't No Doubt About It
19710Come Right Here
19711Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
19712Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number 9, Part 1
19714International Playboy
19715Help The Needy
19724Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number 9, Part 2

SD 8271   Sam Samudio - Sam, Hard And Heavy

Sam Samudio (guitar, mouth harp, vocals) Freddy Hester (bass) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) plus The Dixie Flyers: Jim Dickinson (piano, guitar) Mike Utley (organ) Charlie Freeman (guitar) Tommy McClure (bass) Sammy Creason (drums) plus The Memphis Horns: Roger Hopps, Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Jack Hale (trombone) Ed Logan (tenor sax) Andrew Love (tenor sax, flute) Jimmy Mitchell (baritone sax)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, January 27, 1971
21032Sweet Release
21033Key To The Highway
21034Don't Put Me On
2103515 Degrees (Capricorn)
21036Goin' Upstairs
21037Homework
21038Relativity
21039Lonely Avenue
21040I Know It's Too Late / Starchild
21041Let's Burn Down The Cornfield

SD 8272   Mott The Hoople - Mad Shadows

Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums)
London, England, released November, 1970
19795Thunderbuck Ram
19796No Wheels To Ride
19797You Are One Of Us
19798Walkin' With A Mountain
19799I Can Feel
19800Threads Of Iron
19801When My Mind's Gone

SD 8273   Yes - Time And A Word

Tony Kaye (organ) Peter Banks (guitar, vocals) Chris Squire (bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (drums) Jon Anderson (vocals) Tony Cox (arranger)
London, England?, June 29, 1970?
19600No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
19601Then
19602Everydays
19603Sweet Dreams
19604The Prophet
19605Clear Days
19606Astral Traveler
19607Time And A Word

SD 8274   Various Artists - The Super Hits, Vol. 5

The Rascals (pop group)
NYC, March 27, 1969
16756See (version I)
Jimmy Page (electric guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica)
London, England?, August 22, 1969?;
London, England?, released October 22, 1969
18055Whole Lotta Love (edited version)
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, October 3, 1969
17814Call Me
Barry Beckett (piano, organ) Eddie Hinton (lead guitar) Jimmy Johnson (rhythm guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, November 19, 1969
18143Sugar, Sugar
Stephen Stills (organ, guitar, vocals) David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young (guitar, vocals) and others
Los Angeles, CA, May 19, 1970
19330Ohio
Andy Newman (soprano sax, flute, oboe, kazoo, bass sax, cymbals, vocals) Chris Morphet (harmonica) Jimmy McCulloch (guitar, maracas) John "Speedy" Keen (drums, percussion, organ, tambourine, vocals) Ian Green (string arranger)
released 1970 or 1969
19573Something In The Air

SD 8275   The J. Geils Band

Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (piano, organ) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, September 11, 1970
20119 | 20084Serves You Right To Suffer
20120 | 20085Wait
20121 | 20086Hard Drivin' Man
20122 | 20087Homework
20123 | 20088Ice Breaker
20124 | 20089Cruisin' For A Love
20125 | 20090On Borrowed Time
20126 | 20091Pack Fair And Square
20127 | 20092First I Look At The Purse
20128 | 20093What's Your Hurry
20129 | 20094Sno-Cone

SD 8276   The Rascals - Search And Nearness

Felix Cavaliere (keyboards, vocals) Gene Cornish (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Dino Danelli (drums) David Brigati, Cissy Houston, Tasha Thomas (backing vocals)
Decca Studios, NYC, October 21, 1969
17999I Believe
Felix Cavaliere (keyboards, vocals) Gene Cornish (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Dino Danelli (drums) Eddie Brigati (vocals) David Brigati (backing vocals) and others
NYC, January 19, 1970
18942Ready For Love
18943You Don't Know
Felix Cavaliere (keyboards, vocals) Gene Cornish (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Dino Danelli (drums) David Brigati (backing vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group)
Decca Studios, NYC, February 24-28, 1970
18688Almost Home
18691Glory, Glory
Joe Newman (trumpet) Joe Farrell, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) Felix Cavaliere (keyboards, vocals) Gene Cornish (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Dino Danelli (drums) Eddie Brigati (vocals)
The Record Plant, NYC, July 7, 1970
20134Right On
20136Nama
20137The Letter
Felix Cavaliere (keyboards, vocals) Gene Cornish (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass -1) Chuck Rainey (electric bass -2) Dino Danelli (drums) Eddie Brigati (vocals)
circa October, 1970???
1. 20330Thank You Baby
2. 20331Fortunes

SD 8277   Mitch Miller And The Gang - Peace Sing A Long

Dick Hyman, Bernie Leighton (keyboards) Don Arnone, Al Caiola, Tony Mottola (guitar) Frank Carroll (electric bass) Frank Garisto (drums) The Gang: Andy Love, Bob Miller, Phil Olson, Gordon Cross, Carter Farriss, Bob Flavelle, Ralph Fields, Jack Brown, Bill Ventura, Johnny Smedberg, Ralph Nyland, Harley Streif, Frank Raye, Jim Farmer, Sam Carter, Adrian Revere, Millard Williams, Jim Pollack, Keith Booth, Stan Carlson, Nelson Starr, Andy Love, Bob Miller, Phil Olson, Gordon Cross, Carter Farriss, Bob Flavelle, Ralph Fields, Jack Brown, Bill Ventura, Johnny Smedberg, Ralph Nyland, Harley Streif, Frank Raye, Jim Farmer, Sam Carter, Adrian Revere, Millard Williams, Jim Pollack, Keith Booth, Stan Carlson, Nelson Starr, Mike Stewart, Chuck Magruder, Milton Grayson (vocal group?) Mitch Miller (conductor) Jimmy Carroll (arranger)
Columbia 30th Street Studios, NYC, November 2, 1970
20451Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream
20452If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song)
20453Carry It On
20454Where Have All The Flowers Gone
20455If We Only Have Love
20456We Shall Overcome
20457This Land Is Your Land
20458Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)
20459Blowin' In The Wind
20460What The World Needs Now Is Love
20461Give Peace A Chance

SD 8278   King Crimson - Lizard

Marc Charig (cornet) Nick Evans (trombone) Robin Miller (oboe, English horn) Mel Collins (sax, flute) Keith Tippett (piano, electric piano) Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron, keyboards) Gordon Haskell (electric bass, vocals) Andy McCulloch (drums) Jon Anderson (vocals) Peter Sinfield (words)
Wessex Sound Studios, London, England, released 1971
20587Cirkus (including "Entry Of The Chameleons")
20588Indoor Games
20589Happy Family
20590Lady Of The Dancing Water
20591Prince Rupert Awakes
20592Bolero-The Peacock's Tale
20593The Battle Of Glass Tears (including "Dawn Song", "Last Skirmish" and "Prince Ruper's Lament")
20594Big Top

SD 8279   Alamo

Ken Woodley (organ, vocals) Larry Raspberry (guitar) Larry Davis (bass) Richard Rosebrough (drums, percussion)
Ardent Recording Studios, Memphis, TN, December 1, 1970
20781Got To Find Another Way
20782Soft And Gentle
20783The World We Seek
20784Question Raised
20785Bensome Changes
20786All New People
20787Get The Feeling
20788Happiness Is Free

SD 8280   Papa Nebo

Bob Mintzer (sax, flute, clarinet) Ann Leathers (violin) Sal Costanzo (piano, organ, harpsichord) Brendan Harkin (guitar, electric guitar, vocals) Michael Packer (guitar, vocals) Sandy Allen (bass, vocals) Ken Adams (drums)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, October 23, 1970
20438Makes Me Feel Fine
20440Live In Missouri
20441Louisiana Woman
20442Buford Claxton
20443Lazy Day
20444Judson Queen
20445Feel It Inside
20446On The Bus To Meet Brenden: But He Wasn't There
20447Smile In The Sky
20448I Can't Make It Today
20449Smooth Pat

SD 8281   Eugene McDaniels - Headless Heroes Of The Apocalypse

Harry Whitaker (piano, director) Richie Resnicoff (guitar) Miroslav Vitous (bass) Gary King (electric bass) Alphonse Mouzon (drums) Gene McDaniels (vocals) Carla Cargill (backing vocals) Welfare City Choir, plus overdubs: Harry Whitaker (piano -3) Richie Resnicoff (guitar, leader -3) Miroslav Vitous (bass -3) Alphonse Mouzon (drums -3)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, October 6, 1970
1. 20333Lovin' Man
2. 20336Headless Heroes
3. 20337Jagger The Dagger
4. 20338The Parasite (For Buffy)
Harry Whitaker (piano, director) Richie Resnicoff (guitar) Miroslav Vitous (bass) Gary King (electric bass) Alphonse Mouzon (drums) Gene McDaniels (vocals) Carla Cargill (backing vocals) Welfare City Choir, plus overdubs: Harry Whitaker (piano) Richie Resnicoff (guitar, leader) Miroslav Vitous (bass) Alphonse Mouzon (drums)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, October 7, 1970
20339The Lord Is Back
20340Freedom Death Dance
Harry Whitaker (piano, director) Richie Resnicoff (guitar) Miroslav Vitous (bass) Gary King (electric bass) Alphonse Mouzon (drums) Gene McDaniels (vocals) Carla Cargill (backing vocals) Welfare City Choir
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, October 8, 1970
20334Susan Jane
20335Supermarket Blues

SD 8282   The Best Of Clarence Carter

Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) and others
NYC, April 3, 1968
14198Funky Fever
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, April 8, 1968
14257Slip Away
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 3, 1968?
15372Too Weak To Fight
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 6, 1969
16176Snatching It Back
16177Making Love (At The Dark End Of The Street)
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 2, 1969?
16956I Smell A Rat
16957Doin' Our Thing
16958You Can't Miss What You Can't Measure
same personnel
May 13, 1969
16996The Feeling Is Right
same personnel
NYC, July 28, 1969
17429Take It Off Him And Put It On Me
same personnel
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, September 24, 1969
18666I Can't Leave Your Love Alone
Clarence Carter (guitar, vocals) unidentified strings, Jimmy Gordon (arranger)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, June 17, 1970
19593Patches

SD 8283   The Yes Album

Colin Goldring (recorder) Tony Kaye (piano, organ, synthesizer) Steve Howe (guitar, electric guitar, vachalia, vocals) Chris Squire (electric bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (drums, percussion) Jon Anderson (vocals, percussion)
IBC Studios, London, England, fall 1970
21098Yours Is No Disgrace
21099The Clap
21100Starship Trooper: Life Seeker / Disillusion / Wurm
21101I've Seen All Good People: Your Move / All Good People
21102A Venture
21103Perpetual Change
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19131.

SD 8284   Mott The Hoople - Wildlife

Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums)
Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, February 10, 1970
21114Wrong Side Of The River
Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums) Jess Roden, Stan Tippins, Mick Ralphs, Ian Hunter (chorus)
Island Studios, London, England, September 10, 1970
21116Lay Down
Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums)
"Fairfield Halls", Croydon, London, England, September 13, 1970
21119Home Is Where I Want To Be
21120Keep A Knockin'
James Archer (violin -2) Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Gerry Hogan (pedal steel guitar -4,5) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums) unidentified strings (-3) Michael Gray (arranger, conductor -3)
Island Studios, London, England, November-December, 1970
1. 21112Whiskey Women
2. 21113Angel Of 8th Avenue
3. 21115Waterlow
4. 21117It Must Be Love
5. 21118Original Mixed-Up Kid

SD 8285   MC5 - High Time

Wayne Kramer (piano, guitar, vocals) Skip "Van Winkle" Knapp (organ) Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar, sandpaper) Michael Davis (bass, vocals) Dennis Thompson (drums, tambourine) Rob Tyner (lead vocals)
Artie Fields Studios, Detroit, MI, 1970?
20049Miss X
Fred "Sonic" Smith (harmonica, organ, guitar, vocals) Pete Kelly (piano) Wayne Kramer (guitar, vocals) Michael Davis (bass, vocals) Dennis Thompson (drums, tambourine, vocals) Rob Tyner (lead vocals, harmonica, maracas) Charles Moore (flugelhorn, vocals) Freedom Now: Joanne Hill, Brenda Knight, Marlene Driscoll (vocal group) overdubs: Larry Horton (trombone) David Oversteak (tuba) Butch O'Brien (bass drum)
Artie Fields Studios, Detroit, MI, 1970
20050Sister Anne
Wayne Kramer (piano, guitar, vocals) Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar, vocals) Michael Davis (bass, vocals) Dennis Thompson (drums, reen) Rob Tyner (lead vocals, rockas)
20051Baby Won't Ya
Wayne Kramer, Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar) Michael Davis (bass) Dennis Thompson (drums, tambourine) Kinki Le Pew (mirachees) Rob Tyner (lead vocals, harmonica)
Artie Fields Studios, Detroit, MI, February 1, 1971?
21174Gotta Keep Movin'
Wayne Kramer, Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar) Michael Davis (bass, vocals) Dennis Thompson (drums) Rob Tyner (lead vocals)
21175Future/Now
21176Poison
21177Over And Over
Wayne Kramer, Fred "Sonic" Smith (guitar) Michael Davis (bass, vocals) Dennis Thompson (drums) Rob Tyner (lead vocals) plus Rick Ferretti (trumpet) Charles Moore (flugelhorn, arranger) Dan Bullock (trombone) Leon Henderson (tenor sax) Ellis Dee, Dave Heller, Dave Morgan, Scott Morgan, Bob Seger, Terry Trabandt, Wm.Frd. (drums, percussion)
21178Skunk (Sonicly Speaking)

SD 8286   The Best Of Barbara Lewis

unknown (piano, organ, guitar, bass, drums) Barbara Lewis (vocals) The Dells (doo wop group)
Chicago, IL, January 16, 1963
8712Puppy Love
8713Hello Stranger
Barbara Lewis (vocals) and others
Chicago, IL, October 28, 1963
7344Stand By Me
Barbara Lewis (vocals) The Dells (doo wop group) unidentified orchestra
Chicago, IL, September 22, 1964
8189Come Home
Dud Bascomb, Clark Terry (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland (trombone) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charles Brown (tenor sax) Haywood Henry (baritone sax) Paul Griffin (piano) Bill Suyker (guitar) Jimmy Lewis (electric bass) Gary Chester (drums) Artie Butler (percussion???) Barbara Lewis (vocals) unidentified choir, unidentified strings, Teacho Wiltshire (arranger, director)
NYC, January 8, 1965
8468Baby, I'm Yours
8469Stop That Girl
Pat Bown (piano) Vin Bell, Al Gorgoni, Trade Martin (guitar) Bob Bushnell (electric bass) Gary Chester (drums) Alvin Rogers, Ted Sommer (percussion) Barbara Lewis (vocals) unidentified 10 strings, Artie Butler (arranger, director)
NYC, July 1, 1965
9083Make Me Your Baby
Melvin Davis, Joe Newman (trumpet) Benny Powell (trombone) Phil Bodner (flute) Paul Winter (sax) Leroy Glover (piano) Vin Bell, Al Gorgoni, Bill Suyker (guitar) Dick Romoff (electric bass) Gary Chester (drums) Jack Jennings (percussion) Barbara Lewis (vocals) Artie Butler (arranger, director)
NYC, November 15, 1965
9649Don't Forget About Me
Leon Cohen, Jerry Dodgion, Seldon Powell (flute, clarinet, oboe) George Devens (vibes, tambourine, bongos) Paul Griffin (piano) Gene Bertoncini, Bill Suyker (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Herbie Lovelle (drums) Barbara Lewis (vocals) unidentified 10 strings, Jimmy Wisner (arranger, director)
NYC, December 15, 1965
9675It's Magic
Quentin Jackson, John Messner, Sonny Russo (trombone) Fred Klein (French horn???) Art Kaplan (baritone sax) Joe Tekula (cello???) Paul Griffin (piano) Al Gorgoni, Charles Macey (guitar) Louis Mauro (bass???) Bernard Purdie (drums) Barbara Lewis (vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, June 3, 1966
10377Make Me Belong To You
10378Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do
10379I Remember The Feeling

SD 8287   Esther Phillips (not released)

Jim Dickinson (piano, guitar) Mike Utley (organ) Charlie Freeman (guitar) Tommy McClure (electric bass) Sammy Creason (drums) Esther Phillips (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, May 21, 1970
19385A Woman Will Do Wrong
19386Catch Me I'm Falling
19387Some Cats Know
19388Set Me Free
19389Brand New Day
19391I'm In Love
19392Just Like A Fish
19393Tomorrow Night
19394All God Has Is Us
19395He Knows What To Do For Me
19645Crazy Love (edited version)

SD 8288   Jo Mama - J Is For Jump

Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar (guitar, vocals) Charles Larkey (bass) Bishop O'Brien (drums) Jo Mama (vocals) Abigale Haness, Carole King (backing vocals) unidentified orchestra
Atlantic Studios, Miami, FL, released September, 1971
22281Keep On Truckin'
22282Back On The Street Again
22283Smack Water Jack
22284If I Had A Billion Dollars
22285My Long Time
22286When The Lights Are Way Down Low
22287Love Is Blind
222883 A.M. In L.A.
22289Sweet And Slow
22290Have You Ever Been To Pittsburgh
22291Sho 'Bout To Drive Me Wild

SD 8289   Marion Williams - Standing Here Wondering Which Way To Go

Ray Bryant (piano) Eric Gale (guitar) Andrew White (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums, tambourine) Marion Williams (vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, November 2, 1970
20496Hare Krishna
20497Wicked Messenger
20498Danger Zone
Paul Griffin, Joe Zawinul (piano) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Marion Williams (vocals) John Murtaugh (director)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, January 25, 1971
20995Standing Here Wondering Which Way To Go
Keith Jarrett (piano) Paul Griffin (organ) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Marion Williams (vocals) The Dixie Hummingbirds: Ira Tucker, Willie Bobo, Beachey Thompson, James Davis, James Walker, Howard Carroll (backing vocal group) John Murtaugh (director)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, February 25, 1971
21338Heaven Help Us All
21339Turn! Turn! Turn! To Everything There Is A Season
21340Make Peace With Yourself
21341My Sweet Lord
21342This Generation Shall Not Pass
Margaret Ross (harp) Hank Jones (piano) Paul Griffin (organ) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Marion Williams (vocals) The Dixie Hummingbirds: Ira Tucker, Willie Bobo, Beachey Thompson, James Davis, James Walker, Howard Carroll (backing vocal group) John Murtaugh (director)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, February 26, 1971
21343He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
21345Put Your Hand In The Hand

SD 8290   The Best Of Wilson Pickett, Vol. 2

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Floyd Newman (baritone sax) Bobby Woods (piano) Bobby Emmons (organ) Bobby Womack (lead guitar) Reggie Young (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (electric bass) Gene Chrisman (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Memphis, TN, July 1 & 3, 1967
12722She's Looking Good
12724I'm In Love
Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others
Memphis, TN, March 4, 1968
13650I Found A True Love
13958I'm A Midnight Mover
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) Tom Dowd (director)
Memphis, TN, September 19, 1968?
15255A Man And A Half
Gene "Bowlegs" Miller (trumpet) Andrew Love, James Mitchell (tenor sax) Barry Beckett (piano) Duane Allman, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Muscle Shoals, AL, November 27, 1968?
15760Hey Jude
same personnel
Muscle Shoals, AL, December 3, 1968?
15789Born To Be Wild
Wilson Pickett (vocals) unidentified orchestra, Rick Hall (arranger)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 20, 1969
17180Hey Joe
Billy Carter (keyboards) Jim O'Rourke (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Tubby Ziegler (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, August 29, 1969
17675You Keep Me Hangin' On
Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, October 27, 1969
18040Cole, Cooke And Redding
Barry Beckett (piano, organ) Eddie Hinton (lead guitar) Jimmy Johnson (rhythm guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, November 19, 1969
18143Sugar, Sugar
Vince Montana (vibes, percussion) Ugene Dozier (piano) Lenny Pakula (piano, arranger) Thom Bell (organ) Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli, Norman Harris (guitar) Ronnie Baker (electric bass) Earl Young (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) Don Renaldo and his string section, Sam Reed and his horn section, Bobby Martin (arranger)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, January 14, 1970
19711Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
19712Get Me Back On Time, Engine Number 9, Part 1

SD 8291   Loudon Wainwright III - Album II

Saul Broudy (harmonica) Loudon Wainwright III (guitar, vocals) Kate McGarrigle (vocals)
Intermedia Sounds, Boston, MA, February 12, 1971
21289Me And My Friend The Cat
21290Motel Blues
21291Cook That Dinner, Dora
21292Nice Jewish Girls
21293Be Careful, There's A Baby In The House
21294I Know I'm Unhappy / Suicide Song / Glenville Reel
21295Saw Your Name In The Paper
21296Samson And The Warden
21297Plane, Too
21299Old Friend
21300Old Paint
21301Winter Song

SD 8292   Joe Tex - From The Roots Came The Rapper

Barry Beckett, Dave Crawford (keyboards) Eddie Hinton (lead guitar) Marlin Greene (rhythm guitar) David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Joe Tex (vocals) unidentified horns and strings, Wade Marcus (arranger)
Muscle Shoals, AL, June 5, 1970
19619Chained In The Mind
19620Hate Yourself In The Morning
19621The Baby Is Mine
19622Something's In Life Are Worth Dying For
19623Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby)
19624There's No Business Like Love
19625Lovin' Man
19628The Only Way I Know How To Love You
19629(Anything He Can Do) I Can Do It Better
Joe Tex (vocals) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, March 17, 1971
21525I'll Never Fall In Love Again

SD 8293   Judee Sill (not released)

Judee Sill (guitar, vocals) and others
released 1971
21086Crayon Angels
21087The Phantom Cowboy
21088The Archetypal Man
21089The Lamb Ran Away With The Crown
21090Lady-O
21091Ridge Rider
21092My Man On Love
21095Lopin' Along Through The Cosmos
21096Enchanted Sky Machines
21097Abracadabra
** transfered to Asylum SD 5050.

SD 8294   Charles John Quarto

Charles John Quarto (guitar, vocals)
Wally Heider Recording Studio III, Los Angeles, CA, January 29, 1971
23495Poem For Black Angels
23496The Woman Came To Me As News
23497The Nun
23498Poem To C.L. Taylor
23499Admitting It In The Vanderbilt Museum
23500Old New York (A Painting)
23501The Christmas Song
23502Poem Toward Some Hard Yardbulls
23503Hoboes
23504Washing Hands Of The War
23505What In The World
23506A Bird's-Eye View Of The Earth
23507Owls Minus One
23508Coming And Going
23509If Black Is Not Mortal
23510Detroit With Willy
23511And You Couldn't Sing A Single Thing
23512Planting In The Kingdom
23513Racing In Rooms
23514The Day Of The Dust And The Dirt
23515Lines Over My Father

SD 8295   Aretha Franklin - Aretha's Greatest Hits

Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (electric piano) Lincoln "Chips" Moman (lead guitar) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 24, 1967
11575I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Carolyn Franklin (backing vocals)
11576Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 14, 1967
11704Respect
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Gene Chrisman (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 16, 1967
11753Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Aretha Franklin (vocals)
NYC, February 17, 1967
11754(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
Melvin Lastie (trumpet) Tony Studd (bass trombone) Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis (tenor sax) Ted Sommer (vibes) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (piano) Truman Thomas (organ) Jimmy Johnson, Joe South (guitar) Tommy Cogbill (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Aretha Franklin (vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) unidentified strings, Ralph Burns (director)
NYC, June 23, 1967
12653Baby, I Love You
12654Chain Of Fools
Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow (trumpet) Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell (trombone) George Dorsey, Frank Wess (alto sax) King Curtis, Seldon Powell (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Pepper Adams (baritone sax) Jack Jennings (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Dewey "Spooner" Oldham (organ) Jimmy Johnson (guitar) Tommy Cogbill, Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales (Latin percussion) Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, April 17, 1968
14333I Say A Little Prayer
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Barry Beckett (electric piano, organ) Eddie Hinton, Jimmy Johnson (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, October 3, 1969
17814Call Me
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) and others
NYC, circa October, 1969???
17825Let It Be
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Jim Dickinson, Mike Utley (keyboards) Charlie Freeman (guitar) Tommy McClure (bass) Sammy Creason (drums) overdubs: The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) overdubs: Almeda Lattimore, Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant (backing vocals) overdubs: Pat Lewis, Almeda Lattimore, Wyline Ivy, Evelyn Greene (backing vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, March 10, 1970?
18706Don't Play That Song
Billy Preston (piano, organ) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Ray Lucas (drums)
NYC, August 13, 1970
19833Bridge Over Troubled Water
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, January 24, 1971?
20994You're All I Need To Get By (edited version)
Neal Rosengarden (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, celeste, vocals) Donny Hathaway (organ, electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) plus The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) plus Carolyn Franklin, Erma Franklin (backing vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, February 16, 1971
21311Spanish Harlem

SD 8296   John Prine

Dave Prine (fiddle) John Prine (guitar, lead vocals) Steve Goodman (guitar, harmony vocals) Neal Rosengarden (bass)
A&R Recording Studio, NYC, May 25, 1971
22477Paradise
Noel Gilbert (fiddle) Steve Goodman (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Mike Leech (bass) Bishop Heywood (drums) Gene Chrisman (tambourine)
American Sound Studios, Memphis, TN, July 8, 1971
22370Flashback Blues
Bobby Wood (piano) Bobby Emmons (organ) Reggie Young (lead guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Johnny Christopher (rhythm guitar) Leo LeBlanc (pedal steel guitar) Mike Leech (bass) Gene Chrisman (drums) Bishop Heywood (percussion)
22371Donald And Lydia
22372Far From Me
22373Hello In There
22374Spanish Pipedream
22375Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore
22376Angel From Montgomery
22630Pretty Good
22631Illegal Smile
22632Six O'Clock News
22633Quiet Man
22634Sam Stone
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19156.

SD 8297   The J. Geils Band - The Morning After

Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (keyboards) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
The Record Plant, Hollywood, CA, September 2, 1971
22871I Don't Need You No More
22872Whammer Jammer
22873So Sharp
22874The Usual Place
22875Gotta Have Your Love
22876Looking For A Love
22877Gonna Find Me A New Love
22878Cry One More Time
22879Floyd's Hotel
22880It Ain't What You Do (It's How You Do It)

SD 8298   Batdorf And Rodney - Off The Shelf

Barry Beckett (piano, vibes) John Batdorf, Mark Rodney (guitar, vocals) Chris Ethridge or David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins or John Barbata (drums) Ahmet Ertegun (arranger)
Muscle Shoals, AL, September 14, 1971?
23056Don't You Hear Me Callin'
23057Me And My Guitar
23058Farm
23059Let Me Go
23060Where Were You And I
23061Oh My Surprise
23062One Day
23063Can You See Him
23064Workin' Man, Blind Man
23065Never See His Face Again
23066You Are The One

SD 8299   James Luther Dickinson - Dixie Fried

Jim Dickinson (piano?) Mike Utley (organ?) Charlie Freeman (guitar?) Tommy McClure (bass) Sammy Creason (drums) Dr. John ( ) Albhy Galuten (toe piano) Jeff Newman, Jack Pennington, Gimmer Nicholson, Charlie Lawing, Mike Ladd, Terry Manning, Jeannie Green, Mary and Ginger Holiday, Jimmy Crosthwait, Joe Gaston, Sid Selvidge, Edward LaPaglia, Tarp, Ken Woodley, Lee Baker, Brenda Kay Patterson, Mary Lindsay Dickinson (unknown instruments or vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, March 22, 1971?
21790O How She Dances
21793Wild Bill Jones
21794The Judgment
21795Wine
21796K.C. (Casey) Jones (On The Road Again)
21797The Strength Of Love
21798John Brown
Dixie Fried
Jim Dickinson (piano?) and others
Memphis, TN, circa 1971 or 1972???
23986Louise

SD 8300   Wilson Pickett - Don't Knock My Love

Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Barry Beckett, Dave Crawford (keyboards) Tippy Armstrong, Dennis Coffey (guitar) David Hood (electric bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Eddy Brown (congas) Jack Ashford (percussion) Wilson Pickett (vocals, harmonica) unidentified strings, Wade Marcus (arranger) and others
Muscle Shoals, AL, January 27, 1971
21042Fire And Water
21043(Your Love Has Brought Me) A Mighty Long Way
21044Covering The Same Old Ground
21045Don't Knock My Love, Part 1
21046Don't Knock My Love, Part 2
21047Hot Love
21048Not Enough Love To Satisfy
21049You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover
21050Pledging My Love
21051Mama Told Me Not To Come
Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others
Muscle Shoals, AL, July 14, 1971
22408Call My Name, I'll Be There
22409Woman, Let Me Be Down Home