Atlantic Records Catalog: 8300 series

Atlantic Popular 8300 series (12 inch LP)

SD 8301   Jimmie And Vella

Jimmie Cameron, Vella Cameron (vocals) unidentified strings, Larry Fallon (arranger)
Electric Lady Studios, NYC, August 27, 1971;
Island Studios, London, England, unknown date
23918Chica Boom
23919Old Men
23921Rain
23922Lord Abide With Me
23923The Door Is Open
23924To The Master Of Every King
23925Just Hasn't Been The Same
23926Do You Really Know How I Feel
23927Then I Woke Up

SD 8302   Shanti

Aashish Khan (sarod) Neil Seidel (lead guitar) Steve Haehl (guitar, lead vocals) Steve Leach (bass, vocals) Francisco Lupica (drums) Pranesh Khan (tabla, naal) Zakir Hussain (tabla, dholak, naal)
Pacific High, San Francisco, CA, released 1971
23152Lore I'm Comin' Round
23153Innocence
23154Out Of Nowhere
23155We Want To Be Free
23156Good Inside
23157Shanti
23158I Do Believe

SD 8303   Howard Tate

Howard Tate (vocals) and others
circa September, 1971???
23090She's A Burglar
23091Strugglin'
Irving Markowitz, Al Del Monte, Ernie Royal (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) George Young (flute, tenor sax) Kenneth Berger (flute, baritone sax, bassoon) George Coleman, Trevor Lawrence (tenor sax) Seldon Powell (baritone sax) Kenneth Ascher, Jerry Ragovoy, Richard Tee (piano) Eric Gale, Michael Gayle, David Spinozza (guitar) Bill Salter, Gary Van Scyoc (bass) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Rick Marotta, Bernard Purdie, Robert "Chocolate" Wright (drums) Ralph MacDonald (conga drums) Howard Tate (vocals)
The Hit Factory, NYC, October 12, 1971
23199Keep Cool (Don't Be A Fool)
same personnel
The Hit Factory, NYC, October 18, 1971
232008 Days On The Road
23201You Don't Know Nothing About Love
23202When I Was A Young Man
23203Girl Of The North Country
23204Where Did My Baby Go
23205Jzmina Surrender
23206It's Heavy
23207It's Your Move
23208The Bitter End

SD 8304   Mott The Hoople - Brain Capers

Jim Price (trumpet) Verden Allen (organ) Mick Ralphs (lead guitar, vocals) Ian Hunter (guitar, piano, lead vocals) Overend Watts (electric bass) Buffin (drums)
London, England, October 25, 1971?
23435Death May Be Your Santa Claus
23436Your Own Backyard
23437Darkness, Darkness
23438The Journey
23439Sweet Angeline
23440Second Love
23441The Moon Upstairs
23442The Wheel Of The Quivering Meat Conception

QD 8305   The Best Of Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin (vocals) and others
NYC, February 8, 1967
11602Save Me
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) 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