Atlantic Records Catalog: 7200 series

Atlantic Popular 7200 series (12 inch LP)

SD 7200   Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young - Deja Vu

Stephen Stills (organ, guitar, vocals) David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young (guitar, vocals) Greg Reeves (electric bass) Dallas Taylor (drums)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA?, January 19, 1970
18445Carry On
18446Teach Your Children
18447Almost Cut My Hair
18448Helpless
18449Woodstock
18450Deja Vu
18451Our House
184524 + 20
18453Country Girl: Whiskey Boot Hill / Down, Down Down / Country Girl (I Think You're Pretty)
18454Everybody I Love You
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19118.

SD 7201   Led Zeppelin III

Jimmy Page (electric guitar, pedal steel guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass, organ) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals, harmonica)
London, England?, released October 5, 1970
19953Immigrant Song
19954Friends
19955Celebration Day
19956Since I've Been Loving You
19957Out On The Tiles
19958Gallows Pole
19959Tangerine
19960That's The Way
19961Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
19962Hats Off To (Roy) Harper
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19128.

SD 7202   Stephen Stills

Stephen Stills (organ, vocals) Jimi Hendrix (guitar) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) Conrad Isadore (drums) Jeff Whittaker (congas)
Island Studios, London, England, February 20, 1970
20185Old Times Good Times
Stephen Stills (keyboards, guitar, vocals) Eric Clapton (guitar) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) John Barbata, Dallas Taylor (drums) Rita Coolidge, David Crosby, Cass Elliot, Priscilla Jones, Claudia Lanier, John Sebastian (voice)
20186Go Back Home
Stephen Stills (piano, guitar, vocals) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) John Barbata (drums) Rita Coolidge, David Crosby, Cass Elliot, Priscilla Jones, Claudia Lanier, Graham Nash, John Sebastian (voice)
20187Sit Yourself Down
Stephen Stills (piano, guitar, vocals) Richard Hayward (drums) unidentified orchestra, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
20188To A Flame
Stephen Stills (organ, guitar, steel drums, percussion) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) Jeff Whittaker (congas) Rita Coolidge, David Crosby, Priscilla Jones, Graham Nash, John Sebastian (voice)
Wally Heider Recording Studio III, Los Angeles, CA, September, 1970?
20182Love The One You're With
Stephen Stills (guitar, bass, percussion, vocals)
20183Do For The Others
Stephen Stills (piano, organ, vocals) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) Conrad Isadore (drums) Judith Powell, Larry Steele, Liza Strike, Tony Wilson (voice) Arif Mardin (arranger)
20184Church (Part Of Someone)
Stephen Stills (guitar, vocals)
live at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA?, circa 1970???
20189Black Queen
Sidney George (flute, alto sax) Booker T. Jones (organ) Stephen Stills (guitar, bass, vocals) Dallas Taylor (drums)
20190Cherokee
Stephen Stills (keyboards, guitar, bass, vocals) Richard Hayward (drums) Rita Coolidge, David Crosby, Cass Elliot, Booker T. Jones, Priscilla Jones, Claudia Lanier, Sherlie Matthews, Graham Nash, John Sebastian (voice) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
20191We Are Not Helpless

SD 7203   David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name

Grace Slick (guitar) David Crosby (guitar, vocals) Jorma Kaukonen (electric bass) and others
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, January 12, 1971?
20962Music Is Love
20963Cowboy Movie
20964Tamalpais High (At About 3)
20965Laughing
20966What Are Their Names
20967Traction In The Rain
20968Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)
20969Orleans
20970I'd Swear There Was Somebody There

SD 7204   Graham Nash - Songs For Beginners

Joel Bernstein (piano) Graham Nash (guitar, lead vocals) David Mason (electric guitar) Calvin Samuels (bass) Johnny Barafa (drums) Pat Arnold, Rita Coolidge (backing vocals)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, May 15, 1971?
22153Military Madness
Graham Nash (piano, organ, guitar, tambourine, lead vocals) Larry Cox (whiskers) Chris Ethridge (bass) John Barbata (drums, tambourine) Rita Coolidge, Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Dorothy Morrison (backing vocals)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA?, released 1971
21949Chicago
David Lindley (violin) Dorian Rudnytsky (cello) Graham Nash (piano, vocals) Rita Coolidge (backing vocals)
21950Simple Man
Sermon Posthumas (bass clarinet) Joe Yankee (piano) Graham Nash (organ, piano, guitar, lead vocals) Larry Cox (whiskers) Calvin Samuels (bass) Dallas Taylor (drums) Rita Coolidge (backing vocals)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, released 1971
22154Better Days
Graham Nash (guitar, vocals)
22155Wounded Bird
Jerry Garcia (piano, steel guitar) Graham Nash (guitar, lead vocals) David Crosby (electric guitar) Phil Lesh (bass) John Barbata (drums)
22156I Used To Be A King
Rita Coolidge (piano, electric piano, chorus) Graham Nash (guitar, lead vocals, chorus) Calvin Samuels (bass, chorus) John Barbata (drums, chorus)
22157Be Yourself
Joe Yankee (piano) Graham Nash (guitar, lead vocals) Jerry Garcia (steel guitar) Chris Ethridge (bass) John Barbata (drums)
22158Man In The Mirror
Bobby Keys (sax) Rita Coolidge (piano, backing vocals) Graham Nash (organ, guitar, lead vocals) Larry Cox (whiskers) Chris Ethridge (bass) John Barbata (drums) Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Dorothy Morrison (backing vocals)
22159There's Only One
Dorian Rudnytsky (cello) Graham Nash (guitar, paper, comb, vocals)
22160Sleep Song
Graham Nash (piano, guitar, tambourine, lead vocals) Larry Cox (whiskers) Chris Ethridge (bass) John Barbata (drums) Rita Coolidge, Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Sherlie Matthews, Dorothy Morrison (backing vocals)
We Can Change The World

SD 7205   Aretha Franklin - Aretha Live At Fillmore West

Aretha Franklin (piano, electric piano, vocals) Billy Preston (organ) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + The Kingpins: Truman Thomas (electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Pancho Morales (congas) + The Memphis Horns: Roger Hopps, Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Jack Hale (trombone) Lou Collins, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Jimmy Mitchell (baritone sax)
"Fillmore West", San Francisco, CA, February 5, 1971
21431Respect
21434Love The One You're With
21435Bridge Over Troubled Water
21436Eleanor Rigby
21437Make It With You
21438Don't Play That Song
21440Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)
Aretha Franklin (piano, electric piano, vocals) Billy Preston (organ) Ray Charles (electric piano, vocals -2) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + The Kingpins: Truman Thomas (electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Pancho Morales (congas) + The Memphis Horns: Roger Hopps, Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Jack Hale (trombone) Lou Collins, Andrew Love (tenor sax) Jimmy Mitchell (baritone sax)
"Fillmore West", San Francisco, CA, February 7, 1971
1. 21478Spirit In The Dark
2. 21480Spirit In The Dark (reprise)
3. 21481Reach Out And Touch (Somebody's Hand)

SD 7206   Stephen Stills 2

Dr. John, Paul Harris, Billy Preston (keyboards) Eric Clapton (guitar) Nils Lofgren (guitar, keyboards, vocals) Fuzzy Samuels (bass) Conrad Isadore, Dallas Taylor (drums) Rocky Dijon, Gaspar Lawal (congas) Stephen Stills (vocals, arranger, conductor) David Crosby, Henry Diltz, Fearless Freddy (voice) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, released 1971
22073Change Partners
22074Nothin' To Do But Today
22075Fishes And Scorpions
22076Sugar Babe
22077Know You Got To Run
22078Open Secret
22079Relaxing Town
22080Singin' Call
22081Ecology Song
22082Word Game
22083Marianne
22084Bluebird Revisited

SD 7207   Various Artists - Soul To Soul

Ike Turner (guitar, piano, vocals?) Tina Turner (vocals?) and others
"Soul To Soul Festival", Black Star Square, Accra, Ghana, March 6, 1971
22601Soul To Soul
22607I Smell Trouble
Eddie Harris (tenor sax?) Les McCann (piano?) AMOA (unknown instruments)
22603Heyjorler
The Voices Of East Harlem (vocal group)
22602Run Shaker Life
22610Soul To Soul
The Staple Singers (vocal group)
22605Are You Sure / He's Alright
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals)
22606Tryin' Times
Clayton Higgins (tenor sax, lead vocals) Arthur King (organ) Jimmy Owens (lead guitar) Herman Mason (electric bass) Tyrone Green (drums) Wilson Pickett (vocals) and others
22608Funky Broadway
22609Land Of 1000 Dances
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals)
Dungeons Of The Old Slave Fortress, Cape Coast, Ghana, March, 1971
22604Freedom Song

SD 7208   Led Zeppelin IV

Jimmy Page (electric guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass, organ) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals) Sandy Denny (vocals -3)
Headley Grange, Hampshire, England;
Island Studios, London, England;
Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA, released November 8, 1971
1. 22398Black Dog
2. 22399Rock And Roll
3. 22400The Battle Of Evermore
4. 22401Stairway To Heaven
5. 22402Misty Mountain Hop
6. 22403Four Sticks
7. 22404Going To California
8. 22405When The Levee Breaks
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19129.

SD 7209   Connie Z, Tony Camillo - The Way To Become The Sensuous Woman By "J"

Connie Z (spoken word) Tony Camillo (background music) and others
September 2, 1971?
22861Sensuous Woman, Side 1
22862Sensuous Woman, Side 2

SD 7210   Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton - All In The Family (TV Soundtrack)

Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, and others
CBS TV, Los Angeles, CA?, September 27, 1971
23118Those Were The Days-Theme
23119Why God Made Hands
23120Sweetie Pie Roger
23121Transplants
23122A Station Wagon Filled With Nuns
23123No Ribs
23124Do You Love Me
23125God Is Black
23126VD Day
23127Archie's Hangup
23128Bacon Souffle And Women's Lib
23129Jury Duty
23130Shove Yours And Theme

SD 7211   Yes - Fragile

Rick Wakeman (piano, organ, synthesizer, Mellotron) Steve Howe (guitar, electric guitar, vocals) Chris Squire (electric bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (drums, percussion) Jon Anderson (vocals)
London, England, September, 1971
23409Roundabout
23410Cans And Brahms: 4th Symphony In E Minor 3rd Movement
23411We Have Heaven
23412South Side Of The Sky
23413Five Percent For Nothing
23414Long Distance Runaround
23415The Fish (Schindleria Praematurus)
23416Mood For A Day
23417Heart Of The Sunrise
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19132.

SD 7212   King Crimson - Islands

Marc Charig (cornet) Nick Evans (trombone) Robin Miller (oboe) Mel Collins (sax, flute, bass flute, vocals) Keith Tippett (piano, electric piano) Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron, keyboards) Harry Miller (bass, string bass) Boz Burrell (bass, electric bass, vocals) Ian Wallace (drums, percussion, vocals) Paulina Lucas (vocals) Peter Sinfield (words)
London, England?, released 1972
23246Formentera Lady
23247Sailor's Tale
23248The Letters
23249Ladies Of The Road
23250Prelude: Song Of The Gulls
23251Islands / Silence
23252Tuning Piece

SD 7213   Aretha Franklin - Young, Gifted And Black

Billy Preston (piano, organ) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Ray Lucas (drums) + Margaret Branch, Carolyn Franklin, Erma Franklin (backing vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group)
NYC, August 12, 1970
19830Young, Gifted And Black
19832Long And Winding Road
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Billy Preston (organ) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Ray Lucas (drums) + J.R. Bailey, Ronald Bright, Sammy Turner (backing vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group)
NYC, August 19, 1970
19897The Border Song (Holy Moses)
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Donny Hathaway (organ) Hugh McCracken (guitar) Eric Gale (electric bass) Al Jackson (drums) + The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) Arif Mardin (arranger, director)
NYC, November 2, 1970
20484A Brand New Me
20485Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby)
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Donny Hathaway (organ, electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + Carolyn Franklin, Erma Franklin (backing vocals) + 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
21422I've Been Loving You Too Long
21424First Snow In Kokomo
Neal Rosengarden (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, celeste, vocals) Donny Hathaway (organ, electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + Carolyn Franklin, Erma Franklin (backing vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, February 16, 1971
21312Rock Steady
21313Day Dreaming
21314All The King's Horses
Hubert Laws (flute) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, February 18 & 19, 1971
21419Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)
21421April Fools

LD 7214   George Carlin - FM And AM

George Carlin (comedian)
November 30, 1971?
23623Shoot
23624The Hair Piece
23625Sex In Commercials
23626Drugs
23627Birth Control
23628Son Of WINO
23629Divorce Game
23630Ed Sullivan Self Taught
23631Let's Make A Deal
23632The 11 O'Clock News

SD 7215   Horald Griffiths - Good Ol' Boys

David Spinozza (guitar) Horald Griffiths (guitar, vocals) Bill Salter or Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion)
NYC, September 15, 1971
23084Broken Down Horse Thief
23085Another Dream
same personnel
NYC, September 16, 1971
23086One Way Street
same personnel
NYC, October 19, 1971
23212White Flag
23213Carter Cat Blues
same personnel
NYC, October 20, 1971
23253Give Back The Song
23255Gravity Of The Times
23256Watching Pigeons Chasing Rainbows On The Ground
23257Love Buzz
same personnel
NYC, November 24, 1971
23451Prisoner Of War
23452Frozen Corn
23453Chess Game
23454Kansas City Star
same personnel
NYC, released January, 1972
23070I Found Out Where They Chased Them Indians To

SD 7216   Roberta Flack And Donny Hathaway

Joe Gentle (flute) Donny Hathaway (electric piano, vocals) David Spinozza (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Roberta Flack (vocals)
NYC, circa March, 1971???
21828You've Got A Friend
Hubert Laws (flute -4,7) Joe Farrell (soprano sax -8) Jack Jennings (vibes -6) Roberta Flack, Donny Hathaway (piano, electric piano, vocals) Eric Gale (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, August 12, 1971
1. 22679I (Who Have Nothing)
2. 22680Baby I Love You
3. 22682Be Real Black For Me
4. 22683When Love Has Grown
5. 22684Come Ye Disconsolate
6. 22685Where Is The Love
7. 22686For All We Know
8. 23789You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) Donny Hathaway (electric piano, vocals) Eric Gale (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion)
NYC, October 15, 1971
23214Mood

SP 7217   The English Congregation - Softly Whispering I Love You

The English Congregation (rock group)
EMI Studios, London, England, released 1972
23424Softly Whispering I Love You
same session
23804Morning Has Broken
23805Love Is The Sweetest Thing I Know
23806I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
23807A Lover's Concerto
23808Sing Me A Love Song
23809A Whiter Shade Of Pale
23810If I Could Have My Way
23811Something
23812A Way Of Life

SD 7218   B. Lance - Rollin' Man

Mitch Kerper (keyboards) Bobby Lance as Bob Lance (guitar, piano, percussion, vocals, backing vocals, arranger) Kenny Mims (guitar, slide guitar) Dick Punn (bass) Jimmy Evans (drums, percussion, guitar, piano)
NYC, November 18, 1971
23601Bar Room Sally
23602Last Stop Change Hands
23603Hot Wood And Coal
23604John The Rollin' Man
23605Something Unfinished
23606You Got To Rock Your Own
23607She Made Me A Man
23608He Played The Reals
23609Tribute To A Woman

SD 7219   Godfrey Daniel - Take A Sad Song...

Godfrey Daniel (vocals) The Syncopated Serenaders (vocal group?) Charles Solomon Orchestra, Andy Solomon (arranger)
Electric Lady Studios, NYC, December 5, 1971?
23550Hey Jude
23551Dance To The Music
23552Purple Haze
23553Proud Mary
23554Let It Be
23555Groovin'
23556Honky Tonk Woman
23557Whole Lotta Love
23558Woodstock
23559Them Changes
23560Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
23561Hey Jude

SD 7220   Crosby And Nash - Graham Nash/David Crosby

David Crosby, Graham Nash (guitar, vocals) and others
Artisan Studios, Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1972?
23961Southbound Train
23962Whole Cloth
23963Blacknotes
23964Strangers Room
23965Where Will I Be
23966Page 43
23967Frozen Smiles
23968The Wall Song
23969Girl To Be On My Mind
same personnel
Artisan Studios, Los Angeles, CA, circa 1972???
23780Immigration Man
23781Games

SD 7221   Donal Leace

Keith Jarrett (piano) Richie Resnicoff (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Donal Leace (vocals, guitar) + overdubs: unidentified horns and strings, Eumir Deodato (arranger)
NYC, April 13, 1971
21912Midnight Cowboy
21913Words
Keith Jarrett (piano) David Spinozza (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Donal Leace (vocals, guitar) + overdubs: unidentified horns and strings, Eumir Deodato (arranger)
21917Oh, Alabama
21918Sad Lisa
Keith Jarrett (piano) David Spinozza (guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Bill LaVorgna (drums) Donal Leace (vocals, guitar) Roberta Flack (backing vocals -1) + overdubs: unidentified horns and strings, Eumir Deodato (arranger)
1. 21919Today Won't Come Again
2. 21922Andrea
3. 21924Come To My Bedside, My Darling

SD 7222   David Elliott

Francis Monkman (piano) Mick Grabham, Albert Lee, Tim Ramwick (guitar) David Elliott (guitar, harmonica, bass, vocals) Caleb Quaye (guitar, piano) B.J. Cole (steel guitar) Rick Wills (bass) Dee Murray (bass, vocals) Dave Mattacks, Roy O'Temro (drums) Chris Karan (drums, tabla) Nigel Olsson (drums, vocals) Robert Kirby (arranger)
1972
24125Kid's Stuff
24126If I Were You
24127Lover
24128The Love You Put On Yesterday
24129You Better Move
24130Dear Mary
24131Down To My Last Dime
24132The Invisible Man
24133The Rich Man's Love Story
24134Some
24135Open The Door

SD 7223   Neal Rosengarden

Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn, piano, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, vocals) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
NYC, February 11, 1971 or 1972?
23903What Can It Be
Neal Rosengarden (piano, bass, percussion, marimba) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23904Ankle
Neal Rosengarden (piano, organ, bass, drums, percussion) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23905TFHPHMF
Neal Rosengarden (guitar, bass, vocals) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23906Lusty Johnson
Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn, piano, bass, percussion, vocals) George Duvivier (bass) Josh Kates (percussion) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23907Sleep
Neal Rosengarden (trumpet, piano, organ, percussion) Mike Feingold (tenor sax) Danny Reed (violin) Skip Reed (vibes, percussion) George Duvivier, John Siegler (bass) Mark Rosengarden (drums, percussion) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23908You Resemble A Bomb
Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn, organ, guitar, drums, percussion) George Duvivier, Seth Kimball (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
239091, 2, Buckle My Shoe
Neal Rosengarden (piano, organ, bass, drums, percussion) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23910G
Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn, piano, bass, drums, percussion) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23911Ostinato Shoes
Neal Rosengarden (organ, guitar, vocals) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23912Find Me
Neal Rosengarden (piano, bass, drums, percussion) Robert Kogel (electric guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23913Kogel Comes Home
Neal Rosengarden (organ, bass, drums, percussion, backing vocals) Robert Kogel (electric guitar) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23914Peter's Clothes
Neal Rosengarden (piano, electric piano, organ, bass, drums, vocals) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23915No Name Rag
Danny Reed (violin) Skip Reed (vibes) Neal Rosengarden (piano, organ, guitar, bass, percussion) George Duvivier (bass) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
2391621 Days
Skip Reed (vibes) Neal Rosengarden (organ) John Siegler (bass) Mark Rosengarden (drums) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
23917Henrietta IV
Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn, piano, organ, guitar, bass, percussion) Aaron Rosand, Raoul Poliakin, Julius Schachter, Danny Reed, Harry Kohon (violin) Alfred V. Brown, Emanuel Vardi (viola) Charles McCracken, Jesse Levy (cello) Neal Rosengarden (arranger, conductor)
24283Find Me (reprise)

SD 7224   Blind Willie McTell - Atlanta Twelve String

Blind Willie McTell as Barrelhouse Sammy (guitar, vocals)
Atlanta, GA, 1949
320Kill It Kid
321The Razor Ball
322Little Delia
323Broke-Down Engine Blues
324Dying Crapshooter's Blues
325Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
326Blues Around Midnight
327On The Cooling Board
328Motherless Children Have A Hard Time
329I Got To Cross The River Jordan
330You Got To Die
331Ain't It Grand To Live A Christian
332Pearly Gates
333Soon This Morning
334Last Dime Blues

SD 7225   Professor Longhair - New Orleans Piano

Roy Byrd (piano, vocals) Robert Parker (bass, alto sax) John Woodrow (drums)
Atlanta, GA, 1949
335Hey Now Baby
Charles Burbeck (tenor sax) Roy Byrd (piano, vocals) Robert Parker (bass, alto sax) Al Miller (drums)
New Orleans, LA, 1949
338Hey Little Girl
339Willie Mae
341Walk Your Blues Away
342Professor Longhair Blues
343Boogie Woogie
344Longhair's Blues-Rhumba
345Mardi Gras In New Orleans
346She Walks Right In
Lee Allen (tenor sax) Red Tyler (baritone sax) Roy Byrd (piano, vocals) Edgar Blanchard (bass) Earl Palmer (drums)
New Orleans, LA, November, 1953
1173In The Night
1174Tipitina (LP version)
1175Ball The Wall
1176Who's Been Fooling You

SD 7226   Various Artists - Texas Guitar - From Dallas To L.A.

Lawyer Houston (guitar, vocals)
Dallas, TX, 1950
451Dallas Bebop Blues
452Western Rider Blues
453Hug Me Baby
454Out To California Blues
455In The Army Since 1941
456Lawyer Houston Blues
457Going To The West Coast
458Lawton, Oklahoma Blues
Junior Wells (harmonica) "Jimmy Rogers" (guitar) T-Bone Walker (guitar, vocals) Willie Dixon (bass) Francey Clay (drums)
Chicago, IL, April 21, 1955
1522T-Bone Blues Special
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
2906How Long Blues
same session
2905You Don't Know What You're Doing
Joe Morris (trumpet) Matthew Gee (trombone) Johnny Griffin (tenor sax) Elmo Hope (piano) Guitar Slim (Eddie Jones) (guitar, vocals) Percy Heath (bass) Philly Joe Jones (drums)
NYC, January 22, 1958
4111 | 57C348Along About Midnight
Ray Agee (guitar, vocals)
circa August, 1963???
7197Tin Pan Alley
unknown (trumpet) unknown (sax) Johnny Heartsman (guitar) unknown (electric bass) unknown (drums) Al King (vocals)
Los Angeles, CA, March 30, 1964?
7714Reconsider Baby

SD 7227   Various Artists - Blues Piano - Chicago Plus

Little Brother Montgomery (piano, vocals) Israel Crosby (bass) Frank "Sweet" Williams (drums, piano)
Chicago, IL, July 18, 1951
731Talkin' Boogie
732Shreveport Farewell
733Slow Blues, No. 1 (as Vicksburg Blues '51)
734Farish Street Jive
Frank "Sweet" Williams (piano) Israel Crosby (bass)
746Sweet's Slow Blues
Meade "Lux" Lewis (piano) unknown (bass) unknown (drums)
Chicago, IL, December 4, 1951
713Riff Boogie
unknown (tenor, baritone sax) Floyd Dixon (piano, vocals) Jimmy Lewis (guitar) unknown (bass, drums)
NYC, November 10, 1954
1360When I Get Lucky
1361Hey Bartender
1364Two Piano Blues
1365Floyd's Blues

SD 7228   John Lee Hooker - Detroit Special

John Lee Hooker (guitar, vocals) Eddie Kirkland (guitar, vocals -3,7,11)
Cincinnati, OH, 1953
1. 5616My Baby Don't Love Me
2. 5617Love My Baby
3. 5618Pouring Down Rain +
4. 5619Wobbling Baby
5. 5620Goin' South +
6. 5621Real, Real Gone
7. 5622Guitar Lovin' Man
8. 5623Stuttering Blues
9. 5624I Ain't Got Nobody
10. 5625Misbelieving Baby
11.Blue Monday +
12.My Baby Put Me Down +
John Lee Hooker (guitar, vocals) unknown (electric bass)
Miami, FL, July 7, 1961
You Lost A Good Man
Drifting Blues
Don't Turn Me From Your Door
Talk About Your Baby
** reissue of Atco LP 33-151 entitled "John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues - Don't Turn Me From Your Door" + 4 bonus tracks.

SD 7229   Jimmy And Mama Yancey - Chicago Piano, Vol. 1

Jimmy Yancey (piano) Israel Crosby (bass)
Chicago, IL, July 18, 1951
727Mournful Blues
728Salute To Pinetop
72935th And Dearborn
730How Long Blues
same session
736Yancey Special
736 (2nd)Yancey Special (2nd version)
Jimmy Yancey (piano) Israel Crosby (bass) Mama Yancey (vocals)
738Santa Fe Blues
739How Long Blues
740Four O'Clock Blues
741Make Me A Pallet On The Floor
742Monkey Woman Blues
Jimmy Yancey (piano) Israel Crosby (bass)
743Yancey's Bugle Call
744Shave 'Em Dry
745Blues For Albert

SD 7230   Michael Perlitch - Keyboard Tales

Michael Perlitch (piano, organ, harpsichord, percussion, vocals)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, August 27, 1971
22915Space Flight Take Off And Orbit
22918Stellar Journey
22923Planet Mission Alpha: Desert Landing
22924Planet Mission Alpha: Midnight Ride
22925Planet Mission Alpha: Descent Ride
same personnel
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, August 28, 1971
22927Holy Joe
same personnel
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, September 7, 1971
22898Pete The Bondage Freak
22902America
22903Captain Zanzibar: Captain Zanzibar
22904Captain Zanzibar: Hail Britania
22905Captain Zanzibar: Ship
22906Remember Sarah

SD 7231   Jackie DeShannon - Jackie

Bobby Wood (piano, electric piano) Bobby Emmons (organ) Reggie Young (lead guitar) Johnny Christopher (rhythm guitar) Mike Leech (bass) Bishop Heywood (drums, percussion) Jackie DeShannon (vocals, guitar) overdubs: Albhy Galuten (harpsichord) overdubs: B.W.I.A. Sunjet Steel Band (band) overdubs: Charles Chalmers, Sandra Rhodes, Donna Rhodes (backing vocals) overdubs: Cissy Houston, Deirdre Tuck, Ronelle Stafford (backing vocals) overdubs: Larry McDonald (congas) Denzil Laing (giula) John Stewart (xylophone) overdubs: unidentified woodwinds and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, accordion)
American Sound Studios, Memphis, TN, January 24, 1972
23865Heavy Burdens Me Down
23866Paradise
23867Only Love Can Break Your Heart
23868I Won't Try To Put Chains On Your Soul (as Chains On My Soul)
23869I Wanna Roo You
23870Vanilla 'Olay
23872Laid Back Days
23873Peaceful In My Soul
23874Would You Like To Learn To Dance
23875Full Time Woman
23876Anna Karina
23877Brand New Start

SD 7232   Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton - All In The Family - 2nd Album (TV Soundtrack)

Carroll O'Connor, Rob Reiner, Jean Stapleton, Sally Struthers, and others
CBS TV, Los Angeles, CA?, released 1972
25213Archie And Maude
25214Hog Jowls
25215Breasts
25216Change Of Life: Stifle
25217Change Of Life: Manifestation
25219The Man In The Street
25220Archie Meets Mike
25222Archie In Jail
25223Sammy's Visit
Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, and others
25332The Elevator
25333Change Of Life: Scranton

SD 7233   Angelo

Tommy Morgan (harmonica) Angelo (piano, organ, vocals, arranger) Mike Anthony, Larry Carlton, Mitch Holder (guitar) Pat Anthony, Max Bennett, Chuck Berghofer, Joe Osborne (bass) Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon, Howard Kurhan (drums)
A&M Studios, Los Angeles, CA, April 14, 1972
24359Hey Look At The Sun
24360Hurts So Bad
24361A Song For You
24362I'm Coming Back
24363Don't Let Go
24364What Do I Need To Be Me
24365To Touch And Not Be Bound
24366I Know I Could Love You Better
24367Home Again

SD 7234   Macondo

Fred Ramirez (organ, piano, vibes) Albert Hernandez (lead guitar, vocals) Max Uballez (rhythm guitar, lead vocals) Ron Chretin (electric bass) Frank Martinez (drums) Lee Pastora (congas, percussion) Eddie Caicedo (timbales, percussion)
A&M Studios, Los Angeles, CA, March 21, 1972?
24211Do It To Me
24212Why
24213Sneaking In The Back Door
24214Wishes
24215Can't Make Love Alone
24216Caiuco
24217Battery
24218Never Thought I'd See You Gone
24219Almendra
24220Get It On Girl

SD 7235   S.C.R.A. (Southern Contemporary Rock Assembly) - The Ship Album

Mick Kenny (trumpet) Greg Foster (trombone, harmonica) Don Wright (sax, flute) Jim Kelly, Peter Martin (guitar) Dave Ellis (bass) Russell Dunlop (drums) Ian Bloxsom (percussion) Sheryl Black, Mickey Leyton, Ian Saxon (vocals)
United Sound Studios, Sydney, Australia, 1971
23706Something Like The Feeling
23708Live Today
23709Midnight
23710Changes
23711Freak
2371223 Skadoo
23713Actress
23714Our Ship

SD 7236   Ramatam

Tommy Sullivan (keyboards, reeds, vocals) April Lawton (lead guitar) Mike Pinera (guitar, vocals) Russ Smith (electric bass, vocals) Mitch Mitchell (drums)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, June, 1972?
24762Whiskey Place
24763Heart Song
24764Ask Brother Ask
24765What I Dream I Am
24766Wayso
24767Changing Days
24768Strange Place
24769Wild Like Wine
24770Can't Sit Still

SD 7237   Black Heat

Phil Guilbeau (trumpet) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Johnell Grey (organ, vocals) Bradley Owens (guitar, vocals) Naamon Jones (bass, vocals) Esco Cromer (drums) Raymond Green (conga drums, harmonica, vocals) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) + Albert Delmonte (trumpet) James Grimes (trombone) Joseph Palmer (alto sax) Kenneth Carroll, Seldon Powell, George Young (tenor sax) Kenneth Berger, Arthur Clarke (baritone sax) David Spinozza (arranger)
NYC, August 11, 1971
23067The Jungle
23068Honey Love
23069Chicken Heads
same personnel
NYC, October 19, 20 & 21, 1971
23260Chip's Funk
23261Street Of Tears
23262You'll Never Know
23263Wanaoh
23264Barbara's Mood
23265Send My Lover Back
23266Time Is Gonna Catch You

SD 7238   Bette Midler - The Divine Miss M

Barry Manilow (piano) David Spinozza (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Bette Midler (vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, January 17, 1972
23769Friends
Barry Manilow (piano) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Bette Midler (vocals) + overdubs: unidentified horns and strings, Thom Bell (arranger) + overdubs: Tender Loving Care, Cissy Houston (backing vocals) + overdubs: Renelle Broxton, Deirdre Tuck Corley, Beverly McKenzie (backing vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, January 19, 1972
23775Do You Wanna Dance
Barry Manilow (piano) David Spinozza (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Bette Midler (vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, January 20, 1972
23778Am I Blue
Dick Hyman (piano) Don Arnone (guitar) Milt Hinton (bass) Ted Sommer (drums) Bette Midler (vocals) unidentified horns, Arif Mardin (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 10, 1972
24104Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff (violin) Selwart Clarke (viola) Kermit Moore (cello) Pat Rebillot (piano) Bette Midler (vocals) William S. Fischer (string arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 12, 1972
24286Hello In There
Barry Manilow (piano, backing vocals, arranger, director) Dickie Frank (guitar) Michael Federal (bass, backing vocals) Kevin Ellman (drums) Bette Midler (vocals) Gail Kantor, Melissa Manchester, Merle Miller (choir) unidentified horns and strings
Atlantic Studios, NYC, 1972
25446Daytime Hustler
25447Leader Of The Pack
25448Delta Dawn
25449Friends
25450Chapel Of Love
25451Superstar

SD 7239   Clyde McPhatter - unknown title

Sam Taylor (tenor sax) Jesse Stone (piano) Walter Adams, Mickey Baker (guitar) unknown (bass, drums) Clyde McPhatter (lead tenor vocals) Andrew Thrasher (tenor vocals) Gerhart Thrasher (baritone vocals) Willie Ferbee (bass vocals)
NYC, August 9, 1953
1105Money Honey
unknown (tenor sax, vibes, piano, bass, drums) Jimmy Oliver (guitar) Clyde McPhatter (lead tenor vocals) Gerhart Thrasher (tenor vocals) Andrew Thrasher (baritone vocals) Bill Pinkney (bass vocals)
NYC, February 4, 1954
1201The Bells Of St. Mary's
1202White Christmas
1203Honey Love
1204Watcha Gonna Do
Clyde McPhatter (vocals) and others
NYC, June 30, 1957
2657Long, Lonely Nights
same personnel
NYC, August 7, 1958
3117A Lover's Question

SD 7240   John Prine - Diamond In The Rough

David Bromberg (guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, fills, Dobro) Steve Goodman (guitar, electric guitar, fills, drums, vocals) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Dave Prine (Dobro, banjo, fiddle, vocals) Steve Burgh (bass, drums)
NYC, May 22, 1972
24960The Torch Singer
24961Everybody
24962Yes I Guess They Oughta Name A Drink After You
24963Take The Star Out Of The Window
24964The Frying Pan
24965Billy The Bum
24966Souvenirs
24967The Late John Garfield Blues
24968Clocks And Spoons
same personnel
NYC, May 23, 1972
24954Rocky Mountain Time
24956Diamonds In The Rough
24957The Great Compromise
24959Sour Grapes

SD 7241   The J. Geils Band - "Live" Full House

Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (piano, organ) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
"Cinderella Ballroom", Detroit, MI, April 21, 1972
24433Pack Fair And Square
same personnel
"Cinderella Ballroom", Detroit, MI, April 22, 1972
24447Homework
24448Pack Fair And Square
24449Looking For A Love
24451Whammer Jammer
24452Cruisin' For A Love
24453Serves You Right To Suffer
24454First I Look At The Purse
24456Hard Drivin' Man

SD 7242   Daryl Hall And John Oates - Whole Oats

Daryl Hall (keyboards, mandolin, cello, vocals) Jerry Ricks (guitar) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Bill Keith (pedal steel guitar) Michael McCarthy (bass) Jim Helmer (drums, percussion) unidentified horns, woodwinds, strings and chorus, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 12, 1972?
24483I'm Sorry
24484Goodnight And Goodmorning
24489Southeast City Window
24491They Needed Each Other
24492Georgie
24493Lilly (Are You Happy)
24494All Our Love
24495Fall In Philadelphia
Daryl Hall (keyboards, mandolin, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Michael McCarthy (bass) Jim Helmer (drums, percussion)
NYC, May 17, 1972
24733Thank You For...
Daryl Hall (keyboards, mandolin, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Michael McCarthy (bass) Jim Helmer (drums, percussion) unidentified horns, woodwinds and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 18, 1972
24731Waterwheel
24732Lazyman

SD 7243   Good God

Bob Shemenek (trumpet -6) Bruce Solomon (trombone -6) Bob Martin (French horn -6) Greg Scott (soprano, alto, tenor sax) Johnny Almond (tenor sax -2) Cotton Kent (piano, electric piano, Clavinet, soprano sax, marimba, vocals) Zeno Sparkles (guitar, vocals) John Ransome (bass) Hank Ransome (drums, vocals) Larry Washington (congas -6)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, February-August, 1972
1. 25264A Murder Of Crows
2. 25265Galorna Gavorna
3. 25266King Kong
4. 25267Dragon Song
5. 25268Zaragoza
6. 25269Fish Eye

SD 7244   Yes - Close To The Edge

Rick Wakeman (keyboards) Steve Howe (guitar, vocals) Chris Squire (bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (percussion) Jon Anderson (vocals)
London, England?, released September 13, 1972
25134Close To The Edge: The Solid Time Of Change / Total Mass Retain / I Get Up I Get Down / Seasons Of Man
25135And You And I: Cord Of Life / Eclipse / The Preacher, The Teacher / Apocalypse
25136Siberian Khatru
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19133.

SD 7245   Margaret And Ann

Margaret McGlinn (6-string guitar, piano, vocals) Sam Brown (6-string guitar, 12-string guitar) Dick Bunn (bass) Jimmy Evans (drums) Daniel Barrajanos (congas, percussion) Ann McGlinn (vocals)
NYC, December 5, 1971
25281The Canticle
25282Dying In The Breeze
Margaret McGlinn (6-string guitar, piano, vocals) Dick Bunn (bass) Jimmy Evans (drums) Ann McGlinn (vocals)
NYC, December 11, 1971
25283The Sidelines
same personnel
NYC, December 19, 1971
25284By Night By Day
Ken Bichel (synthesizer) Margaret McGlinn (6-string guitar, piano, vocals) Dick Bunn (bass) Jimmy Evans (drums) Daniel Barrajanos (congas, percussion) Ann McGlinn (vocals)
NYC, February 21, 1972
25279Non Stop To New York
25280It's A Great Day
Margaret McGlinn (6-string guitar, vocals) Ann McGlinn (vocals)
NYC, September 7, 1972
25285Steeples In The Air
25286Willie
25287Yesterday Could Say
25288Writing My Song
Margaret McGlinn (6-string guitar, piano, vocals) Richard Nanista (bass) Mike Redding (drums) Ann McGlinn (vocals)
25289Chester
25290Maybe Someday

SD 7246   Eric Justin Kaz - If You're Lonely

Eric Justin Kaz (piano, vocals) George Duvivier (bass) Grady Tate (drums) overdubs: Don Butterfield (tuba) Romeo Penque, Seldon Powell (woodwinds) Al Brown (viola) George Ricci (cello) unidentified 11 strings, Eumir Deodato (arranger, director)
The Hit Factory, NYC, July 20, 1972
25023If You're Lonely
25024Cry Like A Rainstorm
same personnel
The Hit Factory, NYC, July 21, 1972
25025Cruel Wind
25026Tonight, The Sky's About To Cry
Eric Justin Kaz (piano, vocals) Richard Davis (bass)
The Hit Factory, NYC, July 24, 1972
25028Christ, It's Mighty Cold Outside
Eric Justin Kaz (piano, vocals) Richard Davis (bass) David Schuffman (congas)
The Hit Factory, NYC, July 25, 1972
25090Mother Earth (Provides For Me)
Eric Justin Kaz (guitar) George Duvivier (bass) Grady Tate (drums) overdubs: Bonnie Raitt, John Steven Soles (guitar) overdubs: Eric Justin Kaz, John Steven Soles (guitar) (-2)
The Hit Factory, NYC, August 1, 1972
1. 25091When I'm Gone
2. 25092Temptation (Took Control Of Me And I Fell)
Eric Justin Kaz (piano, guitar, vocals) and others
25344Time Has Come
same personnel
The Hit Factory, NYC, August, 1972
25159Someday, My Love May Grow

SD 7247   New Heavenly Blue

Chris Brubeck (trombone, piano, organ, guitar, electric bass, lead vocals, backing vocals) Peter Ruth (harmonica, electric harmonica, flute, Jew's harp, lead vocals) Stephan Dudash (violin, electric violin, electric guitar, lead vocals, backing vocals) Dave "Spaceman" Mason (guitar, electric guitar, viola, electric viola, lead vocals, backing vocals) Peter Whyte Bonistell (drums, percussion) Loweel Thompson (congas, bongos) Dan Brubeck (tabla)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, July 17, 1972
24979Love You Tonite
24980Raft Song
24982Tulsa Oklahoma Blues
24983Pegleg (Back In 35)
24984Hard Lovin' Man
24985Nebulon Possessed
24986I Look Upon What I Have Done
24987The Battlefields Of History
24988The Idol
24989Where Are You Tonight

SD 7248   Margie Joseph

Richard Tee (piano, organ) Cornell Dupree, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Cissy Houston, Renelie Stafford, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) + overdubs: Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Sammy Turner (backing vocals) + overdubs: David Newman (flute, tenor sax) Gene Orloff (concertmaster) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June 13, 1972
24721I'd Rather Go Blind
24722Touch Your Woman
24723Let's Go Somewhere And Love
omit MacDonald
NYC, June 14, 1972
24724Make Me Believe You'll Stay
24726Turn Around And Love You
add Arif Mardin (electric piano) Ralph MacDonald (percussion)
NYC, June 15, 1972
24727I'm So Glad I'm Your Woman
24728You Better Know It
Richard Tee (keyboards) Cornell Dupree, David Spinozza (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: David Newman (flute, tenor sax) Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Cissy Houston, Renelie Stafford, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 19, 1972
25638I'm Only A Woman
25643I'll Take Care Of You
25646I Been Down
Norman Pride (percussion) replaces MacDonald
NYC, September 20, 1972
25642Let's Stay Together
Ralph MacDonald (percussion) replaces Pride
NYC, September 21, 1972
25644How Do You Spell Love

SD 7249   Jerry Stiller And Anne Meara - Laugh When You Like

Anne Meara, Jerry Stiller (comedian)
NYC, September 16, 1972
25564Mom, I Just Met This Girl And...
25565Dr. Fillman's Feet-Off Diet
25566Hershey Horowitz Meets Mary Elizabeth Doyle
25567Cowboys And Indians
25568More From Rhoda Blabbit
same personnel
NYC, September 17, 1972
25557The Liberated Date
25558Dr. Anne Fluthers And What's Your Problem
25559Dr. Fluthers And The Chocolate Problem
25560Rhoda Blabbit From Hollywood
25561Regina Margaret Mulcahy, Middle American
25562Mr. & Mrs. Chou En Lai
same personnel
NYC, September 19, 1972
25563The Sensuous Telephone Show

SD 7250   Stephen Stills Manassas - Down The Road

Stephen Stills (guitar, vocals) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, September 20, 1972?
25325Down The Road
25326So Many Times
Paul Harris (piano, organ) Stephen Stills (piano, organ, bass, vocals) Chris Hillman (guitar, bass, mandolin, vocals) Al Perkins (steel guitar, banjo) Fuzzy Samuels (bass, vocals) Dallas Taylor (drums) Joe Lala (congas, timbales, percussion, vocals) + overdubs: Sydney George (flute) Jerry Aiello (organ) Bobby Whitlock (keyboards, vocals) Charlie Grimes (guitar) Joe Walsh (slide guitar) Lachy Espinol, Guille Garcia (percussion) P.P. Arnold (vocals)
Miami, FL?, 1973
26322Isn't It About Time
26323Lies
26324Pensamiento
26325Business On The Street
26326Do You Remember The Americans
26327City Junkies
26328Guaguanco De Vero
26329Rollin' My Stone

SD 7251   Roger Powell - Cosmic Furnace

Roger Powell (synthesizer, composer, arranger)
Intermedia Sounds, Boston, MA, October 13, 1972
25545Ictus: The Primordial Pulse
25546Lumia: Dance Of The Nebulae
25547Fourneau Cosmique: The Alchemical Furnace Of Cleopatra
same personnel
Intermedia Sounds, Boston, MA, October 15, 1972
25548Hermetic Enigma: The Fixed Volatile (The Answer Is But Another Riddle)
25549Queene Enfineska: Serenity Of The Lion In Summer
25550Tensegrity: A Dymaxion Triptych

SD 7252   Various Artists - You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (TV Soundtrack)

unknown artists
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, November 15, 1972?
25606Opening
25607You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
25608Snoopy (They Like Me)
25609Schroeder (Moonlight Sonata)
25610The Kite
25611My Blanket And Me
25612Quick Changes
25613The Book Report
25614The Baseball Game
25615The Doctor Is In
25616The Red Baron
25617Little Known Facts
25618Supertime
25619Happiness
25620You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (reprise)

SD 7253   Garland Jeffreys

Garland Jeffreys (guitar, vocals) and others
The Record Plant, NYC, August 8, 1972
25153Calcutta Monsoon
25154Ballad Of Me
25155Lovelight
25157Lon Chaney
same personnel
The Record Plant, NYC, August 15, 1972
25300Harlem Bound
25301Eggs
same personnel
The Record Plant, NYC, August 16, 1972
25298She Didn't Lie
25299True To Me
same personnel
The Record Plant, NYC?, circa August, 1972???
25244Bound To Get Ahead Someday
same session
25722Zoo

SD 7254   Doug Sahm And Band

Wayne Jackson (trumpet) David Newman (tenor sax) Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Dr. John, Augie Meyers (keyboards) Bob Dylan (guitar, harmonica, vocals) Atwood Allen, Doug Sahm, Gary Scanlan (guitar, fiddle, strings, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, September 8, 1972
25481Don't Turn Around
same personnel
NYC, October 9, 1972
25470Me And Paul
25471Poison Love
25472Dealer's Blues
25473Blues Stay Away From Me
25474Wallflower
same personnel
NYC, October 10, 1972
25485(Is Anybody Going To) San Antone
Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Kenny Kosek (fiddle) Doug Sahm (fiddle, vocals) Augie Meyers (piano) Dr. John (organ) Andy Statman (mandolin) Atwood Allen (guitar, harmony vocals) David Bromberg (Dobro) Charlie Owens (steel guitar) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, October 11, 1972
25486Faded Love
25488It's Gonna Be Easy
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) David Newman (tenor sax) Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Dr. John, Augie Meyers (keyboards) Bob Dylan (guitar, harmonica, vocals) Atwood Allen, Doug Sahm, Gary Scanlan (guitar, fiddle, strings, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, October 12, 1972
25475Your Friends
25476Papa Ain't Salty
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn) David Newman (tenor sax) Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Dr. John (piano) Augie Meyers (organ) Doug Sahm (guitar, vocals) Charlie Owens (steel guitar) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
25494I Get Off

SD 7255   Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy

Jimmy Page (electric guitar) John Paul Jones (electric bass) John Bonham (drums) Robert Plant (vocals)
released March 28, 1973
26074The Song Remains The Same
26075The Rain Song
26076Over The Hills And Far Away
26077The Crunge
26078Dancing Days
26079D'yer Mak'er
26080No Quarter
26081The Ocean
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19130.

SD 7256   Spinners

Thom Bell (piano, arranger, conductor) Ronnie Baker (bass) Earl Young (drums) Billy Henderson, Bobbie Smith, Philippe Wynne (tenor vocals) Henry Fambrough (baritone vocals) Pervis Jackson (bass vocals) unidentified horns and strings
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, June 12, 1972
24950How Could I Let You Get Away
24951I'll Be Around
24952Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
24953Just You And Me Baby
Billy Henderson, Bobbie Smith, Philippe Wynne (tenor vocals) Henry Fambrough (baritone vocals) Pervis Jackson (bass vocals) Thom Bell (arranger, conductor) and others
Philadelphia, PA?, 1973
26306Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You
26307I Could Never (Repay Your Love)
26308One Of A Kind (Love Affair)
26309We Belong Together
26310Ghetto Child
26311Just Can't Get You Out Of My Mind

SD 7257   Chris Rush - First Rush

Chris Rush (comedian)
Magnagraphics Studios, NYC, 1972
25754Even Nice People Get T.V. / Puerto Rican Wagon Train / Howdy Doody
25755Ca-Ca-Ah-Ah-Doody-Poo-Poo
25756Grass: Munchie Monster / The Dealer Man / Lawrence Talbot Turns On / Filtered Prunes
25757Science Fiction: U.F.O. / Allen Meets The Wino / Getting High In The Future
25758Jesus In A Dope Bust
25759Sister John Damian's Virgin School
25760Golden Zits Of The 50's
25761Mind Farts
25762Naked Ape
25763Blacula Meets Tar Baby
25764Abie's Magic Hat

SD 7258   Wayne Davis - A View From Another Place

Wayne Davis (piano, vocals) Richard Tee (organ) Richard Davis (bass) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) unidentified horns and strings, William Eaton (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 15, 1972
24136Mixed Up Guy
Wayne Davis (piano, vocals) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Charlie Cole, Wayne Davis, Roberta Flack (backing vocals -2) unidentified horns and strings, William Eaton (arranger)
1. 24137Somebody's Watching You
2. 24139Joel
Wayne Davis (piano, vocals) Roberta Flack (electric piano -1) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Wayne Davis, Eugene McDaniels (backing vocals -1) unidentified horns and strings, William Eaton (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 16, 1972
1. 24141I Love You So
2. 24142I Like The Things About Me That I Once Despised
Wayne Davis (piano, vocals) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) unidentified horns and strings, William Eaton (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 17, 1972
24144How's Mama's Baby
24145Sweet Bird Of Youth

SD 7259   Terry Reid - River

Terry Reid (guitar, vocals) David Lindley (steel guitar, slide guitar, electric guitar) Conrad Isadore (drums) Willie Bobo (percussion)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA?, August 31, 1972?
25422The River
same session
25426Milestones
same session
25429Dream
same personnel
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, January 8, 1973
25949Dean
25950Avenue
25951Things To Try
25952Live Life

SD 7260   The J. Geils Band - Bloodshot

Mike Hunt (tenor sax) Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (keyboards, vocals) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
The Hit Factory, NYC, February 5, 1973
26082Give It To Me
26083Hold Your Loving
Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (keyboards, vocals) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
Sterling Sound Studios, Los Angeles, CA, 1973
26150(Ain't Nothin' But A) House Party
26151Make Up Your Mind
26152Back To Get Ya
26153Struttin' With My Baby
26154Don't Try To Hide It
26155Southside Shuffle
26156Start All Over Again

SD 7261   Ramatam - In April Came The Dawning Of The Red Suns

Tommy Sullivan (piano, guitar, bass, vocals) April Lawton (guitar, bass, vocals) Jimmy (percussion, vocals)
NYC, February 20, 1973
26129I Can Only Love You
26130Downrange Party
26131Push A Little
26132Stars And Stripes Forever
26133Betty Lou
26134Rhinoceros
26135Bounty On My Table
26136The Land / Rainy Sunday Evening
Ramatam (rock group)
circa May, 1973???
26525Excerpt From Guitar Concerto, No. 1
26526Autumn Now
26527Free Fall

SD 7262   Willie Nelson - Shotgun Willie

Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Jack Hale (trombone) Andrew Love (tenor sax) Willie Bridges, James Mitchell (baritone sax) Johnny Gimble (fiddle) Bobbie Nelson (piano) Jeff Gutcheon (organ, piano) David Bromberg, Steve Burgh, Waylon Jennings, Red Lane, Doug Sahm (guitar) Augie Meyers (guitar, piano) Willie Nelson (guitar, vocals) Jimmy Day (Dobro, pedal steel guitar) Jack Barber, Hugh McDonald, Dan Spears (bass) Paul English, George Rains (drums) Steve Mosley (drums, snare drum) Larry Gatlin, Dee Moeller (backing vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, 1973
26046Sad Songs And Waltzes
26048Local Memory
26049So Much To Do
26050Devil In A Sleepin' Bag
26051Shotgun Willie
26053She's Not For You
26054Whiskey River
26058A Song For You
26061You Look Like The Devil
26062Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer)
26063Bubbles In My Beer
26064Slow Down Old World

SD 7263   King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic

David Cross (violin, viola, Mellotron) Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron) John Wetton (electric bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (drums) Jamie Muir (percussion)
Command Studios, London, England, January & February, 1973
26225Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part 1
26226Book Of Saturday
26227Exiles
26228Easy Money
26229The Talking Drum
26230Larks' Tongues In Aspic, Part 2

SD 7264   Danny O'Keefe - Breezy Stories

Dominic Cortese (accordion) Donny Hathaway (electric piano) Hugh McCracken (guitar) Danny O'Keefe (guitar, vocals) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Norman Pride (congas) Airto Moreira (percussion) Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (backing vocals)
NYC, February 19, 1973
26290She Said "Drive On, Driver"
same personnel
NYC, February 20, 1973
26291Junkman
same personnel
NYC, February 21, 1973
26292Portrait In Black Velvet
26293The Edge
same personnel
NYC, February 22, 1973
26294Angel Spread Your Wings
26295Magdalena
same personnel
NYC, March 5, 1973
26288Mad Ruth/The Babe
same personnel
NYC, March 6, 1973
26286Catfish
same personnel
NYC, March 7, 1973
26281Steppin' Out Tonight
26287If Ya Can't Boogie, Woogie (You Sure Can't Rock And Roll)
same personnel
NYC, March 8, 1973
26284Farewell To Storyville (Good Time Flat Blues)

SD 7265   Aretha Franklin - Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Of The Sky)

Phil Woods (alto sax -2) Joe Farrell (tenor sax, flute -4,6) Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) unidentified studio band
The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA, April, 1972
1. 24389Moody's Mood For Love
2. 24390Somewhere
3. 24392Hey Now Hey (The Other Side Of The Sky)
4. 24398Mister Spain
5. 24399So Swell When You're Well
6. 24400Angel
7.Just Right Tonight
Aretha Franklin (vocals) unidentified studio band, Quincy Jones (arranger)
The Record Plant, Los Angeles, CA, August, 1972
25235Sister From Texas
25240That's The Way I Feel About Cha

SD 7266   David Rogers - Just Thank Me

David Rogers (guitar, vocals) and others
Pete's Place, Nashville, TN, May 7, 1973?
26502Let Me Love You Where It Hurts
26503Pass Me By
26504If I'm A Fool For Loving You
26505Neon Rose
26506In Love With Love
26507It'll Be Her
26508Soul Song
26509Touchin' You Goodbye
26510If I Throw Away My Pride
26511Singing Star
same personnel
Nashville, TN, 1973
26312Just Thank Me
26313I Wish I Was Back

SD 7267   Manu Dibango - Soul Makossa

Georges Arvanitas (piano) Malekani Gerry, Pierre Zogo (guitar) Manfred Long (electric bass) Joby Jobs (drums) Freddy Mars (percussion) Manu Dibango (percussion, keyboards, sax, vocals, arranger) Small "Manu" Rodanet (tumba)
Paris, France, 1973
26528Lily
26529Soul Makossa
26530New Bell
26531Nights In Zeralda
26532Hibiscus
26533Dangwa
26534Oboso

SD 7268   Billy Cobham - Spectrum

Jan Hammer (piano, electric piano, synthesizer) Tommy Bolin (guitar) Lee Sklar (electric bass) Billy Cobham (drums)
Electric Lady Studios, NYC, May 14 & 15, 1973
26750Quadrant 4
26751Searching For The Right Door
26753Anxiety
26754Taurian Matador
26755Stratus
26756To The Women In My Life
26758Snoopy's Search
26759Red Baron
Jimmy Owens (trumpet, flugelhorn) Joe Farrell (flute, soprano, alto sax) Jan Hammer (piano, electric piano, synthesizer) Ron Carter (bass) Billy Cobham (drums) Ray Barretto (congas)
Electric Lady Studios, NYC, May 16, 1973
26752Spectrum
26757Le Lis

SD 7269   Daryl Hall And John Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette

Joe Farrell (tenor sax) Pat Rebillot (organ) Daryl Hall (electric piano, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Christopher Bond (electric guitar) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Pancho Morales (congas)
NYC, March 20, 1973
26357Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)
Joe Farrell (tenor sax) Daryl Hall (electric piano, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Christopher Bond (electric guitar, Mellotron, synthesizer) Steve "Fontz" Gelfand (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, April 30, 1973
27305She's Gone
John Blair (electric violin) Daryl Hall (mandolin, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Hugh McCracken (electric guitar) Steve "Fontz" Gelfand (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 1, 1973
26727Lady Rain
Larry Packer (violin) Daryl Hall (keyboards, vocals) Marc Holowitz (banjo) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Christopher Bond (electric guitar, Mellotron, synthesizer) Steve "Fontz" Gelfand (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
26729Everytime I Look At You
Joe Farrell (oboe) Christopher Bond (Mellotron) Daryl Hall (mandolin, vocals) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Hugh McCracken (electric guitar) Steve "Fontz" Gelfand (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
26733When The Morning Comes
Daryl Hall (electric piano, vocals) Jerry Ricks (guitar) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Christopher Bond (electric guitar, Mellotron) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 2, 1973
26728I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)
Joe Farrell (alto sax) Gloria Agostini (harp) Richard Tee (piano) Daryl Hall (piano, vocals) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Humanity Chorus: Daryl Hall, John Oates, Walter F. Hohl, Kathy Mae Hohl, Ronald Wanner, Donald Wanner, Christopher Bond (backing vocals) Arif Mardin (bass vocals) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
26732Abandoned Luncheonette
Marvin Stamm (flugelhorn) Daryl Hall (piano, vocals) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 3, 1973
26734Laughing Boy
Daryl Hall (electric piano, vocals) Jerry Ricks (guitar) John Oates (guitar, vocals) Christopher Bond (electric guitar) Steve "Fontz" Gelfand (bass) Rick Marotta (drums, percussion) unidentified horns and strings, Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, May 4, 1973
26731Had I Known You Better Then (electric version)
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19139.

SD 7270   Bette Midler

Bette Midler (vocals) and others
Atlantic Studios, NYC, July 10, 1973
27087I Shall Be Released
27088Surabaya Johnny
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, July 13, 1973
27095In The Mood
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC?, circa July or August, 1973???
27496Drinking Again
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, August 14, 1973
27571Breaking Up Somebody's Home
Barry Manilow (piano, arranger, conductor) Bette Midler (vocals) unidentified rhythm, strings and background vocals
Atlantic Studios, NYC, November 6, 1973
26736Optimistic Voices / Lullaby Of Broadway
26737Twisted
26738Higher And Higher (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me)
Bette Midler (vocals) and others
Atlantic Studios, NYC, 1973
27573Uptown / Da Doo Run Run
27574Skylark

SD 7271   Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly

Roberta Flack (vocals) and others
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, 1971
27802I'm The Girl
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) Richard Tee (organ) Eric Gale (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Herbie Lovelle (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) unidentified horns (-1) unidentified strings (-2,3) Alfred Ellis (arranger -1) Eumir Deodato (arranger -2,3)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May 23, 1972
1. 24653No Tears (In The End)
2. 24654Suzanne
3. 24656Jesse
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals) Hugh McCracken (guitar) Ron Carter (bass) Ray Lucas (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion)
NYC, November 17, 1972
25765Killing Me Softly With His Song (edited version)
Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Jim Buffington, Brooks Tillotson (French horn) Seldon Powell, Frank Wess (sax) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Roberta Flack (vocals) William Eaton (arranger, director) and others
NYC, December 5, 1972
27801Conversation Love
Joe Wilder (trumpet) Garnett Brown (trombone) Jim Buffington, Brooks Tillotson (French horn) Seldon Powell, Frank Wess (sax) Bob James (piano) Hugh McCracken (guitar, banjo) Ron Carter (bass) Grady Tate (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Roberta Flack (vocals) William Eaton (arranger, director)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, June 15, 1973
27800When You Smile
Roberta Flack (piano, vocals?) and others
released August, 1973
River
** also issued on Atlantic SD 19154.

SD 7272   Macondo - unknown title

Macondo (rock group)
July 17, 1973
26888Song For Nothing
26889Querro Del Barrio
26890Girl With Tomorrow In Her Eyes
26891From A Distance
26892Chango
26893Baila Linda
26894Afinkalo
26895Beautiful Lady
26896Try
26897Latin Music

SD 7273   Barnaby Bye - Room To Grow

Billy Alessi (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals) Bobby Alessi, Peppi Castro (guitar, bass, vocals) Michael Ricciardella (drums, percussion, vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, February 23, 1973
26771I Think I'm Gonna Like It
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 21, 1973
26767Laneya
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, March 22, 1973
26774Marsha Mamaillia
26775I Feel For You
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 6, 1973
26773Jessie Girl
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, April 7, 1973
26770Dreamer
Billy Alessi (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals) Bobby Alessi, Peppi Castro (guitar, bass, vocals) Michael Ricciardella (drums, percussion, vocals) Leata Galloway (voice)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, May 13, 1973
26776Something Good About Nothing
Kenneth "Honk" Stuart Jr. (ragtime piano -3) Billy Alessi (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals) Charlie Brown (lead guitar -4) Jonathan Stuart (guitar -4) Bobby Alessi, Peppi Castro (guitar, bass, vocals) Billy Lindner (drums -4) Michael Ricciardella (drums, percussion, vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, June 21, 1973
1. 27296The Day Came On
2. 27297She Was Pleased
3. 27298Boopa
4. 27299The Way
Billy Alessi (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals) Bobby Alessi, Peppi Castro (guitar, bass, vocals) Michael Ricciardella (drums, percussion, vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, August 11, 1973
27300I Won't Sleep On Your Shoes
27301She's Leaving Home

SD 7274   John Prine - Sweet Revenge

John Prine (guitar, vocals) and others
"State University", New Paltz, NY, April 7, 1973
26447Dear Abby
Dave Prine (banjo) John Christopher, Steve Goodman (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Reggie Young (electric guitar) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums)
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, June 5, 1973
26706Grandpa Was A Carpenter
David Briggs (piano, organ) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Steve Goodman, Reggie Young (electric guitar) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums, tambourine) overdubs: Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck, Judy Clay (backing vocals)
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, June 6, 1973
26709Sweet Revenge
Jerry Shook (harmonica) John Prine (guitar, vocals) John Christopher, Steve Goodman, Reggie Young (electric guitar) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums) Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (percussion) overdubs: unidentified horns, Arif Mardin (horn arranger)
26710Often Is A Word I Seldom Use
John Christopher, Steve Goodman (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Reggie Young (electric guitar) Dave Prine (Dobro) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums) Raun MacKinnon (harmony vocals)
26711Please Don't Bury Me
Jerry Shook (harmonica) David Briggs (organ) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Reggie Young (electric guitar) Grady Martin (Dobro) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums)
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, June 7, 1973
26712Christmas In Prison
Bobby Woods (piano) David Briggs (organ) John Christopher (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Steve Goodman, Reggie Young (electric guitar) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) overdubs: Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck, Judy Clay, Raun MacKinnon (backing vocals) overdubs: unidentified horns, Arif Mardin (horn arranger)
26713Mexican Home
Bobby Woods (piano) Steve Goodman, Reggie Young (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) John Christopher (guitar, harmony vocals) Dave Prine (Dobro) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums)
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, June 8, 1973
26714Nine Pound Hammer
Dave Prine (fiddle) David Briggs (piano) John Christopher, Reggie Young (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Grady Martin (Dobro) Doyle Grisham (steel guitar) Mike Leach (bass) Kenny Malone (drums) Raun MacKinnon (harmony vocals)
26715The Accident (Things Could Be Worse)
Steve Goodman, Grady Martin (guitar) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Bill Salter (bass)
26716A Good Time
Kenny Ascher (piano, electric piano) Steve Burgh (guitar, electric guitar) Steve Goodman (guitar, electric guitar, harmony vocals) John Prine (guitar, vocals) Hugh McDonald (bass) Steve Mosley (drums)
NYC, 1973
27455Blue Umbrella
27456Onomatopoeia

SD 7275   Willie Nelson - The Troublemaker

Doug Sahm (fiddle, backing vocals) Bobbie Nelson (piano) Jeff Gutcheon (organ) Willie Nelson (guitar, lead vocals) Larry Gatlin (guitar, backing vocals) James Clayton Day (steel guitar, Dobro) Dan Spears (bass) Paul English (drums) Dee Moeller, Sammi Smith (backing vocals)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, 1973
26035Will The Circle Be Unbroken
26036Where The Soul Never Dies
26037When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
26038In The Garden
26039Shall We Gather
26040The Troublemaker
26041Uncloudy Day
26042Sweet Bye And Bye
26043Whispering Hope
26044There Is A Fountain
26045Precious Memories

SD 7276   Manu Dibango - Makossa Man

Manu Dibango (soprano, tenor sax, piano, organ, vibes, marimba, vocals) Harry Gatibelza (organ) Jerry Bokilo Malekani, Slim Pezin (guitar) Manfred Long, Philippe Nevue (electric bass) Lucien Dobat, Claude Vamur (drums) Freddy N'Kounkou (percussion) Small "Manu" Rodanet (tumba)
Sofrason Studios, Paris, France, 1973
27386Essimo
27387Moni
27388Tom Tom
27389Senga
27390Mwasa Makossa
27391Weya
27392Lakisane
Manu Dibango (percussion, sax, keyboards, vocals) and others
Paris, France?, circa 1973???
27895Pepe Soup

SD 7277   Margie Joseph - Sweet Surrender

Richard Tee (piano, organ) Cornell Dupree, Hugh McCracken (guitar) Jerry Jemmott (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Cissy Houston, Renelie Stafford, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) + overdubs: Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Sammy Turner (backing vocals) + overdubs: David Newman (flute, tenor sax) Gene Orloff (concertmaster) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, June 14, 1972
24725He's Got A Way About Him
Richard Tee (keyboards) Cornell Dupree, David Spinozza (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: David Newman (flute, tenor sax) Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Cissy Houston, Renelie Stafford, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, September 21, 1972
25639Baby I'm A-Want You
Norman Pride (percussion) replaces MacDonald
NYC, September 22, 1972
25641Ridin' High
Pat Rebillot, Richard Tee (keyboards) Ken Bichel (synthesizer -1,3) Norman Harris, David Spinozza (guitar) Bob Babbitt (electric bass) Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Judy Clay, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
NYC, 1973
1. 26816If I'm Still Around Tomorrow
2. 26817Sweet Surrender
3. 26823To Know You Is To Love You
Pat Rebillot, Richard Tee (keyboards) Norman Harris, David Spinozza (guitar) Bob Babbitt (electric bass) Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Judy Clay, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
26819My Love
Pat Rebillot, Richard Tee (keyboards) Stan Free (synthesizer -1) Norman Harris, David Spinozza (guitar) Bob Babbitt (electric bass) Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Judy Clay, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
1. 26821Come Lay Some Lovin' On Me
2. 26822Come With Me
Pat Rebillot, Richard Tee (keyboards) Norman Harris, David Spinozza (guitar) Bob Babbitt (electric bass) Andrew Smith (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Margie Joseph (vocals) + overdubs: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) Judy Clay, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) unidentified strings, Arif Mardin (arranger, conductor)
27866Strange (I Still Love You)

SD 7278   Ms. Marti Brown

Marti Brown (vocals) Joe Babcock, Dolores Edgin, June Page, Bergen White, Hurshel Wiginton (backing vocals) unidentified rhythm and strings
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, 1973
26613Let My Love Shine
26614Love Me Back To Sleep
26615Sing For My Supper
Buddy Spicher (fiddle) David Briggs, Pig Robbins, Bobby Wood (piano) Harold Bradley, Jimmy Covard, Ray Edenton, Grady Martin, Billy Sanford, Troy Seals, Dale Sellers, Jerry Shook, Chip Young, Reggie Young (guitar) Weldon Myrick (steel guitar) Mike Leech, Norbert Putnam, Henry Strzelecki (bass) Larry London, Kenny Malone (drums) Marti Brown (vocals) The Jordanaires: Hoyt Hawkins, Gordon Stoker, Neal Matthews, Ray Walker, Millie Kirkham (backing vocals) The Nashville Edition: Hurshel Wiginton, Joe Babcock, June Page, Dolores Edgin, Bergen White (backing vocals) The Nashville Symphony: Brenton Banks, Sheldon Kurland, Stephanie Woolf, George Binkley, Marvin Chantry, Gary Vanosdale, Byron Bach (strings) T.J. Wipperman (horns) David Paul Briggs (arranger)
27423I Only Want To Be With You
27424No Ring, No Strings
27425Till I Lose You All The Way
27426Call Me Gone
27427Behind Closed Doors
27428There's So Much Love Left Over (I Could Love You Again)
27429Emotions
27430The Single Girl And A Married Man
27431Give It Time To Be Tender

SD 7279   This Is Henson Cargill Country

Pig Robbins (piano) Fred Carter Jr., Jimmy Coward, Ray Edenton, Grady Martin, Dale Sellers, Pete Wade, Chip Young (guitar) Stu Basore (steel guitar) Bob Moore, Henry Strzelecki (bass) Jerry Carrigan, Kenny Malone (drums) Farrell Morris (percussion, vibes) Henson Cargill (vocals) The Gary S. Paxton Singers: Gary S. Paxton, Diane Tidwell, Laverna Moore, Larry Strzelecki (backing vocals) The Jordanaires: Hoyt Hawkins, Neal Matthews, Gordon Stoker, Ray Walker, Millie Kirkham, Herman Harper (backing vocals) The Nashville Symphony: Brenton Banks, Marvin Chantry, Byron Bach, Gary Vanosdale, Sheldon Kurland, Don Teal, George Binkley, Solie Fott, Stephanie Woolf (strings)
Fred Carter Jr. Studios, Goodlettsville, TN, 1973
27319Some Old California Memory
27320The Boxer
27321I Like Having You Around
27322But You Know I Love You
27323She Still Comes To Me (To Pour The Wine)
27324(Old Dogs, Children And) Watermelon Wine
27325City Boy, Country Born
27326Jody And The Kid
27327Daddy, What's A Tree
27328I Wish I'd Known Enough About Love
27329A Writer Of Verses And A Singer Of Songs
27330City Of New Orleans

SD 7280   Don Adams - On His Way

Don Adams (vocals) Joe Babcock, Buzz Cason, Dolores Edgin, June Page, Hurshel Wiginton (backing vocals) unidentified rhythm and strings
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, 1973
26471I'll Be Satisfied
26472All For The Love Of A Girl
Vassar Clements, Johnny Gimble, Paul "Peanut" Justice, Roy Justice, Buddy Spicher (fiddle) David Briggs, Bobby Wood (piano) Gary "Showhog" Adams, Harold Bradley, Jimmy Covard, Ray Edenton, Teddy Irwin, Billy Sanford, Troy Seals, Jerry Shook, Pete Wade, Reggie Young (guitar) Doug Jernigan, Weldon Myrick (steel guitar) Mike Leech, Jack Williams (bass) Jerry Carrigan, Kenny Malone (drums) Don Adams (vocals) The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker, Neal Matthews, Hoyt Hawkins, Ray Walker, Millie Kirkham (backing vocals) The Nashville Edition: Hurshel Wiginton, Joe Babcock, June Page, Dolores Edgin, Buzz Cason (backing vocals) The Nashville Symphony: Brenton Banks, Sheldon Kurland, Stephanie Woolf, George Binkley, Marvin Chantry, Gary Vanosdale, Byron Bach (strings) David Paul Briggs (arranger)
27413Manhattan, Kansas
27414Worst Of Luck
27415Oh, What A Future She Had
27416Hold Back Tomorrow
27417I've Already Stayed Too Long
27418A Drink, A Dance, And An Old Love Song
27419Daydream
27420It Keeps Right On A' Hurtin'
27421The Way I'm Needing You
27422I Just Lost My Favorite Girl

SD 7281   Now Presenting Troy Seals

Troy Seals (guitar, vocals) and others
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, 1973
26777I Got A Thing About You Baby
Vassar Clements, Johnny Gimble, Buddy Spicher (fiddle) David Briggs (piano, arranger) Charlie McCoy (organ) Bobby Thompson (banjo) Harold Bradley, Ray Edenton, Teddy Irwin, Dave Kirby, Billy Sanford, Dale Sellers, Jerry Shook, Chip Young, Reggie Young (guitar) Troy Seals (guitar, vocals) Stu Basore, Lloyd Green, Weldon Myrick (steel guitar) Mike Leech, Billy Linneman, Jack Williams (bass) Kenneth Buttery, Buddy Harman, Jim Isbell, Kenny Malone (drums) The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker, Neal Matthews, Hoyt Hawkins, Ray Walker (backing vocals) The Nashville Edition: Hurshel Wiginton, Joe Babcock, Dolores Edgin, June Page, Carol Montgomery (backing vocals) The Nashville Symphony: Gary Vanosdale, Marvin Chantry, Byron Bach, George Binkley, Martin Katahn, Sheldon Kurland, Brenton Banks (strings) Temple Riser, The Holladay Sisters (backing vocals)
27432A Drink, A Dance, And An Old Love Song
27433Talkin' With My Lady
27434We Had It All
27435World's Most Broken Heart
27436Star Of The Bar
27437We'd Better Stop
27438You Almost Slipped My Mind
27439Waiting And Wanting
27440You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover
Troy Seals (guitar, vocals) The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker, Neal Matthews, Hoyt Hawkins, Ray Walker, Bergen White, Millie Kirkham, Louis Nunley, Duane West (backing vocals) unidentified rhythm and strings
Quadraphonic Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, circa 1973???
25984There's A Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In)
25985Sweet Country Red

SD 7282   Terry Stafford - Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose

Terry Stafford (vocals) The Nashville Edition: Joe Babcock, Hurshel Wiginton, June Page, Dolores Edgin, Jackie Allen (backing vocals) unidentified rhythm and strings
Nashville, TN?, 1973
26867Amarillo By Morning
26868Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose
James Buchanan, Johnny Gimble, Shorty Lavender (fiddle) Ron Oates, Pig Robbins (piano) Charlie McCoy (organ, vibes, harpsichord) Tommy Allsup, Jimmy Capps, Steve Gibson, Gary S. Paxton, Leon Rhodes, Billy Sanford, Reggie Young (guitar) Pete Drake, Lloyd Green, Weldon Myrick (steel guitar) Joe Allen, Henry Strzelecki (bass) Jerry Carrigan, Kenny Malone (drums) Gene Price (unknown instruments) Terry Stafford (vocals) The Nashville Edition: Joe Babcock, Hurshel Wiginton, June Page, Dolores Edgin, Jackie Allen (backing vocals)
Jack Clement Studios, Nashville, TN, 1973
27343Country Canary
27344Big In Vegas
27345Suspicion
27346Ain't No Woman Like My Woman
27347Shelley's Winter Love
27348Let's Keep The Memories Warm
27349Captured
27350Easy To Say, Hard To Do
27351Road House Country Singer
27352It Sure Is Bad To Love Her

SD 7283   David Rogers - Farewell To The Ryman

James Buchanan, Johnny Gimble (fiddle) Earl Ball (piano) Tommy Allsup, Dave Kirby, Leon Rhodes, Jack Solomon, Pete Wade (guitar) David Rogers (guitar, vocals) Lloyd Green, Larry Sasser, Bill West (steel guitar) Bob Moore, Henry Strzelecki, Joe Zinkan (bass) D.J. Fontana, Buddy Harman, Karl Himmel, Larry London (drums) Lanny Avery (percussion, banjo) The Jordanaires: Gordon Stoker, Neal Matthews, Ray Walker, Dorothy Deleonibus (backing vocals) The Lea Singers: Lea Jane Berinati, Herman Harper, Tom Brannon, Janie Brannon (backing vocals) The Nashville Edition: Hurshel Wiginton, June Page, Joe Babcock, Dolores Edgin, Don Gant (backing vocals)
Pete's Place, Nashville, TN, 1973
27331Blue Moon Of Kentucky
27332Great Speckled Bird
27333I'm Movin'
27334I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)
27335Walking The Floors Over You
27336Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
27337Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
27338Release
27339Mexican Joe
27340Wondering
27341I Walk The Line
27342A Satisfied Mind

SD 7284   The Best Of Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young (not released?)

no details

SD 7285   Jackie Moore - Sweet Charlie Babe

Dave Crawford (piano) Billy Carter (organ) Cornell Dupree, Jimmy O'Rourke (guitar) Harold Cowart (bass) Ron Zeigler (drums) Jackie Moore (vocals) + overdubs: The Memphis Horns: Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, November 11, 1969
21159Cover Me
same personnel
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, April 23, 1970?
19132Precious, Precious
19133Willpower
Phares Corder, Charles Wicker (trumpet) Edwin Butler (trombone) James Mullen, Booker Walker (tenor sax) Hugh Garraway (baritone sax) Dave Crawford, Wardell Quezergue (keyboards) Jerry Puckett (guitar) Vernie Robbins (bass) James Stroud (drums) Brad Shapiro (percussion) Jackie Moore (vocals)
Malaco Sound Studios, Jackson, MS, circa 1970 or 1971???
23744Darling Baby
Dave Crawford, Dr. John as Mac Rebennack, Mike Utley (keyboards) Dennis Coffey, Ray Minett (guitar) Jesse Boyce (bass) Freeman Brown (drums) Jack Ashford, Brad Shapiro (percussion) Jackie Moore (vocals) + overdubs: The Memphis Horns: Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) and others
Miami, FL, August 13, 1971?
22714Time
Cotton Kent, Bunny Sigler, James Sigler (keyboards) Bobby Eli, Norman Harris (guitar) Tony Bell (guitar, arranger, conductor) Ronnie Baker (bass) Andrew Smith, Earl Young (drums) Larry Washington (percussion) Jackie Moore (vocals) Don Renaldo And The Philadelphia Strings And Horns, Richard Rome (arranger)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, November 14, 1972?
25599Sweet Charlie Babe
25600Both Ends Against The Middle
Bell plays (guitar) Baker plays (bass, arranger, conductor). Bob Babbitt (bass) replaces Rome
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, March, 1973?
26205If
Bell plays (guitar, arranger, conductor) Baker plays (bass)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, 1973
27458Clean Up Your Own Yard
Dave Crawford, Mike Utley (keyboards) Dennis Coffey, Ray Minett (guitar) Jesse Boyce (bass) Freeman Brown (drums) Jack Ashford (percussion) Jackie Moore (vocals) + overdubs: The Memphis Horns: Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Andrew Love (tenor sax) and others
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, 1973
27459Something In A Look

SD 7286   The J. Geils Band - Ladies Invited

Magic Dick (harmonica, trumpet) Seth Justman (keyboards, vocals) J. Geils (guitar) Danny Klein (electric bass) Stephen Bladd (drums, vocals) Peter Wolf (lead vocals)
The Hit Factory, NYC, 1973
27535Did You No Wrong
27536I Can't Go On
27537Lay Your Good Thing Down
27538That's Why I'm Thinking Of You
27539No Doubt About It
27540The Lady Makes Demands
27541My Baby Don't Love Me
27542Diddyboppin'
27543Take A Chance (On Romance)
27544Chimes

SD 7287   Sir Douglas Band - Texas Tornado

Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Dr. John (piano) Augie Meyers (organ) Doug Sahm (guitar, bajo sexto) David Bromberg (Dobro) Charlie Owens (steel guitar) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, October 9, 1972
25482Chicano
Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Kenny Kosek (fiddle) Doug Sahm (fiddle, vocals) Augie Meyers (piano) Dr. John (organ) Andy Statman (mandolin) Atwood Allen (guitar, harmony vocals) David Bromberg (Dobro) Charlie Owens (steel guitar) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, October 11, 1972
25487I'll Be There
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) David Newman (tenor sax) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Dr. John (organ) Arif Mardin (electric piano) Doug Sahm (guitar, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, October 12, 1972
25477Ain't That Loving You
Wayne Jackson (trumpet) Neal Rosengarden (flugelhorn) David Newman (tenor sax) Flaco Jimenez (accordion) Dr. John (piano) Augie Meyers (organ) Doug Sahm (guitar, vocals) Charlie Owens (steel guitar) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
25500Tennessee Blues
Charley MacBirney (trumpet) Rocky Morales (tenor sax) Augie Meyers (organ) Doug Sahm (guitar, bajo sexto, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, March 1, 1973
26457Nitty Gritty
Charley MacBirney (trumpet) Jimmy Knepper (trombone) George Coleman (alto sax) Rocky Morales (tenor sax) David Newman (tenor sax, flute) Willie Bridges (baritone sax) Warren Shiasson (vibes) George Stubbs (electric piano) Doug Sahm (guitar, electric piano, vocals, arranger) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
NYC, March 14, 1973
26459Blue Horizon
26460Someday
Barry Goldberg (piano, organ) Doug Sahm (lead guitar, vocals) Louie Ortega, Frank Paredes (rhythm guitar, harmony vocals) Steve Vargas (bass) George Rains (drums)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, April 30, 1973
27306Texas Tornado
Red Angeli (electric piano) Doug Sahm (lead guitar, vocals) Louie Ortega, Frank Paredes (rhythm guitar, harmony vocals) Steve Vargas (bass) George Rains (drums) Benny Valarde (conga drums)
27307Juan Mendoza
Jack Walrath (trumpet) Martin Fierro (tenor sax) Mel Martin (baritone sax) Augie Meyers (organ) Mike Nock (electric piano) Doug Sahm (guitar, bajo sexto, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums)
Wally Heider Recording Studios, San Francisco, CA, 1973
26455San Francisco F.M. Blues
Joe Ellis (trumpet) Martin Fierro, Mel Martin (tenor sax) Augie Meyers (organ) Doug Sahm (guitar, vocals) Jack Barber (bass) George Rains (drums, timbales)
NYC, 1973
26461Hard Way

SD 7288   Graham Nash - Wild Tales

Graham Nash (rhythm guitar, vocals) David Lindley (slide guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums)
Rudy Records, San Francisco, CA, 1973
27504Grave Concern
Joel Bernstein (guitar) Graham Nash (rhythm guitar, vocals) Ben Keith (steel guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums)
27505Hey You (Looking At The Moon)
Graham Nash (rhythm guitar, vocals) David Lindley (slide guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums)
27786Wild Tales
Graham Nash (electric piano, harmonica, vocals) David Lindley (mandolin) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums) David Crosby (vocals)
27787Prison Song
Graham Nash (guitar, vocals) Ben Keith (pedal steel guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums)
27788You'll Never Be The Same
Joe Yankee (piano) Harry Halex (electric piano) Ben Keith (pedal steel guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums) David Crosby, Graham Nash (vocals)
27789And So It Goes
Graham Nash (piano, harmonica, vocals) David Mason (12-string guitar) Tim Drummond (bass)
27790Oh! Camil (The Winter Soldier)
Graham Nash (guitar, vocals) Tim Drummond (bass)
27791I Miss You
Graham Nash (piano, harmonica, vocals) Harry Halex (guitar) Ben Keith (pedal steel guitar) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums) David Crosby (vocals)
27792On The Line
Graham Nash (electric piano, vocals) Joel Bernstein (guitar) Ben Keith (Dobro) Tim Drummond (bass) John Barbata (drums) Joni Mitchell (vocals)
27793Another Sleep Song

SD 7289   Canned Heat - One More River To Cross

Bob "The Bear" Hite (harmonica, vocals) Ed Beyer (keyboards) Henry Vestine (lead guitar) James Shane (rhythm guitar, bass, vocals) Richard Hite (rhythm guitar, vocals) Adolfo "Fito" De La Parra (drums, percussion) + Harrison Calloway (trumpet) Charles Rose (trombone) Harvey Thompson (tenor sax) Ronnie Eades (baritone sax)
Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, AL, September, 1973
27769One More River To Cross
27770L.A. Town
27771I Need Someone
27772Bagful Of Boogie
27773Bright Times Are Comin'
27774You Am What You Am
27775Shake, Rattle And Roll
27776I'm A Hog For You, Baby
27777Highway 401
27778We Remember Fats (Fats Domino Medley): Introduction / The Fat Man / I'm In Love Again / I'm Walkin' / Whole Lot Of Loving / Let The Four Winds Blow / I'm Ready / So Long

SD 7290   Eric Kaz - Cul-De-Sac

Eric Kaz (piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Ray Lucas (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) John Hall (unknown instruments) Robert Kreemar (leader)
The Hit Factory, NYC, May 1, 1973
26465Good As It Can Be
Tim Moore (piano) Todd Rundgren (guitar) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Eric Kaz (vocals)
A&R Studios, NYC, June 14, 1973
26724I'm Goin' Down Slow
26726Shadow Of Night
Tim Moore (piano) Norman Pride (guitar) Gordon Edwards (bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Eric Kaz (vocals)
A&R Studios, NYC, June 18, 1973
26721There Is No End
27304Come With Me
David T. Walker (guitar) Eric Kaz (guitar, vocals) Jim Keltner (drums)
The Record Plant, NYC, July 30, 1973
27000Looking For A Sign
27001I Can't Live Without You
Eric Kaz (piano) Paul Barrere (guitar)
The Hit Factory, NYC, October 11, 1973
27545I'll Find The Way
Eric Kaz (piano, guitar, vocals) and others
circa October, 1973???
27665Deliver Me
same session
27779My Love Will Never Die

SD 7291   Willie Nelson - Phases And Stages

Al Lester (fiddle) Johnny Gimble (fiddle, mandolin) Barry Beckett (keyboards) Eric Weissberg (banjo) Fred Carter Jr. (guitar, 12-string guitar, electric guitar, Dobro) Pete Carr (guitar, electric guitar, Dobro, backing vocals) Willie Nelson (guitar, vocals) John Hughey (pedal steel guitar) David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums) Jeannie Greene, George Soule (backing vocals) Mike Lewis (string arranger)
Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 17, 1973
27701Phases And Stages (Theme)
27702Walkin'
27703Pretend I Never Happened
27704Sister's Coming Home
27705Down At The Corner Beer Joint
27706(How Will I Know) I'm Falling In Love Again
27707Phases And Stages (Theme)
27708No Love Around
27709I Still Can't Believe You're Gone
27710It's Not Supposed To Be That Way
27712Heaven And Hell
27713Pick Up The Tempo
27714Bloody Mary Morning
Johnny Gimble (fiddle, mandolin) Barry Beckett (keyboards) Fred Carter Jr. (guitar, 12-string guitar, electric guitar, Dobro) Pete Carr (guitar, electric guitar, Dobro) Willie Nelson (guitar, vocals) John Hughey (pedal steel guitar) David Hood (bass) Roger Hawkins (drums)
Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Muscle Shoals, AL, 1973
27997Phases And Stages (Theme)
27998Washing The Dishes
27999Phases And Stages (Theme)
28000-

SD 7292   Aretha Franklin - Let Me In Your Life

Neal Rosengarden (vibes) Aretha Franklin (piano, celeste, vocals) Donny Hathaway (organ, electric piano) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) + The Sweethearts Of Soul: Margaret Branch, Brenda Bryant, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + Carolyn Franklin, Erma Franklin (backing vocals)
Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, FL, February 16, 1971
21310With Pen In Hand
Donny Hathaway (piano -2) Aretha Franklin (piano, electric piano, vocals) Richard Tee (organ, keyboards -1,3) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Willie Weeks (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) + overdubs: unidentified strings: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) + unidentified horns including Ernie Royal (trumpet) Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, March 24, 1973
1. 26762If You Don't Think
2. 26764Oh Baby
3. 26765A Song For You
Richard Tee (piano) Bob James (organ) Eumir Deodato (electric piano, arranger) David Spinozza (guitar) Stanley Clarke (bass) Rick Marotta (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Aretha Franklin (vocals) + overdubs: unidentified strings: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) + unidentified horns: Arif Mardin (arranger)
A&R Studios, NYC, April 9, 1973
26386Let Me In Your Life
Donny Hathaway (piano) Bob James (keyboards) Cornell Dupree, David Spinozza (guitar) Stanley Clarke (bass) Rick Marotta (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Aretha Franklin (vocals) William Eaton (arranger) + overdubs: Judy Clay, Gwen Guthrie, Cissy Houston, Deidre Tuck (backing vocals) + overdubs: Judy Clay, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith (backing vocals)
A&R Studios, NYC, April 10, 1973
26388I'm In Love
26389The Masquerade Is Over
26390Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Richard Tee (electric piano, organ) Cornell Dupree (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) Ralph MacDonald, Pancho Morales (percussion) + overdubs: Margaret Branch, Ann S. Clark, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + overdubs: unidentified strings: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) + unidentified horns including Joe Farrell (tenor sax) Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, August 13, 1973
27268Eight Days On The Road
27269Every Natural Thing
Aretha Franklin (piano, vocals) Richard Tee (organ) Donny Hathaway (electric piano) Kenneth Bichel (synthesizer) Hugh McCracken (guitar) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Bernard Purdie (drums) + overdubs: Margaret Branch, Ann S. Clark, Pat Smith (backing vocals) + overdubs: unidentified strings: Gene Orloff (concertmaster) + unidentified horns including Joe Farrell (flute) Arif Mardin (arranger)
NYC, September 7, 1973
27354Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)

SD 7293   Maggie Bell - Queen Of The Night

Barry Goldberg, Arthur Jenkins, Leon Pendarvis, Richard Tee (keyboards) Cornell Dupree, Reggie Young (lead guitar) Cornell Dupree, Hugh McCracken (rhythm guitar) John Hughey (steel guitar) Bill Salter (bass) Chuck Rainey (electric bass) Steve Gadd (drums) Ralph MacDonald (percussion) Maggie Bell (vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) unidentified horns, The Antisia Music: William Eaton, Arthur Jenkins, Ralph MacDonald, Bill Salter (arranger)
Atlantic Studios, NYC, October 3, 1973
27565Yesterday's Music
27566Queen Of The Night
27567Caddo Queen
27568We Had It All
same personnel
Atlantic Studios, NYC, October 4, 1973
27560A Woman Left Lonely
27561Souvenirs
27562As The Years Go Passing By
27563After Midnight
Maggie Bell (vocals) The Sweet Inspirations (vocal group) and others
Atlantic Studios, NYC, October, 1973
27766Trade Winds
27768Oh My My
The Other Side

SD 7294   Black Heat - No Time To Burn

Rodney Edwards (trumpet, timbales, vibes) Ray Thompson (sax, flute, woodwinds) Johnell Grey (keyboards, vocals) Bradley Owens (guitar, vocals) Naamon "Chip" Jones (bass, vocals) Esco Cromer (drums, percussion, vocals)
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May 7, 1973
26492Love The Life You Live
26493Times Have Changed
26494You Should've Listened
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May 8, 1973
26495Rapid Fire
26496M & M's
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May 9, 1973
26498Check It All Out
same personnel
Regent Sound Studios, NYC, May 10, 1973
26500Things Change
Rodney Edwards (trumpet, timbales, vibes) Ray Thompson (sax, flute, woodwinds) Johnell Grey (keyboards, vocals) Bradley Owens (guitar, vocals) Naamon "Chip" Jones (bass, vocals) Esco Cromer (drums, percussion, vocals) Raymond Green (congas, percussion, vocals)
NYC, July 2, 1973
27143No Time To Burn
27147Supercool (aka That's What They Say)

SD 7295   Melvin Van Peebles - What The... You Mean I Can't Sing

Arthur Jenkins (keyboards) Harold Wheeler (keyboards, arranger, conductor) George Davis, Jerry Friedman, Bob Mann (guitar) Bob Babbitt (bass) Andrew Smith (drums) Leopoldo Fleming, Warren Smith (percussion) Rhetta Hughes, Barbara Massey, Tasha Thomas (backing vocals) Melvin Van Peebles (words, music)
Soundtek Studios, NYC, 1973
28092A Birth Certificate Ain't Nothing But A Death Warrant
28093So Many Bars
28094Save The Watergate 500
28095Superstition
28096There
28097Come On Write Me
28098Eyes On The Rabbit
Christie Thompson (keyboards) David Cohen, George Davis, John Steven Soles (guitar) Kenny Altman (bass) Tali Jackson (drums) Leopoldo Fleming, Warren Smith (percussion) Mario Peebles (rhythm vocals) Melvin Van Peebles (words, music)
28099My Love Belongs To You

SD 7296   Spinners - Mighty Love

Billy Henderson, Bobbie Smith, Philippe Wynne (tenor vocals) Henry Fambrough (baritone vocals) Pervis Jackson (bass vocals) Yvette Benson, Carla Benton, Barbara Ingram (backing vocals) unidentified studio band, Thom Bell (arranger, conductor)
Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, PA, December, 1973?
28108Since I Been Gone
28109Ain't No Price On Happiness
28110I'm Glad You Walked Into My Life
28111I'm Coming Home
28112He'll Never Love You Like I Do
28113Love Has Gone Away
28114Love Don't Love Nobody
28115Mighty Love

SD 7297   Mott The Hoople - Rock And Roll Queen

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
18470Rock And Roll Queen
same personnel
"Fairfield Halls", Croydon, London, England, September 13, 1970
21120Keep A Knockin'
same personnel
London, England, released November, 1970
19795Thunderbuck Ram
19798Walkin' With A Mountain
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
Mott The Hoople (glam rock group)
Island Studios, London, England, circa 1971???
28233Midnight Lady
28234The Wheel Of The Quivering Meat Conception

SD 7298   King Crimson - Starless And Bible Black

David Cross (violin, viola, keyboards) Robert Fripp (guitar, Mellotron) John Wetton (electric bass, vocals) Bill Bruford (percussion)
Air Studios, London, England, January, 1974
28310The Great Deceiver
28311Lament
28312We'll Let You Know
28313The Night Watch
28314Trio
28315The Mincer
28316Starless And Bible Black
28317Fracture

SD 7299   Ace Spectrum - Inner Spectrum

Elliot Isaac, Aubrey (Troy) Johnson, Rudy Gay, Ed (Easy) Zant (vocal group) unidentified studio orchestra, Bert DeCoteaux (arranger, conductor)
RCA Studios, NYC, August 23, 1973
28085Easy
28086Movin' On
28087Don't Send Nobody Else
same personnel
Mediasound, NYC, October 1, 1973
28089I Don't Want To Play Around
28090Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
28091If You Were There
28100Me And My Love
28101Pickup