Atlantic Records Catalog: 8100 series

Atlantic Popular 8100 series (12 inch LP)

LP 8101   Various Artists - Saturday Night At The Uptown   1964

The Carltons, unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

"Uptown Theatre", Philadelphia, PA, July 24, 1964

8095Can't You Hear The Beat

Barbara Lynn, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8098(O Baby) We Got A Good Thing Goin'

Patty And The Emblems, unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8100Mixed Up, Shook Up, Girl

Wilson Pickett, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8102If You Need Me
I'm Gonna Cry

Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles, female vocal group; unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8106Down The Aisle

The Drifters, unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8112Under The Boardwalk
8113On Broadway
8114There Goes My Baby

The Vibrations, unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

8115The Watusi
8116My Girl Sloopy

** also released on Atlantic SD 8101.

LP 8102   Esther Phillips Sings Great Love Songs - And I Love Him   1965

Jerome Richardson, flute, clarinet, alto sax; George Devens, vibes; Paul Griffin, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Esther Phillips, vocals; Noah Hopkins, Charles Magruder, June Magruder, Ann Phillips, Howard Roberts, Maeretha Stewart, backing vocals; unidentified 10 strings, Mort Garson, arranger, director.

NYC, June 2, 1964

7941If You Love Me, Really Love Me
7942Make Believe Dreams
7943Too Soon To Know
7944You're The Reason I'm Living
7945Out Of The Blue

Urbie Green, trombone; Hubert Laws, flute; Robert Maxwell, harp; Tyree Glenn, vibes; Dave McKenna, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Mel Lewis, drums; Esther Phillips, vocals; unidentified 10 strings, Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, September 29, 1964

8197Makin' Whoopee
8198Shangri-La
8199I Wish You Love

Billy Byers, Buddy Morrow, Santo Russo, trombone; Bart Varsalona, bass trombone; Hubert Laws, flute; Dave McKenna, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Mel Lewis, drums; Esther Phillips, vocals; unidentified 10 strings, Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, October 1, 1964

8200'Tis Autumn
8201People
8202The Girl From Ipanema
8203Medley: Moonglow / A Theme From Picnic
8204And I Love Him

** also released on Atlantic SD 8102.

LP 8103   The Good Life With The Drifters   1965

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals.

NYC, August 4, 1964

8058Saturday Night At The Movies

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, October 26 & November 10, 1964

8340 | 8276Quando Quando Quando
8341 | 8268I Wish You Love
8342 | 8267Tonight
8343 | 8272More
8344 | 8273What Kind Of Fool Am I
8345 | 8271The Good Life
8346 | 8269As Long As She Needs Me
8347 | 8277Desafinado

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Stan Applebaum, arranger, director.

NYC, circa October 26 & November 10, 1964???

8348 | 8275Who Can I Turn To
8350Temptation
8351 | 8274On The Street Where You Live

** also released on Atlantic SD 8103.

LP 8104   Don Covay - Mercy!   1965

unknown, piano, guitar, bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, May 13, 1964

7873Can't Stay Away

Don Covay, vocals; and others.

NYC, May 18, 1964

7879Mercy, Mercy

Bob Bushnell, guitar; Ron Miller, bass?; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, October 1, 1964

8248Take This Hurt Off Me

Dud Bascomb, trumpet; Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Horace Ott, piano, organ; Bob Bushnell, Billy Butler, guitar; Ron Miller, bass?; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, October 3, 1964

8246Just Because
8247Come On In

Horace Ott, piano, organ; Bob Bushnell, Harry Jensen, guitar; Ron Miller, bass?; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, October 4, 1964

8252I'll Be Satisfied
8253You Must Believe In Me

Horace Ott, piano, organ; Harry Jensen, Wally Richardson, guitar; Bob Bushnell, electric bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, October 5, 1964

8243Daddy Loves Baby
8244Please Don't Let Me Know
8245Can't Fight It Baby

Dud Bascomb, trumpet; Babe Clarke, tenor sax; Horace Ott, piano; Harry Jensen, Wally Richardson, guitar; Ron Miller, bass?; Bob Bushnell, bass guitar; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

8249You're Good For Me
8251Come See About Me

** also released on Atlantic SD 8104.

LP 8105   Herbie Mann And Joao Gilberto With Antonio Carlos Jobim   1965

Herbie Mann, alto flute; Baden Powell, guitar; Gabriel, bass; Papao, drums #1; Juquinha, drums #2.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, October 15, 1962

1. 6539Deve Ser Amor (aka It Must Be Love)
2. 6540Consolacao (aka Consolation)

Herbie Mann, soprano, alto flute; Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano, arranger, vocals; and others.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, October 17, 1962

6546Samba De Uma Nota So (aka One Note Samba)
6547Amor Em Paz (aka Love In Peace)
6548Insensatez (aka How Insensitive)

Herbie Mann, flute; Roberto Menescal, guitar?.

6557O Barquinho

Joao Gilberto, guitar; and others.

October 19, 1962

6606Samba Da Minha Terra
6607O Barquinho
6608Bolinha De Papel

same session.

6623Maria Ninquem
6624Desafinado
6625Rosa Morena
6627Bim Bom

** also released on Atlantic SD 8105.

LP 8106   Joe Tex - Hold On To What You've Got   1965

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8302Fresh Out Of Tears
8303Hold What You've Got

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

NYC, December 16 & 17, 1964

8478Together We Stand
8479Tell Me Right Now

Harold "Money" Johnson, trumpet; Frank Moten, "Spooky", tenor sax, recorder; Mack Williams, baritone sax; unknown, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

NYC, December 16, 1964

8415You Can Stay (But That Noise Has Got To Go)
8416You Better Git It
8417You Got What It Takes
8418There Is A Girl
8420One Monkey Don't Stop No Show

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Muscle Shoals, AL?, circa December, 1964???

8432Are We Ready
8433Heep See Few Know
8434I'm Not Going To Work Today

** also released on Atlantic SD 8106.

LP 8107   Austin Cromer Sings For Her   1965

Hubert Laws, flute, alto flute, guitar; Chick Corea, piano; Richard Davis, bass; Bruno Carr, drums; Austin Cromer, vocals.

NYC, August 12, 1964

8069As Long As She Needs Me
8071The More I See You
8072A Tree In The Meadow
8073Laura
8074Once In A While
8075This Love Of Mine
8076I Wish I Knew
8077There Is No Greater Love
8078As Time Goes By

** also released on Atlantic SD 8107.

LP 8108   Killer Joe's International Discotheque   1965

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; King Curtis, tenor sax; Tate Houston, baritone sax; George Stubbs, piano; Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, guitar; Chuck Rainey, electric bass; Ray Lucas, drums; Killer Joe Piro, leader.

NYC, February 10, 1965

8618The Swim: C'mon And Swim
8619The Mlle
8620The "Cheek To Cheek": Discotheque Softly
8621The Frug: What'd I Say

same personnel.

NYC, February 11, 1965

8622The Monkey: The Monkey Time
8623The Watusi: Killer Joe
8624The Hully Gully: Hully Gully Baby
8625The Jerk
8626The Shake: Shake

King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bobo, percussion; Killer Joe Piro, leader; and others.

NYC, February 13, 1965

8627The Frug: Twist And Shout
8628The Bossa Nova: The Girl From Ipanema
8629The Merengue: The Best Seller
8630The Cha Cha Watusi: My Girl Sloopy
8697The Merengue: La Negra Del Solar

** also released on Atlantic SD 8108.

LP 8109   The Best Of Solomon Burke   1965

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Moe Wechsler, piano; Bert Keyes, organ; George Barnes, Billy Bauer, Allen Hanlon, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Ted Sommer, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Elise Bretton, Charles Cassey, Lillian Clark, Jerry Duane, Marcia Patterson, Alan Sokoloff, Mike Stewart, backing vocals; Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, December 13, 1960

5222Just Out Of Reach

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Jesse Powell, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Bob Mosley, organ; Don Arnone, Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Art Davis, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; William Eaton, Noah Hopkins, Richard Kraus, Howard Roberts, Earl Rogers, Sherman Sneed, David Vogel, backing vocals; Claus Ogerman, arranger, director.

NYC, December 6, 1961

5844Cry To Me

Dud Bascomb, Lammar Wright, trumpet; King Curtis, Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Alfred Williams, piano; unknown, organ; Bob Bushnell, Charles Macey, Bucky Pizzarelli, Jimmy Spruill, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Gary Chester, Panama Francis, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female choir, Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, April 4, 1962

6089Down In The Valley
6092I'm Hanging Up My Hat For You

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Herb Wasserman, tenor sax, flute; Phil Kraus, xylophone; Paul Griffin, piano; Jerry Ragovoy, piano?, producer?, composer?, arranger?; Dick Hyman, organ; Bill Suyker, Chauncey "Lord" Westbrook, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Elise Bretton, Doryce Brown, Lillian Clark, Jerome Graff, Trudy Packer, Howard Roberts, Albertine Robinson, Robert Spiro, David Vogel, Helen Way, Lois Winter, backing vocals; Bert Berns, arranger, director.

NYC, June 25, 1962

6288I Really Don't Want To Know
6290Home In Your Heart

Jimmy Maxwell, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Tom Mace, tenor sax; Jerome Richardson, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Dick Hyman, organ; Everett Barksdale, Bill Suyker, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Ted Sommer, percussion; Solomon Burke, vocals; William Eaton, Bill Glover, Robert Henson, Noah Hopkins, Sherman Sneed, Robert Spiro, David Vogel, backing vocals; unidentified female choir, Claus Ogerman, arranger, director.

NYC, October 17, 1962

6493Words

Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Ben Smith, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Artie Butler, piano; George Barnes, Bob Bushnell, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Phil Kraus, tambourine; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female choir, Gary Sherman, arranger, director.

NYC, March 15, 1963

6881If You Need Me

Dud Bascomb, William Berry, Lammar Wright, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Leroy Glover, piano, organ; George Barnes, Al Shackman, Jimmy Spruill, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, electric bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Elise Bretton, Lillian Clark, Jerome Graff, Arne Markussen, Bill Sanford, Lois Winter, backing vocals; Phil Medley, arranger, director.

NYC, May 28, 1964

7938Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano; Bert Berns, Billy Butler, Bill Suyker, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Paul Faulise, Joe Venuto, percussion; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified 6 strings, unidentified female chorus, Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, August 28, 1964

8152The Price

William Berry, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charlie Brown, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Seldon Powell, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano; Bob Bushnell, Eric Gale, Bill Suyker, guitar; David Adams, electric bass?; Panama Francis, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Estelle Brown, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Dee Dee Warwick, backing vocals; Gene Page, arranger, director.

NYC, January 22, 1965

8516Got To Get You Out Of My Mind

unknown, trumpet, trombone, sax, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female chorus.

NYC, April 28, 1965

8842Tonight's The Night

** also released on Atlantic SD 8109.

LP 8110   Barbara Lewis - Baby, I'm Yours   1965

Barbara Lewis, vocals; and others.

Chicago, IL, March 20, 1962

6052My Heart Went Do Dat Da

unknown, piano, organ, guitar, bass, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; The Dells, doo wop group.

Chicago, IL, January 16, 1963

6712Puppy Love
6713Hello Stranger
6714Think A Little Sugar

Harold Dessent, James Mack, flute; Johnny Young, piano; Floyd Morris, organ; Earl Backus, Reggie Boyd, guitar; Rail Wilson, bass; Al Duncan, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; Marshall Gill, Richard Judson, Donna Kime, Warren Kime, Scott Moreland, backing vocals; Riley Hampton, director.

Chicago, IL, July 9, 1963

7099Straighten Up Your Heart
7100If You Love Her

Barbara Lewis, vocals; and others.

Chicago, IL, October 28, 1963

7349Snap Your Fingers

Barbara Lewis, vocals; The Dells, doo wop group; unidentified orchestra.

Chicago, IL, March 23, 1964

7709How Can I Say Goodbye
7711Someday We're Gonna Love Again

same personnel.

Chicago, IL, September 22, 1964

8189Come Home

Dud Bascomb, Clark Terry, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, trombone; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charles Brown, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Bill Suyker, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Artie Butler, percussion???; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified choir, unidentified strings, Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, January 8, 1965

8468Baby, I'm Yours
8469Stop That Girl

** also released on Atlantic SD 8110.

LP 8111   Walter Chiles, Clarence Pettiford - Chiles And Pettiford Live At Jilly's   1965

Walter Chiles, piano, vocals; Clarence Pettiford, bass, vocals; Al Harewood, drums.

"Jilly's", NYC, February 3, 1965

8581Around The World In 80 Days / Bill Bailey
8594I Believe In You
8595School Days
8609Everytime We Say Goodbye

Walter Chiles, piano, vocals; Clarence Pettiford, bass, vocals; and others.

NYC, June 10, 1965

9027This Is The Life
9028The Joker
9031All Gone Over You
9032Love
9033C.C. Rider
9034Blue Skies / Happy Days Are Here Again

same personnel.

NYC?, circa June 10, 1965???

The Longest Walk

** also released on Atlantic SD 8111.

LP 8112   Sergio Mendes And Brasil '65 - In Person At El Matador!   1965

Sergio Mendes, piano; Rosinha De Valenca, guitar; Tiao Neto, bass; Chico Batera, drums; Paulo Ferreira, percussion; Wanda De Sah, vocals.

"Matador Club", San Francisco, CA, May 21, 1965

8994Nao Faz Assim (as Tem Do De Min)
8995O Morro
8996Arrastao
8997Samba De Astronauta
8998Vai De Vez
8999Samba De Jose
9000Black Orpheus Medley: Manha De Carnaval / Batuque De Orfeu / Samba De Orfeu / A Felicidade
9001Noa Noa
9002Caminho De Casa
9003Jodel
9004Reza

** also released on Atlantic SD 8112.

LP 8113   The Drifters - Where The Music's Playing   1966

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Teacho Wiltshire, arranger.

NYC, May 21, 1964

7924He's Just A Playboy (key of G)
7925I Don't Want To Go On Without You

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals.

NYC, August 4, 1964

8057I've Got Sand In My Shoes

same personnel.

NYC, October 20, 1964

8234Spanish Lace

same personnel.

NYC, November 12, 1964

8324At The Club

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, December 31, 1964

8447Answer The Phone

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Bert Keyes, arranger, director.

NYC, March 17, 1965

8746Follow Me
8747Chains Of Love
8748Far From The Maddening Crown
8749Come On Over To My Place
8940The Outside World

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals.

NYC, June 30, 1965

9078I'll Take You Where The Music's Playing

** also released on Atlantic SD 8113.

LP 8114   Wilson Pickett - In The Midnight Hour   1965

unknown, clarinet, tenor sax, piano; Robert Ward, guitar; unknown, electric bass, drums; Wilson Pickett, lead vocals; Eddie Floyd, Ben Night, Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs, vocals.

Detroit, MI, 1961

5896I Found A Love

Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks, trumpet?; Clarence "Satch" Satchell, flute?; Ivory Joe Hunter, piano, director; Lance Finnie, Robert Ward, guitar; Cornelius Johnson, Marshall "Rock" Jones, unknown instruments; Wilson Pickett, vocals; and others.

Cincinnati, OH, October 19, 1962

6503Let's Kiss And Make Up
6505Take This Love I've Got

unknown, trumpet, sax, piano, organ, electric bass, drums, female chorus; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

NYC, May 12, 1964

7860I'm Gonna Cry
7861For Better Or Worse

Jack Cortner, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Joe Grimaldi, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Cornell Dupree, Wally Richardson, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, electric bass; Panama Francis, Ted Sommer, drums; Joe Mitchell, unknown instruments; Cissy Houston, Wilson Pickett, vocals; Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, November 13, 1964

8325Teardrops Will Fall
8329Come Home Baby
8330Take A Little Love

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Joe Hall, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

8928Don't Fight It
8929That's A Man's Way
8930In The Midnight Hour
8931I'm Not Tired

** also released on Atlantic SD 8114.

LP 8115   Joe Tex - The New Boss   1966

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8303Hold What You've Got

Harold "Money" Johnson, trumpet; Frank Moten, "Spooky", tenor sax, recorder; Mack Williams, baritone sax; unknown, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

NYC, December 16, 1964

8417You Got What It Takes

Emile Hall, Curtis Willis, trumpet; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, circa March, 1965???

8757A Woman (Can Change A Man)

Sammy Coleman, Gabriel Flemming, Emile Hall, Johnny Whitrack, trumpet; unknown, trombone; Excell Dorsett, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Glenn Barbeaux, baritone sax; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Nashville, TN, circa May, 1965???

8909What In The World
8917Detroit City
8918King Of The Road

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Tennessee?, circa July, 1965???

9155I Want To (Do Everything For You)

same personnel.

Nashville, TN, September 10, 1965

9296For Your Love
9297Don't Make Your Children Pay
9298Stop, Look And Listen
9299C.C. Rider
9300Any Little Bit

** also released on Atlantic SD 8115.

LP 8116   Various Artists - Solid Gold Soul   1966

Romeo Penque, reeds; Charles McCracken, cello; Ernie Hayes, piano; Al Caiola, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, vocals; Elise Bretton, Lillian Clark, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Stan Applebaum, director.

NYC, October 27, 1960

5164Stand By Me

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Moe Wechsler, piano; Bert Keyes, organ; George Barnes, Billy Bauer, Allen Hanlon, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Ted Sommer, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Elise Bretton, Charles Cassey, Lillian Clark, Jerry Duane, Marcia Patterson, Alan Sokoloff, Mike Stewart, backing vocals; Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, December 13, 1960

5222Just Out Of Reach

Eddie Bert, trombone; Margaret Ross, harp; Robert Mosely, piano; Al Caiola, Charles Macey, Art Ryerson, guitar; Jack Lesberg, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Ben E. King, vocals; Eva Boyd, Dorothy Jones, Earl-Jean McCrea, backing vocals; unidentified 8 strings, Jimmy Haskell, director.

NYC, March 3, 1962

5996Don't Play That Song (You Lied)

Don Covay, vocals; and others.

NYC, May 18, 1964

7879Mercy, Mercy

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8303Hold What You've Got

William Berry, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charlie Brown, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Seldon Powell, baritone sax; Ernie Hayes, piano; Bob Bushnell, Eric Gale, Bill Suyker, guitar; David Adams, electric bass?; Panama Francis, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Estelle Brown, Cissy Houston, Sylvia Shemwell, Dee Dee Warwick, backing vocals; Gene Page, arranger, director.

NYC, January 22, 1965

8516Got To Get You Out Of My Mind

Sammy Coleman, trumpet; Charles Axton, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Booker T. Jones, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Otis Redding, vocals.

Memphis, TN, April 19, 1965

8826I've Been Loving You Too Long

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Joe Hall, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

8930In The Midnight Hour
9362Don't Fight It (edited version)

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Booker T. Jones, piano, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

Memphis, TN, June 30, 1965

9073See-Saw

Wayne Jackson, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones, piano, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Otis Redding, Earl Sims, vocals.

Memphis, TN, July 9, 1965

9101I've Been Loving You Too Long

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Tennessee?, circa July, 1965???

9155I Want To (Do Everything For You)

** also released on Atlantic SD 8116.

LP 8117   Chris Kenner - Land Of 1000 Dances   1966

Chris Kenner, vocals; and others.

New Orleans, LA?, May 17, 1963

7017Land Of 1000 Dances
7018That's My Girl

same personnel.

New Orleans, LA, September 30, 1963

7238Something You Got
7239Gone And See About Me

same personnel.

New Orleans, LA?, December 1, 1965

9664Come Back And See
9665How Far
9666Time
9667Packing Up
9668I Like It Like That, Part 1
9669I Like It Like That, Part 2
9670Go Thru Life
9671A Very True Story

** also released on Atlantic SD 8117.

LP 8118   Barbara Lewis - It's Magic   1966

Melvin Davis, Joe Newman, trumpet; Benny Powell, trombone; Phil Bodner, flute; Paul Winter, sax; Leroy Glover, piano; Vin Bell, Al Gorgoni, Bill Suyker, guitar; Dick Romoff, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Jack Jennings, percussion; Barbara Lewis, vocals; Artie Butler, arranger, director.

NYC, November 15, 1965

9649Don't Forget About Me
9650Sorrow
9651He's So Bad

Leon Cohen, Jerry Dodgion, Seldon Powell, flute, clarinet, oboe; George Devens, vibes, tambourine, bongos; Paul Griffin, piano; Gene Bertoncini, Bill Suyker, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Herbie Lovelle, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified 10 strings, Jimmy Wisner, arranger, director.

NYC, December 15, 1965

9672The Shadow Of Your Smile
9673A Taste Of Honey
9674Quiet Nights
9675It's Magic

Phil Bodner, flute, oboe; George Devens, vibes, cleste; Paul Griffin, piano; Vin Bell, Bill Suyker, guitar; Dick Romoff, electric bass; Herbie Lovelle, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified 14 strings, Jimmy Wisner, arranger, director.

NYC, December 16, 1965

9677Since I Fell For You
9678Let It Be Me
9679Yesterday
9680Who Can I Turn To
9681I Only Miss Him When I Think Of Him

** also released on Atlantic SD 8118.

LP 8119   Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles - Over The Rainbow   1966

Ernie Royal, trumpet; Benny Powell, trombone; Joe Grimaldi, tenor sax; Richard DiGicco, Leroy Glover, piano; Billy Butler, Al Gorgoni, Bill Suyker, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Jack Jennings, Joe Venuto, percussion; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals; unidentified 8 strings, Artie Butler, arranger, director.

NYC, October 7, 1965

9372Patti's Prayer
9373Groovy Kind Of Love
9374All Or Nothing
9375Who Can I Turn To

Art Kaplan, flute; Gene Bianco, harp; Leroy Glover, piano; Eric Gale, Bill Suyker, guitar; Richard Romoff, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; George Devens, Ted Sommer, percussion; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals; Artie Butler, arranger, director.

NYC, October 21, 1965

9691Unchained Melody
9692Ebb Tide
9693He
9694Try To Remember

Margaret Ross, harp; replaces Bianco.

9695People
9696Yesterday
9697More
9698Over The Rainbow

** also released on Atlantic SD 8119.

LP 8120   Don Covay - See-Saw   1966

Horace Ott, piano, organ; Bob Bushnell, Harry Jensen, guitar; Ron Miller, bass?; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, October 4, 1964

8254Precious You

Don Covay, vocals; unidentified house band.

"Apollo Theater", NYC, October 21, 1964

8290Mercy, Mercy

Dud Bascomb, Harold "Money" Johnson, trumpet; Dickie Harris, trombone; Babe Clarke, tenor sax; Horace Ott, piano; Bob Bushnell, Billy Butler, guitar; Alan Fontaine, bass?; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals; George Clane, Ace Hall, Harry Tiffin, backing vocals.

NYC, January 27, 1965

8634The Boomerang
8635A Woman's Love
8636The Usual Place
8637Please Do Something

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Booker T. Jones, piano, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

Memphis, TN, June 30, 1965

9073See-Saw
9076Sookie Sookie
9077I Never Get Enough Of Your Love

Horace Hall, trombone?; Seldon Powell, Harold Vick, tenor sax; Paul Griffin, organ; Billy Butler, guitar; Alan Fontaine, bass?, guitar?; Albert Winston, electric bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Don Covay, vocals.

NYC, November 29, 1965

9633Fat Man

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Don Covay, vocals; The Goodtimers, vocal group; unidentified female choir.

Memphis, TN?, May 26, 1966

10329Iron Out The Rough Spots

** also released on Atlantic SD 8120.

LP 8121   Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow Of Your Smile   1966

Conte Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Al Porcino, Clarence "Shorty" Sherock, trumpet; Urbie Green, Lew McCreary, Dick Nash, Tommy Shepard, trombone; Plas Johnson, Willie Schwartz, Bud Shank, sax; Bill Hood, sax, clarinet; Israel Baker, Harry Bluestone, James Getzoff, Jack Lee, Alfred Lustgarten, Erno Neufeld, Ralph Schaeffer, Marshall Sosson, violin; Lou Kievman, Milt Thomas, viola; William Van Den Burg, Harold Schneier, cello; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Bill Pitman, Tom Tedesco, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Jack Sperling, drums; Milt Holland, congas; Bobby Darin, vocals; Sam Kaplan, string director; Richard Wess, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, December 13, 1965

9717After You've Gone
9718Lover Come Back To Me

Bud Brisbois, Pete Candoli, Don Fagerquist, Lee Katzman, trumpet; Gilbert Falco, Urbie Green, Lloyd Ulyate, trombone; George Roberts, bass trombone; Plas Johnson, Ronald Langinger, Jack Nimitz, Willie Schwartz, sax; Jimmy Rowles, piano; Bill Pitman, Howard Roberts, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Jack Spering, drums; Emil Richards, congas; Bobby Darin, vocals; Jack Lee, string director; Richard Wess, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, December 14, 1965

9724Cute
9725It's Only A Paper Moon

Aubrey Bouck, Sinclair Lott, Richard Mackey, Alan Robinson, French horn; Harry Klee, Willie Schwartz, sax, flute; Norman Benno, sax, clarinet; Howard Terry, sax, bass clarinet; Alex Beller, Harry Bluestone, Sam Caplan, Jack Gasselin, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, William Kurash, Carl Lavagna, Erno Neufeld, Wilbert Nuttycombe, Nat Ross, Ralph Schaeffer, violin; Lou Kievman, Gary Nuttycombe, Robert Ostrowsky, Milt Thomas, viola; William Van Den Burg, Nathan Gershman, Joseph Saxon, Harold Schneier, cello; Bill Pitman, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Jack Sperling, drums; Emil Richards, percussion, mallets; Bobby Darin, vocals; Jack Lee, string director; Richard Wess, arranger, conductor.

Annex Studios, Los Angeles, CA, December 15, 1965

9729Liza

Archie LeCoque, trombone?; Eddie Miller, tenor sax?; Joe Venuti, violin; Stan Wrightsman, piano; Henry Levine, bass; Nick Fatool, drums; Russell P. Black, Robert Paul Morgan, Edmund J. Scarazzo, unknown instruments; Bobby Darin, vocals; Julian C. Matlock, leader.

Las Vegas, NV, February 4, 1966

9911Rainin'

George Roberts, bass trombone; John Cave, James Decker, William Hinshaw, French horn; Dorothy Colton, Lou Kievman, Virginia Majewski, Paul Robyn, viola; Norman Benko, Paul Bergstrom, Justin DiTullio, Ann Goodman, Ray Kramer, Emmett Sargeant, Joseph Saxon, Eleanor Slatkin, cello; Pete Jolly, piano; Laurindo Almeida, Don Peake, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Larry Bunker, Earl Palmer, drums; Bobby Darin, vocals; Shorty Rogers, arranger.

RCA Studios, Los Angeles, CA, March 23, 1966

10207I Will Wait For You
10208The Ballad Of Cat Ballou
10209What's New Pussycat
10210The Sweetheart Tree
10212The Shadow Of Your Smile

** also released on Atlantic SD 8121.

LP 8122   Esther Phillips Sings   1966

Ernie Royal, trumpet; Phil Bodner, bass clarinet; Arnold Eidus, Emanuel Green, Julius Held, Joseph Malignaggi, Gene Orloff, Julius Schachter, Sol Shapiro, violin; Harry Azen, Al Brown, Dave Markowitz, viola; Peter Makas, Harvey Shapiro, cello; George Devens, vibes; Paul Griffin, piano; Leonard Pogan, Bill Suyker, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Al Gorgoni, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Dom Um Romao, percussion; Esther Phillips, vocals; Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, December 2, 1965

9637I Could Have Told You So
9638He Touched Me
9639You Can't Go Home Again
9640The Shadow Of Your Smile

Bernie Glow, Jimmy Maxwell, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, Tony Studd, Kai Winding, trombone; Jerry Dodgion, alto sax, flute; Phil Woods, alto sax, clarinet; Romeo Penque, tenor sax, flute; Bob Ashton, tenor sax, clarinet; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Leonard Pogan, guitar; George Duvivier, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Esther Phillips, vocals; Oliver Nelson, arranger, director.

NYC, December 22, 1965

9699The Party's Over
9700A Taste Of Honey
9701It's All Right With Me
9702Just Say Goodbye

Art Kaplan, sax, flute; Paul Griffin, piano; Al Chernet, Art Ryerson, mandolin; Eric Gale, Leonard Pogan, guitar; Everett Barksdale, Charles Macey, guitar, mandolin; Bob Bushnell, electric bass; Herbie Lovelle, drums; George Devens, percussion; Esther Phillips, vocals; Jimmy Wisner, arranger, director.

NYC, January 5, 1966

9794As Tears Go By

Bernie Glow, Thad Jones, Ernie Royal, Snooky Young, trumpet; Wayne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland, Quentin Jackson, J.J. Johnson, trombone; Jerry Dodgion, Phil Woods, flute, clarinet, alto sax; Bob Ashton, Jerome Richardson, flute, clarinet, tenor sax; Danny Bank, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Leonard Pogan, guitar; Bob Cranshaw, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Esther Phillips, vocals; Oliver Nelson, arranger, director.

NYC, January 24, 1966

9871Every Time We Say Goodbye
9872Let There Be Love
9873Crazy He Calls Me

** also released on Atlantic SD 8122.

LP 8123   The Young Rascals   1966

The Young Rascals, pop group.

on location, September 16, 1965

9313Like A Rolling Stone

same personnel.

NYC, September 20, 1965

9369I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore

same personnel.

NYC, November 2, 1965

9461Slow Down

same personnel.

NYC, January 7, 1966

9862Baby Let's Wait

same personnel.

NYC, February 1, 1966

9894Good Lovin'

same personnel.

NYC, February 8, 1966

9909Mustang Sally

same personnel.

NYC, March 15, 1966

10121I Believe
10122In The Midnight Hour
10123Do You Feel It

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, March 16, 1966

10125Just A Little

** also released on Atlantic SD 8123.

LP 8124   Joe Tex - The Love You Save   1966

Emile Hall, Curtis Willis, trumpet; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, circa March, 1965???

8755Don't Let Your Left Hand Know (What Your Right Hand Is Doing)
8756Funny Bone

Sammy Coleman, Gabriel Flemming, Emile Hall, Johnny Whitrack, trumpet; unknown, trombone; Excell Dorsett, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Glenn Barbeaux, baritone sax; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Nashville, TN, circa May, 1965???

8908Build Your Love (On A Solid Foundation)
8912Heartbreak Hotel

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, October 29, 1965

9471A Sweet Woman Like You
9472Close The Door

Sammy Coleman, Emile Hall, Johnny Whitrack, trumpet; Norman "Sly" Sellers, trombone; Excell Dorsett, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Glenn Barbeaux, baritone sax; unknown, piano; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Memphis, TN, February 7, 1966

9898Live For Yourself
9899The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)
9900You Better Believe It, Baby
9901If Sugar Was As Sweet As You
9902I'm A Man
9903I Don't Trust Myself Around You

** also released on Atlantic SD 8124.

LP 8125   Percy Sledge - When A Man Loves A Woman   1966

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Muscle Shoals, AL, February 17, 1966

9941When A Man Loves A Woman
9942Love Me Like You Mean It
9943You Fooled Me
9944You're Pouring Water On A Drowning Man

same personnel.

NYC, April 21, 1966

10163Love Me All The Way
10164Thief In The Night
10165Put A Little Lovin' On Me
10166My Adorable One
10167Love Makes The World Go Round
10168When She Touches Me (Nothing Else Matters)
10169Success

** also released on Atlantic SD 8125.

LP 8126   Bobby Darin - In A Broadway Bag   1966

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

Los Angeles, CA, May 10, 1966

10255Mame
10256I Believe In You
10257It's Today
10258Everybody Has The Right To Be Wrong
10259Feelin' Good
10260Don't Rain On My Parade
10261The Other Half Of Me
10262Once Upon A Time
10263Try To Remember
10264I'll Only Miss Her When I Think Of Her
10265Night Song

** also released on Atlantic SD 8126.

LP 8127   Mireille Mathieu - Fabulous New French Singing Star   1966

Mireille Mathieu, vocals; and others.

Barclay Studios, Paris, France, circa 1966???

10439Mon Credo
10440Le Funambule
10441C'est Un Nom
10442Ne Parlez Pas
10443Quelque Chose De Merveilleux
10444MM. Les Musiciens
10445Pourquoi Mon Amour
10446Qu'elle Est Belle
10447Je Suis La
10448Ils S'embrassaient
10449Mr. Jack Hobson
10450Je Veux

** also released on Atlantic SD 8127.

LP 8128   Leslie Uggams - A Time To Love   1966

Johnny Bello, Jimmy Maxwell, Jimmy Sedlar, trumpet; Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, Johnny Messner, trombone; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Jim Buffington, French horn; Hank Jones, piano; Vinnie Bell, Billy Butler, guitar; Richard Davis, bass; Don Lamond, drums; Jack Jennings, percussion; Leslie Uggams, vocals; Peter Matz, arranger, director.

NYC, March 25, 1966

10064Call Me
10065I Want You To Be My Baby
10066Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
10067If My Friends Could See Me Now

Johnny Messner, Benny Powell, Sonny Russo, trombone; Ray Alonge, Dick Berg, French horn; Margaret Ross, harp; Paul Griffin, piano; Everett Barksdale, Vinnie Bell, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Jack Jennings, percussion; Leslie Uggams, vocals; unidentified 9 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, Peter Matz, arranger, director.

NYC, May 3, 1966

10226We Can Work It Out
10227How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You
10228A Lover's Concerto
10229I Hear A Symphony

Ray Alonge, French horn; Phil Bodner, Harold Feldman, Bob Tricarico, reeds; Paul Griffin, piano; Gene Bertoncini, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Jack Jennings, percussion; Leslie Uggams, vocals; unidentified 9 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, Peter Matz, arranger, director.

NYC, May 4, 1966

10234Don't Take Your Love From Me
10235A Time To Love (A Time To Cry)
10236Inka Dinka Doo
10237Make The World Go Away

** also released on Atlantic SD 8128.

LP 8129   The Exciting Wilson Pickett   1966

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Joe Hall, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

8930In The Midnight Hour

Wayne Jackson, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, September 16, 1965

9338It's All Over
9339Danger Zone

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, December 20, 1965

9682I'm Drifting
9683634-5789
9684Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won't Do)

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; John Peck, guitar???; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

10299You're So Fine
10300Land Of 1000 Dances
10301Something You Got
10304She's So Good To Me
10305Barefootin'
10308Mercy, Mercy

** also released on Atlantic SD 8129.

LP 8130   The Country Side Of Esther Phillips   1966

unknown, trumpet, trombone, baritone sax, organ, guitar, electric bass, drums, choir; Esther Phillips, vocals; Cliff Parman, director?.

Nashville, TN, 1962

X5001 | 7627Am I That Easy To Forget
X5003 | 7629I Really Don't Want To Know
7633Why Should We Try Anymore
7630I've Forgotten More Than You'll Ever Know About Him
7626I Can't Help It
7635I'd Fight The World
7628Be Honest With Me
7634After Loving You
7631Just Out Of Reach
7632No Headstone On My Grave

unknown, trombone, piano, guitar, bass, drums, strings, choir; Esther Phillips, vocals; Cliff Parman, director?.

7636Release Me

** also released on Atlantic SD 8130.

LP 8131   not used?

LP 8132   Percy Sledge - Warm And Tender Soul   1966

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Alabama, May 18, 1966

10313It Tears Me Up
10314Warm And Tender Love

same personnel.

Alabama, September 23, 1966?

10850So Much Love
10851A Sweet Woman Like You
10852Love Me Tender
10853Heart Of A Child
10854You've Really Got A Hold On Me
10855I Stand Accused
10856Try A Little Tenderness
10858That's How Strong My Love Is
10859Oh How Happy
10860I'm Hanging Up My Heart For You

** also released on Atlantic SD 8132.

LP 8133   Joe Tex - I've Got To Do A Little Bit Better   1966

Sammy Coleman, Gabriel Flemming, Emile Hall, Johnny Whitrack, trumpet; unknown, trombone; Excell Dorsett, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Glenn Barbeaux, baritone sax; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Nashville, TN, circa May, 1965???

8911Got You On My Mind
8916Half A Mind

Norman "Sly" Sellers, trombone; unknown, piano; replaces Flemming, unknown, trombone.

Fred Foster Studios, Nashville, TN, April 13, 1966

10131I've Got To Do A Little Bit Better
10132S.Y.S.L.J.F.M. (The Letter Song)

same personnel.

Memphis, TN, June 20, 1966

10430Taking Care Of A Woman (Is A Full Time Job)
10431I Believe I'm Gonna Make It

unknown, 2/3 trumpet, 2 trombone, sax, piano, organ, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums, 3 female vocals; Joe Tex, vocals.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, November 10, 1966

11153Papa Was, Too
11154The Truest Woman In The World

Joe Tex, vocals; unidentified large studio band or unidentified own band.

Nashville, TN, 1966

10895A Woman Sees A Hard Time (When Her Man Is Gone)
10897What Me And My Baby Ain't Got
10899Watch The One (That Brings The Bad News)
10900Lying's Just A Habit, John

** also released on Atlantic SD 8133.

LP 8134   The Young Rascals - Collection   1967

The Young Rascals, pop group.

May 10, 1966

10272Love Is A Beautiful Thing

same personnel.

NYC, June 21, 1966

10436Nineteen Fifty-Six

same session.

10550What Is The Reason

same personnel.

August 8, 1966

10616Come On Up

same personnel.

NYC, September 29, 1966

10996Land Of 1000 Dances

same personnel.

NYC, October 4, 1966

10918No Love To Give

same personnel.

NYC, October 24, 1966

11037More

same personnel.

circa October, 1966???

11070I've Been Lonely Too Long

same personnel.

NYC, circa October, 1966???

11084Too Many Fish In The Sea

same personnel.

NYC, November 3, 1966

11130Since I Fell For You

same personnel.

NYC, circa November, 1966???

11188Mickey's Monkey / Love Lights

** also released on Atlantic SD 8134.

LP 8135   Bobby Darin - If I Were A Carpenter   1966

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

Los Angeles, CA, August 15, 1966

10656If I Were A Carpenter
10657Misty Roses

Bobby Darin, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Bob Halley, arranger, conductor.

A&R Studios, NYC, October 31, 1966

11098Day Dream
11099Lovin' You

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

Goldstar Studios, Los Angeles, CA, November 1, 1966

11111Reason To Believe
11112The Girl That Stood Beside Me
11113Don't Make Promises
11115Red Balloon
11119For Baby
11120Amy
11121Until It's Time For You To Go

** also released on Atlantic SD 8135.

LP 8136   The Piano Of Eddie Higgins   1966

Eddie Higgins, piano; unknown, bass; unknown, drums.

Dunwich Studios, Chicago, IL???, August 12, 1966

10773Alfie
10774You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

Eddie Higgins, piano; unidentified orchestra, Richard Evans, director.

Dunwich Studios, Chicago, IL???, November 23, 1966

11198I Live To Love
11199Michelle
11200What Is A Woman
11201The Shadow Of Your Smile
11202What Now, My Love
11203Lara's Theme
11204A Time For Love
11205Miko-San
11206Sunny
11207A Taste Of Honey

** also released on Atlantic SD 8136.

LP 8137   Various Artists - Solid Gold Soul, Vol. 2   1966

Marcus Belgrave, John Hunt, trumpet; David Newman, tenor, alto sax; Bennie Crawford, baritone sax; Ray Charles, piano, vocals; Edgar Willis, bass; Teagle Fleming, drums; Marjorie Hendricks, vocals; The Raelets, vocal group.

Atlanta, GA, May 28, 1959

4374Drown In My Own Tears

Marcus Belgrave, John Hunt, Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Clark Terry, Snooky Young, trumpet; Al Grey, Quentin Jackson, Melba Liston, Tom Mitchell, trombone; Marshall Royal, Frank Wess, alto sax; Paul Gonsalves, David Newman, Zoot Sims, tenor sax; Bennie Crawford, Charlie Fowlkes, baritone sax; Ray Charles, organ, vocals; Freddie Green, guitar; Eddie Jones, Edgar Willis, bass; Teagle Fleming, Charlie Persip, drums; Quincy Jones, arranger.

NYC, June 23, 1959

3953Let The Good Times Roll (edited version)

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Jesse Powell, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Bob Mosley, organ; Don Arnone, Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Art Davis, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; William Eaton, Noah Hopkins, Richard Kraus, Howard Roberts, Earl Rogers, Sherman Sneed, David Vogel, backing vocals; Claus Ogerman, arranger, director.

NYC, December 6, 1961

5844Cry To Me

Dud Bascomb, Lammar Wright, trumpet; King Curtis, Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Alfred Williams, piano; unknown, organ; Bob Bushnell, Charles Macey, Bucky Pizzarelli, Jimmy Spruill, guitar; Al Lucas, bass; Gary Chester, Panama Francis, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female choir, Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, April 4, 1962

6089Down In The Valley

Chris Kenner, vocals; and others.

New Orleans, LA, September 30, 1963

7238Something You Got

Harold "Money" Johnson, trumpet; Frank Moten, "Spooky", tenor sax, recorder; Mack Williams, baritone sax; unknown, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

NYC, December 16, 1964

8417You Got What It Takes

Wayne Jackson, Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, September 16, 1965

9339Danger Zone

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, October 29, 1965

9471A Sweet Woman Like You

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, December 20, 1965

9683634-5789

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Muscle Shoals, AL, February 17, 1966

9941When A Man Loves A Woman

same personnel.

NYC, April 21, 1966

10166My Adorable One

** also released on Atlantic SD 8137.

LP 8138   Wilson Pickett - The Wicket Pickett   1967

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; John Peck, guitar???; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

10303She Ain't Gonna Do Right
10306Nothing You Can Do

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Gilbert Caples, Charlie Chalmers, Eddie Logan, tenor sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Albert Lowe Jr., electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 12, 1966

11024Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
11025Sunny
11031Up Tight Good Woman

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Gilbert Caples, Charlie Chalmers, Eddie Logan, tenor sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 13 & 14, 1966

11026New Orleans
11027You Left The Water Running
11028Mustang Sally
11029Three Time Loser
11030Ooh Poo Pah Doo
11032Time Is On My Side
11033Knock On Wood

** also released on Atlantic SD 8138.

LP 8139   Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved A Man The Way I Love You   1967

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bridges, baritone sax; Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, electric piano; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 24, 1967

11575I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)

Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Carolyn Franklin, backing vocals.

11576Do Right Woman-Do Right Man

Aretha Franklin, vocals; and others.

NYC, February 8, 1967

11602Save Me

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bridges, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Aretha Franklin, vocals.

NYC, February 14, 1967

11701Drown In My Own Tears
11702Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
11703Baby, Baby, Baby
11704Respect
11705A Change Is Gonna Come

same personnel.

NYC, February 15, 1967

11751Soul Serenade
11752Let The Good Times Roll (as Good Times)

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bridges, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Gene Chrisman, drums; Aretha Franklin, vocals.

NYC, February 16, 1967

11753Dr. Feelgood (Love Is A Serious Business)

** also released on Atlantic SD 8139.

LP 8140   Various Artists - Beach Beat   1967

Wilbert "Big Chief" Ellis, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar; Sticks McGhee, guitar, vocals; Gene Ramey, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, February 14, 1949

189Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee

Willis Jackson, tenor sax; Harry Van Walls, piano; Connie Kay, drums; The Clovers, doo wop group; and others.

NYC, December 19, 1951

755One Mint Julep

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, piano, bass, drums; Jimmy Oliver, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Gerhart Thrasher, tenor vocals; Andrew Thrasher, baritone vocals; Bill Pinkney, bass vocals.

NYC, June 21, 1956

2047Honky Tonky

James Harris, trumpet; Gene Barge, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, marimba; unknown, piano; Al Caiola, Roy Gaines, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Chuck Willis, vocals; Elise Bretton, Robert Miller, Marcia Nell, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Jesse Stone, conductor.

NYC, January 31, 1957

2311C.C. Rider (as See See Rider)

Adolph Jacobs, guitar; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Leon Hughes, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Bobby Nunn, bass vocals; and others.

Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1957

3692 | 57C108 | 57C188Searchin'

unknown, piano, organ, guitar, bass, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; The Dells, doo wop group.

Chicago, IL, January 16, 1963

6714Think A Little Sugar

Horace Ott, piano; Napoleon "Snags" Allen, guitar; Barney Richmond, bass; Bruno Carr, drums; Doris Troy, vocals.

NYC, March 5, 1963

6878Just One Look

** also released on Atlantic SD 8140.

LP 8141   Herbie Mann, Tamiko Jones - A Mann And A Woman   1967

Herbie Mann, flute; Joe Zawinul, piano; Tamiko Jones, vocals; Jimmy Wisner, arranger; and others.

NYC, September 27, 1966

108711-2-3
10872It's Time That You Settled Down
10873Sidewinder
10874A Man And A Woman

Herbie Mann, flute, conductor; Roy Ayers, vibes; Joe Zawinul, piano; Victor Gaskin, bass; Everett Barksdale, bass guitar; Roy McCurdy, drums; Carlos "Patato" Valdes, percussion; Tamiko Jones, vocals.

NYC, November 23, 1966

11212Day Tripper
11214Come Back To Me
11215Good Thing (Is Hard To Come By)

Herbie Mann, flute; Gary Burton, vibes; Reggie Workman, bass; Bruno Carr, drums; Carlos "Patato" Valdes, conga drums; Tamiko Jones, vocals; unidentified strings, Jimmy Wisner, arranger, conductor.

NYC, December 28, 1966

11362Little Boat
11363Only Yesterday
11365How Insensitive (as Insensatez)
11366Sunny

** also released on Atlantic SD 8141.

LP 8142   Bobby Darin - Inside Out   1967

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

March 7, 1967

11817The Lady Came From Baltimore
11818I Am

same personnel.

March 10, 1967?

11825About You
11826Bes' Friends
11827Darling Be Home Soon
11828I Think (It's Gonna Rain Today)
11829What Ever Happened To Happy
11830Black Sheep Boy
11831Hello Sunshine
11832Lady Fingers
11833Back Street Girl

** also released on Atlantic SD 8142.

LP 8143   Carmen McRae - For Once In My Life   1967

Carmen McRae, vocals; unidentified studio band and strings, Johnny Keating, arranger, conductor.

Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, April 10, 1967

12347Flying
12348I Just Wasn't Made For These Times
12349Until It's Time For You To Go

same personnel.

Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, April 11, 1967

12350It's Not Going That Way
12351For Once In My Life
12352Don't Talk
12353Come Live With Me

same personnel.

Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, April 12, 1967

12354Worlds Of Time
12355The Look Of Love
12356Got To Get Into My Life
12357Our Song

** also released on Atlantic SD 8143.

LP 8144   The Best Of Joe Tex   1967

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8303Hold What You've Got

Harold "Money" Johnson, trumpet; Frank Moten, "Spooky", tenor sax, recorder; Mack Williams, baritone sax; unknown, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

NYC, December 16, 1964

8416You Better Git It
8417You Got What It Takes

Emile Hall, Curtis Willis, trumpet; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, circa March, 1965???

8757A Woman (Can Change A Man)

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Tennessee?, circa July, 1965???

9155I Want To (Do Everything For You)

same personnel.

Nashville, TN, October 29, 1965

9471A Sweet Woman Like You

Sammy Coleman, Emile Hall, Johnny Whitrack, trumpet; Norman "Sly" Sellers, trombone; Excell Dorsett, Miller Sam, tenor sax; Glenn Barbeaux, baritone sax; unknown, piano; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; J. Alfred Cook, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Memphis, TN, February 7, 1966

9899The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)

same personnel.

Fred Foster Studios, Nashville, TN, April 13, 1966

10132S.Y.S.L.J.F.M. (The Letter Song)
10724I've Got To Do A Little Bit Better (edited version)

same personnel.

Memphis, TN, June 20, 1966

10431I Believe I'm Gonna Make It

unknown, 2/3 trumpet, 2 trombone, sax, piano, organ, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums, 3 female vocals; Joe Tex, vocals.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, November 10, 1966

11153Papa Was, Too

Emile Hall, Leroy Monroe, trumpet; Anthony Dorsey, Norman "Sly" Sellers, trombone; Charles Farley, tenor sax; unknown, 4 saxes, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; unknown, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; unknown, 3 female voice.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, February 1, 1967?

11584Show Me

** also released on Atlantic SD 8144.

LP 8145   The Sound Of Wilson Pickett   1967

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; John Peck, guitar???; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

10309I Need A Lot Of Loving Every Day

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 1, 2, 3 & 4, 1967

11645Love Is A Beautiful Thing
11646Soul Dance Number Three
11647Funky Broadway
11648Mojo Mamma
11650I Found The One
11651You Can't Stand Alone
11652I'm Sorry About That
11653Something Within Me
11811I Found A Love, Part 1
11812I Found A Love, Part 2

** also released on Atlantic SD 8145.

LP 8146   The Percy Sledge Way   1967

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Alabama, April 6, 1967?

12156You Love Me
12157Drown In My Own Tears
12158I Had A Talk With My Woman
12159What Am I Living For
12160You Don't Miss Your Water
12161Tell It Like It Is
12162I've Been Loving You Too Long
12163Pledging My Love
12164My Special Prayer
12165The Dark End Of The Street
12166Just Out Of Reach

** also released on Atlantic SD 8146.

LP 8147   Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles - Dreamer   1967

Patti LaBelle And The Bluebelles, female vocal group; unidentified orchestra, Earle Warren, leader.

"Uptown Theatre", Philadelphia, PA, July 24, 1964

8104Danny Boy
8105That's How Heartaches Are Made
8106Down The Aisle
8107One Phone Call
8109Where Are You

Ernie Hayes, piano; Bob Bushnell, Eric Gale, Trade Martin, Bill Suyker, guitar; Dick Romoff, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; George Devens, Ted Sommer, percussion; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals; Artie Butler, arranger, director.

NYC, March 3, 1966

9974I'm Still Waiting

Bob Walter, Chris De Polis, Joe Macho, Rocco Bene, Don Renaldo, Santo Caserta, Robert Moore, Joe Sgro, Christine Reeves, Joe Marghilano, Nick D'Amico, Frank Reilly, David Barnett, Igor Swer, Lenore Wolanick, Rudolph Malizia, Charles Apollonia, Carson Stewart, strings, trumpet, vibes, piano, guitar, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals; Richard Rome, arranger, director.

Philadelphia, PA, September 30, 1966

11014Always Something There To Remind Me
11015I Don't Want To Go On Without You

Dave Burns, Eddie Williams, trumpet; George Jeffers, trombone; Bill Bivens, John Scott, tenor, baritone sax; Robert Banks, piano; Billy Butler, Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Jimmy Tyrell, bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals; unidentified strings, Bob Gallo (Eric Gale), arranger, director.

Talent Masters, NYC, November 9, 1966

11155Take Me For A Little While
11156Tender Words

Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, electric piano, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Reggie Young, guitar, director; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Patti LaBelle, lead vocals; Cindy Birdsong, Sarah Dash, Nona Hendryx, vocals.

NYC, April 13, 1967

12246Dreamer

** also released on Atlantic SD 8147.

LP 8148   The Young Rascals - Groovin'   1967

The Young Rascals, pop group.

NYC, May 9, 1966

10253Whatcha Gonna Do With My Heart (as You Better Run)

same personnel.

Talent Masters, NYC, December 28, 1966

11355If You Knew

same personnel.

NYC, March 27, 1967

12016Groovin'
12017Sueno

same personnel.

NYC, May 19, 1967

12447I'm So Happy Now

same personnel.

NYC, May 25, 1967

12465A Girl Like You

same personnel.

NYC, June 22, 1967

12656How Can I Be Sure

same personnel.

Talent Masters, NYC, June 22, 1967

12657Find Somebody
12658A Place In The Sun

same personnel.

circa June, 1967???

12606I Don't Love You Anymore

same session.

12622It's Love

** also released on Atlantic SD 8148.

LP 8149   Flip Wilson - Cowboys And The Colored People   1967

Flip Wilson, comedian.

NYC, May 2, 1967

12358Cowboys And The Colored People
12466Midget
12467Riot Suit
12468David And Goliath
12469Ugly People
12470Staying On Too Long
12471Christopher Columbus
12472Kids
12473Cheap Hotel
12474Church On Sunday
12475Big Hand
12476Confidential Survey

** also released on Atlantic SD 8149.

LP 8150   Aretha Franklin - Aretha Arrives   1967

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Ted Sommer, vibes; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Truman Thomas, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Aretha Franklin, vocals; unidentified strings, Ralph Burns, director.

NYC, June 20, 1967

1264196 Tears
12643Going Down Slow
12644You Are My Sunshine

omit unidentified strings, Burns.

NYC, June 21, 1967

12645That's Life
12646(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
12647Never Let Me Go

add The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; unidentified strings, Ralph Burns, director.

NYC, June 23, 1967

12650Night Life
12651I Wonder
12652Prove It
12653Baby, I Love You
12655Ain't Nobody (Gonna Turn Me Around)

** also released on Atlantic SD 8150.

LP 8151   The Best Of Wilson Pickett   1967

unknown, clarinet, tenor sax, piano; Robert Ward, guitar; unknown, electric bass, drums; Wilson Pickett, lead vocals; Eddie Floyd, Ben Night, Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs, vocals.

Detroit, MI, 1961

5896I Found A Love

unknown, piano, guitar, bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals; Sonny Saunders, Teacho Wiltshire, arranger, director.

NYC, 1963

12862It's Too Late
12863If You Need Me

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charles "Packy" Axton, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Joe Hall, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, May 12, 1965

8928Don't Fight It
8930In The Midnight Hour

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Isaac Hayes, piano; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, December 20, 1965

9683634-5789
9684Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won't Do)

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; John Peck, guitar???; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

10300Land Of 1000 Dances

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Gilbert Caples, Charlie Chalmers, Eddie Logan, tenor sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Albert Lowe Jr., electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 12, 1966

11024Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Gilbert Caples, Charlie Chalmers, Eddie Logan, tenor sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 13 & 14, 1966

11028Mustang Sally

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 1, 2, 3 & 4, 1967

11646Soul Dance Number Three
11647Funky Broadway

** also released on Atlantic SD 8151.

LP 8152   John Hammond - I Can Tell   1967

John Hammond, guitar, harmonica, vocals; and others.

May 12, 1967

12400Five Long Years
12401Spoonful
12402Comin' Here
12403I Can Tell
12404I Wish He World
12405Going To New York
12407Brown Eyed Handsome Man
12408You're So Fine
12409I'm In The Mood
12410My Baby Is Sweeter
12411Smokestack Lightnin'
12412Forty Days And Forty Nights

** also released on Atlantic SD 8152.

LP 8153   The Drifters' Golden Hits   1968

Reggie Kimber, guitar; Ben E. King as Earl Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, March 6, 1959

3397There Goes My Baby

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Williams, lead tenor vocals #1; Ben E. King, lead tenor vocals #2; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, July 9, 1959

1. 3726True Love, True Love
2. 3727Dance With Me

Billy Davis, guitar; Ben E. King as Benjamin Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, Johnny Williams, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, December 23, 1959

3984This Magic Moment

Billy Davis, guitar; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, Johnny Williams, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, May 19, 1960

4565Save The Last Dance For Me
4567I Count The Tears

Billy Davis, guitar; Rudy Lewis, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals.

NYC, February 1, 1961

5326Some Kind Of Wonderful

same personnel.

NYC, June 28, 1962

6357Up On The Roof

Billy Davis, guitar; Rudy Lewis, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals; Doris Troy, Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne Warwick, vocals.

NYC, January 22, 1963

6744On Broadway

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals; Teacho Wiltshire, arranger.

NYC, May 21, 1964

7922Under The Boardwalk

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Johnny Terry, bass vocals.

NYC, August 4, 1964

8057I've Got Sand In My Shoes
8058Saturday Night At The Movies

** also released on Atlantic SD 8153.

LP 8154   Bobby Darin Sings Dr. Doolittle   1967

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, July 24, 1967

12785At The Crossroads
12786When I Look In Your Eyes
12787I Think I Like You
12788Where Are The Words
12789Something In Your Smile
12790Fabulous Places
12791My Friend, The Doctor
12792Beautiful Things
12793After Today
12794Talk To The Animals

** also released on Atlantic SD 8154.

LP 8155   The Sweet Inspirations   1967

unknown, trumpet, trombone, tenor, baritone sax?, piano, organ, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums; Cissy Houston, lead vocals; Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, vocals.

NYC, April 25, 1967

12313Let It Be Me
12314Why (Am I Treated So Bad)

Cissy Houston, lead vocals; Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, vocals; and others.

NYC, June 7, 1967

12521Knock On Wood

same personnel.

Memphis, TN, August 24, 1967

12937Reach Out For Me
12939Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
12940Here I Am (Take Me)
12941Don't Let Me Lose This Dream
12942Blues Stay Away From Me
12943I'm Blue
12944Sweet Inspiration
12945Don't Fight It
12946Oh! What A Fool I've Been

** also released on Atlantic SD 8155.

LP 8156   Joe Tex - Live And Lively   1968

Emile Hall, Leroy Monroe, trumpet; Anthony Dorsey, Norman "Sly" Sellers, trombone; Charles Farley, tenor sax; unknown, 4 saxes, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; unknown, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; unknown, 3 female voice.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, February 1, 1967?

11585Don't Give Up

Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, February 11, 1967

12398Show Me

same personnel.

Tennessee?, July 6, 1967?

12718A Woman's Hands

unknown, trumpet, sax, harmonica; Booker T. Jones, trombone?; Tedford, alto sax; J.P., baritone sax; Bobby Emmons, piano; Reggie Young, lead guitar; Lee Royal Hadley, rhythm guitar; Mike Leech, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN, September 13, 1967

13076Skinny Legs And All

Emile Hall, trumpet; Charles Farley, tenor sax; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Columbia Studios, Nashville, TN, November 2, 1967

13418Do Right Woman-Do Right Man
13419Get Out Of My Life, Woman
13420Wooden Spoon
13421That's Life
13422Love Is A Hurtin' Thing
13423You're Gonna Thank Me, Woman
13424Papa Was, Too

** also released on Atlantic SD 8156.

LP 8157   Shelly Manne - Daktari (Soundtrack)   1968

Justin Gordon, Bud Shank, Arthur C. Smith, Frank Strozier, flute; Mike Wofford, piano; Bob Bain, guitar; Bill Pitman, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Larry Bunker, Frank Carlsson, Victor Feldman, Emil Richards, percussion.

Annex Studios, Los Angeles, CA, November 30, 1967

13595Out On A Limb
13596Elephantisme
13597Africa

Justin Gordon, Bud Shank, Arthur C. Smith, Frank Strozier, woodwinds; Mike Wofford, piano; Bob Bain, guitar; Bill Pitman, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Larry Bunker, Frank Carlsson, Victor Feldman, Emil Richards, percussion.

Annex Studios, Los Angeles, CA, December 4, 1967

13598Toto
13599Galloping Giraffee
13600Stay With Me
13601Daktari

same personnel.

Annex Studios, Los Angeles, CA, December 5, 1967

13602Clarence
13603Judy Judy
13604Rhino Trot
13605Wameru
13606Ivan

** also released on Atlantic SD 8157.

LP 8158   Solomon Burke - King Solomon   1968

Bernie Glow, Joe Newman, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trumpet; King Curtis, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Eric Gale, lead guitar; Carl Lynch, Charles Macey, guitar; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Panama Francis, drums; Harry Breuer, tambourine; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified 4 female voices, Gene Page, arranger, director.

NYC, June 25, 1965

9067Someone Is Watching

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Benny Powell, trombone; Art Kaplan, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Felix Cavalieri, organ; Charlie Brown, Eric Gale, Trade Martin, guitar; Jimmy Lewis, electric bass; Herbie Lovelle, drums; George Devens, tambourine; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified 4 female voices, Leroy Glover, arranger, director.

NYC, November 5, 1965

9485Baby Come On Home

Joe Newman, trumpet; King Curtis, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Leroy Glover, organ, arranger, director; Eric Gale, Carl Lynch, guitar; Jimmy Tyrell, bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Warren Smith, percussion; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified 4 female vocals.

NYC, June 16, 1966

10418When She Touches Me
10420Woman How Do You Make Me Love You
10421Time Is A Thief

Dave Burns, trumpet; George Jeffers, trombone; Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Bill Bivens, John Scott, sax; Robert Banks, organ; Billy Butler, guitar; Jimmy Tyrell, bass; Jimmy Johnson, Bernard Purdie, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified strings, Bob Gallo (Eric Gale), arranger, director.

NYC, November 8, 1966

11148Presents For Christmas
11149Keep A Light In The Window

Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Reggie Young, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals.

NYC, April 10, 1967

12248Take Me As I Am

Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals.

NYC, September 6, 1967

13065It's Just A Matter Of Time
13068Detroit City
13069Party People
13070It's Been A Change

** also released on Atlantic SD 8158.

LP 8159   Kenny Solms, Gail Parent - Solms And Parent - Here Comes The Bird   1967

Gail Parent, Kenny Solms.

November 21, 1967

13496The Decision
13497The Bridge Game
13498The Last Phone Call
13499The Agent
13500The Press Conference
13501The In-Laws
13502The Plans
13503The Stag Party
13504The Parents Of The Bride
13505The Bridal Room
13506The Wedding
13507The Honeymoon

** also released on Atlantic SD 8159.

LP 8160   Mireille Mathieu - Made In France   1968

Mireille Mathieu, vocals; and others.

Barclay Studios, Paris, France, circa 1967???

12875En Ecoutant Mon Coeur Chanter
12879La Chanson De Notre Amour
12882La Vieille Barque

same session.

13365La Derniere Valse
13366Seuls Au Monde
13367Un Monde Avec Toi
13368Ponts De Paris

same session.

13667Quand Fera-T-Il Jour Camarade
13668Les Yeux De L'amour
13669Chant Olympique
13670Quelqu'un Pour Toi
13671L'amour

** also released on Atlantic SD 8160.

LP 8161   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 1: The Roots 1947-52   1968

Sonny Terry, harmonica; Huddie Ledbetter, guitar, vocals.

NYC, summer 1943

467Goodnight Irene

Frank Culley, and others.

NYC, January 17, 1949

177Cole Slaw (Sorghum Switch)

Wilbert "Big Chief" Ellis, piano; Brownie McGhee, guitar; Sticks McGhee, guitar, vocals; Gene Ramey, bass; unknown, drums.

NYC, February 14, 1949

189Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee

The Delta Rhythm Boys, vocal quartet.

NYC, January 24, 1950

376If You See Tears In My Eyes

Joe Morris, unknown, trumpet; unknown, alto sax; unknown, tenor sax; Elmo Hope, piano; Roy Gaines, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Laurie Tate, vocals.

NYC, June, 1950

463Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere

Bill Harris, guitar; John Bailey, lead vocals; Matthew McQuater, tenor vocals; Harold Lucas, baritone vocals; Harold Winley, bass vocals.

NYC, February 22, 1951

590Don't You Know I Love You

The Cardinals, doo wop group.

NYC?, circa March, 1951???

592Shouldn't I Know

unknown, brass; unknown, tenor sax; Harry Van Walls, piano; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; unknown, drums; Joe Turner, vocals; unknown, vocal group.

NYC, April 19, 1951

603Chains Of Love

The Cardinals, doo wop group.

NYC, October 6, 1951

775Wheel Of Fortune

Willis Jackson, tenor sax; Harry Van Walls, piano; Connie Kay, drums; The Clovers, doo wop group; and others.

NYC, December 19, 1951

755One Mint Julep

unknown, trumpet; Willis Jackson, tenor sax; 2 unknown, sax; Harry Van Walls, piano; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; Connie Kay, drums; Ruth Brown, vocals.

NYC, February 13, 1952

8045-10-15 Hours

** also released on Atlantic SD 8161.

LP 8162   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 2: The Golden Years 1953-55   1968

Bill Harris, guitar; John Bailey, lead vocals; Matthew McQuater, tenor vocals; Harold Lucas, baritone vocals; Harold Winley, bass vocals.

NYC, August 7, 1952

873Yes, It's You

Taft Jordan, trumpet; unknown, sax; unknown, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; unknown, bass; Connie Kay, drums; Ruth Brown, vocals.

NYC, December 19, 1952

960Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean

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

1203Honey Love

unknown, trumpet; Wilbur De Paris, trombone; Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Jesse Stone, piano; Mickey Baker, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Connie Kay, drums; Joe Turner, vocals; unknown, vocal group.

NYC, February 15, 1954

1209Shake, Rattle And Roll

The Chords, doo wop group.

NYC, March 14, 1954

1233Sh-Boom

Sam Taylor, tenor sax; unknown, baritone sax; unknown, piano; unknown, guitar; unknown, bass; Connie Kay, drums; LaVern Baker, vocals; The Gliders, vocal group.

NYC, October 20, 1954

1334Tweedlee Dee

Joe Bridgewater, Charles Whitley, trumpet; Don Wilkerson, tenor sax; David Newman, baritone sax; Ray Charles, piano, vocals; Wesley Jackson, guitar; Jimmy Bell, bass; Glenn Brooks, drums.

Atlanta, GA, November 18, 1954

1383I've Got A Woman
1384Greenbacks

The Clovers, doo wop group.

NYC, December 16, 1954

1402Blue Velvet

Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; unknown, baritone sax, piano, bass, drums; Jimmy Oliver, guitar; Bobby Hendricks, lead tenor vocals; Johnny Moore, Gerhart Thrasher, tenor vocals; Andrew Thrasher, baritone vocals; Bill Pinkney, bass vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 1955

1664Adorable

** also released on Atlantic SD 8162.

LP 8163   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 3: Rock & Roll 1956-57   1968

The Clovers, doo wop group.

NYC, December 15, 1953

1169Down In The Alley

Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; unknown, baritone sax, piano, bass, drums; Jimmy Oliver, guitar; Bobby Hendricks, lead tenor vocals; Johnny Moore, Gerhart Thrasher, tenor vocals; Andrew Thrasher, baritone vocals; Bill Pinkney, bass vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, September 19, 1955

1666Ruby Baby

Gil Bernal, tenor sax; Mike Stoller, piano; Barney Kessel or Charles "Chuck" Norris, guitar; Ralph Hamilton, bass; Jesse Sailes, drums; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Grady Chapman, Ty Terrell, tenor vocals; Billy Richards, Roy Richards, baritone vocals; Bobby Nunn, bass vocals.

Los Angeles, CA, September 28, 1955

1669 | A32Smokey Joe's Cafe

The Clovers, doo wop group.

NYC, November 11, 1955

1689Devil Or Angel

LaVern Baker, vocals; and others.

NYC, December 21, 1955

1784-1Jim Dandy

Jimmy Nottingham, Dick Vance, trumpet; Earl Warren, alto sax; Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Ernie Hayes, piano; George Barnes, Billy Mure, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Joe Turner, vocals; The Cookies, doo wop group.

NYC, February 24, 1956

1884Corrine, Corrina

Clyde McPhatter, vocals; and others.

NYC, March 4, 1956

1908Treasure Of Love

Ivory Joe Hunter, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Ray Ellis, director.

NYC, September 5, 1956

2082Since I Met You Baby

Jimmy Oliver, guitar; Johnny Moore, lead tenor vocals; Gerhart Thrasher, tenor vocals; Charlie Hughes, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals.

NYC, November 8, 1956

2185Fools Fall In Love

James Harris, trumpet; Gene Barge, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, marimba; unknown, piano; Al Caiola, Roy Gaines, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Panama Francis, drums; Chuck Willis, vocals; Elise Bretton, Robert Miller, Marcia Nell, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Jesse Stone, conductor.

NYC, January 31, 1957

2311C.C. Rider (as See See Rider)

Clyde McPhatter, vocals; unidentified orchestra and chorus, Ray Ellis, director.

NYC, February 13, 1957

2342Just To Hold My Hand

Adolph Jacobs, guitar; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Leon Hughes, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Bobby Nunn, bass vocals; and others.

Los Angeles, CA, February 15, 1957

3691 | 57C107 | 57C187Young Blood
3692 | 57C108 | 57C188Searchin'

Clyde McPhatter, vocals; and others.

NYC, June 30, 1957

2657Long, Lonely Nights

** also released on Atlantic SD 8163.

LP 8164   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 4: The Big Beat 1958-60   1968

King Curtis, tenor sax; Adolph Jacobs, guitar; unknown, bass, drums; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Cornelius "Cornell" Gunter, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Will "Dub" Jones, bass vocals.

NYC, March 17, 1958

4123 | 57C365Yakety Yak

Bobby Darin, vocals; and others.

NYC, April 10, 1958

3039 | 57C370Splish Splash

Clyde McPhatter, vocals; and others.

NYC, August 7, 1958

3117A Lover's Question

Urbie Green, trombone; Leon Cohen, alto sax; King Curtis, tenor sax; unknown, vibes; Ernie Hayes, piano; Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Panama Francis, drums; LaVern Baker, vocals; Bill Marine, Marcia Neil, Jerry Parker, Mike Stewart, choir; Reggie Obrecht, arranger, director.

NYC, September 11, 1958

3132I Cried A Tear

King Curtis, tenor sax; Adolph Jacobs, guitar; unknown, bass, drums; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Cornelius "Cornell" Gunter, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Will "Dub" Jones, bass vocals.

NYC, December 11, 1958

4168 | 58C461Charlie Brown

David Newman, tenor, alto sax; Bennie Crawford, baritone sax; Ray Charles, piano, vocals; Edgar Willis, bass; Milt Turner, drums; and others.

NYC, February 18, 1959

3263What'd I Say, Part 1
3264What'd I Say, Part 2

Reggie Kimber, guitar; Ben E. King as Earl Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, March 6, 1959

3397There Goes My Baby

Billy Davis, guitar; Johnny Williams, lead tenor vocals #1; Ben E. King, lead tenor vocals #2; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, July 9, 1959

1. 3726True Love, True Love
2. 3727Dance With Me

Adolph Jacobs, guitar; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Cornelius "Cornell" Gunter, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Will "Dub" Jones, bass vocals; and others.

NYC, July 16, 1959

3607Poison Ivy

Billy Davis, guitar; Ben E. King as Benjamin Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, Johnny Williams, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, December 23, 1959

3984This Magic Moment

Billy Davis, guitar; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, Johnny Williams, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Elsbeary Hobbs, bass vocals.

NYC, May 19, 1960

4565Save The Last Dance For Me
4567I Count The Tears

Romeo Penque, reeds; Charles McCracken, cello; Ernie Hayes, piano; Al Caiola, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, vocals; Elise Bretton, Lillian Clark, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Stan Applebaum, director.

NYC, October 27, 1960

5161Spanish Harlem

Carla Thomas, vocals; and others.

Nashville, TN, 1960

5169Gee Whiz

** also released on Atlantic SD 8164.

LP 8165   Carmen McRae - Portrait Of Carmen   1968

John Audino, James Salko, Jimmy Zito, trumpet; Joe Howard, Dick Nash, trombone; George Roberts, bass trombone; Dick Perissi, Henry Sigismonti, French horn; Gene Cipriano, Dominick Fera, Justin Gordon, John Lowe, Ted Nash, sax; Ann Mason, harp; Norman Simmons, piano; Tommy Tedesco, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Victor Feldman, Jack Sperling, drums; Dale Anderson, percussion; Carmen McRae, vocals; unidentified 8 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, Gene DiNovi, arranger, director.

United Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 27, 1967

13612I'm Always Drunk In San Francisco
13613I Haven't Got Anything Better To Do

Benny Carter, arranger, director; replaces DiNovi.

13614My Very Own Person
13615Boy, Do I Have A Surprise For You

Lew McCreary, trombone; George Roberts, bass trombone; David Duke, William Hinshaw, Henry Sigismonti, French horn; Gene Cipriano, Harry Klee, flute; Norman Simmons, piano; Dennis Budimir, Howard Roberts, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Earl Palmer, drums; Victor Feldman, Lou Singer, percussion; Carmen McRae, vocals; unidentified 6 violins, 2 celli, Shorty Rogers, arranger, director.

United Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 28, 1967

13616Elusive Butterfly
13617When You Get Around To Me
13618Ask Any Woman

Bob Bryant, Conte Candoli, Freddie Hill, Al Porcino, trumpet; Lou Blackburn, Billy Byers, Frank Rosolino, trombone; Ernie Tack, bass trombone; Buddy Collette, William Green, Anthony Ortega, Frank Strozier, sax; Norman Simmons, piano; John Collins, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Shelly Manne, drums; Carmen McRae, vocals; Oliver Nelson, arranger, director.

United Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 29, 1967

13619Wonder Why
13620Day By Day
13621Walking Happy
13622Loads Of Love

** also released on Atlantic SD 8165.

LP 8166   Charlie Palmieri - Latin Bugalu   1968

Charlie Palmieri, organ, piano; and others.

NYC, November 2, 1966

11124Clusters
11125Panama's Boogaloo

same personnel.

NYC, November 7, 1966

11137A Night To Remember
11138Coke Pa La Cola
11140Bitter Sweet
11141Mambo Show

same personnel.

NYC, December 15, 1966

11301Uptight (Everything's Alright)
11302Bugalu

** also released on Atlantic SD 8166.

LP 8167   Various Artists - Brazil's Super Hits   1968

Don Elliott, mellophone, vibes, triangle; Ralph Freundlich, flute; Luiz Bonfa, guitar; Tommy Lopez, bongo, conga drums.

NYC, April 4, 1958

3024Brasilia

Herbie Mann, alto flute; Baden Powell, guitar; Gabriel, bass; Juquinha, drums.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, October 15, 1962

6540Consolacao (aka Consolation)

Herbie Mann, soprano, alto flute; Antonio Carlos Jobim, piano, arranger, vocals; and others.

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, October 17, 1962

6547Amor Em Paz (aka Love In Peace)

Joao Gilberto, guitar; and others.

October 19, 1962

6612Voce E Eu Bossa Nova

same session.

6618Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)
6624Desafinado

Sergio Mendes, piano; Sebastiao Neto, bass; Edison Machado, drums; and Edson Maciel, slide trombone; Raulzinho, valve trombone; Hector Bisignani, tenor sax; Antonio Carlos Jobim, arranger.

Brazil, June 12, 1964

11900Corcovado

Milt Jackson, vibes; John Lewis, piano; Percy Heath, bass; Connie Kay, drums; with Laurindo Almeida, guitar.

RCA Webster Hall, NYC, July 21, 1964

8027One Note Samba

Art Farmer, flugelhorn; Sergio Mendes, piano; Antonio Carlos Jobim, guitar; Sebastiao Neto, bass; Chico De Souza, drums.

NYC, December 7, 1964

8421The Girl From Ipanema

Sergio Mendes, piano; Rosinha De Valenca, guitar; Tiao Neto, bass; Chico Batera, drums; Paulo Ferreira, percussion; Wanda De Sah, vocals.

"Matador Club", San Francisco, CA, May 21, 1965

9000Black Orpheus Medley: Manha De Carnaval / Batuque De Orfeu / Samba De Orfeu / A Felicidade

Sergio Mendes, piano; unidentified big band, Bob Florence, arranger, conductor.

Los Angeles, CA, June 6, 1966

10394Nana

** also released on Atlantic SD 8167.

LP 8168   The Harvey Averne Dozen - Viva Soul   1968

Harvey Averne, piano, vibes, arranger, producer?; and others.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 11, 1967

13194You're No Good
13195Think It Over
13196Monday Monday
13197My Dream
13198Wishing And Hoping
13199The Micro Mini
13200Shake Your Money Maker
13201You Missed My Mind Up
13202Think Drink Coffee Soon
13203Make Out
13204The Word
13205Free Advice

** also released on Atlantic SD 8168.

LP 8169   The Rascals - Once Upon A Dream   1968

The Rascals, pop group.

NYC, September 21, 1967

13092Please Love Me
13093It's Wonderful

same personnel.

NYC, September 26, 1967

13100Rainy Day

same personnel.

NYC, October 2, 1967

13115Easy Rollin'
13116I'm Gonna Love You

same personnel.

NYC, October 18, 1967

13216Finale: Once Upon A Dream
13217Silly Girl

same personnel.

NYC, November 6, 1967

13444Singin' The Blues Too Long

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, November 15, 1967

13469My Hawaii

same personnel.

NYC, November 16, 1967

13471My World
13472Sattva

** also released on Atlantic SD 8169.

LP 8170   Various Artists - This Is Soul   1968

David Newman, tenor, alto sax; Bennie Crawford, baritone sax; Ray Charles, piano, vocals; Edgar Willis, bass; Milt Turner, drums; and others.

NYC, February 18, 1959

3363What'd I Say

Romeo Penque, reeds; Charles McCracken, cello; Ernie Hayes, piano; Al Caiola, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, vocals; Elise Bretton, Lillian Clark, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Stan Applebaum, director.

NYC, October 27, 1960

5161Spanish Harlem

unknown, trombone, piano, guitar, bass, drums, strings, choir; Esther Phillips, vocals; Cliff Parman, director?.

Nashville, TN, 1962

7636Release Me

Billy Davis, guitar; Rudy Lewis, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals; Doris Troy, Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne Warwick, vocals.

NYC, January 22, 1963

6744On Broadway

Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Ben Smith, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Artie Butler, piano; George Barnes, Bob Bushnell, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Phil Kraus, tambourine; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female choir, Gary Sherman, arranger, director.

NYC, March 15, 1963

6881If You Need Me

Don Covay, vocals; and others.

NYC, May 18, 1964

7879Mercy, Mercy

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8303Hold What You've Got

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Muscle Shoals, AL, February 17, 1966

9941When A Man Loves A Woman

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Andrew Love, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; John Peck, guitar???; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, May 8, 9 & 11, 1966

10300Land Of 1000 Dances

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bridges, baritone sax; Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, electric piano; Lincoln "Chips" Moman, lead guitar; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, January 24, 1967

11575I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)

** also released on Atlantic SD 8170.

LP 8171   Here Is Barbara Lynn   1968

unknown, piano, 2 guitar, electric bass, drums, 3 female vocals; Barbara Lynn, vocals; Cliff Thomas, Ed Thomas, arranger.

Clinton, MS, September 13, 1967?

13077This Is The Thanks I Get

Barbara Lynn, vocals; and others.

December 8, 1967?

13582You'll Lose A Good Thing
13583Take Your Love And Run
13584Maybe We Can Slip Away
13585Sure Is Worth It
13586Only You Know How To Love Me
13587(Until Then) I'll Suffer
13588You're Losing Me
13589Sufferin' City
13590Multiplying Pain
13591Why Can't You Love Me
13592Mix It Up Baby

** also released on Atlantic SD 8171.

LP 8172   Earl Coleman - Love Songs   1968

Jerome Richardson, flute; Billy Taylor, piano; Earl Coleman, vocals; unidentified big band, Frank Foster or Tom McIntosh, director; and others.

NYC, August 16, 1966

10663People
10665Work Song
10666I've Got You Under My Skin

Eddie Williams, trumpet; Billy Taylor, piano; Gene Bertoncini, guitar; Reggie Workman, bass; Bobby Thomas, drums; Earl Coleman, vocals.

NYC, February 26, 1967

11778Manhatten Serenade
11779When Did You Leave Heaven
11780A Day In The Life Of A Fool
11781Charade
11782There's No You
11783I Won't Tell A Soul (I Love You)
11784I Wish I Knew

** also released on Atlantic SD 8172.

LP 8173   Barbara Lewis - Workin' On A Groovy Thing   1968

Pat Bown, piano; Vin Bell, Al Gorgoni, Trade Martin, guitar; Bob Bushnell, electric bass; Gary Chester, drums; Alvin Rogers, Ted Sommer, percussion; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified 10 strings, Artie Butler, arranger, director.

NYC, July 1, 1965

9083Make Me Your Baby

Quentin Jackson, John Messner, Sonny Russo, trombone; Fred Klein, French horn???; Art Kaplan, baritone sax; Joe Tekula, cello???; Paul Griffin, piano; Al Gorgoni, Charles Macey, guitar; Louis Mauro, bass???; Bernard Purdie, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified strings, Arif Mardin, arranger, director.

NYC, June 3, 1966

10376Girls Need Loving Care
10377Make Me Belong To You
10378Baby, What Do You Want Me To Do
10379I Remember The Feeling

Dave Burns, Jimmy Nottingham, trumpet; Dickie Harris, trombone; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; George Butcher, piano; Carl Lynch, guitar; Chuck Rainey, electric bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Jimmy Johnson, percussion; Barbara Lewis, vocals; unidentified strings, Bob Gallo (Eric Gale), arranger, director.

NYC, March 23, 1967

12008I'll Make Him Love Me
12009Only All The Time
12011Love Makes The World Go Round

Ernie Hayes, piano; Billy Butler, Carl Lynch, guitar; Bob Bushnell, electric bass; James Oliver, Charles Otis, Warren Smith, drums, percussion; Barbara Lewis, vocals; Bob Bateman, Lou Courtney, arranger, director.

NYC, November 22, 1967

13516Workin' On A Groovy Thing
13517Thankful (For What I Got)

Barbara Lewis, vocals; Anna Craig, Lynna Daniels, Tasha Thomas, backing vocals; Mike Terry, arranger, director; and others.

Detroit, MI, January, 1968

13758Sho-Nuff (It's Got To Be Your Love)

Barbara Lewis, vocals; and others.

Detroit, MI, March 22, 1968?

14091I'll Keep Believin'

** also released on Atlantic SD 8173.

LP 8174   Billy Vera And Judy Clay - Storybook Children   1968

Butch Mann, Chip Taylor, guitar; Jimmy Tyrell, bass; Earl Williams, drums; Judy Clay, vocals; Billy Vera, vocals, guitar.

Jubilee Studios, NYC, September 1, 1967

12973Storybook Children

Linc Chamberland, guitar; Jimmy Tyrell, bass; Earl Williams, drums; Billy Vera, vocals.

12974Really Together

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Butch Mann, guitar; Eric Gale, electric bass; Pete Holman, drums; Judy Clay, vocals; Billy Vera, vocals, guitar; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; unidentified strings.

Century Sound Studios, NYC, December 20, 1967

13643We're In Love
13644Country Girl-City Man (as Just Across The Line)
13645Soul Man
13646Let It Be Me
13647When Do We Go
13648Good Morning Blues
13649Bring It On Home To Me
13651So Good (To Be Together)
13652Ever Since
13960Do Right Woman-Do Right Man

** also released on Atlantic SD 8174.

LP 8175   Wilson Pickett - I'm In Love   1968

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Bobby Woods, piano; Bobby Emmons, organ; Bobby Womack, lead guitar; Reggie Young, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Gene Chrisman, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Memphis, TN, July 1 & 3, 1967

12721We've Got To Have Love
12722She's Looking Good
12723I've Come A Long Way
12724I'm In Love
12725Jealous Love
12726Don't Cry No More
12727That Kind Of Love
12728Bring It On Home To Me
12729Stagger Lee
12730Hello Sunshine

** also released on Atlantic SD 8175.

LP 8176   Aretha Franklin - Lady Soul   1968

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Willie Bridges, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Aretha Franklin, vocals.

NYC, February 17, 1967

11754(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Ted Sommer, vibes; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Truman Thomas, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Aretha Franklin, vocals; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; unidentified strings, Ralph Burns, director.

NYC, June 23, 1967

12654Chain Of Fools

Bernie Glow, Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Frank Wess, flute, tenor sax; King Curtis, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Warren Smith, vibes; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, electric piano, organ; Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Eric Clapton, Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, Bobby Womack, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Carolyn Franklin, backing vocals; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group.

NYC, December 16 & 17, 1967

13635Since You've Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby)
13636(Be As) Good To Me (As I Am To You)
13637Niki Hoeky
13638Groovin'

same personnel.

NYC, December 19 & 20, 1967

13653People Get Ready
13655Money Won't Change You
13656Come Back Baby
13657Ain't No Way

** also released on Atlantic SD 8176.

LP 8177   Sergio Mendes' Favorite Things   1968

Tom Scott, flute, soprano sax; Sergio Mendes, piano, electric piano, harpsichord; Dave Grusin, organ; John Pisano, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Larry Knechtel, electric bass; Dom Um Romao, drums; Joao Donato, Paul F. Magalhaes, percussion; overdubs: Milt Bernhart, Dick Nash, Ernie Tack, Lloyd Ulyate, trombone #1; John Kitzmiller, tuba #1; Tom Scott, woodwinds #1; Catherine Gotthoffer, harp #1; Larry Bunker, Dom Um Romao, Moacir Santos, percussion #1; + 8 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, #1; Dave Grusin, director #1.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 22, 1967

1. 13577I Say A Little Prayer
2. 13580Comin' Home Baby

Tom Scott, flute, soprano sax; Sergio Mendes, piano, electric piano, harpsichord; Dave Grusin, organ; John Pisano, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Larry Knechtel, electric bass; Dom Um Romao, drums; Joao Donato, Moacir Santos, percussion; overdubs: Milt Bernhart, trombone; Dick Nash, Ernie Tack, Lloyd Ulyate, trombone #4,5; John Kitzmiller, tuba #4,5; Tom Scott, woodwinds; Catherine Gotthoffer, harp; Dom Um Romao, drums #1-3, percussion #4,5; Larry Bunker, Moacir Santos, percussion; + 8 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, Dave Grusin, director.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 29, 1967

1. 13572Ponteio
2. 13574Veleiro
3. 13576Tempo Feliz
4. 13578My Favorite Things
5. 13579A Banda

Tom Scott, flute, soprano sax; Sergio Mendes, piano, electric piano, harpsichord; Dave Grusin, organ; John Pisano, guitar; Joe Mondragon, bass; Dom Um Romao, drums; Joao Donato, Moacir Santos, percussion; overdubs: Dick Nash, Ernie Tack, Lloyd Ulyate, trombone #1; Milt Bernhart, trombone #1,2; John Kitzmiller, tuba #1; Tom Scott, woodwinds #1,2; Catherine Gotthoffer, harp #1,2; Larry Bunker, Moacir Santos, percussion #1,2; Dom Um Romao, percussion #1, drums #2; + 8 violins, 2 violas, 2 celli, #1,2; Dave Grusin, director #1,2.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, November 30, 1967

1. 13573Boa Palavra
2. 13575The Sea Is My Soul
3. 13581Now What's New

** also released on Atlantic SD 8177.

LP 8178   Booker And Foster - The Handwriting On The Wall   1968

Bob Booker, George Foster, comedian.

Bell Sound Studios, NYC, January 25, 1968

13759The Sounds Of Graffiti
13760The Hippies
13761Sex
13762Advertising
13763Homosexuals
13764Religion
13765Underneaths
13766Politics
13767Personalities
13768Civil Rights
13769More Underneaths
13770War
13771Bumper Stickers
13772Whimsy

** also released on Atlantic SD 8178.

LP 8179   Flip Wilson - You Devil You   1968

Flip Wilson, comedian.

live shows, "Hunter College", Chicago, IL, March 25, 1968?

1409220 Minutes Of Silence
14093Herman's Berry
14094I Wanted To Be A Singer
14095The Millionaire
14096The Joey Bishop Show
14097Ugly Baby
14098Days Of The Knights
14099The Gardener
14100I'm Not Flip Wilson
14101Lulu
14102The Shadow
14103Dr. Freddie
14104Tra La
14105Land Of Opportunity
14106Paid To Die
14107Ugly Girl
14108The Bat

** also released on Atlantic SD 8179.

LP 8180   Percy Sledge - Take Time To Know Her   1968

Percy Sledge, vocals; and others.

Alabama, September 20, 1966

10831I Love Everything About You

same personnel.

Alabama, January 20, 1967?

11524Baby Help Me

same personnel.

Alabama, March 6, 1967?

11848Out Of Left Field

same personnel.

Alabama, July 28, 1967?

12812High Cost Of Leaving
12813It's All Wrong But It's Alright

same personnel.

Alabama, October 4, 1967

13130Cover Me

same personnel.

February 1, 1968?

13804Take Time To Know Her

same personnel.

Alabama, March 15, 1968?

14038Feed The Flame
14039Sudden Stop
14040Come Softly To Me
14041Spooky
14042Between These Arms

** also released on Atlantic SD 8180.

LP 8181   Archie Bell And The Drells - Tighten Up   1968

Archie Bell, lead vocals; Billy Buttier, Joe Cross, James Wise, vocals; and others.

Jones Town Studio, Houston, TX, October, 1967

14339Tighten Up, Part 1
14348A Soldier's Prayer, 1967

same personnel.

Jones Town Studio, Houston, TX, March 15, 1968

14340Tighten Up, Part 2

same personnel.

Jones Town Studio, Houston, TX, April 19, 1968

14341I Don't Wanna Be A Playboy
14342You're Mine
14343Knock On Wood
14344Give Me Time
14345In The Midnight Hour
14346When You Left Heartache Began
14347A Thousand Wonders

** also released on Atlantic SD 8181.

LP 8182   The Sweet Inspirations - Songs Of Faith And Inspiration   1968

Cissy Houston, lead vocals; Estelle Brown, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, vocals; and others.

NYC, April 3, 1968

14219Pilgrims Of Sorrow
14220Down By The Riverside
14221The 23rd Psalm
14222Without A Doubt
14223He'll Fight My Battles
14224Swing Low

same personnel.

NYC, April 4, 1968

14225I Shall Know Him
14226What A Friend We Have In Jesus
14227Looking On The Bright Side
14228Guide Me

** also released on Atlantic SD 8182.

LP 8183   Wilson Pickett - The Midnight Mover   1968

unknown, trumpet, sax, piano, organ, electric bass, drums, female chorus; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

NYC, May 12, 1964

7860I'm Gonna Cry
7861For Better Or Worse

Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman, trumpet; King Curtis, tenor sax; Joe Grimaldi, baritone sax; Arif Mardin, piano, organ, arranger; Carl Lynch, Ronald Miller, guitar; Jerry Jemmott, electric bass; Bernard Purdie, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

NYC, January 4, 1968

13682Deborah
13683Down By The Sea

Wilson Pickett, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN, March 4, 1968

13650I Found A True Love
13956Remember, I Been Good To You
13957Let's Get An Understanding
13958I'm A Midnight Mover
13959Baby Trust Me
13961It's A Groove

** also released on Atlantic SD 8183.

LP 8184   Mandala - Soul Crusade   1968

Henry Babraj, Josef Chirowski, Hugh Sullivan, keyboards; Domenic Troiano, guitar, vocals, arranger; Don Elliot, bass; Whitey Glan, drums; Shawne Jackson, Roy Kenner, Bobby Kris, Eric Mercury, George Olliver, William D. "Smitty" Smith, vocals; Arif Mardin, arranger.

NYC, February 5, 1968

13824Love-It Is

same personnel.

April 1, 1968

14165World Of Love
14166One Short Year
14167To Be With You
14168Can't Hold Out
14169Mellow Carmello Palumbo
14170Every Single Day
14171Don't Make Me Cry
14172Stop Crying On My Shoulder
14173Come On Home
14174Faith

** also released on Atlantic SD 8184.

LP 8185   Solomon Burke - I Wish I Knew   1968

unknown, piano, organ, guitar, electric bass, drums, choir; Solomon Burke, vocals; Arif Mardin, arranger, director.

Memphis, TN, March 15, 1968?

14057By The Time I Get To Phoenix
14058I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel To Be Free)
14059Shame On Me
14060Save It
14061Meet Me In Church
14062Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
14063Why, Why, Why
14064Get Out Of My Life, Woman
14065What'd I Say
14066Since I Met You Baby

** also released on Atlantic SD 8185.

LP 8186   Aretha Franklin - Aretha Now   1968

Bernie Glow, Melvin Lastie, Joe Newman, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Frank Wess, flute, tenor sax; King Curtis, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Warren Smith, vibes; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, electric piano, organ; Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Eric Clapton, Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, Bobby Womack, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Carolyn Franklin, backing vocals; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group.

NYC, December 16 & 17, 1967

13639You're A Sweet Sweet Man
13640A Change Is Gonna Come

same personnel.

NYC, December 19 & 20, 1967

13654Hello Sunshine

Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; and others.

NYC, April 15, 1968

14319Think

Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Richard Williams, Snooky Young or Bernie Glow, trumpet; Jimmy Cleveland, Urbie Green or Thomas Mitchell, Benny Powell, trombone; George Dorsey, Frank Wess, alto sax; King Curtis, Seldon Powell, tenor sax; David Newman, tenor sax, flute; Pepper Adams, baritone sax; Jack Jennings, vibes; Aretha Franklin, piano, vocals; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, organ; Jimmy Johnson, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, Jerry Jemmott, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Louis Golcdecha, Manuel Gonzales, Latin percussion; Arif Mardin, arranger, director.

NYC, April 16, 1968

14329You Send Me
14330See-Saw

same personnel.

NYC, April 17, 1968

14333I Say A Little Prayer
14334Night Time Is The Right Time

same personnel.

NYC, April 18, 1968

14336I Take What I Want
14337I Can't See Myself Leaving You

** also released on Atlantic SD 8186.

LP 8187   Joe Tex - Soul Country   1968

Joe Tex, vocals; unidentified studio band.

Tennessee?, April 19, 1968?

14338I'll Never Do You Wrong

same personnel.

Tennessee?, May 3, 1968?

14457Ode To Billie Joe
14458The Dark End Of The Street
14459Funny How Time Slips Away
14460Engine, Engine Number Nine
14461Skip A Rope
14462Green Green Grass Of Home
14463Set Me Free
14464By The Time I Get To Phoenix
14465Honey

** also released on Atlantic SD 8187.

LP 8188   Various Artists - The Super Hits, Vol. 2   1968

Sonny Bono, Cher, vocals; Harold Battiste, conductor; and others.

Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, CA, January 23, 1967?

11546The Beat Goes On

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell, tenor sax; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Lincoln "Chips" Moman, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, February 1, 2, 3 & 4, 1967

11647Funky Broadway

The Young Rascals, pop group.

NYC, March 27, 1967

12016Groovin'

Ben Cauley, trumpet; Phalon Jones, tenor sax; Booker T. Jones, harmonica #2; Ronnie Caldwell, organ; Jimmy King, guitar; James Alexander, electric bass; Carl Cunningham, drums.

Memphis, TN, March 31, 1967?

1. 12034Soul Finger
2. 12035Knucklehead

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Tony Studd, bass trombone; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Ted Sommer, vibes; Dewey "Spooner" Oldham, piano; Truman Thomas, organ; Jimmy Johnson, Joe South, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, bass; Roger Hawkins, drums; Aretha Franklin, vocals; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; unidentified strings, Ralph Burns, director.

NYC, June 23, 1967

12653Baby, I Love You
12654Chain Of Fools

Sam Moore, Dave Prater, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN, August 10, 1967?

12842Soul Man

unknown, trumpet, sax, harmonica; Booker T. Jones, trombone?; Tedford, alto sax; J.P., baritone sax; Bobby Emmons, piano; Reggie Young, lead guitar; Lee Royal Hadley, rhythm guitar; Mike Leech, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN, September 13, 1967

13076Skinny Legs And All

Booker T. Jones or Isaac Hayes, piano, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Otis Redding, vocals; + overdubs: Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Andrew Love or Joe Arnold, tenor, baritone sax.

Memphis, TN, December 7, 1967

13684(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

** also released on Atlantic SD 8188.

LP 8189   The Apple Pie Motherhood Band   1968

Adam Meyers, harmonica; Jeff Labes, keyboards; Joe Castagno, Ted Demos, Michael Sorafine, guitar; Dick Barnaby, bass; Jack Bruno, drums; Bruce Paine, vocals.

NYC, January 8, 1968

13695Long Live Apple Pie

same personnel.

NYC?, April 4, 1968

14207Ice
14210Yesterday's New Song
14212I'd Like To Know
14213The Way It Feels
14214Variations On A Fingernail
14215Barnaby's Madness
14216Contact
The Ultimate

same personnel.

NYC?, May 7, 1968

14483Born Under A Bad Sign
14484Bread And Jam

** also released on Atlantic SD 8189.

LP 8190   The Rascals' Greatest Hits - Time Peace   1968

The Young Rascals, pop group.

NYC, September 20, 1965

9369I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore

same personnel.

NYC, February 1, 1966

9894Good Lovin'

same personnel.

NYC, February 8, 1966

9909Mustang Sally

same personnel.

NYC, March 15, 1966

10122In The Midnight Hour

same personnel.

NYC, May 9, 1966

10253Whatcha Gonna Do With My Heart (as You Better Run)

same personnel.

May 10, 1966

10272Love Is A Beautiful Thing

same personnel.

August 8, 1966

10616Come On Up

same personnel.

circa October, 1966???

11070I've Been Lonely Too Long

same personnel.

NYC, March 27, 1967

12016Groovin'

same personnel.

NYC, May 25, 1967

12465A Girl Like You

same personnel.

NYC, June 22, 1967

12656How Can I Be Sure

The Rascals, pop group.

NYC, September 21, 1967

13093It's Wonderful

same personnel.

NYC, October 2, 1967

13115Easy Rollin'

same personnel.

NYC, March 6 & 8, 1968

14022A Beautiful Morning

** also released on Atlantic SD 8190.

LP 8191   Various Artists - Beach Beat, Vol. 2   1968

The Clovers, doo wop group.

NYC, April 7, 1955

1482Nip Sip

Joe Harris, drums; Clyde McPhatter, vocals; and others.

NYC, October 10, 1956

2155Without Love (There Is Nothing)

Adolph Jacobs, guitar; Carl Gardner, lead tenor vocals; Leon Hughes, tenor vocals; Billy Guy, baritone vocals; Bobby Nunn, bass vocals; and others.

Chicago, IL, July 24, 1957

3649 | 57C252Idol With The Golden Head

unknown, flugelhorn, trumpet, trombone, guitar, electric bass, drums, percussion, strings; Ben E. King, vocals; Claus Ogerman, director.

Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 1963

6773I (Who Have Nothing)

Gene "Bowlegs" Miller, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, Jimmy Mitchell, tenor sax; King Curtis, tenor, alto sax, vocals; Floyd Newman, baritone sax; Bobby Wood, piano; Bobby Emmons, organ; R.F. Taylor, Reggie Young, guitar; Tommy Cogbill, electric bass; Gene Chrisman, drums.

Memphis, TN, July 4, 1967

12768Memphis Soul Stew

** also released on Atlantic SD 8191.

LP 8192   This Is Clarence Carter   1968

Clarence Carter, guitar, vocals; and others.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, November 10, 1967

13457Wind It Up
13458I Can't See Myself
13459Looking For A Boy

same personnel.

NYC, April 3, 1968

14198Funky Fever

same personnel.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, April 8, 1968

14255Slippin' Around
14256I'm Qualified
14257Slip Away
14258She Ain't Gonna Do Right
14259Thread The Needle

same personnel.

circa May 3, 1968???

14473Do What You Gotta Do
14474Part Time Love
14475Set Me Free

** also released on Atlantic SD 8192.

LP 8193   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 5: The Beat Goes On 1961-62   1968

Marcus Belgrave, John Hunt, trumpet; David Newman, tenor sax; Bennie Crawford, baritone sax; Ray Charles, piano, organ, vocals; Edgar Willis, bass; Teagle Fleming, drums.

NYC, October 28, 1958

3193Early In The Morning

Romeo Penque, reeds; Charles McCracken, cello; Ernie Hayes, piano; Al Caiola, guitar; Lloyd Trotman, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Ben E. King as Benny Nelson, vocals; Elise Bretton, Lillian Clark, Myriam Workman, backing vocals; Stan Applebaum, director.

NYC, October 27, 1960

5164Stand By Me

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Moe Wechsler, piano; Bert Keyes, organ; George Barnes, Billy Bauer, Allen Hanlon, guitar; Wendell Marshall, bass; Ted Sommer, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; Elise Bretton, Charles Cassey, Lillian Clark, Jerry Duane, Marcia Patterson, Alan Sokoloff, Mike Stewart, backing vocals; Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, December 13, 1960

5222Just Out Of Reach

The Coasters, doo wop group.

NYC, February 9, 1961

5331Little Egypt

Wayne Jackson, trumpet; Charles Axton, tenor sax; Don Nix, baritone sax; Booker T. Jones, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Donald "Duck" Dunn, electric bass; Terry Johnson, drums.

Memphis, TN, September, 1961

5682Last Night

unknown, trumpet, tenor, baritone sax, organ, bass, drums; Marvell Thomas, piano; William Bell, vocals.

Memphis, TN, circa November, 1961???

5795You Don't Miss Your Water

Leon Cohen, alto sax; Jesse Powell, tenor sax; Phil Kraus, vibes; Hank Jones, piano; Bob Mosley, organ; Don Arnone, Everett Barksdale, Al Caiola, Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; Art Davis, bass; Gary Chester, drums; Solomon Burke, vocals; William Eaton, Noah Hopkins, Richard Kraus, Howard Roberts, Earl Rogers, Sherman Sneed, David Vogel, backing vocals; Claus Ogerman, arranger, director.

NYC, December 6, 1961

5844Cry To Me

unknown, clarinet, tenor sax, piano; Robert Ward, guitar; unknown, electric bass, drums; Wilson Pickett, lead vocals; Eddie Floyd, Ben Night, Mack Rice, Joe Stubbs, vocals.

Detroit, MI, 1961

5896I Found A Love

Billy Davis, guitar; Rudy Lewis, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Doc Green, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals.

NYC, June 28, 1962

6357Up On The Roof

Buddy Lucas, tenor sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Ernie Hayes, organ; Everett Barksdale, Carl Lynch, Joe Richardson, guitar; Russ Saunders, bass; Sticks Evans, drums; unknown, washboard; LaVern Baker, vocals; unknown, vocal group; unidentified 8 strings, Ray Ellis, arranger, director.

NYC, September 26, 1962

6476C.C. Rider (as Sea Sea Rider)

unknown, trumpet, trombone, baritone sax; Booker T. Jones, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Lewis Steinberg, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Rufus Thomas, vocals.

Memphis, TN, October 21, 1962

6513The Dog

Booker T. Jones, organ; Johnny Jenkins, guitar; Steve Cropper, guitar, piano; Lewis Steinberg, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums; Otis Redding, vocals.

Memphis, TN, October, 1962

6511These Arms Of Mine

Booker T. Jones, organ; Steve Cropper, guitar; Lewis Steinberg, electric bass; Al Jackson, drums.

Memphis, TN, 1962

6295Green Onions

** also released on Atlantic SD 8193.

LP 8194   Various Artists - History Of Rhythm & Blues, Volume 6: On Broadway 1963-64   1968

unknown, piano, organ, guitar, bass, drums; Barbara Lewis, vocals; The Dells, doo wop group.

Chicago, IL, January 16, 1963

6713Hello Stranger

Billy Davis, guitar; Rudy Lewis, lead tenor vocals; Charlie Thomas, tenor vocals; Eugene Pearson, baritone vocals; Tommy Evans, bass vocals; Doris Troy, Dee Dee Warwick, Dionne Warwick, vocals.

NYC, January 22, 1963

6744On Broadway

unknown, flugelhorn, trumpet, trombone, guitar, electric bass, drums, percussion, strings; Ben E. King, vocals; Claus Ogerman, director.

Los Angeles, CA, February 11, 1963

6773I (Who Have Nothing)

Horace Ott, piano; Napoleon "Snags" Allen, guitar; Barney Richmond, bass; Bruno Carr, drums; Doris Troy, vocals.

NYC, March 5, 1963

6878Just One Look

Marky Markowitz, Ernie Royal, trumpet; Ben Smith, Sam Taylor, tenor sax; Haywood Henry, baritone sax; Artie Butler, piano; George Barnes, Bob Bushnell, guitar; Russ Saunders, electric bass; Bobby Donaldson, drums; Phil Kraus, tambourine; Solomon Burke, vocals; unidentified female choir, Gary Sherman, arranger, director.

NYC, March 15, 1963

6881If You Need Me

Chris Kenner, vocals; and others.

New Orleans, LA?, May 17, 1963

7017Land Of 1000 Dances

Rufus Thomas, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN?, August 21, 1963

7171Walking The Dog

The Coasters, doo wop group.

January 28, 1964

7573T'ain't Nothin' To Me

unknown, trumpet, sax, piano, organ, electric bass, drums, female chorus; Wilson Pickett, vocals.

NYC, May 12, 1964

7860I'm Gonna Cry

Don Covay, vocals; and others.

NYC, May 18, 1964

7879Mercy, Mercy

Carla Thomas, vocals; and others.

Memphis, TN, June 4, 1964

7947(I've Got) No Time To Lose

Eddie Williams, tenor sax; Mack Williams, baritone sax; Ronnie ???, piano, organ; Lee Royal Hadley, guitar; Warren Jones, bass; Clarence Hadley, electric bass; Clyde Williams, drums; Joe Tex, vocals.

Muscle Shoals, AL, November 6, 1964

8303Hold What You've Got

** also released on Atlantic SD 8194.

LP 8195   The Robert Stigwood Orchestra Plays Bee Gees' Hits   1968

Robert Stigwood, arranger, conductor; and others.

released 1968

14409Massachusetts
14410Birdie Told Me
14411Words
14412To Love Somebody
14413Sinking Ships
14414New York Mining Disaster 1941
14415I Can't See Nobody
14416Holiday
14417World
14418Swan Song

** also released on Atlantic SD 8195.

LP 8196   Leslie Uggams - What's An Uggams?   1968

Leslie Uggams, vocals; and others.

June 6, 1968

14617In The Land Of Make Believe
14618Flying

same personnel.

July 1, 1968

14769River Deep, Mountain High

same personnel.

NYC, July 8, 1968

14807The Wrong Man
14808Just For Today

same personnel.

A&R Studios, NYC, circa July, 1968???

14869Any Old Time Of The Day
14870Some Cats Know
14871Let The Music Play
14872What The World Needs Now Is Love
14873Is That All There Is

** also released on Atlantic SD 8196.

LP 8197   Billy Vera - With Pen In Hand   1968

Melvin Lastie, trumpet; Charlie Chalmers, King Curtis, tenor sax; Paul Griffin, piano; Butch Mann, guitar; Eric Gale, electric bass; Pete Holman, drums; Judy Clay, vocals; Billy Vera, vocals, guitar; The Sweet Inspirations, vocal group; unidentified strings.

Century Sound Studios, NYC, December 20, 1967

13648Good Morning Blues

Paul Griffin, piano; Hugh McCracken, guitar; Chuck Rainey, electric bass; Earl Williams, drums; Billy Vera, lead vocals; Barbara Massey, Melba Moore, Valerie Simpson, vocals; unidentified strings, Arif Mardin, arranger.

NYC, May 24, 1968

14585With Pen In Hand

same personnel.

NYC, June, 1968

14935(You Keep Me) Hangin' On
14936Headin' Down Home
14937The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp
14938I'm Leavin' Here Tomorrow, Mama
14939Gee You Look So Pretty
14940I've Been Loving You Too Long
14941I Can Remember
14942Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
14943To Love Somebody
14944Are You Coming To My Party

** also released on Atlantic SD 8197.

SD 8198   The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown   1968

Vincent Crane, organ; Sean Nicholas, bass; Dracken Theaker, drums; Arthur Brown, vocals.

Advision Studios, London, England, released 1968

14981Prelude-Nightmare
14982Fanfare-Fire Poem
14983Fire
14984Come And Buy
14985Time
14986Confusion
14987I Put A Spell On You
14988Spontaneous Apple Creation
14989Rest Cure
14990I've Got Money
14991Child Of My Kingdom

SD 8199   The Dynamic Clarence Carter   1969

Clarence Carter, guitar, vocals; and others.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, July 26, 1967

12796The Road Of Love

same personnel.

Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, AL, October 3, 1968?

15365That Old Time Feeling
15367Let Me Comfort You
15368Steal Away
15369Think About It
15371Look What I Got
15372Too Weak To Fight

same personnel.

December 2, 1968?

15763I'd Rather Go Blind
15764You've Been A Long Time Comin'
15765Light My Fire
15766Harper Valley P.T.A.
15767Weekend Love

SD 8200   Carmen McRae - The Sound Of Silence   1968

Vince DeRosa, French horn; Gene Cipriano, sax; Lou Raderman, concertmaster; Norman Simmons, piano; Francois Vaz, guitar; Joe Comfort, bass; John Collins, drums; Larry Bunker, percussion; Carmen McRae, vocals; unidentified 16 strings, Jimmy Jones, arranger, conductor.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 26, 1968

14774I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
14775Stardust
14776The Folks Who Live On The Hill
14777Watch What Happens

Buddy Childers, Jack Sheldon, trumpet; Lew McCreary, Dick Nash, trombone; James Horn, sax; Herman Clebanoff, Sam Freed, Dave Frisina, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, Bernard Kundell, violin; Norman Simmons, electric piano; Mike Deasy, Tommy Tedesco, Francois Vaz, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; James Gordon, drums; Emil Radocchia, percussion; Robert Helfer, unknown instruments; Carmen McRae, vocals; Shorty Rogers, arranger, director.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 27, 1968

14778The Sound Of Silence
14779Gloomy Sunday
14781Don't Go Way
14782Can You Tell

Jack Sheldon, Jimmy Zito, trumpet; Lew McCreary, Dick Nash, trombone; John Lowe, sax; Herman Clebanoff, Sam Freed, Dave Frisina, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, Bernard Kundell, violin; Norman Simmons, piano; Mike Deasy, Al Hendrickson, Francois Vaz, guitar; Bob West, bass; Paul Humphrey, drums; Larry Bunker, percussion; Robert Helfer, unknown instruments; Carmen McRae, vocals; Shorty Rogers, arranger, director.

Western Recorders, Los Angeles, CA, June 28, 1968

14783Poor Butterfly
14784I Sold My Heart To The Junkman
14785MacArthur Park
14786My Heart Reminds Me