ESP-Disk' Catalog: Single series

ESP-Disk' Single series (7 inch 45 rpm)

4501   Gilbert Shelton - If I Was A Hell's Angel / Southern Stock Car Man

no details.

4503   The Godz - Lay In The Sun / I Want A Word With You   1967

Jay Dillon, autoharp; Jim McCarthy, guitar, plastic flute, harmonica, vocals; Larry Kessler, bass guitar, violin, vocals; Paul Thornton, drums, guitar, maracas, vocals.

NYC, September 28, 1966

Lay In The Sun
I Want A Word With You

4506   Ornette Coleman - Sadness / Albert Ayler - Holy Family

Ornette Coleman, sax; David Izenzohn, bass; Charles Moffett, percussion.

"Town Hall", NYC, December 21, 1962

Sadness

Don Ayler, trumpet; Charles Tyler, alto sax; Albert Ayler, tenor sax; Henry Grimes, Gary Peacock, bass; Sonny Murray, drums.

"Judson Hall", NYC, September 23, 1965

Holy Family

4507   Fugs - Frenzy / I Want To Know   1966

Lee Crabtree, piano, celeste, bells; Pete Kearney, Vinny Leary, guitar; John Anderson, bass guitar; Tuli Kupferberg, tambourine, maracas; Ken Weaver, percussion; Ed Sanders, vocals; The Fugs Chorus, Betsy Klein, groans, yelps, ooos, harmony.

RLA Sound Studios, NYC, January & February, 1966

Frenzy
I Want To Know

4508   The Fugs - Kill For Peace / Morning, Morning   1966

Lee Crabtree, piano, celeste, bells; Pete Kearney, Vinny Leary, guitar; John Anderson, bass guitar; Tuli Kupferberg, tambourine, maracas; Ken Weaver, percussion; Ed Sanders, vocals; The Fugs Chorus, Betsy Klein, groans, yelps, ooos, harmony.: same session.

RLA Sound Studios, NYC, January & February, 1966

Kill For Peace
Morning, Morning

4509   William Durso - Ain't That Loving You Baby / The Original Prophets - Birds

no details.

4521   Paul Bley - Ida Lupino / Cartoon

Paul Bley, piano; Steve Swallow, bass; Barry Altschul, drums.

NYC, December 12, 1965

Ida Lupino
Cartoon

45302   Bill Horwitz - New American Guilt Trip / If I Had A Friend Like Rosemary Woods

E. Martin, trombone, trumpet; T. Negel, trombone, drums; Steve Hecker, French horn; G. Hicks, piano, violin, viola; B. Grant, acoustic guitar; M. Giacolone, acoustic guitar, guitar; Bill Horwitz, acoustic guitar, guitar, electric guitar, 6 & 12-string guitar, banjo, piano, bass, bass guitar, vocals; H. Guffee, Dobro; Tony Markellis, bass; R. Leab, Richard Steinberg, drums; Human Condition, clapping; B. Carron, vocals; Jerry Mitnick, backing vocals.

Shaggy Dog Studios, Stockbridge, MA, released 1975

New American Guilt Trip
If I Had A Friend Like Rosemary Woods

4547/48   The Godz - Whiffenspoof Song / Travelin' Salesman

Jay Dillon, organ, piano, autoharp; Jim McCarthy, guitar, vocals; Larry Kessler, bass guitar, viola, vocals; Paul Thornton, drums, vocals.

NYC, 1967

Travelin' Salesman

The Great Pahene, grand piano; Jay Dillon, electronic organ, vocals; Charles Cazalet, Bob Gallagher, U.E. Glass, Smokey Head, Jimmy Norwood, electric guitar; Jim McCarthy, electric, acoustic guitar, vocals; Robert Friedman, Bob Unger, electric bass; Larry Kessler, electric bass, acoustic, electric guitar, vocals; Leslie Fradkin, electric bass, electric guitar, harmonica; Billy Paine, Giovanni Rosario, drums; George Cameron, drums, harmonica; Paul Thornton, drums, acoustic, electric guitar, vocals.

A-1 Sound Studios, NYC, 1973

Whiffenspoof Song

4554/55   Pearls Before Swine - Drop Out / Morning Song

Roger Crissinger, organ, harpsichord, Clavioline; Wayne Harley, autoharp, banjo, mandolin, vibes, oscillator, harmony vocals; Tom Rapp, guitar, vocals; Lane Lederer, bass guitar, English horn, horn, sarangui, celeste, finger cymbals, vocals; Warren Smith, drums, percussion; Swine Chorus, harmony vocal group.

Impact Sound Studios, NYC, May 6-9, 1967

Drop Out!
Morning Song

4561   Jerry Moore - Ballad Of Birmingham / Winds Of Change

Eric Gale, guitar; Jerry Moore, guitar, vocals; Bill Salter, bass; Warren Smith, drums; Ralph MacDonald, congas.

Impact Sound Studios, NYC, August, 1967

Ballad Of Birmingham
Winds Of Change

4563   The New York Electric String Ensemble - Fugue #2 / Gavotte

Lewis Bottomly, Peter Smith, guitar; Jonathan Talbot, bass.

Regent Sound Studios, NYC, July 24 & 25, 1967

BACH: Fugue No. 2 From "The Well Tempered Clavier"
BACH: Gavotte From "Third English Suite"

45-63019   Thornton, Fradkin & Unger And The Big Band - God Bless California / Sometimes   1974

Randy Edelman, piano, vocals #1; Paul Thornton, acoustic guitar, lead vocals #2; Leslie Fradkin, 12-string guitar, Mellotron, piano, organ, bass, drums, mandolin, lead vocals #1; Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney, bass, vocals #1; Dennis Seiwell, drums #1.

NYC, 1970, 1973 & 1974

1.God Bless California
2.Sometimes

ORO4569   Bruce MacKay - Feet Of Clay / This Song About The Railroad Shack   1967

Bob Sanderson, flute, bass clarinet; Richard Tyler, electric harpsichord, organ; Tanya MacKay, melodica, vocals #1; Lee Crabtree, organ, piano; Cyril Castor, lead guitar, piano, organ; Bruce MacKay, rhythm 12-string guitar; Chuck Raney, Peter Schubert, bass; Warren Smith, drums.

released 1967

1.This Song About The Railroad Shack
2.Feet Of Clay

4574   Pearls Before Swine - (Why Don't) You Do Love / Song For S. In D.

no details.

4575   Pearls Before Swine - Images Of April / There Was A Man

Joe Farrell, flute, English horn; Lee Crabtree, piano, organ, flute; Jim Bohannon, organ, piano, Clavinet, marimba; Wayne Harley, banjo, harmony vocals; Al Schackman, guitar; Tom Rapp, guitar, vocals, noise breathing; Bill Salter, bass; Lane Lederer, bass guitar, horn, vocals.

Impact Sound Studios, NYC, 1967

Images Of April
There Was A Man

4576   Pearls Before Swine - I Saw The World / Images Of April

Joe Farrell, flute, English horn; Lee Crabtree, piano, organ, flute; Jim Bohannon, organ, piano, Clavinet, marimba; Wayne Harley, banjo, harmony vocals; Al Schackman, guitar; Tom Rapp, guitar, vocals, noise breathing; Bill Salter, bass; Lane Lederer, bass guitar, horn, vocals.: same session.

Impact Sound Studios, NYC, 1967

Images Of April
I Saw The World

ESP-BILLIE-1   Billie Holiday - Tenderly / Tenderly   1973

Tony Scott, clarinet; Buster Harding, piano, conductor; Billie Holiday, vocals; and others.

broadcast, "Apollo Theater", Harlem, NY, December 10, 1952

Tenderly

ESP-ODY 1/2   Odyssey - California / Jethro

no details.