In February 1972, “Capricorn” label released “Dinnertime”, the second Alex Taylor album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin.
- Alex Taylor- vocals
- Scott Boyer- guitar, background vocals
- Chuck Leavell- piano, keyboards, vibraphone
- Paul Hornsby- organ, keyboards
- Johnny Sandlin- bass, moog synthesizer
- Wayne Perkins- bass, guitar, slide guitar
- John Hughey- steel guitar
- Jim Nalls- guitar
- Charlie Hayward- bass
- Jaimoe- percussion, conga, timbales
- Bill Stewart- drums
- Roger Hawkins- percussion, conga, tambourine
- Lou Mullenix- percussion, timbales
- Earl Sims- percussion
- Charles Chalmers, Sandra Chalmers, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, Donna Rhodes, Sandra Rhodes, Temple Riser, Steve Smith – background vocals
- Recording engineer – Steve Smith, Johnny Sandlin
- Remixing – Johnny Sandlin, Jeff Willens, Richard Rosebrough, Danny Tuberville
- Photography: Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes
- Executive Supervisor: Phil Walden
- Change Your Sexy Ways – Alex Taylor, Chuck Leavell, Jim Nalls
- Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield – Randy Newman
- Comin’ Back to You – Scott Boyer
- Four Days Gone – Stephen Stills
- Payday – Jesse Winchester
- Who’s Been Talking? – Howlin’ Wolf
- Who Will the Next Fool Be? – Charlie Rich
- From a Buick Six – Bob Dylan
In January 1972, “RCA” label released “I’m the One”, the debut Annette Peacock solo album. It was recorded in 1971, at “RCA Studios B, C, D” in New York City, and was produced by Annette Peacock and Bob Ringe.
- Annette Peacock – vocals, electronic vocals, pianos (acoustic & electric), synthesizers, electric vibraphone, liner notes, direction
- Paul Bley– synthesizer, piano
- Mike Garson– piano, organ
- Mark Whitecage– alto saxophone
- Michael Moss – tenor saxophone
- Perry Robinson– clarinet
- Tom Cosgrove – guitar
- Stu Woods, Glen Moore– bass
- Rick Marotta, Laurence Cook – drums
- Barry Altschul, Airto Moreira, Dom Um Romão, Orestes Vilató– percussion
- Apache Bley – piano
- Guy Mossler – recording engineer
- Richard Davis – artwork, photography
All tracks by Annette Peacock; except where noted.
- I’m the One
- 7 Days
- Been & Gone
- One Way
- Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley, Vera Matson
- Gesture Without Plot
- Did You Hear Me Mommy?
In January 1972, “Reprise” label released “Loose”, the second Crazy Horse album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Fred Catero.
- George Whitsell – electric and acoustic guitars, lead and backing vocals, congas
- Greg Leroy – electric, acoustic and slide guitars, lead and backing vocals
- John Blanton – organ, lead and backing vocals, piano, harmonica, cello
- Billy Talbot- bass, backing vocals
- Ralph Molina- drums, backing vocals, acoustic guitar
- Joel Tepp – harmonica
- Fred Catero – engineer
- Hit and Run – John Blanton
- Try – George Whitsell
- One Thing I Love – Greg Leroy
- Move – George Whitsell
- All Alone Now – George Whitsell
- All the Little Things – Greg Leroy
- Fair Weather Friend – Greg Leroy
- You Won’t Miss Me – George Whitsell
- Going Home – Greg Leroy
- I Don’t Believe It – George Whitsell
- Kind of Woman – John Blanton
- One Sided Love – George Whitsell
- And She Won’t Even Blow Smoke in My Direction – George Whitsell
In January 1972, “Warner Bros” label released the debut, self-titled Malo album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Pacific Recording Studios” in San Mateo, California, and was produced by David Rubinson.
- Arcelio García, Jr. – vocals, percussion.
- Jorge Santana – vocals, guitar
- Abel Zarate – vocals, guitar
- Pablo Tellez – bass guitar, percussion.
- Richard Kermode – keyboards, electric piano, Hammond organ, piano.
- Richard Spremich – drums, percussion.
- Coke Escovedo – timbales, Percussion.
- Victor Pantoja – conga, bongos, percussion.
- Luis Gasca – trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals.
- Roy Murray – flute, trombone, trumpet, soprano sax.
- Richard Bean – vocals, percussion, timbales.
- David Rubinson – engineer, mixing
- Fred Catero, Jeremy Zatkin – assistant engineer.
- Chris Whorf – art direction
- John & Barbara Casado – design
- Victor Alemán – photography
- Jesus Helguera – front cover
- Pana – Arcelio García Jr., Abel Zarate
- Just Say Goodbye – Rodgers Grant, Luis Gasca
- Café – Jorge Santana, Arcelio García Jr., Pablo Tellez
- Nena – Arcelio García Jr., Pablo Tellez, Abel Zarate
- Suavecito – Richard Bean, Pablo Tellez, Abel Zarate
- Peace – Arcelio Garcia Jr., Pablo Tellez, Ismael Versoza, Abel Zarate
In January 1972, “Columbia” label released “I’ve Found Someone of My Own”, the only Free Movement album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Michael Omartian, Bill Straw, Joe Porter and Toxey French.
- Adrian Jefferson, Cheryl Conley, Claude Jefferson, Godoy Colbert, Jennifer Gates, Josephine Brown – vocals
- Ben Benay, Jerry McGhee – guitar
- Jerry Scheff, Bobby West – bass
- Gene Pello – drums
- Milt Holland, Victor Feldman– percussion
- Bobbye Hall, King Erison – congas
- Bill Straw – executive producer
- Michael Omartian– arranger, piano
- Toxey French, Jimmie Haskell– arranger
All tracks by Frank F. Robinson except where noted.
- I’ve Found Someone of My Own
- Land Where I Live – Hilton, William Flemister
- Son of the Zulu King – Chick Carlton
- If Only You Believe – Brian Potter, Dennis Lambert
- Love the One You’re With – Stephen Stills
- The Harder I Try (The Bluer I Get)
- Comin’ Home
- I Know I Could Love You Better (The Second Time Around) – Bobby Arvon
- Your Love Has Grown Cold – Michael Omartian
- Could You Believe in a Dream – Al Jarreau
- Where Do We Go from Here – Mike Settle
In January 1972, “Spindizzy” label released “1+1”, the second Grin album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Wally Heider Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by David Briggs.
- Nils Lofgren– vocals, guitars, keyboards
- Bob Berberich – vocals, drums
- Bob Gordon – vocals, bass
- Graham Nash– vocals
- David Blumberg – orchestration
- Ed Caraeff – photography
- Wayne Kimbell – design
All tracks by Nils Lofgren.
- White Lies
- Please Don’t Hide
- Slippery Fingers
- Moon Tears
- End Unkind
- Lost a Number
- Hi, Hello Home
- Just a Poem
- Soft Fun
On December 13, 1971, “Apple” label released “Straight Up”, the third Badfinger album. It was recorded May – October 1971, at “Abbey Road Studios”, “AIR Studios” and “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Todd Rundgren and George Harrison.
- Pete Ham– lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitars, piano, organ, harmonica
- Tom Evans– lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, twelve string guitar
- Joey Molland– lead and backing vocals, rhythm and lead guitar
- Mike Gibbins– drums, percussion
- George Harrison– slide guitar, guitar
- Leon Russell– piano, guitar
- Bobby Diebold – bass guitar
- Klaus Voormann– electric piano
- Bill Collins – accordion
- Gene Mahon – design
- Richard DiLello– design, photography
- Peter Mew, Mike Jarratt – engineer
- Marcia McGovern – pre-production director
- Roberta Ballard – production manager
- Take It All – Pete Ham
- Baby Blue – Pete Ham
- Money – Tom Evans
- Flying – Tom Evans, Joey Molland
- I’d Die Babe – Joey Molland
- Name of the Game – Pete Ham
- Suitcase – Joey Molland
- Sweet Tuesday Morning – Jeoy Molland
- Day After Day – Pete Ham
- Sometimes – Joey Molland
- Perfection – Pete Ham
- It’s Over – Tom Evans