On June 4, 1973, “Dunhill” label released “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean”, the third Jimmy Buffett studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Glaser Sound” in Nashville, TN, and was produced by Don Gant.
Jimmy Buffett – lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar
On June 2, 1972, “Deram” label released “Space Shanty”, the only Khan album. It was recorded December 1971 – March 1972, at “Command Studios”, “Olympic Studios” and “Tollington Park Studios” in London, and was produced by Neil Slaven.
Steve Hillage – vocals, guitars
Dave Stewart – organ, piano, celesta, marimbas
Nick Greenwood – bass guitar
Eric Peachey – drums
Pete Booth – engineer
George Chkiantz – engineer
Dave Grinstead – remixing
Derek Varnals – engineer, remixing
David Anstey – sleeve design
All tracks by Steve Hillage, except where noted.
Space Shanty (Including The Cobalt Sequence and March of the Sine Squadrons)
In May 1973, “Harvest” label released “Oora”, the fifth Edgar Broughton Band (The) album. It was recorded June – December 1972, at “Olympic Studios” and “Morgan Studios” in London, “The Manor Studios” in Shipton-on-Cherwell, UK, and was produced by Edgar Broughton, Arthur Grant, Steve Broughton and Victor Unitt.
Edgar Broughton – lead vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Victor Unitt – lead and backing vocals, electric andf Spanish guitar, piano
Arthur Grant – bass guitar, guitar
Steve Broughton – vocals, drums, percussion, guitars, tubular bells, tambourine
David Bedford – piano
Madeline Bell – backing vocals
Doris Troy – backing vocals
Lisa Strike – backing vocals
Maggie Thomas – backing vocals
All tracks by Edgar Broughton, except where noted.
Hurricane Man / Rock ‘n’ Roller
Eviction – Steve Broughton
Oh You Crazy Boy! – Victor Unitt
Things on My Mind – Steve Broughton
Exhibits from a New Museum / Green Lights
Face from a Window / Pretty / Hi-Jack Boogie / Slow Down – Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt
Capers – Edgar Broughton, Steve Broughton, Arthur Grant, Victor Unitt
In May 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Everything Stops for Tea”, the seventh John Baldry album. It was recorded January – February 1972, at “I.B.C.” and “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Elton John and Rod Stewart.
John Baldry – vocals, guitar
Elton John – piano, backing vocals
Rod Stewart – banjo, backing vocals
Madeline Bell – vocals
Doris Troy – vocals
Liza Strike – vocals
Barry St. John – vocals
James Litherland – guitar
Bob Weston – guitar
Davey Johnstone – guitar
Sam Mitchell – steel guitar
Ian Armit – keyboards
Jimmy Horowitz – keyboards
Stefan Delft – viola
Richard Brown – bass guitar
Bill Smith – bass guitar
John Porter – bass guitar
Klaus Voormann – bass
John Dentith – drums
Nigel Olsson – drums
Terry Stannard – drums
Micky Waller – percussion
Ray Cooper – percussion
Ronnie Wood – cover drawing
Intro: Come Back Again – Ross Wilson
Seventh Son – Willie Dixon
Wild Mountain Thyme – traditional; arranged by John Baldry, Davey Johnstone
Iko Iko – Sharon Jones, Jesse Thomas, Joe Jones, Mary Lynn Jones
Jubilee Cloud – John Kongos, Peter Leroy
Everything Stops for Tea – Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler
You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover – Willie Dixon
On April 23, 1973, “Columbia” label released “The Tin Man Was a Dreamer”, the second Nicky Hopkins studio album. It was recorded in 1972 – 1973, at “Apple Studios” in London, “Wally Heider Studios” in Los Angeles, and was produced by David Briggs and Nicky Hopkins.
Nicky Hopkins – vocals, piano, organ
Chris Rae – acoustic guitar
Mike Egan – acoustic guitar
Mick Taylor – acoustic and electric guitars
Chris Spedding – electric guitar
George Harrison – electric guitar, slide guitar
Klaus Voormann – bass
Ray Cooper – congas, percussion
Prairie Prince – drums
Jerry Lynn Williams – vocals
Bobby Keys – saxophones
Jim Horn – saxophone
Jim Price – trumpet
Del Newman – string and brass arrangements
All tracks by Nicky Hopkins, except where noted.
Sundown in Mexico
Waiting for the Band
Dolly – Nicky Hopkins, Jerry Lynn Williams
Speed On – Nicky Hopkins, Jerry Lynn Williams
Banana Anna – Nicky Hopkins, Jerry Lynn Williams
Lawyer’s Lament – Nicky Hopkins, Jerry Lynn Williams
On March 2007, Luther Thomas Ingram died aged 69. He was singer and songwriter, best known for his song 1972 “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right”, and as composer of the Staple Singers classic “Respect Yourself”. Ingram released five albums.
On February 23, 2015, “Test Card Recordings” label released “The Race for Space”, the second Public Service Broadcasting studio album. It was recorded in 2014, at “Jacamar Studios”, “The Pool Studios” and “Abbey Road Studios”, and was produced by J Willgoose, Esq. and Wrigglesworth.
On February 16, 1972, “Bearsville” label released “Something/Anything?” the third Todd Rundgren album. It was recorded in 1971 at “I.D. Sound Studios” and “Runt Recorders” in Los Angeles, “The Record Plant” in New York City, “Bearsville Studios” in Woodstock, and was produced by Todd Rundgren.