In May 1969, “Marmalade” label released “Streetnoise”, the fourth Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger and the Trinity album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Advison Studios” in London, and was produced by Giorgio Gomelsky.
Brian “Auge” Auger – vocals, B-3 organ, piano, electric piano
Julie “Jools” Driscoll – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
David “Lobs” Ambrose – vocals, 4- and 6- string electric basses, acoustic guitar
Clive “Toli” Thacker – drums, percussion
sub-titled – How Good Would It Be To Feel Free
Tropic of Capricorn – Brian Auger
Czechoslovakia – Julie Driscoll
Take Me to the Water – Nina Simone
A Word About Colour – Julie Driscoll
sub-titled – Kiss Him Quick He Has To Part
Light My Fire – John Densmore, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, Jim Morrison
Indian Rope Man – Richie Havens, Joe Price, Mark Roth
When I Was a Young Girl – traditional; arranged by Julie Driscoll
The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In) – James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Galt MacDermot
LP side 3
sub-titled – Looking In The Eye Of The World
Ellis Island – Brian Auger
In Search of the Sun – Dave Ambrose
Finally Found You Out – Brian Auger
Looking in the Eye of the World – Brian Auger
LP side 4
sub-titled – Save The Country
Vauxhall to Lambeth Bridge – Julie Driscoll
All Blues – Miles Davis, Oscar Brown
I’ve Got Life – James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Galt MacDermot
On October 24, 1980, “Dindisc” label released “Organisation”, the second Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) album. It was recorded 1980, at “Ridge Farm Studio” Rusper”, and ;”Advision Studios” in West End, and was produced by OMD and Mike Howlett.”New Musical Express” magazine named “Organisation” as one of the 50 best albums of 1980.
Paul Humphreys– synthesizers, electronic organ, electronic and acoustic piano, rhythm programming, acoustic and electronic percussion and vocals
Andy McCluskey– synthesizer, bass guitar, electronic organ, treated acoustic piano, rhythm programming, acoustic and electronic percussion and vocals
Malcolm Holmes– drums and percussion
Enola Gay – Andy McCluskey
2nd Thought – Andy McCluskey
VCL XI – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
Motion and Heart – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
Statues – Andy McCluskey
The Misunderstanding – Paul Humphreys, Andy McCluskey
On September 21, 1973, “WWA” label label released “In a Glass House”, (“Vertigo” label distribution), the fifth Gentle Giant album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Advison Studios” in London, and was produced by Gentle Giant and Gary Martin.
Derek Shulman- lead vocals, alto saxophone, soprano saxophones, descant recorder
Gary Green- 12 string acoustic guitar, 6 string electric guitars , steel guitar, mandolin, tambourine, treble recorder
Kerry Minnear- lead and co-lead vocals, Moog, Hammond organ, piano, clavinet, electric piano, Thomas organ, clavichord, Mellotron, RMI 368 electra-piano, harpsichord, celesta, glockenspiel, marimba,vibraphone, tympani , cello, descant recorder
Ray Shulman- bass, acoustic guitar , violin, violins, electric violin, tambourine, backing vocals
John Weathers- drums, bass drum, cowbell
Arranged By Gentle Giant
Gary Martin – recording, engineer
All tracks by Derek Shulman, Ray Shulman and Kerry Minnear, except where noted.
On September 20, 1974, “Vertigo” label released “The Power and the Glory”, the sixth Gentle Giant album. It was recorded December 1973 – January 1974, at “Advision Studios” in London, and was produced by Gentle Giant.
Derek Shulman– lead vocals tenor saxophone
Kerry Minnear– Hammond organ, piano, Minimoog, Clavinet, electric piano, Mellotron, marimba, vibraphone, cello, lead vocas
Ray Shulman– bass, violin, electric violin, acoustic guitar, vocals
Gary Green– electric guitar, electric guitars, acoustic guitar, vocals
John Weathers– drums, tambourine, , sleigh bells, cymbals
All tracks by Kerry Minnear, Derek Shulman, and Ray Shulman, except where noted.
On September 3, 1971, “Reprise” label released “Future Games”, the fifth Fleetwood Mac studio album. It was recorded June–August 1971, at “Advision Studios” in London, and was produced by Fleetwood Mac. “Future games” was band’s first album with guitarist Bob Welch and the first to feature Christine McVie as a full member.
Danny Kirwan– guitar, vocals
Bob Welch– guitar, vocals
Christine McVie– keyboards, vocals
John McVie– bass guitar
Mick Fleetwood– drums, percussion
John Perfect – saxophone
Engineer: Martin Rushent
Sleeve design: John Pasche
Cover photo by Sally Jesse
Group photos by Edmund Shea
Woman of 1000 Years – Danny Kirwan
Morning Rain – Christine McVie
What a Shame – Bob Welch, Danny Kirwan, Christine McVie, John McVie,Mick Fleetwood
On July 16, 1971, “Vertigo” label released “Acquiring the Taste”, the second Gentle Giant studio album. It was recorded January–April 1971, at “Advision Studios” and “A.I.R. Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti.
Gary Green – 6-string electric guitar, electric guitars, 12 string electric guitar, 12 string electric wah-wah guitar, mandolin , bass , donkey’s jawbone , cat calls , voice
Kerry Minnear – Minimoog , piano , Hammond organ , Mellotron, harpsichord, electric piano, celeste , clavichord , xylophone, vibraphone, tympani, cello, maracas, tambourine, lead vocals, vocals
Derek Shulman – alto saxophone, clavichord, cowbell, lead vocals
Phil Shulman – clarinet, trumpet, alto & tenor saxophone, piano, claves, maracas, lead vocals, vocals
Ray Shulman – bass, violin, violins, viola, electric violin, Spanish guitar, 12 string guitars , tambourine, skulls, organ bass pedals, vocals
Martin Smith – drums, tambourine, gong, side drum
Paul Cosh – trumpet, organ
All tracks by Kerry Minnear, Derek Shulman, Phil Shulman, and Ray Shulman.
On July 5, 1968, “Regal Zonophone” label released “My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair… But Now They’re Content to Wear Stars on Their Brows”, the Tyrannosaurus Rex debut album. It was recorded 1967 – 1968 at “Advision Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti.
Marc Bolan – vocals, guitars
Steve Peregrin Took- backing vocals, drums, pixiphone, percussion
John Peel – read a children’s story written by Marc Bolan
On April 14, 1972, “Vertigo” label released “Three Friends”, the third Gentle Giant album. It was recorded in December 1971, at “Advison Studios” and “Command Studios” in London, and was produced by Gentle Giant.
Kerry Minnear – vocals, Hammond organ, piano, electric piano, Mellotron, Minimoog, Clavinet, Baldwin Spinet electric harpsishord, Vibraphone, bongos, triangle