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On January 15, 1968.

On January 15, 1968, “Columbia” label released “From Sea to Shining Sea”, the 26th Johnny Cash album. It was recorded March – April 1967, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – vocals, guitar
  • Carl Perkins – guitar 
  • Luther Perkins – guitar
  • Bob Johnson – guitar, banjo, dobro
  • Norman Blake – dobro
  • Charlie McCoy – harmonica
  • Marshall Grant – bass
  • W.S. Holland – drums
  • The Carter Family – background vocals
  • Charlie Bragg – engineer
  • Jerry Watson – engineer
  • Bob Cato – cover photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Johnny Cash.

  1. From Sea to Shining Sea
  2. The Whirl and the Suck
  3. Call daddy from the Mines
  4. The Frozen Four-Hundred-Pound Fair-to-Middlin’ Cotton Picker
  5. The Walls of a Prison
  6. The Masterpiece
  7. You and Tennessee
  8. Another Song to Sing
  9. The Flint Arrowhead
  10. Cisco Cliffton’s Filling Station
  11. Shrimpin’ Sailin’
  12. From Sea to Shining Sea (Finale)

In February 1963.

In February 1963, “Columbia” label released “Blood, Sweat and Tears”, the fifteenth Johnny Cash album. It was recorded June – August 1962, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – guitar , vocals
  • The Carter Family- background vocals
  • Luther Perkins- guitar
  • Bob Johnson – guitar, banjo
  • Marshall Grant- bass
  • S. Holland- drums
  • Maybelle Carter- autoharp
  • Bill Pursell– piano
  • Frank Bez – photography

Track listing:

  1. The Legend of John Henry’s Hammer – Johnny Cash, June Carter
  2. Tell Him I’m Gone – Johnny Cash
  3. Another Man Done Gone – Vera Hall, Alan Lomax, John Lomax, Ruby Tartt, Johnny Cash
  4. Busted – Harlan Howard
  5. Casey Jones – traditional, arranged by Johnny Cash
  6. Nine Pound Hammer – Merle Travis
  7. Chain Gang – Harlan Howard
  8. Waiting for a Train – Jimmie Rodgers
  9. Roughneck – Sheb Wooley

In October 1975.

In October 1875, “Chrysalis” label released “All Around My Hat”, the eighth Steeleye Span album. It was recorded in July 1975, at “Air Studios” in London and was produced by Mike Batt. The album design was by John ‘Connor.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- guitar, vocals, dulcimer
  • Bob Johnson- guitar, vocals
  • Rick Kemp- bass guitar, vocals
  • Peter Knight- violin, vocals, mandolin
  • Nigel Pegrum- drums, flute

Track listing:

  1. Black Jack Davy
  2. Hard Times of Old England
  3. Cadgwith Anthem
  4. Sum Waves
  5. The Wife of Ushers Well
  6. Gamble Gold (Robin Hood)
  7. All Around My Hat
  8. Dance With Me
  9. Batchelors Hall

In September 1972.

In September 1972, “Chrysalis” label released “Below the Salt”, the fourth Steeleye Span studio album. It was recorded May – June 1972, at “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by Jerry Boys, Maddy Prior, Tim Hart, Peter Knight, Rick Kemp and Bob Johnson.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- vocals, appalachian dulcimer, guitar
  • Peter Knight- violin, viola, mandolin, banjo, piano, vocals
  • Rick Kemp- bass, drum, vocals
  • Bob Johnson- guitar, vocals

Track listing:

All tracks are traditional, adapted by Maddy Prior, Tim Hart, Peter Knight, Rick Kemp and Bob Johnson.

  1. Spotted Cow
  2. Rosebud in June
  3. Jigs: The Bride’s Favourite/Tansey’s Fancy
  4. Sheep-crook and Black Dog
  5. Royal Forester
  6. King Henry
  7. Gaudete
  8. John Barleycorn
  9. Saucy Sailor

In June 1977.

In June 1977, “Chrysalis” label released “Full House”, the fourth Frankie Miller studio album. It was recorded in 1976, and was produced by Chris Thomas.

Personnel:

  • Frankie Miller – vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Ray Minhinnet – lead guitar
  • Chrissy Stewart – bass guitar
  • Jim Hall – piano, organ
  • Graham Deakin– drums
  • Chris Spedding– guitar
  • Rabbit, Gary Brooker– keyboards
  • The Memphis Horns- horn section
  • Engineered bySteve Nye
  • Assisted by Nigel Walker
  • Orchestral arrangements by Peter Knight

Track listing:

All tracks by Frankie Miller; except where noted.

  1. Be Good to Yourself – Andy Fraser
  2. The Doodle Song
  3. Jealous Guy – John Lennon
  4. Searching – Peter Knight,Bob Johnson
  5. Love Letters – Edward Heyman,Victor Young
  6. Take Good Care of Yourself – Jimmy Doris
  7. Down the Honky Tonk
  8. This Love of Mine – Frankie Miller,Robin Trower
  9. Let the Candlelight Shine
  10. (I’ll Never) Live in Vain

In May 1966.

In May 1966, “Columbia” label released “Everybody Loves a Nut”, the 23rd Johnny Cash. It was recorded March 1965-January 1966, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones. The album cover was by Jack Davis.The album features number of humorous novelty songs.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – vocals, guitar, harmonica
  • Luther Perkins, Norman Blake- guitar
  • Bob Johnson – guitar, flute, banjo
  • Marshall Grant- bass
  • S. Holland- drums
  • Bill Pursell- piano
  • Jack Elliott- yodel
  • The Carter Family, The Statler Brothers- background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Everybody Loves a Nut – Jack Clement
  2. The One on the Right Is on the Left – Jack Clement
  3. A Cup of Coffee – Jack Elliot
  4. The Bug That Tried to Crawl Around the World – Jr Hall, Johnny Cash
  5. The Singing Star’s Queen – Jackson King, Bill Mack
  6. Austin Prison – Johnny Cash
  7. Dirty Old Egg Sucking Dog – Jack Clement
  8. Take Me Home – Jack Clement, Allen Reynolds
  9. Please Don’t Play Red River Valley – Johnny Cash
  10. Boa Constrictor – Shel Silbersten
  11. Joe Bean – Bud Freeman, Leon Pober

In May 1964.

In May 1964, “Columbia” label released “I Walk the Line”, the nineteenth Johnny Cash studio album. It was recorded June 1963-March 1964, and was produced by Don Law and Frank Jones.

Personnel:

  • Johnny Cash – vocals, guitar
  • Luther Perkins- lead guitar
  • Norman Blake- acoustic guitar, dobro
  • Bob Johnson, Jack Clement- rhythm guitar
  • Marshall Grant- bass
  • S. Holland- drums
  • Bill Pursell- piano
  • Don Helms- steel guitar
  • Karl Garvin, Bill McElhiney- trumpet
  • Rufus Long – flute
  • The Carter Family- background vocals
  • Lee Friedlander – cover photography

Track listing:

  1. I Walk the Line – Johnny Cash
  2. Bad News – John D. Loudermilk
  3. Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
  4. Give My Love to Rose – Johnny Cash
  5. Hey Porter – Johnny Cash
  6. I Still Miss Someone – Johnny Cash, Roy Cash
  7. Understand Your Man – Johnny Cash
  8. Wreck of the Old 97’ – Johnny Cash, Bob Johnson, Norman Blake
  9. Still in Town – Harlan Howard, Hank Cochran
  10. Big River – Johnny Cash
  11. Goodbye Little Darlin’ Goodbye – Gene Autry, Johnny Marvin
  12. Troublesome Waters – Maybelle Carter, Dixie Dean

 

In April 1973.

In April 1973, “Chrysalis” label released “Parcel of Rogues”, the fifth Steeleye Span studio album. It was recorded January-February, at “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by Jerry Boys, Maddy Prior, Tim Hart, Bob Johnson, Rick Kemp and Peter Knight.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- vocals, guitar, appalachian dulcimer
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, guitar
  • Rick Kemp- bass guitar, drums
  • Peter Knight- violin, viola, mandolin, piano, recorder, harmonium

Track listing:

  1. One Misty Moisty Morning – traditional
  2. Alison Gross – traditional
  3. The Bold Poachers – traditional
  4. The Ups And Downs – traditional
  5. Robbery with Violins – traditional
  6. The Wee Wee Man – traditional
  7. The Weaver and The Factory Maid – traditional
  8. Rogues in a Nation – Robert Burns
  9. Cam Ye O’er Frae France –traditional
  10. Hares on The Mountain – traditional

 

In March 1974.

In March 1974, “Chrysalis” label released “Now We Are Six”,the sixth Steeleye Span album. It was recorded December 1973-January 1974, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Ian Anderson.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric dulcimer, banjo
  • Peter Knight- vocals, violin, mandolin, tenor banjo, acoustic guitar, piano
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer
  • Rick Kemp- vocals, bass guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Nigel Pegrum- drums, tambourine, oboe, recorder, flute, synthesizer
  • David Bowie- alto sax

Track listing:

  1. Seven Hundred Elves
  2. Edwin – traditional
  3. Drink Down the Moon – traditional
  4. Now We Are Six – traditonal
  5. Thomas the Rhymer – traditional
  6. The Mooncoin Jig – traditional
  7. Long-a-Growing – traditional
  8. Two Magicians – traditional
  9. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – traditional
  10. To Know Him Is To Love Him – Phil Spector

In January 1975.

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In January 1975, “Chrysalis” label released “Commoners Crown”, the seventh  Steeleye Span album. It was recorded September-October 1974, at “Morgan Studios” in London, and was produced by Steely Span and Robin Black.

Personnel:

  • Maddy Prior- vocals
  • Tim Hart- vocals, guitar, appalachian dulcimer
  • Bob Johnson- vocals, guitar
  • Rick Kemp- bass guitar, drums
  • Peter Knight- violin
  • Nigel Pegrum- drums, flute
  • Peter Sellers- ukulele

Track listing:

  1. Little Sir Hugh – traditional
  2. Bach Goes To Limerick – Tim THart, Bob Johnson, Rick Kemp,  Peter Knight, Nigel Pegrum, Maddy Prior
  3. Long Lankin – traditional
  4. Dogs and Ferrets -traditional
  5. Galtee Farmer – traditional
  6. Demon Lover – traditional
  7. Elf Call – traditional
  8. Weary Cutters – traditiona
  9. New York Girls – traditional