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In June 1979.

In June 1979, “Polydor” label released “Underdog”, the eight Atlanta Rhythm Section album. It was recorded in 1979, and was produced by Buddy Buie.

Personnel:

  • Buddy Buie – lead and background vocals
  • Ronnie Hammond – vocals
  • Barry Bailey – acoustic and electric guitar
  • James B. Cobb – guitar, percussion, background vocals
  • Dean Daughtry – keyboards
  • Paul Goddard – bass guitar, double bass
  • Roy Yeager – drums, percussion
  • Robert Nix – drums, background vocals
  • Bob Ludwig, Rodney Mills – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Do It or Die – Buddy Buie, Ronnie Hammond
  2. Born Ready – Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  3. I Hate the Blues – Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  4. Let’s Go Get Stoned – Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson
  5. Indigo Passion – Buddy Buie, James B. Cobb
  6. While Time is Left – Barry Bailey, Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  7. It’s Only Music – Buddy Buie, James B. Cobb
  8. Spooky – Buddy Buie, James B. Cobb, Middlebrooks, Shapiro
  9. My Song – Buddy Buie, Ronnie Hammond

In January 1966.

In January 1966, “MGM” label released “The Orbison Way”, the eighth Roy Orbison album. It was recorded July – November 1965, and was produced by Wesley Rose and Jim Vienneau.

Personnel:

  • Roy Orbison – vocal
  • Barry Bailey – guitar
  • J.R. Cobb – guitar
  • Rodney Justo – vocal, backing vocals
  • Robert Nix – drums
  • Dean Daughtry – keyboards
  • Bill McElhiney – arranger
  • Bill Malloy – engineer
  • Val Valentin – director of engineering
  • Ace Lehman – cover design

Track listing:

All tracks by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees, except where noted.

  1. Crawling Back
  2. It Ain’t No Big Thing
  3. Time Changed Everything – Buddy Buie, John Rainey Adkins
  4. This is My Land – Bill Dees
  5. The Loner – Bill Dees, John Rainey Adkins
  6. Maybe
  7. Breakin’ Up Is Brekin’ My Heart
  8. Go Away
  9. A New Star
  10. Never
  11. It Wasn’t Long Ago – Barry Booth
  12. Why Hurt the One Who Loves You?

On February 9, 1980.

On February 9, 1980, “ZE” label released “Queen of Siam”, the debut Lydia Lunch album. It was recorded in 1979, at “Blank Tape Studios” in New York City, and was produced by Bob Blank and Lydia Lunch.

Personnel:

  • Lydia Lunch – vocals, guitar, piano, arrangements
  • Dougie Bowne – drums
  • Pat Irwin– backing vocals, instruments, arrangement
  • Robert Quine– guitar
  • Jack Ruby (George Scott III)– bass guitar
  • Billy Ver Planck – arrangements with Billy Ver Planck Orchestra
  • Bob Blank – mixing, recording
  • Michael Zilkha- executive producer
  • George DuBose – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Lydia Lunch, except where noted.

  1. Mechanical Flattery
  2. Gloomy Sunday – Sam M. Lewis, Rezső Seress
  3. Tied and Twist
  4. Spooky – Buddy Buie, James Cobb, Harry Middlebrooks, Jr., Mike Shapiro
  5. Los Banditos
  6. Atomic Bongos – Pat Irwin, Lydia Lunch
  7. Lady Scarface
  8. A Cruise to the Moon
  9. Carnival Fat Man
  10. Knives in the Drain – Grant, Lydia Lunch
  11. Blood of Tin

On June 24, 2004.

On June 24, 2003, “Blue Note” label released “Shades of Blue”, is a remix album by Madlib, on tracks from the archives of “Blue Note” label. It was recorded in 2003, at “The Bomb Shelter” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Madlib.

Personnel:

  • Madlib – beats, interpretation, remixing, turntables
  • Medaphoar – vocals
  • Bobby Hutcherson – vibraphone
  • Ahmad Miller – vibraphone
  • Dan Ubick – guitar
  • Morgan Adams III – organ
  • Joe McDuphrey – keyboards, organ, Fender Rhodes
  • Jeff Jank – bass, art direction, design
  • Malcolm Catto – drums
  • Otis Jackson, Jr. – drums
  • Yesterdays New Quintet
  • Dave Cooley – mastering
  • Gordon H. Jee – creative director
  • Zach Hochkeppel – product manager
  • Eli Wolf – executive producer
  • Peanut Butter Wolf – executive producer

Track listing:

  1. Introduction
  2. Slim’s Return – Monk Higgins
  3. Distant Land – Donald Byrd
  4. Mystic Bounce – Ronnie Foster
  5. Stormy – Buddy Buie/ James Cobb / James B. Cobb Jr.
  6. Blue Note Interlude
  7. Please Set Me Easy
  8. Funky Blue Note
  9. Alfred Lion Interlude
  10. Stepping Into Tomorrow – Larry Mizell
  11. Andrew Hill Break – Andrew Hill
  12. Montara – Bobby Hutcherson
  13. Song for My Father – Horace Silver
  14. Footprints – Wayne Shorter
  15. Peace / Dolphin Dance – Herbie Hancock, Horace Silver
  16. Outro

In August 1973.

In August 1973, “Columbia” label released “No Sweat”, the sixth Blood, Sweat & Tears studio album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City and “Trident Studios”in London, and was produced by Steve Tyrell.

  • Personnel:
    Jerry Fisher – vocals
  • Dave Bargeron- trombone, tuba, bass trombone, baritone horn, background vocals
  • Bobby Colomby- drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Jim Fielder- bass, background vocals
  • Lou Marini- woodwinds
  • Lew Soloff- trumpet
  • Tom Malone– trumpet, ARP, 12-String fiddle
  • Georg Wadenius– guitar, background vocals
  • Larry Willis– keyboards
  • Paul Buckmaster– synthesizer, ARP, horn arrangements, string arrangements, string conductor
  • David Hentschel– synthesizer, ARP
  • Steve Katz– guitar
  • Chuck Winfield – trumpet, flugelhorn, French horn
  • Jimmy Maelen, Frank Ricotti– percussion
  • Joshie Armstead, Valerie Simpson, Maretha Stewart – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Roller Coaster – Mark James
  2. Save Our Ship – Georg Wadenius, Cynthia Weil
  3. Django (An Excerpt) – John Lewis
  4. Rosemary – Randy Newman
  5. Song for John – Lou Marini
  6. Almost Sorry – Jeff Kent, Doug Lubahn
  7. Back Up Against the Wall – Buddy Buie, James Cobb
  8. Hip Pickles – Lou Marini
  9. My Old Lady – Georg Wadenius, Cynthia Weil
  10. Empty Pages – Jim Capaldi, Steve Winwood
  11. Mary Miles – Michael Rabon
  12. Inner Crisis – Larry Willis

 

On July 1, 1965.

On July 1, 1965, “MGM” label released “There Is Only One Roy Orbison”, the seventh Roy Orbison studio album. It was recorded in 1965, at “RCA Studios” in Nashville, and was produced by Wesley Rose and Jim Vienneau. The cover photography was by Fabry, and the cover design was by Joel Tanner.

Track listing:

  1. You Fool You – Roy Orbison, Joe Melson
  2. Two of a Kind – Bob Montgomery, Earl Sinks
  3. This Is Your Song – Dees
  4. I’m in a Blue, Blue Mood – Roy Orbison, Joe Melson
  5. If You Can’t Say Something Nice – Roy Orbison, Joe Melson, Ray Rush
  6. Claudette – Roy Orbison
  7. Afraid to Sleep – Buddy Buie, John Rainey Adkins
  8. Sugar and Honey- Roy Orbison, Dees
  9. Summer Love – Dees, Mathis
  10. Big as I Can Dream – Bob Montgomery
  11. Wondering – Roy Orbison, Dees

In May 1969.

In May 1969, “Josie” label released the debut, self-titled Meters album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn.

Personnel:

  • Art Neville– organ, keyboards, composer
  • Ziggy Modeliste– drums, composer
  • Leo Nocentelli– guitar, composer
  • George Porter Jr.– bass guitar, composer
  • Janie Gans – art supervisor
  • Jake Kennedy – liner notes

Track listing:

All tracks by Art Neville, Ziggy Modeliste, Leo Nocentelli and George Porter, Jr., except where noted.

  1. Cissy Strut
  2. Here Comes the Meter Man
  3. Cardova
  4. Live Wire
  5. Art
  6. Sophisticated Cissy
  7. Ease Back
  8. 6V6 LA
  9. Sehorn’s Farm
  10. Ann
  11. Stormy – Buddy Buie, R. Cobb
  12. Sing a Simple Song – Sly Stone

In March 1978.

In March 1978, “Polydor” label released “Champagne Jam” the seventh Atlanta Rhythm Section album. It was recorded 1977-1978, at “Studio One” in Doraville, Georgia, and was produced by Buddy Buie and Robert Nix.

Personnel:

  • Barry Bailey – electric guitar
  • Jo Jo Billingsley – vocals
  • Buddy Buie – vocals
  • R. Cobb – guitar, electric guitar, vocals
  • Dean Daughtry – keyboards
  • Paul Davis – vocals
  • Paul Goddard – bass guitar
  • Ronnie Hammond – vocals, background vocals
  • Robert Nix – drums, background vocals
  • Artimus Pyle- percussion
  • Engineer: Rodney Mills
  • Mixing: Rodney Mills
  • Mastering: Bob Ludwig & Rodney Mills at Masterdisk
  • Art direction: Mike McCarty
  • Design: Mike McCarty
  • Photography: Rick Diamond

Track listing:

  1. Large Time – Barry Bailey, Buddy Buie, Robert Nix
  2. I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight – Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  3. Normal Love – Buddy Buie, R. Cobb, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  4. Champagne Jam – Buddy Buie, R. Cobb, Robert Nix
  5. Imaginary Lover – Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  6. The Ballad of Lois Malone – Barry Bailey, Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  7. The Great Escape – Barry Bailey, Buddy Buie, Robert Nix
  8. Evileen – Buddy Buie, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  9. NITP – Dean Daughtry, Buddy Buie

 

In February 1973.

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In February 1973, “Decca” label released “Back Up Against the Wall”, the second Atlanta Rhythm Section album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Studio One” in Doraville, Georgia, and was produced by Buddy Buie. “Back Up Against the Wall” was the first album with Ronnie Hammond on lead vocals.

Personnel:

  1. Barry Bailey – guitar, electric guitar
  2. Randall Bramblett – piano
  3. R. Cobb – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, vocals, slide guitar
  4. Dean Daughtry – organ, piano, electric piano
  5. Paul Goddard – bass guitar
  6. Ronnie Hammond – piano, vocals
  7. Al Kooper- synthesizer, ARP
  8. Robert Nix – drums, vocals
  9. Billy Lee Riley – harmonica
  10. Engineers: Bobby Langford, Rodney Mills
  11. Mixing: Rodney Mills
  12. Arranger: Buddy Buie
  13. Mike McCarty: cover design, illustrations

Track listing:

  1. Wrong – Buddy Buie, J.R. Cobb
  2. Cold Turkey, Tenn.- Robert Nix
  3. Will I Live On? – Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix
  4. A Livin’ Lovin’ Wreck – Otis Blackwell
  5. Superman – Delaney Bramblett
  6. What You Gonna Do About It? – Buddy Buie, Ronnie Hammond
  7. Conversation – Buddy Buie, J.R. Cobb
  8. Redneck – Joe South
  9. Make Me Believe It – Buddy Buie, Ronnie Hammond, Robert Nix
  10. Back up Against the Wall – Buddy Buie, J.R. Cobb
  11. It Must Be Love – R. Cobb, Dean Daughtry, Robert Nix