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In October 1971.

In October 1971, “Elektra” label released “Frisco Mable Joy”, the third Mickey Newbury album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Cinderella Studios” in Tennessee, and was produced by Dennis Linde, Owsley Manier and Robert Rosemurgy.

Personnel:

  • Mickey Newbury– guitar, lead vocals
  • Dennis Linde– guitar, background vocals
  • Charlie McCoy– guitar, harmonica
  • Bobby Thompson – banjo, guitar
  • Wayne Moss– guitar
  • Weldon Myrick – steel guitar
  • Beegie Adair– keyboards
  • Jimmy Capps – guitar
  • Jim Isbell – drums
  • Buddy Spicher– drums
  • Farrell Morris – percussion
  • Bob Beckham
  • John Harris
  • John Moss
  • Charles Navarro
  • Walker Sill
  • Recording engineer – Wayne Linde, Wayne Moss
  • Art direction, photography – Robert L. Heimall

Track listing:

All tracks by Mickey Newbury,except where noted.

  1. An American Trilogy – traditional, Mickey Newbury
  2. How Many Times (Must the Piper Be Paid for His Song)
  3. Interlude
  4. The Future’s Not What It Used to Be
  5. Mobile Blue
  6. Frisco Depot
  7. You’re Not My Same Sweet Baby
  8. Interlude
  9. Remember the Good
  10. Swiss Cottage Place
  11. How I Love Them Old Songs
  12. San Francisco Mabel Joy

 

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Vanguard” label released “Blessed Are…”, the thirteen Joan Baez studio album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Quadrafonic Sound Studios” in Nashville, Tennessee, and was produced by Norbert Putnam and Jack Lothrop

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – guitar, vocals
  • Norman Blake– dobro, guitar
  • David Briggs– keyboards
  • Kenneth A. Buttrey–drums
  • The Holladay – singers
  • Ed Logan – tenor saxophone
  • Charlie McCoy– harmonica
  • Norbert Putnam– bass, arranger
  • Buddy Spicher– violin
  • Pete Wade – guitar
  • Gene Eichelberger – engineer
  • Dave Harris – artwork
  • Jim Marshall– photography
  • Jobriath– design

Track listing:

All tracks by Joan Baez; except where noted.

  1. Blessed Are…
  2. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down – Robbie Robertson
  3. Salt of the Earth – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  4. Three Horses
  5. The Brand New Tennessee Waltz – Jesse Winchester
  6. Last, Lonely and Wretched
  7. Lincoln Freed Me Today (The Slave) – David Paton
  8. Outside the Nashville City Limits
  9. San Francisco Mabel Joy – Mickey Newbury
  10. When Time Is Stolen
  11. Heaven Help Us All – Ronald Miller
  12. Angeline – Mickey Newbury
  13. Help Me Make It Through the Night – Kris Kristofferson
  14. Let It Be – John Lennon, Paul McCartney
  15. Put Your Hand in the Hand – Gene MacLellan
  16. Gabriel and Me
  17. Milanese Waltz/Marie Flore
  18. The Hitchhikers’ Song
  19. The 33rd of August – Mickey Newbury
  20. Fifteen Months

In June 1981.

In June 1981, “Columbia” label released “I’ve Got Something to Say”, the fifteen  David Allan Coe. It was recorded in 1976 at Columbia Studios, Pete’s Place in Nashville, and was produced by Billy Sherrill.

Personnel:

  • David Allan Coe, Guy Clark, Bill Anderson, Dickey Betts, Kris Kristofferson, Larry Jon Wilson, George Jones– vocals
  • Reggie Young, Ken Bell, Dick Betts, Boomer Castleman – guitar
  • Pete Drake, Dale Seigfreid – steel guitar
  • Henry Strzelecki, Ron Bledsoe, Ralph Ezell – bass
  • Kenny Malone, Owen Hale – drums
  • Buddy Spicher– fiddle
  • Steve Nathan, Chalmer Davis – piano, keyboards
  • Jimmy English – banjo

Track listing:

Alltracks by David Allan Coe except where noted.

  1. I’ve Got Something to Say
  2. Back to Atlanta
  3. I Could Never Give You Up (For Someone Else)
  4. Take It Easy Rider
  5. The Great Nashville Railroad Disaster (A True Story) – Bobby Braddock, Rafe VanHoy
  6. Hank Williams Junior-Junior – Dickey Betts, Bonnie Bramlett
  7. Get a Little Dirt on Your Hands – Bill Anderson
  8. If You’ll Hold the Ladder (I’ll Climb to the Top) – Buzz Rabin, Sara Busby
  9. This Bottle (In My Hand)
  10. Take This Job and Shove It Too
  11. Lovin’ You Comes So Natural – David Allan Coe, Curtis Buck, Jimmy Lancaster

 

In May 1985.

In May 1985, “Warner Bros” label released “The Ballad of Sally Rose”, the eleventh Emmylou Harris studio album. It was recorded in 1985, and was produced by Paul Kennerley and Emmylou Harris.

Personnel:

  • Emmylou Harris – lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar
  • Barry Tashian – acoustic guitar
  • Paul Kennerley- acoustic and electric guitar
  • Bobby Thompson – acoustic guitar, banjo
  • Hank DeVito – acoustic, electric and pedal steel, dobro
  • Waylon Jennings- electric guitar
  • Phillip Donelly – electric slide guitar
  • Albert Lee- acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin
  • Ray Flacke – electric guitar
  • Vince Gill- electric guitar, backing vocals
  • Emory Gordy, Jr.- acoustic guitar, bass, string arrangements
  • John Jarvis – keyboards
  • Shane Keister- keyboards
  • Bessyl Duhon – accordion
  • Steve Cash – harmonica
  • Gary Scruggs – harmonica
  • Buddy Spicher- giddle
  • Russ Kunkel- drums
  • Larrie Londin- drums, percussion
  • Tom Roady – percussion
  • Barbara Cowart, Gail Davies, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton- backing vocals
  • Donivan Cowart – engineer
  • Tom Harding, Keith Odle – second engineer

Track list:

All tracks by Emmylou Harris and Paul Kennerley, except where noted.

  1. The Ballad of Sally Rose
  2. Rhythm Guitar
  3. I Think I Love Him/You Are My Flower – Emmylou Harris, P. Carter
  4. Heart to Heart
  5. Woman Walk the Line
  6. Bad News
  7. Timberline
  8. Long Tall Sally Rose
  9. White Line
  10. Diamond in My Crown
  11. The Sweetheart of the Rodeo
  12. K-S-O-S medley: Ring of Fire/Wildwood Flower/Six Days on the Road – Emmylou Harris, Paul Kennerley, June Carter, Merle Kilgore, A.P. Carter, Earl Greene, Carl Montgomery
  13. Sweet Chariot

In May 1969.

In May 1969, “Vanguard” label released “David’s Album”, the eleventh Joan Baez album. It was recorded in September 1968, at “CBS Studios: in Nashville, and was produced by Maynard Solomon.

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar
  • Fred Carter, Jr.– mandolin
  • Pete Drake– pedal steel guitar
  • Johnny Gimble– fiddle
  • Roy Huskey, Jr.– bass
  • Tommy Jackson– fiddle
  • Jerry Kennedy– guitar
  • Jerry Reed– guitar
  • Harold Bradley– guitar, dobro
  • Hargus “Pig” Robbins– piano
  • Harold Rugg – guitar, dobro
  • Grady Martin– guitar
  • Buddy Spicher– fiddle
  • Norbert Putnam– bass
  • Kenny Buttrey– drums

Track listing:

  1. If I Knew – Nina Dusheck, Pauline Marden
  2. Rock Salt and Nails – Bruce Utah Phillips
  3. Glad Bluebird of Happiness – Darryl Skrabak
  4. Green, Green Grass of Home – Curly Putman
  5. Will the Circle be Unbroken – traditional
  6. The Tramp on the Street – traditional
  7. Poor Wayfaring Stranger – Traditional
  8. Just a Closer Walk With Thee – Traditional
  9. Hickory Wind – Gram Parsons, Bob Buchanan
  10. My Home’s Across the Blue Ridge Mountains – P. Carter, Tom Ashley

 

In April 1971.

In April 1971, “Reprise” label released “City of Gold”, the fifth Pearls Before Swine album. It was recorded in 1970 in New York and Nashville, and was produced by Tom Rapp.

Personnel:

  • Tom Rapp: vocals, guitar
  • Elisabeth Rapp: vocals
  • David Noyes: vocals
  • Charlie McCoy: dobro, guitar, bass, harmonica
  • Norbert Putnam: bass
  • Kenneth Buttrey: drums
  • Buddy Spicher: violin, cello, viola
  • Mac Gayden: guitars
  • David Briggs: piano, harpsichord
  • John Duke: oboe, flute
  • Hutch Davie: keyboard
  • Bill Pippin: oboe, flute
  • Ed Thrasher – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Sonnet #65 – Shakespeare, Tom Rapp
  2. Once Upon A Time – Tom Rapp
  3. Raindrops – Tom Rapp
  4. City Of Gold – Tom Rapp
  5. Nancy – Cohen
  6. Seasons In The Sun – Jacque Brel, McKuen
  7. My Father – Collins
  8. The Man – Tom Rapp
  9. Casablanca – Tom Rapp
  10. Wedding – Tom Rapp
  11. Did You Dream Of – Tom Rapp

On January 2, 1971.

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On January 2, 1971, “RCA” label released “Elvis Country (I’m 10,000 Years Old)”, the eleventh Elvis Presley studio album. It was recorded June – September 1970, at “RCA Studio B” in Nashville, and was produced by Felton Jarvis.

Personnel:

  • Elvis Presley– vocals, guitar
  • James Burton– guitar
  • Chip Young – guitar
  • Eddie Hinton– guitar
  • Harold Bradley– guitar
  • Weldon Myrick – pedal steel guitar
  • Bobby Thompson – banjo
  • Buddy Spicher– fiddle
  • David Briggs– keyboards
  • Norbert Putnam– bass
  • Jerry Carrigan– drums
  • Farrell Morris – percussion
  • The Imperials Quartet– backing vocals
  • The Jordanaires– backing vocals
  • Joe Babcock – backing vocals
  • Millie Kirkham– backing vocals
  • Mary Holladay – backing vocals
  • Ginger Holladay – backing vocals
  • June Page – backing vocals
  • Sonja Montgomery – backing vocals
  • Dolores Edgin – backing vocals
  • Mary Greene – backing vocals
  • Temple Riser – backing vocals
  • Cam Mullins – string arrangements
  • Don Tweedy – string arrangements
  • Bergen White – horn arrangements

Track listing:

  1. Snowbird – Gene MacLellan
  2. Tomorrow Never Comes – Johnny Bond, Ernest Tubb
  3. Little Cabin on the Hill – Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt
  4. Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On – Dave “Curly” Williams, Sunny David
  5. Funny How Time Slips – Willie Nelson
  6. I Really Don’t Want to Know – Howard Barnes, Don Robertson
  7. There Goes My Everything – Dallas Frazier
  8. It’s Your Baby, You Rock It – Shirl Milete, Nora Fowler
  9. The Fool – Naomi Ford, Lee Hazlewood
  10. Faded Love – Bob Wills, Johnnie Lee Wills
  11. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water – Joe Babcock
  12. Make the World Go Away – Hank Cochran

In December 1968.

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In December 1968, “Vanguard” label released “Any Day Now”, the tenth Joan Baez  album. The double LP contained exclusively Bob Dylan songs was recorded September in 1968, at “CBS Studios” in Nashville, and was produced by Maynard Solomon.

Personnel:

  • Joan Baez – vocals, guitar
  • Stephen Stills– guitar
  • Harold Rugg – guitar, dobro
  • Grady Martin– guitar
  • Pete Drake– pedal steel guitar
  • Jerry Kennedy– guitar
  • Jerry Reed– guitar
  • Harold Bradley– guitar, dobro
  • Hargus “Pig” Robbins– piano
  • Fred Carter– mandolin
  • Johnny Gimble– fiddle
  • Tommy Jackson– fiddle
  • Buddy Spicher– fiddle
  • Roy Huskey, Jr.– bass
  • Norbert Putnam– bass
  • Kenny Buttrey– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Dylan, except where noted.

  1. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
  2. North Country Blues
  3. You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere
  4. Drifter’s Escape
  5. I Pity the Poor Immigrant
  6. Tears of Rage – Bob Dylan, Richard Manuel
  7. Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
  8. Love Is Just a Four-Letter Word
  9. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine
  10. Walls of Red Wing
  11. Dear Landlord
  12. One Too Many Mornings
  13. I Shall Be Released
  14. Boots of Spanish Leather
  15. Walkin’ Down the Line
  16. Restless Farewell”

 

On May 7, 1975.

Today

On May 7, 1975, RCA” label released “Today”, album by Elvis Presley. It was recorded March 10–12, 1975, at “RCA Studio C” in Hollywood, and was produced by Felton Jarvis. At the time of the recording, Elvis was 40 years old, and this was his last recording in studio.

Personnel:

  • Elvis Presley – lead vocals
  • James Burton- guitar
  • David Briggs- keyboards
  • Buddy Spicher- fiddle
  • Chip Young – guitar
  • Millie Kirkham- background vocals
  • Johnny Christopher – guitar
  • Weldon Myrick – steel guitar
  • Norbert Putnam- bass
  • Mike Leech – bass
  • Charlie Hodge- guitar, harmony vocals
  • Glen Hardin- keyboards
  • Jimmy Gordon – keyboards
  • Lea Berinati – background vocals
  • Mary Holladay – background vocals
  • Tony Brown- keyboards
  • Ginger Holladay – background vocals
  • Duke Bardwell – bass
  • Ronnie Tutt- drums

Track listing:

  1. T-R-O-U-B-L-E – Jerry Chesnut
  2. And I Love You So – Don McLean
  3. Susan When She Tried – Don Reid
  4. Woman Without Love – Jerry Chesnut
  5. Shake a Hand – Joe Morris
  6. Pieces of My Life – Troy Seals
  7. Fairytale – Bonnie
  8. I Can Help – Billy Swan
  9. Bringing it Back – Greg Gordon
  10. Green, Green Grass of Home – Curly Putman