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On May 8, 2020.

On May 8, 2020, “Shelter Press” label released “Yeo-Neun”, the eighth Okkyung Lee studio album. It was recorded in 2020, at “Second Story Sound” in New York City, and was produced by Okkyung Lee.

Personnel:

  • Okkyung Lee – cello
  • Jacob Sacks – piano
  • Maeve Gilchrist – harp
  • Eivind Opsvik – bass
  • Jeff Cook – recording, mixing
  • Rashad Becker – mastering
  • Ron Jude – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Okkyung Lee.

  1. Here We Are (Once Again)
  2. The Yellow Porcelain Bird
  3. Another Old Story
  4. In Stardust
  5. Eternally
  6. Uiro (Up and Up and Up)
  7. The Longest Morning
  8. One Bright Lazy Sunday Afternoon (You Whispered That Name)
  9. Then, There

On November 17, 1975.

On November 17, 1975, “Nemperor Records” label released “Teaser”, the debut Tommy Bolin album. It was recorded in July 1975 at “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles, “Electric Lady Studios” in New York City, “Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Tommy Bolin and Lee Kiefer.

Personnel:

  • Tommy Bolin – lead vocals, guitar
  • Stanley Sheldon – bass
  • Paul Stallworth – bass
  • Dave Foster – piano, synthesizer
  • Jan Hammer – synthesizer, drums
  • Ron Fransen – piano
  • David Sanborn – saxophone
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums
  • Prairie Prince – drums
  • Michael Walden – drums
  • Bobbie Berge – drums
  • Phil Collins – percussion
  • Sammy Figueroa – percussion
  • Rafael Cruz – percussion
  • Dave Brown – background vocals
  • Lee Kiefer – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. The Grind – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook, Stanley Sheldon, John Tesar
  2. Homeward Strut – Tommy Bolin
  3. Dreamer – Jeff Cook
  4. Savannah Woman – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  5. Teaser – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  6. People, People – Tommy Bolin
  7. Marching Powder – Tommy Bolin
  8. Wild Dogs –  Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  9. Lotus – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar

In September 1976.

In September 1976, “Columbia” label released “Private Eyes”, the second and the last Tommy Bolin album. It was recorded in June 1976, at “Cherokee Studios” in Los Angeles,and ”Trident Studios” in London, and was produced by Dennis MacKay and Tommy Bolin.

Personnel:

  • Tommy Bolin – vocals, guitars, keyboards, piano
  • Reggie McBride – vocals, bass
  • Mark Stein – vocals, keyboards
  • Norma Jean Bell – vocals, percussion, saxophone
  • Carmine Appice– drums
  • Bobby Berge – drums, percussion
  • Bobbye Hall– percussion
  • Del Newman – string arrangements
  • Thomas La Tonore, Stephen W Tayler – engineer
  • Jimmy Wachtel – design

Track listing:

  1. Bustin’ Out for Rosey – Tommy Bolin
  2. Sweet Burgundy – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  3. Post Toastee – Tommy Bolin
  4. Shake the Devil – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  5. Gypsy Soul – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  6. Someday We’ll Bring Our Love Home – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  7. Hello, Again – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  8. You Told Me That You Loved Me –Tommy Bolin

On September 1, 1973.

On September 1, 1973, “Atco” label released “Bang”, the sixth James Gang studio album. It was recorded in March 1973, and was produced by Roy Kenner, Tommy Bolin, Dale Peters and Jim Fox.

Personnel:

  • Roy Kenner– lead vocals, percussion
  • Tommy Bolin– guitars, backing vocals, Lead Vocal on “Alexis”, synthesizer
  • Dale Peters– bass guitar, backing vocals, percussion
  • Jim Fox– drums, backing vocals, percussion, keyboards

Track listing:

All tracks by Tommy Bolin and John Tesar except where noted.

  1. Standing In The Rain – Tommy Bolin
  2. The Devil Is Singing Our Song
  3. Must Be Love – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  4. Alexis – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  5. Ride The Wind – Tommy Bolin, Roy Kenner
  6. Got No Time For Trouble
  7. Rather Be Alone With You (Song For Dale) – Roy Kenner
  8. From Another Time
  9. Mystery

In July 1974.

In July 1974, “Atco” label released “Miami”, the seventh James Gang album.  It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Tom Dowd, Roy Kenner, Tommy Bolin, Albhy Galuten, Dale Peters and Jimmy “Jim” Fox.

Personnel:

  • Roy Kenner– lead and backing vocals
  • Tommy Bolin– guitars, lead vocals
  • Tom Dowd– keyboards, piano
  • Albhy Galuten– keyboards, piano, synthesizer
  • Dale Peters– bass guitar, backing vocals, percussion
  • Jimmy “Jim” Fox– drums, backing vocals, percussion, keyboards, organ

Track listing:

All tracks by Tommy Bolin, except where noted.

  1. Cruisin’ Down The Highway – Tommy Bolin, Dale Peters
  2. Do It – Tommy Bolin, Roy Kenner
  3. Wildfire – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  4. Sleepwalker – Tommy Bolin, John Tesar
  5. Miami Two-Step – Tommy Bolin, Dale Peters, Jim Fox
  6. Praylude
  7. Red Skies
  8. Spanish Lover – Tommy Bolin, Jeff Cook
  9. Summer Breezes
  10. Head Above The Water – Tommy Bolin, Dale Peters

 

 

In February 1981.

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In February 1981, “RCA” label released “Feels So Right”, the fifth Alabama album. It was recorded in 1980, at “The Music Mill” in Nashville, and was produced by Larry McBride, Harold Shedd, Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry and Mark Herndon. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Randy Owen- lead vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Jeff Cook- lead vocals, lead guitar
  • Teddy Gentry – lead vocals, bass guitar
  • Mark Herndon – drums
  • Jack Eubanks – guitars
  • David Humphreys – drums
  • Leo Jackson – guitar
  • Fred Newell – guitar
  • Willie Rainsford – keyboards
  • Billy Reynolds – guitars, backing vocals
  • David Smith – bass guitar
  • Kristin Wilkinson – string arrangements
  • Jim Cotton, Gene Rice, Harold Shedd – engineer
  • Paul Goldberg, Ben Hall, Joe Mills – assistant engineer
  • Randy Kling – mastering

Track listing:

  1. Feels So Right- Randy Owen
  2. Love in the First Degree – Tim DuBois, Jim Hurt
  3. Burn Georgia Burn – Tim Lewis, Roger Murrah
  4. Ride the Train – Teddy Gentry
  5. Fantasy – Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen, Rick Scott
  6. Hollywood – Gary Stewart, Wayne Carson
  7. Old Flame – Donny Lowery, Mac McAnally
  8. Woman Back Home – Donny Lowery
  9. See the Embers, Feel the Flame – Don Cook
  10. I’m Stoned – Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry