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In November 1972.

In November 1972, “Capricorn” label released “Liv”, the second Livingston Taylor studio album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Jon Landau.

Personnel:

  • Livingston Taylor — acoustic guitar, guitar, piano, keyboards, vocals
  • Greg Prestopino — vocals, backing vocals
  • Robert Popwell— bass, guitar
  • Walter Robinson — bass, acoustic bass
  • Johnny Sandlin — bass, guitar
  • Bill Stewart — drums
  • Tommy Talton — acoustic guitar, guitar
  • David Woodford — flute, tenor saxophone, wind
  • George Marino- mastering engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Livingston Taylor; except where noted.

  1. Get Out of Bed
  2. May I Stay Around
  3. Open Up Your Eyes
  4. Gentleman
  5. Easy Prey
  6. Be That Way
  7. Truck Driving Man
  8. Mom, Dad
  9. On Broadway – Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  10. Caroline
  11. I Just Can’t Be Lonesome No More
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In October 1975.

In October 1975, “United Artists” label released “Malpractice”, the second Dr. Feelgood album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Olympic Studios” and “Pye Studios” in London, and was produced by Vic Maile.

Personnel:

  • Lee Brilleaux- guitar, harmonica, lead vocals
  • Wilko Johnson- guitar, backing vocals
  • The Big Figure – drums
  • John B. Sparks – bass
  • Bob Andrews- piano, keyboards, saxophone
  • Doug Bennett – engineer, advisor
  • Keith Morris- photography

Track listing:

  1. I Can Tell – Ellas McDaniel, Samuel F. Smith
  2. Going Back Home – Mick Green, Wilko Johnson
  3. Back in the Night – Wilko Johnson
  4. Another Man – Wilko Johnson
  5. Rolling and Tumbling – McKinley Morganfield
  6. Don’t Let Your Daddy Know – Wilko Johnson
  7. Watch Your Step – Bobby Parker
  8. Don’t You Just Know It – Huey “Piano” Smith, Johnny Vincent
  9. Riot in Cell Block No. 9 – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  10. Because You’re Mine – Wilko Johnson, Nick Lowe, John B. Sparks
  11. You Shouldn’t Call the Doctor (If You Can’t Afford the Bills) – Wilko Johnson

 

On October 1972.

In October 1972, “A&M” label released the debut, self-titled Stealers Wheel album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Apple Studios” in London, and was produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The cover painting was by John Patrick Byrne.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Rafferty- guitar, lead vocals
  • Joe Egan- keyboards, lead vocals
  • Paul Pilnick – lead guitar
  • Tony Williams- bass
  • Rod Coombes– drums
  • Geoff Emerick, John Mills – engineering

Track listing:

  1. Late Again – Joe Egan, Gerry Rafferty
  2. Stuck in the Middle With You – Joe Egan, Gerry Rafferty
  3. Another Morning – Joe Egan
  4. I Get By – Joe Egan
  5. Outside Looking In – Gerry Rafferty
  6. Johnny’s Song – Gerry Rafferty
  7. Net to Me – Joe Egan, Gerry Rafferty
  8. José – Joe Egan
  9. Gets So Lonely – Joe Egan
  10. You Put Something Better Inside Me – Joe Egan, Gerry Rafferty

In September 1975.

In September 1975, “Chrysalis” label released “Procol’s Ninth”, the eighth Procol Harum studio album. t was recorded in 1975, and was produced by  Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

Personnel:

  • Gary Brooker– vocals, piano
  • Mick Grabham– guitar
  • Chris Copping– organ
  • Alan Cartwright– bass guitar
  • J. Wilson– drums
  • Keith Reid– lyrics

Track listing:

All tracks by Gary Brooker and Keith Reid, except where noted.

  1. Pandora’s Box
  2. Fool’s Gold
  3. Taking the Time
  4. The Unquiet Zone
  5. The Final Thrust
  6. I Keep Forgetting – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  7. Without a Doubt
  8. The Piper’s Tune
  9. Typewriter Torment
  10. Eight Days a Week – John Lennon, Paul McCartney

On September 1, 1984.

On September 1, 1984, “EMI America” label released “Tonight”, the sixteenth David Bowie studio album. It was recorded May – June 1984, at “Le Studio” in Quebec, Canada, and was produced by David Bowie, Derek Bramble and Hugh Padgham.

Personnel:

  • David Bowie– vocals
  • Derek Bramble – guitar; guitar synthesizer; bass guitar; synthesiser; backing vocals
  • Carlos Alomar– guitars
  • Omar Hakim– drums
  • Carmine Rojas– bass guitar
  • Guy St. Onge – marimba
  • Sammy Figueroa– percussion
  • Tina Turner– lead vocals
  • Iggy Pop– backing
  • Robin Clark, George Simms, Curtis King – backing vocals

The Borneo Horns

  • Stanley Harrison– alto saxophone; tenor saxophone
  • Lenny Pickett– tenor saxophone; clarinet
  • Steve Elson – baritone saxophone
  • Arif Mardin– string arrangements; synthesisers

Track listing:

  1. Loving the Alien – David Bowie
  2. Don’t Look Down – Iggy Pop, James Williamson
  3. God Only Knows – Brian Wilson, Tony Asher
  4. Tonight – David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Ricky Gardiner
  5. Neighborhood Threat – David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Ricky Gardiner
  6. Blue Jean – David Bowie
  7. Tumble and Twirl – David Bowie, Iggy Pop
  8. I Keep Forhettin – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  9. Dancing With the Big Boys – David Bowie, Carlos Alomar

In August 1982.

In August 1982, “Warner Bros” label released “If That’s What It Takes”, the debut Michael McDonald studio album. It was recorded 1981 – 1982, at “Warner Bros. Recording Studio”; “Sunset Sound Recorders” and “Ocean Way Recording” in Hollywood, and was produced by Ted Templeman and Lenny Waronker.

Personnel:

  • Lead vocals: Michael McDonald
  • Bass: Willie Weeks, Louis Johnson, Mike Porcaro
  • Drums: Steve Gadd, Jeff Porcaro
  • Guitar: Dean Parks, Steve Lukather, Robben Ford
  • Saxophone: Edgar Winter, Tom Scott
  • Percussion: Lenny Castro, Bobby LaKind, Paulinho Da Costa, Ted Templeman
  • Piano: Greg Phillinganes, Michael McDonald
  • Clavinet: Greg Phillinganes
  • Organ: Greg Phillinganes
  • Fender Rhodes: Michael McDonald, Greg Phillinganes, Michael Omartian
  • Synthesizer: Michael McDonald, Michael Boddicker
  • Lyricon: Tom Scott
  • Background vocals: Michael McDonald, Ed Sanford, Maureen McDonald,  Kenny Loggins, Christopher Cross, Brenda Russell, Kathy Walker, Amy Holland
  • Engineers: Ken Deane, Bobby Hata, Lee Herschberg, James Isaacson, Donn Landee, Mark Linett, Steve McManus
  • Overdub engineers: Lee Herschberg, James Isaacson, Donn Landee, Mark Linett
  • Mixing: Lee Herschberg
  • Mastering: Bobby Hata
  • Horn arrangements: Jerry Hey
  • String arrangements: Marty Paich
  • Keyboard technician: Paul Mederios
  • Production coordinators: Joan Parker, Kathy Walker and Vicki Fortson
  • Art direction and Design: Jeff Adamoff
  • Photography: Jim Shea
  • Direction: Irving Azoff

Track listing:

  1. Playin’ by the Rules – Michael McDonald, Ed Sanford
  2. I Keep Forgetting – Michael McDonald, Ed Sanford, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller
  3. Love Lies – Michael McDonald, Randy Goodrum
  4. I Gotta Try – Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins
  5. I Can Let Go Now – Michael McDonald
  6. That’s Why – McDonald, Randy Goodrum
  7. If That’s What It Takes – Michael McDonald, Jackie De Shannon
  8. No Such Luck – Michael McDonald, Grady Walker, Harry Garfield
  9. Losin’ End – Michael McDonald
  10. Believe in It – Michael McDonald

In August 1977.

In August 1977, “Barn Records” label released “Before We Were So Rudely Interrupted”, the eleventh Animals album. It was a reunion album from The Animals, billed The Original Animals.It was recorded in 1977, at “Rolling Stones Mobile Studio” in Goulds Farm, and was produced by Chas Chandler.

Personnel:

  • Eric Burdon– vocals
  • Alan Price– keyboards
  • Hilton Valentine– guitar
  • Chas Chandler– bass
  • Alan O’Duffy – engineer
  • Paul Hardiman – mix engineer
  • Jo Mirowski – design
  • Terry O’Neill- photography

Track listing:

  1. Brother Bill (The Last Clean Shirt) – Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Clyde Otis
  2. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue – Bob Dylan
  3. Fire on the Sun – Shaky Jake aka James D. Harris
  4. As the Crow Flies – Jimmy Reed
  5. Please Send Me Someone to Love – Percy Mayfield
  6. Many Rivers to Cross – Jimmy Cliff
  7. Just a Little Bit – John Thornton, Ralph Bass, Earl Washington, Piney Brown
  8. Riverside County – Eric Burdon, Alan Price, Hilton Valentine, Chas Chandler, John Steel
  9. Lonely Avenue – Doc Pomus
  10. The Fool – Lee Hazlewood