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In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Capitol” label released “Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby”, the second McGuinness Flint album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Glyn Johns.

Personnel:

  1. Tom McGuinness – vocals, electric guitar, bass
  2. Hughie Flint – drums
  3. Benny Gallagher – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, piano, harmonica, ocarina
  4. Graham Lyle – vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, mandolin, bass
  5. Nicky Hopkins – keyboards
  6. Dennis Coulson – vocals
  7. Jimmy Jewell – saxophone
  8. John Mumford – trombone
  9. Brian Rogers, Jimmy Jewell, John Mumford – arranger
  10. Glyn Johns – engineer

Track listing:

  1. Happy Birthday, Ruthy Baby – Benny Gallagher
  2. Conversation – Benny Gallagher
  3. When I’m Alone with You – Tom McGuinness, Hughie Flint
  4. Fixer – Benny Gallagher
  5. Faith and Gravy – Benny Gallagher
  6. Klondike – Benny Gallagher
  7. Reader to Writer – Benny Gallagher
  8. Changes – Benny Gallagher
  9. Friends of Mine – Benny Gallagher
  10. Piper of Dreams – Benny Gallagher
  11. Jimmy’s Song – Benny Gallagher
  12. Sparrow – Benny Gallagher

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “A&M” label released “Booker T. & Priscilla” album by Booket T. Jones and Priscilla Jones. It was recorded January – February 1971 at “Sunset Sound”, “A&M Records” and “Wally Heider Studios”, and was produced by Booket T. Jones and Priscilla Jones.

Personnel:

  • Booker T. Jones – guitar, keyboards, string arrangements
  • Priscilla Jones – piano
  • Gerry McGhee, Jesse “Indian Ed” Davis – guitar
  • Sanford Konikoff – tambourine
  • Tim Hill – harmonica
  • Jim Horn – oboe
  • Chris Ethridge – bass
  • Jim Keltner – drums, percussion
  • Bobbye Hall Porter – percussion
  • Roland Young – art direction
  • Chuck Beeson – deisgn
  • Jim McCary – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Priscilla Jones, except where noted.

  1. The Wedding Song – Booker T. Jones
  2. She – Chris Ethridge, Graham Parsons
  3. The Indian Song – Booker T. Jones, Priscilla Jones
  4. For Priscilla – Booker T. Jones
  5. The Delta Song
  6. Why
  7. Mississippi Voodoo
  8. Cool Black Dream
  9. Sweet Child You’re Not Alone – Donna Weiss
  10. He – Booker T. Jones, Priscilla Jones
  11. Sister Babe
  12. Earth Children – Booker T. Jones, Priscilla Jones
  13. Wather Brothers
  14. Medley from the Jones Ranch
  15. Funny Honey – Bookler T. Jones, Priscilla Jones
  16. California Girl – Booker T. Jones, Priscilla Jones
  17. The Sun Don’t Shine – Booker T. Jones
  18. Ole Man Trouble – Booker T. Jones

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Warner Bros” label released “Armchair Boogie”, the second Michael Hurly (credited to Michael Hurley & Pals) album. It was recorded in 1969 in Brookline, Massachusetts, and was produced by Jesse Young.

Personnel:

  • Michael Hurley – vocals, guitar, piano, trumpet
  • Scott Lawrence – piano
  • Michael Kane – vocals, bass, cornet
  • Robin Remaily – fiddle, mandolin
  • Maggie Hurley – tambourine
  • Earthquake Anderson – harmonica
  • Jesse C. Young – guitar, bass
  • Jeff Myer – drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Michael Hurley.

  1. Warefolf
  2. Grand Canyon Line
  3. English Noble Man
  4. Be Kind to Me
  5. Troubled Waters
  6. Red Ravager’s Reel
  7. Sweededee
  8. Open Up
  9. Jocko’s Lament
  10. Light Green Fellow
  11. Get the Best of Me
  12. Biscuit Roller
  13. When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano
  14. Penguins

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Reprise” label released “Charity Ball”, the second Fanny album. It was recorded in 1970, and was produced by Richard Perry.

Personnel:

  • June Millington – vocals, guitar
  • Nickey Barclay – vocals, piano, organ
  • Jean Millington – vocals, bass
  • Alice de Buhr – vocals, drums, percussion
  • Matt Hyde – engineer
  • Bill Lazarus – engineer
  • Richard Moore – engineer
  • Tom Harvey – mixing
  • Dean O. Torrence – design
  • Candice Bergen – band photography
  • Kim Tucker – cover photography

Track listing:

  1. Charity Ball
  2. What Kind of Lover
  3. Cat Fever
  4. A Person Like You
  5. Special Care
  6. What’s Wrong with Me
  7. Soul Child
  8. You’re the One
  9. Thinking of You
  10. Place in the Country
  11. A Little While Latter

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Reprise” label released “How Come the Sun”, the ninth Tom Paxton album. It was recorded January – February 1971, at “Media Sounds Inc” in New York City, “Sound Techniques” in London, and was produced by David Horowitz and Tom Paxton.

Personnel:

  • Tom Paxton – vocals, guitar
  • Marc Horowitz – acoustic and electric guitar, banjo
  • David Horowitz – piano, organ, synthesizer, melodica, backing vocals,  arranger, remix
  • Mike Morgan – twelve string guitar
  • Harry Pitch – harmonica
  • Brian Odgers – bass guitar
  • Herb Bushler – bass guitar
  • Chris Laurence – double bass
  • Dave Willis – double bass
  • Geoff Clyne – double bass
  • Mike Brittain – double bass
  • Chris Slade – drums
  • Sue Evans – drums
  • Diana Cummings – violin
  • Julian Cummings – violin
  • Luciano Iorio – viola
  • Douglas Cummings – cello
  • Fred Christie – engineer
  • Victor Gamm – engineer, remix

Track listing:

All tracks by Tom Paxton, except where noted.

  1. I Had To Shoot That Rabbit
  2. Icarus – David Horowitz
  3. Little Lost Child
  4. General Custer
  5. She’s Far Away
  6. Prayin’ for Snow
  7. Louise
  8. A Sailor’s Life – David Horowitz
  9. How Come the Sun – David Horowitz

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “A&M” label released “From the Witchwood”, the fourth Strawbs album. It was recorded February – March 1971, at “Air Studios” in London, and was produced by Tony Visconti.

Personnel:

  • Dave Cousins– lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, dulcimer, banjo, recorder
  • Tony Hooper– lead and backing vocals, acoustic guitar, autoharp, tambourine
  • Rick Wakeman– piano, organ, celeste, mellotron, Moog synthesizer, clavinet, harpsichord
  • John Ford– lead and backing vocals, bass guitar
  • Richard Hudson– lead and backing vocals, drums, sitar
  • Bill Price– engineer
  • Alan Harris – engineer
  • John Punter– engineer
  • Chris Michie – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Cousins, except where noted.

  1. A Glimpse of Heaven
  2. Witchwood
  3. Thirty Days – John Ford
  4. Flight – Richard Hudson
  5. The Hangman and the Papist
  6. Sheep
  7. Cannon Dale – Richard Hudson
  8. The Shepherd’s Song
  9. In Amongst the Roses
  10. I’ll Carry On beside You

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Monument” label released “The Silver Tongued Devil and I”, the second Kris Kristofferson studio album. It was recorded in 1971 and was produced by Fred Foster.

Personnel:

  • Kris Kristofferson – vocals, guitar
  • The Lady (Joan Baez) – vocal
  • Jerry Kennedy, Jerry Shook, Chris Gantry– guitar
  • Norbert Putnam, Bobby Dyson, Billy Swan– bass
  • Jerry Carrigan– drums
  • David Briggs, Donnie Fritts– keyboards
  • Norman Blake– dobro
  • Charlie McCoy– harmonica, vibes, trumpet
  • Farrell Morris – percussion
  • Billy Swan, Donnie Fritts, Rita Coolidge– vocals
  • Bergen White – arrangements
  • Gene Eichelberger – engineer
  • Tommy Strong – engineer
  • Mort Thomasson – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Kris Kristofferson, except where noted.

  1. The Silver Tongued Devil and I
  2. Jody and the Kid
  3. Billy Dee
  4. Good Christian Soldier – Billy Joe Shaver, Bobby Bare
  5. Breakdown (A Long Way Home)
  6. Lovin’ Her Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)
  7. The Taker – Kris Kristofferson, Shel Siverstein
  8. When I Loved Her
  9. The Pilgrim, Chapter 33
  10. Epitaph (Black and Blue) – Kris Kristofferson, Donnie Fritts

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Stax” label released “Lovejoy”, the sixth Albert King studio album. It was recorded December 1970 – January 1971, and was produced by Don Nix.

Personnel:

  • Albert King– electric guitar, vocals
  • Jesse Edwin Davis, Tippy Armstrong, Wayne Perkins– guitar
  • John Gallie, Barry Beckett– keyboards
  • Donald “Duck” Dunn, David Hood– bass
  • Jim Keltner, Roger Hawkins – drums
  • Sandy Konikoff – percussion
  • Jeanne Green, The Mt. Zion Singers – background vocals

Track listing:

  1. Honky Tonk Woman – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  2. Bay Area Blues – Donald “Duck” Dunn, Don Nix
  3. Corrina, Corrina – Don Nix
  4. She Caught the Katy(And Left Me A Mule To Ride) – Taj Mahal, James Rachell
  5. For the Love of a Woman – Don Nix
  6. Lovejoy, III.-Don Nix
  7. Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven – Don Nix
  8. Going Back To Iuka – Don Nix
  9. Like A Road Leading Home – Don Nix, Dan Penn

 

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “RCA” label released “So Long, Bannatyne”, the ninth Guess Who studio album. It was recorded in1971 at “RCA’s Mid-America Recording Center” in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Jack Richardson.

Personnel:

  • Burton Cummings – piano, lead vocals, saxophone
  • Greg Leskiw – guitar, backing vocals, banjo
  • Kurt Winter – guitar, backing vocals
  • Jim Kale – bass
  • Garry Peterson – drums, backing vocals

Track listing:

All tracks by Burton Cummings and Kurt Winter except where noted.

  1. Rain Dance
  2. She Might Have Been a Nice Girl – Burton Cummings
  3. Goin’ a Little Crazy
  4. Fiddlin’
  5. Pain Train
  6. One Divided – Greg Leskiw
  7. Grey Day – Greg Leskiw
  8. Life in the Bloodstream – Burton Cummings
  9. One Man Army
  10. Sour Suite – Burton Cummings
  11. So Long, Bannatyne

 

In July 1971.

In July 1971, “Brunswick” label released “(For God’s Sake) Give More Power to the People”, the third Chi-Lites studio album. It was recorded 1970 – 1971, and was produced by Eugene Record.

Personnel:

  • Marshall Thompson– vocals
  • Robert “Squirrel” Lester– vocals
  • Creadel “Red” Jones– vocals
  • Eugene Record– arranger, vocals
  • Willie Henderson, Quinton Joseph – directors
  • Thomas “Tom Tom” Washington, Sonny Sanders– arrangers
  • Bruce Swedien– engineer

Track listing:

  1. Yes I’m Ready (If I Don’t Get To Go) – Eugene Record, Revé Gipson
  2. We Are Neighbors – Eugene Record, Quinton Joseph
  3. I Want to Pay You Back (For Loving Me) – Eugene Record
  4. Have You Seen Her – Eugene Record, Barbara Acklin
  5. (For God’s Sake) Give More Power to the People – Eugene Record
  6. Love Uprising – Eugene Record
  7. Troubles a’ Comin’ – Eugene Record
  8. You Got Me Walkin’ – Eugene Record
  9. What Do I Wish For – Eugene Record, Carl Davis