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In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Brain” label released “Zuckerzeit”, the third Cluster album. It was recorded in January 1974 and was produced by Michael Rother, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius.

Personnel:

  • Hans-Joachim Roedelius
  • Dieter Moebius

Track listing:

  1. Hollywood – Hans – Joachim Roedelius
  2. Caramel – Dieter Moebius
  3. Rote Riki – Dieter Moebius
  4. Rosa – Hans – Joachim Roedelius
  5. Caramba – Dieter Moebius
  6. Fotschi Tong – Hans – Joachim Roedelius
  7. James – Dieter Moebius
  8. Marzipan – Hans – Joachim Roedelius
  9. Rotor – Dieter Moebius
  10. Heiße Lippen – Hans – Joachim Roedelius

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Stax” label released “I Wanna Get Funky”, the eighth Albert King studio album. It was recorded in 1972 and was produced by Henry Bush and Allen Jines.

Personnel:

  • Albert King– vocals, electric guitar
  • Donald Kanzie (Donald Kinsey)– rhythm guitar
  • Memphis Symphony Orchestra– strings
  • The Memphis Horns– horns
  • The Bar-Kays& The Movement – rhythm section
  • Hot Buttered Soul, Henry Bush – background vocal

Track listing:

  1. I Wanna Get Funky – Clifton William Smith
  2. Playing on Me – Sir Mack Rice
  3. Walking the Back Streets and Crying – Sandy Jones
  4. ‘Til My Back Ain’t Got No Bone – Eddie Floyd, Alvertis Isbell
  5. Flat Tire – Henry Bush, Booker T. Jones, Albert King
  6. I Can’t Hear Nothing But the Blues – Henry Bush, Dave Clark
  7. Travelin’ Man – Albert King
  8. Crosscut Saw – R.G. Ford
  9. That’s What the Blues Is All About – Bobby Patterson, Jerry Strickland

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “WWA” label released “Solid”, the seventh Groundhogs studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at Tony McPhee’s home studio in Haverhill, Suffolk, UK, and was produced by Tony McPhee.

Personnel:

  • Tony McPhee– vocals, guitars
  • Peter Cruikshank – bass
  • Ken Pustelnik, Clive Brooks– drums
  • Martin Birch– engineer
  • Gered Mankowitz- photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Tony McPhee

  1. Light My Light
  2. Free from All Alarm
  3. Sins of the Father
  4. Sad Go Round
  5. Corn Cob
  6. Plea Sing, Plea Song
  7. Snow Storm
  8. Joker’s Grave

 

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Nine Records” label released “Child of the Novelty”, the second Mahogany Rush studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Tempo Studios” in Montreal, Canada, and was produced by Frank Marino.

Personnel:

  • Frank Marino– vocals, guitars, keyboards
  • Paul Harwood – acoustic and electric bass
  • Jimmy Ayoub – drums, percussion

Track listing:

All tracks by Frank Marino.

  1. Look Outside
  2. Thru the Milky Way
  3. Talkin’ ’bout a Feelin’
  4. Child of the Novelty
  5. Makin’ My Wave
  6. A New Rock and Roll
  7. Changing
  8. Plastic Man
  9. Guitwar
  10. Chains of (S)pace

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Vertigo” label released “Banquet”, the fourth Lucifer’s Friend album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by John Lawton, Peter Hesslein, Dieter Horns, Herbert Bornhold and Peter Hecht.

Personnel:

  • John Lawton– lead vocals, arrangements
  • Peter Hesslein – electric and acoustic guitars, 12-string guitar, percussion, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Dieter Horns – bass, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Herbert Bornhold – drums, percussion, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Peter Hecht – piano, organ, Moog synthesizer, electric piano, arrangements
  • Herb Geller – alto saxophone, flute
  • Karl-Hermann Lüer – baritone saxophone
  • Stefan Dobrzynski – tenor saxophone
  • Wilfried Schoberanzky – bassoon
  • Klaus Holle – flute
  • Franz Behle – oboe
  • Rolf Lind – French horn
  • Hans Alves – English horn
  • Kurt Donocik, Luigi Schaufub, Walter Hillinghaus – cello
  • Günter Fulisch, Heinz Reese, Waldemar Erbe, Wolfgang Ahlers – trombone
  • Bob Lanese, Heinz Habermann, Manfred Moch – trumpet
  • Bruno Korzuschek, Günter Grünig, Werner Knupke – viola
  • Fritz Köhnsen, Günter Klein, Günther Zander, Heinz Donocik, Helmut Jochens, Helmut Rahn, Ingeborg Kaufmann, Otto Kaufmann, Reinhold Gabriel, Senia Daschewski – violin
  • Dave Brian, Elvira Herbert, Sheila McKinley – choir
  • Peter Hecht – horns and strings arrangement
  • Volker Heintzen – engineer
  • Sebastian F.B. Dietrich – photography

Track listing:

  1. Spanish Galleon – Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  2. Thus Spoke Oberon – Bacardit, Docker, Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  3. High Flying Lady – Goodbye – Bacarit, Peter Hesslein, John Lawron, O’Brian – Docker
  4. Sorrow – Peter Hesslein, John Lawton
  5. Dirty Old Town – Peter Hesslein, Horns, John Lawton

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Round Records” label released “Compliments” (known as Garcia), the second Jerry Garcia solo album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by John Kahn.

Personnel:

  • Jerry Garcia – guitar, vocals, classical guitar
  • Arthur Adams – guitar
  • Michael Omartian- piano, tack piano, Fender Rhodes
  • John Kahn – bass, horn arrangement, string arrangement
  • Ron Tutt – drums
  • Merl Saunders- organ
  • Larry Carlton– guitar
  • Bobbye Hall- percussion
  • Melvin Moore – trumpet
  • Gene Connors – trombone, horn arrangement
  • Jackie Kelso – saxophones
  • Amos Garrett– trombone
  • Joel Tepp- clarinet
  • Richard Greene – violin
  • Merry Clayton- background vocals
  • Maria Muldaur, Clydie King, Patty- background vocals
  • Geoff Muldaur– clarinet
  • Ben Benay – rhythm guitar
  • Tom Rose – clarinet
  • John Rotella – e flat clarinet
  • Willie Green – b flat clarinet
  • Gary Ray – b flat clarinet
  • Julian Sheer – bass clarinet
  • Sid Page– violin
  • Carl Pedersen – violin
  • Nathan Rubin – violin
  • Emily van Valkenburg – violin
  • Miriam Dye – viola
  • Nancy Ellis – viola
  • Terry Adams – cello
  • Judiyaba – cello
  • Arnie Egilsson, Ray Siegal – string bass
  • Sid Sharp – contractor
  • David Nichtern – guitar
  • David Grisman- mandolin
  • Vassar Clements– violin
  • Engineer – Ron Malo
  • Production assistants – Richard Loren, Joshua Blardo
  • Equipment – Ramrod, Steve Parrish
  • Cover art – Victor Moscoso

Track listing:

  1. Let It Rock – Chuck Berry
  2. When The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game – Smokey Robinson
  3. That’s What Love Will Make You Do – Henderson Thigpen, James Banks, Eddy Marion
  4. Russian Lullaby – Irving Berlin
  5. Turn On The Bright Lights – Albert Washington
  6. He Ain’t Give You None – Van Morrison
  7. What Goes Around – Mac Rebbenack
  8. Let’s Spend The Night Together – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
  9. Mississippi Moon – Peter Rowan
  10. Midnight Town – Robert Hunter, John Kahn

 

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Bronze” label released “Wonderworld”, the seventh Uriah Heep album. It was recorded January–March, 1974 at “Musicland Studios” in Munich, and was produced by Gerry Bron.

Personnel:

  • Ken Hensley– organ, guitar, vocals
  • David Byron– vocals
  • Mick Box– lead guitar
  • Gary Thain– bass
  • Lee Kerslake– drums
  • Jose Gabriel – synthetizers
  • Peter Gallen – recording engineer
  • Hans Menzel – engineer
  • Macki– engineer
  • Michael Gibbs- orchestral arrangements
  • Graham Hughes – photography, concept
  • Harry Moss – cutting engineer

Tracks listing:

  1. Wonderworld – Ken Hensley
  2. Suicidal Man – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  3. The Shadows and the Wind – Ken Hensley
  4. So Tired – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  5. The Easy Road – Ken Hensley
  6. Something or Nothing – Mick Box, Ken Hensley, GaryThain
  7. I Won’t Mind – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  8. We Got We – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley, Lee Kerslake, Gary Thain
  9. Dreams – Mick Box, David Byron, Ken Hensley

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Warner Bros” label released “Holiday”, the fourth America studio  album. It was recorded April – May 1974, at “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by George Martin.

Personnel:

  • Gerry Beckley and Dan Peek – bass, keyboards, guitars
  • Dewey Bunnell – guitars
  • Willie Leacox – drums, percussion
  • George Martin– arranger, keyboards
  • Geoff Emerick- engineering
  • Peter Henderson – tape operator
  • Gary Burden – art direction

Track listing:

  1. Miniature – Gerry Beckley
  2. Tin Man – Dewey Bunnell
  3. Another Try – Gerry Beckley
  4. Lonely People – Dan Peek, Catherine Peek
  5. Glad to See You – Dan Peek
  6. Mad Dog – Gerry Beckley
  7. Hollywood – Dewey Bunnell
  8. Baby It’s Up to You – Gerry Beckley
  9. You – Dan Peek
  10. Old Man Took – Dewey Bunnell
  11. What Does It Matter – Gerry Beckley
  12. In the Country – Dan Peek

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Harvest” label released “Axe Victim”, the debut Be-Bop Deluxe album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by Ian McLintock.

Personnel:

  • Bill Nelson– electric and 12-string guitars, lead vocals (all but 6), keyboards
  • Ian Parkin– rhythm and acoustic guitars, organ
  • Robert Bryan – bass guitar, lead vocals (6)
  • Nicholas Chatterton-Dew – drums, backing vocals’

Track listing:

All tracks by Bill Nelson, except where noted.

  1. Axe Victim
  2. Love is Swift Arrows
  3. Jet Silver and the Dolls of Venus
  4. Third Floor Heaven
  5. Night Creatures
  6. Rocket Cathedrals – Robert Bryan
  7. Adventures in a Yorkshire Landscape
  8. Jets at Dawn
  9. No Trains To Heaven
  10. Darkness (L’Immoraliste)

In June 1974.

In June 1974, “Vertigo” label released “Only Want You for Your Body”, the third Buffalo album. It was recorded on 1974 in US and Australia, and was produced by Spencer Lee.

Personnel:

  • Dave Tice– lead vocals
  • Peter Wells– bass
  • John Baxter– guitar
  • Jimmy Economou– drums

Track listing:

All tracks by Dave Tice and John Baxter, except where noted.

  1. I’m a Skirt Lifter, Not a Shirt Raiser
  2. I’m Coming On – Alvin Lee
  3. Dune Messiah
  4. Stay with Me
  5. What’s Going On
  6. Kings Cross Ladies
  7. United Nations
  8. What’s Going On – single version