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In February 1970.

In February 1970, “Liberty” label released “Uncle Charlie & His Dog Teddy”, the fourth Nitty Gritty Dirt Band studio album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by William McEuen.

Personnel:

  • Les Thompson – electric bass, mandolin, electric guitar, vocals
  • Jimmie Fadden – lead acoustic and electric guitar, harmonica, washtub bass, vocals
  • Jeff Hanna- rhythm acoustic and electric guitar, drums, washboard, percussion, vocals
  • Jimmy Ibbotson – rhythm acoustic guitar, lead electric guitar, electric piano, drums, conga, accordion, vocals
  • John McEuen- banjo, mandolin, acoustic guitar, accordion
  • Maurice Manceau – guitar, keyboards, vocals
  • Jim Gordon- horns, keyboards
  • John London- bass
  • Byron Berline- violin
  • Russ Kunkel- drums
  • Woody Woodward – recording engineer
  • John McEuen, Jimmy Hoyson – mixing
  • Dean Torrence/ Kittyhawk Graphics – art direction
  • William McEuen – photography

Track listing:

  1. Some of Shelly’s Blues – Michael Nesmith
  2. Prodigal’s Return – Kenny Loggins, Dann Lottermoser
  3. The Cure – Jeff Hanna
  4. Travelin’ Mood – James Waynes
  5. Chicken Reel – traditional
  6. Yukon Railroad – Kenny Loggins, Dann Lottermoser
  7. Livin’ Without You – Randy Newman
  8. Clinch Mountain Backstep – Ruby Rakes
  9. Rave On – Norman Petty, Bill Tilghman, Sonny West
  10. Billy in the Low Ground – Les Thompson
  11. Jesse James – traditional
  12. Uncle Charlie Interview – Uncle Charlie
  13. Bojangles – Jerry Jeff Walker
  14. Opus 36, Clementi – Muzio Clementi
  15. Santa Rosa – Kenny Loggins
  16. Propinquity – Michael Nesmith
  17. Uncle Charlie – Jimmie Fadden
  18. Randy Lynn Rag – Earl Scruggs
  19. House at Pooh Corner – Kenny Loggins
  20. Swanee River – Stephen Foster
  21. Uncle Charlie Interview #2 / Spanish Fandango – traditional
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In January 1974.

In January 1974, “Bearsville” label released “Energized”, the third Foghat album. It was recorded 1973, and was produced by Tom Dawes.

Personnel:

  • Roger Earl – drums, percussion
  • Lonesome” Dave Peverett – lead vocals, guitar
  • Rod Price – backing vocals, guitar
  • Tony Stevens – backing vocals, bass
  • Coordinated by Tony Outeda
  • Pacific Eye and Ear – design

Track listing:

  1. Honey Hush – Lou W. Turner / interpolates music from Train Kept A-Rollin’ by Tiny Bradshaw, Howard Kay, Lois Mann
  2. Step Outside – Dave Peverett, Rod Price, Roger Earl, Tony Stevens
  3. Golden Arrow – Dave Peverett, Rod Price
  4. Home in My Hand – Dave Peverett, Rod Price
  5. Wild Cherry – Dave Peverett, Rod Price, Roger Earl, Tony Stevens, Tom Dawes
  6. That’ll Be the Day – Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  7. Fly by Night – Tony Stevens
  8. Nothin’ I Won’t Do – Dave Peverett, Rod Price

In November 1969.

In November 1969, “Immediate” label released “Town and Country” the second Humble Pie studio album. It was recorded in 1969, at “Olympic Studios” in London, and was produced by Andy Johns.

Personnel:

  • Steve Marriott: guitar, Leslie guitar, sitar, vocals, percussion, hammer and nail brandy bottle, Wurlitzer piano, maracas, drums
  • Greg Ridley: bass, vocals, guitar, tambourine
  • Peter Frampton: vocals, guitar, lead guitar, bass, Spanish guitar, drums, Wurlitzer piano, plastic-cup
  • Jerry Shirley: drums, percussion saw, tambourine, tablas, maracas, Wurlitzer piano
  • Engineers : Andrew Johns, Rob, John, Happy Keith
  • Arranged by Humble Pie

Track listing:

  1. Take Me Back – Peter Frampton
  2. The Sad Bag of Shaky Jake – Steve Marriott
  3. The Light of Love – Greg Ridley
  4. Cold Lady – Jerry Shirley
  5. Down Home Again – Steve Marriott
  6. Ollie Ollie – Peter Frampton, Steve Marriott, Greg Ridley, Jerry Shirley, Andy Johns
  7. Every Mother’s Son – Steve Marriott
  8. Heartbeat – Bob Montgomery, Norman Petty
  9. Only You Can See – Peter Frampton
  10. Silver Tongue – Steve Marriott
  11. Home and Away – Steve Marriott, Peter Frampton, Greg Ridley

In September 1978.

In September 1978, “Chrysalis” label released “Parallel Lines”, the third Blondie studio album. It was recorded June – July 1978, at “Record Plant” in New York City, and was produced by Mike Chapman. “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked “Parallel Lines” at number 140 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. “NME” magazine ranked the album at number 18 on its list of the “100 Best Albums of All Timeand at number 45 on its list of the “500 Greatest Albums of All Time”. The album was certified 4 x Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”; Platinum in Uk by “BPI”, and Platinum in US by “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Deborah Harry– vocals
  • Chris Stein– guitar, 12-string guitar, E-bow
  • Clem Burke– drums
  • Jimmy Destri– electronic keyboards
  • Nigel Harrison– bass guitar
  • Frank Infante– guitar
  • Robert Fripp– guitar
  • Pete Coleman – engineering, assisting production
  • Steve Hall – mastering
  • Grey Russell – assistant engineer
  • Frank Duarte – illustration
  • Edo Bertoglio – photography
  • Maripol – stylist
  • Ramey Communications – art directionand design
  • Jerry Rodriguez – lettering

Track listing:

  1. Hanging on the Telephone – Jack Lee
  2. One Way or Another – Deborah Harry, Nigel Harrison
  3. Picture This – Deborah Harry, Chris Stein, Jimmy Destri
  4. Fade Away and Radiate – Chris Stein
  5. Pretty Babe – Deborah Harry, Chris Stein
  6. I Know but I Don’t Know – Frank Infante
  7. 11:59 – Jimmy Destri
  8. Will Anything Happen? – Jack Lee
  9. Sunday Girl – Chris Stein
  10. Heart of Glass – Deborah Harry, Chris Stein
  11. I’m Gonna Love You Too – Joe B. Mauldin, Niki Sullivan, Norman Petty
  12. Just Go Away – Deborah Harry

 

In August 1976.

In August 1976, “Asylum” label released “Hasten Down the Wind”, the seventh Linda Ronstadt  studio album. It was recorded May – July 1976, at “The Sound Factory” in Los Angeles, and was produced by Peter Asher. In 1977, the album won “Grammy Award” for “Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female”. The album was certified Platinum in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Linda Ronstadt – lead and background vocals, handclaps
  • Andrew Gold- vocals, background vocals, organ, keyboards, ARP String Ensemble, finger cymbals, sleigh bells, handclaps, clavinet, acoustic and electric piano, electric, rhythm and acoustic guitar, clavichord
  • Dan Dugmore- electric and steel guitar
  • Wendy Waldman- electric and acoustic guitar
  • Kenny Edwards- bass guitar, mandolin, background vocals
  • Russ Kunkel, Michael Botts– drums
  • Clarence McDonald- piano, keyboards
  • Herb Pedersen- background vocals
  • Paul Polivnick – viola
  • Bill Thedford – vocals, choir, chorus
  • Ken Yerke – violin, viola
  • Ron Hickland, Gerry Garrett – choir, chorus
  • Sherlie Matthews- background vocals
  • Clydie King- vocals, choir, chorus
  • Wendy Waldman- background vocals
  • Peter Asher- guitar, wood block, shaker, handclaps, vocals, tambourine, percussion
  • David Campbell- conductor, string arrangements, viola
  • Charles Veal – violin, concertmaster
  • Richard Feves – bass guitar, double bass
  • Gerald Garrett, Jim Gilstrap – vocals, choir, chorus
  • Pat Henderson – vocals, choir, chorus, background vocals
  • Ron Hicklin – vocals
  • Dennis Karmazyn – cello
  • Becky Louis, Karla Bonoff- background vocals
  • Don Henley- drums, lead and harmony vocals
  • John Kosh- cover design
  • Ethan Russell, Jim Shea – photography

Track listing:

  1. Lose Again – Karla Bonoff
  2. The Tattler – Ry Cooder, Russ Titelman, Washington Phillips
  3. If He’s Ever Near – Karla Bonoff
  4. That’ll Be the Day – Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Norman Petty
  5. Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Norman Petty – Linda Ronstadt, Kenny Edwards, Gilbert Ronstadt
  6. Hasten Down the Wind – Warren Zevon
  7. Rivers of Babylon – Brent Dowe, Trevor McNaughton
  8. Give One Heart – John Hall, Johanna Hall
  9. Try Me Again – Linda Ronstadt, Andrew Gold
  10. Crazy – Willie Nelson
  11. Down So Low – Tracy Nelson
  12. Someone to Lay Down Beside Me – Karla Bonoff

In August 1969.

In August 1969, “Polydor” label released the self-titled, debut and only Blind Faith album. It was recorded February – June 1969, at “Olympic Studios” and “Morgan Studios”, and was produced by Jimmy Miller. The album was certified 3 x Platinum in Australia by “ARIA”, Platinum in Canada by “Music Canada”, Platinum in Netherlands by “NVPI”, Platinum in Norway by “IFPI Norway” and Platinum in US by the “RIIA”. “Rolling Stone” magazine ranked the album at number 14 on its list of the “The 30 Greatest One Album Wonders”.

Personnel:

  • Steve Winwood– keyboards, vocals, guitars; bass guitar
  • Eric Clapton– guitars; vocals
  • Ric Grech– bass guitar, violin; vocals
  • Ginger Baker– drums, percussion; vocals
  • George Chkiantz, Keith Harwood, Andy Johns, Alan O’Duffy – engineers
  • Andy Johns, Jimmy Miller – mixing
  • Stanley Miller, Bob Seidemann– cover design and photography
  • Chris Blackwell, Robert Stigwood– executive producers
  • Margaret Goldfarb – production co-ordination

Track listing:

  1. Had to Cry Today – Stevie Winwood
  2. Can’t Find My Way Home – Stevie Winwood
  3. Well All… Right – Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauldin, Norman Petty
  4. Presence of the Lord – Eric Clapton
  5. Sea of Joy – Stevie Winwood
  6. Do What You Like – Ginger Baker

In July 1981.

In July 1981, “RCA” label released “The Visitor”, album by Mick Fleetwood. It was recorded January – February 1981, at “Ghana Film Industries, Inc. Studio” in
Accra, Ghanabetween, and was produced by Richard Dashut and Mick Fleetwood.

Personnel:

  • Mick Fleetwood– drums, percussion; water gong
  • George Hawkins – vocals, bass guitar, piano, organ; guitar
  • Todd Sharp – lead guitar, rhythm guitar
  • Lord Tiki – hand drums
  • Ebaali Gbiko – hand drums, backing vocals
  • Accra Roman Catholic Choir – backing vocals
  • Superbrains – percussion
  • Adjo Group – vocals, percussion
  • The Ghana Folkloric Group – vocals, percussion
  • Peter Green– lead and theme guitar, vocals
  • George Harrison– slide guitar, 12-string guitar and backing vocals
  • Ian Bairnson– lead guitar , rhythm guitar
  • Richard Dashut– additional percussion
  • Sara Fleetwood – backing vocals
  • Mike Moran– Prophet 5 synthesizer
  • Andrew Powell– string arrangement
  • Executive producer – Mickey Shapiro
  • Engineered by Bill Doudelman, Randy Ezratty, and Richard Dashut

Track listing:

  1. Rattlesnake Shake – Peter Green
  2. You Weren’t in Love – Bill Field
  3. O’ Niamali – Nii Amartey
  4. Super Brains – B. Crentsil
  5. Don’t Be Sorry, Just Be Happy – Todd Sharp
  6. Walk a Thin Line – Lindsey Buckingham
  7. Not Fade Away – Charles Hardin, Norman Petty
  8. Cassiopeia Surrender – George Hawkins
  9. The Visitor – K. Ganjo
  10. Amelle (Come on Show Me Your Heart) – Nii Amartey