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In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Island” label released “Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)”, the second Brian Eno album. It was recorded in September 1974, at “Island Studios” in London, and was produced by Brian Eno.

Personnel:

  • Brian Eno– vocals, electronics, snake guitar, keyboards
  • Phil Manzanera– guitar, production assistance
  • Brian Turrington – bass guitar, piano
  • Freddie Smith – drums
  • Robert Wyatt– percussion, backing vocals
  • Portsmouth Sinfonia– strings
  • Randi and the Pyramids – chorus
  • The Simplistics – chorus
  • Andy Mackay– brass
  • Phil Collins– drums
  • Polly Eltes – vocals
  • Peter Schmidt– oblique strategies, album cover art
  • Rhett Davies– engineering
  • Robert Ash – engineering assistance
  • Denny Bridges (AIR) – audio engineering
  • Jon Walls (AIR) – engineering assistance
  • Nicholas Pearson – special aide
  • Bill Kelsey – special equipment
  • Simon Heyworth – mastering
  • David Hill – Ampex ATR 2Ch Tape playback with ARIA electronics
  • John Bonis – typography, lettering

Track listing:

All tracks by Brian Eno, except where noted.

  1. Burning Airlines Give You So Much More
  2. Back in Judy’s Jungle
  3. The Fat Lady of Limbourg
  4. Mother Whale Eyeless
  5. The Great Pretender
  6. Third Uncle – Brian Eno, arranged by Brian Turrington
  7. Put a Straw Under Baby
  8. The True Wheel – Brian Eno, Phil Manzanera
  9. China My China
  10. Taking Tiger Mountain
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In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Capricorn” label released “Where We All Belong”, the third  Marshall Tucker Band album. Part of the album is with studio recordings and part of the album is with live recordings. The live parts were recorded at “Uhlein Hall, Performing Arts Center” in Milwaukee, and the studio parts were recorded at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia. The album was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray– lead vocals, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell– electric, acoustic and steel guitar, lead vocals
  • Tommy Caldwell– bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Billy Sanders – rhythm guitar, harmonica
  • George McCorkle– electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
  • Jerry Eubanks– flute, alto, baritone and tenor saxophone, backing vocals
  • Paul Riddle – drums
  • Charlie Daniels– fiddle
  • Elvin Bishop – slide guitar
  • Johnny Vernazza – slide guitar
  • Billy Sanders – harmonica, rhythm guitar
  • Paul Hornsby – piano, organ, clavinet
  • Earl Ford – trombone
  • Jerry Joseph – conga
  • Steve Madaio – trumpet
  • Sam McPhearson – harp
  • Stein – fiddle

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell, except where noted.

Studio tracks:

  1. This Ol’ Cowboy
  2. Low Down Ways
  3. In My Own Way
  4. How Can I Slow Down
  5. Where a Country Boy Belongs
  6. Now She’s Gone – Toy Caldwell, Tommy Caldwell
  7. Try One More Time

Live Tracks:

  1. Ramblin
  2. 24 Hours at a Time
  3. Everyday (I Have the Blues) – Peter Chatman
  4. Take the Highway

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “United Artists” label released “Soon Over Babaluma”, the sixth Can studio album. It was recorded in 1974, at “Inner Space Studios”, and was produced by Michael Karoli, Irmin Schmidt, Jaki Liebezeit and Holger Czukay.

Personnel:

  • Holger Czukay – bass, chief engineer, editing
  • Michael Karoli – vocals, violin, guitar, backing vocals
  • Irmin Schmidt – organ, electric piano, Alpha 77, electronic percussion
  • Jaki Liebezeit – drums, percussion
  • Ulli Eichberger – artwork, design

Track listing:

  1. Dizzy Dizzy – lyrics by Duncan Fallowell; music by Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt
  2. Come Sta, La Luna – Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt
  3. Splash – Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt
  4. Chain Reaction – Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt
  5. Quantum Physics – Holger Czukay, Michael Karoli, Jaki Liebezeit, Irmin Schmidt

 

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Warner Bros” label released “Wish You Were Here”, the sixth Badfinger album. It was recorded April – May 1974, at “Caribou Ranch” in Nederland, Colorado; “AIR Studios” in London, and was produced by Chris Thomas.

Personnel:

  • Pete Ham– vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Joey Molland– vocals, guitar
  • Mike Gibbins– drums, keyboards, lead vocals
  • Tom Evans– vocals, bass
  • Average White Horns– horns

Track listing:

  1. Just a Chance – Pete Ham
  2. Your So Fine – Mike Gibbins
  3. Got to Get Out of Here – Joey Molland
  4. Know One Knows – Pete Ham
  5. Dennis – Pete Ham
  6. In the Meantime/Some Other Time – Mike Gibbins, Joey Molland
  7. Love Time – Joey Molland
  8. King of the Load (T) – Tom Evans
  9. Meanwhile Back at the Ranch/Should I Smoke – Pete Ham, Joey Molland

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “MCA” label released “There’s the Rub”, the fifth Wishbone Ash studio album. It was recorded August – September 1974, at “Criteria Recording Studio C” in Miami Florida, and was produced by Bill Szymczyk.

Personnel:

  • Martin Turner– bass, lead vocals
  • Andy Powell– acoustic and electric guitars, backing vocals, mandolin
  • Laurie Wisefield– acoustic, electric and steel guitars, backing vocals, banjo
  • Steve Upton– drums, percussion
  • Albhy Galuten– organ, synthesizers
  • Nelson Flaco Padron – congas

Track listing:

All tracks by Wishbone Ash

  1. Silver Shoes
  2. Don’t Come Back
  3. Persephone
  4. Hometown
  5. Lady Jay
  6. U.B.B.

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Purple” label released “Stormbringer”, the ninth Deep Purple studio album. It was recorded August – September 1974, at “Musicland Studios” in Munich, “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles, and was produced by David Coverdale, Ritchie Blackmore, Jon Lord, Glen Hughes, Ian Paice and Martin Birch.

Personnel:

  • David Coverdale– lead vocals
  • Ritchie Blackmore– lead guitars
  • Jon Lord– organ, keyboards, electric piano, backing vocals
  • Glenn Hughes– bass guitar, lead vocals
  • Ian Paice– drums, percussion, mixing
  • Martin Birch – engineer, miixing
  • Reinhold Mack, Hans Menzel – engineer assistance
  • Gary Webb, Garry Ladinsky – mixing assistance
  • Lucille Handberg – cover photography

Track listing:

  1. Stormbringer – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale
  2. Love Don’t Mean a Thing – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice
  3. Holy Man – David Coverdale, Glen Hughes, Jon Lord
  4. Hold On – David Coverdale, Glen Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice
  5. Lady Double Dealer – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale
  6. You Can’t Do It Right (With the One You Love) – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glen Hughes
  7. High Ball Shooter – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice
  8. The Gipsy – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale, Glenn Hughes, Jon Lord, Ian Paice
  9. Soldier of Fortune – Ritchie Blackmore, David Coverdale

 

In November 1974.

In November 1974, “Curtom” label released “Got to Find a Way”, the sixth studio Curtis Mayfield  album. It was recorded in “Curtom Studios” in Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Curtis Mayfield.

Personnel:

  • Richard Tufo – arranger
  • Roger Anfinsen – engineer
  • Milton Sincoff – creative direction
  • William S. Harvey – artwork

Track listing:

All tracks by Curtis Mayfield.

  1. Love Me (Right in the Pocket)
  2. So You Don’t Love Me
  3. Prayer
  4. Mother’s Son
  5. Cannot Find a Way
  6. Ain’t No Love Lost