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In July 1972.

In July 1972, “Warner Bros” label released “Saint Dominic’s Preview”, the sixth Van Morrison studio album. It was recorded 1971 – 1972, at “Wally Heider Studios”, “Pacific High Studios” in San Francisco, “The Church” in San Anselmo, California,  and was produced by Ted Templeman and Van Morrison.

Personnel:

  • Van Morrison— vocals, acoustic, rhythm and twelve string guitar, backing vocals, arrangements
  • Jules Broussard — tenor saxophone, flute
  • Lee Charlton — drums
  • Bill Church— bass
  • Ron Elliott— acoustic guitar
  • “Boots” Houston — tenor saxophone, backing vocals
  • Mark Jordan — piano
  • Connie Kay— drums
  • Bernie Krause— Moog synthesizer
  • Gary Mallaber— drums, percussion, vibraphone
  • John McFee— steel guitar
  • Doug Messenger — electric and acoustic guitars
  • Ronnie Montrose— acoustic guitar, backing vocals
  • Mark Naftalin— piano, Moog synthesizer
  • Pat O’Hara — trombone
  • Janet Planet — backing vocals
  • Tom Salisbury — piano, organ
  • Rick Shlosser- drums
  • Ellen Schroer — backing vocals
  • Jack Schroer— alto and baritone saxophones
  • Mark Springer — backing vocals
  • Leroy Vinnegar— double bass
  • Engineers: Donn Landee, Bob Schumaker, Jim Gaines, Dave Brown, Steve Brandon
  • Mixing: Donn Landee, Bob Schumaker
  • Photography: Michael Maggid
  • Arrangements – Tom Salisbury
  • Remastering – Tim Young, Walter Samuel

Track listing:

All tracks by Van Morrison.

  1. Jackie Wilson Said (I’m in Heaven When You Smile)
  2. Gypsy
  3. I Will Be There
  4. Listen to the Lion
  5. Saint Dominic’s Preview
  6. Redwood Tree
  7. Almost Independence Day

 

 

 

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In April 1972.

In April 1972, “Capitol” label released “Comin’ Thru”, the seventh Quicksilver Messenger Service album.

Personnel:

  • Dino Valenti– vocals, guitar, congas
  • Gary Duncan– guitar, vocals
  • Chuck Steaks – organ
  • Mark Ryan – bass
  • Greg Elmore– drums
  • Ken Balzell – trumpet
  • Dalton Smith– trumpet
  • Bud Brisbois– trumpet
  • Pat O’Hara – trombone
  • Charles C. Loper – trombone
  • Sonny Lewis – saxophone
  • Donald Menza– saxophone

Track listing:

  1. Doin’ Time in the U.S.A. – Gary Duncan
  2. Chicken – traditional, arranged by Dino Valenti
  3. Changes – Dino Valenti
  4. California State Correctional Facility Blues – Dino Valenti, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore, Chuck Steaks
  5. Forty Days – Dino Valenti, Gary Duncan, Greg Elmore
  6. Mojo – Dino Valenti
  7. Don’t Lose It – Gary Duncan, Dino Valenti

In March 1971.

In March 1971, “Columbia” label released “Moments”, the third Boz Scaggs album. It was recorded in 1970, at “Wally Heider Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Glyn Johns.

Personnel:

  • Boz Scaggs – guitar, vocals
  • George Rains – drums
  • David Brown – bass
  • Jymm (Joachim) Young – keyboards
  • James “Curley” Cooke – guitar
  • Doug Simril: keyboards – guitar
  • Coke Escovedo, Pete Escovedo – percussion
  • Craymore Stevens – rhythm guitar
  • Bill Atwood – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Pat O’Hara – trombone, horn arrangements
  • Mel Martin – saxophone
  • Brian Rogers – string arrangements
  • The Rita CoolidgeLadies Ensemble – backing vocals
  • John McFee – steel guitar
  • Ben Sidran – keyboards, vibraphone
  • Glyn Johns – mixing
  • Anne Blackford – cover design
  • George H. Conger – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Boz Scaggs; except where noted

  1. We Were Always Sweethearts
  2. Downright Women
  3. Painted Bells
  4. Alone, Alone – David Brown
  5. Near You
  6. I Will Forever Sing (The Blues) – Powell St. John
  7. Moments
  8. Hollywood Blues
  9. We Been Away – David Brown
  10. Can I Make It Last (Or Will It Just Be Over)

 

In December 1971.

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In December 1971, “Columbia” label released “Boz Scaggs & Band”, the fourth Boz Scaggs album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Olympic Studios” in London, “CBS Studios” in New York City, and “CBS Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Boz Scaggs and Glyn Johns.

Personnel:

  • Boz Scaggs – guitar, vocals
  • David Brown– bass
  • Eddie Lee Charlton – drums
  • Chepito Areas – conga, timbales
  • Mike Carabello – percussion, conga, timbales
  • Lee Charleton – sound effects
  • Rita Coolidge– background vocals
  • Dorothy Morrison – background vocals
  • Mel Martin – saxophone
  • Pat O’Hara – trombone
  • Tom Poole – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • George Rains – drums, percussion
  • Doug Simril – guitar, piano
  • Joachim Jymm Young – organ, piano, keyboards, vibraphone

Track listing:

All tracks by Boz Scaggs, except where noted.

  1. Monkey Time – Bob Scaggs, Clive Arrowsmith
  2. Runnin’ Blue – Bob Scaggs, Patrick O’Hara
  3. Up to You – Bob Scaggs, Clive Arrowsmith
  4. Love Anyway
  5. Flames of Love – Bob Scaggs, Clive Arrowsmith
  6. Here to Stay
  7. Nothing Will Take Your Place
  8. Why Why – Bob Scaggs, Tim Davis
  9. You’re So Good

In December 1970.

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In December 1970, “Capitol” label released “What About Me”, the fifth Quicksilver Messenger Service album. It was recorded May – June 1970, and was produced by John Palladino. “What About Me” the last album to feature pianist Nicky Hopkins.

Personnel:

  • Dino Valenti– lead vocals, guitar, percussion
  • Gary Duncan– guitar, backing vocals, bass, percussion, organ
  • John Cipollina– guitar, percussion
  • David Freiberg– bass, backing vocals, lead vocal, guitar
  • Greg Elmore– drums, percussion
  • Nicky Hopkins– piano
  • Mark Naftalin- piano
  • Martin Fierro- tenor and alto saxes, flute
  • Frank Morin – tenor sax
  • Pat O’Hara -trombone
  • Jose Rico Reyes -conga, percussion, backing vocals
  • Ron Taormina -baritone and soprano saxes

Track listing:

  1. What About Me – Jesse Oris Farrow
  2. Local Color – John Cipollina
  3. Baby Baby – Jesse Oris Farrow
  4. Won’t Kill Me – David Freiberg
  5. Long Haired Lady – Jesse Oris Farrow
  6. Subway – Gary Duncan, Jesse Oris Farrow
  7. Spindrifter – Nicky Hopkins
  8. Good Old Rock and Roll – Jesse Oris Farrow
  9. All in My Mind – Gary Duncan, Jesse Oris Farrow
  10. Call on Me – Jesse Oris Farrow