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In June 1971.

In June 1971, “Columbia” label released “Bird on a Wire”, the sixth Tim Hardin album. It was recorded in 1971, and was produced by Ed Freeman and Bob Devere.

Personnel:

  • Tim Hardin – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Joe Zawinul– keyboards
  • Warren Bernhardt– keyboards
  • Sam T. Brown – guitar
  • Bill Chelf – keyboards
  • Ed Freeman – guitar, string and horn arrangements
  • Monte Dunn – guitar
  • Steve Haas – drums, percussion
  • Paul Hornsby– keyboards
  • Bill Keith– pedal steel guitar
  • Tony Levin– bass
  • Glen Moore– bass
  • Richard Bock – cello
  • George Ricci – cello
  • Margaret Ross – harp
  • Ralph MacDonald– drums, percussion
  • Natoga – drums, percussion
  • Alphonse Mouzon– drums, percussion
  • Mike Mainieri– vibraphone, background vocals
  • Canby Singers – background vocals
  • Robert Popwell– bass
  • Rob Rothstein– bass
  • Joe Rudd – guitar
  • Bill Stewart – drums, percussion
  • Gilles Malkine – guitar
  • Ralph Towner– guitar
  • Miroslav Vitouš– bass
  • Collin Walcott– vibraphone, background vocals
  • Jim Greene, Lacy O’Neal, Doug Pomeroy – engineer
  • Lous Schlossberg – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Tim Hardin, except where noted.

  1. Bird on the Wire – Leonard Cohen
  2. Moonshiner – traditional
  3. Southern Butterfly
  4. A Satisfied Mind – Joe Hayes, Jack Rhodes
  5. Soft Summer Breeze
  6. Hoboin’ – John Lee Hooker, Joe Josea
  7. Georgia on My Mind – Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell
  8. Andre Johray
  9. If I Knew
  10. Love Hymn

 

In February 1972.

In February 1972, “Capricorn” label released “Dinnertime”, the second Alex Taylor album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin.

Personnel:

  • Alex Taylor- vocals
  • Scott Boyer- guitar, background vocals
  • Chuck Leavell- piano, keyboards, vibraphone
  • Paul Hornsby- organ, keyboards
  • Johnny Sandlin- bass, moog synthesizer
  • Wayne Perkins- bass, guitar, slide guitar
  • John Hughey- steel guitar
  • Jim Nalls- guitar
  • Charlie Hayward- bass
  • Jaimoe- percussion, conga, timbales
  • Bill Stewart- drums
  • Roger Hawkins- percussion, conga, tambourine
  • Lou Mullenix- percussion, timbales
  • Earl Sims- percussion
  • Charles Chalmers, Sandra Chalmers, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, Donna Rhodes, Sandra Rhodes, Temple Riser, Steve Smith – background vocals
  • Recording engineer – Steve Smith, Johnny Sandlin
  • Remixing – Johnny Sandlin, Jeff Willens, Richard Rosebrough, Danny Tuberville
  • Photography: Barry Feinstein, Tom Wilkes
  • Executive Supervisor: Phil Walden

Track listing:

  1. Change Your Sexy Ways – Alex Taylor, Chuck Leavell, Jim Nalls
  2. Let’s Burn Down the Cornfield – Randy Newman
  3. Comin’ Back to You – Scott Boyer
  4. Four Days Gone – Stephen Stills
  5. Payday – Jesse Winchester
  6. Who’s Been Talking? – Howlin’ Wolf
  7. Who Will the Next Fool Be? – Charlie Rich
  8. From a Buick Six – Bob Dylan

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 October 1973.

In October 1973, “Capricorn” label released “Laid Back”, the debut Gregg Allman solo studio album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Record Plant” in New York City, and “Capricorn Sound Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin and Gregg Allman.

Personnel:

  • Gregg Allman – vocals, organ, acoustic guitar
  • Tommy Talton – acoustic, electric and slide guitars, dobro, tambourine
  • Buzz Feiten– guitar
  • Jim Nalls – guitar
  • Scott Boyer – acoustic, electric and steel guitars, electric piano
  • Chuck Leavell– acoustic and electric pianos, vibes
  • Paul Hornsby– organ, keyboards, clavinet
  • Charlie Hayward– bass
  • David Brown – bass
  • Johnny Sandlin – bass
  • Bill Stewart – drums
  • Jai Johanny Johanson– percussion, conga
  • Butch Trucks– percussion, cabasa
  • David “Fathead” Newman– saxophone
  • Max Cahn, Tony Posk – violin
  • Ed Freeman – strings and horn arrangements, conductor
  • Carl Hall, Linda November, Hilda Harris, Cissy Houston, Emily Houston, June McGruder, Helene Miles, Eileen Gilbert, Maretha Stewart, Albertine Robinson – backing vocals
  • Johnny Sandlin – arranger, engineer
  • Ovie Sparks, Buddy Thornton, Jim Reeves – engineer
  • George Marino – engineer, mastering
  • Abdul Mati Klarwein – cover art

Track listing:

All tracks by Gregg Allman; except where noted.

  1. Midnight Rider – Gregg Allman, Robert Kim Payne
  2. Queen of Hearts
  3. Please Call Home
  4. Don’t Mess Up a Good Thing – Oliver Sain
  5. These Days – Jackson Browne
  6. Multi-Colored Lady
  7. All My Friends – Scott Boyer
  8. Will the Circle Be Unbroken – traditional; arranged by Gregg Allman and Johnny Sandlin

In August 1975.

On August 20, 1975, “Capricorn” label released “Searchin’ for a Rainbow”, the fourth  Marshall Tucker Band studio album. It was recorded July 1974 – May / June 1975, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray- lead vocals, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell- lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, steel guitar
  • Tommy Caldwell- bass guitar, backing vocals
  • George McCorkle – acoustic and electric guitars, guitars, banjo
  • Jerry Eubanks- flute, alto, baritone and tenor saxophone, backing vocals
  • Paul Riddle – drums
  • Dickey Betts- guitar solo
  • Paul Hornsby– piano, organ
  • Charlie Daniels– fiddle
  • Chuck Leavell – electric piano
  • Jerome Joseph – congas
  • Al McDonald – mandolin
  • Leo LaBranche – trumpet, horn section arrangements
  • George Marino – mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell, except where noted.

  1. Fire on the Mountain – George McCorkle
  2. Searchin’ for a Rainbow
  3. Walkin’ and Talkin’
  4. Virginia
  5. Bob Away My Blues
  6. Keeps Me from All Wrong – Tommy Caldwell
  7. Bound and Determined
  8. Can’t You See” (Recorded Live July 31, 1974 at the Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee Wisconsin)

In June 1976.

In June 1976, “Capricorn” label released “Long Hard Ride”, the fifth Marshall Tucker Band studio album. It was recorded in 1976, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Toy Caldwell – lead vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, steel guitar
  • Doug Gray – lead vocals, percussion
  • George McCorkle – electric and acoustic guitars, banjo
  • Jerry Eubanks – flute, alto, baritone and tenor saxophone, backing vocals
  • Tommy Caldwell – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Paul Riddle – drums
  • George Marino – mastering engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell, except where noted.

  1. Long Hard Ride
  2. Property Line
  3. Am I the Kind of Man
  4. Walkin’ the Streets Alone
  5. Windy City Blues – Jerry Eubanks, Doug Gray, George McCorkle
  6. Holding On to You – George McCorkle
  7. You Say You Love Me
  8. You Don’t Live Forever – Tommy Caldwell

In April 1973.

In April 1973, “Capricorn” label released the debut, self-titled Marshall Tucker Band album. It was recorded in 1973, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray – lead vocals, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell – lead vocals, lead guitar, steel guitar
  • Tommy Caldwell – bass guitar, percussion, backing vocals
  • George McCorkle – acoustic and rhythm guitar, percussion
  • Paul Riddle – drums
  • Jerry Eubanks – flute, alto saxophone, backing vocals
  • Paul Hornsby – acoustic and electric piano, organ, Moog synthesizer
  • Paul Hornsby, Buddy Thornton – recording
  • James Flournoy Holmes – illustrations, design
  • Hearon, J. Duckworth (Camera House) – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell.

  1. Take the Highway
  2. Can’t You See
  3. Losing You
  4. Hillbilly Band
  5. See You Later, I’m Gone
  6. Ramblin’
  7. My Jesus Told Me So
  8. AB’s Song
  9. Everyday (I Have the Blues)” (Live at Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, CA, September 1973) – bonus track

In March 1971.

In March 1971, “Capricorn” label released “Alex Taylor with Friends and Neighbors”, the debut Alex Taylor album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Johnny Sandlin.

Personnel:

  • Alex Taylor- vocals
  • James Taylor- guitar
  • Scott Boyer- guitar, background vocals
  • Tommy Talton- guitar
  • Paul Hornsby- keyboards
  • Johnny Sandlin- bass
  • Peter Kowalke- guitar
  • Joe Rudd- guitar
  • Bill Stewart- drums
  • King Curtis- saxophone
  • Willie Bridges- saxophone
  • Ronnie Cuber- saxophone
  • Frank Wess- saxophone
  • Daniel Moore- trumpet
  • William S. Fischer- conductor, string arrangements
  • Recording Engineer: Lewis Hahn, Jim Hawkins
  • Art Direction: Jimmy Roberts
  • Photography: Mickey Dobo
  • Executive Supervisor: Frank Fenter

Track listing:

  1. Highway Song – James Taylor
  2. Southern Kids – Scott Boyer
  3. All in Line – Tommy Talton
  4. Night Owl – James Taylor
  5. C Song – Scott Boyer
  6. It’s All Over Now – Bobby Womack, Shirley Womack
  7. Baby Ruth – Johnny Wyker
  8. Take Out Some Insurance – Charles Singleton
  9. Southbound – Dickey Betts

In February 1974.

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In February 1974, “Capricorn” label released “A New Life”, the second Marshall Tucker Band album.  It was recorded in 1973, at “Capricorn Studios” in Macon, Georgia, and was produced by Paul Hornsby.

Personnel:

  • Doug Gray- lead vocals, guitar, percussion
  • Toy Caldwell- lead vocals, steel, slide and electric guitar
  • George McCorkle- guitar, banjo
  • Tommy Caldwell- bass guitar, background vocals
  • Paul Riddle -drums
  • Jerry Eubanks -flute, saxophone, keyboards, background vocals
  • Paul Hornsby- keyboards
  • Charlie Daniels- fiddle
  • Jaimoe- conga, conductor
  • Earl Ford -horn
  • Oscar Jackson – horn
  • Todd Logan – horn
  • Harold Williams – horn
  • Sam Whiteside, Paul Hornsby – recording
  • George Marino – mastering
  • Wondergraphics, David and Jimmy Holmes – art direction

Track listing:

All tracks by Toy Caldwell.

  1. A New Life
  2. Southern Woman
  3. Blue Ridge Mountain Sky
  4. Too Stubborn
  5. Another Cruel Love
  6. You Ain’t Foolin’ Me
  7. 24 Hours at a Time
  8. Fly Eagle Fly