In November 1974, “Caroline” label released “Lady June’s Linguistic Leprosy”, the debut Lady June (June Campbell Cramer) album. It was recorded in 1974, and was produced by David Vorhaus.
Lady June – vocals Kevin Ayers – vocals, guitar, bass Brian Eno – vocals, electronic guitar, bass, imminent, linearment, lunar lollipops Pip Pyle – drums Martha – vocals David Vorhaus – kaleidophone, mix Jakob Klasse – piano Kim Solomon – piano
All music by June Campbell Cramer, all music by Kevin Ayers except where noted.
Some Day Silly Twenty Three Reflections Am I? – Kim Solomon Everythingsnothing Tunion The Tourist Bars The Letter Mangel/Wurzel To Whom It May Not Concern Optimism – Brian Eno Touch Downer
In October 1968, “ABC Dunhill” label released “The Second”, the second Steppenwol
f studio album. It was recorded in 1968, at “American Recording Co” in Studio City, in CA, and was produced by Gabriel Merker.
John Kay – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica Michael Monarch – lead guitar Goldy McJohn – organ, piano Rushton Moreve – bass Jerry Edmonton – vocals, drums Bill Cooper – engineer Richard Podolor – engineer Gary Burden – art direction, cover design Henry Diltz – photography
All tracks by John Kay, except where noted.
Faster Than the Speed of Life – Dennis Edmonton Tighten Up Your Wig None of Your Doing – John Kay, Gabriel Mekler Spiritual Fantasy Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam 28 – Gabriel Mekler Magic Carpet Ride – John Kay, Rushton Moreve Disappointment Number Lost and Found by Trial and Error Hodge, Podge, Strained Through a Leslie Resurrection Reflections – John Kay, Gabriel Mekler
On October 4, 1982, “ECM” label released “Trio Music”, the 24
th Chick Corea album. It was recorded in November 1981, and was produced by Manfred Eicher.
Chick Corea – piano Miroslav Vitouš – bass Roy Haynes – drums Martin Wieland – engineer, engineer
Trio Improvisation 1 – Chick Corea, Roy Haynes, Miroslav Vitouš Trio Improvisation 2 – Chick Corea, Roy Haynes, Miroslav Vitouš Trio Improvisation 3 – Chick Corea, Roy Haynes, Miroslav Vitouš Duet Improvisation 1 – Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitouš Duet Improvisation 2 – Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitouš Trio Improvisation 4 – Chick Corea, Roy Haynes, Miroslav Vitouš Trio Improvisation 5 – Chick Corea, Roy Haynes, Miroslav Vitouš Slippery When Wet – Chick Corea Rhythm-A-Ning – Thelonious Monk ‘Round Midnight – Bernie Hanighen, Monk, Cootie Williams Eronel – Thelonious Monk Think of One – Thelonious Monk Little Rootie Tootie – Thelonious Monk Reflections – Thelonious Monk Hackensack – Thelonious Monk
On March 5, 1999, “Sensor” label released the self – titled, debut Gordian Knot album. It was recorded in 1998, and was produced by Trey Gunn and Sean Malone.
Sean Malone – fretless bass, chapman stick, keyboards
John Myung – chapman stick
Trey Gunn- warr guitar
Glenn Snelwar – guitars, mandolins
Ron Jarzombek- guitars
Adam Levy- guitars
Sean Reinert – drums, percussion
All tracks by Sean Malone, except where noted.
Reflections – Glenn Snelwar, Sean Malone, Sean Reinert
Megrez – Trey Gunn, Sean Malone
Singularity – Sean Malone, Glenn Snelwar, Sea Reinert
Komm süsser Tod, komm sel’ge – S. Bach, arranged by Sean Malone
Rivers Dancing – Sean Malone, Glenn Snelwar, Sean Reinert
On November 27, 1971, “RCA” label released “Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be”, the debut Sweet album. It was recorded in 1971, at “Nova Sound Studios” in London, and was produced by Phil Wainman.
Brian Connolly— lead vocals
Steve Priest— bass guitar, lead and backing vocals,
Andy Scott— guitars, lead and backing vocals
Mick Tucker— drums, backing vocals
John Roberts — bass
Phil Wainman— drums, percussion
Pip Williams— guitar, arrangement
Fiachra Trench- arrangements
All tracks by Mike Chapman and Nicky Chinn except where noted.
Reflections – Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier, Edward Holland, Jr.
Honeysuckle Love – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
Santa Monica Sunshine
Daydream – John Sebastian
Tom Tom Turnaround
Jeanie – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
Sunny Sleeps Late
Spotlight – Brian Connolly, Steve Priest, Andy Scott, Mick Tucker
In October 1968, “ABC Dunhill” label released “The Second”, the second Steppenwolf studio album. It was recorded in 1968, at “American Recording Co”, and was produced by Gabriel Mekler.
John Kay– lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
Michael Monarch– lead guitar
Goldy McJohn– organ, piano
Rushton Moreve– bass
Jerry Edmonton– drums, vocals, lead and co-lead vocals
Bill Cooper, Richard Podolor– engineer
Gary Burden– cover design
Henry Diltz– photography
All tracks by John Kay, except where noted.
Faster Than the Speed of Life – Mars Bonfire
Tighten Up Your Wig
None of Your Doing – John Kay, Gabriel Mekler
Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam
28 – Mekler
Magic Carpet Ride – John Kay, Rushton Moreve
Disappointment Number – unknown
Lost and Found by Trial and Error
Hodge, Podge, Strained Through a Leslie
Reflections – JohnKay, Gabriel Mekler
In April 1971, “Epic” label released the debut, self-titled Chase album. It was recorded in 1971, at Chicago, Illinois, and was produced by Frank Rand and Bob Destocki.
Bill Chase- lead & solo trumpet
Ted Piercefield- trumpet, lead vocal
Alan Ware– trumpet
Jerry Van Blair- trumpet, lead vocal
Phil Porter- keyboards
Dennis Johnson- bass guitar, vocals
Lucian Gondran- guitar, vocals
Jay Mitthauer- percussion
Terrance Richard Marinan- lead vocals
Open Up Wide – Bill Chase
Livin’ In Heat – B. Hall, Turner, M. Walker
Hello Groceries – O’Rourke
Handbags and Gladrags – Mike d’Abo
Get It On – Bill Chase, Terry Richards
Boys and Girls Together – Jim Peterik
Invitation to a River
Two Minds Meet – Raub, Bill Chase
Stay – Raub, Bill Chase
Paint It Sad – Raub, Bill Chase
Reflections – Bill Chase
River – Richards, Bill Chase
In February 1976, “Round Records” label released “Reflections”, the third Jerry Garcia solo album. It was recorded in 1975, and was produced by Jerry Garcia.
Jerry Garcia – vocals, guitar, organ
Bob Weir- guitar, background vocals
Phil Lesh- bass
Bill Kreutzmann- drums
Keith Godchaux- Fender Rhodes, tack piano
Donna Jean Godchaux- background vocals
Mickey Hart- drums, percussion
John Kahn- organ
Nicky Hopkins- piano
John Kahn – bass, organ, synthesizer, vibraphone
Ron Tutt– drums
Larry Knechtel- Fender Rhodes
Donna Jean Godchaux, Bob Weir – background vocals
Dan Healy – engineer
Rob Taylor, Willi Deenihan, Joel Edelstein – assistant engineer
Smiggy – engineer, mix – down engineer
Steve Brown, Kidd, Ramrod, Steve Parrish – production assistant
Mike Steirnagel – cover art
Ria Lewerke – art direction
Might As Well – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
Mission In the Rain – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
They Love Each Other – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter
I’ll Take a Melody – Allen Toussaint
It Must Have Been the Roses – Robert Hunter
Tore Up Over You – Hank Ballard
Catfish John – Bob McDill, Allen Reynolds
Comes a Time – Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter