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In January 1973.

In January 1973, “Palladium” label released “Back in ’72”, the sixth Bob Seger studio album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Paradise Studios” in Tijuana, Oklahoma, “Pampa Studios” in Warren, Michigan, and “Muscle Shoals Sound” in Sheffield, Alabama, and was produced by Punch Andrews and Bob Seger.

Personnel:

  • Bob Seger – guitar, vocals, mixing, design
  • Jack Ashford– maracas, marimba, tambourine
  • Barry Beckett– organ, piano, electric piano
  • Philip Bliss – steel guitar, vocals
  • “Bonzo Eddie” Brown– conga
  • J. Cale, Pete Carr, Bill Mueller – guitar
  • Tommy Cartmell – flute, saxophone
  • Roger Hawkins, Jamie Oldaker– drums
  • David Hood– bass guitar
  • Jimmy Johnson– rhythm guitar
  • Sergio Pastora – conga, tambourine, timbales
  • Scherrie Payne, Luke Smith, Marcy Levy– background vocals
  • Dick Sims – organ, piano, keyboard, clavinet, pedal bass
  • Jim Bruzzese, John LeMay, Jerry Masters, Greg Miller – engineers
  • Punch Andrews, Jim Bruzzese – mixing
  • Thomas Weschler, Christopher Wharf – design
  • Thomas Weschler – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Seger, except where noted.

  1. Midnight Rider – Gregg Allman, Robert Payne
  2. So I Wrote You a Song
  3. Stealer – Andy Fraser, Paul Rodgers, Paul Kossoff
  4. Rosalie
  5. Turn the Page
  6. Back in ‘72
  7. Neon Sky
  8. I’ve Been Working – Van Morrison
  9. I’ve Got Time
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In September 1981.

In September 1981, “Rough Trade” label released “Mecca”, the third Cabaret Voltaire studio album. It was recorded in May 1981, at “Western Works” in Sheffield, and was produced by Chris Watson, Richard H. Kirk and Stephen Mallinder.

Personnel:

  • Christopher R. Watson– organ, tape, recording, sleeve design
  • Richard H. Kirk– synthesizer, guitar, clarinet, horns, strings, recording, sleeve design
  • Stephen Mallinder– vocals, bass guitar, bongos, recording, sleeve design
  • Nik Allday – drums
  • Porky – mastering
  • Neville Brody– sleeve design

Track listing:

All tracks Chris Watson, Richard H. Kirk and Stephen Mallinder.

  1. A Touch of Evil
  2. Sly Doubt
  3. Landslide
  4. A Thousand Waves
  5. Red Mask
  6. Split Second Feeling
  7. Black Mask
  8. Spread the Virus
  9. A Touch of Evil (reprise)

In September 1972.

In September 1972, “Columbia” label released “My Time”, the fifth Boz Scaggs album. It was recorded in 1972, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Sheffield, Alabama, and “CBS Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Rot Halee and Boz Scaggs.

Personnel:

  • Boz Scaggs – vocals, electric guitar
  • Barry Beckett– piano
  • Pete Carr – electric guitar
  • Charles Chalmers– saxophone, background vocals
  • Sandra Chalmers – background vocals
  • Roger Hawkins– drums
  • Eddie Hinton– acoustic guitar
  • David Hood– bass guitar
  • Clayton Ivey – organ, keyboards
  • Jimmy Johnson– electric guitar
  • Donna Rhodes – background vocals
  • David Brown– bass guitar
  • Dorothy Morrison – background vocals
  • George Rains – drums
  • Linda Tillery– background vocals
  • Joachim Young – keyboards
  • Muscle Shoals Horns, Bob Ferreira, Tom Harrell, Mel Martin, Jim Rothermel, Jack Scherer, Jules Broussard – horns
  • Anne Garner – graphics
  • Ethan A. Russell – photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Boz Scaggs, except where noted.

  1. Dinah Flo
  2. Slowly in the West – David Brown
  3. Full-Lock Power Slide
  4. Old Time Lovin’ – Al Green
  5. Might Have to Cry
  6. Hello My Lover – Allen Toussaint
  7. Freedom for the Stallion – Allen Toussaint
  8. He’s a Fool for You
  9. We’re Gonna Roll
  10. My Time

In July 1980.

In July 1980, “Rough Trade” label released “The Voice of America”, the second Cabaret Voltaire studio album. It was recorded March–April 1980 at “Western Works” in Sheffield, England, and was produced by Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder, Chris Watson and Haydn Boyes.

Personnel:

  • Richard H. Kirk– guitar, wind instruments, recording
  • Stephen Mallinder– vocals, bass guitar, electronic percussion, recording
  • Chris Watson– synthesizers, tapes, recording
  • Haydn Boyes Weston – drums, recording
  • Porky– mastering

Track listing:

All tracks by Richard H. Kirk, Stephen Mallinder and Chris Watson.

  1. The Voice of America/Damage Is Done
  2. Partially Submerged
  3. Kneel to the Boss
  4. Premonition
  5. This Is Entertainment
  6. If the Shadows Could March
  7. Stay Out of It
  8. Obsession
  9. News From Nowhere
  10. Messages Received

In April 1977.

In April 1977, “Island” label released “Izitso”, the tenth Cat Stevens studio album. It was recorded September 1976 – March 1977, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Sheffield, Alabama;“Sound 80 Studios” in Minneapolis; “Ardent Studios” in  Memphis, Tennessee; “Le Studio”, “Morin Heights” in Quebec, Canada;  “Sweet Silence Studios” in Copenhagen, Denmark, and was produced by Cat Stevens
and David Kershenbaum.

Personnel:

  • Cat Stevens– electric and acoustic guitars, steel guitar, guitar synthesizer, bouzouki, keyboards, piano, celesta, harpsichord, Wurlitzer electric piano, Fender Rhodes, Polymoog, Moog synthesizer, Minimoog, ARP String Synthesizer, ARP 2600, Yamaha CS-80, Yamaha GX-1, Yamaha  EA5R  electronic organ, music sequencer,[5] drums, percussion, harmonica,  brass,  arrangements, vocals, programming, illustrations, cover design
  • Jean Roussel– Hammond organ, piano, organ, synthesizer, ARP String Synthesizer, Yamaha CS-80, keyboards, flute, glockenspiel, vibraphone, string instruments, brass instruments, arrangements
  • David Campbell– string and brass arrangements
  • Chick Corea– electric piano, keyboards
  • Barry Beckett– piano, electric piano, organ, keyboards
  • Tim Henson– acoustic piano, piano, organ, keyboards
  • Little Brother Montgomery– ARP 2600
  • Broderick Smith– harmonica
  • Marjorie Lagerwall– harp
  • Ray Gomez– guitar
  • Pete Carr– electric and acoustic guitar, steel guitar, ovation guitar, Epiphone Casino, guitar synthesizer, bouzouki
  • Jim Johnson– rhythm guitar
  • Weldon Myrick– steel guitar
  • Reggie Young– electric guitar
  • Bruce Lynch– double bass, electbass, bass synthesizer
  • David Hood– double bass, bass, bass synthesizer
  • Andy Newmark– drums, percussion
  • Bill Berg– drums, percussion
  • Barry Morgan– drums, percussion
  • Roger Hawkins– drums, percussion
  • Elkie Brooks– vocals on
  • Suzanne Lynch– backing vocals
  • Carla Benson– backing vocals
  • Evette Benton– backing vocals
  • Barbara Ingram– backing vocals
  • Gene Page– string instruments, brass instruments, arrangements
  • Engineers – Harvey Goldberg, Mike Stavros, Ian Boughey, Nigel Walker, Flemming Rasmussen, Tom Jung, Paul Martinson, Nick Blagona, Mike Ross, Freddy Hansson, Steve Brandon, Jerry Masters, Gene Eichelberger, Dee Robb, John Kelly, Ken Frieson
  • Mastering – Ted Jensen, Bernie Grundman
  • Mixing – Claude Dupras
  • Design – Mathieu Bitton
  • Programming – Cat Stevens, Claude Dupras
  • Supervisor – Bill Levenson
  • Cover Designs – Eckford Stimpson
  • Photography – Moshe Brakha
  • Coordinator – Beth Stempel

Track listing:

All tracks by Cat Stevens, except where noted.

  1. (Remember the Days of the) Old Schoolyard
  2. Life
  3. Killin’ Time
  4. Kypros
  5. Bonfire
  6. (I Never Wanted) To Be a Star
  7. Crazy
  8. Sweet Jamaica
  9. Was Dog a Doughnut?- Cat Stevens, Bruce Lynch, Jean Roussel
  10. Child for a Day – Paul Travis, David Gordon

In April 1975.

In April 1975, “Capitol” label released “Beautiful Loser”, the eighth Bob Seger studio album. It was recorded in 1975, at “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio” in Sheffield, Alabama, and was produced by Bob Seger, Barry Beckett, Pete Carr, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Spooner Oldham and Punch Andrews.

Personnel:

  • Bob Seger – vocals, guitar, slide guitar, harmonica, piano, mixing
  • Barry Beckett- grand piano, organ, synthesizer, electric piano
  • Pete Carr- lead guitar, acoustic guitar
  • Roger Hawkins- drums, percussion
  • David Hood- bass guitar
  • Jimmy Johnson- rhythm guitar
  • Spooner Oldham- organ, electric piano
  • Harrison Calloway – trumpet
  • Ron Eades – baritone saxophone
  • Charles Rose – trombone
  • Harvey Thompson – tenor saxophone
  • Drew Abbott– guitar
  • Chris Campbell – bass guitar
  • Charlie Martin – drums
  • Robin Robbins – organ
  • Kenny Bell – guitar
  • Tom Cartmell- saxophone
  • Paul Kingery – guitar solo
  • Robyn Robbins – mellotron
  • Stoney & Rocky – background vocals
  • Punch Andrews– mixing
  • Jim Bruzzesse – engineering
  • Jerry Masters – engineering
  • Steve Melton – engineering
  • Greg Smith – engineering

Track listing:

All tracks by Bob Seger, except where noted.

  1. Beautiful Loser
  2. Black Night
  3. Katmandu
  4. Jody Girl
  5. Travelin’ Man
  6. Momma
  7. Nutbush City Limits – Tina Turner
  8. Sailing Nights
  9. Fine Memory

On May 28, 1982.

Glenn Frey No Fun Aloud

On May 28, 1982, “Asylum” label released “No Fun Aloud”, the debut Glenn Frey solo studio album. It was recorded 1981-1982, at “Wilder Bros. Studios” and “Rudy Records” in Los Angeles, “Muscle Shaols Sound” in Sheffield, Alabama, “Bayshore Recording Studio” in Miami, and was produced by Glenn Frey, Allan Blazek and Jim Ed Norman. The album was certified Gold in US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Glenn Frey-  organ,  synthesizer,  bass,  guitar,  piano,  drums,  keyboards, electric piano, vocals, backing vocals, clavinet
  • Wayne Perkins- acoustic guitar
  • Duncan Cameron – electric guitar
  • Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar- lead guitar
  • Josh Leo- lead guitar
  • Roger Hawkins- bass, drums
  • Bryan Garofalo – bass
  • Bob Glaub- bass
  • David Hood- bass
  • Roberto Piñón – bass
  • Michael Huey- drums
  • John “J.R.” Robinson- drums
  • Allan Blazek – keyboards
  • Clayton Ivey – piano
  • David “Hawk” Wolinski- organ, synthesizer
  • Al Garth – tenor saxophone
  • Greg Smith- saxophone, backing vocals
  • William Bergman – saxophone
  • Harvey Thompson – saxophone
  • Lee Thornburg- trumpet
  • Jim Coile – saxophone
  • Ronnie Eades – saxophone
  • Jim Horn- saxophone
  • Ernie Watts- saxophone
  • John Berry, Jr. – trumpet
  • Jim Ed Norman- strings
  • Steve Forman – percussion
  • Heart Attack Horns
  • Tom Kelly- backing vocals
  • Marcy Levy- backing vocals
  • Bill Champlin- backing vocals
  • Oren Waters- backing vocals
  • Maxine Waters – backing vocals
  • The Monstertones – backing vocals
  • Urban Azoff – backing vocals
  • Hugh Gotteny – backing vocals
  • Leon Blazek – backing vocals
  • Tommy Obnozzio – backing vocals
  • Maxine Willard Waters – backing vocals
  • Floyd Tempchin – backing vocals
  • Freddy Buffett – backing vocals
  • Buckley Wideface – backing vocals
  • Julia Waters – backing vocals
  • Engineers: Allan Blazek, Steve Melton
  • Assistant engineers: Glenn Frey, Ray Blair, George Gomez, Ben King, Mary Beth McLemore, Jay Parti
  • Mixing: Allan Blazek
  • Horn arrangements: Jim Ed Norman, Lee Thornburg
  • String arrangements: Jim Ed Norman
  • Art Direction: Jeff Adamoff
  • Design: Jeff Adamoff
  • Photography: Jim Shea

Track listing:

All tracks Glenn Frey and Jack Tempchin, except where noted.

  1. I Found Somebody
  2. The One You Love
  3. Partytown
  4. I Volunteer – Jack Tempchin, Bill Bodine
  5. I’ve Been Born Again – Don Davis, James Dean
  6. Sea Cruise – Huey “Piano” Smith, Johnny Vincent
  7. That Girl – Glenn Frey, Bob Seger
  8. All Those Lies – Glen Frey
  9. She Can’t Let Go
  10. Don’t Give Up