Sonny Bono - Inner Views cover art



An Individually Numbered Limited Edition Of 1,500
(One Thousand Five Hundred) Copies.
16 Tracks (Including 1 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD With A 20-Page Booklet.
Catalogue Number: RHM2 7704

This page compiled by Harry Young

For one brief shining moment
there was a label known as Rhino Handmade.

Rhino Handmade (Phase One: July 1999 - December 2001)
was the golden era of
Roland Worthington Hand (Curator, Rhino Handmade
Institute Of Petromusicology),
Rectangle Van Elk (Assistant To The Curator),
D K Baker (Deputy Chief Archivist),
Bryan Lasley with Patrick Pending
(Art Direction And Design),
Bryan Thomas (Institute Wordsmith) and
Michael Johnson (Institute Artists And Repertoire).

Rhino Handmade (Phase One)
Website Magicians:
Analise Hairabedian and Ben Trask.

Rhino Handmade (Phase One)
Remastering: Bob Fisher,
Bill Inglot and Dan Hersch.

Rhino Handmade (Phase One) released 51
super high quality individually numbered CDs.

Rhino Handmade (Phase One) was a top-grade operation that paid supreme attention to chronological, artistic and sonic details.

Original artwork, labels and tape boxes mattered.

Credits, precise recording dates, release dates
and master numbers were important.

Liner notes were newly researched,
original pieces of writing.

Everything was there for a reason.

But the reasons were not always spelled out for the uninitiated.

Each project revealed another aspect of the company:
Rhino Handmade, an obscure little division of
Rhino Entertainment Company (7701),
Rhino Handmade, an overtly psychedelic division of
Rhino Entertainment Company (7704),
Rhino Handmade, a genetically altered division of
Rhino Entertainment Company (7718),
Rhino Handmade, a righteously soulful division of
Rhino Entertainment Company (7733),
and Rhino Handmade, a fast and bulbous division of
Rhino Entertainment Company (7741).

The right and sometimes left inner edges of Rhino Handmade (Phase One) tray cards boasted important secret messages like
YEH, THAT'S REALLY GROOVY (7733),
CAPTAIN BEEFHEART CALLS IT [planet earth]
GOD'S GOLFBALL (7741) and
I ALREADY BEEN WHERE YOU'RE COMING FROM / I'M A BONE DAD WRANGLER ON THE MOODUS RUN (7787).

Rhino Handmade (Phase Two) began in 2002 with
7734 FANNY

Many Phase One CDs are still available
through various internet retailers.

We must never forget
that for one brief shining moment
there was a superb label known as
Rhino Handmade (Phase One).


7701 WILD MAN FISCHER
Early Warning #1 Order 2 August 1999
Liner Notes by
Roland Worthington Hand
(Curator, Rhino Handmade Institute Of Petromusicology)
and Larry Fischer
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
1,000 (One Thousand)
Copies
100 Tracks (Including
15 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 20-Page Booklet
And A 9.5 x 14.25 Inch
[24 x 36 Centimeter]
Mini-Poster

7702 SWEETWATER
EW #2 Order 16 August 1999
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
10,000 (Ten Thousand)
Copies
19 Tracks (Including
3 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Entered Billboard's Top Internet Albums
26 February 2000 at #16

7703 TOWER OF POWER
EW #3 Order 30 August 1999
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
10,000 (Ten Thousand)
Copies
A 14-Track
Previously Unreleased
Studio Album Recorded
Between 1980 And 1983
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7704 SONNY - INNER VIEWS
EW #4 Order 13 September 1999
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Numbered
Limited Edition Of
1,500 (One Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
16 Tracks (Including
1 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7705 TIM BUCKLEY - WORKS IN PROGRESS
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
7,500 (Seven Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
16 Tracks (Including
14 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Entered Billboard's Top Internet Albums
26 February 2000 at #13
Track #2 now
Track #7 on
THE BEST OF TIM BUCKLEY
Rhino CD R2 74116
3 October 2006 and
Six 7705 Tracks became
Track #s 1 - 6 on
THE DREAM BELONGS TO ME:
RARE AND UNRELEASED RECORDINGS
1968 / 1973
Manifesto MFO 40706
2001

7705 TIM BUCKLEY - WORKS IN PROGRESS
Reissued 13 October 2017
With Roland Worthington Hand
compilation producer credit
& original disc face
design intact
Card Sleeve
in
TIM BUCKLEY -
THE COMPLETE ALBUM COLLECTION
Rhino Elektra 081227933852

7706 VEE-JAY BOXED SET
A Rhino Handmade Found ObjectTM

7707 THE STOOGES
EW # Order 22 November 1999
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies

Order 25 October 2010
Ship 16 November 2010
A Non-Individually
Numbered
Reissued Edition

142 Tracks (Including
133 Previously Unreleased)
A 7-CD Boxed Set
With Six 8-Page Folders
And A 9.5 x 19 Inch
[24 x 48 Centimeter]
Mini-Poster

7708 DEV-O LIVE
EW # Order 5 October 1999
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
22 Tracks (Including
10 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
In A Clear Plastic Sleeve
With An 8-Page Folder

7709 LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III
EW #10 Order 6 December 1999
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
24 Tracks (Including
1 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Handmade Credits
& Liner Notes:
Real Gone Music RGM-0461
3 June 2016

7710 TINY TIM
EW #17 Order 31 July 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,500 (Three Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
26 Previously
Unreleased Tracks
A Single CD
With An 6-Page Folder
Including
A 28-Page 2.0 x 4.75 Inch
[5.0 x 12.0 Centimeter]
Original Concert
Programme Replica

7711 JACK WEBB
EW #15 Order 3 July 2000
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Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
25 Tracks
A Single CD
With An 8-Page Folder
Warner Bros album 1207
Billboard review 15 September 1958
Warner Bros single 5003
Billboard review 6 October 1958
Warner Bros album 1217
Billboard review 27 October 1958

7712 MARK MOTHERSBAUGH
EW # Order 11 October 1999
An Individually
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Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
A New 12-Track
Studio Album
Recorded In 1999
A Single CD
With A 5-Page Folder

7713 DAVID PEEL
EW # Order 22 May 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
7,500 (Seven Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
21 Tracks (Including
2 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7713 DAVID PEEL (67:53)
First version with several longer,
unedited American Revolution album
standalone performances without
final spoken word links
and overdubs

7713 RE-1 DAVID PEEL (63:26)
Replacement and later,
standard version with correct
American Revolution
album master

DAVID PEEL
Elektra album EKS 74032
Billboard review
23 November 1968
Elektra album EKS 74069
All Songs Except
Hey Mr Draft Board
© 5 March 1970
Billboard review
4 April 1970

7714 THE SKY KINGS
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Copies
24 Tracks (Including
19 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7715 THE MONKEES
HEADQUARTERS SESSIONS
EW #14 Order 19 June 2000
Project Producer:
Andrew Sandoval
Disc One / Two / Three
Tracks 1 - 16
Mixed by
Andrew Sandoval
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
4,500 (Four Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
84 Tracks (Including
60 Previously Unreleased)
A 3-CD Set
With A 40-Page Booklet

7716 THE STALK-FORREST GROUP
EW # Order 12 February 2001
Released 23 April 2001
Liner Notes by Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
18 Tracks (Including
16 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
What Is Quicksand?
© 6 July 1969
Arthur Comics
© 6 July 1969
Elektra album
EKS 74043 Tom Paxton
Billboard review 2 August 1969
EKS 74044 Bread
Billboard review 9 August 1969
EKS 73046 THE STALK-FORREST GROUP
EKS 74049 Love
Billboard review 30 August 1969
EKS 74050 Stooges
Billboard review 2 August 1969
EKS 74051 Rhinoceros
Billboard review 13 September 1969
EKS 74052 Judy Collins
Billboard review 13 September 1969
60403 Elektrock (The Sixties)
Billboard review 7 December 1985
Wounded Bird
WOU 4046
May 2013 &
8 September 2017

7717

7718 DEVO - RECOMBO DNA
EW # Order 8 May 2000
Liner Notes and Annotation by
Roland Worthington Hand
(Curator, Rhino Handmade Institute Of Petromusicology)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
42 Previously
Unreleased Tracks
A 2-CD Set
With A 20-Page Booklet
And A 9.5 x 14.25 Inch
[24 x 36 Centimeter]
Mini-Poster

7719 DAN HICKS
Liner Notes by Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
Reviewed
MOJO #152
July 2006
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
4,500 (Four Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
22 Tracks
9 Previously Unreleased
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
WB album BSK 3158
Pub 16 February 1978
Reg 28 February 1978
Artwork / Photos
Pub 16 February 1978
Reg 18 August 1978
Billboard review
25 February 1978
Cash Box review
4 March 1978
Melody Maker review
25 March 1978
Rolling Stone review
15 June 1978
WB single
8569 DAN HICKS
Not reviewed in
Billboard or Cash Box but
8566 and 8568
Cash Box reviews
22 April 1978
Billboard reviews
29 April 1978
Ralph Bakshi's
Hey Good Lookin'
(Music by John Madara
and Ric Sandler)
Variety review
25 August 1982
NYT review
1 October 1982
Wounded Bird
WOU 3158
8 September 2017

7720 ESSRA MOHAWK
EW #18 Order 14 August 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
2,500 (Two Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
22 Tracks
A Single CD
With A 24-Page Booklet
Reprise album RS6377
Billboard review 16 May 1970
Asylum album
7E 1020 Traffic
Cash Box review 14 September 1974
7E 1021 The Hagers
Billboard review 26 October 1974
7E 1022 JO JO GUNNE
Released 12 November 1974
7E 1023 ESSRA MOHAWK

7721

7722 JO JO GUNNE
EW #19 Order 28 August 2000
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Numbered
Limited Edition Of
2,500 (Two Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
21 Tracks (Including
3 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 16-Page Booklet
Wounded Bird
WOU 7722
10 September 2013

7723 JO JO GUNNE
EW #20 Order 11 September 2000
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Numbered
Limited Edition Of
2,500 (Two Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
22 Tracks (Including
2 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 16-Page Booklet
Wounded Bird
WOU 7723
10 September 2013

7724

7725

7726

7727 ZACHARY RICHARD
EW # Order April 2001
Ship 20 July 2001
Liner Notes by Thane Tierney
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
17 Tracks (Including
16 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Track #s 1 - 3, 7 and 10 © 29 March 1974
Le Nouveau Two Step De La Louisiana
(B. Zachary Richard - James Trussart)
© 6 December 1974

7728 THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION
EW #22 Order 9 October 2000
Copy 0001 / 3000
In Your Archivist's Collection
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
116 Tracks (Including
43 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 24-Page Booklet
Cotillion Album
SD 9031 SATIRE OF
THE CONCEPTION CORPORATION
A PAUSE IN THE DISASTER
Billboard Review
12 December 1970
One of 31 Atlantic
Atco Cotillion LPs
Shown As
NOVEMBER RELEASES
Billboard Ad
21 November 1970
SD 9051 CONCEPTION CORPORATON
CONCEPTIONLAND AND OTHER STATES OF MIND
Billboard Review
18 March 1972

7729

7730

7731

7732

7733 CHER - 3614 JACKSON HIGHWAY

EW #25 Order 20 November 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
4,500 (Four Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
23 Tracks (Including
5 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 24 Page Booklet
Production Reference
REF CD: 22 Tracks
RE-1 REF CD: 23 Tracks
GRADE A COLLECTABLES
FOR TYPE A COLLECTORS
Is A Trademark Of
The Rhino Handmade Institute
Of Petromusicology
Wounded Bird
WOU 7733
8 September 2017

7734

7735

7736

7737

7738

7739

7740

7741 CAPTAIN BEEFHEART
EW#16 Order 17 July 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
19 Previously
Unreleased Tracks
A 2-CD Set
With A 12-Page Folder

7742

7743

7744

7745


526138 PERCY SLEDGE -
THE ATLANTIC RECORDINGS (1966 - 1974)
EW 26 November 2010
Ship 21 December 2010
104 Tracks
5 Unreleased
4 Discs
60 page velvet - wrapped book
Compilation Produced by
Bill Inglot & David Gorman
Remastering: Dan Hirsch at DigiPrep


7753 WILSON PICKETT - FUNKY MIDNIGHT MOVER
THE ATLANTIC STUDIO RECORDINGS
(1962 - 1978)
EW 12 January 2010
154 Tracks
15 Unreleased
6 Discs
92 page linen - wrapped book
Compilation Produced by
Bill Dahl, Ted Springman &
Michael W. Johnson
Sound Produced by
Bill Inglot
Mastering:
Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot


7891 ALLAN SHERMAN - MY SON, THE BOX
8 November 2005
An individually numbered limited edition of 4,000 Copies
149 Tracks
31 Unreleased
6 Discs
Compilation Produced by
Michael W. Johnson, Mark Leviton
and Robert B. Sherman


7866 GOD BLESS TINY TIM:
THE COMPLETE REPRISE RECORDINGS
18 April 2006
An individually numbered limited edition of 3,000 Copies
107 Tracks
45 Unreleased
3 Discs
Compilation Produced by
Gary Peterson

Special Thanks:
David Baker


330684 (2564 69929 1) JOY DIVISION
IN MEMORY BOX SET (Vinyl)
11 September 2007

JOY DIVISION Hand Annotated by
Harry Young 2007

UNKNOWN PLEASURES
FACT 10
Melody Maker Reviews
21 July 1979 by Jon Savage,
28 March 1981 and
10 July 1993 by David Stubbs
FACTUS 1
Qwest 25840

CLOSER
FACT XXV
dark red vinyl
Label: 9 May 1980
NME Review 19 July 1980 by Charles Shaar Murray
Melody Maker Review 26 July 1980 by Paulo Hewitt
NME / Melody Maker Not Published
19 April - 7 June 1980:
Labor Strike
FACTUS VI
colour vinyl
Rolling Stone Review 28 May 1981 by Mikal Gilmore
Rolling Stone Ad 9 July 1981
Qwest 25841

Love Will Tear Us Apart
FAC 23A (45 RPM)
Label: FOR * ML /
These Days
Love Will Tear Us Apart
FAC 23B (33 1/3 RPM)
Label: 18 April 1980
dark red vinyl
Melody Maker Review 28 June 1980
NME Review 28 June 1980 by Paul Rambali

Love Will Tear Us Apart
FAC 23-12A (45 RPM)
Label: FOR * ML /
These Days
Love Will Tear Us Apart
FAC 23-12B (45 RPM)
Label: 27 June 1980

Love Will Tear Us Apart /
These Days
FACUS 23

Atmosphere
FACUS 2 / UK A
She's Lost Control
FACUS 2 / UK B
Label: 2 September 1980
Melody Maker Review 13 September 1980
by Lynden Barber

She's Lost Control
Atmosphere
FACUS 2

Final show:
Friday 2 May 1980
Ian Curtis d.
Sunday 18 May 1980

STILL
FACT 40
Town House Cutting Report: 7 May 1981
Label: 1 August 1981
Factory / PolyGram Canada FACD 07 / 08
Label: 13 November 1981
with unlisted Twenty Four Hours at end of Side 3
NME Review 17 October 1981 by Chris Bohn
Melody Maker Review 17 October 1981
Qwest 26495

Sons Of Chance Take Good Care
For All The People Not There


TIM BUCKLEY
Hand Annotated by
Harry Young 2013

Signings, Billboard
8 October 1966:
The Doors and Tim Buckley both to Elektra.
Buckley's debut disk will be "Wings."

Elektra album
EKL-4004 / EKS-74004
TIM BUCKLEY
Billboard New Release (Mono)
19 November 1966 p. 53

Record World Review (Mono)
12 November 1966 p. 8
Billboard Ad
19 November 1966 p. 1
Cash Box Review (Mono)
19 November 1966 p. 56
Billboard Review (Mono)
26 November 1966 p. 62
~ page incorrectly dated
19 November 1966 !

Elektra album
EKL-318 / EKS-7318
GOODBYE AND HELLO
Billboard New Release
30 September 1967 p. 20
Billboard Review
30 September 1967 p. 40
Entered Billboard
4 November 1967 peak #171, 5 weeks
Monarch Delta 10810 / 10810-X

Billboard
23 March 1968
Shorewood Bows Unipak, New Gatefold Jacket:
Costing less than half the price of the
normal double fold jacket...

Billboard
20 July 1968, p.3
Elektra Meet Unveils Fall Program:
The six new Elektra pressings include top-selling artists Judy Collins, the Doors, the Butterfield Blues Band and Tim Buckley.

Stereo Only
Elektra album EKS-
74024 Cash Box Review
3 August 1968
74025 Entered Billboard
24 August 1968
74027 Entered Billboard
30 November 1968
74028 GOODBYE AND HELLO
74029 Billboard Review
23 November 1968
74030 LP Out Shortly, Cash Box
19 October 1968 (Live Review)
74030 Billboard Review
30 November 1968

Elektra single EK-
45605 Entered Billboard
30 July 1966

45606 TIM BUCKLEY
Wings /
Grief In My Soul
Billboard Mention
15 October 1966:
Released Last Week
45608 Billboard Review
26 November 1966
45610 Entered Billboard
31 December 1966
45611 Entered Billboard
8 April 1967

45612 TIM BUCKLEY
Aren't You The Girl /
Strange Street Affair Under Blue
Billboard Review
11 March 1967
45615 Entered Billboard
Bubbling Under
27 May 1967
45616
45617

45618 TIM BUCKLEY
ONCE UPON A TIME 2:17 /
LADY GIVE ME YOUR HEART [KEY]
45619
45620
45621 Entered Cash Box
23 September 1967
45622

45623 TIM BUCKLEY
Morning Glory /
Once I Was
Billboard Review
23 December 1967
Record World Review
23 December 1967
45624 Entered Cash Box
2 December 1967

Elektra album EKS-
74045 HAPPY SAD
Monarch Delta 13093 / 13093-X
Billboard Review 19 April 1969 p. 28
Entered Billboard 19 April 1969
peak #81, 12 weeks

74032 Billboard Review
23 November 1968
74033 Cash Box Review
7 December 1968
74036 Cash Box Review
29 March 1969
74037 Billboard Review
15 March 1969
74042 Cash Box Review
1 March 1969
74043 Billboard review
2 August 1969
74044 Billboard review
9 August 1969
74045 HAPPY SAD
Billboard Review 19 April 1969 p. 28
74049 Billboard review
30 August 1969
74050 Billboard review
2 August 1969
74051 Cash Box Review
26 July 1969


Record World
15 February 1969
Pat Boone To Tetragrammaton
HOLLYWOOD - Pat Boone has signed an exclusive recording pact with Tetragrammaton Records, announces Tetra Chairman of the Board, Roy Silver.
Boone's company, Thistle Productions, Inc., will produce all product on the singer, whose records have sold in excess of 50 million copies, including 13 gold singles and seven gold LPs.
Boone's initial LP for Tetra, DEPARTURE, will be produced by Jerry Yester and Zal Yanovsky, for release before March 1. Jack Spina, Boone's manager and Vice-President of Thistle Productions, negotiated the terms of the contract with Arthur Mogull, President of Tetragrammaton.

Pat Boone signs exclusive pact with Tetragrammaton. Pictured standing (left): Tetragrammaton Execs Marvin Deane, VP and General Manager, Roy Silver, Chairman of the Board, Pat Boone (seated), Boone's manager, Jack Spina, Tetragrammaton President Arthur Mogull, and Ed Barsky, Executive VP.


Jerry Yester and Zal Yanovsky were clearly credited as Producers on Tim Buckley's HAPPY SAD and Yanovsky's ALIVE AND WELL IN ARGENTINA. But Pat Boone's DEPARTURE did not have overt production credits on the cover or labels.
While Assorted SPOONFULS were vaguely mentioned,
Jerry Yester's name did not appear at all and
Yanovsky was only referenced in terms of
Zalman's mother.

Tim Buckley HAPPY SAD
(Elektra Album EKS 74045)
Billboard Review 19 April 1969

(No Singles Issued)

Pat Boone July You're A Woman / Break My Mind
(Tetragrammaton Single T-1516)
Produced And Arranged by
Jerry Yester And Zal Yanovsky
Entered Billboard 12 April 1969, #100

Pat Boone DEPARTURE
(Tetragrammaton Album T-118)
Billboard Review 24 May 1969:
Side 1, Cut 4: SONG OF THE SIREN (Tim Buckley)

Pat Boone What's Gnawing At Me / Never Goin' Back
(Tetragrammaton Single T-1529)
[June 1969]
Produced And Arranged by
Jerry Yester And Zal Yanovsky
For Thistle Productions

Original: Zalman Yanovsky ALIVE AND WELL IN ARGENTINA
(Buddah Album BDS 5019)
Released June 1968, not Reviewed in Billboard;
BDS 5018 Billboard Review 13 July 1968
BDS 5020 Billboard Review 29 June 1968
Re-issue: Zalman Yanovsky ALIVE AND WELL IN ARGENTINA
(Kama Sutra Album KSBS 2030)
Billboard Review 27 February 1971,
now including the A side of the previously non-LP Single As Long As You're Here / ereH er'uoY sA gnoL sA (Buddah Single BDA 12) Billboard Review 23 September 1967, #101; Produced And Arranged by Jack Nitzsche; Produced by Koppleman-Rubin Associates, Inc., for Kama Sutra Productions, Inc.


Straight album STS-
1060 BLUE AFTERNOON
Billboard Review 29 November 1969 p. 66
Billboard ad 17 January 1970 p.7
Billboard ad 7 February 1970 p.13
Entered Billboard 7 February 1970 peak #192, 2 weeks

WS
1838 Billboard Review 9 May 1970
1839
1840 ALICE COOPER earlier Straight album STS-1051,
Entered Billboard 28 June 1969
1841 TIM DAWE earlier Straight album STS-1058
1842 BLUE AFTERNOON earlier Straight album STS-1060
1843 Billboard Review 28 February 1970
1844
1845 ALICE COOPER
Billboard Review 11 April 1970
earlier Straight album STS-1061

Elektra album EKS
74074 LORCA
Not Reviewed in Billboard
New Release For August, Billboard
8 August 1970
Record World Review
29 August 1970
New York Times Review
30 August 1970

Elektra album EKS
74066 Billboard Review
30 May 1970
74067 Billboard Review
13 June 1970
74069 Billboard Review 4 April 1970
74071 Billboard Review
19 September 1970
74074 LORCA
New Release For August,
Billboard 8 August 1970
74075 Billboard Review
13 June 1970
74076 Billboard Review
8 August 1970

Straight / Warner Brothers album WS-1881
STARSAILOR
Billboard review 7 November 1970

Warner Brothers album WS
1878 Billboard Review
10 October 1970
1879 Billboard Review
10 October 1970
1881 STARSAILOR
Billboard review 7 November 1970
(STARSAILOR Also Straight album STS-1064)
1882 Billboard Review
27 March 1971
1883 ALICE COOPER Billboard Review 13 March 1971
(ALICE COOPER Also Straight album STS-1065)
1884 Billboard Review
12 December 1970

Straight /
Warner Bros album BS-2631
GREETINGS FROM L.A.
Record World Review
2 September 1972

Warner Bros album BS-
2628 Billboard Review
12 August 1972
2629 Billboard Review
5 August 1972
2630 Billboard Review
30 September 1972
2631 GREETINGS FROM L.A.
2633 Billboard Review
5 August 1972
2634 Billboard Review
5 August 1972
2635 Billboard Review
14 October 1972

W B single
7619 Entered Cash Box
2 September 1972
7623 TIM BUCKLEY
Move With Me / Nighthawkin'
7624 Billboard review
9 September 1972

DiscReet album MS-
2157 SEFRONIA
Cash Box Review
29 September 1973
Record World Review
6 October 1973
Not Reviewed in Billboard
Hot Chart Action Billboard
22 September 1973
FM Action Pick Billboard
29 September 1973
FM Action Pick Billboard
13 October 1973
FM Action Pick Billboard
20 October 1973
Entered Billboard Bubbling Under
27 October 1973 peak #201, 5 weeks
Billboard Ad 3 November 1973

DiscReet album DS-
2201 LOOK AT THE FOOL
Billboard New Release
5 October 1974
Billboard Review
19 October 1974
Entered Billboard Bubbling Under
19 October 1974 Peak #208, 2 weeks
Billboard New Release
2 November 1974
2202 Billboard Review
28 September 1974

DiscReet single DIS
1187 TIM BUCKLEY
Quicksand / Stone In Love
Record World Review
24 November 1973
1189 TIM BUCKLEY
Dolphins / Honey Man
Record World Review
19 January 1974

DiscReet single DSS
1311 TIM BUCKLEY
Wanda Lu 2:57 / Who Could Deny You 4:20
1312 Entered Billboard and
Cash Box 19 October 1974

BEST OF TIM BUCKLEY
Rhino RNLP 112
Billboard New LP Release
3 September 1983
Billboard Review
3 December 1983

BLUE AFTERNOON
Enigma Retro 7 73504
1989
Rhino R2 70356

STARSAILOR
Enigma Retro 7 73505
1989
Rhino R2 70360

GREETINGS FROM L.A.
Enigma Retro 7 73506
1989
Rhino R2 70359

DREAM LETTER
LIVE IN LONDON 1968
Enigma Retro 7 73507
Billboard Review
7 July 1990
Rhino R2 70361
Manifesto MFO 40703
5 September 1995
Project Supervision
by Patrick Pending

SEFRONIA
Enigma Retro 7 73508
1989
Manifesto P23 40701

LOOK AT THE FOOL
Enigma Retro 7 73509
1989
Rhino R2 70357
Manifesto PT3 40702

HONEYMAN:
RECORDED LIVE 1973
Manifesto PT3 40704

LIVE AT THE TROUBADOUR 1969
Manifesto PT3 40705
Billboard Review
16 April 1994

THE DREAM BELONGS TO ME:
RARE AND UNRELEASED RECORDINGS
1968 / 1973
Manifesto MFO 40706
2001

MORNING GLORY:
THE TIM BUCKLEY ANTHOLOGY
Rhino Elektra R2 76722
20 March 2001
Project Assistance:
David Baker

THE BEST OF TIM BUCKLEY
Rhino CD R2 74116 (78:00)
3 October 2006
Special Thanks:
D.K. Baker
* on BEST OF TIM BUCKLEY
Rhino RNLP 112
Billboard New LP Release
3 September 1983
Billboard Review
3 December 1983

01. Aren't You The Girl *
02. Song For Janie *
03. I Can't See You *
04. Carnival Song *
05. Morning Glory
06. Goodbye And Hello *
07. Sing A Song For You Take 11
From RHM 2 7705
08. Once I Was
09. Strange Feelin' *
10. I Had A Talk With My Woman
11. Happy Time *
12. I Must Have Been Blind *
13. The River *
14. Song To The Siren *
15. Dolphins *
16. Martha
17. Move With Me
18. Look At The Fool

LIVE AT THE FOLKLORE CENTER, NYC:
MARCH 6TH, 1967
Tompkins Square
25 August 2009

526087 TIM BUCKLEY
(DELUXE EDITION)
EW 15 December 2010
Ship 10 January 2011
46 Tracks
22 Unreleased
2 Discs
Reissue Produced by
Mason Williams
Mastered by
Bruce Botnick
Liner Notes by
Thane Tierney
Special Thanks:
David K. Baker


TIM BUCKLEY
SINGLES
by Harry Young
For D K Baker
18 November 2016

01. Wings
02. Grief In My Soul
Elektra EK 45606
Signings 8 October 1966:
Debut disc will be "Wings."
Album ad 19 November 1966:
"Song For Jainie," Tim's upcoming single, is destined to be a top chart item.

03. Aren't You The Girl
04. Strange Street Affair Under Blue
UK Elektra EKSN 45008
Released 20 January 1967
Reissued 25 October 2010
Elektra EK 45612
Review 11 March 1967

05. Once Upon A Time
06. Lady, Give Me Your Key
Elektra EK 45618
Recorded March 1967

07. Morning Glory
08. Knight-Errant
UK Elektra EKSN 45018
Review 4 November 1967

07. Morning Glory
09. Once I Was
Elektra EK 45623
Review 23 December 1967

Once I Was
Phantasmagoria In Two
UK Elektra EKSN 45023
January 1968

Wings
I Can't See You
UK Elektra EKSN 45031
29 March 1968

10. Pleasant Street
11. Carnival Song
UK Elektra EKSN 45041
Review 12 October 1968

12. Happy Time
13. So Lonely
UK Straight S 4799
Released 24 April 1970

14. Move With Me
15. Nighthawkin'
Warner Bros. Straight WB 7623
August 1972

16. Quicksand
17. Stone In Love
DiscReet REP 1187
Review 24 November 1973

18. Dolphins
19. Honey Man
DiscReet DIS 1189
Review 19 January 1974

20. Wanda Lu
21. Who Could Deny You
DiscReet DSS 1311
October 1974


TIM BUCKLEY
D K Baker, 14 March 2006
1966 Elektra EKL-4004/EKS-74004 TIM BUCKLEY
1967 Elektra EKL-318/EKS-7318 GOODBYE AND HELLO
1968 Elektra EKS-74028 GOODBYE AND HELLO
1968 Elektra EKS-74045 HAPPY/SAD
1969 Straight STS-1060 BLUE AFTERNOON
1970 Elektra EKS-74074 LORCA
1970 Straight STS-1064 STARSAILOR
1972 Warner Bros. BS-2631 GREETINGS FROM L.A.
1973 DiscReet MS-2157 SEFRONIA
1974 DiscReet DS 2201 LOOK AT THE FOOL


RHINO / BIZARRE
Winter 1992

R2 70350 EASY ACTION
Encore 10 June 2008
R2 70351 PRETTIES FOR YOU
Encore 10 June 2008
R2 70352 TOOTH, FANG AND CLAW
R2 70353 CALL OF THE WILD
R2 70354 PERMANENT DAMAGE
R2 70355 THE BERKELEY CONCERT
R2 70356 BLUE AFTERNOON
R2 70357 LOOK AT THE FOOL
R2 70358 SEFRONIA
R2 70359 GREETINGS FROM L.A.
R2 70360 STARSAILOR
R2 70361 DREAM LETTER: LIVE IN LONDON 1968
R2 70362 THE PERSUSASIONS
R2 70363 LORD BUCKLEY
R2 70364 LICK MY DECALS OFF, BABY
R2 70365 SHINY BEAST (BAT CHAIN PULLER)


7726 JUDY HENSKE
2007
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
A 2-CD Set

Judy Henske & Jerry Yester Farewell Aldebaran
(LP, Straight STS-1052)
Album Review 14 June 1969: Wonder what Judy Henske, Jerry Henske [sic] and Zal Yanofsky [sic], those folk-rockers, have been doing with themselves lately? Here's the mellifluous answer - making a package of touched and touching new songs. Henske and Yester sing. Yester and Yanofsky [sic] produced.
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Trout Mask Replica (2LP, Straight STS-1053)
Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: Snowblind / Horses On A Stick (7" single, Straight ST 102) Single Review 5 July 1969: Jerry produced this with Zal Yanovsky, and all three of them wrote it. It's heavy on the ears, pleasantly.
Zapped (LP, Bizarre PRO 368)
Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: Horses On A Stick
Zapped (LP)
Judy Henske & Jerry Yester: St. Nicholas Hall


ROSEBUD
by Harry Young
For D K Baker
16 June 2017

12 September 1970
Record Plant's Los Angeles studios recently had the Association doing an album for Warner Bros. Records, Jerry Yester and Judy Henske doing an LP for Warner Bros.

October 1970
ROSEBUD
Reprise 0964
N1 901 0 Western Wisconsin [Mono]
N1 901 0 S [Stereo] /
N1 91 05 Lazy [Mono]
N1 91 05 S [Stereo]

23 January 1971 Ad
ROSEBUD:
Panama
on
Side 1
Non-Dairy Creamer
A Modest Survey of
Newcomers to Warner/
Reprise Records
Warner Bros PRO 443 (S39849)
Rosebud is a firm of veteran ace singer musicians. Judy Henske gained fame as a great lady folk singer whose comic routines were legitimately funny a few years back. She kind of dropped out of the business in the cause of wifehood but is now pleasantly rematerializing with the person who caused her disappearance, husband Jerry Yester. He is, in turn, brother of the Association's Jim Yester and a former member of the Modern Folk Quartet and the Lovin' Spoonful. John Seiter is known not to say much and, in the past, to have worn a big black hat with a feather stuck in it. He was once the drummer for Spanky and Our Gang and is the brother of Jim Seiter, the Byrds' road manager. Craig Doerge, for his part, is a keyboard mainstay of the Los Angeles recording session scene. He also sings. This is their first recording all together.

Rosalie
(w Judy Henske Yester m Craig Doerge
19 March 1971 EU241579)

24 April 1971
Also added to Reprise are Rosebud, a new group formed by Judy Henske and Jerry Yester, formerly of Straight Records.

24 April 1971
Other new [Reprise] artists include Rosebud, a new group formed by Judy Henske and Jerry Yester.

26 June 1971
At the Village Recorder, West Los Angeles, the combination of Jerry Yester and Judy Henske (they call themselves Rosebud) working on an album.

26 June 1971
Warner Packages Hot Platters Sampler

ROSEBUD:
Lullabye II (Summer Carol)
on
Side III
Hot Platters [Kin Casserole]
Warner Bros PRO 474 (S39971)
13 May 1972
The Art Directors Club
Gold Medal Award
Hot Platters
(Package)
Art Director:
Ed Thrasher

17 July 1971
Lucky 11 LPs from WB-Reprise
Eleven new albums will be released in July by Warner / Reprise and labels. Eight of the LPs have already shipped with the remaining three scheduled for release later in the month.
Reprise debuts include Rosebud, a group which includes Jerry Yester and Judy Henske

17 July 1971
JERRY YESTER, JUDY HENSKE,
CRAIG DOERGE, JOHN SEITER--
Rosebud
Reprise RS 6426
Rosebud is pleasant soft-rock and spotlights together Lovin' Spoonful Jerry Yester and folk songstress Judy Henske. With Craig Doerge, John Seiter and David Vaught, Rosebud offers middle of the road rock that sounds like a cross between Judy Collins and the Mamas & Papas, which is not bad. Sophisticated sweet-rock with plenty of group harmony is the fare.

24 July 1971
New LP / Tape Releases
YESTER, JERRY JUDY HENSKE,
CRAIG DOERGE, JOHN SEITER
Rosebud
(LP) Reprise RS 6426 ..$4.98

Reprise RS 6426
Side 1 (31, 139)
Playing Time: 17:34
Side 2 (31, 140)
Playing Time: 18:16

24 July 1971
ROSEBUD
Straight 6426 (Reprise).
Jerry Yester and Judy Henske have put another group together, and again they are something distinctive. Groups traditionally object to labels, but this is the rare group that truly defies categorization. In fact, they may be too slippery to be grasped by the market.

31 July 1971 Ad
Warner's And Reprise's Summer Breezes
(They Blow Equally Cool On Ampex-Distributed Tapes)

August 1971
ROSEBUD
Reprise / Straight 1036
PCA 0337 Reno /
N19134 Roll Home Cheyenne


7754 LEE HAZLEWOOD
STRUNG OUT ON SOMETHING NEW:
THE REPRISE RECORDINGS
LW 5 December 2007
Hand Annotated by
Harry Young, 2009

Dino, Desi & Billy
Since You Broke My Heart /
We Know
Reprise single 0324
[Rel 2 Nov 1964]
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Reprise singles
0320, 0323 Billboard Reviews 14 November 1964
0329 Billboard Review 19 December 1964
0330 Billboard review 5 December 1964

Dino, Desi & Billy
I'm A Fool / So Many Ways
Reprise single 0367
[Rel 12 Apr 1965]
Billboard Review 22 May 1965
Entered Billboard 26 June 1965, #17

Dino, Desi & Billy
Not The Lovin' Kind /
Chimes Of Freedom
Reprise single 0401
[Rel 18 Aug 1965]
Billboard Review 11 September 1965
Entered Billboard 18 September 1965, #25

Dino, Desi & Billy
I'M A FOOL
Reprise album RS / R 6176
Billboard Review 11 September 1965
Entered Billboard 25 September 1965, #51

Dino, Desi & Billy
The Rebel Kind /
Please Don't Fight It
Reprise single 0426
[Rel 10 Nov 1965]
Billboard Review 4 December 1965
Entered Billboard 11 December 1965, #60

Dino, Desi & Billy
OUR TIME'S COMING
Reprise album RS / R 6194
[Rel 5 Dec 1965]
Billboard And Cash Box Ads 22 January 1966
Billboard Review 29 January 1966
Entered Billboard 12 February 1966, #119

Dino, Desi & Billy
Superman /
I Can't Get Her Out Of My Mind
Reprise single 0444
[Rel 19 Jan 1966]
Billboard Review 12 February 1966
Entered Billboard 26 February 1966, #94

Dino, Desi & Billy
Tie Me Down /
It's Just The Way You Are
Reprise single 0462
[Rel 23 Mar 1966]
Billboard Review 16 April 1966

Dino, Desi & Billy
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS
Reprise album RS / R 6198
Billboard Review 14 May 1966
Stereo CD 15 December 2010

Dino, Desi & Billy
Look Out Girls (Here We Come) /
She's So Far Out She's In
Reprise single 0496
[Rel 20 May 1966]
Billboard Review 16 July 1966

Deana Martin
Baby I See You /
The Bottom Of My Mind
Reprise single 0506
[Rel 3 August 1966]
Billboard Review 20 August 1966

Dino, Desi & Billy
I Hope She's There Tonight /
Josephine
Reprise single 0529
[Rel 12 Oct 1966]
Billboard Review 5 November 1966

Dino, Desi & Billy
SOUVENIR
Reprise album RS / R 6224
Billboard Review 5 November 1966
Stereo CD 15 December 2010

Gail Martin
Less Of Me /
Rose Of Washington Square
Reprise single 0537
Billboard Review 10 December 1966

Dino, Desi & Billy
If You're Thinkin' What I'm Thinkin' /
Pretty Flamingo
Reprise single 0544
[Rel 13 Dec 1966]
Billboard Review 7 January 1967
Entered Billboard Bubbling Under 25 February 1967, #128

Deana Martin
Girl Of The Month Club /
When He Remembers Me
Reprise single 0576
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Reprise singles
0574 Billboard Review 6 May 1967
0577 Billboard Review 20 May 1967
0579 D, D & B Billboard Review 13 May 1967

Dino, Desi & Billy
Two In The Afternoon /
Good Luck, Best Wishes To You
Reprise single 0579
[Rel 19 Apr 1967]
Billboard Review 13 May 1967
Entered Billboard 3 June 1967, #99

Gail Martin
I Wish That Everett Dirksen Was All Mine /
(How Could I Love Anyone) After Loving You
Reprise single 0585
Billboard Review 3 June 1967

Dino, Desi & Billy
Kitty Doyle /
Without Hurtin' Some
Reprise single 0619
[Rel 2 Aug 1967]
Billboard Review 26 August 1967
Entered Billboard Bubbling Under 16 September 1967, #108

Dino, Desi & Billy
My What A Shame /
The Inside Outside Caspar Milquetoast Eskimo Flash
Reprise single 0653
[Rel 5 Nov 1967]
Variety Review 17 January 1967
Billboard Review 27 January 1967

Dino, Desi & Billy
Tell Someone You Love Them /
General Outline
Reprise single 0698
[Rel 29 May 1968]
Variety Review 19 June 1968
Billboard Review 22 June 1968
Entered Billboard 27 July 1968, #92

Dino, Desi & Billy
I'm A Fool /
Not The Lovin' Kind
Reprise single 0716

Gail Martin
I Had A King /
What's Yesterday
Reprise single 0778
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Reprise singles
0773, 0775 Billboard Reviews 28 September 1968
0777 Billboard Review 5 October 1968
0779, 0780 Billboard Reviews 19 October 1968

Dino (Sr) To Shift To DD&B (Label)
Billboard 19 July 1969

Dino Back In Groove (With Dino, Jr, Billy)
Variety 12 February 1970

Dean Martin
N17993 Come On Down
(Dino Martin - William Hinsche) /
N17990 Down Home
Reprise single 0893
Variety Review 25 February 1970
Billboard Review 28 February 1970
Produced by Dino Martin, Jr
Arranged by Martin - Hinsche - Al Capps

Dean Martin
N17991 For The Love Of A Woman
(Dino Martin - William Hinsche) /
N17992 The Tracks Of My Tears
Reprise single 0915
Billboard Review 9 May 1970
Produced by Dino Martin, Jr and Billy Hinsche
Arranged by Martin - Hinsche - Al Capps

Dino, Desi & Billy
Lady Love / A Certain Sound
Reprise single 0965
[Rel 14 Oct 1970]
Billboard Review 7 November 1970

Desi Arnaz, Jr
Giant Man / Our World
Reprise single 0986
Billboard Review 23 January 1971

Desi Arnaz, Jr
Here I Am / Lady's Hair
Reprise single 1012
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Reprise single 1013
Billboard Review 15 May 1971

Billy Hinsche
Don't Know Why /
Music Is Freedom
Reprise single 1030
Cash Box Review 14 August 1971

Dino Martin Signs With Reprise
Van Dyke Parks Will Produce
Variety 24 May 1972

Dino Martin
Sitting In Limbo /
Sitting In Limbo Instrumental Version
Reprise single 1129
Billboard Review 11 November 1972
Variety Review 22 November 1972

Dino, Desi & Billy
Thru Spray Colored Glasses /
Someday
Uni single 55127
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Uni singles
551222 Entered Billboard Bubbling Under 19 April 1969
55125 Entered Billboard Bubbling Under 10 May 1969
55129 Bilboard Ad 26 April 1969
55136 Billboard Review 14 June 1969

FOLLOW ME
Variety Film Review 7 May 1969

FOLLOW ME
Uni album 73056
Billboard Review 7 June 1969

Dino, Desi & Billy
Hawley /
Let's Talk It Over
Columbia single 4-44975
Variety Review 10 September 1969
Not Reviewed In Billboard

Ricci Martin
Stop, Look Around /
I Had A Dream
Capitol single P 4164
Billboard Review 25 October 1975

Ricci Martin
Stop, Look Around /
Epic single 8-50263
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Epic singles
8-50260, 8-50261 Billboard Reviews 7 August 1976
8-50266 Billboard Review 28 August 1976

Ricci Martin
BEACHED
Epic album PE / PEA 34834
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Insert w/ Beach Boys Tour Dates
19 August - 1 September 1977

Ricci Martin
Precious Love /
Moonbeams
Epic single 8-50441
Not Reviewed In Billboard
Epic singles
8-50435 Billboard Review 10 September 1977
8-50442, 8-50443, 8-50449, 8-50451
Billboard Reviews 1 October 1977

Dino, Desi & Billy
DON'T FIGHT IT
Raven album RVLP 1018, 1987

THE BEST OF DINO, DESI & BILLY: THE REBEL KIND
Sundazed CD SC 11034
12 March 1996

Dino, Desi & Billy
I'M A FOOL / OUR TIME'S COMING
Collectables COL CD 7809


In The Rhino Handmade (Phase One) Groove:

330 LOU CHRISTIE & THE TAMMYS
EGYPTIAN SHUMBA:
THE SINGLES AND RARE RECORDINGS
1962 - 1964
29 January 2002
Compilation Produced by
Harry Young
Photos and Memorabilia:
Lou Christie, Harry Young
Design and Artwork by
Alan Coventry / AC Design
For RPM Productions ltd
Mastering by
Ian Shepherd, SRT,
St Ives, Cambridge
Album Coordination by
Mark Stratford, RPM Productions, ltd

284 LOU CHRISTIE
ORIGINAL SINNER:
THE VERY BEST OF THE MGM RECORDINGS
4 October 2004
6 October 2008
4 April 2011
Compilation Produced by
Harry Young
Photos and Memorabilia:
Lou Christie, Harry Young
Design and Artwork by
Paul Bevoir For Love Melody
Mastering by
Ian Shepherd, SRT,
St Ives, Cambridge
Album Coordination by
Mark Stratford, RPM Productions, ltd
Suggesting nothing less than a mad Motown maverick spiking his fans with toxic doo-wop, Christie upped the ante on the decadent Baby, We Got To Run Away and Rhapsody In The Rain. A sequence of songs produced by Jack Nitzsche, including the epic If My Car Could Only Talk, simply add to Christie's genius. Dressed in white cashmere and holding a pistol, this is thrilling pop music on every level.
~ UNCUT #92, January 2005
UNCUT #93, February 2005
UNCUT #94, March 2005
MOJO #134, January 2005
Record Collector #305,
Christmas 2004
The Daily News, 3 December 2004
Goldmine #636, 10 December 2004
Goldmine #640, 4 February 2005
Knoxville News-Sentinel,
2 January 2005
Roctober #39, January 2005
Jukebox Magazine #214, February 2005
Goldmine #656, 16 September 2005
Garage And Beat, September 2005


B0005171-02 KEN NORDINE
YOU'RE GETTING BETTER:
THE WORD JAZZ DOT MASTERS
18 November 2005
Compilation Produced by
Mike Ragogna and Thane Tierney
For Hip-O Select:
Thane Tierney
Special Thanks:
Bruce Resnikoff,
Laurie Anderson,
David Baker,
Jim Cunningham,
Roland W. Hand,
Barret Eugene Hansen,
Tom Waits


8122 79948 8 LULU
THE ATCO SESSIONS 1969-72
12 November 2007
Compilation Produced by
Bill Inglot
Design by
Rachel Gutek

LULU Hand Annotated
by Harry Young 2007

Muscle Shoals Sound 10 September 1969
17771 Where's Eddie Atco 45-6749 B
17772 In The Morning
17773 After All
17786 Marley Purt Drive

Muscle Shoals Sound 2 October 1969
17805 Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby) Atco 45-6722, Billboard and Cash Box Reviews 18 October 1969, Entered Billboard 15 November 1969, #22, Entered Billboard Adult Contemporary 15 November 1969, #36
~ Atlantic album SD-8274 The Super Hits, Volume 5, Billboard Review 21 November 1970
17806 Feelin' Alright
17807 Mr Bojangles
17808 Sweep Around Your Own Back Door Atco 45-6722 B
17809 Is That You Love
17810 Dirty Old Man
17811 People In Love

18051 After All (I Live My Life)
~ NEW ROUTES (Atco album SD 33-310, Released 16 January 1970, Billboard review 7 February 1970, Entered Billboard 21 February 1970, #88) The Muscle Shoals recording studios have brought a new dimension to Lulu's styling. This is her second excursion there and it's a knockout. Jerry Jeff Walker's Mr. Bojangles, Eddie Hinton's Where's Eddie and Mac Davis' Dirty Old Man show just wide her range is and just how much she can do with it.

Criteria 15 March 1970
18807 I Don't Care Anymore
18808 Hum A Song (From Your Heart) Atco 45-6749, Billboard and Cash Box Reviews 11 April 1970, Entered Billboard 18 April 1970, #54, Entered Billboard Adult Contemporary 9 May 1970, #26
18809 Take Good Care Of Yourself
18810 Good Day Sunshine Atco 45-6761 B
18811 To The Other Woman (I'm The Other Woman) Atco 45-6774 B
18812 Sweet Memories
18813 Saved
18814 (Don't Go) Please Stay
18815 Move To My Rhythm
18816 Vine Street (Version I)
18817 Vine Street (Version II)
18818 After The Feeling Is Gone Atco 45-6761, Entered Billboard 4 July 1970, #117, Entered Billboard Adult Contemporary 18 July 1970, #20

Criteria 18 May 1970
19289 I Don't Care Anymore
19290 Melody Fair Atco 45-6774, Billboard Review 12 September 1970
~ MELODY FAIR (Atco album 33-330, Billboard Review 25 July 1970)
Here's one of the most commercial and best performed packages of Lulu's career! She excels with the Beatles' Good Day Sunshine (much singles potential), and she's equally at home with the funky blues beat of I Don't Care Anymore. Her singles, Hum A Song, Melody Fair, and To The Other Woman are also standouts. Vine Street is a must to hear in this dynamite sales package!

Povera Me (Oh Me Oh My)
Italy Atlantic 03158, 1970

Criteria 21 December 1970
20891 Got To Believe In Love

Criteria 11 November 1970
21737 Things Are Getting Better
21738 Bury Me Down By The River
21739 Jokers Wild
21740 Got To Believe In Love UK Atco 2091-049, 1971
21741 Come Down On Time
21742 Love Song
21743 Goodbye My Love Goodbye Atco 45-6819 B
21744 Hi-Jacked

21954 Everybody's Got to Clap Atco 45-6819, Billboard Review 22 May 1970

710011 Warum Tust Du Mir Weh
(Giorgio Moroder - Michael Kunze)
Germany Atlantic 10.013, 1971
710012 Trauirg, Aber Wahr
(Giorgio Moroder - Michael Kunze)
Germany Atlantic 10.013 B

71012A Ich Brauche Deine Liebe
(Giorgio Moroder - Michael Kunze)
Germany Atlantic 10.083, 1971
71012B Wach' Ich Oder Traum Ich
(Giorgio Moroder - Michael Kunze)
Germany Atlantic 10.083 B

24253 You Ain't Wrong You Just Ain't Right
Atco 45-6885 B
24254 It Takes A Real Man (To Bring Out The Woman In Me)
Atco 45-6885, Billboard Review 13 May 1972
Even If I Could Change
UK Atlantic K 10185, Released 16 June 1972


8122 74882-2 THE ELECTRIC PRUNES
TOO MUCH TO DREAM:
ORIGINAL GROUP RECORDINGS
REPRISE 1966 - 1967
5 March 2007
Compilation Produced by
Bill Inglot, Mick Houghton, Stuart Batsford
Sound Produced by Bill Inglot
Design by Rachel Gutek

THE ELECTRIC PRUNES
Hand Annotated by
Harry Young 2009

Disc 01
01. I Had Too Much To Dream
(Last Night)
02. Bangles
03. Onie
04. Are You Lovin' Me More
(But Enjoying It Less)
05. Train For Tomorrow
06. Sold To The Highest Bidder
07. Get Me To The World On Time
08. About A Quarter To Nine
09. The King Is In The Counting House
10. Luvin'
11. Try Me On For Size
12. Tunerville Trolley
01 - 12: I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM (LAST NIGHT) / GET ME TO THE WORLD ON TIME
Reprise album RS 6248
Cash Box Review 4 March 1967

13. Ain't It Hard
Reprise single 0473
14. Little Olive
Reprise single 0473 B
15. World Of Darkness
16. I've Got A Way Of My Own
17. Luvin' (Mono)
Reprise single 0532 B
18. I Had Too Much To Dream
(Last Night) Mono
Reprise single 0532
Billboard Review
26 November 1966
19. Are You Lovin' Me More
(But Enjoying It Less)
Mono
Reprise single 0564 B
20. Get Me To The World On Time (Mono)
Reprise single 0564
Cash Box Review 18 March 1967
21. Vox Wah Wah Pedal Ad
Thomas single 08 000132 0

Disc 02
01. The Great Banana Hoax
02. Children Of The Rain
03. Wind-Up Toys
04. Antique Doll
05. It's Not Fair
06. I Happen To Love You
07. Dr. Do-Good
08. I
09. Hideaway
10. Big City
11. Capt. Glory
12. Long Day's Flight 3:15
01 - 12: UNDERGROUND
Reprise album RS 6262
Billboard Review 2 September 1967
Cash Box Review 23 September 1967

13. Everybody Knows You're Not In Love
Reprise single 0652
Billboard And Cash Box Reviews
20 January 1968

14. You've Never Had It Better
Reprise single 0652 B
15. Shadows
Reprise one sided single PRO 287
Master L6435
From THE NAME OF THE GAME IS KILL
Variety Film Review 3 April 1968
16. Dr. Do-Good (Mono)
Reprise single 0594
Billboard Review
17 June 1967
17. Hideaway (Mono)
Reprise single 0594 B
18. Wind-Up Toys (Mono)
Reprise single 0607 B
19. The Great Banana Hoax (Alternate)
20. Long Day's Flight (Mono) 3:56
UK Reprise single R 23212
(W: Quent aka Mike Weakley -
M: Tommy Submarine aka William Yorty)
Copyright Newcomer 31 July 1967
Original Title:
DAY LONG FLIGHT


526663 BOBBY CHARLES
29 August 2011
3CD
36 Tracks
Bearsville LP BR 2104
Record World Review 23 September 1972

THE NEWBEATS
Groovin' Out On Life:
Later Hickory Singles And Solo Rarities
Ace CDCHD1088 (66:30)
5 December 2005:

Groovin (Out On Life)
Master F 1345
Recorded 5 September 1969
(Robert Charles Guidry)
Hickory 45-P-1552
Released 26 September 1969
Produced by Don Gant
Arranged by D Bergen White


17 November 2014

Captain Beefheart
And The Magic Band
Sun Zoom Spark:
1970 - 1972

Rhino R1 / R2 541728
Produced For
Release by
Steve Woolard &
Bill Inglot
Hand Annotated by
Harry Young 2014

Straight Album RS 6420
Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band
Lick My Decals Off, Baby

5 December 1970
New Album Release For December
5 December 1970
Action Album
30 January 1971
Entered Album Chart
Peak #203, 1 Week

12 December 1970 Article:
WB Using TV Spots On Beefheart LP:
LOS ANGELES - Warner Bros. will merchandise a Captain Beefheart LP with 60 second TV commercials slotted on late night movie shows. This marks WB's first utilization of TV spots. The artist wrote the script and was involved in the entire production. Larry Secrest and Jon Fizdale handled the filming and production. The LP is "Lick My Decals Off, Baby."

Reprise Album MS 2050
Captain Beefheart
The Spotlight Kid

22 January 1972 Ad:
One of the idols of the underground and the avant, in another cosmic assault on rock's frontiers. A must.

29 January 1972 Review:
Don Van Vliet AKA Captain Beefheart produces music that transcends mundane servile existence and gropes for a higher meaning? Seriously his music suffers because people tend to take it too seriously while it is basically just good old fashioned low-down blues with a contemporary slant. Beefheart's voice has a raw sandpaper quality to it and is especially interesting on "Grow Fins" and "I'm Gonna Booglarize You Baby."

5 February 1972 Review:
Your Captain Singing:
This is probably one of the best albums the Captain and his fine Magic Band have ever produced. It's more subdued than previous Beefheart excursions - he doesn't roar up and down the scale as he has been known to do, and the music is a little more organised, and predominantly blues although, of course, the Captain doesn't rigidly adhere to any accepted musical format. But for once, the band and Beefheart function together, rather than Beefheart putting on vocals way over and after the rest, his voice weaves the blues as much as the backing, and there's some splendid harmonica. Listen especially to the title track.
Three Stars
~ CB

5 February 1972 Review:
The Captain is back with this latest album of Space Blues and poetry in motion. He's got a knack for bringing back old expressions and words and inventing new ones with new meanings to the old. 'I'm Gonna Booglarise You Baby' and 'Blabber 'n Smoke' (with lyrics by the Captain's wife) are interesting contributions. The arrangements are especially well treated, as is the production. A lyric sheet is provided and the back cover assembles Don's art-worthy impressions of his band members. Through the grapevine I hear he's exceptionally pleased with this LP. He has good reason to be.
~ Danny Holloway

Reprise Single PRO 514
Click Clack /
Glider

12 February 1972 Article:
Svengali Zappa And A Horrible Freak Called Beefheart:
His latest endeavor, "The Spotlight Kid", he admitted has so far proved to be his most satisfactory collection. "I was thinking warm and nice when I did that one and I feel that it has all come through. Actually, though there are only ten tracks on the album we recorded thirty-five songs altogether."
Captain Beefheart prefers to look upon himself as being an artist possessing a diversity of creative facets. In the last three years he informed me: "I have written 10 full length novels, 30 or 40 plays, 15,000 poems and produced 600 paintings."
Unlike so many artists, Beefheart's efforts are to be made available to the public. An exhibition of his paintings is being arranged, a book of poems collated as "Singing Ink" will be published along with a full length novel entitled "Old Fart At Play" which he described as being "A lot further out than my music".
~ Roy Carr

11 November 1972: Concert Review:
Coryell, Beefheart Fine At Town Hall:
Headlining the bill that evening was Reprise recording artist, Captain Beefheart. After arriving twenty minutes late, the group proceeded to play to an audience obviously full of admirers. The title cut from their new lp, "Clear Spot" brought excellent response along with an assortment of screeches, noises and other acceptable signs of approval. The gang of Coryell and Captain Beefheart appreciated an entertaining show that evening.
~ Toni Profera

11 November 1972:
Captain Beefheart unveiled his billboard in L.A. last Sunday to a crowd of gaspers. The big board is his own creation and justly proud he was.

Reprise Album MS 2115
Captain Beefheart
And The Magic Band
Clear Spot

Released 5 November 1972 per Gary Peterson, The Dust Blows Forward (An Anthology) Rhino R2 75863, 17 August 1999

2 December 1972 Preview:
The Mad Captain: Have We Done Him Wrong?
'Clear Spot', in turn, intensifies the ironic proposition of commercialism attributed to its predecessor - and, oddly enough, turns out to be his most accessible record since 'Milk'. Containing modes of material from almost every walk of his recording career (including a totally unprecedented - and rather dull - venture in the vein of Otis Redding called 'Too Much Time', complete with horns and girl-chorus), it has received a sharp, glinting production by Ted Templeman which makes it stand out at once from previous Beefheart albums; it's like a display case, a Heavy Metal Child's Garden of Beefheart, and 'Clear Spot' is the ideal place for a novitiate to begin his pilgrimage back into the depths of Magic Band Land.
~ Ian MacDonald

9 December 1972 Review:
As produced by Ted Templeman of Little Feat and Doobie Brothers fame, this is the Captain's most accessible lp to date, with a distinct r&b feel to the tunes. "Too Much Time" and "My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains" are among the best, and ex-Mother/Little Feat bassist Roy Estrada is a plus.

9 December 1972 Review:
Wherein Don Van Vliet and his band of reknown meet up with hit producer Ted Templeman (most recently of Doobie Brothers fame) and thereby take to creatin' some heavy and rather commercially viable rock. That's right, Beefheart's gone "meaty music." There's still that cryptic Bayou voice of his in the freak column, but here it is used to create a mood that fits in with the more garden variety sound of today. More than just a new experiment in packaging. It asks the question, "Can a Captain from a far-out neighborhood find boogie happiness at the house of Burbank?

16 December 1972 Review:
Captain Beefheart (better known to his mother as Don) has done it again. Produced an album that creates its own irrelevant, largely cryptic inner sanctum. The uninitiated will ? what their virgin ears are hearing. For openers, we suggest decoding "Big Eyed Beans From Venus." "My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains" and of course, "Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man."

January 1973 Ad:
Captain Beefheart's "Clear Spot" is the album MS 2115.
"Too Much Time" is the single REP 1133.
And, yes you are hearing them on AM radio.
Captain Beefheart's New Blues And Boogie
on Reprise Records and Tapes.

Reprise Single PRO 547
Too Much Time /
Low Yo Yo Stuff

Reprise Single REP 1133
Too Much Time /
My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains
Released 29 November 1972 per Gary Peterson, The Dust Blows Forward (An Anthology) Rhino R2 75863, 17 August 1999

23 December 1972 Review:
The Captain releases a single from his "Clear Spot" album, and the choice is the most commercial effort for this group.

23 December 1972:
Time Out:
While tooling down Vine Street recently, discussing Captain Beefheart's new single, "Too Much Time" (Reprise), Beefheart (left) and Coast Editor John Gibson found a clock with no time at all. A picture was obviously in order.

17 February 1973 Review:
If his name wasn't on the label, I'd swear this was a Memphis soul record. Taken from his latest album, "Clear Spot", there's nothing scary or obscure about it, and I certainly hope we see some chart action here. It's easier to appreciate his radiant vocal power when he's working in a tightly-constructed framework. Do yourself a favor and pick up on this.
~ Danny Holloway

17 February 1973 Quick Spins:
"Too Much Time" is from the album "Clear Spot." All of the Beefheart material I've heard before - live and on record - has been much freakier than this. It sounds like a soul single; the kind that sells well but which doesn't have a lot to it in terms of originality. There is a preponderance of brass, rough vocals and fading ladies' singing behind it. It's really very ordinary, albeit well produced mediocrity.
~ Rosalind Russell

17 March 1973 Article:
The Captain's Kind To Animals Too: "As everybody knows, I've never been influenced by what record company people term 'the market'. 'Clear Spot' wasn't supposed to be a commercial endeavor on my part, though people say it was. "My opinion is that anything that sells is commercial. And the only thing commercial about 'Clear Spot' is that it's selling more than any of the others."
'Clear Spot' - which the composer affectionately refers to as "my love album", but didn't think it was an appropriate title to have embossed on the clear p.v.c. sleeve - has proved to be the artistic clincher in terms of mass Beefheart acceptance.
~ Roy Carr


BEE GEES
Atco Annotation

BEE GEES
1st
Atco album SD 33-223
Billboard Review 19 August 1967

Side 1 (ST-C-671073)
12680 Turn Of The Century
12681 Holiday
Atco 45-6521
Billboard Review 23 September 1967
12682 Red Chair, Fade Away
12683 One Minute Woman
12684 In My Own Time
12685 Every Christian Lion
Hearted Man Will Show You
Atco 45-6521 B
12686 Craise Finton Kirk
Royal Academy Of Arts

Side 2 (ST-C-671074)
12335 New York Mining Disaster 1941
Atco 45-6487
Billboard Review 20 May 1967
12687 Cucumber Castle
12609 To Love Somebody
Atco 45-6503
Billboard Review 8 July 1967
12688 I Close My Eyes
12336 I Can't See Nobody
Atco 45-6487 B
12689 Please Read Me
12610 Close Another Door
Atco 45-6503 B

BEE GEES
HORIZONTAL
Atco album SD 33-233
Billboard Ad 27 January 1968
Billboard Review 10 February 1968

Side One (ST-C-671199)
13425 World
Atco 45-6532 B
13426 And The Sun Will Shine
13427 Lemons Never Forget
13662 Really And Sincerely
13428 Birdie Told Me
13429 With The Sun In My Eyes

Side Two (ST-C-671200)
12922 Massachusetts
Atco 45-6532
Billboard Review 4 November 1967
13430 Harry Braff
13431 Day Time Girl
13432 The Earnest Of Being George
13663 The Change Is Made
13433 Horizontal

BEE GEES
IDEA
Atco album SD 33-253
Billboard Ad 10 August 1968

Side One (ST-C-681333)
14787 Let There Be Love
14788 Kitty Can
Atco 45-6603
14789 In The Summer Of His Years
14790 Indian Gin And Whisky Dry
14791 Down To Earth
14848 I've Gotta Get A Message To You
Atco 45-6603
Billboard Review August 1968

Side Two (ST-C-681334)
14792 Idea
14793 When The Swallows Fly
14794 I Have Decided To Join The Air Force
14795 I Started A Joke
Atco 45-6639
Billboard Ad 7 December 1968
Billboard Review 14 December 1968
14796 Kilburn Towers
Atco 45-6639 B
14797 Swan Song


516159 BEE GEES
ODESSA
13 January 2009

Atco Annotation

Atco album SD 2 702 A / B
Billboard Review 22 February 1969

New Album Release For February
Billboard 8 February 1969

The Heavy Sounds Of '69 Are On
Atlantic - Atco 39 Exciting
New Albums For January
Billboard Ad 1 February 1969

Atlantic Unwraps Winter Line
Of 39 LPs At Distrib Parley
(Freeport, Grand Bahamas)
Billboard 25 January 1969

Side One (ST C 681521)
15911 Odessa
(City On The Black Sea)
15912 You'll Never See My Face Again
15913 Black Diamond

Side Two (ST C 681522)
15914 Marley Purt Drive
15915 Edison
15916 Melody Fair
15917 Suddenly
15918 Whisper Whisper

Side Three (ST C 681523)
15919 Lamplight
Atco single 45-6657 B
15920 Sound Of Love
15921 Give Your Best
15922 Seven Seas Symphony
15923 With All Nations
(International Anthem)

Side Four (ST C 681524)
15924 I Laugh In Your Face
15925 Never Say Never Again
15926 First Of May
Atco single 45-6657
Billboard Review 15 March 1969
15927 The British Opera

STEREO
EXCERPTS FROM SD 2 702
BEE GEES
ODESSA
Atco TL ST 142
Promotional LP For Record Department In-Store Play
With Commentary by Murray (The K) Kaufman

Side One
Odessa (City On The Black Sea)
You'll Never See My Face Again
Black Diamond
Melody Fair
Whisper Whisper

Side Two
Sound Of Love
I Laugh In Your Face
Never Say Never Again
First Of May
Marley Purt Drive
The British Opera

ODESSA Promotional EP
Atco EP C 4535
CSG Processed Mono Masters
Marley Purt Drive /
Suddenly
Sound Of Love


THE CRITTERS
on MUSICOR
by Harry Young, 2014

R5KM 7191 Georgianna
R5KM 7192 I'm Gonna Give
Musicor single MU 1044
Produced by Jimmy Radcliffe
Reviews 14 November 1964
Ad 28 November 1964

So Hard To Find (CRNOW 33)
Let Me In (Unreleased)

TONIGHT IN PERSON:
THE GENE PITNEY SHOW

The Critters
With added crowd:
Georgianna
I'm Gonna Give
Musicor album
MM 2101 / MS 3101
Review 2 July 1966

The Princetons
Georgianna
Killer Joe
Princeton PR 1465

The Princetons
10367 Georgianna
10368 Killer Joe
Colpix single CP 793
Monarch Delta 59731 / -X
Review 5 February 1966
CP 793, 794, 795, 796
Ad 29 January 1966
Entered WLS 14 January 1966
Weeks Played: 7
WLS Peak #10
Entered 5 February 1966, #90
Breakout Single Chicago, Milwaukee
26 February 1966

A TASTE OF THE CRITTERS,
THE YOUNG RASCALS, LOU CHRISTIE

Boutique album CA 1079
Baby Blue And
Also
Maroon Labels
Mono (1966)
Side 1:
Lou Christie [& The Classics]
01. You're With It
02. Close Your Eyes
The Young Rascals
03. La La La
04. My Love Will Never Die
05. Saved
06. The Syracuse
Side 2:
Lou Christie [& The Classics]
01. Funny Thing
02. Tomorrow Will Come
The Critters
03. Georgianna
04. I'm Gonna Give
Don And The Chevells
Speedway single No. 1000
Distributed by LSC Records
05. The Only Girl (R4KM-4562)
06. Inner Limits (Instrumental) R4KM-4563
Don (Ciccone) And Bob (Podstawski)


THE CRITTERS
ON PRANCER
by Harry Young, 2010

14 October 1967
Critters Sign Project 3 Record Pact
NEW YORK - Project 3, Enoch Light's sound label, has entered the teen pop field with the signing of the Critters. The group had been with Kapp Records and had been produced by Kama Sutra. Under the new arrangement, they will produce their own records. While at Kapp, the Critters had five chart records.
This week the Critters cut five sides for Project 3, with the first single to be released in two weeks. The label is already in the pop singles field with the Kissin' Cousins, but this group has an easy listening sound as contrasted with the rock sound of the Critters.

14 October 1967
TOP 60 Spotlights
CRITTERS - LITTLE GIRL (Prod. Ripp-Anders-Poncia) (Writer: Darway) (Tender Tunes / Elmwin, BMI) - Raucous rocker has all the earmarks of a fast smash. Loaded with discotheque appeal and sales for the teen market, this should hit with impact. Flip: "Dancing In The Streets" (Jobete, BMI) Kapp 858

KAPP K-858
Little Girl (K-9819)
Recorded December 1965
Dancing In The Streets (K-10951)
Recorded 28 March 1966

16 December 1967
Spotlight Singles
Top 60 Pop Spotlight
CRITTERS - A MOMENT OF BEING WITH YOU
(Prod. James Ryan) (Writer: Ryan) (Uganda, BMI) - The group's move to the Project 3 label has all the hallmarks of a big chart hit and should fast establish the label in the singles selling groove. Smooth blend and strong rhythm ballad material. Flip: Good Morning Sunshine (Uganda, BMI). Project 3 1326

23 December 1967
The Critters, currently running with a Project 3 single, "A Moment Of Being With You" b/w "Good Morning Sunshine," set for a date at Madison Square Garden Saturday (23)

23 December 1967
Singles Reviews
Four Star Picks
NO ONE BUT YOU (Kama Sutra, BMI)
I'M TELLING EVERYONE (Kama Sutra, BMI)
THE CRITTERS -- Prancer 6001.
New label from the Kama Sutra stable has a Critters side that should make noise.

30 December 1967
ROULETTE'S
Aces Of The Week
"HELLO GIRL"
The Fallen Angels
R 4785
"WALK LIKE A MAN"
The Critters
P 6001

6 January 1968
ROULETTE'S
Aces Of The Week
"HELLO GIRL"
The Fallen Angels
R 4785
"NO ONE BUT YOU"
The Critters
P 6001

13 January 1968
CRITTERS SUE KAMA SUTRA
New York - Project 3 artists, the Critters, have filed an order to show cause, seeking to enjoin Kama Sutra Productions from manufacturing and distributing allegedly unauthorized recordings, according to the group and their lawyers. Papers have been filed in New York State Supreme Court.
The Critters, now contracted to the Total Sound, Inc., are also seeking permanent injunction against further use of their name by Kama Sutra. The recordings involved are "I'm Telling Everyone" and "No One But You," which the Critters deny performing.
The Critters claim that demonstration records made while under contract to Kama Sutra were made into master recordings and later released without the group's consent after the contract was terminated.
The Critters are seeking punitive damages of $750,000 and an injunction against Kama Sutra for rights now authorized to Total Sound.

PRANCER PR-6001
I'm Telling Everyone (PR-4002)
Walk Like A Man Again (PR-4001)

KAPP K-838
Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me (K-10809)
Walk Like A Man Again (K-10810)

PRANCER PR-6001
I'm Telling Everyone (PR-4002)
No One But You (PR-4003)

PRANCER PR-6002
Staten Island Drink Song (19419)
Something's Wrong Inside (19421)

PRANCER Unreleased
How Do You Think I Feel (19420)

24 June 1967
TOP 60 Spotlights
THE CRITTERS - DON'T LET THE RAIN FALL DOWN ON ME
(Prod. Anders - Poncia) (Writer: Ryan) (Uganda, BMI) - Intriguing folk flavored rhythm item with well done lyric has all the ear-marks of a top hit. Should hit hard and fast. Flip: "Walk Like A Man Again" (Kama Sutra, BMI). Kapp 838

1 July 1967
SINGLE PICKS OF THE WEEK
In "Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me" (Uganda, BMI) the Critters have come up with a great blend of four or five popular styles (Kapp 838).

1 July 1967
AD
Chartburner.
The Critters
Don't Let the Rain Fall Down On Me
K-838
Kapp Records.
A Kama-Sutra Production Produced by Anders-Poncia

KAPP KJB-80
WINNERS CIRCLE SERIES
Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me
(James Ryan)
A Kama-Sutra Production
Produced by Anders-Poncia
Arr. & Cond. By Artie Butler
K-10809
Bad Misunderstanding
(Andreoli - Poncia, Jr)
A Kama-Sutra Production
Produced by Anders-Poncia
K-10458


(THE) GIRLS NEXT DOOR
by Harry Young, 2013

Love Will Get You Through Times With No Money /
Ruins Of Love
MTM single B 72059
Billboard Review 18 January 1986
Entered Billboard Country 1 February 1986, #14

Slow Boat To China /
Pretty Boy's Cadillac
MTM single B 72068
Billboard Review 31 May 1986
Entered Billboard Country 14 June 1986, #8

THE GIRLS NEXT DOOR
MTM album ST 71053
Billboard Review 17 May 1986
This quartet sings pleasingly enough, and its debut single, "Love Will Get You Through Times With No Money," cracked the top 20. But the material here is so contrived and emotionally lightweight that the group's considerable vocal potential is frittered away.
Entered Billboard Country 5 July 1986, #30

Girls Next Door
Baby I Want It /
Sing Along With Girls Next Door
Baby I Want It
MTM single B 72078
Billboard Review 18 October 1986
Entered Billboard Country 1 November 1986, #26

Walk Me In The Rain /
The Fool In Me
MTM single B 72084
Billboard Review 31 January 1987
Entered Billboard Country 7 February 1987, #28

What A Girl Next Door Could Do /
I Think I'm Gonna Fall (In Love With You)
MTM single B 72088
Billboard Review 20 June 1987
Entered Billboard Country 4 July 1987, #43

WHAT A GIRL NEXT DOOR COULD DO
MTM album ST and CDP 71062
Billboard Review 11 July 1987
From the bouncy title tune to "You're The Rock, You're The Rebel," the female foursome delivers 10 predominantly upbeat love songs. Pleasant harmonies work perfectly on these harmless, enjoyable ditties.
Entered Billboard Country 8 August 1987, #42

Easy To Find /
Message From My Heart
MTM single B 72095
Billboard Review 26 September 1987
Entered Billboard Country 17 October 1987, #57

Love And Other Fairy Tales /
I Can Hear My Heart Begin To Cry
MTM single B 72106
Billboard Review 20 August 1988
Entered Billboard Country 10 September 1988, #73

He's Gotta Have Me /
Wasn't It You
Atlantic single 7-88791 and cassette single 7-4-88791
Billboard Review 25 November 1989
Entered Billboard Country 2 December 1989, #54

He's Gotta Have Me
Atlantic Promo CD single PR 3001-2

HOW 'BOUT US
Atlantic album 7 82068
Billboard Review 24 February 1990
This album goes a long way toward erasing the white-bread reputation this group earned on a former label. While the emphasis is still on sugary sweet harmonies, the material here is generally strong and occasionally memorable, as in "How Can They Call This Cheating" and "Wasn't It You."
Entered Billboard Country 24 March 1990, #69

Maybe You Wouldn't Be Missin' Me Tonight /
The Ol' Red Rocket (Non-Album B Side)
Atlantic single 7-87948 and cassette single 7-4-87948
Billboard Review 31 March 1990

Maybe You Wouldn't Be Missin' Me Tonight
Atlantic Promo CD single PRCD 3251-2

How 'Bout Us /
Last Goodbye
Atlantic single 7-87868 and cassette single 7-4-87868
Billboard Review 4 August 1990
Entered Billboard Country 1 September 1990, #71

How 'Bout Us
Atlantic Promo CD single PRCD 3430-2


The last glowing remnant of
Rhino Handmade (Phase One)
could and should have been
JOBRIATH
Take Me I'm Yours / The Elektra Recordings
(Rhino Handmade, number unknown, described as "all of his Elektra masters in one marvellous place" in The Best of Morrissey, Rhino / Warner Brothers R2 78375,
6 November 2001).

But the project went through too many Hands,
finally emerging as the unsatisfying
JOBRIATH
Lonely Planet Boy
Attack CD 06076-86009 (46:03)
9 November 2004.

Sequence as per original Elektra albums:
( - ), 03, ( - ), 04, 12, 14,
05, 11, 02, ( - ), 09, 01,
15, 06, ( - ), 13, 10, ( - ), ( - ),
08, ( - ), ( - ), ( - )
Previously Unreleased 07

Jake Austen's JOBRIATH article appeared in
Rocktober #25 (Summer 1999). The article inspired Rhino Handmade (Phase One) to develop a JOBRIATH Elektra project.

So, as I had for Rhino Handmade (Phase One) releases since 7704, I compiled and submitted detailed JOBRIATH Trade Magazine and Copyright research to Rhino Handmade (Phase One) chief David Baker.

My JOBRIATH information was also submitted to Rhino Handmade (Phase Two) chief Patrick Milligan.

On 1 December 2003 Patrick Milligan wrote, "Thanks for the JOBRIATH materials. Not sure that we will be able to use all the info in the booklet, but I do appreciate it, and I will indeed credit you in the booklet."

But when Lonely Planet Boy came out...
Burp-ee! No credit for me!

And whoops!
Lonely Planet Boy "forgot" to establish the facts of JOBRIATH's recordings!

Please see my JOBRIATH Track Annotation below.

JOBRIATH
Elektra Album EKS-75070
Cash Box Review week ending 24 November 1973
Billboard Review week ending 1 December 1973
Variety Review 26 December 1973
Rolling Stone Review 3 January 1974
New Musical Express Review 26 January 1974
Tracks 01 - 11 Words and Music Jobriath, pseud of Bruce Campbell, Registered by Jerome Brandt and Bruce Campbell with the Library of Congress Copyright Authorities 26 September 1973

01. TAKE ME I'M YOURS
Elektra single EK-45878
Promo Wax: ESR TD 12 74
Record World Review week ending 26 January 1974
Cash Box Review week ending 26 January 1974
Not Reviewed in Billboard

02. BE STILL (3:43)

03. WORLD WITHOUT END

04. SPACE CLOWN (2:38)

05. EARTHLING
Elektra single EK-45878 B ?

06. MOVIE QUEEN (1:53)

07. I'MAMAN (3:38)
Elektra single EK-45888
Promo Wax: ESR TD 3-8-74
Not Reviewed in Billboard or Cash Box

08. INSIDE (3:53)

09. MORNING STAR SHIP (3:31)

10. ROCK OF AGES
Elektra single EK-45888 B ?

11. BLOW AWAY (5:01)

CREATURES OF THE STREET
Elektra Album 7E-1010
Billboard, Cash Box
And Record World Reviews week ending 3 August 1974
Variety review 7 August 1974

12. HEARTBEAT (2:46)

13. DIETRICH / FONDYKE
(A Brief History Of Movie Music) 2:02

14. STREET CORNER LOVE (2:50)

15. OOH LA LA
Registered 17 June 1974
Elektra single E-45210 B

16. SCUMBAG (2:49)

17. ECUBYAN (2:40)
Registered 17 June 1974

18. GOOD TIME

19. SISTER SUE

20. WHAT A PRETTY (1:32)

21. LITEN UP
Elektra single E-45210
Promo Wax: ESR TD 9-4-74
Not Reviewed in Billboard or Cash Box

22. GONE TOMORROW

23. OOH LA LA (Reprise & Exit Music)

Also Registered 17 June 1974
Wildfire In Memphis
Amazing Dopetales
City Freak
Miss Arkansas

JOBRIATH Elektra LP EKS-75070
Reviewed in CASH BOX 24 November 1973:
Truly one of the more interesting debut albums of the year, the Jobriath LP represents at once a challenge and a delight to the discerning musical ear. Defying mere categorization with an expansive repertoire that ranges from hard rock to dramatic theatricality, the group, consisting of Jobriath, Billy Schwartz, Steve Love, John Syomis, and Andy Muson, puts it on the line in every cut. "Take Me, I'm Yours," "I'Maman," "Morning Starship," and "Rock Of Ages" are particularly fine, combining as they do excellent dynamics and tight arrangement. The vocals of Jobriath are effectively strange and will have you playing each track alot.

JOBRIATH Elektra LP EKS-75070
Reviewed in BILLBOARD 1 December 1973:
Elektra goes for its own Lou Reed with the last artist signed by Jac Holzman before leaving the label. Pianist-singer has energetic, spacey approach and a disconcerting tendency to sound like various other glitter-rockers from cut to cut. "Rock Of Ages" is one song that shows his potential to structure work for airplay.

Elektra single:
45871 Cash Box review 24 November 1973
45872 Cash Box review 24 November 1973
45877 Cash Box review 19 January 1974
45878 Jobriath: Take Me, I'm Yours (4:14)
Promo Wax: ESR TD 12 74
Reviewed in RECORD WORLD 26 January 1974:
This artist's fast-rising debut album provides a slinky single not to be overlooked. Gutsy vocals with a catchy rhyme scheme add to instrumental virtuosity. Sound is definitely unique!
Reviewed in CASH BOX 26 January 1974:
Powerful label backing is behind this group and their debut single from their debut album. Anybody can have a billboard with their names and pictures on it, but how many people can rock with a powerful ability to justify the promotion? Jobriath can and does convincingly. Jagger-esque lead vocal with strong backing musically will certainly have stations and consumers seeking out this disc. The future looks very bright indeed for this new, very talented organization. Flip: no info. available.

Elektra single:
45880 ent Billboard Hot 100 2 February 1974
45883 Cash Box review 23 February 1974
45884 Cash Box review 23 February 1974,
Billboard review 2 March 1974
45885 Cash Box review 16 March 1974
45886 Cash Box review 16 March 1974
45887 Cash Box review 27 April 1974,
Billboard review 4 May 1974
45888 JOBRIATH: I'MAMAN 3:34 (Promo Wax: 3-8-74)
Record World review 30 March 1974
Not reviewed in Cash Box or Billboard
45891 Cash Box review 22 June 1974
45893 Cash Box & Billboard reviews 15 June 1974

Elektra - Asylum Summer Sampler
(EK Promo 23)
Side B, Cut 2:
JOBRIATH
Dietrich / Fondyke
(A Brief History Of Movie Music) /
Street Corner Love 4:51
Date In Wax:
ESR 7-2-74

JOBRIATH
Creatures Of The Street
Producer(s): none listed
Elektra 7E-1010
Genre: POP
RECOMMENDED
Reviewed in BILLBOARD
Week ending 3 August 1974:
Much more versatile effort than artists first LP for the label, featuring mix of good hard rock, ballads and folky sounding material. Sometimes sounds like Bowie, but highly original work. Should garner heavy FM play. Best cuts: "Ooh La La," "Sister Sue."

JOBRIATH
Creatures Of The Street
Elektra 7E-1010
Reviewed in RECORD WORLD
Week ending 3 August 1974:
In a second stab at the Bizarre, Jobriath is somewhat more cohesive than on his first attempt. Zeppelin's John Paul Jones and Peter Frampton lend their talents, with Dietrich / Fondyke bearing some musical merit and Ooh La La, Good Time and Liten Up having possibilities for daring programmers.

JOBRIATH Creatures Of The Street
Reviewed in CASH BOX
Week ending 3 August 1974:
Following his last provocative effort, Jobriath's new LP on Elektra ought to be another conversation piece worthy of garnering a good deal of attention. The highly stylized Jobriath vocals are again the soul and substance of this package and tunes such as "Heartbeat," "Ecubyan," "Good Time," and "Ooh La La" are sure to cause many a head to turn. The production on the record is clean and crisp and the attention payed to arrangement and dynamics speaks highly of the overall effort.

JOBRIATH Creatures Of The Street
Reviewed in VARIETY 7 August 1974:
Jobriath has a big push going for him as an exemplar of gay rock. His select audience should go for "Heartbeat", "Listen Up", "Ecubay", and "Ooh La La".

Elektra single:
45201 Cash Box review 10 August 1974
45202 Cash Box review 24 August 1974
45203 Cash Box review 31 August 1974
45207 (Asylum) Cash Box review 21 September 1974
45210 JOBRIATH Liten Up (3:08) / Ooh La La
Promo Wax: ESR TD 9-4-74
45213 (Asylum) Cash Box review 9 November 1974
45214 (Asylum) Cash Box review 12 October 1974

JOBRIATH Creatures Of The Street LP
(UK Elektra K42163) listed under
SEPTEMBER ROCKPILE / To Be Reviewed,
NEW MUSICAL EXPRESS 5 October 1974
(LP was not reviewed)


PIDGEON SESSIONOGRAPHY

LA, 11 December 1968
L 15067 The Dancer
L 15068 The Wind Blows Cold

LA, 17 December 1968
L 15111 Of The Time When I Was Young

LA, 14 January 1969
L 15112 Dark Bird
L 15113 Milk And Honey
L 15114 Springtime Girl
L 15115 Irene
L 15116 Penny’s Magic Bell
L 15117 The Main Line
L 15118 When She Arrives
L 15119 House On A Hill Among Trees
Decca album DL 75103 PIDGEON

LA, 21 January 1969
L 15134 Tasting Of The Caramel (Unreleased)
L 15135 Pine Trees (Unreleased)
L 15136 Life At The First National (Unreleased)

LA 22 April 1969
L 15192 Rubber Bricks
L 15193 Prison Walls
Decca single 32545
Cash Box review 30 August 1969


28 November 2007

JOBRIATH
In Japan

POCE 1214 (WQCP 627)
38:19

POCE 1215 (WQCP 628)
35:51


29 July 2008

JOBRIATH
CREATURES OF THE STREET
CCM 953 (35:43)
Mastered by Bob Fisher


4 August 2008

JOBRIATH
Spine: JOBRAITHE
Rhino UK Encore
8122 79905-8 (38:21)


12 August 2008

JOBRIATH
CCM 952 (38:18)
Mastered by Bob Fisher


29 October 2013

JOBRIATH
AMAZING DOPE TALES EP
Eschatone ESC1001A
Ten Inch Vinyl

01. Amazing Dope Tales
02. As The River Flows
03. City Freak


17 June 2014

JOBRIATH
AS THE RIVER FLOWS
Eschatone CD (40:44) & LP ESC018

01. Amazing Dope Tales 03:45
02. Wildfire In Memphis 02:52
03. I'MAMAN 03:55
04. Ducky Lullaby 06:03
05. Little Dreamer 05:36
06. So Long Miss Jagger 01:33
07. City Freak 03:41
08. Inside 04:45
09. As The River Flows 05:13
10. Ducky Lullaby (Reprise) 03:13

 

7746 THE MASKED MARAUDERS
EW #[32]
Order 30 April 2001
Released 3 July 2001
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
2,000 (Two Thousand)
Copies
11 Tracks
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Deity Records
Deus Est Vivus
Deity / Reprise album RS 6349
The Deity:
King Louis XIV
Gladiator Statue
by Jean Warin (1671)
in the Venus Salon, Versailles
Cover Inspiration:
Sharon Tate
Playboy March 1967
Rolling Stone
18 October 1969
1 November 1969
15 November 1969
13 December 1969
21 January 1970
Record World
28 March 1970
Deity Records'
Sounds Of Nature Series
has been unexpectedly held up and probably won't be released until early September, tying in with the company's first anniversary.
New York Magazine
20 October 1969
San Francisco Chronicle
8 October 1969
Cash Box
1 November 1969
13 December 1969
20 December 1969
Billboard
8 November 1969
3 January 1970
Circus
December 1969
Rolling Stone:
The Uncensored History (Doubleday, 1990)
DisCoveries
June1991
July 1991
Deity / Reprise single 0870
Variety
5 November 1969
Cash Box
8 November 1969
Record World
8 November 1969
(Dirty 0870)
Billboard
29 November 1969
Saturday Night
At The Cow Palace
Cow Pie
Can't Get No Nookie
More Or Less
Hudson's Bay Again
Words, Music And
© Phillip Noble Marsh
30 July 1970
NBC-TV Rock Center
with Brian Williams
5 April 2013
Wounded Bird
WOU 6378
May 2013

7747 SOUPY SALES
EW # 24
Order 6 November 2000
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
2,500 (Two Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
31 Tracks
A Single CD
With A 12-Page Booklet
Track #s 28 - 29
Arranged and Conducted
by Jack Nitzsche
Track #s 30 - 31
Produced, Arranged and Conducted
by Jack Nitzsche
Reprise album
R 6010
Billboard review
18 December 1961
R 6052 Released
21 August 1962
Reprise single
20041
Billboard review
18 December 1961
20064
Billboard review
24 March 1962
20108
Billboard review
22 September 1962
20189
Released
4 June 1963
0244
Released
26 November 1963
0368 SOUPY
Not Reviewed In Billboard But
0369
Dean Martin
Billboard review
15 May 1965
The Mouse (ABC Paramount single 10646) entered Billboard
24 April 1965

7748

7749 TAJ MAHAL
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
33 Tracks (Including
7 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 20-Page Booklet
Wounded Bird
WOU 2994
14 January 2014

7750 WONDERWALL
EW #23
Order 23 October 2000
A Rhino Handmade
Found ObjectTM

7751

7752

7753

7754 THE DAVE CLARK FIVE (WITHDRAWN)
EW #
Order 2 April 2001
A Rhino Handmade
Found ObjectTM

7755 THE MONKEES
SUMMER 1967
EW #28
Order 12 March 2001
Liner Notes by
Roland Worthington Hand
(Curator, Rhino Handmade Institute Of Petromusicology)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,500 (Three Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
68 Tracks (Including
51 Previously Unreleased)
A 4-CD Set
With A 40-Page Booklet

7756 SLY AND
THE FAMILY STONE
EW #
Order 7 May 2001
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
22 Tracks (Including
5 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Wounded Bird
WOU 7756
7 June 2016

7757

7758 JOHN SEBASTIAN
EW # [42]
Order 23 July 2001
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
64 Tracks (Including
3 Previously Unreleased)
A 3-CD Set
With A 24-Page Booklet
Wounded Bird
WOU 6379
14 January 2014
Missing Disc Three
Track #s 11 - 15
recorded live 15 August 1969 at Woodstock Music And Art Fair in Bethel, NY

7759 THE FUGS
EW #41
Order 2 July 2001
Reviewed
UNCUT #109
June 2006
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
65 Tracks (Including
5 Previously Unreleased)
A 3-CD Set
With A 40-Page Booklet

7760

7761 SUMMER STOCK /
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING
DOUBLE FEATURE
EW # Order March 2001
Ship 30 May 2001
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
6,000 (Six Thousand)
Copies
33 Tracks (Including
13 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7762

7763

7764 THE 4 HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING
EW # Order March 2001
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
4,500 (Four Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
33 Tracks (Including
21 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7765 BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING
EW # Order
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
4,500 (Four Thousand
Five Hundred)
Copies
33 Tracks (Including
32 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7766

7767

7768 ATHENA
ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK RECORDING
EW # Order
Ship 7 November 2001
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
33 Tracks (Including
25 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7769

7770

7771

7772

7773

7774

7775

7776

7777

7778

7779

7780 MALO
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
41 Tracks (Including
1 Previously Unreleased)
A 4-CD Set
(4 Compact Discs In
4 Cardboard Mini-Jackets)
With A 20-Page Booklet
Packaged In A
5.0 x 5.0 x .75 Inch
[12.7 x 12.7 x 1.9
Centimeter] Box

7781

7782

7783 JOSIE AND
THE PUSSYCATS

EW #31
Order 9 April 2001
Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
5,000 (Five Thousand)
Copies
28 Tracks (Including
6 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet

7784 JOHN COLTRANE
EW #21
Order 25 September 2000
A Rhino Handmade
Found ObjectTM

7785

7786

7787 JACK NITZSCHE -
THREE PIECE SUITE:
THE REPRISE RECORDINGS
1971 - 1974

Liner Notes by
Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
21 Tracks (Including
15 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 20-Page Booklet
Track 9 I'm The Loneliest Fool (Previously Unreleased) Now
Track 22 on
Hard Workin' Man:
The Jack Nitzsche Story, Vol 2
Ace CDCHD 1130
9 October 2006
Track 7 Lower California (Previously Unreleased) Now
Track 12 on
Night Walker:
The Jack Nitzsche Story, Vol 3
Ace CDCHD 1430
30 June 2014

7788

7789

7790

7791 - 7799

7800

7801

7802

7803

7804 THE RASCALS
EW #
Order 30 July 2001
Liner Notes Edited
by Bryan Thomas
(Institute Wordsmith)
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
131 Tracks
A 6-CD Set
With A 100-Page Booklet
And Two 9.5-Inch by 14.25-Inch
[24 x 36 Centimeter]
Mini-Posters
Packaged In A
5.0 x 5.5 x 1.25 Inch
[12.7 x 14.0 x 3.175
Centimeter] Slipcase

7805 ROCK, RHYTHM AND DOO WOP, VOLUME 2
EW #51
Order 17 December 2001
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
66 Tracks
A 3-CD Set
With A 44-Page 5.5 x 11.25 Inch Booklet

7901 THE DOORS
THE BRIGHT MIDNIGHT SAMPLER
13 Tracks (Including
13 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
Rhino Handmade (Phase One: 1999 - 2001)
Bright Midnight Records Releases
Were Neither Individually Numbered
Nor Limited Editions

7902 THE DOORS
LIVE IN DETROIT
27 Tracks
(Including 22 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 8-Page Folder

7903 THE DOORS
NO ONE HERE GETS OUT ALIVE
16 Segments (Including
Previously Unreleased Audio Rarities)
A 4-CD Set
With A 24-Page Booklet

7904 THE DOORS
THE LOST INTERVIEW TAPES FEATURING JIM MORRISON VOLUME ONE
Two Previously Unreleased Interviews
A Single CD
With A 8-Page Folder

7905 THE DOORS
LIVE IN HOLLYWOOD: HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AQUARIUS THEATER PERFORMANCES
10 Tracks (Including
8 Previously Unreleased)
A Single CD
With A 12-Page Folder

7906 THE DOORS
LIVE AT THE AQUARIUS THEATER: THE FIRST PERFORMANCE
21 Tracks (Including
16 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 12-Page Booklet

7907 THE DOORS
LIVE AT THE AQUARIUS THEATRE: THE SECOND PERFORMANCE
33 Tracks (Including
24 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 12-Page Booklet

7908 THE DOORS
BACKSTAGE AND DANGEROUS: THE PRIVATE REHEARSAL
Ship 23 January 2002
24 Tracks (Including
23 Previously Unreleased)
A 2-CD Set
With A 8-Page Booklet

7909 THE DOORS
THE LOST INTERVIEW TAPES FEATURING JIM MORRISON VOLUME TWO: THE CIRCUS MAGAZINE INTERVIEW
Ship 23 January 2002
A Previously Unreleased Interview
A Single CD
With A 8-Page Folder

8701 LIDSVILLE
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
17 Episodes (Including
14 Previously Unreleased)
A 4-VHS Tape Set
In A Slipcase
Not Rated/Color/SP

8702 THE BUGALOOS
An Individually
Numbered
Limited Edition Of
3,000 (Three Thousand)
Copies
17 Episodes (Including
12 Previously Unreleased)
A 4-VHS Tape Set
In A Slipcase
Not Rated/Color/SP


7804 THE RASCALS
All I Really Need:
The Atlantic Recordings 1965-71
Hand Annotated
by Harry Young 2001

DISC ONE
1. Slow Down
2. Baby Let's Wait
3. Just A Little
4. I Believe
5. Do You Feel It
© 14 April 1966
6. Good Lovin'
7. Like A Rolling Stone
8. Mustang Sally
9. I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
10. In The Midnight Hour
~ Atlantic album SD-8123
'THE YOUNG RASCALS'
Billboard review
30 April 1966
Billboard ad 7 May 1966
11. What Is The Reason
© 14 October 1966 &
2 February 1967
12. Since I Fell For You
13. Lonely Too Long
© 2 February 1967 &
an unknown date in 1966
14. No Love To Give
© 2 February 1967 &
an unknown date in 1966
15. Mickey's Monkey / Love Lights
16. Come On Up
© 14 October 1966 &
2 February 1967
17. Too Many Fish In The Sea
18. More
19. Nineteen Fifty-Six
20. Love Is A Beautiful Thing
© 1 June 1966 &
2 February 1967
21. Land Of 1000 Dances
~ Atlantic album SD-8134
'COLLECTIONS'
Billboard review
24 December 1966

DISC TWO
1. A Girl Like You
© 31 July 1967
2. Find Somebody
© 18 August 1967
3. I'm So Happy Now
© 18 August 1967
4. Sueno
© 27 April 1967
5. How Can I Be Sure
© 18 September 1967 &
5 October 1967
6. Groovin'
© 26 April 1967
7. If You Knew
© 2 February 1967
8. I Don't Love You Anymore
© 18 August 1967
9. You Better Run
© 19 May 1966 &
28 July 1966
10. A Place In The Sun
11. It's Love
© 18 September 1967 &
29 March 1968
~ Atlantic album SD-8148
'GROOVIN''
Billboard review
12 August 1967
12. Easy Rollin'
© 25 January 1968
13. Rainy Day
© 25 January 1968
14. Please Love Me
© 25 January 1968
15. It's Wonderful
© 24 November 1967
16. I'm Gonna Love You
© 25 January 1968
17. My Hawaii
© 25 January 1968
18. My World
© 25 January 1968
19. Silly Girl
© 12 March 1968
20. Singin' The Blues Too Long
© 25 January 1968
21. Sattva
© 12 March 1968
22. Finale:
Once Upon A Dream
© 12 March 1968
23. A Beautiful Morning
© 12 March 1968
~ Atlantic album SD-8169
'ONCE UPON A DREAM'
Billboard review
24 February 1968

DISC THREE
Tracks 1 to 14:
~ Atlantic album SD-8190
'TIME PEACE / THE RASCALS' GREATEST HITS'
Billboard review
6 July 1968
Billboard ad
6 July 1968
15. America The Beautiful
© 22 January 1969
16. Me And My Friends
© 22 January 1969
17. Any Dance'll Do
18. Look Around
© 22 January 1969
19. A Ray of Hope
© 18 November 1968 &
20 December 1968
20. Island of Love
© 22 January 1969
21. Of Course
© 24 November 1967
(Yes, 1967 !)
22. Love Was So Easy To Give
© 22 January 1969
23. People Got To Be Free
© 11 July 1968 &
2 August 1968
24. Baby I'm Blue
© 22 January 1969
25. Heaven
© 22 January 1969
A Place Called Heaven
© 22 January 1969
~ Atlantic album SD-8901
'FREEDOM SUITE'
Billboard review
22 March 1969

DISC FOUR
1. Adrian's Birthday
© 7 April 1969
2. Boom
© 23 April 1969
3. Cute
~ Atlantic album SD-8901
'FREEDOM SUITE'
Billboard review
22 March 1969
4. See
5. I'd Like To Take You Home
© 15 December 1969
6. Remember Me
© 15 December 1969
7. I'm Blue
© 15 December 1969
8. Stop And Think
© 15 December 1969
9. Temptation's 'Bout To Get Me
10. Nubia
© 15 December 1969
11. Carry Me Back
© 11 August 1969 &
22 September 1969
12. Away Away
7 May 1969
13. Real Thing
© 11 August 1969
14. Death's Reply
© 15 December 1969
15. Hold On
© 15 December 1969 &
4 February 1970
~ Atlantic album SD-8246
'SEE'
Billboard review
27 December 1969
Billboard ad
7 February 1970

DISC FIVE
1. Right On
© 25 November 1970
2. I Believe
© 16 January 1970
3. Thank You Baby
4. You Don't Know
© 23 April 1970
5. Nama
6. Almost Home
7. The Letter
8. Ready For Love
© 23 April 1970
9. Fortunes
10. Glory Glory
© 29 June 1970
~ Atlantic album SD-8276
'SEARCH AND NEARNESS'
Billboard review
6 March 1971
THE SINGLES:
11. I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore
12. Slow Down
~ Atlantic single 2312
Billboard review
27 November 1965
13. Good Lovin'
14. Mustang Sally
~ Atlantic single 2321
Billboard review
26 February 1966
15. You Better Run
16. Love Is A Beautiful Thing
~ Atlantic single 2338
Billboard review
4 June 1966
17. Come On Up
18. What Is The Reason
~ Atlantic single 2353
Billboard review
17 September 1966
Billboard ad
17 September 1966
19. I've Been Lonely Too Long
20. If You Knew
~ Atlantic single 2377
Billboard review
21 January 1967
Billboard ad
21 January 1967
21. Groovin'
22. Sueno
~ Atlantic single 2401
Billboard review
15 April 1967
Groovin' ad with LPs 8123 and 8134
Billboard
13 May 1967, page one
23. A Girl Like You
24. It's Love
~ Atlantic single 2424
Billboard review
8 July 1967
Billboard ad
8 July 1967

DISC SIX
1. Groovin' (Italian)
2. Groovin' (Spanish)
~ Atlantic single 2428
Not reviewed in Billboard but
Atlantic single
2427 Billboard review
15 July 1967
2426 Billboard review
22 July 1967
2430 Billboard ad
29 July 1967
3. How Can I Be Sure
4. I'm So Happy Now
~ Atlantic single 2438
Billboard review
2 September 1967
5. It's Wonderful
6. Of Course
~ Atlantic single 2463
Billboard review
2 December 1967
7. A Beautiful Morning
8. Rainy Day
~ Atlantic single 2493
Billboard review
6 April 1968
Billboard ad
(with CSG Stereo logo)
6 April 1968
Separate full page CSG Stereo ad
Billboard 6 April 1968
9. People Got To Be Free
10. My World
~ Atlantic single 2537
Not reviewed in Billboard but
Full page ads in Billboard
13 and 20 July 1968
11. A Ray of Hope
12. Any Dance'll Do
~ Atlantic single 2584
Billboard review
23 November 1968
13. Heaven
14. Baby I'm Blue
~ Atlantic single 2599
Billboard review
1 February 1969
15. See
16. Away Away
~ Atlantic single 2634
Billboard review
(*SHE*)
10 May 1969
17. Carry Me Back
18. Real Thing
~ Atlantic single 2664
Billboard review
30 August 1969
Billboard ad
30 August 1969
19. Hold On
20. I Believe
~ Atlantic single 2695
Billboard review
20 December 1969
Billboard ad
3 January 1970
21. Glory Glory
22. You Don't Know
~ Atlantic single 2743
Billboard review
11 July 1970
23. Right On
24. Almost Home
~ Atlantic single 2773
Billboard review
12 December 1970


7704 SONNY - INNER VIEWS
Hand Explicated
by Harry Young 2009

Track 02. I Told My Girl To Go Away (4:17)
Registered With The Library Of Congress Copyright Office 6 September 1967
Master 13031 Assigned
6 September 1967

Full-length version only on Stereo INNER VIEWS album. Mono album, ATCO 45 6505 (3:34) and printed lyrics delete: I overheard her Mom and Dad / I heard them say that they'd be glad / When she'd start dating Her Own Kind / She's still growin'up / Don't worry dear / She'll find out herself / Let's not interfere.

Her Own Kind inspired by Society's Child (Baby I've Been Thinking) by Janis Ian:

Verve Folkways,
Verve Forecast FT / FTS 3017
JANIS IAN
Billboard New Release
11 March 1967
Billboard Review
18 March 1967
Entered Billboard
17 June 1967, #29
Mira Sound Studios, NYC
3 August 1966
100926 Society's Child (Baby I've Been Thinking)
Verve,
Verve Folkways,
Verve Forecast KF 5027
Billboard Review
10 September 1966
Variety Review
21 September 1966
Entered Billboard's Bubbling Under 22 October 1966, #114
Entered Billboard's Hot 100 27 May 1967, #14
100927 Letter To Jon
Verve,
Verve Folkways,
Verve Forecast KF 5027 B
Mira Sound Studios, NYC
21 December 1966
101817 Go 'Way Little Girl
101818 Hair Of Spun Gold
101819 Then Tangles Of My Mind
101820 I'll Give You A Stone If You'll Throw It (Changing Tymes)
Verve Forecast KF 5041
101821 Pro-Girl
101822 A Grape Masher With Dirty Feet UNRELEASED
101823
Younger Generation Blues
Verve Forecast KF 5041
Billboard Review
18 March 1967
101824 New Christ Cardiac Hero
101825 Lover Be Kindly
101826 Mrs. McKenzie
101827 Janey's Blues LP: 4:54
Verve Forecast KF 5099 (3:09)
Not Reviewed In Billboard
KF 5100 A Friend And A Lover
Billboard Review
25 January 1969

Verve Forecast FT / FTS 3024 FOR ALL THE SEASONS OF YOUR MIND
Billboard Review
9 December 1967
Variety Review
13 December 1967
Entered Billboard
30 December 1967, #179
Mira Sound Studios, NYC
20 October 1967
103767 Insanity Comes Quietly To The Structured Mind (2:39)
Verve Forecast KF 5072
Billboard Review
18 November 1967
Entered Billboard
9 December 1967, #109
103768 Insanity Comes Quietly To The Structured Mind (4:50)
FTS 3024 And DJ KF 5072 B
103769 Sunflakes Fall, Snowrays Call
Verve Forecast KF 5072 B
103770 A Song For All The Seasons Of Your Mind
Verve Forecast KF 5079 B
Mira Sound Studios, NYC
26 October 1967
103771 And I Did Ma
103772 Honey D'Ya Think?
103773 Bahimsa
103774 Queen Merka & Me
103775 There Are Times
103776 Lonely One
Verve Forecast KF 5079
Variety Review
21 February 1967
Billboard Review
24 February 1967
103777 Evening Star
103778 Shady Acres

Verve Forecast FTS 3048 THE SECRET LIFE OF J. EDDY FINK
Century Sound, NYC
12 June 1968
Billboard New Release And Review
7 September 1968
Down Beat Review
24 July 1969
104999 What Do You Think Of The Dead?
105000 Son Of Love
105001 She's Made Of Porcelain
105002 Everybody Knows
Verve Forecast KF 5099 B
105003 Evening You're Gone UNRELEASED
105004 Patterns And The Way UNRELEASED
105005 Pipe Dreams For Christmas UNRELEASED
105006 Chimney Sweep UNRELEASED
105007 Baby's Blue
105008 Sweet Misery
105009 Nobody Just Like Anybody UNRELEASED
105010 Blackness Is Her Friend UNRELEASED
105011 Hey Hey Jon UNRELEASED
105012 New York Tactical Force UNRELEASED
105013 42nd St. Psycho Blues
105014 Friends Again
Verve Forecast KF 5090
Billboard Review
3 August 1967
Billboard Ad
17 August 1968
Century Sound, NYC
12 June 1968
105222 Mistaken Identity
105223 When I Was A Child
105224 Look To The Rain
NYC, 19 June 1968
105277 Lady Of The Night
Verve Forecast KF 5090 B

Verve Forecast FTS 3063 WHO REALLY CARES
Olmstead Studio, NYC
24 April 1969
Billboard Review
22 November 1969
Billboard New Release
6 December 1969
Produced by Charles Calello
Arranged by Charles Calello And Janis Ian
106182 Time On My Hands
106183 Snowbird
NYC, 8 May 1969
106217 Orphan Of The Wind
106218 Jazz Thing UNRELEASED
NYC, 15 May 1969
106228 Month Of May
Verve Forecast KF 5113 B
106229 Love You More Than Yesterday
106230 You Were Born UNRELEASED
106231 Sea And Sand
106232 Galveston
NYC, 9 June 1969
106244 or 106396
Calling Your Name
106245 or 106397
Do You Remember?
NYC, 24 October 1969
106547 Calling Your Name LP: 4:29
Verve Forecast KF 5113 (3:48)
Not Reviewed In Billboard


Phase One Release Numbers later associated with Phase Two, Three and Four projects:

7717 (LORRAINE ELLISON), 7721 (ERIC QUINCY TATE), 7724 (BUCK OWENS), 7725 (RUFUS HARLEY), 7726 (JUDY HENSKE), 7729 (T-BONE BURNETT), 7730 ( - ), 7731 (TONY JOE WHITE), 7732 (BLACK OAK ARKANSAS), 7734 (FANNY), 7735 (BLACK SABBATH), 7736 (NICOLETTE LARSON), 7737 (ATLANTIC BLUES), 7738 (ATLANTIC VOCAL GROUPS), 7739 (ATLANTIC SOUL), 7740 (THE COASTERS), 7742 ( - ), 7743 ( - ), 7744 ( - ), 7745 ( - ), 7748 (VANILLA FUDGE), 7751 (CACTUS), 7752 (ZUZU'S PETALS), 7753 (WILSON PICKETT), 7754 (LEE HAZELWOOD; 7754 Originally Assigned To The Withdrawn DAVE CLARK FIVE), 7757 (ARETHA FRANKLIN), 7760 (NESUHI), 7762 (THE PIRATE), 7763 (GOOD NEWS), 7766 (IT'S ALWAYS FAIR WEATHER), 7767 ( - ), 7769 (SUMMER HOLIDAY), 7770 & 7771 (CHARLES WRIGHT & THE WATTS 103rd STREET RHYTHM BAND), 7772 (IVANHOE), 7773 (THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE), 7774 (BEST FOOT FORWARD), 7775 ( - ), 7778 (BORN TO DANCE), 7779 (THREE LITTLE WORDS / YOLANDA AND THE THIEF), 7781 ( - ), 7782 ( - ), 7785 ( - ), 7786 ( - ), 7788 ( - ), 7789 ( - ), 7790 ( - ), 7791 - 7799 ( - ), 7800 ( - ), 7801 (THE BAND), 7802 (JUDEE SILL), 7818 (Nuggets), 7821 (Nuggets), 7845 (DOUG SAHM, Wounded Bird WOU 7254, 14 January 2014), 7846 - 7895, 7896 (JOHN BALDRY, Wounded Bird WOU 1921, 14 January 2014), 7900



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