Jim Pulte was member of the band Southwind:
Southwind released this and a handful of singles before replacing organist Phil Hope with longtime pal Dugg (Fontaine) Brown as a full time member. The group left Venture records for the eccentric and now-legendary Blue Thumb label, releasing their second album “Ready To Ride” in 1970. Southwind’s final effort was the more blues-influenced “What A Strange Place To Land” album in 1971, and not long after the release, the group disbanded. John Martin (now going by his newly-adopted first name of “Moon”) went on to back artists such as Linda Ronstadt and later recorded several solo albums, all of which received little attention. Martin is probably best remembered for writing Robert Palmer’s huge hit “Bad Case Of Lovin’ You (Doctor, Doctor).” Jim Pulte made a couple of solo albums for United Artists, and virtually dropped out of radar. Little is known of the whereabouts of original organist Phil Hope or drummer Eric Dalton. Dugg (Fontaine) Brown has been in the music scene for years, and was at one time connected to music legends Del Shannon and Bob Seger. Brown still writes and records music today.
1 All Uphill From Here (Jim Pulte) 3:26
2 Anything (Jim Pulte) 3:03
3 My Heart’s On Sweet Rollenem (Jim Pulte) 2:46
4 Cry, Sing And Laugh (Jim Pulte) 3:22
5 Point Me Home (Jim Pulte) 2:59
6 The Goose Flew Back (Jim Pulte) 3:22
7 Reno Street Incident (Jesse Davis) 3:56
8 Big Times (Jim Pulte, Fontaine Brown) 2:40
9 Old Time Junkie (Jim Pulte, Fontaine Brown, Eric Dalton) 2:55
10 Out The Window (Jim Pulte) 3:13
|Guitar||Jesse Ed Davis|
|Acoustic Guitar||Jim Pulte|
|Acoustic Guitar||Jesse Ed Davis|
|Pedal Steel Guitar||Buddy Emmons|
|Banjo||Jesse Ed Davis|
Producer – Jesse Ed Davis, Jim Pulte
Directed By (Direction), Management – Skip Taylor Productions, Ltd.
Engineer (Recording) – John Stronach
Mastered By – Bob MacLeod
Art Direction – Norman Seeff
Graphics, Design – John Van Hamersveld
Photography By – Al Vandenberg
Record Company – United Artists Records, Inc.
Manufactured By – United Artists Records, Inc.
Produced For – Washita Productions, Ltd.
Copyright (c) – United Artists Records, Inc.
Recorded At – The Village Recorder
Mixed At – Sunset Sound Recorders
Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
Published By – Slippery Jack Song Co.
Published By – Cotillion Music, Inc.