1974 Rita Coolidge – Fall Into Spring

Fall Into Spring is a 1974 album by Rita Coolidge and was released on the A&M Records label.

Rita Coolidge (born May 1, 1945) is an American recording artist and songwriter. During the 1970s and 1980s, she charted hits on Billboard magazine’s pop, country, adult contemporary, and jazz charts and won two Grammy Awards with fellow musician and former husband Kris Kristofferson.


1  Love Has No Pride (Eric Kaz, Libby Titus) 3:54
2  That’s What Friends Are For (Paul Williams) 5:00
3  Cowboys And Indians (Bobby Charles) 3:20
4  Hold An Old Friend’s Hand (Donna Weiss) 4:18
5  We Had It All (Donnie Fritts, Troy Seals) 3:04
6  Mama Lou (Larry Murray) 3:14
7  Heaven’s Dream (Marc Benno) 2:28
8  Desperados Waiting For The Train (Guy Clark) 5:17
9  A Nickel For The Fiddler (Guy Clark) 2:56
10  The Burden Of Freedom (Kris Kristofferson) 5:13
11  Now Your Baby Is A Lady (Donna Weiss, Jackie DeShannon) 2:40
12  I Feel Like Going Home (Charlie Rich) 5:29



BassLeland Sklar
DrumsSammy Creason
GuitarDean Parks
GuitarJerry McGee
Pedal Steel GuitarAl Perkins
Acoustic GuitarDean Parks
Acoustic GuitarJerry McGee
BanjoHerb Pedersen
DobroDean Parks
MandolinDean Parks
KeyboardsMike Utley
AccordionNick DeCaro
HarmonicaJerry McGee
FiddleGib Guilbeau
MarimbaMilt Holland
VibesMilt Holland
PercussionBobbye Hall
Background VocalsAndrew Gold
Background VocalsBrooks Hunnicut
Background VocalsDonna Weiss
Background VocalsJennifer Warnes
Background VocalsKenny Edwards
Background VocalsRita Jean Bodine
Background VocalsLinda Dillard

Other Musicians

4 Hold An Old Friend’s Hand

PianoBooker T Jones
Background VocalsBooker T Jones

8 Desperados Waiting For The Train

DobroGeoff Levin
Background VocalsBooker T Jones
Background VocalsPriscilla Coolidge

Liner Notes

Producer – David Anderle
Engineer (Recording Engineer) – Brian Dall’armi, John Haeny, Kent Nebergall, Ric Tarantini
Engineer (Remix Engineer Assistance) – Brian Dall’armi, Kent Nebergall
Engineer (Remix Engineer) – David Anderle
Mastered By – Doug Sax
Orchestrated By – David Campbell

Recorded At – Sunset Sound Recorders
Mastered At – The Mastering Lab