1972 Howard Tate – Howard Tate

Howard Tate is an album by Howard Tate, released in 1972.

Howard Tate (August 13, 1939 – December 2, 2011) was an American soul singer and songwriter. His greatest success came with a string of hit singles in the late 1960s, including “Ain’t Nobody Home” and “Get It While You Can,” the latter of which became a hit for the singer Janis Joplin.



1  She’s A Burglar (Jerry Ragovoy) 2:45
2  8 Days On The Road (Jerry Ragovoy, Mike Gayle) 2:40
3  You Don’t Know Anything About Love (Jerry Ragovoy) 3:26
4  When I Was A Young Man (Jerry Ragovoy, Joey Levine) 2:23
5  Girl Of The North Country (Bob Dylan) 3:44
6  Where Did My Baby Go (Jerry Ragovoy) 2:31
7  Keep Cool (Don’t Be A Fool) (Jerry Ragovoy) 2:37
8  Jemima Surrender (Levon Helm, Robbie Robertson) 2:33
9  Strugglin’ (Jerry Ragovoy, Mike Gayle) 2:38
10  It’s Heavy (Eugene Pistilli, Jerry Ragovoy) 3:18
11 It’s Your Move (Jerry Ragovoy, Joey Levine) 3:42
12 The Bitter End (Jerry Ragovoy) 2:48



BassGary Van Scyoc
BassJerry Jemmott
BassWilliam Salter
DrumsBernard Purdie
DrumsRick Marotta
DrumsRobert Wright
GuitarDavid Spinozza
GuitarEric Gale
GuitarMike Gayle
PianoJerry Ragovoy
PianoKen Ascher
PianoRichard Tee
BassoonKenny Berger
SaxGeorge Coleman
SaxGeorge Young
SaxTrevor Lawrence
TromboneGarnett Brown
TrumpetAl Del Monte
TrumpetErnie Royal
TrumpetMarky Markowitz
PercussionRalph MacDonald
VocalsHoward Tate

Liner Notes

Producer– Jerry Ragovoy
Arranged By – David Spinozza (Tracks 1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11)
Arranged By – Jerry Ragovoy (Tracks 3, 5, 6)
Engineer – Jerry Ragovoy, Bruce Tergesen, Eddie Youngblood, Joe Finelli, Jon Child

Artwork – Loring Eutemey
Photography By – Joel Brodsky

Recorded at the Hit Factory, New York, NY.