1972 Jerry Lacroix – Lacroix

Lacroix is the first solo album by Jerry Lacroix, released in 1972.

Jerry Lacroix (10 October 1943 –  7 May 2014) was an American singer and saxophone player. He used to play in Edgar Winter’s White Trash band in the early 70’s and Rare Earth.



1  On The Road Again (Jerry LaCroix) 3:26
2  Drivin’ Wheel (BB King, Jules Taub) 5:19
3  A Little Bit O’ Trust (Edgar Winter, Jerry LaCroix) 4:39
4  New Orleans Song (Jerry LaCroix) 4:00
5  Marshall’s Tune (Marhall Cyr) 3:22
6  Tired Of Feeling Sorry For Myself (Jerry LaCroix) 3:25
7  Ninety-Nine And A Half (Eddie Floyd, Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett) 3:43
8  Sexy Linda Lee (Jerry LaCroix) 2:51
9  I’d Like To Write A Song (Jerry LaCroix) 3:15
10  All Join Together (Jerry LaCroix) 6:33



BassGeorge Sheck
DrumsBobby Ramirez
GuitarBarry Rillera
HarmonicaJerry Lacroix
SaxJerry Lacroix
SaxJon Smith
TrumpetMarshall Cyr
TrumpetTilly Lawrence
PercussionMarshall Cyr
PercussionTilly Lawrence
Background VocalsJon Smith
VocalsJerry Lacroix

Other Musicians

1 On The Road Again

BassJose Silva

2 Drivin’ Wheel

BassJose Silva
OrganGordon De Witty

3 A Little Bit O’ Trust

PianoMichael Omartian

4 New Orleans Song

PianoJerry LaCroix

6 Tired Of Feeling Sorry For Myself

PianoMichael Omartian

7 Ninety-Nine And A Half

BassJose Silva
OrganGreg Mathieson

9 I’d Like To Write A Song

BassJose Silva
PianoGreg Mathieson

10 All Join Together

BassJose Silva

Liner Notes

Producer – Tom Thacker, Jerry LaCroix
Co-producer – Bill Schnee (Tracks 3, 6, 8)
Arranged By (Horns) – Jon Smith, Jerry LaCroix
Engineer – George Beauregard, Jack Andrews
Other (Engineering Consultant) – John Horton

Photography, Design – Philip Schwartz, Tom Gundelfinger

Recorded At – Bolic Sound
Mixed At – Bolic Sound