1975 The Main Ingredient – Rolling Down A Mountainside

Rolling Down A Mountainside is the seventh album by The Main Ingredient, released in 1975 on RCA Records.

The Main Ingredient is an American soul and R&B group best known for their 1972 hit song “Everybody Plays the Fool”.


1  Rolling Down A Mountainside (Jacqueline Hilliard; Leon Ware) 04:33
2  Of This I’m Sure (Carl Hogan) 03:35
3  The Good Old Days (Leonard Perry) 03:58
4  I Want To Make You Glad (Gerry Richelson; Malcolm Dodds) 05:47
5  Thanks For The Laughs (JR Bailey; Ken Williams) 04:02
6  You & Me – Me & You (Ed Townsend) 03:03
7  Family Man (Larry Gottlieb) 03:24
8  A Broken Heart Don’t Really Break (JR Bailey; Ken Williams; Rudy Clark) 03:10
9  That Ain’t My Style (Ed Townsend) 04:11


BassBill Upchurch
DrumsEarl Johnson
DrumsEd Greene
DrumsHarvey Mason Sr
GuitarWah Wah Watson
GuitarRay Parker Jr
PianoJoe Sample
French HornSidney Muldrow
SaxErnie Fields Jr
SaxHerman Riley
TromboneGrover Mitchell
TrumpetBobby Bryant
TrumpetJohn Roberts
VibraphoneGene Estes
CongasCharles Young
VocalsCuba Gooding
VocalsLuther Simmons
VocalsTony Silvester

Liner Notes

Producer – Cuba Gooding, Luther Simmons
Producer – Ed Townsend (Tracks 6, 9)
Arranged By – Rene Hall
Arranged By – Bert DeCoteaux (Track 3)
Engineer – Mickey Crofford

Art Direction – Acy Lehman, Frank Mulvey
Photography – Nick Sangiamo

Recorded At RCA’s Music Center Of The World
Phonographic Copyright (p) RCA Records
Copyright (c) RCA Records