1973 Vikki Carr – Ms America

Ms. America is an album by Vikki Carr, released in 1973 on CBS.

Florencia Bisenta de Casillas-Martinez Cardona (born July 19, 1941), known by her stage name Vikki Carr, is an American vocalist. She has a singing career that spans more than four decades. Born in El Paso, Texas to parents of Mexican ancestry, she has performed in a variety of musical genres, including pop, jazz and country, while her greatest success has come from singing in Spanish. She established the Vikki Carr Scholarship Foundation in 1971. Vikki Carr has won three Grammys and was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Latin Grammys in 2008 at the 9th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.


1  Baby Don’t Walk Out On Me (Bobby Hart; Danny Janssen) 03:22
2  Danny’s Song (Kenny Loggins) 03:08
3  I Would Be Your Friend (Austin Roberts) 02:52
4  Killing Me Soflty With His Song (Charles Fox; Norman Gimbel) 05:30
5  Ms America (Bobby Hart; Danny Janssen) 02:56
6  This Girl Is Gonna Cry (Bobby Hart; Danny Janssen) 02:58
7  Rescue Me (Bobby Hart; Danny Janssen) 03:36
8  Somebody Loves You (Billy Meshel; Chris Montez) 03:08
9  Neither One Of Us (Wants To Be The First To Say Goodbye) (Jim Weatherly) 04:34
10  We Didn’t Know The Time Of Day (Bobby Hart; Danny Janssen; Wes Farrell) 03:20
11  Last Song (Larry Evoy) 03:02


BassMax Bennett
DrumsGene Pello
GuitarDean Parks
GuitarLarry Carlton
GuitarLouie Shelton
GuitarRichard Bennett
KeyboardsDanny Janssen
KeyboardsJimmie Haskell
KeyboardsMichael Omartian
HornsBill Perkins
HornsLew McCreary
HornsOllie Mitchell
HornsTony Terran
Background VocalsJackie Ward
Background VocalsMarilyn Jackson
Background VocalsRon Hicklin
Background VocalsSherlie Matthews
Background VocalsTom Bahler
VocalsVikki Carr

Liner Notes

Producer – Bobby Hart, Danny Janssen
Arranged By – Jimmie Haskell
Engineer – Davie Hassinger
Concertmaster – Sidney Sharp

Photography – Ed Caraeff

Recorded At The Sound Factory
Phonographic Copyright (p) CBS Inc