1974 Jack Jones – Harbour

Harbour is an album by Jack Jones, released in 1974 on RCA Victor.

John Allan Jones (born January 14, 1938) is an American singer and actor. He is the son of actor/singer Allan Jones and actress Irene Hervey. Jones is primarily a straight-pop singer  whose forays into jazz are mostly of the big-band/swing variety. He has won two Grammy Awards.


1  Here’s To Love (Hod David; Ray Errol Fox) 02:15
2  Do Me Wrong, But Do Me (Alan O’Day) 03:29
3  It Didn’t Come Easy (Charles Fox; Norman Gimbel) 03:21
4  All Cried Out (Michael McDonald) 03:08
5  Would You Say I Love You (Roger Cook; Roger Greenaway) 03:12
6  Alone Too Long (Cynthia Weill; Mark James) 03:28
7  Fools In Love (Michael McDonald) 03:16
8  Til I Can’t Take It Anymore (Clyde Otis; Dorian Burton) 02:52
9  I Never Had It So Good (Paul Williams; Roger Nichols) 03:57
10  That’s What Friends Are For (Paul Williams) 03:14
11  Harbour (Peter Allen) 04:25


BassEmory Gordy
BassMax Bennett
DrumsJohn Guerin
DrumsRon Tutt
GuitarJames Burton
GuitarAl Casey
Steel GuitarBuddy Emmons
MandolinAl Casey
KeyboardsMichael McDonald
KeyboardsMichael Omartian
FluteJim Horn
RecorderJim Horn
HarpGayle Levant
BongosBobbye Hall
CongasBobbye Hall
MarimbaVictor Feldman
VibraphoneVictor Feldman
PercussionMilt Holland
PercussionVictor Feldman
VocalsJack Jones

Liner Notes

Producer- Rick Jarrard
Arranged By – Rick Jarrard

Art Direction – John Dyer
Design – AD

Phonographic Copyright RCA Records
Copyright RCA Records