The Lovin’ People is an album from singer Len Chandler. It was released in 1967 on Columbia. Tracks 1 Bound To Fly (Len Chandler) 02:53 2 The Naked Fool (Len Chandler) 05:08 3 The Lovin’ People (Len Chandler) 02:51 4 The Warmth Of You Beside Me (Len Chandler) 03:05 5 And Still I Dream (Len […]
Sings The Blues is an album by singer/pianist/songwriter Nina Simone. This was Simone’s first album for RCA Records after previously recording for Colpix Records and Philips Records. The album was also reissued in 2006 with bonus tracks, and re-packaged in 1991 by RCA/Novus as a 17-track compilation under the title The Blues. Tracks 1 Do […]
Life Is A Constant Journey Home is an album by trumpet player/singer Jerry Moore, released in 1967 on ESP Disk. Tracks 1 Ballad Of Birmingham (Jerry Moore; Dudley Randall) 04:24 2 Winds Of Change (Jerry Moore) 05:16 3 Let Go, Reach Out (Jerry Moore) 03:29 4 Life Is A Constant Journey Home (Jerry Moore) 04:26 […]
Jazz Raga is an album by Hungarian guitarist Gábor Szabó featuring performances recorded in 1966 for the Impulse! label. Tracks 1 Walking On Nails (Gabor Szabo) 02:46 2 Mizrab (Gabor Szabo) 03:30 3 Search For Nirvana (Alicia Szabo; Gabor Szabo) 02:06 4 Krishna (Gabor Szabo) 03:11 5 Raga Doll (Gary McFarland) 03:42 6 Comin’ Back […]
“Funky Donkey” is a song written and released by drummer Bernard Purdie, from his album Soul Drums. It reached #87 in US Billboard Charts. Muscians Bass Bob Bushnell Drums Bernard Purdie Guitar Billy Butler Guitar Eric Gale Organ Richard Tee Piano Richard Tee Flute Seldon Powell Flute Buddy Lucas Sax Seldon Powell Sax Buddy Lucas […]
The Venetian Affair is a 1967 spy film directed by Jerry Thorpe and starring Robert Vaughn and Elke Sommer. It is based on a novel of the same name by Helen MacInnes. The soundtrack was written by Lalo Schifrin. No soundtrack album was ever issued, the tracks only available on this single.
The Ceyleib People was a short-lived Raga-Rock band from Los Angeles. Their only album, Tanyet, released in 1967 on Vault Records, features Wrecking Crew session musicians Mike Deasy on guitar, Larry Knechtel on keyboard, Lybuk Hyd (an alias for Deasy) on vocals and guitar, and Joe Osborn on bass, as well as Deasy’s son, Mike […]
Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar is an album by Friar Tuck (another alias for Mike Deasy). It was released 1967 on Mercury. It was re-released in 2007 with 4 bonus tracks.
Pandemonium Shadow Show is the second studio album by American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson, released in December 1967 on RCA Victor. The album was the first product of Nilsson’s three-year, $50,000 recording contract with RCA Victor, and was recorded in their Hollywood studio. Unlike virtually all his earlier records, Show employed the full potential of Nilsson’s […]
Rewind is the fourth studio album by the American musician Johnny Rivers, released in 1967 by Imperial Records. The album includes cover versions of “Baby, I Need Your Lovin’” and “The Tracks of My Tears”. Produced by Lou Adler with arrangements by Jimmy Webb, who wrote seven of the songs. Noted Los Angeles session musicians […]