Waking Up Alone is a single by Paul Williams from his album Just An Old Fashioned Love Song (1971). It peaked at #60 in the US Billboard Charts. Muscians Bass Leland Sklar Drums Russ Kunkel Acoustic Guitar David Spinozza Organ Mike Utley Piano Craig Doerge Oboe Gene Cipriano Sax Tom Scott Percussion Bobbye Hall Vocals […]
Dixie Lee Innes Of The Original Caste is an album by Canadian singer Dixie Lee Innes. It was released in 1972 (Bell Records). She was a member of the Canadian folk group The Original Caste, after their split Dixie Lee Innes released this debut solo album. Tracks 1 Propinquity (I’ve Just Begun To Care) (Michael […]
Dan Cassidy is the eponymous album released by Dan (Daniel) Cassidy. His only album was released by Little David Records in 1972. Billboard said, “Dan Cassidy projects an immense strength and a rare understanding of the human predicament circa early 1970s on this his initial album effort. He’s seen his share of the unpretty side […]
Naturally is the second album by Rock Flower (Rindy Dunn, Ardie Tillman and Debra Clinger), released in 1972 (Wheel). Tracks 1 Double Scoop (Johnny Cymbal; Peggy Clinger) 02:39 2 A Little At A Time (Toni Wine) 02:40 3 If You Loved Me Once (Ellie Greenwich; Toni Wine) 02:51 4 Don’t You Ever Give Up On […]
(Music From The TV Series) The Mancini Generation is an album by Henry Mancini and His Orchestra. It was released in 1973 (RCA Victor)
Obituary is the first solo album by George Gerdes, released in 1972 on United Artists. George Gerdes (February 23, 1948 – January 1, 2021) was an American singer-songwriter and character actor. In the early 1970s, he recorded two albums, Obituary and Son of Obituary, for United Artists Records. His songs were praised by Joni Mitchell […]
“American Pie” is a song by American singer and songwriter Don McLean. Recorded and released in 1971 on the album of the same name, the single was the number-one US hit for four weeks in 1972 starting January 15 after just eight weeks on the US Billboard charts (where it entered at number 69). The […]
Nothin’ Like A Sunny Day (1972, United Artists Records) is an album by Bobby Vee, released under the name Robert Thomas Velline.