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 […]
A Long Time Coming is an album (and his only) by David McCluskey, released 1978 on GRT. Tracks 1 Lady Of The Night (Dave McCluskey, Fred Mollin) 5:45 2 What You’re Doing To Me (Dave McCluskey) 3:02 3 I’d Like To Say I Love You (Glen Johansen) 3:07 4 So In Love With You (Dave […]
Two The Hard Way is a studio album by American singer-actress Cher and the third studio album by American rock singer Gregg Allman released in November 1977 by Warner Bros. Records. The album, billed to “Allman and Woman”, was a critical and commercial failure. The product of the two musicians’ unlikely and turbulent relationship and […]
Love Lines (1978, United Artists) is an album by Maxine Nightingale. It was also released under the name Lead Me On, but this release has extra tracks. Tracks 1 You Are The Most Important Person In Your Life (Marilyn McLeod; Pam Sawyer) 04:07 2 You Got To Me (Len Boone) 02:59 3 Your Love’s Too […]
C.G.P. is the fifty-fifth studio album by Chet Atkins. It was released in 1988 by Columbia Records. The initials in the title refer to the Atkins-coined title “Certified Guitar Player”, a moniker he assigned not only to himself but other guitarists he admired and felt contributed to the legacy of guitar playing. Atkins performs a […]
White On White is the fourth studio album by Australian pop/rock singer-songwriter, Brian Cadd. It was released in September 1976 via Capitol Records with Robert Appère producing. White on White peaked at number 93 in the Australian Kent Music Report album charts in 1977.