Howard Tate is an album by Howard Tate, released in 1972. Howard Tate (August 13, 1939 – December 2, 2011) was an American soul singer and songwriter. His greatest success came with a string of hit singles in the late 1960s, including “Ain’t Nobody Home” and “Get It While You Can,” the latter of which […]
I’m the One is the debut solo album by Annette Peacock and was released by RCA in 1972. In 2010 Peacock remastered and reissued it on her label, ironic US, in a signed, collector’s edition. I’m the One fuses blues, jazz, avant-garde electronic music (including extensive treatment of her own voice through a Moog synthesizer) […]
Moment Of Truth is the second album by the band Brethren, released in 1971. Brethren features Rick Marotta who spent several years in the early 1970s as the drummer for his own group, the short-lived Brethren. Tom Cosgrove sang and played lead, Stu Woods played bass (he would later appear on Todd Rundgren’s Something/Anything? album), […]
Hello Big Man is singer-songwriter Carly Simon‘s twelfth album, and eleventh studio album, released in 1983. The album was Simon’s last for Warner Bros. Records (and for what became the Warner Music Group, having also spent time with Elektra Records), as it was a commercial disappointment upon release, despite a positive reception from critics. The […]
Arrows is the fourth album by Steve Khan, released in 1979 Steve Khan (born April 28, 1947) is an American jazz guitarist. He is known for his work with artists such as Steely Dan, Billy Joel, Michael Franks, Hubert Laws, Billy Cobham, Jack DeJohnette, James Brown, Maynard Ferguson, and Weather Report.
Easy Does It is the third solo album by American singer-songwriter Al Kooper, recorded and released in 1970 for Columbia Records. A double album, Easy Does It featured Kooper on an expanded number of instruments, including sitar (used to effect on the country-tinged “Sad, Sad Sunshine”), vibes and electronic effects. While mostly backed by Bretheren […]