Freddie Hubbard – A Soul Experiment

“Clap Your Hands” (Don Pickett) – 3:26
“Wichita Lineman” (Jimmy Webb) – 3:17
“South Street Stroll” (Barron) – 4:28
“Lonely Soul” – 3:03
“No Time to Lose” (Garnett) – 4:32
“Hang ‘Em Up” (Garnett) – 3:08
“Good Humor Man” (Pickett) – 3:43
“Midnite Soul” – 5:19
“Soul Turn Around” (Walter Bishop, Jr.) – 4:01
“A Soul Experiment” – 3:55

Personnel:
Freddie Hubbard – trumpet
Carlos Garnett – tenor saxophone (#3-9)
Kenny Barron – piano
Gary Illingworth – organ
Billy Butler – guitar (#3, 7, 9)
Eric Gale – guitar (# 1-2, 4-6, 8, 10)
Jerry Jemmott – bass
Grady Tate – drums (#3, 7, 9)
Bernard Purdie – drums (#1, 2, 5)

Al Kooper – Easy Does It

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Brand New Day (Al Kooper) – 5:10
Piano Solo Introduction to I Got a Woman (2:00)
I Got a Woman (Ray Charles, Renald Richard) – 4:30
Country Road (James Taylor) – 4:22
I Bought You The Shoes (You’re Walking Away In) (Bob Brass, Irwin Levine, Kooper) – 1:57
Introduction (0:50)
Easy Does It (Kooper) – 5:25
Buckskin Boy (Kooper, Charlie Calello) – 3:10
Love Theme from The Landlord (Kooper) – 3:12
Sad, Sad Sunshine (Kooper) – 5:04
Let the Duchess No (John Gregory, Jim Roberts) – 3:17
She Gets Me Where I Live (Kooper, Calello) – 3:34
A Rose and a Baby Ruth (J.D. Loudermilk) – 3:29
Baby, Please Don’t Go (Big Joe Williams) – 12:26
God Sheds His Grace on Thee (Kooper, Calello) – 3:27

Personnel:
Al Kooper – piano, organ, guitars, ondioline, sitar, vibraphone, prepared guitar, electronic effects, vocals
Stu Woods – electric bass, backing vocal (tracks 1, 3-8 and 13-14)
Rick Marotta – drums, backing vocal (tracks 1, 3-8 and 13-14)
David Bromberg – pedal steel, guitar (tracks 5, 8 and 13)
Tom Cosgrove – guitar (tracks 8 and 13)
Lyle Ritz – electric bass (tracks 12 and 15)
Earl Palmer – drums (tracks 12 and 15)
Larry Knechtel – piano (tracks 12 and 15)
Louie Shelton – guitar (tracks 12 and 15)
Tommy Tedesco – guitar (tracks 12 and 15)
Fred Lipisus – tenor saxophone (track 3)
Peter Ivers – harmonica (track 4)
John Miller – electric bass (track 9)
Al Rogers – drums (track 9)
George Devens – percussion (track 9)
Stu Scharf – guitar (track 9)
Joe Beck – guitar (track 9)
Joe Osborn – electric bass (track 10)
Joe Corero, Jr. – drums (track 10)
Milt Holland – tabla (track 10)
Keith Allison – guitar (track 10)
Freddie Weller – guitar (track 10)
Charlie McCoy – electric bass (track 11)
Ken Buttrey – drums (track 11)
Pete Drake – pedal steel (track 11)
Wayne Moss – guitar (track 11)
Charlie Daniels – guitar (track 11)
The Blossoms – backing vocal (track 11)
Bobby Colomby – congas (track 14)
Charlie Calello – string and horn arrangements (except tracks 12 and 15)
Jackson Marlie – vocals
Jimmie Haskell – arrangements and conductor (tracks 12 and 15)

Roberta Flack – First take

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“Compared to What” (Gene McDaniels) – 5:16
“Angelitos Negros” (Andrés Eloy Blanco, Manuel Álvarez Maciste) – 6:56
“Our Ages or Our Hearts” (Robert Ayers, Donny Hathaway) – 6:09
“I Told Jesus” (Traditional) – 6:09
“Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye” (Leonard Cohen) – 4:08
“The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (Ewan MacColl) – 5:22
“Tryin’ Times” (Donny Hathaway, Leroy Hutson) – 5:08
“Ballad of the Sad Young Men” (Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf) – 7:00

Roberta Flack: Piano, Vocals
Bucky Pizzarelli: Guitars
Ron Carter: Bass
Ray Lucas: Drums, Percussion
Seldon Powell, Frank Wess: Saxophone
Charles McCracken, George Ricci: Cello
Benny Powell: Trombone
Jimmy Nottingham, Joe Newman: Trumpet
Emanuel Green, Gene Orloff: Violin
Alfred Brown, Selwart Clarke, Theodore Israel: Viola
William Fischer: Horn & String Arrangements, String Conducting

Production
Produced By Joel Dorn
Recorded & Engineered By William Arit
Mixing: Bob Liftin
Additional engineering – Robert Honablue

Bee Gees – Odessa

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Odessa (City on the Black Sea)
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
7:33

You’ll Never See My Face Again
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
4:17

Black Diamond
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:29

Marley Purt Drive
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
4:26

Edison
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:06

Melody Fair song review
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:50

Suddenly
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
2:30

Whisper Whisper
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:25

Lamplight
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
4:47

Sound of Love
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:29

Give Your Best
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:28

Seven Seas Symphony
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
4:10

With All Nations (International Anthem)
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
1:47

I Laugh in Your Face
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
4:10

Never Say Never Again
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:29

First of May
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
2:50

The British Opera
Barry Gibb / Maurice Gibb / Robin Gibb
3:16

Barry Gibb – lead, harmony and background vocals; rhythm guitar
Robin Gibb – lead, harmony and background vocals; organ, piano and Mellotron
Maurice Gibb – harmony and background vocals; rhythm and bass guitars; piano and Mellotron; lead vocals on “Suddenly”
Vince Melouney – lead guitar on “Whisper, Whisper”, “Marley Purt Drive”, “Give Your Best”, “Sound of Love”, and “Edison”
Colin Petersen – drums

Additional musicians and production
Bill Keith – banjo on “Marley Purt Drive” and “Give Your Best”
Tex Logan – fiddle on “Give Your Best”
Paul Buckmaster – cello on “Odessa”
Adrian Barber – sound engineer
Robert Stigwood – producer

Herbie Hancock – The Prisoner

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“I Have a Dream” – 10:58
“The Prisoner” – 7:57
“Firewater” (Buster Williams) – 7:33
“He Who Lives in Fear” – 6:51
“Promise of the Sun” – 7:52

Herbie Hancock — piano, electric piano
Johnny Coles — flugelhorn
Garnett Brown — trombone
Joe Henderson — tenor saxophone, alto flute
Buster Williams — bass
Tootie Heath — drums
Tony Studd — bass trombone
Jack Jeffers — bass trombone
Hubert Laws — flute
Jerome Richardson — bass clarinet, flute
Romeo Penque — bass clarinet

Rod Stewart – The Rod Stewart Album (An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down)

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Side one
“Street Fighting Man” (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:05
“Man of Constant Sorrow” (Traditional, arranged by Rod Stewart) – 2:31
“Blind Prayer” (Stewart) – 4:36
“Handbags & Gladrags” (Mike D’Abo) – 4:24

Side two
“An Old Raincoat Won’t Ever Let You Down” (Stewart) – 3:04
“I Wouldn’t Ever Change a Thing” (Stewart) – 4:44
“Cindy’s Lament” (Stewart) – 4:26
“Dirty Old Town” (Ewan MacColl) – 3:42

Personnel
Rod Stewart – vocals, guitar on “Man of Constant Sorrow”
Ronnie Wood – guitar, bottleneck guitar, bass guitar, harmonica on “Dirty Old Town”
Martin Pugh – guitar
Mick Waller – drums
Ian “Mac” McLagan – piano, organ
Mike D’Abo – piano on “Handbags and Gladrags”
Keith Emerson – organ on “I Wouldn’t Ever Change a Thing”
Lou Reizner – vocals on “I Wouldn’t Ever Change a Thing”

Herbie Hancock – Fat Albert Rotunda

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“Wiggle-Waggle” – (5:51)
“Fat Mama” – (3:49)
“Tell Me a Bedtime Story” – (5:01)
“Oh! Oh! Here He Comes” – (4:08)
“Jessica” – (4:13)
“Fat Albert Rotunda” – (6:29)
“Lil’ Brother” – (4:26)

Herbie Hancock — piano, electric piano
Joe Henderson — tenor sax, alto flute
Joe Farrell – tenor sax (uncredited in original LP release)
Garnett Brown — trombone
Johnny Coles — trumpet, flugelhorn
Joe Newman – trumpet (uncredited in original LP release)
Buster Williams — electric & acoustic bass
Albert “Tootie” Heath, Bernard Purdie — drums (Purdie was uncredited in original LP release)
Eric Gale – guitar (uncredited in original LP release)

Herbie Hancock website

Pharoah Sanders – Karma

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“The Creator Has a Master Plan” (Sanders, Thomas) (32:46)
“Colors” (Sanders, Thomas) (5:37)

Pharoah Sanders – Sax (Tenor)
Leon Thomas – Percussion / Vocals
Julius Watkins – French Horn
James Spaulding – Flute (on track 1)
Lonnie Liston Smith – Piano
Reggie Workman – Bass
Richard Davis – Bass (on track 1)
Ron Carter – Bass (on track 2)
Billy Hart – Drums (on track 1)
Freddie Waits – Drums (on track 2)
Nathaniel Bettis – Percussion (on track 1)

Pharoah Sanders website

LED ZEPPELIN – II (DELUXE EDITION REMASTERED)

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“Whole Lotta Love” – 5:34
“What Is and What Should Never Be” – 4:46
“The Lemon Song” – 6:19
“Thank You” – 4:49
“Heartbreaker” – 4:14
“Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)” – 2:39
“Ramble On” – 4:34
“Moby Dick” – 4:20
“Bring It On Home” – 4:19

“Whole Lotta Love” (Rough Mix with Vocal) – 5:38
“What Is and What Should Never Be” (Rough Mix with Vocal) – 4:33
“Thank You” (Backing Track) – 4:21
“Heartbreaker” (Rough Mix with Vocal) – 4:24
“Living Loving Maid (She’s Just a Woman)” (Backing Track) – 3:08
“Ramble On” (Rough Mix with Vocal) – 4:43
“Moby Dick” (Backing Track) – 1:37
“La La” (Intro/Outro Rough Mix) – 4:07

John Bonham – drums, timpani
John Paul Jones – bass guitar, organ on “Thank You”
Jimmy Page – electric and acoustic guitar, backing vocals, theremin on “Whole Lotta Love”
Robert Plant – lead vocals, harmonica on “Bring It On Home”

Led Zeppelin website

Miles Davis – July 25th, 1969 at the Juan-les-Pins Jazz Fest

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Miles Davis – trumpet
Wayne Shorter – tenor and soprano saxophones
Chick Corea – electric piano
Dave Holland – bass
Jack DeJohnette – drums

The Quintet performed twice at the Juan-les-Pins Festival, July 25 and 26. Columbia was on hand and recorded both shows, but so far only the July 25 concert has been released. Immediately after the second show the Quintet returned to the U.S. and resumed its busy touring schedule: Rutgers University Stadium, New Brunswick (July 27); Village Gate (July 29-August 10); Sheraton Park Hotel, French Lick (French Lick Jazz Festival) (July 31); The Spectrum, Philadelphia (August 15); Grant Park Theater, Chicago (August 22); Crosley Field, Cincinnati (Ohio Jazz Festival) (August 23); Shelly’s Manne-Hole, Los Angeles (September 9-21). – Miles Ahead session details

Miles Davis website