Jeff Beck/Jeff Beck Group – Truth/Beck-Ola


Shapes of Things – Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith – 3:22
Let Me Love You – Jeffrey Rod – 4:44
Morning Dew – Bonnie Dobson – 4:40
You Shook Me – Willie Dixon, J. B. Lenoir – 2:33
Ol’ Man River – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II – 4:01

Greensleeves – Traditional – 1:50
Rock My Plimsoul – Jeffrey Rod – 4:13
Beck’s Bolero – Jimmy Page – 2:54
Blues Deluxe – Jeffrey Rod – 7:33
I Ain’t Superstitious

Jeff Beck – electric guitars, acoustic guitar on Greensleeves; pedal steel guitar on Shapes of Things; bass guitar on Ol’ Man River; lead vocals on Tallyman and Hi Ho Silver Lining, backing vocals on Let Me Love You
Rod Stewart – lead vocals, possible backing vocal on Tallyman[citation needed]
Ronnie Wood – bass guitar
Micky Waller – drums

Additional personnel:
Madeline Bell – backing vocals on I’ve Been Drinking
John Carter and Ken Lewis – backing vocals on Tallyman
Clem Cattini – drums on Hi Ho Silver Lining
Aynsley Dunbar – drums on Tallyman and Rock My Plimsoul (single version)
Nicky Hopkins – piano on Morning Dew, You Shook Me, Beck’s Bolero and Blues Deluxe
John Paul Jones – bass guitar on Hi Ho Silver Lining and Beck’s Bolero; Hammond organ on Ol’ Man River and You Shook Me; arrangements on Hi Ho Silver Lining
Keith Moon – drums on Beck’s Bolero; timpani on Ol’ Man River
Jimmy Page – 12-string electric guitar on Beck’s Bolero
Unknown Scottish bagpipe player – bagpipes on Morning Dew
Unknown studio orchestra – orchestra on Love Is Blue

Production personnel:
Mickie Most – producer
Ken Scott – engineer

All Shook Up – Otis Blackwell, Elvis Presley – 4:50
Spanish Boots – Ronnie Wood, Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart – 3:34
Girl From Mill Valley – Nicky Hopkins – 3:45
Jailhouse Rock – Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller – 3:14

Plynth (Water Down the Drain) – Hopkins, Wood, Stewart – 3:05
The Hangman’s Knee – Tony Newman, Beck, Hopkins, Stewart, Wood – 4:47
Rice Pudding – Hopkins, Wood, Beck, Newman – 7:22

Jeff Beck – guitars, backing vocals on “Throw Down A Line”
Rod Stewart – vocals
Nicky Hopkins – piano and organ
Ronnie Wood – bass
Tony Newman – drums

Additional personnel:
Micky Waller – drums on “Sweet Little Angel”
Mickie Most – producer

Bee Gees – Main Course


“Nights on Broadway” – Barry and Robin – 4:31
“Jive Talkin'” – Barry – 3:43
“Wind of Change” – Barry and Robin – 4:54
“Songbird” (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Blue Weaver) – Barry – 3:35
“Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)” – Barry and Robin – 4:02

“All This Making Love” – Barry and Robin – 3:03
“Country Lanes” – Robin – 3:29
“Come on Over” – Robin and Barry – 3:26
“Edge of the Universe” – Barry and Robin – 5:21
“Baby As You Turn Away” – Barry and Maurice – 4:23

Barry Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocal, rhythm guitar
Robin Gibb – lead, harmony and backing vocal
Maurice Gibb – bass, rhythm and electric guitars, harmony and backing vocal

Bee Gees Band
Alan Kendall – lead guitar, steel guitar
Dennis Bryon – drums, percussion
Blue Weaver – pianos, keyboards, synthesizers, clavinet

Additional personnel
Joe Farrell – saxophone on “Wind of Change”
Ray Barretto – percussion on “Wind of Change”
Don Brooks – harmonica on “Songbird”
Arif Mardin – orchestral arrangement
Gene Orloff – concertmaster

Karl Richardson – engineer at Criteria Studios
Lew Hahn – engineer at Atlantic Studios
Arif Mardin – producer

Sammy Davis Jr. – Something for Everyone


Spinning Wheel
composer: David Clayton-Thomas

You’d Better Sit Down Kids
composer: Sonny Bono

For Once in My Life
composer: Ron Miller / Orlando Murden

My Way
composer: Paul Anka / Claude François / Jacques Revaux / Gilles Thibault

Wichita Lineman
composer: Jimmy Webb

And When I Die
composer: Laura Nyro

In the Ghetto
composer: Mac Davis

You’ve Made Me So Very Happy
composer: Brenda Holloway / Patrice Holloway / Berry Gordy, Jr. / Frank Wilson

Hi-Heel Sneakers
composer: Robert Higgenbotham aka Tommy Tucker

Led Zeppelin – Physical Graffiti (Reissue)


“Custard Pie” – January–February 1974 – 4:13
“The Rover” – May 1972 – 5:37
“In My Time of Dying” (John Bonham, John Paul Jones, Page, and Plant) – January–February 1974 – 11:04

Side two
“Houses of the Holy” – May 1972 – 4:02
“Trampled Under Foot” (Jones, Page, and Plant) – January–February 1974 – 5:37
“Kashmir” (Bonham, Page, and Plant) – January–February 1974 – 8:32

Side three
“In the Light” (Jones, Page, and Plant) – January–February 1974 – 8:46
“Bron-Yr-Aur” (Page) – July 1970 – 2:06
“Down by the Seaside” – February 1971 – 5:13
“Ten Years Gone” – January–February 1974 – 6:32

Side four
“Night Flight” (Jones, Page, and Plant) – December 1970 – January 1971 – 3:36
“The Wanton Song” – January–February 1974 – 4:10
“Boogie with Stu” (Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant, Ian Stewart) – December 1970 – January 1971 – 3:53
“Black Country Woman” – May 1972 – 4:24
“Sick Again” – January–February 1974 – 4:42

Bonus lp:
“Brandy & Coke” (“Trampled Under Foot”) (Initial/Rough Mix) – Jones, Page, Plant – 5:38
“Sick Again” (Early Version) – Page, Plant – 2:22
“In My Time of Dying” (Initial/Rough Mix) – Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant – 10:48
“Houses of the Holy” (Rough Mix with Overdubs) – Page, Plant – 3:51
“Everybody Makes It Through” (“In the Light”) (Early Version/In Transit) – Jones, Page, Plant – 6:29
“Boogie with Stu” (Sunset Sound Mix) – Bonham, Jones, Page, Plant, Stewart – 3:39
“Driving Through Kashmir” (“Kashmir”) (Rough Orchestra Mix) – Bonham, Page, Plant – 8:39

John Bonham – drums, percussion
John Paul Jones – bass guitar, organ, acoustic and electric piano, mellotron, guitar, mandolin, VCS3 synthesiser, Hohner clavinet, Hammond organ, string arrangement
Jimmy Page – electric, acoustic, lap steel and slide guitar, mandolin, production
Robert Plant – lead vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar on “Boogie with Stu”

Additional personnel
George Chkiantz – engineering
Peter Corriston – artwork, design, cover design
Barry Diament – mastering (original 1987 CD release)
Mike Doud – artwork, design, cover design
Elliot Erwitt – photography
B. P. Fallon – photography
Peter Grant – producer, executive producer
Roy Harper – photography
Keith Harwood – engineering, mixing
Dave Heffernan – illustrations
Andy Johns – engineering
Eddie Kramer – engineering, mixing
George Marino – remastered CD release
Ron Nevison – engineering
Ian Stewart – piano on “Boogie with Stu”

Parliament – Mothership Connection – Reissue


“P. Funk (Wants to Get Funked Up)” – 7:41
“Mothership Connection (Star Child)” – 6:13
“Unfunky UFO”- 4:23
“Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication” – 5:03
“Handcuffs” – 4:02
“Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof off the Sucker)” – 5:46
“Night of the Thumpasorus Peoples” – 5:10

Vocals, Handclaps
George Clinton
Calvin Simon
Fuzzy Haskins
Ray Davis
Grady Thomas
Garry Shider
Glenn Goins
Bootsy Collins
Gary Cooper
Debbie Edwards
Taka Kahn
Archie Ivy
Bryna Chimenti
Rasputin Boutte
Pam Vincent
Debra Wright
Sidney Barnes

Fred Wesley
Maceo Parker
Michael Brecker
Randy Brecker
Joe Farrell

Garry Shider
Michael Hampton
Glen Goins
Bootsy Collins

Bootsy Collins
Cordell Mosson

Drums and Percussion
Tiki Fulwood
Jerome Brailey
Bootsy Collins
Gary Cooper

Keyboards, Synthesizers
Bernie Worrell

Produced by George Clinton

Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here


“Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts I–V” – 13:38
“Welcome to the Machine” – 7:30
“Have a Cigar” – 5:24
“Wish You Were Here” – 5:17
“Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Parts VI–IX” – 12:29

David Gilmour – vocals, guitar, lap steel guitar, EMS Synthi AKS, keyboards, tape effects
Nick Mason – drums, percussion, tape effects
Roger Waters – vocals, bass guitar, guitar, EMS VCS 3, tape effects
Richard Wright – keyboards, EMS VCS 3, clavinet, background vocals

Additional musicians:
Dick Parry – saxophone on “Shine On You Crazy Diamond”
Roy Harper – vocals on “Have a Cigar”
Venetta Fields and Carlena Williams – backing vocals
Stéphane Grappelli – violin on “Wish You Were Here” (uncredited)

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