Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Danny McCulloch - Wings Of A Man

Danny McCulloch - Wings Of A Man
Capitol Records ST 174 (1969)

Side One:
1. Orange And Red Beams
2. Wings Of A Man
3. Glistening Windows
4. My Feathered Friend
5. The Market Crier
6. Close Of Life

Side Two:
1. The Lying Fortune Teller
2. Mirror Of The Sky
3. No Face, No Name, No Number
4. Mr. Moon

John Guerin - drums
Danny McCulloch - vocals
Hal Blaine - drums
Jim Gordon - drums
Carol Kaye - bass
Lyle Ritz - bass
Mike Rubini - piano
David Cohen - guitar
Gary Coleman - percussion
Alan Estes - percussion
Gene Estes - percussion
Al Casey - guitar
Mike Deasy - guitar
Don Peake - guitar
Plas Johnson - reeds
Gene Cipriano - reeds
Vince DeRosa, Bill Hinshaw, Art Maebe, Henry Sigismonti - french horn
Virgil Evans, Tony Terran - trumpet
Vic Briggs - producer

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Tom Scott & The L.A. Express - Uptown Saturday Night OST

Tom Scott & The L.A. Express - Uptown Saturday Night OST
Unofficial Release (1974)

Track Listing:
1. Uptown Saturday Night (Vocal)
2. Steve At Work
3. You're My Queen
4. Drinkin' & Thinkin' 'Bout Zenobias
5. Madam Zenobias One O' Clock
6. Madam Zenobia
7. Checkin' The Scene
8. What's Behind The Red Door
9. I Gotta Get In This Game
10. Seven Again
11. Hold Up
12. In Your Underwear
13. Climbing Higher Mountains (Vocal)
14. Sanctified Sleep
15. Out In The Streets
16. Con-Grift-Man
17. Nobody Loudtalks Little Seymore
18. Geechy Dan Buford
19. Shootout
20. Hot Pursuit
21. Take 'Em Out
22. Silky Slim
23. How I Got Over (Vocal)
24. Church Picknick
25. Joy Juice
26. African Ceremonial Pageant
27. Cops
28. Slim's Getaway (The Chase)
29. How I Got Over (End Titles)
30. Uptown Saturday Night (Dobie Gray)
31. Uptown Saturday Night Trailer

John Guerin - Drums, Percussion
Max Bennett - Bass
Larry Carlton - Guitar
Tom Scott - Horns, Woodwind
Joe Sample - Keyboards
Bill Harris - Vocals

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Carol Kaye Talks About The Wrecking Crew Drummers

Carol Kaye:
Also one wrote a lot of gibberish about how the "wall of sound" is so "tricky" to get (a whole philosophy about it), I had to answer no, nothing like that at all. We all just played too loud, at Gold Star what some had called "dirty" echo (but which I thought was great, built by Dave Gold), and leaked into each others' microphones ... that was the "secret", in my opinion, to the "Wall Of Sound" as well as Dave's special echo that ran right through the women's rest room.

About drummers:
Question:    Carol, what do you know about a drummer named Nick Martinis. His name shows up on a few PET SOUNDS and SMILE-era Beach Boys session sheets, but I've never heard of him otherwise. Was he another occasional player like Richie Frost?
Answer:     Nick is a fine jazz drummer who, like a few others for a little while, started doing some occasional record dates ... but he (like others) didn't invest into getting a rock-drum setup, plus didn't take the time to really get his rock chops together. Richie Frost did quite a few dates for awhile but never was a #1 call drummer ... before Earl Palmer and Hal Blaine, both shared the #1 call spot for drummers (both of them neck and neck in amount of recording dates done).
Sharkey (Ed) Hall and Jessie Sailes were doing the drum recording dates along with Charlie Blackwell - all 3 were jazz drummers as well as a couple of others doing drum recording dates then: the fine Jack Sperling and Jackie Mills ... other drummers doing the more elite record dates were Alvin Stoller (who could sightread 4 line scores of written drum parts as well as Frank Sinatra's drummer, Irv Cottler, "Mr. Swing."
Earl Palmer moved here from New Orleans (in 1957) where he'd already recorded many hits for great artists such as Fats Domino, Dave Bartholomew, etc. for years there since 1947 and is the most-recorded drummer with certainly the most credits - he was already established since 1947 as a hot recording drummer in New Orleans before arriving here in Hollywood in 1957 and is accomplished in ALL styles including fine jazz, not just rock and roll.
Nick did on a few record dates but was a fine jazz drummer and a good scat-singer in jazz also. He kept playing jazz live and has been with the Pete Jolly Trio (usually with Chuck Berghofer string bass if he's not busy) for years now, has cut many CDs with Pete, other jazz artists in LA.
Earl Palmer, John Guerin, Paul Humphrey, and most of the recording drummers were fine jazz drummers (as well as Sharkey Hall, Jessie Sailes, Charlie Blackwell, Jack Sperling etc. before them), and great to work with in the recording studios. These fine musicians made the switch, got their rock drums sets together (totally different heads, setups, mutes etc. than the finer jazz styles of music), and even Hal Blaine played a few psuedo "soul jazz" gigs (for H.B. Barnum) but no, he wasn't a jazz drummer and didn't do jazz in the nightclubs with the regulars at all - he was a always a "rock-pop drummer" only. Hal did get his well-known rock drum sounds together for rock and roll yes and did a lot of record dates and was instrumental in starting the multi tom-tom rock licks, and heavy-sounding rock styles etc.
Earl Palmer jazz drummer from New Orleans, started the "funky" paradiddles, and famous great drumstyle sounds of his own too (Boogaloo, Swamp Beat, tasty Jazz Fills and Sounds etc.) - I enjoyed many a record date with Earl. He had that great groove, taste and sparkling technique - he loved to play music, and wasn't into "stardom" role much either, a real musician and wonderful human being, fine family man who successfully raised 7 wonderful kids. Jim Gordon, while not known as a "jazz drummer" could hold his own in all styles, being a schooled musician early-on as part of the drum corps, think it was the Blue something corps that was widely known world-wide.
As far as Richie Frost is concerned, he was very busy here and there for a few short years (a sometimes-jazz drummer, mostly a groove drummer on recordings, could play all styles of music) but like jazz drummer Jack Sperling, other drummers of that period, his work dwindled pretty fast at one point and I remember and about the late 1960s, he moved out of LA up to Oregon. He did more recording work than Nick ever did but still was not that popular as a popular recording drummer (not like Earl, Hal, Paul, John, others).
The public still have little idea of all the creativeness of the totally-experienced studio musicians on all those dates. At first we had to write down the chord changes on most early dates - there was no music usually, then later on more arranging / writing was done but we all still had to create parts over the arrangements.
If people stop to think of the background of musicians in those days: HARD bebop jazz, the GREAT big-band era of the 40s and 50s which produced the finest musicians in the world, years and years of combo work in nightclubs, and the all-important MULTI-CHORDS of all the HUNDREDS of STANDARDS we all had to not only play and read, but INVENT on BEFORE any of us did studio work ... only the drug-free booze-free musicians made it into the studio musician work which was taboo to anyone who had drug or booze problems. It was a highly self-disciplined business.
And ... for movie studio work, it was necessary background experience especially for drummers to come from the big-band era and the jazz era, for the heavy big-band experiences they needed to do studio movie-TV recording with, that was a given if you wanted to work in the heavy major film studios.
That musician experience is not really available today like it was in the 1950s ... today, many will play in big-bands but it's more sporadic than like the huge demand for prolific traveling famous big bands of the 1940s and 50s who played dance & concert gigs almost every night. We paid our dues like everyone did back in the 1950s where you're playing almost every night, doing some rough traveling, and playing all the time. There's not much chance today to play to develop musicians'creativity like it was back in those hard-working professional musician days.
Musicians today are not trained in the standards chordal education of those times either. Today's educational system is much different in training fusion players, rock-soul, and elevator music but not the real jazz of the 1950s, the real music it took to play all the chord changes of the Standards which was so common back then unfortunately ... which limits the kinds of any creativity musicians can do today.
The musicians of those prolific times were mostly the STUDIO MUSICIANS of the 60s, hardened by years of professional playing, on the road, playing so much music that when I teach it today, sometimes students wilt fast - they had no idea the music we played was that complex compared to the easy rock-pop-country-blues they're used to playing.
But usually, because of the good materials they work on plus no-fluff teaching, they do get it with some dedication to a little time with steady practice. Experienced teaching does work well in passing along the important theory, chordal progressions, how to create etc. ... they do eventually "get it" just fine ... the system works.
There's just not a lot of teachers out there who know how to teach the chordal real-jazz stuff and surely don't teach the right ways unfortunately - between that and not enough opportunity like there used to be when real music (instead of stage-shows etc.) was important. The scene has changed and yet there are places to play, a lot of them, and places to jam too if not right in your own home with a few musicians. It's amazing what you can do to get that kind of joint-practice with other musicians. Playing in front of the audiences is another percipience to get used to also.

There's a reason why you don't quite hear the musicianship today like the many who played in the great Artie Shaw, Goodman, Ellington, Basie, Harry James, Woody Herman, Chick Webb, Fletcher Henderson, even the Glenn Miller and Glen Gray bands of yesteryear. The spirit, the tightness, the total grooves, the intensity, the "hungry" sounds ... if you don't play good, you don't eat - that's the way it was back then.
Today, most people would rather have career jobs and just play for fun on the weekends, which works well too, it was too hard of a life to be a full-time musician back in the 40s and 50s. Today, you can have good gigs and just play part-time and enjoy a lifetime of playing some good gigs if you've learned the right stuff.
The chordal music of the 1940s and 1950s standards and jazz (and even the pop of those years) created a musical era that can't be duplicated, not today, with the ignorant inexperienced teachers out there teaching nonsense non-workable studies to students. Some younger teachers are making it a point to learn from the more-experienced older educators to get the great chordal system that spawned real jazz soloing, standards, etc. ... I surely hope the young teachers will do more to learn (and teach) the great chordal system that created this past era.
Other popularly-working fine studio drummers in the movies, TV-film shows, and non-rock elite record dates include: Sol Gubin, Louie Bellson, Ed Thigpen, Jake Hanna, Panama Francis, Larry Bunker, Nick Ceroli, Joe Porcaro, Harold Jones, Cubby O'Brien, Mel Lewis, Duffy Jackson as well as most of the work done by jazz heavies ... Johnny Guerin, Earl Palmer, Paul Humphrey, Ed Shaughnessey, Alvin Stoller, Shelly Manne, Irv Cottler, etc. all wonderful people by the way, and fun to work with etc.

Record date (non-movie except maybe for 1-2 films) drummers also included: Sharky Hall, Jesse Sailes, Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon, Ron Tutt, Frankie Capp, Ed Greene, Jim Keltner. note: Frankie Capp was popularly-hired in movies as a percussionist, as was another very great jazz drummer-legend: Larry Bunker.
PS. Like Jack Nitzsche, Leon Russell, Al Kooper etc. have always said, and others in our business also, we were never known by Hal Blaine's later-invented name for his book (1990) as "the wrecking crew" ... that's his self-promoting name.
We studio musicians were all independent of each other totally in recording, and never were a "formed group of musicians."
We all had our own separate professional careers way before ever doing studio work and many of us were well-known before ever doing studio work. We were sometimes known as the "clique" but never 'wrecking crew' as promoted by one who would like to think of himself as "the authority" on our history, it's simply not true as others like Nitzchie, Leon Russell, others have often said in the news media ... we were never known as the Hal Blaine term 'wrecking crew' but that's not the worse of it.
Hal is totally off-base and wrong when saying "the older studio musicians called us that" ... he never was hired for movie work with those movie studio musicians he slanders by saying that, they never said that, plus what they sometimes said was in praise of us, totally the opposite of what Hal says! I know them all well, and worked daily with them, Hal did not and there-in might be the problem.
I've always publicly said nice things about Hal Blaine in all these years, as you can tell in my past correspondence, and interviews with the news media. But enough is enough, I never got along with Hal Blaine, tho' I did a lot of record dates with him yes, but I was never close to him and I never "had a feud with Hal" either as Denny Tedesco lies to people about to cover himself since he refuses to accept I reject his film for what it is, in one journalist's opinion a "piece of Hollywood fluff", telling lies that sometimes makes the public angry at us."

Nothing could be farther from the truth!! We really liked the music we turned into hit records tho' sometimes yes, it was boring at times (surf-rock stuff) etc. ... Denny cannot accept the fact that his misbegotten film is simply NOT who we are nor what we did ... it is skewered to make money for himself and for Hal Blaine and a couple of others, that's the truth of the matter. We were ALL duped into appearing in this film, it was misrepresented to us!
If you wanted to get Earl Palmer, Plas Johnson, others including myself really angry, say "wrecking crew", and it's not just those words but what they stand for: Hal Blaine's invented self-promotion to make people think we were all part of "his band" ... totally false. And Denny Tedesco, who sometimes calls Hal Blaine "my real father", slanders me by saying "there's a feud between Carol and Hal" to make an excuse as to why I don't endorse his phony film too! He has threatened me from time to time to "take down your statement about my film" but I refuse to do that, as he's telling lies about me, and illegally posting something I never said on his website.
See our Music Connections Interview for more info.
Knowledgeable top journalists now shy-away from anything called "wrecking crew" since they know it to be a phony term, and is frowned upon by most of the studio musicians (yes, a few go whichever the wind blows as to that for sales of their CDs etc.) who were never called that at all ... we were ALL totally independent of each other and were never part of a "band" let alone a "band by Hal Blaine called the 'wrecking crew'" ... He should not set himself up as "the person defining who we all were" ... most of us had thriving wonderful (mostly jazz) music careers before we ever saw the insides of any studio work.
And Hal gets very angry when someone doesn't "agree with him" about his self-promo term of 'wrecking crew' ... he's been angry at others and at me for years about this ... and, like he does with others he gets angry at, he slanders too. He even got angry at Sonny Bono because Sonny didn't see him and so didn't say hello to him one time.
Also, Hal Blaine stole one of my recorded tracks (see my home-page website), and uses it as "his own" recording.

Again, Denny Tedesco's film of 'wrecking crew' is NOT representative of the true story of our group of studio musicians and has been purposefully skewered to omit some key players as well as play up the importance of many others who were minor, and invent "stories" in this considered-to-be-fluff film - it's totally wrong and while some might not say anything about it, most of our group of studio musicians are irate about being USED for Denny's true purpose.
Also, Hal's "credit" of The Way We Were is wrong, that was Paul Humphrey on drums on that (listed on the contract too), and also Jim Gordon on drums of "These Boots Were Made For Walkin" by Nancy Sinatra as Nancy herself remembers too ... Hal played on the Goodyear ad of that tune, not Nancy's hit recording, maybe he confuses what he did with that, and not the gold record he bought ... the contract on Nancy's recording can't be found.
Hal and Earl were neck-to-neck in Hollywood as far as amount of record dates go, and my fav of course was always Earl Palmer, who had many hits before he ever started to record in Hollywood in 1957 (hits with Dave Bartholomew, others in New Orleans since 1947). And then I loved to record with Paul Humphrey and many others like John Guerin, both like Earl were top pro's, well-known fine jazz drummers. You can go from jazz drums to rock-pop and soul drums easily but not much the other way around.
I did a lot of recordings with Hal Blaine, true, but we were never close and his ego was such you had to bite your tongue sometimes especially when it comes to his idea of "women" and his incessant complaints about his ex-wives etc. and his carrying ons, i.e. ... he sometimes has an odd habit of putting a flashing red-light on top of his car ...
Earl Palmer, myself and many other top musicians like Leon Russell, Jack Nitzchie have always spoken out against the phony term of "wrecking crew" ... and tho' at first, not being aware of the manipulation ... we were all fooled by Denny.
From a dedicated wonderful journalist:
>>>>And thanks for putting me right about the Wrecking Crew expression. I had kind of wondered why I had never seen the expression in my older music books and now I know, it's banned now.

“When you hear somebody with balls, that’s me.” — Carol Kaye

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Melanie - Seventh Wave

Melanie - Seventh Wave
Neighborhood Records NBL 100 (1983)

Side One:
1. Every Breathe Of The Way
2. Didn't You Ever Love Somebody
3. Nickel Song
4. Apathy
5. Lay Down Sally

Side Two:
1. Lovin' The Boy Next Door
2. Dance To The Music
3. Lonesome Eyes
4. If You Go Your Way
5. Lovers Lullaby

John Guerin, Dennis Bryan, Jeff Porcaro, Jim Gordon, Liberty DeVitto - drums
Melanie - vocals, guitar
Doug Stegmeyer, Harold Cowart, Jeff Ganz - bass
David Paich - keyboards, producer
Marty Paich, Peter Schekeryk - producer
Dean Parks, George Terry, Joey Murcia, Louis Shelton, Russell Javors - guitar
Bill Payne, Dean Kraus, George Bitzer, Roger Kellaway - keyboards
George Devens, Milt Holland, Victor Feldman - percussion
Keith Evans, Leilah and Jordia - backing vocals

Frank Sinatra - Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back

Frank Sinatra - Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back
Reprise Records FS 2155 (1973)

Side One
1. You Will Be My Music
2. You're So Right (For What's Wrong In My Life)
3. Winners (Them From Maurie)
4. Nobody Wins
5. Send In The Clowns (From "A Little Night Music")

Side Two
1. Dream Away (From The MGM Film "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing)
2. Let Me Try Again (Laisse Moi Le Temps)
3. There Used To Be A Ballpark
4. Noah (Walk With The Lions)

John Guerin - drums
Frank Sinatra - vocals
Gordon Jenkins - conductor, arrangements
Don Costa - producer, arrangements
Bill Miller - piano
Terry Trotter - piano
Pete Jolly - piano
John Morell - guitar
Al Casey - guitar
Mike Deasy - guitar
Dennis Budimir - guitar
James McAuley - guitar
Al Viola - guitar
James Hughart - double bass
Eddie Gilbert - double bass, tuba
Ray Brown - double bass
Peter Mercurio - double bass
Earl Palmer - drums
Alan Estes - percussion
Emil Richards - percussion
Carolyn Willis, Joe Greene, Loren Farber, Jesse Kirkland, Lisa Roberts, Maxine Willard, Julia Tillman, Lewis Morford - backing vocals

Paul Johnson And The Sure Foundation - Ralph Carmichael Presents Paul Johnson And The Sure Foundation

Paul Johnson And The Sure Foundation - Ralph Carmichael Presents Paul Johnson And The Sure Foundation
Light Records LS-5573-LP (1972)

Side One:
1. Walk This Land
2. It's About Time
3. When Tears Hide Tomorrow
4. The Four Spiritual Laws
5. The Valley Of Despair

Side Two:
1. There Came A Man
2. There's More
3. His Promise Of Love
4. This Time Of Life
5. No Longer Strangers

John Guerin - Drums
Paul Johnson - Vocals, Arranger, Keyboards, Conductor
Carol Kaye, Ron Brown - Bass
Mike Omartian - Drums, Bass, Vocals
Dave Williamson - Flute
Mike Anthony, Mike Deasy, Vern Trost - Guitar
Clark Gassman - Keyboards
Fred Petry, Ken Watson - Percussion
Bill Cole - Producer

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Bernard Grimaldi - Toute Ressemblance Avec Des Personnes Ayant...

Bernard Grimaldi - Toute Ressemblance Avec Des Personnes Ayant...
Just In Distribution JD 760 427 (1990)

Track Listing:
1. Season
2. Trop De Mots
3. Sinbad
4. La Star Des Couloirs
5. Les Mots D'Adieux
6. Une Porte Au Fond Du Couloir
7. Melo Dans La Tête
8. Sidonie
9. Debout En Haut Du Toit
10. Entre Chien Et Loup
11. Cité Des Anges
12. Think Twice

John Guerin - Drums (5,10)
Bernard Grimaldi - Vocals, Arrabger, Producer

Jeff Porcaro, Steve Turner - Drums
Jim Keltner - Drums, Percussion

Abraham Laboriel, Leland Sklar, Larry Paxton, Wilton Felder - Bass
Victor Feldman - Drums, Percussion, Vibraphone
Lee Ritenour, Michael Landau, Dan Sawyer, Rick Vitto - Guitar
Dean Parks - Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Larry Carlton - Guitar, Sitar
Mark Gibbons - Electric Piano, Synthesizer, Organ, Arranger
Bernard Zeiher - Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Mark Gibbons - Piano, Organ, Electric Piano, Synthesizer
Sid Sharp - Strings
Billy Walker - Acoustic Guitar, Piano
Phil Kenzie - Alto Saxophone
Krysia Kristianne, Mary Anna Lucas, Andrea Robinson, Ann White, Marty McCall, Clydie King, Venetta Fields - Backing Vocals
William Reichenbach, Chuck Findley, Pat Rizzo, Steve Madaio - Horns
Douglas Livingston, Michael Boddicker - Synthesizer
Pete Christlieb - Tenor Saxophone

Sunday, December 21, 2014

Bob Cooper - Tenor Sax Jazz Impressions

Bob Cooper - Tenor Sax Jazz Impressions
Trend Records TRCD-543 (1979)

Track Listing:
1. Out Of This World
2. Juarez Saturday Night
3. We'll Be Together Again
4. Fagin
5. I've Got The World On A String
6. Indy 500
7. Fat Tuesday
8. Punkin Head
9. Yo-Yo
10. True Grits
11. Kissing Bug
12. Chu

John Guerin - drums
Bob Cooper - tenor saxophone
Jimmie Smith - drums
Carl Schroeder - piano
Michael Fahn - trombone
pianist Ross Tompkins - piano
Charles Berghoffer - bass
Bob Magnusson - bass

Sunday, August 10, 2014

David Garfield & Friends - The State Of Things

David Garfield & Friends - The State Of Things
ESC Records 03698-2 (2005)

Track Listing:
1. Me
2. Five Storks
3. Miles (Milestones)
4. Black Cadillac
5. Forrest for the Trees
6. If Six Was Nine
7. Aliens
8. Naima
9. Toast for Eli
10. Nardis
11. Chimo
12. Tsunami

John Guerin, Carlos Vega, Vinnie Colaiuta, Simon Phillips - Drums
David Garfield - Piano, keyboards, synthesizers, spoken word
Martin Landau - Guitar, vocals
Larry Klimas - Saxophone
Steve Tavaglione - Akai EWI
Brandon Fields - Saxophone
Walt Fowler - Flugelhorn
Eddie Van Halen - Guitar
Terry Trotter - Piano
Allan Holdsworth - Guitar, synthaxe, guitar pads
Abraham Laboriel, John Peña, Jimmy Johnson, Will Lee, Chuck Domanico - Bass
Lenny Castro, Michael Fisher - Percussion

Friday, July 25, 2014

The Beach Boys - Made In California

The Beach Boys - Made In California
Capitol/Universal Records 2323452 (2013)

Track Listing:

CD 1
1. Home Recordings / “Surfin’” Rehearsal Highlights (2012 Edit – Mono)
2. Surfin’ (with Session Intro – Mono)
3. Their Hearts Were Full Of Spring (Demo – Mono)
4. Surfin’ Safari (Original Mono Long Version)
5. 409 (Original Mono Long Version)
6. Lonely Sea (Original Mono Mix)
7. Surfin’ U.S.A.
8. Shut Down (2003 Stereo Mix)
9. Surfer Girl
10. Little Deuce Coupe
11. Catch A Wave
12. Our Car Club
13. Surfers Rule (with Session Intro)
14. In My Room
15. Back Home
16. Be True To Your School (Mono Single Version)
17. Ballad Of Ole’ Betsy
18. Little Saint Nick (Stereo Single Version)
19. Fun, Fun, Fun (Stereo Single Version)
20. Little Honda
21. Don’t Worry Baby (2009 Stereo Mix)
22. Why Do Fools Fall In Love (2009 Stereo Mix)
23. The Warmth Of The Sun
24. I Get Around (with Session Intro – Mono)
25. Wendy (2007 Stereo Mix)
26. All Summer Long (2007 Stereo Mix)
27. Girls On The Beach
28. Don’t Back Down
29. When I Grow Up (To Be A Man) (2012 Stereo Mix)
30. All Dressed Up For School (Mono)
31. Please Let Me Wonder (2007 Stereo Mix)
32. Kiss Me, Baby (2000 Stereo Mix)
33. In The Back of My Mind (2012 Stereo Mix)
34. Dance, Dance, Dance (2003 Stereo Mix)

CD 2
1. Do You Wanna Dance (2012 Stereo Mix)
2. Help Me, Rhonda (Mono Single Version)
3. California Girls (2002 Stereo Mix)
4. Amusement Parks USA (Early Version)
5. Salt Lake City (2001 Stereo Mix)
6. Let Him Run Wild (2007 Stereo Mix)
7. Graduation Day (Session Excerpt and Master Take, 2012 Mix)
8. The Little Girl I Once Knew (Mono)
9. There’s No Other (Like My Baby) (2012 “Unplugged” Mix with Party Session Intro)
10. Barbara Ann (2012 Stereo Mix)
11. Radio Spot “Wonderful KYA” (Mono)
12. Sloop John B (1996 Stereo Mix)
13. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (2001 Stereo Mix)
14. God Only Knows (1996 Stereo Mix)
15. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times (1996 Stereo Mix)
16. Caroline No (1996 Stereo Mix)
17. Good Vibrations (Mono)
18. Our Prayer (2012 “Smile Sessions” Stereo Mix)
19. Heroes And Villains: Part 1 (“Smile Sessions” Mix – Mono)
20. Heroes And Villains: Part 2 (“Smile Sessions” Mix – Mono)
21. Vega-Tables (“Smile Sessions” Stereo Mix)
22. Wind Chimes (“Smile Sessions” Stereo Mix)
23. The Elements: Fire (Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow) (“Smile Sessions” Mix – Mono)
24. Cabin Essence (“Smile Sessions” Mix – Mono)
25. Heroes And Villains (2012 Stereo Mix)
26. Wonderful (2012 Stereo Mix)
27. Country Air (2012 Stereo Mix)
28. Wild Honey (2012 Stereo Mix)

CD 3
1. Darlin’ (2012 Stereo Mix)
2. Let The Wind Blow (2001 Stereo Mix)
3. Meant For You (Alternate Version)
4. Friends
5. Little Bird
6. Busy Doin’ Nothin’
7. Sail Plane Song (2012 Stereo Mix)
8. We’re Together Again (2012 Stereo Mix)
9. Radio Spot “Murray The K” (Mono)
10. Do It Again (2012 Stereo Mix)
11. Old Man River (Vocal Section)
12. Be With Me
13. I Can Hear Music
14. Time To Get Alone
15. I Went To Sleep
16. Can’t Wait Too Long (A Cappella)
17. Break Away (Alternate Version)
18. Celebrate The News
19. Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song) (Single Version, 2001 Stereo Mix)
20. Susie Cincinnati (2012 Mix)
21. Good Time
22. Slip On Through
23. Add Some Music To Your Day
24. This Whole World
25. Forever
26. It’s About Time
27. Soulful Old Man Sunshine
28. Fallin’ In Love (2009 Stereo Mix)
29. Sound Of Free (Mono Single Version)
30. ‘Til I Die
31. Surf’s Up

CD 4
1. Don’t Go Near The Water
2. Disney Girls (1957)
3. Feel Flows
4. (Wouldn’t It Be Nice To) Live Again
5. Marcella
6. All This Is That
7. Sail On Sailor
8. The Trader
9. California Saga (On My Way To Sunny Californ-I-A)
10. Rock And Roll Music (2012 Mix w/Extra Verse)
11. It’s OK (Alternate Mix)
12. Had To Phone Ya
13. Let Us Go On This Way
14. I’ll Bet He’s Nice
15. Solar System
16. The Night Was So Young
17. It’s Over Now (Alternate Mix)
18. Come Go With Me
19. California Feelin’
20. Brian’s Back (Alternate Mix)
21. Good Timin’
22. Angel Come Home
23. Baby Blue
24. It’s A Beautiful Day (Single Edit) (2012 Mix)
25. Goin’ To The Beach

CD 5
1. Goin’ On
2. Why Don’t They Let Us Fall In Love
3. Da Doo Ron Ron
4. Getcha Back
5. California Dreamin’
6. Kokomo
7. Soul Searchin’
8. You’re Still A Mystery
9. That’s Why God Made The Radio
10. Isn’t It Time (Single Version)
11. Runaway (Chicago 1965 — w/Concert Promo Intro – Mono)
12. You’re So Good To Me (Paris 1966 – Mono)
13. The Letter (Hawaii Rehearsal 1967)
14. Friends (Chicago 1968 – Mono)
15. Little Bird (Chicago 1968 – Mono)
16. All I Want To Do (London 1968)
17. Help Me, Rhonda (New Jersey 1972)
18. Wild Honey (New Jersey 1972)
19. Only With You (New York 1972)
20. It’s About Time (Chicago 1973)
21. I Can Hear Music (Maryland 1975)
22. Vegetables (New York 1993)
23. Wonderful (New York 1993)
24. Sail On Sailor (Louisville 1995)
25. Summer In Paradise (Wembley 1993)

CD 6
1. Radio Spot (1966 — Mono)
2. Slip On Through (A Cappella Mix)
3. Don’t Worry Baby (Stereo Session Outtake w/ Alternate Lead Vocal)
4. Pom Pom Play Girl (Vocal Session Highlight)
5. Guess I’m Dumb (Instrumental Track w/Background Vocals)
6. Sherry She Needs Me (1965 Track w/1976 Vocal)
7. Mona Kana (Instrumental Track)
8. This Whole World (A Cappella)
9. Where Is She?
10. Had To Phone Ya (Instrumental Track)
11. Smile Backing Vocals Montage (from “The Smile Sessions”)
12. Good Vibrations (Stereo Track Sections)
13. Be With Me (Demo)
14. I Believe In Miracles (Vocal Section)
15. Why (Instrumental Track)
16. Barnyard Blues
17. Don’t Go Near The Water (Instrumental Track)
18. You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
19. Transcendental Meditation (Instrumental Track)
20. Our Sweet Love (Vocals w/Strings)
21. Back Home (1970 Version)
22. California Feelin’ (Original Demo)
23. California Girls (“Lei’d In Hawaii” Studio Version)
24. Help You, Rhonda (“Lei’d In Hawaii” Studio Version)
25. Surf’s Up (1967 Version) (2012 Mix)
26. My Love Lives On
27. Radio Spot (1964 – Mono)
28. Wendy (BBC — Live in the Studio 1964 – Mono)
29. When I Grow Up (To Be A Man) (BBC — Live in the Studio 1964 – Mono)
30. Hushabye (BBC — Live in the Studio 1964 – Mono)
31. Carl Wilson: Coda (2013 Edit)

John Guerin - Drums, Percussion
Brian Wilson - Arranger, Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Carl Wilson - Arranger, Bass, Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Carnie Wilson - Sleigh Bells, Vocals
Dennis Wilson - Arranger, Drums, Harmonica, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Jim Ackley - Guitar, Keyboards
Robert Adcock - Cello
Murray Adler - Violin
Bob Alcivar - Arranger, Conductor
Randall Aldcroft - Trombone
John Alder - Dobro, Guitar
Tandyn Almer - Arranger
Ron Altbach - Accordion, Arranger, Kazoo, Keyboards, Trombone, Vibraphone, Vocals
Mike Altschol - Clarinet, Saxophone
David Anderle - Vocals
Dale Anderson - Percussion
Michael Andreas - Arranger, Flute, Saxophone
Michael Anthony - Guitar
Ray Armando - Steel Drums
Victor Arno - Violin
Tony Asher - Sleigh Bells
John Audino - Trumpet
Margaret Aue - Cello
Don Bagley - Upright Bass
Mike Baird - Drums
Adrian Baker - Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Israel Baker - Violin
Marilyn Baker - Viola, Vocals
Peggy Baldwin - Cello
Brian Banks - Keyboards
Phillip Bardowell - Guitar, Vocals
Robert Barene - Violin
Gary Barone - Trumpet
Michael Barone - Trombone
Alisha Bauer - Cello
Jeff "Skunk" Baxter - Guitar
Eddie Bayers - Drums, Percussion
Paul Beaver - Moog Synthesizer
Curt Becher - Arranger, Guitar, Vocals
Gerry Beckley - Vocals
Myer Bello - Viola
Arnold Belnick - Violin
Harold Bemko - Cello
Ben Benay - Guitar
Max Bennett - Electric Bass, Upright Bass
Scott Bennett - Keyboards, Percussion, Vibraphone, Vocals
Ronald Benson - Guitar, Ukulele
Chuck Berghofer - Upright Bass
Paul Bergstrom - Cello
Roberleigh Bernhart - Arranger, Cello
Jan Berry - Vocals
Jackie Bertone - Percussion
Harry Betts - Arranger, Conductor, Trombone
Allan Beutler - Saxophone
Harold Billings - Trumpet
Jessica Bish - Finger Snaps
Curt Bisquera - Drums
George Black - Synthesizer
Lou Blackburn - Trombone
Hal Blaine - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Ginger Blake - Vocals
Chris Bleth - English Horn
Harry Bluestone - Violin
Samuel Boghossian - Viola
Ross Bolton - Keyboards
Jimmy Bond - Electric Bass, Upright Bass
Tim Bonhomme - Keyboards
Norman Botnick - Viola
Alan Boyd - Producer, Vocals
Nelson Bragg - Drums, Percussion
Kevin Brandon - Bass
Joey Brasler - Guitar
Allen Reid Breneman - Drums
Alfred Breuning - Violin
Emil Briano - Violin
Arthur Briegleb - French Horn
Verlye Mills Brilhart - Harp
Bud Brisbois - Trumpet
Graham Broad - Drums, Percussion
Junior Brown - Vocals
Marvin Brown - Trumpet
Raymond Brown - Trumpet
Ron Brown - Bass
T. Graham Brown - Vocals
Bob Brunner - Saxophone
Dennis Budimir - Guitar
Thomas Buffum - Violin
Tom Bukovac - Guitar
Lance Buller - Trombone, Trumpet
David Burk - Viola
Mike Burney - Saxophone
James Burton - Dobro, Guitar
Bill Byrne - Trombone
Kim Calkins - Drums
William Calkins - Clarinet, Flute
Red Callender - Tuba
Glen Campbell - Banjo, Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Trisha Campo - Vocals
Richie Cannata - Flute, Keyboards, Percussion, Saxophone
Frank Capp - Drums, Percussion
Andrea Carlo - Vocals
Barbara Carlson - French Horn
Steve Carnelli - Guitar
Ed Carter - Bass, Guitar
Jim "Chick" Carther - Flute, Saxophone
Dwight Carver - Mellophonium
Al Casey - Guitar
Stella Castellucci - Harp
Roy Caton - Trumpet
Blondie Chaplin - Arranger, Bass, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Vince Charles - Steel Drums
Joe Chemay - Arranger, Bass, Vocals
Marion Childers - Trumpet
Peter Christ - English Horn
Pete Christlieb - Flute, Saxophone
Gene Cipriano - Oboe, Saxophone
Rod Clark - Bass
Todd Clark - Upright Bass
Michael Clarke - Drums
Alf Clausen - French Horn
Herman Clebanoff - Violin
John Coan - Cornet
Luther Coffee - Bass
David Cohen - Guitar
Vinnie Colauita - Drums
Jerry Cole - Guitar
Ervan F. "Bud" Coleman - Guitar
Gary Coleman - Marimba, Percussion
William Collette - Flute
Michel Colombier - Arranger, Conductor
Marisa Conover - Vocals
Jack Conrad - Bass
Ry Cooder - Guitar
Ronald Cooper - Cello
Craig Copeland - Guitar
John Cowsill - Drums, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Vocals
Chad Cromwell - Drums
Rodney Crowell - Vocals
Sonny Curtis - Guitar
Mike D'Amico - Bass, Drums
Jasper Dailey - Vocals
Rollice Dale - Viola
Isabelle Daskoff - Violin
Douglas Davis - Cello
Mike Deasy - Guitar
Jim Decker - French Horn
Frank DeLaRosa - Upright Bass
Al DeLory - Keyboards
Joey DePompeis - Drums
Vincent DeRosa - French Horn
Joel Deroulin - Violin
Stephen W. Desper - Moog Synthesizer, Vocals
Frank DeVito - Drums
John DeVoogdt - Violin
Harold Dicterow - Violin
Joseph DiFiore - Viola
Doug Dillard - Banjo
Alvin Dinkin - Viola
Eugene Dinovi - Piano
Joseph Ditullio - Cello
Justin DiTullio - Cello
Jerry Donahue - Guitar
Bonnie Douglas - Violin
Steve Douglas - Clarinet, Contractor, Flute, Piano, Saxophone, Tambourine
Daryl Dragon - Arranger, Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Marimba, Vibraphone
Dennis Dragon - Drums, Percussion
Doug Dragon - Keyboards
Kathy Dragon - Flute
Dennis Dreith - Clarinet, Saxophone
Assa Drori - Violin
Timothy Drummond - Bass
David Duke - French Horn
Earle Dumler - Oboe
Steve Dvoreck - Vibraphone
Darryl Eaton - Trumpet
Steven Edelman - Upright Bass
Bob Edmondson - Trombone
Dave Edwards - Flute
Scott Edwards - Bass
Arni Egilsson - Upright Bass
Ernie Ehrhardt - Cello
Jesse Ehrlich - Arranger, Cello
Steve Eisen - Flute
Don Englert - Clarinet, Saxophone
Alan Estes - Percussion
Gene Estes - Keyboards, Percussion, Vibraphone
Bob Esty - Arranger
Virgil Evans - Trumpet
Gilbert Falco - French Horn
Craig Fall - Guitar, Keyboard Bass, Mandolin
Vincent Fanuele - Trombone
Chris Farmer - Bass, Musical Director, Vocals
Ricky Fataar - Arranger, Drums, Flute, Guitar, Keyboards, Pedal Steel Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Paul Fauerso - Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Victor Feldman - Percussion
Marie Fera - Cello
Henry Ferber - Violin
Glenn Ferris - Trombone
Ernie Fields Jr. - Saxophone
George Fields - Harmonica
Bobby Figueroa - Drums, Percussion, Vocals
David Filerman - Cello
Chuck Findley - Trumpet
Clare Fischer - Piano
Elliott Fisher - Violin
Bernard Fleischer - Flute, Saxophone
Ronald Folsom - Violin
Larry Ford - Trumpet
Rusty Ford - Bass
Steve Forman - Drums, Percussion
Dick Forrest - Flugelhorn, Trumpet
Carl Fortina - Accordion
Jeffrey Foskett - Guitar, Vocals
John Foss - Trumpet
John Foster - Guitar, Vocals
Bo Fox - Drums
Larry Franklin - Fiddle
Elliot Franks - Percussion
Ian Freebairn-Smith - Arranger
Vanessa Freebairn-Smith - Cello
Sam Freed - Violin
David Frisina - Violin
Donald Frost - Drums
Richie Frost - Drums
Gene Gaddy - Vocals
Bryan Garofalo - Bass, Vocals
Sonny Garrish - Pedal Steel Guitar
David Gates - Bass
Arny Geller - Vocals
Irving Geller - Violin
Chuck Gentry - Clarinet, Saxophone
Richard Gerdine - Violin
Nathan Gershman - Cello
James Getzoff - Violin
Joe Gibbons - Guitar
Bob Glaub - Bass
Sam Glenn, Jr. - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone
Mark Goldenberg - Guitar
Harris Goldman - Violin
Pamela Goldsmith - Viola
Anne Goodman - Cello
Jack Gootkin - Violin
Jim Gordon - Drums, Percussion
Stuart Gordon - Cello, Viola, Violin
Conrad Gozzo - Trumpet
Steve Grainger - Saxophone
Endre Granat - Violin
Gary Gray - Clarinet
John Gray - Piano
Jay Graydon - Guitar
Bill Green - Flute, Saxophone
Urbie Green - Trombone
Ed Greene - Drums
Probyn Gregory - Banjo, Bass, French Horn, Guitar, Theremin, Trombone, Trumpet
Gary Griffin - Accordion, Arranger, Keyboards
Mark Grosclose - Drums
Henry Gross - Vocals
Scott Grusin - Guitar
James William Guercio - Bass, Producer, Vocals
Mark Guercio - Bass, Vocals
Frank Guerrero - Percussion
Lynn Hammann - Drums
Robert Hardaway - English Horn, Oboe
Allan Harshman - Viola
Allan Harstian - Viola
Leonard Hartman - Clarinet, English Horn
Roy Hay - Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards, Programming
Stevie Heger - Drums
Robert S. Helfer - Orchestra Manager
Jimmy Helms - Guitar
James Henderson - Trombone
William Henderson - Violin
Rick Henn - Producer
Arthur Herfurt - Clarinet
Dave Hessler - Bass
Cliff Hills - Upright Bass
Billy Hinsche - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals
William Hinshaw - French Horn
Meyer Hirsch - Saxophone
John Hobbs - Keyboards
Mitch Holder - Guitar
Dr. Eric Hord - Guitar
Jim Horn - Flute, Saxophone
Paul Horn - Flute, Saxophone
Igor Horoshevsky - Cello
Bill House - Guitar
James House - Vocals
Francis Howard - Trombone
Steve Huffsteter - Trumpet
James Hughart - Upright Bass
Cliff Hugo - Bass
Larry Hulley - Guitar
Simon Humphrey - Bass
Richard Hurwitz - Trumpet
Danny Hutton - Vocals
Dick "Slyde" Hyde - Trombone
Harry Hyams - Viola
George Hyde - French Horn
William Hymanson - Viola
Mark Isham - Trumpet
Sharon Jackson - Violin
Jules Jacob - Flute, Oboe
Tom Jacob - Organ
Gregg Jakobson - Contractor
Adam Jardine - Saxophone, Vocals
Al Jardine - Electric Bass, Upright Bass, Arranger, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Drew Jardine - Finger Snaps
Mary Ann Jardine - Vocals
Matt Jardine - Finger Snaps, Handclapping, Percussion, Vocals
Robbie Jardine - Finger Snaps
Norm Jeffries - Drums, Percussion
JoAnn Johannsen - Cello
Plas Johnson - Saxophone
Bruce Johnston - Arranger, Bass, Keyboards, Producer, Vocals
Harriet Johnston - Contractor
Jimmy Joyce & His Children's Chorus - Vocals
Jon Joyce - Vocals
Judy Perett - Cello
Kathryn Julye - Harp
Jerry Jumonville - Saxophone
Robert Jung - Saxophone
Steve Kalinich - Kazoo
Anatol Kaminsky - Violin
Artie Kaplan - Contractor
Jeff Kaplan - Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Armand Kaproff - Cello
Nathan Kaproff - Violin
George Kast - Violin
Carol Kaye - Banjo, Bass, Guitar
Toby Keith - Vocals
Jan Kelley - Cello
Raymond Kelley - Cello
Richard Kelley Sr. - Upright Bass
Wells Kelly - Bass, Keyboards
Jackie Kelso - Clarinet, Saxophone
Jim Keltner - Drums, Programming
Peter Kent - Violin
Robert Kenyatta - Percussion
Barney Kessel - Guitar
Jerome Kessler - Violin
Louis Kievman - Viola
Chuck Kirkpatrick - Guitar
Randell Kirsch - Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Mort Klanfer - Electric Bass, Upright Bass
Lou Klass - Violin
Harry Klee - Flute
Bobby Klein - Flute, Saxophone
Ernie Knapp - Bass
Larry Knechtel - Bass, Keyboards
Robert Knight - Trombone
Danny Kortchmar - Guitar
Steve Korthoff - Vocals
Cynthia Kovacs - Violin
Mark Kovacs - Viola
Mike Kowalski - Drums, Percussion
Fred Koyen - Trumpet
Raphael Kramer - Cello
Seymour Kramer - Violin
Bernie Krause - Moog Synthesizer
Bernard Kundell - Violin
Russ Kunkel - Drums
William Kurasch - Violin
Edward Kusby - Trombone
Stephens La Fever - Bass
Judd Lander - Harmonica
Mike Lang - Piano
Ronald Langinger - Saxophone
Henry Laubach - Trumpet
Jack Laubach - Trumpet
Denzil Laughton - Harp
Earl Leaf - Vocals
Songa Lee - Violin
Jeff Legg - Conductor, Guitar
Paul Leim - Drums
Greg Leisz - Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar
Tony Leo - Percussion
Hy Lesnick - Upright Bass, Conductor, Contractor
Neil Levang - Dobro, Guitar
Gayle Levant - Harp
Joel Levin - Cello
Steve Levine - Producer, Programming
Stan Levy - Drums, Percussion
Carroll "Cappy" Lewis - Harmonica
Don Lewis - Keyboards
Kenny Lee Lewis - Bass
Marvin Limonick - Violin
Julian Lindsey - Arranger, Keyboards, Programming
Mark Linett - Producer
Larry Lingle - Guitar
Irving Lipschultz - Violin
Linda Lipsett - Viola
Charles Lloyd - Flute, Percussion, Saxophone
Charles Loper - French Horn
Sinclair Lott - French Horn
Christian Love - Guitar, Vocals
Hayleigh Love - Vocals
Maureen Love - Harp
Mike Love - Arranger, Producer, Saxophone, Tambourine, Theremin, Vocals
John Lowe - Flute, Saxophone
Abe Luboff - Upright Bass
Alfred Lustgarten - Violin
Edgar Lustgarten - Cello
Jacqueline Lustgarten - Cello
Kathleen Lustgarten - Cello
Glenn Lutz - Trumpet
Joy Lyle - Violin
Ian Lynne - Keyboards, Programming
Jimmy Lyon - Guitar
Arthur Maebe - French Horn
Willie Maiden - Flute, Saxophone
Roy Main - Trombone
Virginia Majewski - Viola
Leonard Malarsky - Violin
Gary Mallaber - Drums, Percussion
Ronnie Mancuso - Guitar
John Markowski - Guitar
David Marks - Guitar, Vocals
Frank Marocco - Accordion
Sal Marquez - Trumpet
Gordon Marron - Fiddle, Ring Modulator
Dale Martel - Guitar
Gail Martin - Trombone
Ricci Martin - Keyboards, Tambourine, Vocals
Tony Martin, Jr. - Pedal Steel Guitar, Vocals
Nick Martinis - Drums
Sal Marullo - Percussion
Skip Masters - Vocals
Scott Mathews - Drums, Percussion
Timothy May - Guitar
Frank Mayes - Arranger, Saxophone
Charlie McCarthy - Saxophone
Van McCoy - Arranger
Lew McCreary - Trombone
George McFarlaine - Bass
James McGee - French Horn
Kenneth McGregor - Trombone
Roger McGuinn - Guitar
Dick McQuary - Trombone
Terry Melcher - Keyboards, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Mike Melvoin - Keyboards
Don Menza - Saxophone
Peter Mercurio - Upright Bass
Sammy Merendino - Drums
Mike Meros - Keyboards
Walt Meskell - Banjo
Frank Messina - Accordion
Kevin Michaels - Percussion
Chris Middaugh - Pedal Steel Guitar
Jay Migliori - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone
Larry Millas - Bass
Carol Lee Miller - Autoharp
Mark Miller - Vocals
Maurice Miller - Drums
Taylor Mills - Vocals
Ollie Mitchell - Trumpet
David Montagu - Violin
Gary Moore - Guitar, Synthaxe
Mark Morales - Rap
John Morell - Guitar
Dorinda Morgan - Producer
Lorrie Morgan - Vocals
Tommy Morgan - Harmonica
Abe Most - Clarinet
Carli Munoz - Keyboards, Percussion
Susan Murphy - Vocals
Alexander Murray - Violin
Don Myrick - Saxophone
Dick Nash - Trombone
Ted Nash - Saxophone
The Nashville String Machine Orchestra - Strings
Steve Nathan - Keyboards
Buell Neidlinger - Upright Bass
Alexander Neiman - Viola
Willie Nelson - Vocals
Erno Neufeld - Violin
Roger Neumann - Arranger, Flute, Saxophone
Ira Newborn - Guitar
Jack Nimitz - Clarinet, Saxophone
Bob Norberg - Guitar
Milton Norman - Guitar
Rod Novak - Saxophone
Michael Nowak - Viola
Michael Nutt - Violin
Wilbert Nuttycombe - Violin
Brian O'Connor - French Horn
David Oppenheim - Sound Effects
Joe Osborn - Bass
Robert Ostrowsky - Viola
Rogier Van Otterloo - Arranger
Andy Paley - Drums, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Vocals
Jonathan Paley - Bass
Earl Palmer - Drums
Dennis Parker - Bass
Thomas Parker - Saxophone
Jon Parks - Contractor
Van Dyke Parks - Accordion, Keyboards
Don Peake - Bass, Guitar, Percussion
Elmo Peeler - Arranger, Keyboards
Nick Pellico - Percussion, Vibraphone
Gene Pello - Drums
Nick Pentelow - Saxophone
Jack Pepper - Violin
Richard Perissi - French Horn
Al Perkins - Pedal Steel Guitar
Bill Perkins - Saxophone
Joel Peskin - Arranger, Flute, Saxophone
Jim Peterik - Percussion, Ukulele
Frank St. Peters - Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone
Jeff Peters - Producer
Mitchell Peters - Percussion
Bill Peterson - Trumpet
Nicholas Pisani - Violin
Bill Pitman - Fuzz Bass, Guitar
Ray Pizzi - Bassoon
Stanley Plummer - Violin
Ray Pohlman - Bass, Guitar
Val Poliuto - Percussion, Vocal Coach
Mel Pollan - Upright Bass
Joe Pollard - Drums
George Poole - Violin
Al Porcino - Trumpet
George Price - French Horn
Mike Price - Trumpet
Gary Puckett - Guitar
Caleb Quaye - Guitar
Lou Raderman - Violin
Donald Ralke - Arranger
Joe Randazzo - Trombone
Don Randi - Keyboards
Mickey Raphael - Harmonica
Collin Raye - Vocals
Jack Redmond - Trombone
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach Jr. - French Horn
Joe Reilich - Viola
Jerome Reisler - Violin
Dorothy Remsen - Harp
John Renner - Flute, Saxophone
Morris Repass - Conductor, Contractor, Trombone
Dick Reynolds - Arranger, Conductor
Michael Rhodes - Bass
Red Rhodes - Pedal Steel Guitar
Emil Richards - Marimba, Vibraphone
Chet Ricord - Marimba
Jack Rieley - Narrator, Vocals
Billy Riley - Harmonica
Jim Riley - Guitar
Ian Ritchie - Arranger, Lyricon, Saxophone
Lyle Ritz - Electric Bass, Upright Bass, Ukulele
George Roberts - Trombone
Howard Roberts - Guitar
Alan Robinson - French Horn
Darren Robinson - Rap
Gale Robinson - French Horn
Marilyn Robinson - French Horn
Julie Rogers - Violin
Larry Rolando - Guitar
Eddie Rosa - Flute, Saxophone
Bob Rose - Vocals
Jay Rosen - Violin
Nathan Ross - Violin
Steve Ross - Guitar
Karl Rossner - Cello
Thom Rotella - Guitar
Henry Roth - Violin
Diane Rovell - Contractor, Vocals
Brent Rowan - Dobro, Guitar
Nick Rowe - Guitar
Jimmy Rowles - Piano
Meyer Rubin - Upright Bass
Mike Rubini - Keyboards
Washington Rucker - Drums
Bill Ruppert - Guitar
Leon Russell - Keyboards
Shelly Russell - Saxophone
Ambrose Russo - Violin
Darian Sahanaja - Keyboards, Musical Director, Vibraphone, Vocals
Ross Salamone - Drums, Percussion
Joe Sample - Keyboards
Sheldon Sanov - Violin
Emmet Sargeant - Cello
Joe Saxon - Cello
Victor Sazer - Cello
Ralph Schaeffer - Arranger, Violin
Jerry Scheff - Bass
Timothy B. Schmit - Vocals
Harold Schneier - Cello
Josef Schoenbrun - Violin
David Schwartz - Viola
Wilbur Schwartz - Flute, Saxophone
Tom Scott - Flute, Saxophone
Fred Selden - Saxophone
Leonard Selic - Viola
Frederick Seykora - Cello
Erica Sharp - Violin
Sid Sharp - Violin
Phil Shenale - Oberheim Synthesizer
David Sherr - Flute
Claude Sherry - French Horn
Bobby Shew - Trumpet
Harry Shlutz - Cello
Paul Shure - Violin
Stanley T. Sichell - Guitar
Jules Siegel - Vocals
Henry Sigismonti - French Horn
Brett Simons - Bass
Lou Singer - Vibraphone
Leland Sklar - Bass
Ernie Small - Flute, Saxophone
Arthur Smith - Ocarina, Piccolo
Putter Smith - Bass
Sterling Smith - Keyboards
Tommy Smith - Drums, Percussion
Wallace Snow - Percussion
Linn Sobotnick - Viola
David Sommerville - Vocals
Marshall Sosson - Violin
Jack Sparling - Drums
Dave Spence - Trumpet
Michael Sperry - Finger Snaps, Handclapping
John Stamos - Drums, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals
Spiro Stamos - Violin
Ringo Starr - Drums, Timpani
Joseph Stepansky - Violin
Lya Stern - Violin
Jerry Stevenson - Guitar
Baron Stewart - Vocals
Sheridon Stokes - Flute
David Stone - Upright Bass
Robert Stone - Upright Bass
Billy Strange - Guitar, Tambourine
Dana Strum - Bass
Doug Supernaw - Vocals
Robert Sushel - Violin
Ron Swallow - Tambourine
Ernie Tack - Trombone
Roy Tanabe - Violin
Paul Tanner - Theremin
Tommy Tedesco - Guitar, Mandolin
Benmont Tench - Keyboards
Toni Tennille - Keyboards, Vocals
Tony Terran - Trumpet
Darrel Terwilliger - Violin
Woody Thews - Percussion
Joe Thomas-  Keyboards, Percussion
Barbara Thomason - Viola
Richard Thompson - Clarinet, Flugelhorn, Flute, Keyboards, Saxophone
Julia Tillman - Vocals
George Tipton - Arranger
Russ Titelman-  Percussion
Richard D. Titus - Programming
Efrain Toro - Steel Drums
Dean Torrence - Vocals
Bobby Torres - Percussion
Scott Totten - Guitar, Vocals
Raymond Triscari - Trumpet
Kathy Troccoli - Vocals
Mari Tsumura - Violin
Eddie Tuduri - Drums, Percussion
Eddie Tuleja - Guitar, Vocals
Ron Tutt - Drums
Wayne Tweed - Bass
Lloyd Ulyate - Trombone
Ian Underwood - Keyboards
Gary Usher - Vocals
Ricky Van Shelton - Vocals
Marcia Van Dyke - Violin
Trevor Veitch - Contractor
Nick Venet - Producer
Al Vescovo - Banjo, Guitar
Dorothy Victor - Harp
Tommy Vig - Percussion, Vibraphone
Gerald Vinci - Violin
Al Viola - Guitar
Paul Von Mertens - Arranger, Flute, Harmonica, Musical Director, Saxophone
Michael Vosse - Vocals
Waddy Wachtel - Guitar
Dorothy Wade - Violin
Donald Waldrop - Tuba
Billy Joe Walker, Jr. - Guitar
Joe Walsh - Guitar
Nick Walusko - Guitar
Don Was - Producer
Richard Washington - Percussion
Wah-Wah Watson - Guitar
Ernie Watts - Saxophone
Derry Weaver - Guitar
Jimmy Webb - Arranger
Keith Wechsler - Drums, Keyboards, Programming
Julius Wechter - Percussion
Alan Weight - Trumpet
Bobby West - Bass
John Weston - Pedal Steel Guitar
Larry Whitman - Guitar
Walter Wiemeyer - Violin
Bob Williams - French Horn
Jerry Williams - Percussion
Carolyn Willis - Vocals
Jonah Wilson - Vocals
Justyn Wilson - Vocals
Marilyn Wilson - Vocals
Murry Wilson - Producer, Vocals
Wendy Wilson - Sleigh Bells, Vocals
Damon Wimbley - Rap
Jai Winding - Keyboards
Herschel Wise - Viola
John Wittenberg - Violin
Alfred Wohl - Cello
Stevie Wonder - Bass, Drums, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Roy Wood - Saxophone
Arthur Wright - Bass
Edna Wright - Vocals
Dan Wyman - Synthesizer Programming
Tammy Wynette - Vocals
Tibor Zelig - Violin
Shari Zippert - Violin
Jimmy Zito - Trumpet
Richie Zito - Guitar
Alex Del Zoppo - Piano

Friday, April 18, 2014

The Sylvers - Forever Yours

The Sylvers - Forever Yours
Casablanca Records NBLP 7103 (1978)

Side One:
1. Don't Stop, Get Off
2. Love Changes
3. Forever Yours
4. Swept For You Baby
5. Play This One Last Record

Side Two:
1. Come Dance With Me
2. Come On Down To My House
3. Diamonds Are Rare
4. Love Won't Let Me Go
5. Just A Little Bit Longer

John P. Guerin, Edward Greene, Stephen Gadd - drums
The Sylvers - vocals
Foster E. Sylvers, James J. Sylvers - bass
Herman Brown, Jay Graydon, Mitchell L. Holder, Ricky Sylvers, Robben L. Ford, Tim May - guitar
H. Grusin, James J. Sylvers, Patricia L. Sylvers, Richard Tee, Reginald Burke, Sylvester L. Rivers, Jr. - keyboards
Gary L. Coleman, Victor S. Feldman - percussion
Al Ross, Bob Cullen, James Sylvers, Leon F. Sylvers, III - producer
Don Menza, Ernest J. Watts, James R. Horn, Peter Christlieb, Terry Harrington - reeds
Michael J. Boddicker - synthesizer
Charles B. Findley, Dick Hyde - trombone
Charles B. Findley, Gene A. Goe, Oliver Mitchell, Oscar Brashear - trumpet
James R. Horn, Dennis Quitman, Thomas Scott - woodwinds
James D. Hughart, Larry Farrow - arranger

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Tiny Tim - God Bless Tiny Tim

Tiny Tim - God Bless Tiny Tim
Reprise Records RS 6292 (1968)

Track Listing:
1. Welcome to My Dream
2. Tip-Toe Thru' The Tulips With Me
3. Livin' in the Sunlight, Lovin' in the Moonlight
4. On The Old Front Porch
5. The Viper
6. Stay Down Here Where You Belong
7. Then I'd Be Satisfied With Life
8. Strawberry Tea
9. The Other Side
10. Ever Since You Told Me That You Love Me (I'm A Nut)
11. Daddy, Daddy, What Is Heaven Like?
12. The Coming Home Party
13. Fill Your Heart
14. I Got You, Babe
15. This Is All I Ask

Personnel :
John Guerin, Jim Gordon, Gene Pello, Joe Porcaro - drums
Tiny Tim - ukulele, vocals
Phil Perry - producer
Larry Knechtel, Mike Melvoin, Pete Jolly, Mike Deasy - piano, harpsichord
Milt Holland, Victor Feldman, Emil Richards, Gary Coleman - vibes, percussion
Bill Pitman, Dennis Budimir, Herb Ellis, Louis Morrell, Howard Roberts, Tommy Tedesco, Michael Anthony - guitar
Artie Butler, Perry Botkin, Jr., Gene Page - arranger
Charles Berghofer - bass
David Duke - French horn
Anthony Terran, Jules Chaikin, Buddy Childers - trumpets
Richard Leith, Lew McReary, William Byers - trombones
Robert Hardaway - oboe, woodwinds
Gene Cipriani, Thomas Scott - saxophones
Allan Harshmann, Dan Neufeld, Joseph Difiore, Leonard Selic, Philip Goldberg - violas
Gerald Vinci, Arnold Belnick, Bernie Kundall, Tibor Zelig, Ambrose Russo, Wilbert Nuttycombe, George Kast, Sam Boghossian, Sidney Sharp, Albert Steinberg, Ralph Schaeffer, Henry Ferber, Leonard Malarsky, William Kurasch, Lou Klass - violins
Raymond Kelley, Joseph Saxon, Jesse Ehrlich, Joseph DiTullio - celli
Gayle Levant - harp
Red Rhodes - pedal steel guitar
Frank Marocco - accordion
John Andrews Tartaglia - arranger

Sunday, December 29, 2013

David Cassidy - Dreams Are Nuthin' More Than Wishes

David Cassidy - Dreams Are Nuthin' More Than Wishes
Bell Records BELLS 231 (1973)

Side One:
1. Daydream
2. Sing Me
3. Bali Ha'i
4. Mae
5. Fever
6. Summer Days

Side Two:
1. The Puppy Song
2. Daydreamer
3. Some Old Woman
4. Can't Go Home Again
5. Preyin' on My Mind
6. Hold on Me

John Guerin - Drums
David Cassidy - Vocals
Kim Carnes - Background Vocals
Al Casey - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Ukulele
Victor Feldman - Vibraphone
James Burton - Acoustic Guitar, Dobro
Louie Shelton - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Ned Doheny - Guitar
Bobbye Hall - Conga
Max Bennett - Bass
Richard Bennett - Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Homer Diltz - Harp
Dave Ellingson - Acoustic Guitar
Gloria Gaione - Background Vocals
Emory Gordy - Bass
Gloria Grinel, Trish Turner, Brandy Bento - Background Vocals
Milt Holland - Percussion, Conga
Larry Knechtel - Bass, Mouth Organ
Michael Omartian - Piano, Tack Piano
Mike McDonald - Electric Piano, Backing Vocals
Ron Tutt - Drums
Rod David - Acoustic Guitar
Bonita Gunslab - Background Vocals
Rick Jarrard - Producer

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Mike Wofford - Strawberry Wine

Mike Wofford - Strawberry Wine
Epic Records LN 24225 (1966)

Track Listing:
1. Kay Note
2. The Steeplechase
3. Moment
4. I Know Your Heart
5. Semi-Gymnopedie #1
6. Night and Day
7. Strawberry Wine
8. Three for All
9. Whim

John Guerin - Drums
Mike Wofford - Arranger, Piano
John Doling - Bass
John Hammond, Sr. - Producer

Saturday, November 30, 2013

Fire & Rain - Fire & Rain

Fire & Rain - Fire & Rain
Mercury Records SRM 1-654 (1972)

Side One:
1. Somebody To Love
2. Carry Me Down
3. Take Me For A Little While
4. Chandelier
5. Music In The Air
6. Let's Get Rollin'

Side Two:
1. Touch Me
2. Hello Stranger
3. Alright Tonight
4. That's Where It's At
5. Home To You

John Guerin, Hal Blaine, Jim Gordon - Drums
Manny Freiser - Vocals, Producer
Patti McCarron - Vocals, Producer
Joe Saraceno - Producer
Ben Benray - Arranger
Max Bennett, Reinie Press - Bass 
Al Casey, Ben Benay, David Cohen, Dean Parks, Jay Graydon - Guitar
Artie Butler, David Foster, David Paich - Keyboards
Alan Estes, Gary Coleman, Victor Feldman - Percussion
Sid Sharp And The Orchestra - Strings
Gene Cipriano - Woodwind

Monday, November 18, 2013

Waylon Jennings - The Taker/Tulsa

Waylon Jennings - The Taker/Tulsa
RCA Victor Records LSP-4487 (1971)

Track Listing:
1. The Taker
2. You'll Look for Me
3. Mississippi Woman
4. Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
5. Six White Horses
6. (Don't Let the Sun Set on You) Tulsa
7. Casey's Last Ride
8. A Legend in My Time
9. Sunday Morning Comin' Down
10. Grey Eyes You Know

John Guerin - drums (4,7)
Waylon Jennings - vocals, guitar, producer
Fred Carter, Jimmy Capps, Dale Sellers - guitar
Chip Young, Jerry Shook - guitar
Roy Huskey, Bobby Dyson, Norbert Putman, Henry Strzelecki, Chuck Sanders - bass
Pete Drake, Curly Chalker - pedal steel guitar

Buddy Harman, Kenneth Buttrey, John Huffman - drums
Hargus Pig Robbins, Jim Pierce, Beegie Cruiser - piano

Charlie McCoy - harmonica, organ
Joe Babcock, Dolores Edgin, June Page, Hurshel Wiginton - backing vocals

Sonny Curtis, Alvin Casey, Billy Ray Reynolds - guitar
Ralph Mooney - pedal steel guitar
Joe Osborne - bass

Glen Hardin - piano
Don Brook - harmonica
Gene Marlino, Vangie Carmichael, Bob Tebow, William Brown, Stan Farber - backing vocals

Sunday, September 15, 2013

The Williams Brothers - Andy & David

The Williams Brothers - Andy & David
Varese Vintage 066350 (1974)

Track Listing:
1. Sha-La-La
2. What's Your Name
3. It Hurts to Be in Love
4. This Diamond Ring
5. Roll River
6. Let Me Love You
7. Cathy's Clown
8. Hello Mary Lou
9. Secretly
10. Say It Again
11. Why Don't They Understand
12. Every Other Sunday
13. I Don't Know How Say Goodbye

John Guerin - Drums
Andy Williams - Vocals
David Williams - Vocals
James Burton, Dean Parks - Guitar
Alan Estes - Percussion
Jim Haas, Tom Bahler - Background Vocals
Carol Kaye - Bass
Chuck Findley, Dick Hyde, Lew McCreary, Ollie Mitchell - Brass
Gayle Levant - Harp
Michael Lloyd - Piano, Background Vocals, Arranger, Producer
Marty Paich - Arranger, Producer
Don Costa - Arranger, Producer
Mike Curb - Producer
Sid Sharp - String Director
Marty Wekser - Producer

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Howard Roberts - Guilty!!

Howard Roberts - Guilty!!
Capitol Records T-2824 (1967)

Side One:
1. Watch What Happens
2. Ode To Billie Joe
3. Triste
4. Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You
5. Look Of Love
6. Yellow Days

Side Two:
1. Walk Tall
2. You And I
3. O Barquinho
4. Wait Until Dark
5. Up, Up and Away

John Guerin - drums
Howard Roberts - guitar
Dave Grusin - organ
Chuck Berghofer - bass
Al Hendrickson, Jack Marshall - guitar
Paulo Fernando de Magalhaes, Larry Bunker - drums, percussion
Claudio Miranda - percussion, vocals
Vic Feldman - electric piano, percussion
David Cavanaugh, Jack Marshall - producer

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Marty Cooper - A Minute Of Your Time

Marty Cooper - A Minute Of Your Time
Barnaby Records BR-15004 (1972)

Side One:
1. To Say Goodbye To Anne
2. Cowboys And Daddies
3. Tell The Singer I'm Sorry
4. Oh, Country
5. The Indiana Girl

Side Two:
1. I Wrote A Song
2. The First Band I Ever Played With
3. Another Day, Another Year
4. Mama Was A Cowgirl
5. The View From Ward Three (A Minute Of Your Time)

John Guerin - drums
Marty Cooper - vocals, producer
Larry Carlton - guitar
Richard Bennett - steel guitar
John McEuen - bass, guitar
Bobby Bruce - fiddle
Larry Muhoberac - piano, arranger
Kim Carnes, Brooks Hunnicu - background vocals
Ken Mansfield - producer

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Howard Roberts - Spinning Wheel

Howard Roberts - Spinning Wheel
Capitol Records ST-336 (1969)

Side One:
1. Spinning Wheel
2. Country Scuffle
3. Gasoline Alley
4. Bros. Of Serendipity

Side Two:
1. More Today Than Yesterday
3. Captain Bacardi
4. Crystal Illusions

John Guerin - Drums
Howard Roberts - Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Chuck Domanico - Bass
Dave Grusin - Piano, Electric Piano, Organ
David Axelrod - Producer
Tom Scott - Saxophone, Flute, Organ

Harry Nilsson - The RCA Albums Collection

Harry Nilsson - The RCA Albums Collection
RCA Records 88697915502 (2013)

Track Listing:

Disc One: Pandemonium Shadow Show
1. Ten Little Indians (stereo)
2. 1941 (stereo)
3. Cuddly Toy (stereo)
4. She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune (stereo)
5. You Can't Do That (stereo)
6. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend (stereo)
7. She's Leaving Home (stereo)
8. There Will Never Be (stereo)
9. Without Her (stereo)
10. Freckles (stereo)
11. It's Been So Long (stereo)
12. River Deep-Mountain High (stereo)
13. Ten Little Indians (mono)
14. 1941 (mono)
15. Cuddly Toy (mono)
16. She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune (mono)
17. You Can't Do That (mono)
18. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend (mono)
19. She's Leaving Home (mono)
20. There Will Never Be (mono)
21. Without Her (mono)
22. Freckles (mono)
23. It's Been So Long (mono)
24. River Deep-Mountain High (mono)

Disc Two: Aerial Ballet
1. Daddy's Song (stereo)
2. Good Old Desk (stereo)
3. Don't Leave Me (stereo)
4. Mr. Richland's Favorite Song (stereo)
5. Little Cowboy (stereo)
6. Together (stereo)
7. Everybody's Talkin' (stereo)
8. I Said Goodbye To Me (stereo)
9. Little Cowboy (stereo)
10. Mr. Tinker (stereo)
11. One (stereo)
12. The Wailing Of The Willow (stereo)
13. Bath (stereo)
14. Daddy's Song (mono)
15. Good Old Desk (mono)
16. Don't Leave Me (mono)
17. Mr. Richland's Favorite Song (mono)
18. Little Cowboy (mono)
19. Together (mono)
20. Everybody's Talkin' (mono)
21. I Said Goodbye To Me (mono)
22. Little Cowboy (mono)
23. Mr. Tinker (mono)
24. One (mono)
25. The Wailing Of The Willow (mono)
26. Bath (mono)
27. Aerial Ballet Radio Spot

Disc Three: Harry
1. The Puppy Song
2. Nobody Cares About The Railroads Anymore
3. Open Your Window
4. Mother Nature's Son
5. Fairfax Rag
6. City Life
7. Mournin' Glory Story
8. Maybe
9. Marchin' Down Broadway
10. I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City
11. Rainmaker
12. Mr. Bojangles
13. Simon Smith And His Amazing Dancing Bear
14. I Will Take You There (single mix)
15. Waiting
16. Rainmaker (single mix)
17. Mournin' Glory Story (single mix)
18. Garbage Can Ballet (alternate version)
19. Harry Radio Spot
20. Voices Of Vista Radio Spots

Disc Four: Nilsson Sings Newman
1. Vine St.
2. Love Story
3. Yellow Man
4. Caroline
5. Cowboy
6. The Beehive State
7. I'll Be Home
8. Living Without You
9. Dayton, Ohio 1903
10. So Long Dad
11. Snow
12. Love Story (alternate version)
13. Cowboy (alternate version)
14. I'll Be Home (alternate version)
15. Living Without You (alternate version)

Disc Five: The Point!
1. Everything's Got 'Em
2. The Town
3. Me And My Arrow
4. The Game
5. Poli High
6. The Trial And Banishment
7. Think About Your Troubles
8. The Pointed Man
9. Life Line
10. The Birds
11. P.O.V. Waltz
12. The Clearing In The Woods
13. Are You Sleeping?
14. Oblio's Return
15. Think About Your Troubles (alternate version)
16. Life Line (alternate version)
17. Down To The Valley (alternate version)
18. I'll Never Leave You
19. The Point! Travel Brochure Radio Spot With Bill Martin

Disc Six: Aerial Pandemonium Ballet
1. Introduction
2. 1941
3. Daddy's Song
4. Mr. Richland's Favorite Song
5. Good Old Desk
6. Everybody's Talkin'
7. Bath
8. River Deep-Mountain High
9. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend
10. Don't Leave Me
11. Without Her
12. Together
13. One
14. Closing
15. You Can't Do That
16. It's Been So Long (italian version)
17. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend (italian version)
18. Without Her (italian version)
19. Cuddly Toy (italian version)
20. You Can't Do That (italian version)
21. BBC Saturday Club Introduction
22. 1941 (live)
23. Mr. Richland's Favorite Song (live)
24. Nilsson Talks With Brian Matthew
25. Together (live)
26. Good Old Desk (live)
27. Aerial Pandemonium Ballet Radio Spot

Disc Seven: Nilsson Schmilsson
1. Gotta Get Up
2. Driving Along
3. Early In The Morning
4. The Moonbeam Song
5. Down
6. Without You
7. Coconut
8. Let The Good Times Roll
9. Jump Into The Fire
10. I'll Never Leave You
11. Si No Estas Tu
12. How Can I Be Sure Of You
13. The Moonbeam Song (demo)
14. Lamaze
15. Old Forgotten Soldier (demo)
16. Gotta Get Up (alternate version)

Disc Eight: Son Of Schmilsson
1. Take 54
2. Remember (Christmas)
3. Joy
4. Turn On Your Radio
5. You're Breakin' My Heart
6. Spaceman
7. The Lottery Song
8. At My Front Door
9. Ambush
10. I'd Rather Be Dead
11. The Most Beautiful World In The World
12. What's Your Sign?
13. Take 54 (alternate version)
14. Campo De Encino
15. Daybreak (single version)
16. It Had To Be You/I'd Rather Be Dead
17. Son Of Schmilsson Radio Spot

Disc Nine: A Little Touch Of Schmilsson In The Night
1. Lazy Moon
2. For Me And My Gal
3. It Had To Be You
4. Always
5. Makin' Whoopee!
6. You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)
7. Lullaby In Ragtime
8. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
9. What'll I Do
10. Nevertheless (I'm In Love With You)
11. This Is All I Ask
12. As Time Goes By
13. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
14. Make Believe

Disc Ten: Pussy Cats
1. Many Rivers To Cross
2. Subterranean Homesick Blues
3. Don't Forget Me
4. All My Life
5. Old Forgotten Soldier
6. Save The Last Dance FOr Me
7. Mucho Mungo/Mt. Elga
8. Loop De Loop
9. Black Sails
10. Rock Around The Clock
11. Down By The Sea
12. The Flying Saucer Song
13. Turn Out The Light
14. Save The Last Dance For Me (alternate version)
15. Don't Forget Me
16. Black Sails (demo)

Disc Eleven: Duit On Mon Dei
1. Jesus Christ You're Tall
2. It's A Jungle Out There
3. Down By The Sea
4. Kojak Columbo
5. Easier For Me
6. Turn Out The Light
7. Salmon Falls
8. Puget Sound
9. What's Your Sign?
10. Home
11. Good For God
12. Goin' Down

Disc Twelve: Sandman
1. I'll Take A Tango
2. Something True
3. Pretty Soon There'll Be Nothing Left For Everybody
4. The Ivy Covered Walls
5. Here's Why I Did Not Go To Work Today
6. The Flying Saucer Song
7. How To Write A Song
8. Jesus Christ You're Tall
9. Will She Miss Me?
10. A Tree Out In The Yard (Central Park)

Disc Thirteen: ...That's The Way It Is
1. That Is All
2. Just One Look/Baby I'm Yours
3. Moonshine Bandit
4. I Need You
5. A Thousand Miles Away
6. Sail Away
7. She Sits Down On me
8. Daylight Has Caught Me
9. Zombie Jamboree (Back To Back)
10. That Is All (reprise)
11. ...That's The Way It Is Radio Spot

Disc Fourteen: Knnillssonn
1. All I Think About Is You
2. I Never Thought I'd Get This Lonely
3. Who Done It?
4. Lean On Me
5. Goin' Down
6. Old Bones
7. Sweet Surrender
8. Blanket For A Sail
9. Laughin' Man
10. Perfect Day
11. Ain't It Kinda Wonderful
12. Sweet Lorraine
13. Shuffle Off To Buffalo
14. Ballin' The Jack
15. All I Think About Is You (demo)
16. Knillssonn Radio Spot

Disc Fifteen: Nilsson Sessions 1967-1968
1. 1941 (demo)
2. World (demo)
3. Signs (demo)
4. Cuddly Toy (demo)
5. This Could Be The Night (demo)
6. As I Wander Lonely
7. The Family
8. Miss Butter's Lament
9. Mr. Tinker
10. Leggenda
11. Sister Marie
12. She Wandered Through The Garden Fence
13. One (alternate version)
14. I Said Goodbye To Me (alternate version)
15. Searchin'
16. She's Just Laughing At Me
17. Together (alternate version)
18. Bath (alternate version)

Disc Sixteen: Nilsson Sessions 1968-1971
1. You Are Here
2. The Cast And Crew
3. Garbage Can Ballet
4. I Will Take You There
5. Girlfriend
6. Wasting My Time
7. Rainmaker (alternate version)
8. Open Your Window (alternate take)
9. Postcard
10. Think About Your Troubles (alternate version)
11. Marry Me A Little
12. Ballin' The Jack
13. Gotta Get Up (demo)
14. Down To The Valley (single mix)
15. Buy My Album (single mix)
16. Joy (alternate version)
17. Blackbird
18. Paradise
19. Lucille
20. Early In The Morning (alternate version)

Disc Seventeen: Nilsson Sessions 1971-1974
1. Walk Right Back
2. Jump Into The Fire (alternate version)
3. Isolation
4. Without You (demo)
5. Driving Along (demo)
6. Gotta Get Up (demo)
7. Coconut (demo)
8. Old Forgotten Soldier (alternate demo)
9. Down (demo)
10. The Moonbeam Song (alternate demo)
11. Jump Into The Fire (single version)
12. Per Chi
13. Joy (guitar demo)
14. Joy (piano demo)
15. You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It) (alternate version)
16. Lullaby In Ragtime (alternate version)
17. Always (alternate version)
18. It Had To Be You (alternate version)
19. I Want You To Sit On My Face
20. A Souvenir - Also Sprach Schmilsson Schmixon

John Guerin - drums, percussion
Harry Nilsson - vocals, keyboards, guitar, harmonica
Mike Deasy - guitar
Michael Duré - guitar
Neil LaVang - guitar
Mac Rebennack - guitar, keyboards
Bob Segarini - guitar
Ray Brown - bass
Al McKibbon - bass
Lyle Ritz - bass
William Trochim - bass
Richie Frost - drums
Vann Slatter - drums
Jerry Williams - drums
Dale Anderson - percussion
Hubert Anderson - percussion
Milt Holland - percussion
Mike Melvoin - keyboards
Don Ralke - keyboards
Roy Caton - trumpet
David Duke - french horn
Robert M. Knight - brass
Carroll Lewis - trumpet
Ollie Mitchell - trumpet
Dick Nash - trombone
Tom Scott - woodwinds
Jesse Ehrlich - cello
Paul Shure - strings
Robert Sushel - strings
Darrell Terwilliger - violin
Dennis Budimir - guitar, ukulele, banjo
James Burton - guitar
Al Casey - guitar
David Cohen - guitar
Drake Levin - guitar
Tommy Tedesco - guitar
Larry Knechtel - bass, keyboards
Jim Gordon - drums, percussion
John Philips - percussion
Bill Martin - keyboards
Michael Wofford - keyboards
Tommy Morgan - harmonica
Norman Benno - brass
Gene Cipriano - woodwinds
Robert Enevoldsen - brass
Bernard Fleischer - brass
Jim Horn - woodwinds
Dick Hyde - trombone
John Johnson - woodwinds
Plas Johnson - woodwinds
Lew McCreary - trombone
Tony Terran - trumpet
Robert Hardaway - woodwinds
John E. Lowe - woodwinds
Johnny Rotella - woodwinds
Israel Baker - strings
Arnold Belnick - strings
Bobby Bruce - strings
Donnie Douglas - strings
James Getzoff - strings
Edgar Lustgarten - strings
Ray Kelley - strings
Michael Mutt - strings
Myron Sandler - strings
Ralph Schaeffer - strings
Fred Seykora - strings
Marshall Sosson - strings
Tibor Zelig - strings
Randy Newman - piano
Max Bennett - bass, recorder
Stephen LaFever - bass
Frank Capp - drums
Earl Palmer - drums
Michael Lang - keyboards
Michel Rubini - keyboards
Ralph Grierson - keyboards
Dorothy Rensen - harp
Ian Duck - guitar
Caleb Quaye - guitar
Chris Spedding - guitar, bouyoukia
John Uribe - guitar
Klaus Voorman - guitar, bass
Herbie Flowers - bass
Jim Keltner - drums
Roger Pope - drums
Richard Perry - percussion, keyboards
Jimmy Webb - keyboards
Gary Wright - keyboards
Roger Coolan - keyboards
Henry Krein - accordion
Bobby Keys - saxophone
Jim Price - trumpet, trombone
Peter Frampton - guitar
Lowell George - guitar
Paul Keogh - guitar
Les Thatcher - guitar
George Harrison - guitar
Red Rhodes - pedal steel guitar
Barry Morgan - drums
Ringo Starr - drums
Ray Cooper - percussion
Nicky Hopkins - keyboards
Graham Smith - harmonica
Dominick Fera - horns
Wilbur Schwartz - horns
Richard Mackey - horns
Tony Gilbert - orchestra member
Ray Cohen - orchestra member
Charles Vorzinger - orchestra member
Leonard Dighl - orchestra member
Keith Bird - orchestra member
Ken Cooper - orchestra member
Tony Randell - orchestra member
George Turnland - orchestra member
Alan Peters - orchestra member
Lou Rosen - orchestra member
Lou Whiteson - orchestra member
Derek Collins - orchestra member
Ken Essex - orchestra member
Maurice Taylor - orchestra member
Reginald Mosley - orchestra member
Dannie McCOnnell - orchestra member
George French - orchestra member
Red Leopold - orchestra member
Steve Shingles - orchestra member
Nat Comrass - orchestra member
Jesse Ed Davis - guitar
Danny Kortchmar - guitar
Pete Kleinow - pedal steel guitar
Keith Moon - drums
Norman Kurban - percussion
May Pang - percussion
Jane Getz - keyboards
Ken Ascher - keyboards
Willie Smith - keyboards
Trevor Lawrence - brass
Robert Greenidge - pedal steel guitar, percussion, steel drum
Fred Myrow - keyboards
Van Dyke Parks - keyboards
Emmett Kennedy - percussion
Patrick Murphy - percussion
Gene Estes - percussion
John Bergamo - marimba
Cosmo DeAguero - marimba
Victor Feldman - marimba
Douglas Dillard - banjo
Denzil Laughton - harp
Gayle Levant - harp
Norman Herzberg - bassoon
Lloyd Hildebrand - bassoon
Robert Tricarico - bassoon
Ron Langinger - woodwinds
Jay Migliori - woodwinds
Lew Tabackin - woodwinds
Jules Jacob - woodwinds
John Bambridge - woodwinds
Joseph Soldo - woodwinds
Bud Brisbois - horns
Charles Dinwiddle - horns
Chuck Findley - trumpet
Paul Hubinon - horns
Jerome Jumonville - horns
Bobby Keys - woodwinds
Martin Krystall - horns
Malcom McNabb - trumpet
Tom Shepard - horns
Myer Bello - strings
Samuel Boghossian - strings
Joseph DiTullio - strings
Assa Drori - strings
Arni Egildson - strings
Henry Ferber - strings
Ronald Folsom - strings
Allan Harshman - strings
Harry Hyams - strings
William Hymanson - strings
Armand Kaproff - strings
Dennis Karmazyn - strings
Louis Kievman - strings
Raphael Kramer - strings
Bernard Kundell - strings
Abe Luboff - strings
Kathleen Lustgarten - strings
Joy Lyle - strings
Gordon Marrow - strings
Peter Mercurio - strings
Joe Mondragon - strings
Gareth Nuttycombe - strings
Stanley Plummer - strings
David Schwartz - strings
Sid Sharp - strings
Harry Shlutz - strings
Haim Shtrum - strings
Jeff Solow - strings
Robert Stone - strings
Limm Subotnick - strings
Reher Sven - strings
David Turner - strings
Gerald Vinci - strings
Keith Allison - guitar
Michael Anthony - guitar
Peter Jameson - guitar
John Morrell - guitar
Fred Tackett - guitar
Derrek VanEaton - guitar
Lon VanEaton - guitar
Chili Charles - drums
Doug Hoefer - percussion
Thomas Collier - percussion, keyboards
James Newton Howard - keyboards
David Paich - keyboards
Malcolm Cecil - keyboards
Steven Madaio - horns
Benny Powell - horns
James Roberts - horns
Henry Sigismonti - horns
Charles Gould - bassoon
Melvin Tax - bassoon
Joe Darensbourg - horns
Andrew Blakeney  - horns
Herbert Harper - horns
Murray Adler - strings
James Bond Jr. - strings
Rolice Dale - strings
Edward Green - strings
Harris Goldman - strings
Raphael Kramer - strings
Carl Lamagna - strings
Michael Nowak - strings
Polly Sweeney - strings
William Weiss - strings
Charlotte Sax - strings
James Griffin - bass
Don Randi - keyboards