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Single 45-1229 Dot Records 1954
Written-By – Bryant

Single 1870 Chess Records 1963
Written-By – Willie Dixon

Single 1307 The Aristocrat Of Records feb 1949
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Bass – Ernest "Big" Crawford
Guitar – Leroy Foster
Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters with Rythm Accompaniment.
Recorded November 30, 1948 in Chicago.

lp " Time Further Out (Miro Reflections) " Columbia records 1961
Dave Brubeck – piano
Paul Desmond – alto saxophone
Eugene Wright – bass
Joe Morello – drums

Robert Honablue - engineering
Recorded 3 May 1961
Producer Teo Macero

LP " Jimmy Rushing And The Smith Girls ‎– Bessie - Clara - Mamie & Trixie (The Songs They Made Famous)"
Columbia records 1961
Vocal - Jimmy Rushing
Clarinet – Buster Bailey
Piano – Claude Hopkins
Rhythm Guitar – Everett Barksdale
Tenor Saxophone – Coleman Hawkins
Trombone – Dickie Wells
Trumpet – Buck Clayton

LP "NOLAN" Abc Records 1972
Arranged By – Gabriel Mekler, Nolan Porter
Bass [Uncredited] – Roy Estrada
Drums [Uncredited] – Jimmy Carl Black, Richie Hayward
Guitar [Uncredited] – Lowell George
Keyboards [Uncredited] – Bill Payne
Percussion [Uncredited], Saxophone [Uncredited] – Tony Elisalda
Producer [Produced By] – Gabriel Mekler
Written-By – G. Mekler* (tracks: A1, A4, A5, B1), N. Porter* (tracks: A1, B1)
Producer – Gabriel Mekler
Recorded at The Sound Factory in Hollywood.
Engineer – Dave Hassinger, Val Garay

LP " The Coming Atlantis " World Pacific Jazz Records 1969
Bass [Fender & Upright] – Bob West
Bass, Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone – Ernest Williams*
Bongos, Congas – King Errison*
Featuring [Drums], Drums – Paul Humphrey
Featuring [Piano], Piano – Joe Sample
Flute – Allen Butler
Guitar – Fred L. Robinson*
Liner Notes – Bob Hatchett
Organ – Monk Higgins
Percussion – Dee Ervin
Producer – Higgins & Ervin*, Higgins & Ervin*
Strings [Section] – Sid Sharp
Tenor Saxophone – Plas Johnson
Trumpet – Allen Brisbois*
Vibraphone – Alan C. Estes*
Vocals [Background] – Adrienne Williams, Alexandra Brown, Difosco Ervin*, Mamie Galore

Single P-1471 Fame Records 1970
producer: Mickey Buckins
written by:Thompson, Varnell, Calloway, Eades

Single 4-7270 Okeh Records 1966
arranged by: Arthur Wright
Producer: Larry Williams & Johnny Watson

Single 738 Galaxy Records 1965
Written-By – Coolures, Hunt

Single 5495 Capitol Records 1965
Arranged By, Conductor – H.B. Barnum
Producer – David Axelrod

Single 45-2208 Palomar Records 1965
Written : Marvin Jenkins

LP "Precious Memories " Mark II records 1967
produced and arranged by M.Montague
Engineer R. Roker
recorde at Jamo Recording Studios
Los Angeles Calif.
Supervised by Wally Roker

Single 648 Rampart Records 1966
Written-By – F. H. West

Single F-1548 Fame Records 1969
Producer – Mickey Buckins, Rick Hall

Recorded at Fame Recording Studios
603 E. Avalon Ave.
Muscle Shoals, Ala.

Single 2499 B side Atlantic Records 1968
Arranged By – Rick Hall & Staff
Producer – Rick Hall

Single 2499 side a Atlantic Records 1968
Arranged By – Rick Hall & Staff
Producer – Rick Hall

LP " Do The Pop-Eye " Atlantic Records 1962
Wayne Jackson (trumpet)
Charles Axton (tenor saxophone)
Don Nix (baritone saxophone)
Marvell Thomas (piano)
Booker T. Jones (organ)
Steve Cropper (guitar)
Donald "Duck" Dunn (electric bass)
Terry Johnson (drums)

Memphis, TN, 1962

LP " Shake A Tail Feather " Piccadilly Records 1967
Geno Washington, lead vocals
Pete Gage, guitar
Lionel Kingham, saxophone
Buddy Beadle, saxophone
Geoff Pullum aka Jeff Wright, organ
John Roberts, bass
Pete Carney, bass
Herb Prestidge, drums
Clive Burrows, saxophone
Paul Turner, bass guitar
Producer – John Schroeder

LP " Sifters, Shifters, Finger Clicking Mamas "
Marble Arch Records 1968
Producer – John Schroeder

LP " Check Me Out If You Don't Know Me By Now" People records 1975
Vocal Lyn Collins, James Brown

Recorded At – Sound Ideas Studios
Recorded At – A&R Studios
Recorded At – Wally Heider Studios
Mixed At – Sound Ideas Studios

Engineer [Assistant] – David Stone, Major Little
Engineer, Supervised By [Production] – Bob Both
Performer – The Female Preacher
Producer, Other [Minister Of New New Super Heavy Funk] – James Brown

LP " Super Blues " Checker Records 1967
Bo Diddley – vocals, guitar
Muddy Waters – vocals, guitar
Little Walter – vocals, harmonica
Sonny Wimberley – bass guitar
Frank Kirkland – drums
Buddy Guy – guitar
Otis Spann – piano
Cookie Vee – tambourine, vocals

Ralph Bass – producer
Ron Malo – engineer
Doug Brand – engineer
Don Bronstein – cover design
Recorded January 1967
Studio Tel Mar Studios in Chicago, Illinois

LP " Live " Soul records 1967
credits :
first lp "live recording"

LP "Live " Soul Record 1970
producer Johnny Bristol

Lp " Together " United States Navy 1974
Bass – Richie Reddick
Drums – David Carradine
Guitar – Norman Clark
Leader, Piano, Organ – Jim Allen
Performer – The U.S. Navy Soul Band
Performer [Port Authority] – David Carradine , Don Letbetter,
Emmett Wright, Jim Allen, Mike Beegle, Norman Clark,
Richie Reddick, Rose Lewis
Saxophone – Mike Beegle
Trombone – Mac Wright
Trumpet – Don Letbetter
Vocals [Vocalist] – Rose Lewis
Producer – The Recruiting Advertising Department Of The Navy Recruiting Command


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