…featuring Bob Dylan, Creedence Clearwater Revival and a young Michael Kamen’s band (before he went on to produce numerous film scores, including collaborating with Pink Floyd on ‘The Wall’):
Love the cover for The New York Rock Ensemble, although I have no idea what it has to do with the album or the band! This LP (1970’s ‘Roll Over’) features a track called ‘Fields Of Joy’ that was later covered by Lenny Kravitz in 1991.
Black Widow’s last LP on CBS orange label (they were dropped after this LP flopped) and a ‘posthumous’ release on Gull of a ‘best of’ Judas Priest 2LP set, featuring remixed tracks from their ‘Rocka Rolla’ and ‘Sad Wings Of Destiny’ original Gull albums. Bit of a cash in by Gull, following the global success of ‘British Steel’…
Three new additions to the pink Island and orange CBS labels as well as the very first LP issued on the newly redesigned Charisma label which utilised an existing drawing by Sir John Tenniel of the Mad Hatter and other images from “Alice In Wonderland” and this design has become known as the ’pink Mad Hatter’ variant.
There are new sections for singles on pink Island, CBS orange, B&C Records, Charisma pink scroll and Mooncrest as well as a rare addition on Vertigo. Click the labels to go to each singles section featuring Traffic, Titanic, Atomic Rooster, Nazareth, Rare Bird and Manfred Mann.
More singles to be added to each section as they are acquired. Keep coming back for updates.