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Whatever's Right — Lonnie Mack

Alternate sleeve:Whatever's Right

Elektra EKS 74050 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

  • Untouched By Human Love
  • I Found A Love
  • Share Your Love With Me
  • Teardrops On Your Letter
  • Baby What You Want Me To Do
  • Mt Healthy Blues
  • What Kind Of World Is This
  • My Babe
  • Gotta Be An Answer
  • Things Have Gone To Pieces

The Stooges — The Stooges

Alternate sleeve:The Stooges

Elektra EKS 74051 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: John Cale

  • 1969
  • I Wanna be Your Dog
  • We Will Fall
  • No Fun
  • Real Cool Time
  • Ann
  • Not Right
  • Little Doll

Featuring Iggy Pop who is credited as Iggy Stooge.


Matthew, Mark, Luke And John — Methuselah

Alternate sleeve:Matthew, Mark, Luke And John

Elektra EKS 74052 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: Kenny Young

  • Matthew
  • Mark
  • Luke
  • John
  • High In The Tower Of Coombe
  • Methuselah
  • My Poor Mary
  • Fireball Woman
  • Fairy Tale
  • Frère Jacques

This British band later changed their name to Amazing Blondel.


Keep On Moving — The Butterfield Blues Band

Alternate sleeve:Keep On Moving

Elektra EKS 74053 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: Jerry Ragavoy

  • Love March
  • No Amount Of Loving
  • Morning Sunrise
  • Losing Hand
  • Walking By Myself
  • Except You
  • Love Disease
  • Where Did My Baby Go
  • All In A Day
  • So Far So Good
  • Buddy's Advice
  • Keep On Moving

Copperfields — Dillards

Alternate sleeve:Copperfields

Elektra EKS 74054 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

  • Rainmaker
  • In Our Time
  • Old Man At The Mill
  • Touch Her If You Can
  • Woman Turn Around
  • Yesterday
  • Brother John
  • Copperfields
  • West Montana Hanna
  • Close The Door Lightly
  • Pictures
  • Ebo Walker
  • Sundown

Recollections — Judy Collins

Alternate sleeve:Recollections

Elektra EKS 74055 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: Mark Abramson

  • Pack Up Your Sorrows
  • Tomorrow Is A Long Time
  • Early Morning Rain
  • Anathea
  • Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There is a Season)
  • Daddy You've Been On My Mind
  • Mr. Tambourine Man
  • Winter Sky
  • The Last Thing On My Mind
  • The Bells Of Rhymney
  • Farewell

I've seen a New Zealand release of this with a different cover using the same 'Judy in foliage' shot used on the record club and JC1 discs.


Satin Chickens — Rhinoceros

Alternate sleeve:Satin Chickens

Elektra EKS 74056 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: David Anderle (The Frog)

  • Satin Doll
  • Monkee Man
  • Find My Hand
  • Top Of The Ladder
  • Sugar Foot Rag
  • Don't Come Crying
  • Chicken
  • It's The Same Thing
  • In A Little Room
  • Funk Butt
  • Back Door

The 'Satin Doll' is the Duke Ellington number.


Changing Horses — Incredible String Band

Alternate sleeve:Changing Horses

Elektra EKS 74057 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

  • Big Ted
  • White Bird
  • Dust Be Diamonds
  • Sleepers Awake
  • Mr and Mrs
  • Creation

Love Revisited — Love

Alternate sleeve:Love Revisited

Elektra EKS 74058 (Stereo)

Released: July 1970

Production: Jac Holzman, Mark Abramson, Paul A Rothchild, Bruce Botnick, Arthur Lee

  • My Little Red Book
  • Softly To Me
  • Hey Joe
  • Signed D C
  • 7 and 7 Is
  • Orange Skies
  • Your Mind And We Belong Together
  • She Comes In Colors
  • Alone Again Or
  • Andmoreagain
  • Your Friend and Mine - Neil's Song
  • Good Times
  • You Set the Scene

Includes the last 'classic' Love A-Side 'Your Mind and We Belong Together', which was not on any of their main albums.


Partyin' — Wild Thing

Alternate sleeve:Partyin'

Elektra EKS 74059 (Stereo)

  • Born To Be Wild
  • Hold On I'm Coming
  • Magic Carpet Ride
  • In The Midnight Hour
  • Good Lovin'
  • Mustang Sally
  • Revolution
  • In A Gadda-Da-Vida
  • My Girl
  • Sooky-Sooky
  • Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
  • Born On The Bayou
  • Knock On Wood
  • Wild Thing

A wierd album of covers: basically for playing at your (presumably drunken) party and advertised as being 'better than the real thing'. The sleeve is notable for the hair styles of the band. This is the album Jac Holzman says he would prefer to forget (or prefer was forgotten). On the plus side, their version of 'In A Gadda-Da-Vida' is shorter than the original by Iron Butterfly.


Subway To The Country — David Ackles

Alternate sleeve:Subway To The Country

Elektra EKS 74060 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Russ Miller

  • Main Line Saloon
  • That's No Reason To Cry
  • Candy Man
  • Out On The Road
  • Cabin On The Mountain
  • Woman River
  • Inmates Of The Institution
  • Subway To The Country

Some copies also included a radio station promotion single with an interview.


I Looked Up — Incredible String Band

Alternate sleeve:I Looked Up

Elektra EKS 74061 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

  • Black Jack Davy
  • Letter
  • Pictures In A Mirror
  • This Moment
  • When You Find Out Who You Are
  • Fair As You

Classic Rush — Tom Rush

Alternate sleeve:Classic Rush

Elektra EKS 74062 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Side 1

  • On The Road Again
  • The Cuckoo
  • Who Do You Love
  • Joshua Gone Barbados
  • Shadow Dream Song
  • Urge For Going

Side 2

  • Galveston Flood
  • Love's Made A Fool Of You
  • No Regrets/Rockport Sunday
  • Something In The Way She Moves
  • The Circle Game

Roxy — Roxy

Alternate sleeve:Roxy

Elektra EKS 74063 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

  • Love Love Love
  • Sing A Song
  • New York City
  • Somebody Told You
  • Love For A Long Time
  • Windy Day
  • You Got A Lot Of Style
  • I Got My Friends
  • Yesterday's Song
  • Rock And Roll Circus

Not to be confused with Roxy Music. The sleeve of this album is notable because it includes a photo of famed Elektra sleeve supremo William S Harvey.


Woodsmoke And Oranges — Paul Siebel

Alternate sleeve:Woodsmoke And Oranges

Elektra EKS 74064 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Peter K Siegel

  • She Made Me Lose My Blues
  • Miss Cherry Lane
  • Nashville Again
  • The Ballad Of Honest Sam
  • Then Came The Children
  • Louise
  • Bride 1945
  • My Town
  • Any Day Woman
  • Long Afternoons

Disguised As A Normal Person — David Steinberg

Alternate sleeve:Disguised As A Normal Person

Elektra EKS 74065 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: George Sherman

  • Introduction and the Dating Game
  • Cute
  • Dr. Reuben
  • A Phone Call
  • Contact Lenses
  • Judy Disney
  • Coast, Bullshit and Nixon
  • Lying
  • Sermon Introduction
  • Jezebel
  • Joshua
  • Lot
  • Moses

Comedy album recorded live at the Bitter End in New York. This is a rare album to bear the credit Production Supervisor Keith Holzman. In the UK this number was used for a single-LP version of 'Relics of the Incredible String Band'.


Relics of the Incredible String Band (UK release) — Incredible String Band

Alternate sleeve:Relics of the Incredible String Band (UK release)

Elektra EKS 74065 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: Joe Boyd, Whitchseason Productions

  • Way Back in the 1960's
  • Painting Box
  • First Girl I Loved
  • Everything's Fine Right Now
  • Koeeoaddi There
  • Chinese White
  • No Sleep Blues
  • The Minotaur's Song
  • October Song
  • My name is Death
  • A Very Cellular Song
  • Nightfall

Single album release in the UK. The sleeve lists the UK String Band albums as EKS 7254, 7257 and 7258 rather than EUKS with the same numbers, which is confusing as these numbers were sound effects discs in the US but is how the LPs were listed for a while before the Kinney K notation came into force.

I've seen a German release of this single-LP version which uses the American cover.

This number was used for David Steinberg's album 'Disguised as a Normal Person' in the US. This potentially confusing double use of a catalogue number seems to have only occurred with ISB and the use of BRD 1 for a Bread compilation and a 'private' release of an eastern 'mystical' music album on Elektra.


Tom Paxton 6 — Tom Paxton

Alternate sleeve:Tom Paxton 6

Elektra EKS 74066 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Milton Okun

  • Whose Garden Was This?
  • Forest Lawn
  • Annie's Going To Sing Her Song
  • Dogs At Midnight
  • Molly Bloom
  • Angeline Is Always Friday
  • Crazy John
  • Cindy's Crying
  • I've Got Nothing But Time
  • Saturday Night
  • Uncle Jack
  • Jimmy Newman

The UK Polydor editions of this disc have a misprint on the back cover saying the discs were 'Manufacturered'.


Crabby Appleton — Crabby Appleton

Alternate sleeve:Crabby Appleton

Elektra EKS 74067 (Stereo)

  • Go Back
  • Other Side
  • Catherine
  • Peace By Peace
  • To All My Friends
  • Try
  • Can't Live My Life
  • Some Madness
  • Hunger For Love
  • How Long Will It Take

Renaissance — Renaissance

Alternate sleeve:Renaissance

Elektra EKS 74068 (Stereo)

Released: 1969

Production: Paul Samwell-Smith

  • Kings & Queens
  • Innocence
  • Island
  • Wanderer
  • Bullet

Two cover variations exist with different pictures on the rear cover: one of the band and one of a baby. Released in UK on Island Records ILPS 9114 with yet another cover.


The American Revolution — David Peel and the Lower East Side

Alternate sleeve:The American Revolution

Elektra EKS 74069 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Peter K Siegel

  • The Lower East Side
  • The Pledge Of Allegiance
  • Legalize Marijuana
  • Oink, Oink
  • I Want To Get High
  • I Want To Kill You
  • Girls Girls Girls
  • Hey, Mr. Draft Board
  • God

Gulliver — Gulliver

Alternate sleeve:Gulliver

Elektra EKS 74070 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

  • Everyday's A Lovely Day
  • I'm Really Smokin
  • Christine
  • Rose Come Home
  • Enough/Over The Mountain
  • Angelina
  • Flogene
  • Lemon Road
  • Seventy
  • Truly Good Song

Fun House — The Stooges

Alternate sleeve:Fun House

Elektra EKS 74071 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Don Gallucci

Engineering: Brian Ross-Myring

Recorded: Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles

Side 1

  • Down on the Street
  • Loose
  • T. V. Eye
  • Dirt

Side 2

  • 1970
  • Fun House
  • L. A. Blues

Featuring Iggy Pop. Rhino records released a limited edition (3000 copies) set of seven CDs of the entire Fun House sessions. It included the album as originally issued plus mono single mixes of 'Down On The Street' and 'I Feel Alright' which were released as single EKM-45695. Extra tracks from the session, apart from alternate takes of the album, were: 'Lost In The Future' and 'Slide [Slidin' The Blues]' (which may be a jam). The set also notes that 'LA Blues' was originally called 'Freak'.


Suite Steel — Various Artists

Alternate sleeve:Suite Steel

Elektra EKS 74072 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: John Boylan

  • Buddy Emmons: Down On The Corner
  • Sneaky Pete: Blackbird
  • Rusty Young: Everybody's Talkin'
  • Buddy Emmons: Wichita Lineman
  • J D Maness: Muddy Mississippi Line
  • Red Rhodes: Something
  • Sneaky Pete & Rusty Young: Sunshine Of Your Love
  • Buddy Emmons & Sneaky Pete: Yesterday
  • Buddy Emmons: Turn Any Corner (Suite Steel 1)
  • Buddy Emmons: L'Hiver Sur la Plage (Suite Steel 2)
  • Rusty Young: Prodigal (Suite Steel 3)

Little Bit Of Rain — Fred Neil

Alternate sleeve:Little Bit Of Rain

Elektra EKS 74073 (Stereo)

Production: Paul A Rothchild

  • Bleecker and MacDougal
  • Blues On The Ceiling
  • Sweet Mama
  • Little Bit Of Rain
  • Country Boy
  • Other Side Of This Life
  • Mississippi Train
  • Travelin' Shoes
  • Water Is Wide
  • Yonder Comes The Blues
  • Candy Man
  • Handful Of Gimme
  • Gone Again

Originally issued as EKS 7293 under the title 'Bleeker and MacDougal' and with a different sleeve.


Lorca — Tim Buckley

Alternate sleeve:Lorca

Elektra EKS 74074 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Dick Kunc

  • Lorca
  • Anonymous Proposition
  • I Had A Talk With My Woman
  • Driftin'
  • Nobody Walkin'

Tim Buckley's 'difficult' album.


Better Times Are Coming — Rhinoceros

Alternate sleeve:Better Times Are Coming

Elektra EKS 74075 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Guy Draper

  • Better Times
  • Old Age
  • Sweet, Nice 'n' High
  • Just Me
  • Happiness
  • Somewhere
  • It's A Groovy World
  • Insanity
  • Lady Of Fortune
  • Let's Party
  • Rain Child

On The Waters — Bread

Alternate sleeve:On The Waters

Elektra EKS 74076 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: David Gates, James Griffin and Robb Royer

  • Why Do You Keep Me Waiting
  • Make It With You
  • Blue Satin Pillow
  • Look What You've Done
  • I Am That I Am
  • Been Too Long On The Road
  • I Want You With Me
  • Coming Apart
  • Easy Love
  • In The Afterglow
  • Call On Me
  • The Other Side Of Life

CD reissue in 1995 in the Elektra Traditions series from Rhino.


For Collectors Only — Lonnie Mack

Alternate sleeve:For Collectors Only

Elektra EKS 74077 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

  • Wham
  • I'll Keep You Happy
  • Suzie Q
  • Farther On Down Road
  • Bounce
  • Where There's A Will
  • Chicken Pickin
  • Baby What's Wrong
  • Down In The Dumps
  • Down And Out
  • Satisfied
  • Memphis
  • Why

Reissued classics from Lonnie, including the seminal 'Memphis' instrumental.


If I Be Your Lady — Carol Hall

Alternate sleeve:If I Be Your Lady

Elektra EKS 74078 (Stereo)

  • If I Be Your Lady
  • Why Be Lonely
  • Baby If We Had Time
  • Who Will Dance With The Blind
  • It's Been A Long Time Comin'
  • Miss Mckinley
  • Let Me Be Lucky This Time
  • Crooked Clock
  • Goodbye Jasper
  • Ceiling Song
  • Crazy Marinda
  • Jenny Rebecca
  • Ain't Love Easy

13 — The Doors

Alternate sleeve:13

Elektra EKS 74079 (Stereo)

Released: November 1971

Side 1

  • Light My Fire
  • People Are Strange
  • Back Door Man
  • Moonlight Drive
  • Crystal Ship
  • Roadhouse Blues

Side 2

  • Touch Me
  • Love Me Two Times
  • You're Lost, Little Girl
  • Hello, I Love You
  • Land Ho
  • Wild Child
  • Unknown Soldier

Some (earlier?) copies include an inner sleeve with a photo of Jim Morrison holding a lamb ... yes ... that photo! The version of 'Light My Fire' is the long, album, version.

There was also an earlier cover design seen on at least one white label copy distributed internally at Elektra which featured a very large '13' on the cover but was possibly rejected because you had to look closely at the image to see Jim! Pity, as this was a very striking design.

It did, however, appear on copies in (at least) Venezuela, occupying the otherwise vacant EKS 75009.


Right On Be Free — Voices Of East Harlem

Alternate sleeve:Right On Be Free

Elektra EKS 74080 (Stereo)

  • Right On Be Free
  • Simple Song Of Freedom
  • Proud Mary
  • Music In The Air
  • Oh Yeah
  • For What Its Worth
  • Let It Be Me
  • No No No
  • Gotta Be A Change
  • Run Shaker Life

Jack-Knife Gypsy — Paul Siebel

Alternate sleeve:Jack-Knife Gypsy

Elektra EKS 74081 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: Zachery

  • Jasper And The Miners
  • If I Could Stay
  • Jack-Knife Gypsy
  • Prayer Song
  • Legend Of Captain's Daughter
  • Chips Are Down
  • Pinto Pony
  • Hillbilly Child
  • Uncle Dudley
  • Miss Jones
  • Jeremiah's Song

Carly Simon — Carly Simon

Alternate sleeve:Carly Simon

Elektra EKS 74082 (Stereo) EQ 4082 (Quad)

Released: 1971

Production: Eddie Kramer for Jerry Brandt/Brandtworks Records Inc

Engineering: Ed Kramer and Dave Palmer (Mixdown)

Side 1

  • That's the Way I've Always Heard it Should Be
  • Alone
  • One More Time
  • The Best Thing
  • Just a Sinner

Side 2

  • Dan, My Fling
  • Another Door
  • Reunions
  • Rolling Down the Hills
  • The Love's Still Growing

Farquahr — Farquahr

Alternate sleeve:Farquahr

Elektra EKS 74083 (Stereo)

  • Hanging On By A Thread
  • My Island
  • Peace In Mind
  • Holy Moses
  • Much Too Nice A Day
  • Just For Kings
  • Dear John Deere
  • Babe In The Woods
  • Start Living
  • Moonrider
  • Silver Spoons
  • Streets Of Montreal

Formerly Anthrax — Show Of Hands

Alternate sleeve:Formerly Anthrax

Elektra EKS 74084 (Stereo)

Released: 1970

Production: Russ Miller

  • No Words Between Us
  • Stanley's Theme
  • Moondance
  • These Things I Know
  • I Want To Fly
  • No Opportunity Necessary, No Experience Needed
  • May This Be Love/One Rainy Wish
  • Mount Olympus Breakdown
  • Like A Child
  • Toy Piano and goodbye

This band was once called Anthrax ... hence the album title.


Radio Free Nixon — David Frye

Alternate sleeve:Radio Free Nixon

Elektra EKS 74085 (Stereo)

  • Prologue
  • Dick Nixon Show
  • Funnies
  • Farm Report
  • Message
  • Face The Country
  • An Editorial
  • Weather Report
  • Special Bulletin
  • Soap Opera
  • WNIX Sports
  • Big Four
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Listen To Martha
  • Thought For Tomorrow
  • My Way

David Frye was the comedian who 'did' Richard Nixon. The radio jingles on this album come authentically from the Dallas heartland of radio jingledom. The 'Hail to the Chief ... Dick Nixon' jingle is a showstopper.


Manna — Bread

Alternate sleeve:Manna

Elektra EKS 74086 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: David Gates, together with James Griffin and Robb Royer

  • Let Your Love Go
  • Take Comfort
  • Too Much Love
  • If
  • Be Kind to Me
  • He's A Good Lad
  • She Was My Lady
  • Live in Your Love
  • What a Change
  • I Say Again
  • Come Again
  • Truckin'

CD reissue in 1995 in the Elektra Traditions series from Rhino. Some copies of this, probably just in Europe, have the prefix EKX which may well mean 'extra cost' because of the intricate die-cut sleeve. The European sleeve changed to a single layer.


Strange Locomotion — Siren

Alternate sleeve:Strange Locomotion

Elektra EKS 74087 (Stereo)

  • Relaxing With Bonnie Lou
  • Some Dark Day
  • Lillian
  • Stride
  • I'm All Aching
  • Strange Locomotion
  • Lonesome Ride
  • Fetch Me My Woman
  • Hot Potato
  • Soon
  • Squeeze Me

Based on the UK release on Dandelion and jointly labelled 'Dandelion'. A notable extra inclusion on this version is 'The Stride', which was originally released in the UK as a single credited to Coyne-Clague, the band's earlier name.


Beautiful People — New Seekers

Alternate sleeve:Beautiful People

Elektra EKS 74088 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: David MacKay for Leon Henry Productions

  • One
  • All Right My Love
  • Ain't Love Easy
  • Blackberry Way
  • When There's No Love Left
  • Your Song
  • Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma
  • Cincinnati
  • Eighteen Carat Friend
  • Beautiful People
  • I'll Be Home
  • Never Ending Song Of Love

Licensed from Philips in Europe. This seemes a curious deal for Elektra, since the New Seekers were unashamedly MOR/Pop ... but Jac has been quoted as saying he was interested in a band he could choose music for and especially as a vehicle for Harry Chapin songs.


Rat On — Swamp Dogg

Alternate sleeve:Rat On

Elektra EKS 74089 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

  • Do You Believe
  • Predicament #2
  • Remember, I Said Tomorrow
  • Creeping Away
  • Got To Get A Message To You
  • God Bless America
  • I Kissed Your Face
  • That Ain't My Wife
  • She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye
  • Do Our Thing Together

Crow Dog's Paradise — Henry and Leonard Crow Dog with Al Running

Alternate sleeve:Crow Dog's Paradise

Elektra EKS 74091 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: Peter K Siegel of Burmese Records Inc

  • 4 Peyote Songs (Leonard)
  • Wolakota (Peace Song) (Henry)
  • Jesus, Light of the World (L)
  • Song for him who do not return (H)
  • Gourd Dance (H)
  • 2 Peyote Songs (L)
  • Hanblechia Song to the Universe (H)
  • Leonard Crow Dog talks about Peyote and the Native American Church
  • 4 Peyote Songs (L)

The Rainbow Band — Rainbow Band

Alternate sleeve:The Rainbow Band

Elektra EKS 74092 (Stereo)

  • Rama Rama
  • Lotus
  • Sweater Song
  • Simple Song
  • Midnite Song
  • Song Of The Navajo
  • Now Is The Time

Smiling Men With Bad Reputations — Mike Heron

Alternate sleeve:Smiling Men With Bad Reputations

Elektra EKS 74093 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

  • Spirit Beautiful
  • Warm Heart Pastry
  • Beautiful Stranger
  • No Turning Back
  • Call Me Diamond
  • Flowers Of The Forest
  • Audrey
  • Brindaban
  • Feast Of Stephen

Death Walks Behind You — Atomic Rooster

Alternate sleeve:Death Walks Behind You

Elektra EKS 74094 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

  • Death Walks Behind You
  • Vug
  • Tomorrow Night
  • Seven Streets
  • Sleeping For Years
  • I Can't Take No More
  • Nobody Else
  • Gershatzer

Re-sleeved version of UK album of the same name, originally released on B&C CAS 1026 in September 1970. Their previous LP, just called Atomic Rooster, wasn't picked up by Elektra and AFAIK wasn't released in the US. The British release sleeve featured a moody extract from a William Blake painting showing 'man' on all fours, looking fearfully behind him. IMHO this was a rare instance of the Elektra cover not being as good as the UK original. Usually, when Elektra/Bill Harvey re-sleeved an LP, it produced a better result.


Bring America Home — Timber

Alternate sleeve:Bring America HomeSleeve:Bring America Home

Elektra EKS 74095 (Stereo)

  • Bring America Home
  • Canada
  • Pipe Dream
  • Remember
  • Don't Underestimate Your Friend
  • Witch Hunt
  • Spidit Song
  • Caught In The Middle
  • Same Old Story
  • From The Time I Rise

The Quinaimes Band — Quinaimes Band

Alternate sleeve:The Quinaimes Band

Elektra EKS 74096 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

  • Try Me One More Time
  • Look To Yourself
  • Green Rolling Hills Of West Virginia
  • Visions Of Johanna
  • Don't Take No
  • Love Brings the Best Out in a Man
  • Don't Knock
  • Tell Me What You See From There
  • Queequeg
  • Falling Star

Uncle Dirty Primer — Uncle Dirty

Alternate sleeve:Uncle Dirty Primer

Elektra EKS 74097 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

  • Make me Laugh
  • Education
  • Dating
  • Mescaline
  • Everyman's Commercial

Adult comedian, recorded at Sam Hood's Village Gaslight in December 1970.


Wackering Heights — Wackers

Alternate sleeve:Wackering Heights

Elektra EKS 74098 (Stereo)

  • Travelin' Time
  • Body Go Round
  • Don't Be Cruel
  • Country Queen
  • Strangers
  • Don't Put Down The Singer
  • I Don't Want My Love Refused
  • White House
  • I Like
  • On The Way Up
  • Such A Good Thing
  • No Place For The Children

Nicely Out Of Tune — Lindisfarne

Alternate sleeve:Nicely Out Of Tune

Elektra EKS 74099 (Stereo)

Released: 1971

Production: John Anthony

  • Lady Eleanor
  • Road To Kingdom Come
  • Winter Song
  • Turn A Deaf Ear
  • Clear White Light, Part II
  • We Can Swing Together
  • Float Me Down The River
  • Down
  • Nothing But The Marvellous
  • Scarecrow Song

Licensed from Charisma Records in the UK but remixed and with a more sophisticated sleeve than the original UK release.