Todd Rundgren ‎– Something / Anything? (1972)

Something / Anything? is the third solo album by American songwriter/musician/vocalist Todd Rundgren, released in 1972 on Bearsville. Spread out over two LPs, the release is a self-contained effort save for assorted group recordings on side four.

A1. “I Saw the Light (2:59)
A2. “It Wouldn’t Have Made Any Difference” (3:51)
A3. “Wolfman Jack” (2:55)
A4. “Cold Morning Light” (3:35)
A5. “It Takes Two to Tango (This Is for the Girls)” (2:43)
A6. “Sweeter Memories” (3:32)
B1. “Intro” (1:10)
B2. “Breathless” (3:15)
B3. “The Night the Carousel Burned Down” (4:32)
B4. “Saving Grace” (4:11)
B5. “Marlene” (3:55)
B6. “Song of the Viking” (2:37)
B7. “I Went to the Mirror” (4:06)
C1. “Black Maria” (5:18)
C2. “One More Day (No Word)” (3:44)
C3. “Couldn’t I Just Tell You” (3:36)
C4. “Torch Song” (2:51)
C5. “Little Red Lights” (4:51)
D1. “Overture – My Roots: Money (That’s What I Want) / Messin’ With the Kid” (2:30)
D2. “Dust in the Wind” (3:46)
D3. “Piss Aaron” (3:28)
D4. “Hello It’s Me” (4:41)
D5. “Some Folks Is Even Whiter Than Me” (3:57)
D6. “You Left Me Sore” (3:43)
D7. “Slut” (3:35)

Todd Rundgren — arranger, producer, photography, all instruments, guitar, piano, songwriter, vocals

Rick Derringer — guitar
Randy Read — rhythm guitar
Amos Garrett — guitar
Robbie Kogale — guitar
Ralph Wash — guitar
Rick Vito — guitar
Michael Brecker — tenor saxophone
Barry Rogers — trombone
Randy Brecker — trumpet
Ben Keith — pedal steel guitar
Gene Dinwiddie — tenor saxophone
Jim Horn — tenor saxophone
John Kelson — tenor saxophone
Collie Read — bass
John Siegler — bass
Jim Colegrove — bass
Stu Woods — bass
Bugsy Maugh — bass
Tony Sales — bass
Charles Schoning — piano
Stockman — drums
John Siomos — drums
Billy Mundi — drums
Hunt Sales — drums
Serge Katzen — congas
Brook Baxes — backing vocals
Anthony Carrubba — backing vocals
Dennis Cooley — backing vocals
Henry Fanton — backing vocals
Cecelia Norfleet — backing vocals
Edward Olmos — backing vocals
Vicki Sue Robinson — backing vocals
Nick Jameson — engineer
John Lee — assistant engineer
Rick Valente — lead vocals
Mark Klingman — organ, piano, songwriter
Hope Ruff — backing vocals
Richard Corey — backing vocals
Dan Turbeville — engineer

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