Jobriath ‎– Jobriath (1973)

Jobriath is the first of two solo albums by the namesake American art-pop/cabaret performer, released in 1973 on Elektra. Tracklist: A1. “Take Me I’m Yours” (4:10) A2. “Be Still” (3:37) A3. “World Without End” (3:41) A4. “Space Clown” (2:34) A5. “Earthling” (3:29) A6. “Movie Queen” (1:56) B1. “I’m a Man” (3:33) B2. “Inside” (3:46) B3. “Morning […]

Peter Frampton ‎– Frampton (1975)

Frampton is the fourth solo album by English pop/rock guitarist/vocalist Peter Frampton, released in 1975 on A&M. The album contains the original studio recordings of his twin signature songs, “Show Me the Way” and “Baby, I Love Your Way,” both of which attained evergreen status through faithfully rendered live renditions that appeared on the following year’s […]

Tony Ashton & Jon Lord ‎– First of the Big Bands (1974)

First of the Big Bands is a collaborative album between organist/vocalist Tony Ashton and keyboardist Jon Lord, released in 1974 on Purple Records. Drumming is provided on select tracks by Ian Paice, with whom the pair would form a trio for 1977’s Malice in Wonderland album. Tracklist: A1. “We’re Gonna Make It” (3:52) A2. “Downside […]

Harry Nilsson ‎– Son of Schmilsson (1972)

Son of Schmilsson is the sixth proper album by American singer/songwriter Harry Nilsson, released in 1972 on RCA Victor. Tracklist: A1. “Take 54” (4:22) A2. “Remember (Christmas)” (4:07) A3. “Joy” (3:42) A4. “Turn On Your Radio” (2:42) A5. “You’re Breakin’ My Heart” (3:10) B1. “Spaceman” (3:33) B2. “The Lottery Song” (2:24) B3. “At My Front Door” […]

Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton (born April 22, 1950) is an English guitarist and singer who released a string of 1966–68 singles in beat combo The Herd, including the freakbeat rubbles “From the Underworld,” “Mixed Up Minds,” “I Can Fly,” and “Sunshine Cottage.” In 1969, he embarked on a five-album stint in blues-rockers Humble Pie with ex-Small Faces […]