Tuesday, October 25, 2016

OCTOBER 25, 2016

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
1927 - Barbara Cook, Broadway musical performer and cabaret singer, who made her recording debut on the Capitol Records soundtrack to the Broadway musical "Flahooley", is born Barbara Nell in Atlanta, Georgia. If anyone knows her middle name, please leave a comment.
75 Years Ago Today In 1941 - Helen Reddy, singer, television and motion picture actress, and Capitol Records artist (1970-1980), is born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. If anyone knows her middle name, please leave a comment
1984 - Katy Perry, singer-songwriter, actress and Capitol Records artist is born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson in Santa Barbara, California

ON THIS DAY IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
1943 - Benny Carter (on alto saxophone) and His Orchestra (Claude Dunson, Vernon "Jake" Porter, Teddy Buckner and Freddie Webster on trumpet; Shorty Haughton, J.J. Johnson, and Alton Moore on trombone; Porter Kilbert also on alto saxophone; Willard Brown on alto and baritone saxophone; Eugene "Gene" Porter and Hubert "Bumps" Myers on tenor saxophone; Humphrey "Teddy" Brannon on piano; Ulysses Livingston on guitar; Dillon "Curley" Russell on bass; and Oscar Bradley on drums) record the tracks "Poinciana" (arranged by Frank Comstock), "Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight" (arranged by Frank Comstock with vocals by Sarah Churchill), two takes of "Hurry, Hurry" (also arranged by Frank Comstock with vocals by Sarah Churchill, the first take is the main take and the second take the alternate take), and the instrumental track "Love For Sale" (arranged by Benny Carter) in San Francisco, California. Capitol Records issues the first and third tracks together as a single (Capitol 144), the second track as a single (Capitol 165) with "I'm Lost" on the flipside, "Love For Sale" on the compilation album "The History Of Jazz, Volume 4 - This Modern Age" (CE-19), and the alternate version of "Hurry, Hurry" is added to an updated version of the album (W 2140).
1944 - Jack Guthrie (on vocals with Billy Hughes on fiddle; "Porky" Freeman on lead guitar; Red Murrell on rhythm guitar; and Cliffie Stone on bass), at his second Capitol Records session, records "I'm Building A Stairway To Heaven", "Welcome Home Stranger", four more songs, Jimmie Rodgers' "When the Cactus Is in Bloom" which highlights Guthrie's yodeling ability, "Answer To 'Moonlight And Skies'", and "Dallas Darlin'" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first track as a single (Capitol Americana 40012) with "This Troubled Mind O’ Mine" on the flipside, the second track as a single (Capitol Americana 57-40222) with "Colorado Blues" on the flipside.
1944 - At a split session held this day in Los Angeles, California Matt Dennis (on vocals) with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted) records the (as of 2005) unissued tracks "Things Aren't Just The Same" and "(You'd Never Now) The Old Place Now" and Jerry Colonna (on vocals) with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup still unlisted) records the (as of 2005) unissued track "Your Father's Mustache".
70 Years Ago Today In 1946 - Skitch Henderson and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "And So To Bed" (vocals by Eileen Wilson), "It's The Same Old Dream" (vocals by Eileen Wilson), "A Garden In The Rain" (vocals by Eileen Wilson), and "Stringin' Along" (vocals Ray Kellog) in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first and third tracks together as a single (Capitol 331) and, as of 2005, has yet to issue the second and last tracks.
70 Years Ago Today In 1946 - Matt Dennis (on vocals), with Paul Weston and His Orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "So Would I", "I Believe", and "At Sundown" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first and last track together as a single (Capitol 329) but (as of 2005) has yet to issue "I Believe".
1947 - Jack Guthrie (on vocals) and His Oklahomans (Billy Hughes on fiddle; "Porky" Freeman on lead guitar; Lewis Jack Rivers on rhythm guitar; and Cliffie Stone on bass. This lineup is also listed as "with Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra" in later reissues) record the tracks "San Antonio Rose", "I Still Love You As I Did Yesterday", "Ida Red", "For Oklahoma I'm Yearning", and "I Told You Once" between 2:00 am and 4:00 am at Radio Recorders in Hollywood, California. Capitol Records issues "Ida Red" as a single (Capitol Americana 57-40075) with "Next To The Soil" on the flip side. Capitol Records, after drum overdubs are added, will issue "Ida Red" on Guthrie's eponymous album "Jack Guthrie" (T 2456). Bear Family Records will issue all the tracks recorded at both sessions on Guthrie's CD "When The World Has Turned You Down" (BCD 15580).
1948 - Tex Williams (on vocals) and His Western Caravan (lineup unlisted), with Mario Ruiz Armengol conducting, records the track "Life Gits Tee-Jus, Don't It?" in Mexico. Capitol Records issues the track as a single (Capitol 15271) with "Big Hat Polka" on the flip side.
1948 - Gordon MacRae (on vocals) and The Clark Sisters (lineup unlisted) with Carlyle Hall and His Orchestra (lineup also unlisted), record the track "Ramona" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the track as a single (Capitol 15304) with "Do You Ever Think Of me" on the flip side.
1948 - The Starlighters (Vince Degen, Tony Paris, Pauline Byrns, Jerry Duane, and Howard Hudson), with unlisted musicians, record "Season's Greetings, Part 1" and "Season's Greetings, Part 2" in Los Angeles, California. The tracks will be issued as side 1 and side 2 of a Christmas promotional record.
1949 - Blue Lu Barker (on vocals with Earl Barnes on trumpet; Joe Pairs on piano; Danny Barker on guitar; Percy Gabriel on bass; and Paul Barbarin on drums) records the tracks "Boogie is The Thing To Do", "Low Low Down Blues", "Round And Round The Valley", and "That's How I Got My Man" in New Orleans, Louisiana. Capitol Records issues "Round And Round The Valley" as a single (Capitol 977) with "At The Animal Fair" on the flip side. Pathé-Marconi issues the rest of the tracks in France on the album "Here's a Little Girl" (1566301) and on the CD "The Chronological Blue Lu Barker 1946-1949" issued by Classics in France (1130).
1949 - Eddie Kirk (on vocals), with an orchestra (lineup unlisted), "Dear Hearts And Gentle People" and "Careless Kisses" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the tracks together as a single (Capitol 57-40260).
65 Years Ago Today In 1951 - Big Bill Lister (aka Weldon Lister on vocals and guitar, with Jerry Rivers on fiddle, Owen Bradley on piano, Sammy Pruett on electric guitar, Donald Helms on steel guitar, Howard Watts [aka "Cedric Rainwater"] on bass) records the tracks "Double Crossin' Lies", "Ship Of Love", "A Nickel For A Dozen Roses", and "All I Want Is To Here You Say You Love Me" at Castle Studio in Tulane Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records issues the first track as a single (Capitol 2537) with "Every Tear I Cry" on the flip side, the second and last track together as a single (Capitol 1999), and "A Nickle For A Dozen Roses" as a single (Capitol 1909) with "One More Beer (Then I'm Going Home)" on the flip side.
65 Years Ago Today In 1951 - Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (Roy Bargy and Leonard Pennario on Piano but rest lineup unlisted) record Gershwin's "An American In Paris" in four parts in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the tracks for all the parts on Whiteman's album "George Gershwin - An American In Paris- Conducted By Paul Whiteman" (Capitol F15785).
1953 - Yvonne O'Day (on vocals) with unlisted musicians, records the tracks "I Just Want To Be With You", "Snowflakes" (additional vocals by Mary O'Day), and "Does It Hurt You" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first two tracks together as a single (Capitol 2668) and, as of 2005, has yet to issue "Does It Hurt You".
1954 - Billy May and His Orchestra (Conrad Gozzo, John Best, Mannie Klein, and Uan Rasey on trumpet; Murray McEachern, Si Zentner, Tommy Pederson, and Ed Kusby on trombone; Vincent De Rosa on French horn, Clarence Karella on tuba; Skeets Herfurt and Willie Schwartz on alto saxophone; Ted Nash and Fred Falensby on tenor saxophone; Chuck Gentry on baritone saxophone; Jules Kinsler on flute; Arthur Fleming on bassoon; Jules Jacob on oboe; J.A. Krechter on clarinet; Paul Smith on piano; Al Hendrickson on guitar; Joe Mondragon on bass; Alvin Stoller on drums; Ralph Hansell on percussion; and Ann Mason Stockton on harp), with May conducting his own arrangements, record the tracks "In A Persian Market" and "All You Want To Do Is Dance" at Capitol Records' Melrose Avenue studios between 10:00 pm and 1:00 am. Capitol Records issues the tracks on May's album "Sorta-May" (T 562).
1955 - The Smith Brothers (Audrey L. Smith and John O. Smith) with a group of 4 unlisted vocalists) record the tracks "Just A Rose Will Do", "Kneel At The Cross", "Are You A Christian", and "Lost But Not Forgotten" in Nashville, Tennessee, Capitol Records issues the first track as a single (Capitol F3395) with "Heaven Bound" on the flip side, the second and last tracks together as a single (Capitol F3581) and, as of 2005, yet to issue "Are You A Christian".
60 Years Ago Today In 1956 - The King Sisters (vocalists Yvonne, Luise, Marilyn & Alyce King) with Alvino Rey conducting the orchestra (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "Hawaii Is Calling Me", "Hawaiian War Chant (Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai)", and "On The Beach At Waikiki" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on the sisters' album "Aloha" (T 808).
60 Years Ago Today In 1956 - Jerry Reed (on vocals and guitar), with unlisted musicians, records the tracks "I'm Stuck", "It's High Time", "Forever", and I Can't Find The Words" in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records releases "I'm Stuck" on the CD "Capitol Country Music Classics - Rockabilly" (7-99879-2), "It's High Time" and "Forever" together as a single (Capitol F3657). Bear Family Records releases all the tracks on Reed's CD "Here I Am" (BCD 16306) in Germany.
1957 - Les Baxter (on piano and organ) records overdubs for his tracks "I Never Had A Dream Like This Before" and "The Invisible Boy"in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the final versions of the two tracks together as a single (Capitol F3842) as by Les Baxter and His Orchestra.
1957 - Overdubs and applause are recorded for Johnny Otis and His Orchestra's track "Little Arthur's Number" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records has, as of 2005, yet to issue the track.
1957 - Danny Kaye, with Walter Scharf conducting his own arrangements to the orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Playing On The Seesaw", "I Like Old People, Don't You?", "Don't Tickle Me", "The Puddle", and "Crazy Barbara" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on Kaye's album "Mommy, Gimme A Drinka Water!" (T 937).
1958 - The Roger Wagner Chorale and The Capitol Symphony Orchestra (both lineups unlisted), conducted by Roger Wagner with Salli Terri on vocals, records the track "Nobody Know's The Trouble I've Seen" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the track on the chorale's album "Holy,Holy,Holy" (P-8498).
1960 - Dave Pell (on clarinet with Ray Linn on trumpet; Benny Carter on alto saxophone; John Towner Williams on piano; Lyle Ritz on bass; and Frankie Capp on drums) records the tracks "It Feels So Good", "Coquette", "Double Walk" (arranged by John Towner Williams), and "Undecided" (also arranged by John Towner Williams) in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues all the titles on Pell's album "I Remember John Kirby" (T 1687).
1960 - During two sessions held this day in New York City Phil Napoleon (on trumpet with Harry DeVito on trombone; Kenny Davern on clarinet; Johnny Varro on piano; Pete Rogers on bass; and Sonny Igoe on drums), records the tracks "Artificial Flowers", "Tommy, Tommy", and "Picture Of Happiness" at the first session and "Dr. Brock" and "Dear Friends". Capitol Records issues all the tracks on Napoleon's album "Tenderloin Dixieland" (T 1535).
1960 - The Jordanaires (vocalists Hugh Gordon Stoker, Hoyt H. Hawkins, Neal Matthews Jr., Ray Walker), with unlisted musicians, record the tracks "Will the Circle Be Unbroken", "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone", "Jesus Savior Pilot Me", and I'd Rather Have Jesus" in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on The Jordainaires featuring Ray Walker's album "To God Be The Glory" (T 1559).
1960 - During two sessions recorded this day in New York City, New York Phil Napoleon (on trumpet with ) records "Artificial Flowers", "Tommy, Tommy", and "Picture Of Happiness" at the first session and "Dr. Brook" and "Dear Friends" at the second session. Capitol Records issues all the titles on Napoleon's album "Tenderloin Dixieland" (T 1535)
55 Years Ago Today In 1961 - Tommy Sands (on vocals), with The Jordaniares (lineup unlisted) records a remake of the track "Wrong Side Of Love" at Bradley Film and Recording Studios in Nashville, Tennessee. Capitol Records issues the track as a single (Capitol F4660) with "Jimmy's Song" on the flip side.
1962 - George Chakiris (with unlisted musicians) records the tracks "Memories Are Made Of This", "Witchcraft", "Autumn Leaves", "Somewhere In the Night", and "Taste Of Honey" in Los Angeles, California. As of 2005, Capitol Records has yet to issue any of the tracks.
1962 - King Curtis (on tenor saxophone with George Stubbs on pianos, Ernie Hayes on organ, Billy Butler and Cornell Dupree on guitar, Jimmy Lewis on bass, Gary Chester drums, Willie Rodriguez on bongos) records the tracks "Frisky" (without tenor saxophone), "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "Amorosa (Bossa Nova)", "Strollin' Home", and "Mess Around" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records issues the last two tracks together as a single (Capitol 4891). Bear Family Record issues all the tracks on the 3 CD set "The Capitol Years 1962-1965" (BCD 15670).
1962 - June Christy (on vocals with Bill Holman directing his own arrangements to: Conte Candoli, Lee Katzman, Al Porcino, and Ray Triscari on trumpet; Vern Friley, John Halliburton, and Lew McCreary on trombone; Ken Shroyer on bass trombone; Joe Maini and Charlie Kennedy on alto saxophone; Bob Cooper and Bill Perkins on tenor saxophone; Jack Nimitz on baritone saxophone; Jimmy Rowles on piano; Joe Mondragon on bass; and Mel Lewis on drums) records the tracks "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby?", "Night In Tunisia", and "It Don't Mean A Thing" at the Capitol Tower Studios in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on Christy's album "Big Band Specials" (T 1845).
1964 - At three sessions held this day in New York City, New York the original cast for the Broadway musical "Golden Boy", with Elliot Lawrence conducting the Orchestra (linup unlisted) and Chorus (lineup also unlisted), record the tracks "Everything's Great" (with vocals by Kenneth Tobey and Paula Wayne, "Lorna's Here" (vocals by Paula Wayne), and "Golden Boy" (with vocals by Paula Wayne) at the first session, "While The City Sleeps (vocals by Billy Daniels), "This Is The Life" (vocals by Billy Daniels, Sammy Davis, Jr., and the company [lineup unlisted]), and "No More" (vocals by Sammy Davis, Jr. and Company) at the second session and "Workout" (vocals by unlisted Male Chorus), "Stick Around" (vocals by Sammy Davis, Jr.), and "No More" (vocals by Sammy Davis, Jr and the Company) at the third session. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on the original Broadway cast album for "Golden Boy" (VAS 2124).
50 Years Ago Today In 1966 - Lothar and The Hand People (lineup unlisted) record the tracks "Rose-Colored Glasses", "The Music Never Stops", and "L-O-V-E, Ask For It By Name" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records issues the first and last track together as a single (Capitol 5874) and, as of 2005, has yet to issue "The Music Never Stops".
50 Years Ago Today In 1966 - The Magnificent Men (male vocal group with unlisted lineup) record the tracks "Story Weather", "I Wish You Love", "Misty" and "Keep On Climbing" in New York City, New York. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on the group's eponymous album "The Magnificent Men" (ST 2678).
1967 - Fred Neil (on vocals with unlisted musicians) records the tracks "Medley: How Long Blues/Drown In My Own Tears", two tracks with unlisted titles, "Roll On", and "Troubles (Lamp Is Low)" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues "Roll On" on Neil's album "" (ST 2862), "Troubles (Lamp Is Low)" is (as of 2005) unissued, and no issue information is listed for the other tracks. If anyone knows the name of the unlistd two tracks or if any of the other tracks have been issued, please leave a comment.
1967 - Lou Rawls (on vocals), with an orchestra (lineup unlisted), records the tracks "Hang-ups", "I'm Gonna Use What I've Got", and "Lana Lou" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first two tracks on Rawls' album "Feelin' Good" (T 2864) and, as of 2005, has yet to issue "Lana Lou".
1967 - Ned Miller (on vocals), with unlisted musicians, records the tracks "Roller Skates, Red Wagons And Dolls", "Someone Who Cares", "I Can't Pretend No More", and "There Lives A King" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on Miller's album "In The Name Of Love" (ST 2914).
1967 - Bobbie Gentry (on vocals and guitar) records the tracks "Louisiana Man", "Feelin' Good", "Jessye 'Lisabeth", an untitled track, "I Didn't Know", "The Way I Do", "Show Off", and "I Can Tell" in Los Angeles, California for Capitol Records. All the tracks, as of 2005, are unissued.
1967 - The Beach Boys (lineup unlisted) records the tracks "Game Of Love" and "The Letter" in Los Angeles, California. "Game Of Love", as of 2005, is unissued. Capitol Records issues "The Letter" on the band's album "Beach Boys Rarities" (ST-12293).
1967 - Quicksilver Messenger Service (lineup unlisted) records the tracks "The Fool" and "It's Been Too Long" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues both tracks on the group's eponymous album "Quicksilver Messenger Service" (ST 2904).
1967 - At two sessions held this day in Nashville, Tennessee Sonny James (on vocals), with unlisted session musicians, records the tracks "A Thousand Times A Day", "Today Will Be My Day To Live", and "People-lution" during the first session and "A Midnight Moon", "I've Been Keepin' Busy With The Blues", and "Walkin' With The Blues" during the second session. Capitol Records issues all the tracks, except "A Midnight Moon" on James' album "World Of Our Own" (ST 2884) and issues "A Midnight Moon" as a single (Capitol 2884) with "What A Shame" on the flip side.
1968 - At two sessions held this day in Los Angeles, California Kelly Gordon records the tracks "That's Life" and "Teeny Boppin' Child" at the first session and "Games People Play" at the second session. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on Gordon's album "Defunked" (ST-201).
45 Years Ago Today In 1971 - The Persuasions (vocalists Jerry Lawson, Joseph Russell, Jay Otis Washington, Jimmy Hayes, and Herbert Rhoad), with unknown musicians, record the track "Buffalo Soldier" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the track as a single (Capitol 3317) with "People Get Ready" on the flipside.
1972 - Overdubs are recorded for Glen Campbell's tracks "I Believe In Christmas", "New Snow On The Roof, and "On This Road" in Los Angeles, California, Capitol Records issues the first two tracks together as a single (Capitol 3509) and "On This Road" as a single (Capitol 3548) with "I Knew Jesus (Before He Was A Star)" on the flip side.
1973 - Ronnie Rice records the tracks "Love, Sweet Love" and "Sweet Southern Soul" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the tracks together as a single (Capitol 3902).
1974 - Supersax (Conte Candoli on trumpet; Med Flory and Joe Lopes on alto saxophone; Warne Marsh and Jay Migliori on tenor saxophone; Jack Nimitz on baritone saxophone; Lou Levy on piano; Buddy Clark on bass; Jack Hanna on drums; and 19 unlisted players on strings) record the tracks "April In Paris" and "My Old Flame" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues both tracks on the group's album "Supersax Plays Bird With Strings" (ST-11371).
1974 - Barbara Acklin (on vocals), with an orchestra (lineup unlisted) using James L. Mack's arrangements, records the tracks "You Gave Him Everything, But I Gave Him Love" and "How Can You Lose Something You Never Had" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the first track as a single (Capitol 4013) with "Special Loving" on the flip side and the second track on Acklin's album "A Place In The Sun" (ST-11377).
1974 - Capitol Records registers the masters it purchased for Corey Blake's tracks "This Time With Feelin'", "How Can I Go Without You", "Keep On Blowing My Mind", and "Your Love is Like A Boomerang" and will issue "How Can I Go Without You" and "Your Love is Like A Boomerang" together as a single (Capitol 4057) and has (of 2005) yet to issue "Keep On Blowing My Mind". There is no issue information listed for "This Time With Feelin'" so if anyone knows if this track has been issued, please leave a comment.
1974 - John Lennon ends sessions at the Record Plant East in New York City for tracks for his Apple Records album "Rock And Roll" that will be distributed by Capitol Records in the United States
1975 - Sammy Hagar (on vocals and guitar), with unlisted musicians, records the unissued (as of 2005) track "Thinking Of You" in Sausalito, California for Capitol Records.
40 Years Ago Today In 1976 - Capitol Records registers the masters for Unicorn (lineup unlisted)'s tracks "Give And Take", "One More Tomorrow", "The Night", "Get Along Fine", "Nothing I Wouldn't Do", "So Hard To Get Through", "Eric", "British Rail Romance", "Magnolia Avenue", "I'm Alright (When I'm With You)", and "The Way It Goes" which were recorded in England. Capitol Records issues all the tracks, except "Give And Take", "Get Along Fine" and "Nothing I Wouldn't Do" on the band's album "One More Tomorrow" (ST-11692). itsaboutmusic.com issued "Give And Take" as a bonus track when it re-issued the album on CD (no product number, on demand online ordering only) and the other two tracks have, as of 2005, yet to be issued.
40 Years Ago Today In 1976 - During three sessions held this day in Los Angeles, Ethos (lineup unlisted) records the tracks "Pimp City" and "Start Anew" at the first session, "The Players (Of The Game)", "Marathon II", and "Sedona" at the second session, and "Memories", "Close Your Eyes" and "U.V. Melody" at the third session. Capitol Records issues all the tracks on the band's album "Open Up" (ST-11616).
1979 - Amy Holland records the track "How Do I Survive" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the track as a single (Capitol 4884) with "Don't Kid Yourself" on the flip side.
1980 - Virgil Keel Fox, classical organist and Capitol Records artist (contracted to record six albums in 1960) dies of cancer at age 68 in Palm Beach, Florida, where there will later be a funeral at his home, Casa Lagomar. Another funeral will be held on November 9, 1980 at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. Fox will be buried at Pioneer Cemetery in Dover, Bureau County, Illinois.
1982 - The Deserters (lineup unlisted) record the track "Siberia" in Los Angeles, California. Capitol Records issues the track on the group's album "Siberian Nightlife" (ST-12257).
1994 - Capitol Records releases Bob Seger's compilation album "Greatest Hits"
2000 - Garth Brooks announces that he'll retire after releasing his next album
15 Years Ago Today In 2001 - Anita Carter (on vocals), with Richard Bennett on guitar, record overdubs for Carter's tracks "Where Is The Start Of Lonely", "Tulsa County", "Angel's Heaven", "Loving Him Was Easier", "I'd Rather Be Sorry", "Until It's Time For You To Go", "Summer Sand" and "A Whole Lotta Lovin'" at Rock Audio in Brentwood, Tennessee which were originally recorded for Capitol Records on August 16, 1970 at Jack Clement Recording Studio in Nashville. Bear Family Records issues the final versions of the tracks on Carter's 7 CD box set "Appalachian Angel 1950-72 and 1996" (BCD 16414) in Germany.
2005 - Capitol Records Nashville releases Merle Haggard's album "Chicago Wind"

ON THIS DAY NOT QUITE IN CAPITOL RECORDS HISTORY
1982 - Kim Wilde (on vocals), with unlisted musicians, records the tracks "Ego", "Words Fell Down", "Action City", "View From A Bridge", "Just A Feeling", "Chaos At The Airport", "Take Me Tonight", "Can You Come Over", "Wendy Sadd", "Cambodia" and "Cambodia (Reprise). EMI America issues "View From A Bridge" and "Cambodia" on Wilde's album "Catch As Catch Can" (ST-17090). EMI in England releases those two tracks and "Take Me Tonight" on Wilde's CD "The Very Best Of Kim Wilde" (7-48023-2). There is no issuing information for the other tracks.

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