Friday, 7 July 2017
'Tumbling dice', 1st April 1972; the 'Candy man', 15 April 1972.
Janis Joplin, ; Procol Harum's Live in concert, 13 May 1972.
Raspberries, 13 May 1972; Donny Osmond's Puppy love', 27 May 1972.
13 May 1972 - a raspberry perfumed sticker adhered to the cover. They're a Canadian based group that has a sound which will probably draw parallels to that of the Bee Gees. They are buoyantly engaging and appealing romping through their repertoire. 'Don't want to say goodbye'.
Bill Withers' 'Lean on me', 27 May 1972.
Wings' Mary had a little lamb, 27 May 1972.
Archie Bunker, 27 May 1972.
Raspberries' 1st album, 1st July 1972. On the 13 May 1972 issue, Billboard wrote; the first Raspberryes album had a perfumed-sticker adhered to the cover that exuded a strong raspberry-smell that usually took over record-bars environment. They're a Canadian based group that has a sound which will probably draw parallels to that of the Bee Gees. They are buoyantly engaging and appealing romping through their repertoire. 'Don't want to say goodbye'.
Leon Russell's 'Carney', 11 July 1972. It featured 'Tight rope', Russell's best recording ever...
Elton John's latest album: 'Honky Chateau', 15 July 1972.
'Brandy', 'Long cool woman in a black dress', 'Hold your head up', 15 July 1972.
Curtis Mayfield's 'Freddie's dead', 9 September 1972.
Mac Davis' 'Baby, don't get hooked on me', 16 September 1972.
David Bowie on tour, 23 September 1972.
Danny O'Feefe's 'Good time Charlie's got the blues', 23 September 1972.
Grand Funk 1972 tour; 7 October 1972.
Al Green's 'I'm still in love with you', produced by Willie Mitchell, 10 October 1972.
Singles, 7 October 1972; Albums, 25 October 1972.
Ricky Springfield's 'Speak to the sky', 19 October 1972.
'All in the Family' comedy-album; Neil Young's 'A journey through the past, 25 November 1972.
Raspberries' 2nd album; Helen Reddy's revolutionary 'I'm woman', 25 November 1972.
Carly Simon recorded 'No secrets' in London. Mick Jagger shared the refrain with her in 'You're so vain'. 9 December 1972.
Carly Simon's 'No secrets', 9 December 1972.
Leon Russell, 9 December 1972.
'All in the family' comedy-album, December 1972.