July 1, 1957 : JOHNNY CASH is in the Sun Studio in Memphis with the
Tennessee Two (Luther Perkins and Marshall Grant). They cut "Home Of
the Blues" and "Give My Love To Rose" for release on Sun 279 (August 10).
The A-side will peak at # 88 in the Billboard pop charts and # 3 on the
country charts. "Give My Love To Rose" is also a country hit (# 13).
Produced by Sam Phillips and Jack Clement.

July 1, 1957 : JIMMY BOWEN records at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis,
New Mexico. Two tracks come out of this session : "Don't Tell Me Your
Troubles" (Roulette 4017, last week of July) and "Cross Over" (Roulette
4023, September).
Backing by : Donny Lanier (guitar) ; Unknown (bass) ; Dave Alldred
(drums) ; probably Vi Petty (piano) ; Unknown (chorus).
Produced by Norman Pettty.

July 2, 1957 : ROY MILTON is under contract to King Records at this time.
In Cincinnati he records a cover version of the Huey Smith hit "Rockin'
Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu" (King 5069, third week of July),
along with "Jeep's Blues"/"A Brandnew Thrill" (King 5074, September)
and a remake of his big 1945 hit "R.M. Blues" (King 5663, August 1962,
coupled with a reissue of "Jeep's Blues"). The female voice on "Rockin'
Pneumonia" is that of Mickie Champion.

July 5, 1957 : VERNON TAYLOR makes his debut as a recording artist,
in Nashville. All four songs from the session will be released, on two
singles : "I've Got the Blues"/"Losing Game" (Dot 15632, August 15) and
"Satisfaction Guaranteed"/"Why Must You Leave Me" (Dot 15697, January 20
Personnel : Vernon Taylor (vocals / guitar) ; Hank Garland (guitar) ;
Roy Husky (bass) ; Floyd Cramer (piano) ; Charlie McCoy (vibes) ;
Buddy Harman (drums) ; The Jordanaires (vocal group).
Produced by Mac Wiseman.

July 9, 1957 : With four country hits to his credit (but no pop success
yet), JOHNNY HORTON pays another visit to Bradley Film & Recording
Studio on 804 16th Avenue South in Nashville. The four tracks from this
evening session (18:00-21:00) will be used for his next two singles :
"Let's Take the Long Way Home"/"I'll Do It Everytime" (Columbia 40986,
August) and "You're My Baby"/"Lover's Rock" (Columbia 41043, November).
Personnel : Johnny Horton (vocals / guitar) ; Grady Martin, Johnny
Mathis, Tommy Tomlinson (guitars) ; Lightnin' Chance (bass) ; Buddy
Harman (drums).
Arranged by Grady Martin, produced by Don Law.

July 9, 1957 : Freshly signed to Federal Records, TINY TOPSY has her
debut session for the label. "Aw ! Shucks Baby"/"Miss You So" is chosen
as her first single (Federal 12302, late July). The third track from
this session, "A Woman's Intuition" will have to wait until 1988 for
inclusion on the Tiny Topsy LP "Aw ! Shucks Baby" (Sing 1161).
Backing by : Ray Felder (tenor sax) ; John Faire (guitar) ; Edwyn Conley
(bass) ; Edison Gore (drums) ; Unknown (vocal group).
Location : King Studio, Cincinnati.

July 9 - 10, 1957 : BOBBY HELMS spends two days at Bradley Studio with
the Nashville A-team and producer Paul Cohen. "My Special Angel" will
give him his second # 1 on the country charts and also goes Top 10 pop
(Decca 30423, August, b/w "Standing At the End Of My World" from the
July 19 - 20 session). Some other recorded songs will appear on several
EP's, "Sugar Moon" (Decca ED 2555), "The Magic Song" and "Plaything"
(Decca ED 2586) and "Faraway Heart"(Decca ED 3880), while "Most Of the
Time" and "(Now And Then) There's A Fool Such As I" end up on the album
"My Special Angel" (Decca LP DL 8638, 1957) and "(I'm Leaving Now) Long
Gone Daddy" sees a belated release on the album "Pop-A-Billy" (MCA LP
1557, 1983).     
Personnel : Hank Garland, Grady Martin, Ray Edenton or Harold Bradley 
(guitars) ; Bob Moore (bass) ; Owen Bradley (piano) ; Buddy Harman
(drums) ; The Anita Kerr Singers (vocal group).

Thursday, July 11, 1957 : RUSTY AND DOUG have a recording session at
RCA Victor Studio B in Nashville. "Love Me To Pieces" and "I Never Had
The Blues" are released on their next single (Hickory 1068, August),
and a deal is made with the Van Hoogten brothers for a quick release in
Belgium (Moonglow 5057, September). The other recorded  tracks "Dream
Queen" and "Take My Love" will be used for a follow-up single (Hickory
1072, November).
Musicians : Rusty and Doug Kershaw (vocals) ; Chet Atkins, Hank Garland,
Ray Edenton (guitars) ; Ernie Newton (bass) ; Floyd Cramer (piano) ;
Buddy Harman (drums) ; The Jordanaires (vocal group).
Produced by Wesley Rose.

July 11, 1957 : LARRY BIRDSONG waxes material for two singles : "If
You Don't Want Me No More"/"I'm Pleading Just For You" (Vee-Jay 254,
August) and "Time Will"/"My Darling" (Vee-Jay 262, December).
Although three of the four tracks have been included on an Upsetters
CD, the backing is not by the Upsetters, but by Cosimo Matassa's studio
band : Lee Allen (tenor sax) ; Red Tyler (baritone sax) ; Edward Frank
(piano) ; Earl King (guitar) ; Frank Fields (bass) ; Charles 'Hungry'
Williams (drums). Location : Cosimo's Recording Studio, New Orleans.

July 12, 1957 : BUDDY HOLLY and the Crickets record their versions
of "Send Me Some Lovin'" (Little Richard) and "It's Too Late" (Chuck
Willis) at Norman Petty's studio in Clovis. The tracks will be included
on their first LP "The Chirping Crickets" (Brunswick BL 54038, November). 
Personnel : Buddy Holly (vocals / acoustic guitar) ; Joe B. Mauldin
(string bass) ; Jerry Allison (drums); The Picks (vocal overdubs,
October 1957).
Produced by Norman Petty.

July 12, 1957 : CARL SMITH records "Why Why" and "Emotions" at Bradley
Studio in Nashville. The tracks will be released on his next single
(Columbia 40984, August).
Personnel : Carl Smith (vocals / guitar) ; Hank Garland and Grady Martin
(guitars) ; Lightnin' Chance (bass) ; Buddy Harman (drums) ; Marvin
Hughes (piano) ; The Jordanaires (vocal chorus).
Produced by Don Law.

July 12, 14-16, 1957 : JUSTIN TUBB even spends several days at Bradley
Studio in Nashville to record the twelve tracks for his forthcoming LP
"Country Boy In Love" (Decca DL 8644, November). On the 12th he cuts
"I Saw Your Face In the Moon" and "Someday You'll Want Me To Want You"
(as well as the single "If You'll Be My Love", Decca 30408, August).
On the 14th : "Try Me One More Time", "I'd Trade All My Tomorrows"
and "Silver Dew On the Bluegrass". On the 15th : "Bonaparte's Retreat",
"There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight" and "Gone And Left Me Blues".
Finally on the 16th : "My Mary", "Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall", 
"I Gotta Have My Baby Back" and "Hang Your Head In Shame".
Personnel : Grady Martin or Hank Garland (guitar) ; Harold Bradley
(guitar) ; Buddy Emmons (steel guitar) ; Bob Moore (bass) ; Owen
Bradley (piano) ; poss. Jerry Rivers (fiddle) ; Buddy Harman (drums) ;
The Anita Kerr Singers (vocal chorus).
Produced by Paul Cohen.

July 12, 1957 : First solo session by JACKIE WILSON, at the Pythian Temple
(Decca Recording Studio) in New York City. "Reet Petite (The Finest Girl 
You Ever Want To Meet)"/"By the Light of the Silvery Moon" is released in
the first week of September on Brunswick 55024. In the USA it is only a
modest hit (# 62), but in the UK it reaches # 6. "It’s So Fine" will be 
included on Jackie’s first LP, "He’s So Fine" (Brunswick BL 54042) in 
March 1958 and "Hush-A-Bye" on his second album, "Lonely Teardrops"
(Brunswick BL 54045) in February 1959.
Orchestra directed by Dick Jacobs.

July 14, 1957 : GARY TOLLETT (aka Gary Dale) waxes "Honey Honey" and
"Look To the Future" at the Nor Va Jak studio in Clovis, New Mexico.
"Honey Honey" is first released on the Rollercoaster EP "Go Boy Go" (RCEP
125) in September 1998 and is also included on the superb CD "West Texas
Bop" (Ace CDCHD 699) in 1999. "Look To the Future" is only available
on the bootleg 4-CD Vigotone Buddy Holly box-set ("What You've Been
A-Missing", 1999). There may have been some involvement of Niki Sullivan
(producer?), who wrote "Look To the Future".
Musicians : Gary Tollett (vocals / acoustic guitar) ; Buddy Holly (lead
guitar) ; Joe B. Mauldin or George Atwood (bass) ; Jerry Allison (drums) ;
Ramona Tollett (backing vocal). Additional backing vocals by the Picks
are overdubbed in mid-August.

July 15, 1957 : DAVE BARTHOLOMEW waxes "Barrel House" in New Orleans,
for release on Imperial 5460 in August. The song has nothing to do with
the Domino-Bartholomew composition "Barrel House" (an instrumental) that
Fats Domino recorded in 1953. This is a vocal recording by Dave.
Personnel : Dave Bartholomew (vocals / trumpet) ; Clarence Hall, Herb
Hardesty, Lee Allen (tenor saxes) ; Edward Frank (piano) ; Justin Adams
(guitar) ; Frank Fields (bass) ; Charles 'Hungry' Williams (drums). 

July 15, 1957 : RIC CARTEY does his final session for RCA Victor, at their
studio in Nashville. "Mellow Down Easy"/"My Babe" is released in August on
RCA 7011. The third track, "Crying Goodbye", will eventually be released
in 1983 by Bear Family, on the Various artists LP "Rockin' Rollin' High
School, Vol. 3" (BFX 15111).
Personnel : Ric Cartey (vocals / guitar) ; Jack Eubanks and Jerry Reed
(guitars) ; Lightnin' Chance (bass) ; Ray Ragsdale (Ray Stevens) (piano) ;
Jeff Richards (drums). Produced by Chet Atkins.

July 15, 1957 : BILL HALEY and his Comets re-record "Rock the Joint"
(originally waxed for Essex in 1952) for release on Decca 30461 (October).
The flip is "How Many", also from this session. "Move It On Over" is a
track for the LP "Rock the Joint" (Decca DL 8775, August 1958).
Personnel : Bill Haley (vocals / rhythm guitar) ; Franny Beecher (lead
guitar) ; Billy Williamson (steel guitar) ; Rudy Pompilli (tenor sax) ;
Johnny Grande (piano) ; Al Rex (double bass) ; Ralph Jones (drums).
Produced by Milt Gabler at the Pythian Temple in New York City.

July 15, 1957 : Sax man PLAS JOHNSON records his first single for Capitol :
"The Big Twist"/"Come Rain Or Come Shine" (Capitol 3773, August). Two other 
numbers, "Walkin’ By the River" and "Come Back Where You Belong" stay in 
the vaults.
Credited to "Plas Johnson, his saxophone and orchestra".
Produced by Tom Morgan in Los Angeles.

July 17, 1957 : WYNONIE HARRIS records his new single in New York
City : "A Tale Of Woe"/"There's No Substitute For Love" (King 5073,
late August). It will be four years before he records again.
Personnel : Hal Singer (tenor sax) ; Leslie Johnakins (baritone sax) ; 
Kelly Owens (piano) ; Leo Spann (guitar) ; Carl Pruitt (bass) : Calvin
Shields (drums).

July 17, 1957 : MICKEY AND SYLVIA also cut their next single in New
York City on this day : "Love Is A Treasure"/"Let's Have A Picnic"
(Vik 0290, August). Two other songs, "I'm Working At the Five And Dime"
and "Loving You Darling" stay on the shelf until 1990, when Bear Family
releases the double CD "Love Is Strange" (BCD 15438), which also
includes the previously unreleased "I Gotta Be Home By Ten", recorded
on July 12.
Personnel unknown, apart from Mickey Baker and Sylvia Vanderpool on
vocals / guitars.

July 18, 1957 : THE YORK BROTHERS (Leslie and George) cut the single
"Everybody's Tryin' To Be My Baby"/"I Want My Baby Back" (Decca 30473,
October). Location : Bradley Studio, Nashville. Personnel unknown.
Probably produced by Owen Bradley.

Friday, July 19, 1957 is the recording date of the WARNER MACK single
"Roc-A-Chicka"/"Since I Lost You" (Decca 30471, October).
Personnel : Harold Bradley, Hank Garland, Grady Martin (guitars) ; Bob
Moore (bass) ; Owen Bradley (piano) ; Farris Coursey (drums) ; The Anita
Kerr Singers (vocal chorus).
Produced by Paul Cohen at Bradley Studio in Nashville.

July 19, 1957 : DON AND DEWEY do a three-track session at Master
Recorders in Hollywood. The original version of "Leavin' It All Up To
You" (a # 1 hit for Dale and Grace in 1963) is coupled with "Jelly Bean"
for release on Specialty 610 in October. The third track, "Good Morning",
stays in the can until 1985, when it is issued on the LP "Bim Bam!" (Ace
CH 151, UK).
Personnel : Don Harris, Dewey Terry (vocals / guitar) ; Rene Hall (piano
or guitar, arranger) ; Ted Brinson (bass) ; Earl Palmer (drums).
Produced by Art Rupe.

July 19 - 20, 1957 : BOBBY HELMS spends another two days at Bradley
Studio. "Standing At the End Of My World" becomes the flipside of the
earlier recorded "My Special Angel", "No Other Baby" will be used for a
future single (Decca 30928) and the remaining tracks find their ways on
several EP's : "If I Only Knew" and "My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You"
(Decca ED 2555), "Tonight's The Night" (Decca ED 2586).
Personnel : Hank Garland, Grady Martin, Ray Edenton or Harold Bradley 
(guitars) ; Bob Moore (bass) ; Owen Bradley (piano) ; Buddy Harman
(drums) ; The Anita Kerr Singers (vocal group).

July 20, 1957 : The NORMAN PETTY TRIO records an instrumental version
of Petty's composition "Moondreams" (which will be recorded by Buddy Holly
in October 1958). It is released on Columbia 41039 in October. The reverse,
"Toy Boy", is laid down on July 22. "Moondreams" will be overdubbed with 
vocals by the Picks in December and this version is released in January
1958 on Columbia 41096, this time coupled with "Look To the Future" (see
also July 14). Label credit goes to The Picks.
Personnel : Norman Petty (organ) ; Buddy Holly (guitar) ; Vi Petty
(piano) ; George Atwood (string bass) ; Mike Mitchell (percussion). 
Location : Nor Va Jak studio, Clovis, New Mexico.

July 22, 1957 : MARTY ROBBINS continues to record at New York City's
Columbia Studio on 7th Avenue. "The Story Of My Life"/"Once A Week Date"
will be another # 1 country hit for him (Columbia 41013, September 30).
"She Was Only Seventeen (He Was One Year More)" (Columbia 41208, July
1958) also sells well.
Personnel : Al Caiola, Billy Mure, Danny Perri (guitars) ; Frank Carroll
(bass) ; Andrew Ackers (piano) ; Ed Shaughnessy (drums).
Arranged and conducted by Ray Conniff, produced by Mitch Miller.

July 22, 1957 : MALCOLM YELVINGTON is at the Sun studio in Memphis.
The three tracks from this session will stay on the shelf for several
decades. "First And Last Love" and "Mr. Blues" are first issued on the
Various artists  LP "Rockin' Rollin' Country Style" (Sun LP 1030, UK)
in 1985. "Did I Ask You To Stay" is included on the 10-LP set "Sun
Records : The Country Years, 1950-1959" (Bear Family BFX 15211) in 1986.
Alternate versions of "Mr. Blues" and "Did I Ask You To Stay" will appear
on Malcolm's "It's Me Baby : The Sun Years, Plus" CD (Bear Family BCD
16757) in 2006.
Personnel : Malcolm Yelvington (vocals / guitar) ; Bubba Winn (guitar) ;
poss. Stan Kesler (bass) ; Frank Tolley (piano) ; poss. Jimmy Van Eaton
(drums). Produced by Bill Justis.

July 23, 1957 : SKEETS McDONALD records his next two singles at the 
Capitol Tower in Hollywood : "Fingertips"/"Bless Your Little Ol' Heart"
(Capitol 3778, August) and "I'm Hurtin'"/"Love Wind" (Capitol 3833,
Personnel : Joe Maphis (guitar) ; Speedy West (steel guitar) ; Cliffie
Stone (bass) ; Billy Liebert (piano) ; Jelly Sanders (fiddle) ; Muddy
Berry (drums). Produced by Ken Nelson.

July 24, 1957 : THE COASTERS, who are still a West Coast group in mid-1957,
have their only-ever session in Chicago, at Sheldon Recording Studio in the
Chess building. Carl Gardner takes the lead for "Idol With the Golden Head",
which will become their next single (Atco 6098, August). The B-side of this
45 is "My Baby Comes To Me", with Billy Guy as the lead vocalist. Guy also
leads on the third track from this session, "What Is the Secret Of Your
Success" (Atco 6104, November).
Personnel : Carl Gardner, Billy Guy, Leon Hughes, Bobby Nunn (vocals) ;
Mike Stoller (piano, arranger) ; Adolph Jacobs, Floyd McDaniel (guitars) ;
Willie Dixon or Louis Myers (bass) ; Fred Below (drums).
Produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.

July 24, 1957 : SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS waxes five tracks for his LP
"At Home With Screamin' Jay Hawkins" (Epic LN 3448, April 1958) : "Deep
Purple", "I Love Paris", "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", "Temptation" and
"Ol' Man River". Location : Columbia Recording Studio, New York City.
Personnel : Billy Bauer (guitar) ; Jack Lesberg (bass) ; Bernie Leighton
(harpsichord) ; Romeo Penque (sax) ; Warren Covington, Thomas Mitchell,
Chauncey Welsch (trombones) ; Cliff Leeman (drums) ; Dominic Cortese
(accordion on "I Love Paris") ; The Ray Charles Singers (vocal chorus);
Unknown (organ on "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot").
Arranged by Owen B. Masingill. Produced by Arnold Maxim. 

Thursday, July 25, 1957 : BILLY LAMONT records four tracks in New York
City. Two of them are released on a single : "I Got A Rock 'n' Roll Gal"/
I'm So Sorry" (Savoy 1522, October). The two others, "Uncle John Been
Goofin'" and "Is You Is" remain unissued until now.
Personnel : Bob McCain (tenor sax) ; Budd Johnson (baritone sax) ; Buster
Cooper (trombone) ; Sam Price (piano) ; Kenny Burrell (guitar) ; Leonard
Gaskin (bass) ; Bobby Donaldson (drums). Arranged by A.K. Salim.

July 26, 1957 : Four-track session for WYNN STEWART at the Capitol Tower
in Hollywood. "I Wish I Could Say the Same"/"A Night To Remember" sees a
release on Capitol 3803 in September, while "No Tomorrow" and "Is Love Out
Of Style" are left in the can, until Bear Family issues the 10-CD box
"Wishful Thinking" (BCD 15886) in 2000.
Accompaniment by : Bob Bain, Buck Owens (guitars) ; Roland Bundock (steel
guitar) ; Pee Wee Adams (bass) ; Merrill Moore (piano) ; Roy Harte (drums).
Produced by Ken Nelson.

July 26, 1957 : Afters six years with Atlantic, THE CLOVERS record their
final two singles for the label (in the 1950s at least) : "Down In the
Alley"/ "There's No Tomorrow" (Atlantic 1152, September) and "Wishing For
Your Love"/"All About You" (Atlantic 1175, February 1958). "Down In the
Alley" was first recorded by the group in December 1953 ; this is a
re-recording. The song "There's No Tomorrow" is better known under the
titles "O Sole Mio" or "It's Now Or Never". Location : New York City. 

July 26-27, 1957 : LOUIS PRIMA is at Harrah's Club at Lake Tahoe in
California, with Sam Butera and the Witnesses. This results in the live
LP "The Wildest Show At Tahoe" (Capitol T 908, November). 
Tracks recorded : "I Got A Right To Sing the Blues"*, "Angelina / Zooma
Zooma" (Medley), "A Foggy Day"*, "Don't Worry 'Bout Me / I'm In the
Mood For Love"**, "Come Back To Sorrento", "How High the Moon", "On the 
Sunny Side Of the Street / Exactly Like You", "Robin Hood / Oh Babe".
Personnel : Louis Prima (vocals / trumpet) ; Keely Smith (vocals on *,
duet vocals on **) ; Sam Butera (vocals / saxophone) ; Jack Marshall
(guitar) ; Tony Liuzza (bass) ; Willie McCumber (piano) ; Jimmy "Little
Red" Blount (trombone) ; Bobby Morris (drums).

July 1957, unknown date : RAY CAMPI cuts his only single for Dot Records :
"It Ain't Me"/"Give That Love To Me" (Dot 15617, July 26). The location
is Sellers Studio in Dallas, Texas.
Musicians : Ray Campi (vocals / rhythm guitar) ; Johnny Maddox (electric
guitar) ; Henry Hill (bass) ; Harvey Campi (bongos) ; Bobby Reed (piano) ;
'Doc' Shyrock (fingersnaps).

July 1957, unknown date : BOBBY DAY and the Satellites cut the original
version of "Little Bitty Pretty One" at Master Recorders in Hollywood,
along with "When the Swallows Come Back To Capistrano" (the intended
A-side). Released on Class 211 in August. The Satellites (probably Earl
Nelson, David Ford, Curtis Williams and Clyde Tillis) are in fact the
Hollywood Flames singing incognito because they are under contract to
Ebb Records at this time. Produced by Leon Rene.

July 1957, unknown date : WERLY FAIRBURN's last session for Savoy results
in the single "Telephone Baby"/"No Blues Tomorrow" (Savoy 1521, September).
Musicians : Werly Fairburn (vocals / guitar) ; Unknown (lead guitar) ;
poss. Joe Martin (bass) ; Unknown (piano) ; poss. Eddie Landers (drums).
Location : Cosimo's Recording Studio, New Orleans.

July 1957, unknown date : ROSCO GORDON cuts the single "Sally Jo"/"Torro"
(Sun 305, September 1958) at the Sun studio in Memphis. "Torro" may be
the strangest Sun record ever released. It is the creation of Gordon's
guitarist Freddie Tavares, who also takes care of the vocal (in Spanish).
Personnel : Rosco Gordon (vocals on "Sally Jo") ; Willie Wilkes (sax) ;
Billy "Red" Love (piano) ; Kenny Banks (bass) ; Freddie Tavares (vocals
on "Torro" / guitar) ; Murry Daley (drums).
Produced by Sam Phillips.

July 1957, unknown date : In New York City, DON LANIER waxes the single
"Private Property"/"Pony Tail Girl" (Roulette 4021, September), backed
by the Rhythm Orchids.
Personnel : Don Lanier (vocals / guitar) ; George Barnes (guitar) ;
Unknown (bass) ; Dave Alldred (drums).

(Probably) July 1957, unknown date : JERRY LEE LEWIS records three
tracks at the Sun studio in Memphis : "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee"
(the first version and by far the best), "Honey Hush" and "Singing the
Blues". All three will remain unissued until the release of the album
"Monsters" (Sun LP 124) in 1971 (tracks 3, 4 and 5 on side 2).
Personnel : Jerry Lee Lewis (vocals / piano) ; Roland Janes (guitar) ;
Jay W. Brown or Billy Riley (bass) ; Jimmy Van Eaton (drums).
Produced by Sam Phillips and Jack Clement. 

(Probably) July 1957, unknown date : BOB LUMAN and his backing group,
the  Shadows, record three tracks for the movie "Carnival Rock" (general
release September 1957) : "This Is the Night", "The Creep" (instrumental)
and a new version of "All Night Long". They are first issued on the Bear
Family LP "Carnival Rock" (BFX 15345) in 1988.
Personnel : Bob Luman (vocals / guitar) ; James Burton (guitar) ; James
Kirkland (bass) ; Butch White (drums) ; Unidentified (piano).
Location unknown, probably Hollywood.

July 1957, unknown date : THE MOONGLOWS record two tracks during this
month, "Barcelona Rock"and "Confess It To Your Heart". The latter is issued
on Chess 1669 in September. Strangely, "Barcelona Rock" has never been
commercially  released, though the group lip synched to it in the movie
"Mr. Rock And Roll", complete with sombreros.

With thanks to Steve Walker, Mike Thompson and Henk Gorter.

Additions and corrections welcome.

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