Al Stewart – Pandora

Pandora appears on the “studio” side of the album Indian Summer, released in 1981 by Al Stewart. The album was originally released as a double, with side 1 featuring studio tracks and the other three sides with live tracks recorded at The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles. The lineup on this recording is Al Stewart guitars, vocals & synthesizer, Peter White keyboards & guitars, Adam Yurman guitars & vocals, Robert Alpert keyboards, Bryan Savage saxophones & flute, Krysia Kristianne keyboards & vocals, Robin Lamble bass, acoustic guitar, percussion & vocals, Harry Stinson drums & vocals.


King Crimson – Cat Food

Cat Food appears on the album In The Wake Of Poseidon, released by King Crimson in 1970, their second studio album. An edited version of this song was also released as a single. The lineup on this track is Robert Fripp guitar, Greg Lake vocals, Keith Tippett piano, Peter Giles bass, Michael Giles drums.

Yes – Yours Is No Disgrace

Yours Is No Disgrace opens the album The Yes Album, released by Yes in 1971, their third studio album. This was also the first album to feature Steve Howe on guitar, replacing the band’s original guitarist Pete Banks. The full lineup on this recording is Jon Anderson vocals & percussion, Steve Howe guitars & vocals, Tony Kaye keyboards, Chris Squire bass & vocals, Bill Bruford drums & percussion.

The Move – Brontosaurus

Brontosaurus appears on Looking On, released in 1970 by The Move, their third album. The song, written by Roy Wood, was also released as a single, reaching the top ten in the UK charts. The lineup on this recording is Roy Wood guitars, vocals, bass, oboe, sitar, cello & saxophones, Jeff Lynne guitar, vocals, piano, percussion & drums, Rick Price bass, Bev Bevan drums & percussion plus P.P. Arnold & Doris Troy backing vocals.

Stevie Wonder – Contusion

Contusion appears on the album Songs In The Key Of Life, released in 1976 by Stevie Wonder, his eighteenth album. Playing on the selected track are Mike Sembello lead guitar, Ben Bridges rhythm guitar, Greg Phillinganes keyboard, Nathan Watts bass, Raymond Pounds drums, Stevie Wonder all other instruments, Michael Gray, Josie James, Shirley Brewer, Artece May vocals.

Steely Dan – My Old School

My Old School is featured on the album Countdown To Ecstasy, released in 1973 by Steely Dan, their second studio album. The song, written by Donald Fagen & Walter Becker, was also released as a single, reaching No.63 in the US charts. The lineup on this track is Donald Fagen piano & vocals, Jeff Baxter guitar, Denny Dias guitar, Walter Becker bass, Jim Hodder drums & percussion, Ernie Watts, Johnny Rotella, Lanny Morgan, Bill Perkins saxophone, Sherlie Matthews, Myrna Matthews, Royce Jones backing vocals.

Alice Cooper – No More Mr. Nice Guy

No More Mr. Nice Guy appears on the album Billion Dollar Babies, released in 1973 by Alice Cooper, their sixth studio album. The song, written by Alice Cooper & Michael Bruce, was also released as a single, reaching No.10 in the UK and No.25 in the US charts, with the album reaching No.1 in both countries. The lineup on this recording is Alice Cooper vocals & harmonica, Glen Buxton guitar, Steve Hunter guitar, Dick Wagner guitar, Mick Mashbir guitar, Michael Bruce guitar, keyboards & vocals, Bob Dolin keyboards, Dennis Dunaway bass & vocals, Neal Smith drums & vocals, David Libert backing vocals, plus guest musician Donovan vocals.