This is intended to be a homage to very many musicians I've loved since I started listening to music. My intention is to tell what I know about them, hoping that those people who like them too, will help me fill numerous gaps, which I may have in their careers and discographies. Sorry, but there are no MP3 audio files here at all, just info (and love for the musicians).


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Friday, 20 April 2012

Andrew Love (sax)


BANDS:
BANDPERIODDETAILS
Otis Redding Band  13 albums + 2 compilations
Aretha Franklin Band  5 albums
King Curtis Band  2 albums
Stephen Stills Band  1 album
Memphis Horns [1969-2002]5 albums
Doobie Brothers  4 albums + 2 compilations
Jimmy Buffett Band  1 album
Robert Cray Band [1988-1989]5 albums
Joe Cocker Band [1989]2 albums + 1 compilation
Robert Cray Band (again) [1990-1991] 
Luther Allison Band   
The Memphis All Stars   
Kiyoshiro Imawano Band   
Hinkley´s Heroes   
Roger Waters Band [2000] (1 gig) 
Ann Peebles Band  2 albums

BIOGRAPHY:

Mythical sax player, Andrew Love was born on November 21st, 1942, in Memphis, TN, USA.


OTIS REDDING BAND


This was the magnificent Otis Redding live band in March 1967 that recorded the album Live in Europe that same month:

OTIS REDDING BAND #?
1967
Otis Redding
vocals
Steve Cropper
guitar
Booker T Jones
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Joe Arnold
sax
Al Jackson
drums

They also appeared at the famous Monterey Festival in June 1967.

Other info on members of Otis Redding Band (I know up to 18 members)
Already covered (1): Donald ´Duck´ Dunn
To be covered (6): Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Jaimoe Jai Johanson, Booker T Jones


ARETHA FRANKLIN BAND


In order to record a live album, Aretha Franklin Band is expanded with additional musicians, still in March 1971:

ARETHA FRANKLIN BAND #?
Mar 71
Aretha Franklin
vocals
Cornell Dupree
guitar
Jerry Jemmott
bass
Billy Preston
keyboards
Truman Thomas
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Roger Hopps
trumpet
Jack Hale
trombone
King Curtis
sax
James Mitchell
sax
Lewis Collins
sax
Pancho Morales
percussion
Bernard Purdie
drums
Margaret Branch
backing vocals
Brenda Bryant
backing vocals
Pat Smith
backing vocals

This is a different lineup for Aretha Franklin Band still in 1971:

ARETHA FRANKLIN BAND #?
1971
Aretha Franklin
vocals
Cornell Dupree
guitar
Jerry Jemmott
bass
Billy Preston
keyboards
Truman Thomas
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Roger Hopps
trumpet
Jack Hale
trombone
King Curtis
sax
James Mitchell
sax
Lewis Collins
sax
Pancho Morales
percussion
Bernard Purdie
drums

A lineup without backing vocalists? It sounds strange to me...

Other info on members of Aretha Franklin Band (I know up to 42 members)
Already covered (1): Cornell Dupree
To be covered (21): Kenny Burrell, Roy Burrowes, Lewis Collins, King Curtis, George Davidson, Aretha Franklin, Jon Gilutin, Jack Hale, Ted Harris, Les Harvey, Mike Henderson, Rod Hicks, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Keith Loving, James Mitchell, Billy Preston, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Nolan Shaheed, Danny Wilensky


KING CURTIS BAND


Sometime around 1971, this was the King Curtis Band (usually named King Curtis And The Kingpins):

KING CURTIS BAND #?
1971
King Curtis
sax
Cornell Dupree
guitar
Jerry Jemmott
bass
Billy Preston
keyboards
Truman Thomas
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Roger Hopps
trumpet
Jack Hale
trombone
James Mitchell
sax
Lewis Collins
sax
Pancho Morales
percussion
Bernard Purdie
drums

They also backed Aretha Franklin.

Other info on members of King Curtis Band (I know up to 25 members)
Already covered (1): Cornell Dupree
To be covered (14): Al Casey, Lewis Collins, King Curtis, Paul Griffin, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Melvin Lastie, James Mitchell, Billy Preston, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, James Allen Smith, Warren Smith


STEPHEN STILLS BAND


Andrew Love and Wayne Jackson toured with Stephen Stills in 1971, but I don´t know the name of the other players:

STEPHEN STILLS BAND #?
1971
Stephen Stills
vocals, guitar
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of Stephen Stills Band (I know up to 40 members)
Old pages (1): Mike Finnigan
To be covered (38): Jay Boy Adams, Jerry Aiello, Tony Beard, Bonnie Bramlett, Kim Bullard, Todd Caldwell, Donnie Dacus, Jim Ehinger, Pete Escovedo, Sheila E Escovedo, Stephen Fromholz, Bob Glaub, Paul Harris, Chris Hillman, Brooks Hunnicutt, Wayne Jackson, Rick Jaeger, Gerald Johnson, Russ Kunkel, Joe Lala, Kevin McCormick, Lenny McDaniel, Bill Meeker, Kenny Passarelli, Al Perkins,... up to 38 musicians.


MEMPHIS HORNS


For many years, the Memphis Horns (formed in 1969) have been a duo:

MEMPHIS HORNS #?
?
Wayne Jackson
trumpet

Their recording credits list is immense. Besides, some albums only mention Memphis Horns, but not the players appearing in the albums, so it´s more difficult knowing who plays there.

Other info on members of Memphis Horns (I know up to 12 members)
To be covered (8): Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Gary Gazaway, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Ed Logan, James Mitchell, Floyd Newman


DOOBIE BROTHERS


In October 1975, some months after Michael McDonald joined Doobie Brothers (initially because Tom Johnston was ill due to an ulcer), the band toured including the fabulous Memphis Horns in the lineup:

DOOBIE BROTHERS #?
1975
Patrick Simmons
guitar, vocals
Tom Johnston
guitar, vocals - only a few gigs
Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter
guitar
Tiran Porter
bass, vocals
Michael McDonald
keyboards, vocals
John Hartman
drums
Keith Knudsen
drums
+
The Memphis Horns:
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
James Mitchell
sax
Lewis Collins
sax
Jack Hale
trombone

I think Bobby LaKind was already playing with them, but can´t confirm that.

In November 1976, Doobie Brothers toured, again including the Memphis Horns in the lineup:

DOOBIE BROTHERS #?
1976
Patrick Simmons
guitar, vocals
Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter
guitar
Tiran Porter
bass, vocals
Michael McDonald
keyboards, vocals
John Hartman
drums
Keith Knudsen
drums
+
The Memphis Horns:
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
James Mitchell
sax
Lewis Collins
sax
Jack Hale
trombone

I still think Bobby LaKind was already playing with them, but can´t confirm that.

Other info on members of Doobie Brothers (I know up to 32 members)
To be covered (31): Guy Allison, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Norton Buffalo, Cornelius Bumpus, Rosemary Butler, Bernie Chiaravaille, Lewis Collins, John Cowan, M B Gordy, Jack Hale, John Hartman, Michael Hossack, Danny Hull, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Keith Knudsen, Bobby LaKind, Chet McCracken, Maureen McDonald, Michael McDonald, John McFee, James Mitchell, Dale Okerman, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter,... up to 31 musicians.


JIMMY BUFFETT BAND


The Memphis Horns (Wayne Jackson and Andrew Love) have been part of Jimmy Buffett Band, but don´t know when (probably sometime between 1986 and 1989) and the rest of musicians:

JIMMY BUFFETT BAND #?
?
Jimmy Buffett
vocals
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of Jimmy Buffett Band (I know up to 38 members)
Already covered (1): Kenny Buttrey
To be covered (36): Roger Bartlett, Matt Betton, Jimmy Buffett, Tommy Cogbill, Sammy Creason, Lanny Fiel, Marvin Gardens, Mike Gardner, Robert Greenidge, Doyle Grisham, Tina Gullickson, Roger Guth, Wayne Jackson, Amy Lee, Larry Lee, Josh Leo, Kitty Litter, John Lovell, Ralph MacDonald, Jim Mayer, Peter Mayer, Mac McAnally, Deborah McColl, Vince Melamed, Tom Mitchell,... up to 36 musicians.


ROBERT CRAY BAND


This was the Robert Cray Band in 1988:

ROBERT CRAY BAND #?
1988
Robert Cray
guitar, vocals
Tim Kaihatsu
guitar
Richard Cousins
bass
Peter Boe
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Dave Olson
drums

This was the Robert Cray Band in July 1989, when they played in Spain at the San Sebastian Jazz Festival:

ROBERT CRAY BAND #?
1989
Robert Cray
guitar, vocals
Tim Kaihatsu
guitar
Richard Cousins
bass
Peter Boe
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Kevin Hayes
drums


JOE COCKER BAND


But soon later, they augment the lineup (the Live album was recorded in October 1989 with this new one):

JOE COCKER BAND #?
1989
Joe Cocker
vocals
Keith Mack
guitar
T M Stevens
bass
Chris Stainton
keyboards
Jeff Levine
keyboards
Deric Dyer
sax
Steve Holley
drums
Doreen Chanter
backing vocals
Maxine Green
backing vocals
Crystal Taliefero
backing vocals
+ The Memphis Horns:
Wayne Jackson
Gary Gazaway

Other info on members of Joe Cocker Band (I know up to 142 members)
Already covered (9): Doreen Chanter, Cornell Dupree, Tommy Eyre, Mickey Gee, Phil Grande, Dan Hickey, Conrad Isidore, Donna Washburn, Viola Wills
Old pages (5): Mike Finnigan, Colin Gibson, Chris Stainton, Mick Wayne, Mick Weaver
To be covered (127): Mark Alexander, Rick Alfonso, Beth Anderson, Kenny Aronoff, Virginia Ayers, Nicole Barclay, David Beal, Dyan Birch, Gene Black, Chuck Blackwell, Beverly Bloomfield, Sue Bogas, Greg Brown, Jack Bruno, Glenn ´Ross´ Campbell, Stacy Campbell, Mitch Chakour, Kacee Clanton, Joe Cocker, Frank Collins, Mel Collins, Rita Coolidge, Phil Crookes, Ric Cunningham, Cydney Davis,... up to 127 musicians.


ROBERT CRAY BAND (again)


This was the Robert Cray Band in December 1990:

ROBERT CRAY BAND #?
1990
Robert Cray
guitar, vocals
Tim Kaihatsu
guitar
Richard Cousins
bass
Jim Pugh
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
John Murray
percussion
Kevin Hayes
drums

This was the Robert Cray Band in July 1991 that appeared at the Montreux Jazz Festival:

ROBERT CRAY BAND #?
1991
Robert Cray
guitar, vocals
Tim Kaihatsu
guitar
Richard Cousins
bass
Jim Pugh
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Kevin Hayes
drums

Other info on members of Robert Cray Band (I know up to 15 members)
To be covered (6): Tony Braunagel, Wayne Jackson, Ed Manion, Dave Olson, Jim Pugh, Curtis Salgado


LUTHER ALLISON BAND


In July 1994, Luther Allison appeared at the Montreux Jazz Festival with his band and The Memphis Horns:

LUTHER ALLISON BAND #?
1994
Luther Allison
guitar, vocals
James Solberg
guitar
Dave Smith
bass
Ernest Williamson
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Yvette Preyer
drums

Other info on members of Luther Allison Band (I know up to 13 members)
To be covered (2): Wayne Jackson, Yvette Preyer


THE MEMPHIS ALL STARS


In July 1994, The Memphis All Stars played some festivals backing soul singers such as Preston Shannon:

THE MEMPHIS ALL STARS #?
1994
Michael Toles
guitar
Dywane Thomas
bass
Marvell Thomas
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Lannie McMillan
sax
Jim Spake
sax
Brenda Rutledge
trombone
James Robertson
drums
+
Sweet Soul Sisters
backing vocals

Other info on members of The Memphis All Stars (I know up to 9 members)
To be covered (4): Wayne Jackson, Jim Spake, Dywane Thomas, Michael Toles


KIYOSHIRO IMAWANO BAND


Sorry, I don´t know who Kiyoshiro Imawano is, but he had a fantastic band for some concerts:

KIYOSHIRO IMAWANO BAND #?
?
Kiyoshiro Imawano
Steve Cropper
guitar
Booker T Jones
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
Jim Horn
sax
Charles Rose
trombone
Anton Fig
drums

Other info on members of Kiyoshiro Imawano Band (I know up to 9 members)
Already covered (1): Donald ´Duck´ Dunn
To be covered (6): Steve Cropper, Anton Fig, Jim Horn, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Charles Rose


HINKLEY´S HEROES


Currently, Tim Hinkley is living in Nashville. But he still assembles those famous lineups under the Hinkley's Heroes monicker. Obviously, now with American musicians. Some of the musicians playing in these shows are:

HINKLEY´S HEROES #
Tim Hinkley
keyboards
+
Kris Kristofferson
vocals, guitar
Dan Penn
vocals
Wayne Carson
vocals
Billy Burnette
guitar
Donnie Fritts
guitar
Spooner Oldham
keyboards
Andrew Love
trumpet
Wayne Jackson
sax
David Hood
bass
Roger Hawkins
drums

Other info on members of Hinkley´s Heroes (I know up to 31 members)
Old pages (5): Jim Cregan, Tim Hinkley, Jimmy McCulloch, Steve Simpson, Bobby Tench
To be covered (25): Maggie Bell, Eric Burdon, Billy Burnette, Boz Burrell, Wayne Carson, Roger Chapman, Mel Collins, Kiki Dee, Donnie Fritts, John Halsey, Roger Hawkins, Bernie Holland, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Kris Kristofferson, Henry McCullough, Mitch Mitchell, Spooner Oldham, Poli Palmer, Mike Patto, Dan Penn, Mick Ralphs, Brian Robertson, Julio Segovia, Charlie Whitney


ROGER WATERS BAND


Roger Waters toured during June and July 2000 at the In the flesh tour. This time, his band hadn´t a stable sax player, so he used different horn players during the tour:

ROGER WATERS BAND #?
Jun 00-Jul 00
Roger Waters
vocals, guitar, bass
Snowy White
guitar
Doyle Bramhall II
guitar
Andy Fairweather Low
guitar, bass, vocals
Jon Carin
keyboards
Andy Wallace
keyboards
Graham Broad
drums
P P Arnold
backing vocals
Katie Kissoon
backing vocals
Susannah Melvoin
backing vocals
+
Mike MacArthur
sax, 1 gig
Ed Calle
sax, 1 gig
Wayne Jackson
trumpet, 1 gig
Andrew Love
sax, 1 gig
Tim Gordon
sax, 1 gig
Shelley Carroll
sax, 3 gigs
Don Menza
sax, 3 gigs
Steve Tavaglione
sax, 3 gigs
Norbert Stachel
sax, 2 gigs
Eric Walton
sax, 2 gigs
Mark Harris
sax, 1 gig
Steve Eisen
sax, 1 gig
Mel Collins
sax, last 6 gigs

Other info on members of Roger Waters Band (I know up to 53 members)
Already covered (3): Doreen Chanter, Levon Helm, Tim Renwick
Old pages (7): Jon Carin, Paul Carrack, Michael Kamen, Katie Kissoon, Chris Stainton, Roger Waters, Peter Wood
To be covered (41): P P Arnold, Monk Bordeaux, Doyle Bramhall II, Graham Broad, Joe Chemay, Eric Clapton, Mel Collins, Rick DiFonzo, Andy Fairweather Low, James Farber, Stan Farber, James Galway, Nick Glennie-Smith, Jim Haas, Bruce Hornsby, Garth Hudson, Jon Joyce, Chester Kamen, Carol Kenyon, David Kilminster, Jim Ladd, Kipp Lennon, Pat Lennon, Patrick Leonard, Tony Levin,... up to 41 musicians.


ANN PEEBLES BAND


In 2001, the Memphis Horns played live with Ann Peebles:

ANN PEEBLES BAND #?
?
Ann Peebles
vocals
Don Bryant
Dywane Thomas
bass
Paul Brown
keyboards
Wayne Jackson
trumpet
+ others unknown to me. Help!

Other info on members of Ann Peebles Band (I know up to 9 members)
To be covered (2): Wayne Jackson, Dywane Thomas


AND THEN...


Sadly, Andrew Love started to be affected by Alzheimer´s disease, so he was force to music retirement in 2002. Little was known from him since until he sadly passed away on April 12, 2012. Rest in peace, and thanks for so much great music and devotion you´ve put in so many records.

This is my tribute to him. I know I´m missing hundreds of albums (no joke), so I´ll be completing the page with time and patience.

DISCOGRAPHY: (216 albums known to me - Status: In progress)

ALBUMS AS A BAND MEMBER (42 credits)
  • Complete & unbelievable - the Otis Redding dictionary of soul - Otis Redding (1966)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Comments: Fifth album by the great Otis Redding.
  • Otis blue / Otis Redding sings soul - Otis Redding (1966)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • Comments: Third album by Otis Redding.
  • The Soul album - Otis Redding (1966)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman (RIP: Packy Axton, Isaac Hayes)
  • Back to back - The Mar-Keys - Booker T & The MG´s (1967) (LIVE)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Comments: Recorded live in 1967 by this two bands.
  • Monterey International Pop Festival - Otis Redding / The Jimi Hendrix Experience (1967) (LIVE)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Jimi Hendrix, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Mitch Mitchell, Noel Redding, Otis Redding)
    • Producer: Lou Adler (RIP: John Phillips)
    • Comments: Rare album comprising the live performances by Otis Redding and Jimi Hendrix at Monterey Festival in June 1967.
  • King & queen - Otis Redding - Carla Thomas (March 1967)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
  • Live in Europe - Otis Redding (July 1967) (LIVE)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • Comments: Recorded live in March 1967.
  • The Dock of the bay - Otis Redding (February 1968)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman (RIP: Packy Axton, Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
  • Aretha now - Aretha Franklin (06/1968)

    • Members: Aretha Franklin, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott (RIP: King Curtis, Carolyn Franklin, Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Bernie Glow, Roger Hawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham, Seldon Powell, Tony Studd, Frank Wess, Bobby Womack (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Haywood Henry, Melvin Lastie, Arif Mardin, Joe Newman)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
  • The Immortal Otis Redding - Otis Redding (June 1968)

  • Love man - Otis Redding (1969)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Guests: (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone, Tom Dowd)
  • Memphis Horns - Memphis Horns (1970)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson, Floyd Newman (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Tommy McClure (RIP: Sammy Creason, Charlie Freeman)
    • Comments: First album by Memphis Horns.
  • Tell the truth - Otis Redding (July 1970)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: Recorded in 1967, and released in 1970.
  • Live at Fillmore West - King Curtis (1971)

    • Members: Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Bernard Purdie (RIP: King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Billy Preston)
    • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
    • Technical: Gene Paul
    • Comments: Recorded live in February 1971.
  • Live at Fillmore West - Aretha Franklin (1971)

    • Members: Lewis Collins, Aretha Franklin, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Bernard Purdie (RIP: King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Billy Preston)
    • Guests: (RIP: Ray Charles, Tom Dowd)
    • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: CD reissue from 2005 expands the original album to a 2CD with many additional tracks. Aretha is backed by The Kingpins (rhythm section), Memphis Horns (horn section) and The Sweethearts Of Soul (backing vocals).
  • Young, gifted and black - Aretha Franklin (1971)

    • Members: Aretha Franklin, Wayne Jackson, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey (RIP: Cornell Dupree, Carolyn Franklin, Andrew Love, Billy Preston)
    • Guests: Dr John, Al Jackson, Hubert Laws, Hugh McCracken, Gene Orloff, Robert ´Pops´ Popwell (RIP: Erma Franklin, Eric Gale, Donny Hathaway)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Howard Albert, Ron Albert, Lewis Hahn, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot, Chuck Kirkpatrick, Gene Paul
  • Stephen Stills 2 - Stephen Stills (1971)

    • Members: Paul Harris, Wayne Jackson, Calvin ´Fuzzy´ Samuels, Stephen Stills, Dallas Taylor (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Eric Clapton, David Crosby, Dr John, Rocky Dzidzornu, Sydney George, Jack Hale, Conrad Isidore, Gaspar Lawal, Nils Lofgren, Floyd Newman (RIP: Ed Logan, James Mitchell, Billy Preston)
  • Everybody´s talkin´ - King Curtis (1972)

    • Members: Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey (RIP: King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Paul Griffin, Andrew Love, Billy Preston)
    • Guests: Mervin Bronson, Garnett Brown, Ronnie Cuber, Trevor Lawrence, Marvin Stamm, Charles Sullivan, Frank Wess, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Harold Cowart, Ed Logan, Arif Mardin, Joe Newman, Jimmy Smith, Richard Tee, Ernie Wilkins)
    • Producer: (RIP: Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Howard Albert, Ron Albert, Gene Paul
  • Straight from the heart - Ann Peebles (1972)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Jack Hale (RIP: Ed Logan, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
  • Hey now hey - the other side of the sky - Aretha Franklin (1973)

    • Members: Aretha Franklin, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Roger Hawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham (RIP: Tommy Cogbill)
    • Producer: Quincy Jones
    • Technical: Gene Paul
  • What were once vices - Doobie Brothers (1974)

    • Members: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Jack Hale, John Hartman, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Patrick Simmons (RIP: Michael Hossack, Keith Knudsen, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Guests: Novi Novag (RIP: Eddie Guzman, Milt Holland)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • With every thing I feel in me - Aretha Franklin (1974)

    • Members: Aretha Franklin, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey (RIP: Cornell Dupree, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Guests: Ken Bischel, Gordon Edwards, Steve Gadd, Albhy Galuten, Hugh McCracken, Gene Orloff, Leon Pendarvis, Pat Rebillot, Hamish Stuart, Grady Tate (RIP: Ed Logan, Ralph MacDonald, Robbie McIntosh, Richard Tee)
    • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
  • Can´t stand the rain - Ann Peebles (1974)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Archie Turner (RIP: Ed Logan)
  • Takin´ it to the streets - Doobie Brothers (1976)

    • Members: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, John Hartman, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, Tiran Porter, Patrick Simmons (RIP: Keith Knudsen, Bobby Lakind, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Guests: Maria Muldaur, Novi Novag (RIP: Richie Hayward)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • Get up and dance - Memphis Horns (1977)

    • Members: Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Guests: Paulinho Da Costa, James Gadson, Jay Graydon, Marlo Henderson, Clarence McDonald, David Shields (RIP: Patrick Moten)
  • Minute by minute - Doobie Brothers (1978)

    • Members: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Rosemary Butler, John Hartman, Tom Johnston, Michael McDonald, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Patrick Simmons (RIP: Norton Buffalo, Keith Knudsen, Bobby LaKind, Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Byron Berline, Ben Cauley, Stevie Lange, Herb Pedersen (RIP: Nicolette Larson)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • Strong persuader - Robert Cray (1986)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson, Dave Olson (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Cocker - Joe Cocker (03/1986)

    • Members: Joe Cocker, Mel Collins, Cliff Goodwin, Maxine Green, Howie Hersh, Eric Parker, Vito San Filippo (RIP: Andrew Love, Larry Marshall)
    • Guests: Mike Baird, Arthur Barrow, Michael Boddicker, Jeff Bova, Bob Ezrin, Anton Fig, Dann Huff, Dick ´Slyde´ Hyde, Randy Jackson, Curtis King, Jeff Lorber, Steve Madaio, Eddie Martinez, Mike Moran, Joel Peskin, Neal Schon, Leslie Smith, Julia Tillman Waters, Joe Turano, Maxine Willard Waters, Elisecia Wright, Richie Zito (RIP: Bernard Edwards)
    • Producer: Ron Nevison
  • Don´t be afraid of the dark - Robert Cray (1988)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson, Dave Olson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: David Li, David Sanborn
  • Night patrol - Robert Cray (1988)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson, Dave Olson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: David Li, David Sanborn
  • Hot water - Jimmy Buffett (June 1988)

    • Members: Jimmy Buffett, Robert Greenidge, Wayne Jackson, Greg ´Fingers´ Taylor, Mike Utley (RIP: Andrew Love, Ralph MacDonald)
    • Guests: Alex Blake, Rita Coolidge, Steve Cropper, Anthony Jackson, Russ Kunkel, Hugh McCracken, Marcus Miller, Jeff Mironov, Art Neville, Cyril Neville, Timothy B Schmit, James Taylor, Buddy Williams, Steve Winwood (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Richard Tee, Grover Washington Jr)
    • Technical: Joe Brown
  • Cycles - The Doobie Brothers (1989)

    • Members: John Hartman, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Patrick Simmons (RIP: Michael Hossack, Bobby LaKind, Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Phil Aaberg, Kim Bullard, Dave Tyson
    • Technical: Jim Gaines
  • Midnight stroll - Robert Cray (1990)

  • Joe Cocker live - Joe Cocker (05/1990)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Deric Dyer, Gary Gazaway, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Wayne Jackson, Jeff Levine, Keith Mack, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens, Crystal Taliefero (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Tawatha Agee, Bashiri Johnson, Earl Slick, Vaneese Thomas, Fonzi Thornton
    • Producer: Michael Lang, Steve Thompson
    • Technical: Chris Lord-Alge
  • Flame out - Memphis Horns (1992)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Howard Grimes, Steve Potts
    • Technical: Bob Ludwig
  • Remember me - Otis Redding (1992)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman (RIP: Johnny Jenkins)
    • Comments: Unreleased studio tracks.
  • Hit the road Stax volume 3 live in Europe - The Stax/Volt Revue (1992) (LIVE)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Eddie Floyd
    • Technical: Joe Tarantino
    • Comments: Recorded live in 1967, this album features Booker T & The MG´s, The Mar-Keys, Carla Thomas, Eddie Floyd and Otis Redding.
  • The Memphis Horns - Memphis Horns (1995)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Guests: Warren Haynes, Steve Potts, Leon Russell, Dywane Thomas, Michael Toles, Bobby Womack (RIP: Isaac Hayes, Etta James)
  • Sweet potato pie - Robert Cray (1997)

  • Dreams to remember - the Otis Redding anthology - Otis Redding (1998)

    • Members: Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman, Lewis Steinberg (RIP: Packy Axton, Isaac Hayes, Johnny Jenkins, Phil Walden)
    • Producer: Lou Adler, Bill Inglot (RIP: Nesuhi Ertegun, John Phillips)
    • Comments: 2CD compilation with some rare tracks, only available as singles. It also contains several live tracks recorded at Monterey Festival in 1967.
  • Live in London and Paris - Otis Redding (September 2008) (LIVE)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Technical: Joe Tarantino (RIP: Tom Dowd)
  • Perkin´ it up - Memphis Horns (2011)

    • Members: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Randy Goodrum
    • Comments: Album recorded in 2004, but released in 2011.
COMPILATIONS AS A BAND MEMBER (5 credits)
  • The Ultimate Otis Redding - Otis Redding (1986)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman, Lewis Steinberg (RIP: Packy Axton)
  • The Best of Joe Cocker - Joe Cocker (1992)

    • Members: Doreen Chanter, Joe Cocker, Mel Collins, Deric Dyer, Gary Gazaway, Cliff Goodwin, Phil Grande, Maxine Green, Steve Holley, Wayne Jackson, Jim Keltner, Jeff Levine, Keith Mack, John Miles, Eric Parker, Vito San Filippo, Maxine Sharp, Chris Stainton, T M Stevens, Crystal Taliefero (RIP: Andrew Love, Larry Marshall)
    • Guests: Alex Acuna, Mike Baird, Mike Campbell, Nathan East, Cissy Houston, Steve Lukather, Jeff Lynne, David Paich, Greg Phillinganes, Neil Stubenhaus, Benmont Tench, Jennifer Warnes, Elisecia Wright (RIP: Jeff Porcaro)
    • Producer: Tony Carey, Michael Lang, Stewart Levine, Chris Lord-Alge, Richie Zito
  • Otis! The definitive Otis Redding - Otis Redding (November 1993)

    • Members: Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Otis Redding)
    • Guests: Floyd Newman, Lewis Steinberg (RIP: Packy Axton, Ron Capone, King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Isaac Hayes, Johnny Jenkins, Phil Walden, Noble Watts, Paul Williams)
    • Producer: Lou Adler (RIP: John Phillips)
    • Comments: 4CD boxset, with one of the discs containing live tracks.
  • Long train runnin´ 1971-1999 - Doobie Brothers (1999)

    • Members: Guy Allison, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Rosemary Butler, Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, John Hartman, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Chet McCracken, Michael McDonald, John McFee, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Marc Russo, Patrick Simmons, Willie Weeks (RIP: Norton Buffalo, Cornelius Bumpus, Michael Hossack, Keith Knudsen, Bobby LaKind, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Dave Shogren)
    • Guests: Bill Armstrong, Richard Bryant, Kim Bullard, Ben Cauley, Malcolm Cecil, Venetta Fields, Bobbye Hall, Jimmie Haskell, George Hawkins, Anthony Jackson, Jerome Jumonville, Shirley Matthews, Maria Muldaur, Novi Novag, David Paich, Joel Peskin, Paul Riser, Carly Simon, Jessie Smith, Chris Thompson, Lee R Thornburg, Dave Tyson (RIP: Conte Candoli, Pete Candoli, Nick DeCaro, Eddie Guzman, Richie Hayward, Milt Holland, Nicolette Larson, Curtis Mayfield)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman, Lenny Waronker
    • Technical: Jim Gaines, Lewis Hahn, Lee Herschberg, Bill Inglot, Chris Lord-Alge, Gene Paul
    • Comments: 4CD boxset; one of the CDs is full of rarities.
  • Doobie´s choice - Doobie Brothers (February 2002)

    • Members: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Rosemary Butler, John Hartman, Wayne Jackson, Tom Johnston, Chet McCracken, Michael McDonald, John McFee, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Patrick Simmons (RIP: Norton Buffalo, Cornelius Bumpus, Michael Hossack, Keith Knudsen, Bobby LaKind, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Dave Shogren)
    • Guests: Byron Berline, Richard Bryant, Malcolm Cecil, Victor Feldman, Jerome Jumonville, Novi Novag, David Paich, Herb Pedersen, Paul Riser (RIP: Nick DeCaro)
    • Producer: Guy Allison, Ted Templeman, Lenny Waronker
ALBUMS WITH BANDMATES AND FRIENDS (8 credits)
  • Do the pop-eye - The Mar-Keys (1962)

  • The Great Memphis sound - The Mar-Keys (1966)

    • Members: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Floyd Newman (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson)
    • Guests: (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
  • Dam if I know! - The Mar-Keys (1969)

  • Shaft - Isaac Hayes (1971)

    • Members: Willie Hall, Michael Toles (RIP: Isaac Hayes, Charles Pitts)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: J J Johnson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Bobby Manuel (RIP: Ron Capone)
  • Do you see what I see? - The Bar-Kays (1972)

    • Members: Ben Cauley, Willie Hall, Michael Toles (RIP: Carl Cunningham)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Bobby Manuel (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Technical: Joe Tarantino
  • Back at´cha! - Sam & Dave (1974)

    • Members: (RIP: Dave Prater)
    • Guests: Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Jim Horn, Brooks Hunnicutt, Wayne Jackson, Danny Kortchmar, Clarence McDonald, William ´Smitty´ Smith, Paul Stallworth, Michael Toles, Jennifer Warnes (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: Steve Cropper
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone)
  • Playin´ my thang - Steve Cropper (1980)

    • Members: Steve Cropper
    • Guests: Dan Ferguson, Steve Forman, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Jerry Hey, Jim Horn, John Jarvis, Bobby Kimball, Craig Krampf, David Paich, Bill Payne, Rick Schlosser, William ´Smitty´ Smith, Neil Stubenhaus (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Andrew Love)
  • Banging the wall - The Bar-Kays (1985)

COLLECTIVE ALBUMS (7 credits)
  • Soul Christmas - VVAA (1968)

    • Guests: Gil Askey, Estelle Brown, Dave Burns, Steve Cropper, Cissy Houston, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Bernard Purdie, Paul Riser (RIP: Duane Allman, Brook Benton, Solomon Burke, King Curtis, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Eric Gale, Donny Hathaway, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Clyde McPhatter, Johnny Moore, Gene Pearson, Bill Pinkney, Otis Redding, Sylvia Shemwell, Myrna Smith, Joe Tex, Charles Thomas)
    • Producer: Lamont Dozier (RIP: Buddy Killen, Luther Vandross)
    • Comments: Collection of Christmas songs performed by great soul singers, such as Otis Redding, Solomon Burke, Clyde McPhatter, Donny Hathaway, Clarence Carter, Carla Thomas, The Drifters, The Sweet Inspirations, Booker T & The MG´s, etc. CD reissue contains 11 bonus tracks!
  • Boy meets girl - VVAA (1969)

    • Guests: Bonnie Bramlett, Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Booker T Jones (RIP: Delaney Bramlett, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Johnnie Taylor)
    • Producer: Spencer Davis, Don Nix (RIP: Homer Banks)
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone)
    • Comments: Classic soul duets. CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
  • Memphis soul night - VVAA (September 1994)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Danny Gottlieb, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Phil Upchurch (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Ben Sidran
  • The Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame - VVAA (September 1996) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Gregg Allman, Kenny Aronoff, Bucky Baxter, Dickey Betts, Roy Bittan, Jackson Browne, Sterling Campbell, Martin Chambers, Steve Cropper, John D´Earth, Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Tony Garnier, Lisa Germano, Warren Haynes, Andy Hobson, Bruce Hornsby, Wayne Jackson, Jaimoe Jai Johanson, Booker T Jones, Jim Keltner, Nils Lofgren, John Mellencamp, Ryo Okumoto, Pat Peterson, Lenny Pickett, Marc Quinones, Lou Reed, Boz Scaggs, Patti Scialfa, Adam Seymour, John Shanks, Slash, G E Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Garry Tallent, Butch Trucks, Steve Van Zandt, Mike Wanchic, Winston Watson, Max Weimberg (RIP: James Brown, Johnny Cash, Clarence Clemons, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Danny Federici, John Jackson, Andrew Love, Garry Shider, Bobby Thompson, Belita Woods, Allen Woody)
    • Producer: (RIP: Don DeVito)
    • Technical: Greg Calbi, Scott Hull
  • The Monterey International Pop Festival June 16-17-18 - VVAA (June 1997) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Peter Albin, Sam Andrew, Jerome Arnold, Marty Balin, Bruce Barthol, Elvin Bishop, Roy Blumenfeld, Vic Briggs, Harvey Brooks, Eric Burdon, Jack Casady, Frank Cook, Curley Cooke, Steve Cropper, David Crosby, Roger Daltrey, Gene Dinwiddie, Dave Getz, Barry Goldberg, Nick Gravenites, Chris Hillman, Wayne Jackson, Barry Jenkins, Keith Johnson, Booker T Jones, Danny Kalb, Paul Kantner, Steve Katz, Jorma Kaukonen, Danny McCulloch, Country Joe McDonald, Roger McGuinn, Barry Melton, Steve Miller, Mark Naftalin, Joe Osborn, Jim Peterman, David Sanborn, Paul Simon, Grace Slick, Peter Strazza, Larry Taylor, Pete Townshend, Lonnie Turner, John Weider (RIP: Mike Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Michael Clarke, Brian Cole, Billy Davenport, Tim Davis, Denny Doherty, Marcus Doubleday, Spencer Dryden, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Cass Elliot, John Entwistle, John Francis Gunning, James Gurley, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Hite, Al Jackson, Brian Jones, Janis Joplin, Larry Knechtel, Andy Kulberg, Andrew Love, Buddy Miles, Mitch Mitchell, Keith Moon, John Phillips, Lou Rawls, Noel Redding, Otis Redding, Herbie Rich, Al Wilson)
    • Producer: Lou Adler
    • Comments: Live 4CD featuring hightlights from the famous Monterey Festival held in June 1967, and featuring so many legends: Jimi Hendrix, Otis Redding, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Eric Burdon, Canned Heat, Electric Flag, The Byrds, Jefferson Airplane, Booker T & The MG´s, Mamas & The Papas, etc.
  • Live at the W C Handy blues awards, vol 1 - VVAA (October 2003) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Tony Braunagel, Jon Cleary, Ricky Fataar, Denny Freeman, Larry Fulcher, Hutch Hutchinson, Wayne Jackson, Darrell Leonard, Taj Mahal, Steve Potts, Bonnie Raitt, Jim Spake, Joe Sublett, Rick Vito, Mick Weaver (RIP: Luther Allison, Andrew Love, Rufus Thomas)
    • Producer: David Bartlett
    • Comments: Collection of live performances at these famous blues awards, featuring Joe Louis Walker (1996), Luther Allison with The Memphis Horns (1996), Rod Piazza (1998), Rufus Thomas with Bonnie Raitt (1998), Deborah Coleman with Bernard Allison (1999), Paul Rishell & Annie Raines (2000), Susan Tedeschi (2001), Taj Mahal (2001, with Mick Weaver in the band), Bobb Rush (2001) and Bonnie Raitt (1998).
  • Soul instinct - tribute to Otis Redding - VVAA ( - ) (LIVE)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Floyd Newman, Steve Potts, Jim Spake, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love, Billy Preston)
    • Comments: Live tribute concert recorded in July 1993 (except for a few tracks).
SOUNDTRACKS (1 credit)
  • Soul men OST - VVAA (October 2008)

    • Guests: Scott Bomar, Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Marc Franklin, James Gadson, Willie Hall, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Patrice Rushen, Nolan Shaheed, Kirk Smothers, Archie Turner, Freddie Washington (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson Jr, Raymond Jones, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Bernie Mac, Charles Pitts)
    • Technical: Ray Bardani, Tom Coyne (RIP: Ron Capone, Willie Mitchell)
SESSIONS (127 credits)
  • In the midnight hour - Wilson Pickett (1965)

    • Members: (RIP: Wilson Pickett, Joe Stubbs)
    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Cissy Houston, Wayne Jackson, Floyd Newman, Tony Studd, Clark Terry (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Cornell Dupree, Panama Francis, Paul Griffin, Haywood Henry, Ivory Joe Hunter, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Ralph Middlebrooks, Ernie Royal, Clarence Satchell, Robert Ward)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: First album by this superb singer.
  • The Exciting Wilson Pickett - Wilson Pickett (1966)

    • Members: (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Wilson Pickett)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Steve Cropper, Roger Hawkins, Wayne Jackson, Jimmy Johnson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • Comments: 2nd album by Wilson Pickett.
  • The Soul of a Bell - William Bell (1967)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: First album by William Bell. Some CD reissues contain 2 bonus tracks.
  • Johnny 67 - Johnny Halliday (1967)

    • Members: Raymond Donnez, Gerard Fournier, Luis Fuentes, Johnny Halliday, Mick Jones, Gilles Pellegrini, Gerard Pisani, Jacques Ploquin, Pierre Ploquin, Jean Tosan (RIP: Tommy Brown)
    • Guests: Brian Auger, Roger Hawkins, Wayne Jackson, Jimmy Johnson (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Arthur Greenslade, Jimi Hendrix, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Giorgio Gomelsky
    • Comments: Recorded during March to June 1967.
  • Born under a bad sign - Albert King (1967)

    • Members: (RIP: Albert King)
    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: George Horn
  • The Sound of Wilson Pickett - Wilson Pickett (1967)

    • Members: (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Wilson Pickett)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Roger Hawkins, Wayne Jackson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Jerry Wexler)
  • Wanted one soul singer - Johnnie Taylor (1967)

    • Members: (RIP: Johnnie Taylor)
    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot
    • Comments: Recorded in different periods in January 1966, May 1966, November 1966 and January 1967.
  • This is Clarence Carter - Clarence Carter (1968)

    • Guests: Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Jimmy Johnson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham (RIP: Barry Beckett, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Live Z - Willie Mitchell (1968)

    • Members: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Bobby Emmons, Mike Leech, Reggie Young (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Soul folk in action - The Staple Singers (1968)

  • Lock, stock and teardrops - Don Gibson - Dottie West (1969)

    • Members: (RIP: Don Gibson)
    • Guests: Ray Beavis, Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Peter Filleul, Gary Fletcher, Benny Gallagher, Chris Gower, Bob Hall, Dick Hanson, Wayne Jackson, Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Liz Kitchen, Tom McGuinness, Paddy McHugh, Rob Townsend, Geraint Watkins (RIP: Nat Adderley, John ´Irish´ Earle, Andrew Love)
  • King of the blues guitar - Albert King (1969)

    • Members: (RIP: Albert King)
    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
  • Dancin´ with nobody but you babe - Clarence Reid (1969)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Joey Murcia, Floyd Newman (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Pat Thomas
  • Home - Delaney & Bonnie Bramlett (May 1969)

    • Members: Bonnie Bramlett, Leon Russell, Bobby Whitlock (RIP: Delaney Bramlett, Carl Radle)
    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Don Nix (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn)
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks. The first album by the duo, it was released by the Stax label, thus including most of their usual musicians, such as Booker & The MG´s, Memphis Horns or Isaac Hayes.
  • Melody fair - Lulu (1970)

    • Guests: Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Chuck Kirkpatrick, Tommy McClure, Floyd Newman, Mike Utley (RIP: Sammy Creason, Jim Dickinson, Charlie Freeman, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Comments: Recorded during March to May 1970.
  • Moments - Judy Mayhan (1970)

    • Guests: Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Jimmy Johnson, Mike Pinera (RIP: Duane Allman, Barry Beckett, Lowell George, Donna Godchaux, Richie Hayward, Eddie Hinton, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Arif Mardin)
    • Producer: (RIP: Ahmet Ertegun)
  • Do the funky chicken - Rufus Thomas (1970)

    • Members: (RIP: Rufus Thomas)
    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Michael Toles, Ronnie Williams (RIP: Fred Ford, Isaac Hayes, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Charles Pitts)
    • Producer: Steve Cropper (RIP: Al Jackson)
    • Technical: Bobby Manuel (RIP: Ron Capone)
    • Comments: Some CD reissues contain 8 bonus tracks.
  • Muscle Shoals Nitty Gritty - Herbie Mann (07/1970)

    • Members: Roy Ayers, Miroslav Vitous (RIP: Herbie Mann)
    • Guests: Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Jimmy Johnson (RIP: Barry Beckett, Eddie Hinton, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd)
  • To Bonnie from Delaney - Delaney & Bonnie (09/1970)

    • Members: Bonnie Bramlett, Sam Clayton, Jim Gordon, Kenny Gradney, Jerome Jumonville, Darrell Leonard, Chuck Morgan, Jerry Scheff, Bobby Whitlock (RIP: Duane Allman, Ben Benay, Delaney Bramlett, King Curtis)
    • Guests: Alan Estes, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Tommy McClure, Floyd Newman, Ron Tutt, Mike Utley (RIP: Sammy Creason, Jim Dickinson, Charlie Freeman, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Ron Albert, Chuck Kirkpatrick
    • Comments: Their fourth album.
  • The Alan Gerber album - Alan Gerber (1971)

    • Members: Alan Gerber
    • Guests: Oma Drake, Michael Fonfara, Beverley Gardner, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Gloria Jones, Jim Karstein, Daniel Moore, Jay Spell, Danny Weiss (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Patrice Holloway, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Eddie Marshall, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Denny Cordell)
    • Technical: Steve Cropper
  • Jukin´ - Manhattan Transfer (1971)

    • Members: Erin Dickins, Tim Hauser, Marty Nelson, Gene Pistilli (RIP: Pat Rosalia)
    • Guests: Wayne Andre, David Briggs, Garnett Brown, Ron Carter, Burt Collins, Jerry Dodgion, Wayne Jackson, Norbert Putnam, Mickey Roker, Buddy Spicher, Lew Tabackin (RIP: Kenny Buttrey, Gary Chester, Haywood Henry, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Ronnie Milsap - Ronnie Milsap (1971)

    • Guests: David Briggs, James Burton, Bobby Emmons, Jack Hale, Roger Hawkins, Wayne Jackson, Mike Leech, Wayne Perkins, Norbert Putnam, Reggie Young (RIP: Tippy Armstrong, Kenny Buttrey, Jim Dickinson, Eddie Hinton, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Dan Penn
    • Comments: CD reissue contains bonus tracks.
  • Don´t knock my love - Wilson Pickett (1971)

    • Members: (RIP: Wilson Pickett)
    • Guests: Dennis Coffey, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Tippy Armstrong, Barry Beckett, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Jimmy Johnson (RIP: Tom Dowd)
  • Sister Kate - Kate Taylor (1971)

    • Guests: John Beland, Merry Clayton, Sandra Crouch, Oma Drake, Wayne Jackson, Carole King, Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel, Charles Larkey, Bernie Leadon, Linda Ronstadt, Ralph Schuckett, Leland Sklar, John David Souther, James Taylor (RIP: John Hartford, Andrew Love, Joel Bishop O´Brien)
    • Producer: Peter Asher
  • Tony Joe White - Tony Joe White (1971)

    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Mike Utley (RIP: Sammy Creason, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: Peter Asher
    • Comments: Third solo album by Tony Joe White, recorded in December 1970.
  • Nickel and a nail is on here also ace of spades - O V Wright (1971)

    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
  • Mud slide slim and the blue horizon - James Taylor (04/1971)

    • Members: Danny Kortchmar, Russ Kunkel, Leland Sklar, James Taylor
    • Guests: Richard Greene, Wayne Jackson, Carole King, Joni Mitchell (RIP: John Hartford, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Peter Asher
  • Sun, moon & herbs - Dr. John (09/1971)

    • Members: Dr John, Tammy Lann, Chris Mercer, Fred Staehle, Steve York (RIP: Ronnie Barron, Graham Bond)
    • Guests: P P Arnold, Jesse Boyce, Victor Brox, Eric Clapton, Walter Davis, Jim Gordon, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Mick Jagger, Jerome Jumonville, Bobby Keys, John Pearson, Jim Price, Calvin ´Fuzzy´ Samuels, Bobby Whitlock (RIP: Ray Draper, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Carl Radle, Doris Troy)
    • Comments: A great artist and performer. Born Mac Rebennack, he has always had the respect of the musicians. This album includes guest collaborations from the complete Eric Clapton band these days, Derek & The Dominos: Eric Clapton (guitar), the late Carl Radle (bass), Bobby Whitlock (keyboards) and Jim Gordon (drums). Plus Mick Jagger (vocals), Graham Bond (sax), Ronnie Barron (keyboards), Steve York (bass), Jesse Boyce (bass), Victor Brox (keyboards), Calvin 'Fuzzy' Samuels (bass), Wayne Jackson & Andrew Love (Memphis Horns), Chris Mercer (sax), Jerome Jumonville (sax), Bobby Keys (sax), etc. Backing vocals by Doris Troy, P.P. Arnold and Shirley Goodman.
  • Memphis menu - Jose Feliciano (1972)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jay Spell (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone)
  • Buddy Guy And Junior Wells play the blues - Buddy Guy / Junior Wells (1972)

    • Members: Buddy Guy (RIP: Phil Guy, A C Reed, Junior Wells)
    • Guests: Barry Altschul, Dr John, Jim Gordon, Jack Hale, Mike Utley (RIP: Andrew Love, Carl Radle)
    • Producer: Eric Clapton, Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Tom Dowd, Ahmet Ertegun)
    • Technical: Ron Albert, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot, Gene Paul
    • Comments: CD reissue is expanded to a 2CD, with many bonus tracks.
  • Bob Mosley - Bob Mosley (1972)

    • Members: Bob Mosley
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Ed Black, Andrew Love)
    • Comments: Recorded in November 1971.
  • Motorcycle mama - Sailcat (1972)

    • Guests: Pete Carr, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Chuck Leavell, Bob Wray (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Let´s stay together - Al Green (February 1972)

    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
    • Technical: (RIP: Pete Welding)
  • I´m still in love with you - Al Green (December 1972)

    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
    • Technical: (RIP: Pete Welding)
  • Inez Foxx at Memphis - Inez Foxx (1973)

    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Wayne Jackson, Bobby Manuel, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Charles Pitts)
    • Producer: Randy Stewart
  • Roy Lee Johnson And The Villagers - Roy Lee Johnson (1973)

    • Guests: Harrison Calloway, Pete Carr, Ben Cauley, Charles Chalmers, Roger Hawkins, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Barry Beckett, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
  • Back for a taste of your love - Syl Johnson (1973)

    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Archie Turner (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
  • To know you is to love you - B B King (1973)

    • Members: B B King
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Larry Washington, Stevie Wonder (RIP: Roland Chambers, Ron Kersey, Andrew Love)
  • On the loose - Denise LaSalle (1973)

    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Howard Grimes, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Shotgun Willie - Willie Nelson (1973)

    • Members: Paul English, Bobbie Nelson, Willie Nelson (RIP: Bee Spears)
    • Guests: David Bromberg, Johnny Gimble, Jeff Gutcheon, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Hugh McDonald, George Rains (RIP: Steve Burgh, Jimmy Day, Donny Hathaway, Waylon Jennings, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Doug Sahm)
    • Producer: David Briggs (RIP: Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Gene Paul
  • Red pump special - Rab Noakes (1973)

    • Members: Rab Noakes
    • Guests: John Christopher, Joe Egan, Jack Hale, Teddy Irwin, Ray Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Weldon Myrick, Shel Talmy, Reggie Young (RIP: Kenny Buttrey, Tommy Cogbill, John Harris, Tommy Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Gerry Rafferty)
  • Nobody´s fool - Dan Penn (1973)

    • Members: Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn
    • Guests: Jeannie Greene, Mary Holladay, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Tommy McClure, Jay Spell, Mike Utley, Bergen White (RIP: Sammy Creason, Charlie Freeman, Andrew Love)
  • Hustlers convention - Lightnin´ Rod (1973)

    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Gene Dinwiddie, Buzzy Feiten, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Neil Larsen, Trevor Lawrence, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Charles Sullivan, Bob Walters (RIP: Dud Bascomb, King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Eric Gale, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Specs Powell, Billy Preston, Richard Tee, Phillip Wilson)
    • Producer: Alan Douglas
    • Technical: Joe Gastwirt
  • Memphis unlimited - O V Wright (1973)

    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Wayne Jackson, Archie Turner (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
  • Explores your mind - Al Green (1974)

    • Guests: Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Archie Turner (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Mose knows - Mose Jones (1974)

  • Friends - B B King (1974)

    • Members: B B King
    • Guests: Will Boulware, Wayne Jackson, Larry Washington (RIP: Roland Chambers, Norman Harris, Ron Kersey, Andrew Love)
  • Gate´s on the heat - Clarence Gatemouth Brown (1975)

    • Members: Calep Emphrey Jr (RIP: Clarence Gatemouth Brown)
    • Guests: Ed Beyer, Fito De La Parra, Wayne Jackson, Joe Jammer, James Shane (RIP: Richard Hite, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Henry Vestine)
    • Comments: CD reissue contains 3 additional tracks.
  • Common sense - John Prine (1975)

    • Guests: Jackson Browne, Peter Bunetta, Paul Cannon, Lewis Collins, Mailto Correa, Chuck Findley, Glenn Frey, Jack Hale, Jim Horn, Brooks Hunnicutt, Wayne Jackson, Jackie Kelso, Larry Muhoberac, Herb Pedersen, Bonnie Raitt, John David Souther, Rick Vito (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Steve Goodman, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Jim Rothermel)
    • Producer: Steve Cropper
    • Technical: (RIP: Ron Capone)
  • Rock a Memphis - Johnny Halliday (05/1975)

    • Members: Jean-Pierre Azoulay, Johnny Halliday, Tim Hinkley
    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Tommy McClure (RIP: Jim Dickinson, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Duane West)
    • Technical: Chris Kimsey
  • You´ve got to stop hurting me, darling - Don Gibson (1976)

    • Members: (RIP: Don Gibson)
    • Guests: Gary Barnacle, Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Martin Dobson, Peter Filleul, Gary Fletcher, Simon Gardner, Bob Hall, Wayne Jackson, Plas Johnson, Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Liz Kitchen, Tom McGuinness, Paddy McHugh, Mike Sanchez, Pete Thoms, Rob Townsend (RIP: Big Joe Duskin, Andrew Love, Katie Webster)
  • Ladies love outlaws - Tom Rush (1976)

    • Members: Trevor Veitch
    • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Bob Boucher, David Bromberg, George Devens, Jerry Friedman, Jack Hale, Carl Hall, Wayne Jackson, Jeff Mironov, Leon Pendarvis, Elliott Randall, Timothy B Schmit, Allan Schwartzberg, Carly Simon, James Taylor (RIP: Bob Babbitt, John Locke, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Tasha Thomas)
  • Another passenger - Carly Simon (1976)

    • Members: Carly Simon
    • Guests: Laurindo Almeida, Paul Barrere, Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Jackson Browne, David Campbell, Dr John, Victor Feldman, Glenn Frey, Bob Glaub, Kenny Gradney, Robert Greenidge, John Hartman, Ellen Kearney, Jim Keltner, Michael McDonald, Andy Newmark, Novi Novag, Bill Payne, Tiran Porter, Linda Ronstadt, Patrick Simmons, Fred Tackett, James Taylor, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Stephen Bruton, Nick DeCaro, Lowell George, Andrew Gold, Richie Hayward, Milt Holland, Rick Jaeger, Keith Knudsen, Andrew Love, Bud Shank, Alex Taylor)
  • Star portrait - Ann Peebles (1977)

    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Howard Grimes, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Archie Turner (RIP: Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
  • Luna sea - Firefall (07/1977)

    • Members: Mark Andes, Jock Bartley, Larry Burnett, David Muse, Rick Roberts (RIP: Michael Clarke)
    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Skip Edwards, Alan Estes, Venetta Fields, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Clydie King, Joe Lala, Shirley Matthews, Nelson Flaco Padron, Timothy B Schmit (RIP: Jerry Aiello, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Border affair - Lee Clayton (1978)

    • Guests: Philip Donnelly, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Jimmy Day, Andrew Love, Andrew McMahon)
  • James Griffin - James Griffin (1978)

    • Members: (RIP: Jimmy Griffin)
    • Guests: David Gates, Jim Gordon, Jack Hale, Jim Horn, Wayne Jackson, David Paich, Dean Parks (RIP: Mike Botts, Byrd Burton, Larry Knechtel, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: (RIP: Marty Paich)
  • Grand arrival - Bryn Haworth (1978)

    • Members: Bryn Haworth
    • Guests: Jesse Boyce, Harold Bradley, Sam Bush, Jerry Carrigan, John Cowan, Buddy Emmons, Karl Himmel, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, Wayne Jackson, Sheldon Kurland, Farrell Morris, Joe Osborn, Billy Puett, Hargus Pig Robbins, Billy Sanford, George Tidwell, Bobby Wood (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Buddy Harman, Courtney Johnson, Andrew Love)
  • Nicolette - Nicolette Larson (1978)

    • Members: (RIP: Nicolette Larson)
    • Guests: Paul Barrere, James Burton, Valerie Carter, Victor Feldman, Chuck Findley, Bob Glaub, Jimmie Haskell, Jim Horn, Plas Johnson, Mark Jordan, Albert Lee, Steve Madaio, Michael McDonald, Bill Payne, Herb Pedersen, Linda Ronstadt, Rick Schlosser, Sid Sharp, Patrick Simmons, Fred Tackett, Klaus Voormann (RIP: Bobby LaKind, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • Hi - Elizabeth Barraclough (1979)

    • Guests: (RIP: Paul Butterfield, Andrew Love, Willie Mitchell)
  • Everything you´ve heard is true - Tom Johnston (1979)

    • Members: Tom Johnston
    • Guests: Greg Adams, Paul Barrere, Emilio Castillo, Ben Cauley, Rick Chudacoff, Lewis Collins, David Garibaldi, Mic Gillette, Bob Glaub, Jack Hale, Mark Jordan, Jerome Jumonville, Jim Keltner, Stephen ´Doc´ Kupka, Michael McDonald, David Paich, Bill Payne, Lenny Pickett, Rick Schlosser, Paul Stallworth (RIP: Keith Knudsen, Nicolette Larson, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • Kilo - Kilo (1979)

    • Members: (RIP: Jasper Phillips)
    • Guests: Donald Brown, Ben Cauley, Jack Hale (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Ronnie Williams
  • Lauren Wood - Lauren Wood (1979)

    • Guests: Mike Baird, Rosemary Butler, Ben Cauley, Bill Champlin, Steve Forman, Jay Graydon, David Hungate, Jerome Jumonville, Jim Keltner, Bobby Kimball, John Klemmer, Abraham Laboriel, Arno Lucas, Steve Lukather, Duncan Mackay, Michael McDonald, Novi Novag, Bill Payne, Rick Schlosser, Patrick Simmons, Fred Tackett, Alvin Taylor, Jai Winding (RIP: Bobby Lakind, Nicolette Larson, Andrew Love, Ronnie Montrose, Jeff Porcaro)
    • Producer: Ted Templeman
  • Makin´ music - Roy Clark / Clarence ´Gatemouth´ Brown (12/1979)

    • Members: (RIP: Clarence Gatemouth Brown)
    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Venetta Fields, Tony Garnier, Jack Hale, Jim Keltner, Shirley Matthews, Airto Moreira, Steve Ripley (RIP: Paulette Brown, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Come see me about me - Tracy Nelson (1980)

    • Members: Tracy Nelson
    • Guests: Steve Brantley, Wayne Jackson, Billy Puett, Lisa Silver (RIP: Andrew Love, Andrew McMahon)
  • Man´s best friend - Livingston Taylor (1980)

    • Guests: Larry Carlton, Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Steve Cropper, Paulinho Da Costa, Scott Edwards, Victor Feldman, Gary Foster, Tommy Funderburk, Ed Greene, Jack Hale, Don Henley, Howard Kaylan, Tom Kelly, Russ Kunkel, Rick Schlosser, Neil Stubenhaus, Mark Volman, Jai Winding (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Jeff Porcaro)
    • Producer: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, John Boylan
  • North South - Paul Butterfield (1981)

    • Members: (RIP: Paul Butterfield)
    • Guests: Jack Hale, James Hooker, Wayne Jackson, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love, Willie Mitchell)
  • Sincerely yours - Gary Chapman (1981)

    • Guests: Chad Cromwell (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Dana Key)
  • Sweet sweet - Burton Cummings (1981)

    • Members: Burton Cummings
    • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Lenny Castro, Steve Cropper, Jack Hale, Jerry Hey, Jim Horn, Clydene Jackson, Steve Lukather, Bill Payne, Rick Schlosser, Fred Tackett, Julia Tillman Waters, Maxine Willard Waters (RIP: Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Should I do it - Tanya Tucker (1981)

    • Members: (RIP: Jerry Swallow)
    • Guests: John Bahler, Bill Cuomo, Buzzy Feiten, Chuck Findley, Emmylou Harris, Jerry Hey, Ron Hicklin, Jim Horn, Jay Dee Maness, Billy McCubbon, Larry Muhoberac, Dean Parks, Herb Pedersen, Lee Ritenour, Rick Schlosser, Leland Sklar, Fred Tackett, Jai Winding (RIP: Nick DeCaro, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • Brand new start - Mylon LeFevre (1982)

    • Members: Mylon LeFevre
    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Phil Driscoll, Jack Hale (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • R&BA - B A Robertson (1982)

    • Members: B A Robertson
    • Guests: Billy Bremner, Ben Cauley, Alan Gorrie, Jack Hale, Billy Livsey, Cliff Richard, Vaneese Thomas (RIP: Graham Jarvis, Andrew Love)
  • New year - Tom Rush (1982)

    • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, George Devens, Jerry Friedman, Jack Hale, Carl Hall, Wayne Jackson, Jeff Mironov, Leon Pendarvis, Elliott Randall, Timothy B Schmit, Allan Schwartzberg, Carly Simon, James Taylor (RIP: Bob Babbitt, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Tasha Thomas)
  • Sheep in wolves clothing - Mylon LeFevre & Broken Heart (1985)

    • Members: Mylon LeFevre
    • Guests: Philip Bailey, Rick Cua, Joe English, Leon Patillo (RIP: Andrew Love, Larry Norman)
  • Second sight - Lonnie Mack (1986)

    • Members: Lonnie Mack
    • Guests: Tim Drummond, Terry Evans, Willie Greene, Wayne Jackson, Jim Keltner, Bobby King (RIP: Andrew Love, Stan Szelest)
  • Zucchero - Zucchero (1986)

    • Members: Eric Daniel, Lisa Hunt, Rosario Jermano, Polo Jones, David Sancious, James Thompson, Zucchero
    • Guests: Eric Clapton, Wayne Jackson, Paul Young (RIP: Homer Banks, Clarence Clemons, Andrew Love, Rufus Thomas)
    • Producer: Corrado Rustici
  • Kick the wall - Jimmy Davis & Junction (1987)

  • Hot number - Fabulous Thunderbirds (1987)

    • Guests: Jack Hale, Jim Horn, Wayne Jackson, Chuck Leavell (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Dave Edmunds
  • Sugar ditch revisited (EP) - Tav Falco Panther Burns (1987)

    • Members: (RIP: Alex Chilton)
    • Guests: Ben Cauley (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Jim Dickinson)
    • Comments: Recorded in 1984 and 1985.
  • The Gift - Joe Louis Walker (1987)

  • Feels good to be forgiven - Eddie DeGarmo (1988)

  • Blues - Phillip Walker (1988)

    • Members: (RIP: Phillip Walker)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love, James Thomas)
  • The Swamp boogie queen - Katie Webster (1988)

    • Members: (RIP: Katie Webster)
    • Guests: Tony Coleman, Russell Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Bonnie Raitt (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Roll with it - Steve Winwood (1988)

    • Members: Bashiri Johnson, Mike Lawler, Paul Pesco, Steve Winwood
    • Guests: Jimmy Bralower, Wayne Jackson, Robbie Kilgore, Tessa Niles, John Robinson, Mark Williamson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Tom Lord-Alge
  • Back for more - The Blues Band (1989)

    • Members: Gary Fletcher, Paul Jones, Dave Kelly, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend
    • Guests: Gary Barnacle, Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Martin Dobson, Peter Filleul, Simon Gardner, Bob Hall, Wayne Jackson, Plas Johnson, Liz Kitchen, Paddy McHugh, Mike Sanchez, Pete Thoms (RIP: Big Joe Duskin, Andrew Love, Katie Webster)
  • Sudden stop - Colin James (1989)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Bonnie Raitt, Bobby Whitlock (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Storm front - Billy Joel (10/1989)

    • Members: David Brown, Schuyler Deale, Liberty DeVitto, Jeff Jacobs, Billy Joel, Crystal Taliefero
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Kevin Jones, Mick Jones, Curtis King, Richard Marx, Sammy Merendino, Lenny Pickett, Joe Lynn Turner, Brenda White King (RIP: Don Brooks, Frank Floyd, Andrew Love, Arif Mardin)
    • Technical: Ted Jensen, Tom Lord-Alge
  • Brickyard road - Johnny Van Zant (1990)

    • Members: Johnny Van Zant
    • Guests: Bill Cuomo, Denny Fongheiser, Vicki Hampton, Dann Huff, Wayne Jackson, Tim Pierce (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Closer to the flame - Dave Edmunds (04/1990)

    • Members: Dave Charles, Phil Chen, Dave Edmunds
    • Guests: Crispin Cioe, Bob Funk, Jack Hale, Arno Hecht, Jim Horn, Wayne Jackson, Jim Keltner, Chuck Leavell, Paul Litteral (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Fat city - The Blues Band (1991)

    • Members: Gary Fletcher, Tom McGuinness, Rob Townsend
    • Guests: Ray Beavis, Dyan Birch, Frank Collins, Peter Filleul, Benny Gallagher, Chris Gower, Bob Hall, Dick Hanson, Wayne Jackson, Liz Kitchen, Paddy McHugh, Geraint Watkins (RIP: Nat Adderley, John ´Irish´ Earle, Andrew Love)
  • Damn right, I´ve got the blues - Buddy Guy (1991)

    • Members: Buddy Guy, Greg Rzab
    • Guests: Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, Sid Gauld, Neil Hubbard, Wayne Jackson, Carol Kenyon, Katie Kissoon, Mark Knopfler, Tessa Niles, Neil Sidwell, Mick Weaver, Pete Wingfield (RIP: Richie Hayward, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: John Porter
  • Shake me up - Little Feat (1991)

    • Members: Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton, Craig Fuller, Kenny Gradney, Shaun Murphy, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett (RIP: Richie Hayward)
    • Guests: Valerie Carter, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Producer: George Massenburg
  • Can´t get away from this dog - Rufus Thomas (1991)

    • Members: (RIP: Rufus Thomas)
    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Phil DeLancie
    • Comments: Collection of unreleased tracks.
  • A Little something extra - William Bell (1992)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: (RIP: Isaac Hayes)
    • Technical: Phil DeLancie
    • Comments: Collection of unreleased tracks.
  • After hours - Gary Moore (1992)

    • Members: Bob Daisley, Martin Drover, Frank Mead, Nick Payn, Nick Pentelow, Graham Walker (RIP: Tommy Eyre, Gary Moore)
    • Guests: Anton Fig, Wayne Jackson, Carol Kenyon, B B King, Will Lee, Linda Taylor, Mick Weaver, Gavyn Wright (RIP: Albert Collins, Andrew Love)
  • Hidden gems - Carla Thomas (1992)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Phil DeLancie
    • Comments: Collection of unreleased tracks recorded from 1960 to 1968.
  • John McVie´s Gotta Band with Lola Thomas - John McVie (05/1992)

    • Members: John McVie
    • Guests: Billy Burnette, Brad Dutz, George Hawkins, Wayne Jackson, Jim Pugh, Mick Taylor (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Bernie Grundman
  • Collins mix (the best of) - Albert Collins (1993)

    • Members: Steve Howard, Coco Montoya, Jon Smith (RIP: Albert Collins)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, B B King, Branford Marsalis, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love, Gary Moore)
    • Producer: Jim Gaines
  • Don´t look back - Al Green (1993)

    • Guests: Tawatha Agee, Charles Chalmers, Robin Clark, Tommy Faragher, Wayne Jackson, Bashiri Johnson, Will Lee, Paulette McWilliams, Cindy Mizelle, David Palmer, Paul Pesco, Bernard Purdie, Roger Rosenberg, Andy Snitzer, Curtis Stigers, Fonzi Thornton, Doug Wimbish (RIP: Andrew Love, Richard Tee)
    • Technical: Dave Anderson, Tchad Blake
  • Very blue highway - Eddie Hinton (1993)

    • Members: (RIP: Eddie Hinton)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Ron Levy (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Crossing bridges - Kinsey Report (1993)

    • Members: Donald Kinsey (RIP: Lester ´Big Daddy´ Kinsey)
    • Guests: (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Rio Grande - Eddy Mitchell (06/1993)

    • Guests: Steve Donnelly, Michel Gaucher, Chris Glen, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Bill Liesegang, Graham Walker, Snowy White, Reggie Young (RIP: Tommy Eyre, Andrew Love)
    • Comments: Eddy Mitchell is a French singer quite famous in his country. He has a long discography, but this is a special album. Part of the sessions were held in London, and the rest of the album was recorded in Alabama. The British sessions (5 songs) feature great names: Snowy White (guitar), Billy Liesegang (guitar), Steve Donnelly (guitar), Chris Glen (bass), Tommy Eyre (keyboards), Wayne Jackson (trumpet, trombone), Andrew Love (sax), Graham Walker (drums).
      The American sessions were held at legendary Muscle Shoals Studios, with the usual personnel there: the fantastic Reggie Young (guitar), Will McFarland (guitar), David Hood (bass), Roger Hawkins (drums), and again: Wayne Jackson (trumpet, trombone) and Andrew Love (sax).
  • The Crossing - Paul Young (October 1993)

    • Members: Pino Palladino, Paul Young
    • Guests: Charlie Bisharat, Robbie Buchanan, David Campbell, Lenny Castro, Luis Conte, Larry Corbett, Jim Cox, Kevin Dorsey, Alan Estes, Davey Faragher, Jim Gilstrap, Mark Goldenberg, Ed Greene, Willie Greene, Portia Griffin, Gary Herbig, Neil Hubbard, Hutch Hutchinson, Mark Isham, Paul Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Suzie Katayama, Adrian Lee, Arno Lucas, Sylvia Mason-James, Tommy Morgan, Jamie Muhoberac, Novi Novag, Dean Parks, Greg Phillinganes, Darryl Phinnessee, Tim Renwick, Angel Rogers, Anita Sherman, Leslie Smith, Linda Taylor, Benmont Tench, Lee R Thornburg, Peter Van Hooke, Freddie Washington, Kirk Whalum, Jessica Williams, Reggie Young (RIP: Jon Clarke, Larry Knechtel, Andrew Love, Jeff Porcaro, Billy Preston, Myrna Smith, Bob Thiele)
    • Producer: Christopher Neil, Don Was
    • Technical: Ed Cherney, Bob Clearmountain, Chris Lord-Alge, George Massenburg, Rik Pekkonen, Marnie Riley, Bill Schnee
    • Comments: This album has collaborations by Tim Renwick (guitar), Neil Hubbard (guitar), Mark Goldenberg (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Reggie Young (guitar, a great country musician), Billy Preston (keyboards), Adrian Lee (keyboards, bass), Benmont Tench (guitar, from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers), Larry Knetchel (keyboards), Greg Phillinganes (keyboards), Martin Page (keyboards), Bob Thiele (keyboards), Jim Cox (keyboards), Robbie Buchanan (keyboards), Pino Palladino (bass), James 'Hutch' Hutchinson (bass), Davey Faragher (bass), Mark Isham (trumpet), The Memphis Horns, Lenny Castro (percussion), Jeff Porcaro (drums), Ed Greene (drums), Peter Van Hooke (drums), Don Was (producer).
  • Back to the well - Don Nix (1994)

    • Members: Don Nix
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Jim Spake, Jay Spell, Greg ´Fingers´ Taylor (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Give out but don´t give up - Primal Scream (1994)

    • Guests: Tony Brock, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Benmont Tench (RIP: Jim Dickinson, Andrew Love)
  • Break the ice - The Preston Shannon Band (1994)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Billy Ross, Archie Turner (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Miserere - Zucchero (01/1994)

    • Members: Rosario Jermano, Polo Jones, Corrado Rustici, David Sancious, Michael Shrieve, Mino Vergnaghi, Zucchero
    • Guests: Lance Ellington, Wayne Jackson, Carol Kenyon, Tessa Niles, Karl Perazzo, Linda Taylor, Peter John Vettesse (RIP: Michael Kamen, Andrew Love, Luciano Pavarotti)
    • Technical: Tony Cousins
  • Longing in their hearts - Bonnie Raitt (March 1994)

    • Members: Debra Dobkin, Ricky Fataar, Marty Grebb, Hutch Hutchinson, George Marinelli, Bonnie Raitt (RIP: Stephen Bruton)
    • Guests: Sweet Pea Atkinson, Harry Bowens, David Campbell, John Clark, Larry Corbett, David Crosby, Paulinho Da Costa, Mitchell Froom, Mark Goldenberg, Wayne Jackson, Suzie Katayama, David Lasley, Arnold McCuller, Charlie Musselwhite, Benmont Tench, Richard Thompson, Scott Thurston (RIP: Levon Helm, Andrew Love, Bob Thiele)
    • Producer: Don Was
    • Technical: Ed Cherney
  • Big Blue - Lee Rocker´s Big Blue (07/1994)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Ian McLagan, Scotty Moore (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Technical: Wally Traugott
  • Un Buen momento - M-Clan (1995)

    • Members: Santiago Campillo, Juan Antonio Otero, Ricardo Ruiperez, Pascual Saura, Carlos Tarque, IƱigo Uribe
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Susan Marshall (RIP: Andrew Love, Robert Nighthawk)
  • Blues of the month club - Joe Louis Walker (1995)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Tony Saunders (RIP: Andrew Love, Michael Robinson)
  • Spirito di vino - Zucchero (1995)

    • Members: Lisa Hunt, Rosario Jermano, Polo Jones, Luciano Luisi, Corrado Rustici, David Sancious, Mino Vergnaghi, Zucchero
    • Guests: Jeff Beck, Sheila E Escovedo, Wayne Jackson, Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles, Leo Nocentelli (RIP: Johnnie Johnson, Andrew Love)
  • Branded - Isaac Hayes (May 1995)

  • Your heart´s in good hands - Al Green (November 1995)

    • Guests: Tommy Faragher, Sandy Griffith, Wayne Jackson, Skyler Jett, Bashiri Johnson, Will Lee, Paulette McWilliams, Cindy Mizelle, David Palmer, Paul Pesco, Bernard Purdie, Nikki Richards, Roger Rosenberg, Andy Snitzer, Curtis Stigers, Narada Michael Walden, Doug Wimbish (RIP: Andrew Love, Richard Tee)
    • Technical: Dave Anderson, Tchad Blake, Mark Plati
  • Mercury falling - Sting (03/1996)

    • Members: Vinnie Colaiuta, Branford Marsalis, Dominic Miller, Gerry Richardson, Sting (RIP: Kenny Kirkland)
    • Guests: Lance Ellington, Wayne Jackson, Shirley Lewis (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Houston, TX Telephone Road - Mark May & The Agitators (1997)

    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love, Bill Wells)
    • Comments: Recorded in 1997.
  • Tear off! - Box Tops (1998)

  • Memphis - Jean Jacques Milteau (2001)

    • Guests: Jack Hale, Steve Potts, Jim Spake, Michael Toles (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Ebony & irony - Tracy Nelson (2001)

    • Members: Tracy Nelson
    • Guests: Steve Conn, John Cowan, Terry Hanck, Mike Henderson, Wayne Jackson, Darryl Jones, Jim Pugh, Reese Wynans, Andrea Zonn (RIP: Andrew Love)
  • Soul activated - Curtis Salgado (2001)

    • Members: Curtis Salgado
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Bruce Carter, Andrew Love)
  • Memphis in the morning - Mem Shannon (2001)

  • I can´t stop - Al Green (2003)

    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Jack Hale, Steve Potts, Jim Spake (RIP: Andrew Love, Charles Pitts)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
    • Comments: Recorded during March and April 2003.
  • Everything´s OK - Al Green (March 2005)

    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Jack Hale, Bobby Manuel, Steve Potts, Jim Spake (RIP: Andrew Love, Charles Pitts)
    • Producer: Michael Cuscuna (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
    • Technical: Scott Bomar, Bernie Grundman
  • Rare stamps - Eddie Floyd ( - )

    • Members: Eddie Floyd
    • Guests: Ben Cauley, Steve Cropper, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love)
  • What the funk? - Stevie Hawkins ( - )

    • Guests: Jocelyn Brown, Don Harris, Bill Holman, Wayne Jackson, Jaroslav Jakubovic, Birch Johnson, Tony Lindsay, Lou Marini, Joe Vitale, Chuck Webb (RIP: Kenny Craddock, Andrew Love, Alan Rubin)
  • Over the fence - Sluggers ( - )

  • Two-fisted mama! - Katie Webster ( - )

    • Members: (RIP: Katie Webster)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson (RIP: Andrew Love)
    • Comments: Recorded in 1989.
COMPILATIONS (SESSIONS) (26 credits)
  • Wilson Pickett´s greatest hits - Wilson Pickett (1973)

    • Members: (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Wilson Pickett)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Dennis Coffey, Steve Cropper, Bobby Emmons, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Cissy Houston, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Jimmy Johnson, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham, Bobby Womack, Reggie Young, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Duane Allman, Tippy Armstrong, Packy Axton, Ron Baker, Barry Beckett, Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Roland Chambers, Judy Clay, Harold Cowart, King Curtis, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Norman Harris, Isaac Hayes, Eddie Hinton, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
  • An Anthology vol II - Duane Allman (1974)

    • Members: Pete Carr, Jaimoe Jai Johanson (RIP: Duane Allman)
    • Guests: Gregg Allman, Dickey Betts, Bonnie Bramlett, Sam Clayton, Scott Cushnie, Ronnie Eades, Aretha Franklin, Roger Hawkins, Ronnie Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Jimmy Johnson, Tommy McClure, Mark Naftalin, Robert ´Pops´ Popwell, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Boz Scaggs, Butch Trucks, Mike Utley (RIP: Barry Beckett, Delaney Bramlett, Arthur Conley, Sammy Creason, King Curtis, Jim Dickinson, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Cornell Dupree, Charlie Freeman, Eddie Hinton, Johnny Jenkins, King Biscuit Boy, Andrew Love, Ralph MacDonald, Herbie Mann, James Mitchell, Berry Oakley, Wilson Pickett, Richard Tee)
    • Producer: Nick Gravenites, Phil Ramone (RIP: Mike Bloomfield, Tom Dowd, Arif Mardin, Jerry Wexler)
    • Technical: Howard Albert, Ron Albert, Chuck Kirkpatrick
    • Comments: More material from sessions played by Duane Allman (Delaney & Bonnie, Wilson Pickett, Ronnie Hawkins, etc.), as well as tracks by The Hour Glass or The Allman Brothers Band.
  • Prime Prine - the best of John Prine - John Prine (1976)

    • Guests: David Briggs, Peter Bunetta, Paul Cannon, John Christopher, Lewis Collins, Mailto Correa, Steve Cropper, Bobby Emmons, Jack Hale, Cissy Houston, Brooks Hunnicutt, Wayne Jackson, Mike Leech, Kenny Malone, Larry Muhoberac, Bonnie Raitt, Rick Vito, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Judy Clay, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Steve Goodman, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Jim Rothermel)
    • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
  • King of the blues - B B King (1992)

    • Members: Phil Blackman, James Bolden, John Browning, Joseph Burton, John Willie Cook, Calep Emphrey Jr, Sonny Freeman, Wilbert Freeman, Milton Hopkins, Louis Hubert, Russell Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, B B King, Lonny LaLanne, Ron Levy, Steve Sherard, Edgar Synigal, James Toney (RIP: Leonard Gill, Calvin Owens, Earl Turbinton, Pat Williams)
    • Guests: Albert Aarons, Arthur Adams, Joshie Armstead, Kenny Aronoff, Wilbur Bascomb, George Bohanon, Oscar Brashear, Garnett Brown, Bobby Bryant, Will Calhoun, Lenny Castro, Merry Clayton, George Coleman, Ronnie Cuber, Paulinho Da Costa, Bob Daisley, Bert De Coteaux, Quitman Dennis, Gene Dinwiddie, Debra Dobkin, Dr John, Martin Drover, Wilton Felder, Victor Feldman, Venetta Fields, Anton Fig, Chuck Findley, Lisa Fischer, James Gadson, Bryan Garofalo, Jim Gordon, Gary Grant, William Green, Ed Greene, Carl Hall, Paul Harris, Jimmie Haskell, Gary Herbig, Jerry Hey, John Hobbs, Stix Hooper, Bunny Hull, Kim Hutchcroft, Hutch Hutchinson, Fred Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Jim Keltner, Carol Kenyon, Randy Kerber, Bobby Keys, Carole King, Clydie King, Al Kooper, Russ Kunkel, Michael Landau, Neil Larsen, Trevor Lawrence, Will Lee, Herb Lovell, Steve Madaio, Tom Malone, Shirley Matthews, Hugh McCracken, Kurt McGettrick, Frank Mead, Cindy Mizelle, Bob Morin, Ira Newborn, Frank Owens, Ray Parker, Dean Parks, Nick Payn, Nick Pentelow, Valerie Pinkston-Mayo, Robert ´Pops´ Popwell, Al Porcino, Jim Price, Bernard Purdie, Bonnie Raitt, Waymon Reed, Lee Ritenour, Leon Russell, Joe Sample, David Sanborn, David Spinozza, Ringo Starr, Neil Stubenhaus, Linda Taylor, Julia Tillman Waters, Nana Vasconcelos, Klaus Voormann, Graham Walker, Joe Walsh, Freddie Washington, Larry Washington, Luther Waters, Oren Waters, Ernie Watts, Maxine Willard Waters, Larry Williams, Stevie Wonder, Gary Wright (RIP: Johnny Ace, Irving Ashby, Ron Baker, Ronnie Barron, Roland Bautista, Johnny Board, Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Paulette Brown, Red Callender, Conte Candoli, Roland Chambers, Mahlon Clark, Hank Crawford, Jesse Ed Davis, Maxwell Davis, Hobart Dotson, Cornell Dupree, Tommy Eyre, Fred Ford, Earl Forest, Jimmy Forrest, Lloyd Glenn, Paul Griffin, Norman Harris, Al Hendrickson, Red Holloway, Oliver Jackson, Johnny Jones, Ron Kersey, Andrew Love, Gary Moore, David ´Fathead´ Newman, Benny Powell, Jerome Richardson, Jimmy Rowles, Ernie Royal, Louis Satterfield, Woody Shaw, Willie Smith, Tasha Thomas, Juan Tizol, Big Joe Turner, Lloyd Ulyate, Cato Walker, Ben Webster, Don Wilkerson, Snooky Young)
    • Producer: Esmond Edwards, Jimmy Iovine, Quincy Jones, Stewart Levine, Ed Michel, Vernon Reid, Bill Szymczyk, Don Was (RIP: Sid Feller, Bob Thiele)
    • Technical: Bill Inglot, Shelly Yakus
    • Comments: King of the blues is a 4CD boxset, comprising tracks from his very long career. So, the list of musicians featured is just endless. Tommy Eyre appears here because of the inclusion of the track ´Since I met you baby´ recorded by Gary Moore with B.B. King guesting. Other musicians who'll be covered in my site someday are: Kenny Aaronoff (drums), Wilbur Bascomb (bass), Merry Clayton (vocals), Bob Daisley (bass), Martin Drover (trumpet), Cornell Dupree (guitar), Venetta Fields (vocals), Anton Fig (drums), Jim Gordon (drums), Wayne Jackson (sax), Jim Keltner (drums), Carol Kenyon (vocals), Clydie King (vocals), Al Kooper (keyboards), Russ Kunkel (drums), Michael Landau (guitar), Will Lee (bass), Andrew Love (horns), Hugh McCracken (guitar), Frank Mead (horns), Gary Moore (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Nick Payne (horns), Nick Pentelow (sax), Bernard Purdie (drums), Neil Stubenhaus (bass), Klaus Voormann (bass), Ernie Watts (sax). This will take me my whole life! :)
  • A Man and a half - the best of Wilson Pickett - Wilson Pickett (April 1992)

    • Members: (RIP: Tommy Cogbill, Wilson Pickett)
    • Guests: Charles Chalmers, Dennis Coffey, Steve Cropper, Bobby Emmons, Eddie Floyd, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Cissy Houston, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Jimmy Johnson, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman, Spooner Oldham, Bobby Womack, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young, Tubby Ziegler (RIP: Duane Allman, Tippy Armstrong, Packy Axton, Ron Baker, Barry Beckett, Eddie ´Bongo´ Brown, Roland Chambers, Judy Clay, Harold Cowart, King Curtis, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Norman Harris, Isaac Hayes, Eddie Hinton, Ivory Joe Hunter, Al Jackson, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Ralph Middlebrooks, James Mitchell, Clarence Satchell, Robert Ward)
    • Producer: (RIP: Tom Dowd, Jerry Wexler)
  • The Ultimate collection - Albert King (1993)

    • Members: Roger Hawkins, David Hood (RIP: Barry Beckett, Albert King)
    • Guests: George Bohanon, Bobby Bryant, Ben Cauley, Lewis Collins, Steve Cropper, Bert De Coteaux, Scott Edwards, King Errisson, James Gadson, Jay Graydon, Lani Groves, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Paul Humphrey, Fred Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Jimmy Johnson, Booker T Jones, Bobby Manuel, Leo Nocentelli, Wayne Perkins, Jerry Peters, Greg Poree, George Porter, Chuck Rainey, Joe Sample, Julia Tillman Waters, Michael Toles, Wah Wah Watson, Fred Wesley, Maxine Willard Waters, Deniece Williams, Bob Zimmitti (RIP: Tippy Armstrong, Packy Axton, Henry Davis, Willie Dixon, Steve Douglas, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Eddie Hinton, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, Odie Payne, Wardell Quezergue, Rudy Robinson)
    • Producer: Don Nix, Allen Toussaint
  • The Best of Tony Joe White - Tony Joe White (1993)

    • Guests: David Briggs, Jerry Carrigan, Charles Chalmers, Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Wayne Jackson, Kenny Malone, Tommy McClure, Norbert Putnam, Mike Utley, Bergen White (RIP: Tippy Armstrong, Ronnie Barron, Barry Beckett, Sammy Creason, John Hughey, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: Peter Asher (RIP: Tom Dowd)
    • Technical: Lee Herschberg
  • All killer no filler - anthology - Jerry Lee Lewis (May 1993)

    • Members: (RIP: Buddy Harman)
    • Guests: John Allen, John Bahler, Brenton Banks, Hal Blaine, Harold Bradley, Paul Cannon, Jerry Carrigan, Steve Chapman, Steve Cropper, John Duke, Ray Edenton, Stan Farber, Matthew Fisher, Pete Gavin, Carl Gorodetzky, Lloyd Green, Jim Haas, Jack Hale, Ron Hicklin, Chas Hodges, Ginger Holladay, Mary Holladay, Wayne Jackson, Kenny Jones, Mike Kellie, Jerry Kennedy, Sheldon Kurland, Albert Lee, Alvin Lee, Mike Leech, Tim May, Charlie McCoy, Bob Moore, Scotty Moore, Weldon Myrick, Louis Nunley, Charles Owens, June Page, Dave Parlato, Brian Parrish, Ray Phillips, Billy Puett, Hargus Pig Robbins, Dale Sellers, Pete Shannon, Jerry Shook, Ray Smith, Klaus Voormann, Bergen White, Hurshel Wiginton, Gary Wright, Chip Young (RIP: Tony Ashton, Kenny Buttrey, Fred Carter Jr, Pete Drake, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Hoyt Hawkins, Al Jackson, Dave Kirby, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Neal Matthews Jr, James Mitchell, Billy Lee Riley, Billy Strange, Bobby Thompson, Mack Vickery, Joe Zinkan)
    • Producer: Bones Howe (RIP: Huey P Meaux, Sam Phillips, Shelby Singleton)
    • Technical: Bill Inglot, Ken Perry
  • Great days - the John Prine anthology - John Prine (August 1993)

    • Members: Phil Parlapiano
    • Guests: Ken Ascher, David Briggs, David Bromberg, Jackson Browne, Peter Bunetta, John Burns, Paul Cannon, John Christopher, Lewis Collins, Mailto Correa, Steve Cropper, Philip Donnelly, Stuart Duncan, Bobby Emmons, Steve Fishell, Glenn Frey, Donnie Fritts, Bob Glaub, Jack Hale, Glen D Hardin, James Harrah, Cissy Houston, Brooks Hunnicutt, Wayne Jackson, John Jorgenson, Mike Leech, Kenny Malone, Jay Dee Maness, Hugh McDonald, Larry Muhoberac, Tony Newman, Greg Prestopino, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Lee Schell, John Sebastian, Jerry Shook, John David Souther, Benmont Tench, Mike Utley, Rick Vito, Jennifer Warnes, Kevin Wells, Bobby Whitlock, Reggie Young (RIP: Barry Beckett, Steve Burgh, Judy Clay, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Howie Epstein, Steve Goodman, Andrew Love, Grady Martin, James Mitchell, Dee Murray, Jim Rothermel)
    • Producer: (RIP: Arif Mardin)
    • Technical: Bill Inglot, Ken Perry
  • The Evolution of Mann: the Herbie Mann anthology - Herbie Mann (1994)

    • Members: Roy Ayers, Andy Muson, Pat Rebillot, Ben Tucker (RIP: Herbie Mann, David ´Fathead´ Newman, Sonny Sharrock)
    • Guests: Gladstone Anderson, Cyro Baptista, Rubens Bassini, Sam Burtis, Rudy Collins, Chick Corea, Larry Coryell, Richard Davis, Aynsley Dunbar, Bobby Emmons, Jerry Friedman, Steve Gadd, Alan Gorrie, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Cissy Houston, Chuck Israels, Wayne Jackson, Albert Lee, Mike Leech, Tony Levin, Elmer Louis, Bob Mann, Rick Marotta, Hugh McCracken, Jeff Mironov, Jimmy Owens, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Barry Rogers, Ricky Sebastian, Mark Soskin, Nabil Totah, Willie Weeks, Buddy Williams, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Pepper Adams, Duane Allman, Ray Barretto, Barry Beckett, Doc Cheatham, King Curtis, Cornell Dupree, Ray Ellis, Bill Evans, Stephane Grappelli, Hagood Hardy, Eddie Hinton, Quentin Jackson, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Phil Kraus, Mel Lewis, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, Ralph MacDonald, Earl May, Donald McDonald, James Mitchell, Paul Motian, Paulo Moura, Joe Newman, Charlie Palmieri, Baden Powell, Sylvia Shemwell, Richard Tee, Patato Valdes, Torrie Zito)
    • Producer: (RIP: Joel Dorn, Tom Dowd, Ahmet Ertegun, Nesuhi Ertegun, Arif Mardin)
    • Technical: Gene Paul
  • Gee whiz - the best of Carla Thomas - Carla Thomas (July 1994)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Howard Grimes, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, David Spinozza, Lewis Steinberg (RIP: Packy Axton, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Isaac Hayes, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, Specs Powell, Otis Redding)
  • Mercy mercy - the definitive Don Covay - Don Covay (October 1994)

    • Guests: Steve Cropper, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Milton Hopkins, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Booker T Jones, Floyd Newman, Chris Parker, Bernard Purdie, Warren Smith (RIP: Dud Bascomb, Willie Bobo, Charles Brown, King Curtis, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Paul Griffin, Haywood Henry, Al Jackson, Melvin Lastie, Andrew Love)
  • Lucille & friends - B B King (1995)

    • Members: Milton Hopkins, B B King, James Toney
    • Guests: Albert Aarons, Oscar Brashear, Garnett Brown, Merry Clayton, Paulinho Da Costa, Quitman Dennis, Dr John, Wilton Felder, Venetta Fields, Chuck Findley, Mick Fleetwood, Bryan Garofalo, Jim Gordon, Gary Grant, Diva Gray, Marty Grebb, Jimmie Haskell, Stix Hooper, Kim Hutchcroft, Paul Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Bashiri Johnson, Clydie King, Russ Kunkel, Steve Madaio, Branford Marsalis, Shirley Matthews, Stevie Nicks, Ray Parker, Dean Parks, Jim Price, Jim Pugh, Vernon Reid, Leon Russell, Joe Sample, Ringo Starr, Vaneese Thomas, Julia Tillman Waters, Klaus Voormann, Joe Walsh, Larry Washington, Luther Waters, Oren Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Larry Williams, Stevie Wonder, Gary Wright (RIP: Roland Chambers, Albert Collins, Norman Harris, Red Holloway, John Lee Hooker, Johnny Jones, Ron Kersey, Andrew Love, Gary Moore, Benny Powell, Jerome Richardson, Roy Rogers, Grover Washington Jr, Snooky Young)
    • Producer: Esmond Edwards, Jim Gaines, Dave Grusin, Jimmy Iovine, Stewart Levine, Ed Michel, Phil Ramone, Larry Rosen, Bill Szymczyk
  • The Finer things - Steve Winwood (March 1995)

    • Members: Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton, Spencer Davis, Al Di Meola, Karen Friedman, Rosko Gee, Jim Gordon, Roger Hawkins, David Hood, Brother James, Mike Lawler, Dave Mason, Paul Pesco, Jerome Rimson, Klaus Schulze, Michael Shrieve, Carole Steele, Pat Thrall, Muff Winwood, Steve Winwood, Pete York (RIP: Rebop Kwaku Baah, Barry Beckett, Jim Capaldi, Ric Grech, Chris Wood)
    • Guests: Jimmy Bralower, Randy Brecker, Jack Bruce, Lew Delgatto, Steve Ferrone, James Ingram, Paul Jones, Remi Kabaka, Chaka Khan, Robbie Kilgore, Tom Malone, Eddie Martinez, Junior Marvin, Bob Mintzer, Rob Mounsey, Andy Newmark, Tessa Niles, John Robinson, Nile Rodgers, Philippe Saisse, John Sussewell, James Taylor, Joe Walsh, Willie Weeks, Mark Williamson, George Young (RIP: Dan Hartman, Andrew Love, Alan Spenner)
    • Producer: Chris Blackwell, Paul Buckmaster, Bill Levenson, Dennis Mackay, Russ Titelman (RIP: Jimmy Miller, Guy Stevens)
    • Technical: Phill Brown, Simon Heyworth, Andy Johns, Glyn Johns, Eddie Kramer, Tom Lord-Alge
    • Comments: The finer things is a 4CD boxset with songs from Steve's long career. It features tracks by Spencer Davis Group (1964-1967), Eric Clapton And The Powerhouse (1966), Traffic (1967-1969 and 1970-1974), Blind Faith (1969), Winwood/Kebaka/Amao (1973), Stomu Yamash´ta´s Go (1976) and Steve Winwood solo albums (1977 to 1990).
  • Time tough - the anthology - Toots And The Maytals (June 1996)

    • Guests: Ray Allen, Gladstone Anderson, Wally Badarou, Mikey Chung, Dick Cuthell, Sly Dunbar, Brother James, Junior Marvin (RIP: Roland Alphonso, Theophilus Beckford, Lloyd Brevett, Jim Dickinson, Don Drummond, Andrew Love, Tommy McCook)
    • Producer: Chris Blackwell, Joe Boyd, Bill Levenson (RIP: Leslie Kong)
    • Technical: John Burns, Suha Gur (RIP: Keith Harwood)
    • Comments: Compilation with some unreleased tracks.
  • The Best of Yvonne Elliman - Yvonne Elliman (April 1997)

    • Members: Yvonne Elliman
    • Guests: Ken Ascher, Mike Baird, John Barnes, Tom Canning, Eric Carmen, Irene Chanter, Gary Coleman, Lewis Collins, Ray Cooper, Steve Cropper, Paulinho Da Costa, Craig Doerge, Dr John, Assa Drori, Scott Edwards, Stan Farber, Victor Feldman, Chuck Findley, Martyn Ford, James Gadson, Donny Gerrard, Mike Giles, Bob Glaub, Mick Grabham, Jay Graydon, John Gustafson, Jim Haas, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Jimmie Haskell, Rupert Hine, Jim Horn, Brooks Hunnicutt, Steve Hunter, Wayne Jackson, Ruby James, Davey Johnstone, Jon Joyce, Russ Kunkel, Rick Marotta, Marti McCall, Matthew Moore, Larry Muhoberac, Buell Neidlinger, James Newton Howard, Ann Odell, Michael Omartian, David Paich, Dean Parks, Bill Payne, Don Peake, Mike Porcaro, Petsye Powell, Caleb Quaye, Lee Ritenour, Bruce Rowland, Sid Sharp, Leland Sklar, William ´Smitty´ Smith, Tom Snow, David Spinozza, Liza Strike, Carmen Twillie, Marty Walsh, Alan Weighall, Stu Woods, Bob Zimmitti, Richie Zito (RIP: Ben Benay, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Lowell George, Richie Hayward, Simon Jeffes, Andrew Love, Ralph MacDonald, James Mitchell, Dee Murray, Freddie Perren, Morris Pert, Joanne Williams)
    • Producer: Steve Barri, Bill Levenson
    • Comments: Her compilation The best of Yvonne Elliman includes performances by many of the musicians who have played in her albums. The list is so long: Lee Ritenour, Steve Cropper and Donald ´Duck´ Dunn (Booker T. & The MG's), Dr. John, Steve Hunter, Lowell George and Richie Hayward (Little Feat), Caleb Quaye, Davey Johnstone and Dee Murray (Elton John band), etc.
  • Genius & soul - the 50th anniversary collection - Ray Charles (September 1997)

    • Members: Phil Guilbeau, Don Peake, Ernest Vantrease, Jack Walrath (RIP: Ray Charles, Hank Crawford, Blue Mitchell, David ´Fathead´ Newman, Don Wilkerson)
    • Guests: Dan Aykroyd, Mickey Baker, Tinker Barfield, Arnold Belnick, Joe Benjamin, Harry Betts, Michael Boddicker, Bobby Bryant, Jerry Carrigan, Henderson Chambers, Lewis Collins, Bob Cranshaw, Steve Davis, Murphy Dunne, Jesse Ehrlich, Buddy Emmons, Charlie Fowlkes, Aretha Franklin, John Frosk, Steve Gadd, James Gadson, Siedah Garrett, James Getzoff, Jim Gilstrap, Freddie Green, Urbie Green, Jack Hale, Jim Hall, Willie Hall, Roy Haynes, James Ingram, Wayne Jackson, Jerry Jemmott, Howard Johnson, Jimmy Johnson, Louis Johnson, Eddie Jones, George Jones, Quincy Jones, Carol Kaye, Randy Kerber, Chaka Khan, Steve Khan, Bill King, Hubert Laws, Harry Lookofsky, Jeremy Lubbock, Kenny Malone, Tom Malone, Lou Marini, Harvey Mason, Johnny Miller, Harold Minerve, Frank Mitchell, Larry Muhoberac, Matt Murphy, Dick Nash, Oliver Nelson, Willie Nelson, Ira Newborn, Louis Nunley, Bobby Ogdin, David Paich, Chris Parker, Phil Perry, Charlie Persip, Greg Phillinganes, Steve Porcaro, Al Porcino, Seldon Powell, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Joe Randazzo, Hargus Pig Robbins, Billy Sanford, Dale Sellers, Ken Shroyer, Paul Shure, Lisa Silver, Leland Sklar, Denis Solee, Maurice Spears, Henry Strzelecki, Grady Tate, Clark Terry, Toots Thielemans, Ray Triscari, Steve Turre, Ian Underwood, Harold Vick, Bobby Watson, Frank Wess, Joe Wilder, Bobby Wood, Reggie Young (RIP: Curtis Amy, Chet Atkins, Martin Banks, Jimmy Bell, Bob Brookmeyer, Ray Brown, Ralph Burns, Benny Carter, Betty Carter, Jimmy Cleveland, Henry Coker, Johnny Coles, King Curtis, Wallace Davenport, Pete Drake, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Cornell Dupree, Teddy Edwards, Don Fagerquist, Frank Foster, Panama Francis, Eric Gale, Paul Gonsalves, Al Grey, Rene Hall, Al Hendrickson, Haywood Henry, Freddie Hubbard, Quentin Jackson, Budd Johnson, Keg Johnson, Thad Jones, Connie Kay, Lloyd Lambert, Eddie Lang, Jimmy Lewis, Mel Lewis, Melba Liston, Andrew Love, Preston Love, Wendell Marshall, Bill McElhiney, Terry McMillan, Oscar Moore, Jimmy Nottingham, Marty Paich, Earl Palmer, Cecil Payne, Sonny Payne, Jeff Porcaro, Benny Powell, Rudy Powell, Billy Preston, Don Rader, Lou Rawls, Jerome Richardson, Frank Rosolino, Ernie Royal, Marshall Royal, Zoot Sims, Clifford Solomon, Marshall Sosson, Jesse Stone, Richard Tee, Joe Tillman, Danny Turner, Stanley Turrentine, Earle Warren, Dickie Wells, Larry Williams, Syreeta Wright, Snooky Young)
    • Producer: Michael Cuscuna, Richard Perry, Creed Taylor (RIP: Herb Abramson, Ahmet Ertegun, Nesuhi Ertegun, Sid Feller, Lloyd Glenn, Arif Mardin, Zenas Sears, Jerry Wexler)
    • Comments: 5CD boxset.
  • The Very best of Tom Rush: no regrets - Tom Rush (1999)

    • Members: Duke Bardwell, Trevor Veitch
    • Guests: Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter, Bob Boucher, David Bromberg, Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin, George Devens, Bobby Gregg, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson, Al Kooper, John Leventhal, Herb Lovell, Gary Mallaber, Shawn Pelton, Leon Pendarvis, Elliott Randall, Allan Schwartzberg, Carly Simon (RIP: Paul Griffin, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Producer: Paul Harris (RIP: David Briggs, Paul Rothchild)
    • Technical: Mark Wilder
  • Be my guest - The Blues Band (2003)

    • Members: Gary Fletcher, Hughie Flint
    • Guests: Chris Barber, Guy Barker, Dyan Birch, Dave Bishop, Frank Collins, Jay Craig, Richard Edwards, Pee Wee Ellis, Georgie Fame, Tony Fisher, Dave Green, Willie Greene, Bob Hall, Dick Hanson, Nigel Hitchcock, Jools Holland, Wayne Jackson, Plas Johnson, Phil May, Paddy McHugh, Ian McLagan, Mike Paice, Martin Shaw, Alan Skidmore, Ray Warleigh, Derek Watkins, Geraint Watkins, Charlie Watts, Mick Weaver, Andy Wood (RIP: Nat Adderley, Big Joe Duskin, J C Higginbotham, Jo Ann Kelly, Andrew Love, Pico Payne, Katie Webster)
  • Five guys walk into a bar... - Faces (07/2004)

    • Members: Kenny Jones, Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Tetsu Yamauchi (RIP: Ronnie Lane)
    • Guests: Wayne Jackson, Bobby Keys (RIP: Speedy Acquaye, Harry Beckett, Andrew Love, John Peel)
    • Producer: Glyn Johns, Ron Nevison
    • Technical: Martin Birch, Mike Bobak, Dan Hersch, Bill Inglot, Eddie Offord, Tom Scott (RIP: Keith Harwood, Gary Kellgren)
    • Comments: 4CD boxset including lots of rarities.
  • Paris Mississippi Blues - Memphis Slim (02/2005)

    • Members: (RIP: Memphis Slim)
    • Guests: Mickey Baker, David Briggs, Sonny Criss, Fito De La Parra, Jacques Denjean, Tristan Fry, Peter Green, Buddy Guy, Jack Hale, Conrad Isidore, Wayne Jackson, Charlie McCoy, Eddie Mordue, Chris Rae, James Shane, Chris Spedding, Henry Strzelecki, Steven Thompson, Benny Turner, Dave Wintour, Reggie Young (RIP: Kenny Buttrey, Barry De Souza, Willie Dixon, Phil Guy, Richard Hite, Freddie King, Ed Logan, Andrew Love, James Mitchell, A C Reed, Roosevelt Sykes, Henry Vestine)
  • Ultimate Isaac Hayes - can you dig it? - Isaac Hayes (November 2005)

    • Members: Ben Cauley, Willie Hall, Floyd Newman, Michael Toles (RIP: Isaac Hayes, Charles Pitts)
    • Guests: Lewis Collins, Jack Hale, Wayne Jackson (RIP: Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Andrew Love, James Mitchell)
    • Technical: Joe Tarantino
    • Comments: 2CD+DVD compilation with a few unreleased live tracks.
  • Can´t quit the blues - Buddy Guy (10/2006)

    • Members: Buddy Guy, Jimmy Johnson, Greg Rzab, Terry Taylor (RIP: Bobby Fields, Phil Guy, Odie Payne, Pinetop Perkins, A C Reed, Junior Wells)
    • Guests: Jeff Beck, Tony Braunagel, Ben Cauley, Eric Clapton, Lew DelGatto, Dr John, Malcolm ´Molly´ Duncan, Davey Faragher, Tony Garnier, Sid Gauld, Renee Geyer, Marty Grebb, David Grissom, Jack Hale, Jim Horn, Neil Hubbard, Steve Jordan, Jim Keltner, B B King, Danny Kortchmar, Darrell Leonard, Ian McLagan, Ivan Neville, Paul Ossola, Bill Payne, Shawn Pelton, Leon Pendarvis, Lenny Pickett, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Lee Schell, Tommy Shannon, Neil Sidwell, Joe Sublett, Larry Taylor, Mick Weaver, Willie Weeks, Doug Williams, Bernie Worrell, Reese Wynans (RIP: Fred Below, Willie Dixon, Richie Hayward, Clifton James, Johnnie Johnson, Lafayette Leake, Andrew Love, Little Brother Montgomery, Bob Neely, Otis Spann, Phil Thomas)
    • Producer: Eddie Kramer, John Porter, Bill Wyman (RIP: Tom Dowd, Ahmet Ertegun)
    • Comments: Boxset with 3 CDs (comprising 6 unreleased tracks) and 1 DVD with live recordings and a documentary.
  • The Best of the gospel sessions - Al Green (March 2011)

    • Members: Tim Dancy (RIP: Linda Jones)
    • Guests: Michael Baker, Lea Jane Berinati, David Briggs, Tony Brown, Ben Cauley, Jack Hale, Willie Hall, Vicki Hampton, Jerry Peters, Steve Potts, Michael Toles, Bob Wray (RIP: Larrie Londin, Andrew Love, Charles Miller)
    • Producer: (RIP: Willie Mitchell)
  • Hotcakes and outtakes - 30 years of Little Feat - Little Feat ( - )

    • Members: Paul Barrere, Sam Clayton, Roy Estrada, Craig Fuller, Kenny Gradney, Shaun Murphy, Bill Payne, Fred Tackett (RIP: Lowell George, Richie Hayward)
    • Guests: Greg Adams, Peter Asher, Bonnie Bramlett, Valerie Carter, Emilio Castillo, Lenny Castro, Sharon Celani, Paulinho Da Costa, Robben Ford, Mic Gillette, John Hall, Emmylou Harris, Elliot Ingber, Wayne Jackson, Gloria Jones, Stephen ´Doc´ Kupka, Darrell Leonard, Marilyn Martin, Michael McDonald, Dean Parks, Lenny Pickett, Steve Porcaro, Bonnie Raitt, David Sanborn, Patrick Simmons, Stephanie Spruill, Joe Sublett, Joel Tepp, David Woodford (RIP: Michael Brecker, Milt Holland, Sneaky Pete Kleinow, Bobby LaKind, Nicolette Larson, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Ed Cherney, George Massenburg, Van Dyke Parks, Ted Templeman, Russ Titelman (RIP: Frank Zappa)
    • Comments: 4CD boxset.
  • The Johnny Van Zant collection - Johnny Van Zant ( - )

    • Members: Johnny Van Zant
    • Guests: John Bahler, Paul Barrere, Jonathan Cain, Bill Cuomo, Denny Fongheiser, Vicki Hampton, Ron Hicklin, Dann Huff, Wayne Jackson, Myrna Matthews, Marti McCall, Steve Perry, Tim Pierce, Julia Tillman Waters, Ernie Watts, Lorna Willard (RIP: Ronnie Hammond, Andrew Love)
    • Producer: Kevin Elson, Al Kooper, Bill Levenson

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From the superb site Knights in Blue Denim: The British Blues Scene '68 - '70 (by Christer Fridhammar & Vanja), we have:

Wikipedia doesn´t want to include links to this website, but I won´t do the same with them. So, from the great Wikipedia, we have:

Assorted links:

RELATED VIDEO LINKS: 15
Disclaimer: I don´t own or upload any of the videos linked here. I just include links to live videos that are already available, in order to show the work of this musician. Anyway, if someone feels that some link shouldn't be included, please write me at the email address shown below. And if you know of more videos featuring Andrew Love, please, also write me with the link.
  • Ann Peebles - Unknown Title
  • Ann Peebles live in the studio. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Paul Brown, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Ann Peebles. Rest of the musicians unknown to me.

  • Otis Redding - Try A Little Tenderness
  • Otis Redding live in 1967. (Resolution: 360)
    Featuring: Joe Arnold, Steve Cropper, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Andrew Love, Otis Redding. Musicians not confirmed - just my guess unknown to me.

  • Otis Redding - Concert (part 1)
  • Otis Redding live at Monterey Festival in June 1967. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Joe Arnold, Steve Cropper, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Andrew Love, Otis Redding.

  • Otis Redding - Concert (part 2)
  • Otis Redding live at Monterey Festival in June 1967. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Joe Arnold, Steve Cropper, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Al Jackson, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Andrew Love, Otis Redding.

  • Robert Cray - Consequences
  • Robert Cray live on TV with the Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Robert Cray, Anton Fig, Wayne Jackson, Will Lee, Andrew Love, Sid McGinnis, Paul Shaffer. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Memphis Horns - Interview
  • Soul concert with Sam Moore, Booker T & the MG´s, Carla Thomas, Phil Upchurch, Memphis Horns and Eddie Floyd. Great quality. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Steve Cropper, Donald ´Duck´ Dunn, Eddie Floyd, Danny Gottlieb, Wayne Jackson, Booker T Jones, Andrew Love, Sam Moore, Carla Thomas, Marvell Thomas, Phil Upchurch.

  • Robert Cray - The Forecast (Calls For Pain)
  • Robert Cray live in December 1990. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richard Cousins, Robert Cray, Kevin Hayes, Wayne Jackson, Tim Kaihatsu, Andrew Love, John Murray, Jim Pugh.

  • Robert Cray - Right Next Door (Because of Me)
  • Robert Cray live in December 1990. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Richard Cousins, Robert Cray, Kevin Hayes, Wayne Jackson, Tim Kaihatsu, Andrew Love, John Murray, Jim Pugh.

  • Rufus Thomas - Rehearsals
  • Rufus Thomas rehearsing in 2004, with Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Mavis Staples, Dwayne Thomas, Rufus Thomas. Rest of the musicians unknown to me.

  • Preston Shannon - Soul Man - Put A Dollar In Your Pocket - Who´s Making Love
  • Preston Shannon live in July 1994 with The Memphis All Stars (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Lannie McMillan, James Robertson, Brenda Rutledge, Preston Shannon, Jim Spake, Sweet Soul Sisters, Dywane Thomas, Marvell Thomas, Michael Toles. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Ann Peebles - Documentary
  • Documentary featuring Ann Pebbles, Rufus Thomas, Robert Lockwood Jr and Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Wayne Jackson, Robert Lockwood Jr, Andrew Love, Ann Peebles, Rufus Thomas. Rest of the musicians unknown to me.

  • Robert Cray - Don´t Be Afraid of the Dark
  • Robert Cray live with the Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Robert Cray, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Robert Cray - The Last Time
  • Robert Cray live with the Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Robert Cray, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Robert Cray - I Guess I Showed Her
  • Robert Cray live with the Memphis Horns. (Resolution: 480)
    Featuring: Robert Cray, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love. Rest of the band unknown to me.

  • Ann Peebles - Unknown Title
  • Ann Peebles live in 2001. (Resolution: 240)
    Featuring: Paul Brown, Don Bryant, Wayne Jackson, Andrew Love, Ann Peebles, Dywane Thomas. Rest of the musicians unknown to me.


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Andrew Love mostly worked with these musicians: (name + number of credits)
Wayne Jackson (179)
Memphis Horns (70)
Jack Hale (63)
Steve Cropper (57)
James Mitchell (57)
Donald ´Duck´ Dunn (55)
Al Jackson (48)
Ed Logan (40)
Booker T Jones (39)
Isaac Hayes (30)
Joe Arnold (29)
Floyd Newman (29)
Ben Cauley (27)
Lewis Collins (23)
Roger Hawkins (21)
Bill Inglot (20)
Otis Redding (18)
Tom Dowd (17)
Gene Miller (17)
Charles Chalmers (15)
Dan Hersch (15)
Mabon Hodges (15)
David Hood (15)
Bill Payne (15)
Bernard Purdie (15)
Jim Stewart (15)
Michael Toles (15)
Packy Axton (14)
King Curtis (14)
Leroy Hodges (14)
Arif Mardin (14)
Barry Beckett (13)
Roger Hopps (13)
Jimmy Johnson (13)
Willie Mitchell (13)
Marvell Thomas (13)
Cornell Dupree (12)
Howard Grimes (12)
Willie Hall (12)
Jerry Jemmott (12)
Carla Thomas (12)
Reggie Young (12)
Jeff ´Skunk´ Baxter (11)
Ron Capone (11)
Charles Hodges (11)
Jim Horn (11)
Jerry Wexler (11)

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