||Best of Sea Level CD (1977)
Earl Ford music CDs Track Listing of songs: Rain in Spain, The; Shake a Leg; Tidal Wave; Nothing Matters But the Fever; That's Your Secret; It Hurts to Want It So Bad; Storm Warning; Midnight Pass; King Grand; Living in a Dream; This Could Be the Worst; ...
||Where We All Belong CD (1974)
Earl Ford CD discography Originally released on Capricorn Records (0145). Includes liner notes by Barry Alfonso.
Although it runs a little long, Where We All Belong captures the sound of The Marshall Tucker Band coming into its own. Half the tracks are new studio recordings, which ...
||New Life CD (1974)
Earl Ford discography Perhaps the only reason that New Life isn't quite as memorable as its self-titled predecessor is that the band's debut was just so startling when it appeared. By the time New Life was issued in 1974, to the band's credit, it ...
||Sea Level CD (1977) |
Earl Ford albums All tracks have been digitally remastered from the original master tapes.
This is part of Capricorn Records' Capricorn Classics series.
Keyboardist Chuck Leavell formed the Sea Level quartet in 1976 in the aftermath of the Allman Brothers' first breakup of their post-Duane Allman ...
||Hydra CD |
Earl Ford CD discography Digitally remastered by Fred Meyer (PolyGram Studios).
Recorded at Capricorn Sound Studios, Macon, Georgia during Winter 1973-1974. Originally released on Capricorn (130).
Engineers: Sam Whiteside, Ovie Sparks, Tony Humphreys.
Personnel: Wayne Bruce (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Spencer Kirkpatrick (guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Randall Bramblett ...
||Best of the Capricorn Years CDs |
Earl Ford music CDs Track Listing of songs: DISC 1: Take the Highway; Can't You See; Hillbilly Band; See You Later, I'm Gone; New Life, A; Blue Ridge Mountain Sky; Another Cruel Love; This Ol' Cowboy; In My Own Way; Where a Country Boy Belongs; Try One ...
||Half Past The Blues CD (1997) |
Earl Ford songs Audio Mixers: Edd Miller; Jimmy O'Neill.
Recording information: KALA Studio, Atlanta, GA.
Photographer: Emmett Martin.
Arrangers: Ted Dortch; Randy Hunter; Charles Rose.
Personnel includes: Vernon Garrett, Willie Hill (vocals); Don Diego (saxophone); Muscle Shoals Horns, The League Of Decency Horns.
Personnel: Vernon Garrett (vocals); Jimmy O'Neill ...
||I Got A Right!... To Some Of My Best CD (2001) |
Earl Ford albums There aren't many women who can sing the blues like this semi-legendary Atlanta-based belter, and as the title indicates, I Got a Right! compiles 13 audience favorites onto one CD. Since the original recordings of most of these tunes were tied ...
||Shake, Rattle And Roll CD (1999) |
Earl Ford discography Covers Of Old Swing/Jazz Hits
Engineers: Ken Gregory, Russ Fowler, Ricky Keller.
Personnel: Jean-Marc Porson (vocals, electric guitar); Tommy Dean (vocals); Bill Hatcher (guitar); Rick Callahan (electric guitar); Randy Hunter (tenor saxophone); Ken Gregory (trumpet); Earl Ford (trombone); Mike Ewbank (piano, organ, synthesizer); ...
||Messin' Around CD (1995) |
Earl Ford songs Arrangers: Ted Dortch; Randy Hunter.
Personnel: Earl Ford (vocals, trombone); Jean-Marc Porson (vocals, electric bass); Tommy Dean (vocals); Rick Callahan (electric guitar); Ted Dortch (alto saxophone, baritone saxophone); Randy Hunter (tenor saxophone); Ken Gregory (trumpet); Mike Ewbank (piano, organ, synthesizer); Jimmy Jackson ...
||A New Life CD (1974)
Earl Ford CD discography Perhaps the only reason that New Life isn't quite as memorable as its self-titled predecessor is that the band's debut was just so startling when it appeared. By ...