Dunhill Album Discography
By Patrice Eyries, Mike Callahan, and David Edwards
Last update: April 17, 2000

The Dunhill label started in 1965 and lasted until 1975. The story of the label can be found on The Dunhill Story page.

Over the years, there were a few peculiarities and idiosyncracies . Dunhill had the dubious distinction of having three different album covers that had to be changed or censored. The original cover of the Mamas and the Papas If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears [D/DS-50006] featured the fully- clothed group all piled into a bathtub, with a commode clearly visible in the lower right corner of the picture. Persuaded that this might have been offensive to some of the more delicate record buyers, they revised the cover to feature a scroll over the toilet. Later, even the bathroom itself was cropped out.

Two of Three Dog Night's record covers had to be recalled. It Ain't Easy [DS-50078] started life with a picture of the entire septet in the nude on the cover, but was quickly replaced by a photo of the three vocalists sitting around a piano, thankfully with their clothes on. And in what ranks as possibly one of the all-time winners in bad taste cover art, Hard Labor [DS-50168] originally had a grotesque female creature giving birth to a record album, but this was quickly revised so that the "birth" was covered over by a huge band-aid (first by affixing the band-aid over the artwork, then as part of the artwork itself.)

On the idiosyncracy side, the catalog numbers for Three Dog Night's albums always ended in "8." All Dunhill tracks on stereo albums are thought to be stereo, with the exception of Three Dog Night's "Shambala," which has always been rechanneled, even on the "stereo" side of the promo 45. Some of the album tracks, especially for Three Dog Night, are different mixes or different takes from the mono singles, in addition to the usual 45 editing. Three Dog Night's "Joy to the World" and several other singles are slightly different from the stereo album versions. In particular, "Just an Old Fashioned Love Song" has a high-energy part dropped in at the end of the 45, which is missing from many of the LP versions. For the Grass Roots, after "Where Were You When I Needed You" was rerecorded for the Let's Live for Today album, the remake was used on all greatest hits packages. The album version of Steppenwolf's "Magic Carpet Ride" is longer and has a different vocal from the 45 version. The group members have speculated that the 45 used an inferior outtake vocal for the single, so subsequent issues have used the album version.

Capitol Record Club editions of Dunhill records are one big idiosyncracy. The original Dunhill "arch" label was used by CRC literally for years after it had been replaced by the multi-color box design by the label proper, giving us oddities like 50100 in 1970 having a label that was discarded at 50028, in 1968!. Even more interesting, Steely Dan's original LP, issued on the ABC label, ended up with a Dunhill label in it's Capitol Record Club incarnation!

Albums issued before DS-50030 were issued in both mono and stereo. Mono releases had a "D" prefix while the stereo used "DS." Those albums issued in mono and stereo are noted in the discography below with a "D/DS" prefix. Because virtually all the tracks on all the albums on Dunhill were true stereo on the stereo albums, stereo designations are not used for this discography. With the exceptions noted above, songs on stereo albums can be assumed to be stereo.

The tracks on the albums in the discography below are given in the order they appear, except for albums marked with an asterisk (*), where the tracks are listed alphabetically because we are unaware of the correct sequence.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail at dunhill@bsnpubs.com. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Dunhill Records, which is currently owned by Universal Music Group. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2000 by Mike Callahan.


Number - Title - Artist [Release Date] (Chart)Contents

The first Dunhill label was black with silver print, with "Dunhill" in a yellow frame on top and "DIST. BY ABC-PARAMOUNT RECORDS, INC. MADE IN U.S.A." around the bottom of the label in white print. Original labels are on a shiny paper stock, while some reissues used a flat stock. Promotional labels used the same design, but were white with black print.

When Adler sold the label to ABC, before about 50025 or so, the logo on the front of the album was changed, with the ABC logo added in front of the basic Dunhill "arch." This was a transitional logo that only lasted a short time before it was changed to the multi-colored box logo which started about 50029. After the sale to ABC, the notation at the bottom of the label was changed to, "A SUBSIDIARY OF ABC-PARAMOUNT RECORDS" then "A SUBSIDIARY OF ABC RECORDS, INC. - N.Y., N.Y. - Made in U.S.A."

This first label design was used up to about 50028, but was used until much later for Capitol Record Club issues (CRC's issue of 50100 used the first style label, incredibly still with the first "distributed by ABC- Paramount" statement on the bottom). The promotional version of this first label was used until stock ran out (the promotional label for 50033 is known to have the first style).

D/DS 50001 - Surfing Songbook - Rincon Surfside Band [1965] Surfin' Safari/Surfer Girl/Sidewalk Surfin'/Surfin' USA/Surfin'/Ride The Wild Surf//Hawaii/Drag City/Little Deuce Coupe/Honolulu Lulu/Surf City/Skateboard Craze

D/DS 50002 - Drums! Drums! à Go-Go - Hal Blaine [1965] These are studio recordings with crowd sounds added to simulate a live performance. Topsy '65/Wooly Bully/Whiskey A- Go-Go/Money/Cannonball/La Bamba//Rumble/California Sun/Oo Poo Pah Doo/Midnight At Pinks/Land Of 1000 Dances/Drums A-Go-Go

D/DS 50003 - Eve of Destruction - Barry McGuire [1965] (9-65, #37) Eve Of Destruction/She Belongs To Me/You Never Had It So Good/Sloop John B./It's All Over Now Baby Blue/The Sins Of A Family//Try To Remember/Mr. Man On The Street-Act One/You Were On My Mind/Ain't No Way I'm Gonna Change My Mind/What Exactly's The Matter With Me/Why Not Stop And Dig It While You Can

D/DS 50004 - Songs of Our Times - P.F. Sloan [1965] The Sins Of A Family/Take Me For What I'm Worth/What Exactly's The Matter With Me/I'd Have To Be Out Of My Mind/Eve Of Destruction/This Mornin'//I Get Out Of Breath/This Is What I Was Made For/Ain't No Way I'm Gonna Change My Mind/All The Things I Do For You Baby/(Goes To Show) Just How Wrong You Can Be/What Am I Doin' Here With You

D/DS 50005 - This Precious Time - Barry McGuire [1966] This Precious Time/California Dreamin'/Let Me Be/Do You Believe In Magic/Yesterday/Hang On Sloopy//Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues/Upon A Painted Ocean/[You've Got To] Hide Your Love Away/I'd Have To Be Out Of My Mind/Child Of Our Times/Don't You Wonder Where It's At

D/DS 50006 - If You Can Believe Your Eyes And Ears - The Mama's & The Papa's [1966] (3-66, #1) Note: for this album only, the group's name was spelled with an apostrophe before the "s" in "Mamas" and "Papas." Subsequent albums opted for grammatical correctness and dropped the apostrophes. There are three different covers for this record. The original cover picture taken in a bathroom showed a toilet in the lower right corner. This offensive (?) cover was withdrawn quickly and replaced with one that has a printed banner covering the toilet which says "Includes California Dreaming". The third cover has a large black border around the cover, with the picture of the Mama's and Papa's cropped so that the bathroom doesn't show; this cover may be a record club release only. The first cover, with the toilet showing is the most rare. Monday, Monday/Straight Shooter/Got A Feelin'/I Call Your Name/Do You Wanna Dance/Go Where You Wanna Go//California Dreamin'/Spanish Harlem/Somebody Groovy/Hey Girl/You Baby/In Crowd

D/DS 50007 - Twelve More Times - P.F. Sloan [1966] From A Distance/The Man Behind The Red Balloon/Let Me Be/Here's Where You Belong/This Precious Time/Halloween Mary//I Found A Girl/On Top Of A Fence/Lollipop Train (You Never Had It So Good)/Upon A Painted Ocean/When The Wind Changes/Patterns Seg. 4

D/DS 50008 - Love Theme From The Flight Of The Phoenix - Brass Ring [1966] (6-66, #109) Love Theme From The Flight Of The Phoenix [issued on 45 as "The Phoenix Love Theme"]/The Shadow Of Your Smile/Theme From A Summer Place/Love Is A Many Spendored Thing/My Foolish Heart/Moment To Moment//Unchained Melody/Lara's Theme/Moon River/Secret Love/Tara's Theme/Laura

D/DS 50009 - Mickie Finn's: America's No. 1 Speakeasy - Various Artists [1966] K.C. Jerk/King of the Road/Medley: Swinging on a Star, It's a Sin to Tell a Lie/Side by Side/The Beer Barrel Polka/Let Me Call You Sweetheart//The Mickie Finn Theme/You've Gotta See Your Mama Every Night/Alley Cat/Liebestraum/Bye Bye, Blackbird/When the Saints Come Marching In

D/DS 50010 - Cass-John-Michelle-Dennie - Mamas & Papas [1966] (10-66, #4) No Salt On Her Tail/Trip, Stumble And Fall/Dancing Bear/Words Of Love/My Heart Stood Still/Dancing In The Street//I Saw Her Again/Strange Young Girls/I Can't Wait/Even If I Could/That Kind Of Girl/Once Was A Time I Thought

D/DS 50011 - Where Were You When I Needed You - Grass Roots [1966] Only When You're Lonely/Look Out Girl/Ain't That Lovin' You Baby/I've Got No More To Say/I Am A Rock/Lollipop Train (You Never Had It So Good)//Where Were You When I Needed You (original 45 hit version)/You Didn't Have To Be So Nice/Tell Me/You Baby/This Is What I Was Made For/Mr. Jones (Ballad Of A Thin Man)

D/DS 50012 - Lara's Theme (Somewhere My Love)/Guantanamera - Brass Ring Featuring Phil Bodner [1966] Lara's Theme (Somewhere My Love)/Samba De Orfeo (Black Orpheus)/Who's Afraid (Of Virginia Woolf?)/California Dreamin'/Uncle Jose/Anna//Guantanamera/Lapland/Theme From Born Free/Patricia/Dear John/Lightening Bug

D/DS 50013 - Saturday Night At Mickie Finn's - Various Artists [1966] Waiting For The Robert E. Lee/Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home/Daisy Bell-Drinking Song (Medley)/Mame/Pretty Baby-You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby-Baby Face-Oh, You Beautiful Doll (Medley)/Java/Tiger Rag/Alabamy Bound/South/The Banjo's Back In Town/When You're Smiling-Keep Your Sunny Side Up-Ain't She Sweet (Medley)/Dixie-Battle Hymn Of The Republic-Yankee Doodle Dandee-You're A Grand Old Flag (Medley)/Bye Bye Blues/When The Saints Come Marching In/Palace Playoff

D/DS 50014 - The Mamas & the Papas Deliver - Mamas & Papas [1967] (3-67, #2) Dedicated To The One I Love/My Girl/Creeque Alley (LP mix)/Sing For Your Supper/Twist And Shout/Free Advice//Look Through My Window/Boys And Girls Together/String Man/Frustration/Did You Ever Want To Cry/John's Music Box

D/DS 50015 - Sunday Night At The Movies - Brass Ring [1967] (4-67, #157) Al Di La/True Love/Look For A Star/A Very Precious Love/Baby, The Rain Must Fall/Moonglow & Theme From Picnic//Colonel Bogey March/The Long Ships/Amen/Samba De Orfeo/Theme From Hud/A Day In The Life Of A Fool

D/DS 50016 - The Best of Walt Disney - Trousdale Strings & Dawn Chorale [1967]

D/DS 50017 - The Dis-Advantages Of You - Brass Ring Featuring Phil Bodner [1967] (6- 67, #193) The Dis-Advantages Of You/Theme From The Sand Pebbles/Music To Watch Girls By/I Will Wait For You/Born Free/The Dating Game//A Man And A Woman/Wait For Me/California Dreamin'/Lightening Bug/Pakistan

D/DS 50018 - Brought Back Live From P.J.'s - Eddie Cano & Quintet [1967]

D/DS 50019 - Psychedelic Percussion - Hal Blaine [1967]

D/DS 50020 - Let's Live For Today - Grass Roots [1967] (8-67, #75) Things I Should Have Said/Wake Up, Wake Up/Tip Of My Tongue/Is It Any Wonder/Let's Live For Today/Beatin' Round The Bush//Out Of Touch/Won't You See Me/Where Were You When I Needed You (new version by the 1967 group lineup featuring Rob Grill)/No Exit/No Precious Time/House Of Stone

D/DS 50021 - Songs for Gentle People - Steve Allen [1967]

D/DS 50022 - The Mamas and the Papas Book of Songs - Stapelton-Morley Expression [1968] Straight Shooter/Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)/California Dreamin'/Dedicated To The One I Love/I Saw Her Again Last Night/I Call Your Name-Words Of Love (Medley)//San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)/Creeque Alley/Monday, Monday/Once Was A Time I Thought/Go Where You Wanna Go/Dancing Bear

D/DS 50023 - The Now Sound of the Brass Ring - Brass Ring [1967]

D/DS 50024 - The Now Sound of Mickie Finn - Mickie & Fred Finn [1967]

D/DS 50025 - Farewell To The First Golden Era - Mamas & Papas [1967] (11-67, #5) Dedicated To The One I Love/Go Where You Wanna Go/Words Of Love/Look Through My Window/Dancing In The Street/Monday, Monday//Creeque Alley/Got A Feelin'/Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)/I Call Your Name/I Saw Her Again Last Night/California Dreamin'

D/DS 50026 - Ernie Freeman, Hitmaker - Ernie Freeman [1967]

D/DS 50027 - Feelings - Grass Roots [1968] Feelings/Here's Where You Belong/The Sins Of A Family Fall On The Daughter/Melody For You/Who Will You Be Tomorrow/You Might As Well Go My Way//All Good Things Come To An End/Hot Bright Lights/Hey Friend/You And Love Are The Same/Diner For Eight/Feelings (Reprise)

D/DS 50028 - Picadilly Pickle - Lady Nelson & Lords [1968]

At about this point, a new label design and new logo are introduced.

The new label is black with "Dunhill" and "ABC Records" in a multi-colored box on top. The box has three compartments, one for the "Dunhill" logo that was used on the previous label, one for the well-known circle "abc" logo, and one beneath the ABC logo for "RECORDS." Written in white lettering around the bottom of the label is "Dunhill Records, Inc. is a subsidiary and trademark licensee of ABC Records, Inc. New York, N.Y. 10019-Made in U.S.A." There might be slight variations on the words at the bottom of the label. Promotional labels of this design were white with black print, although promotional labels using the old design were used until stock was depleted.

D/DS 50029 - Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf [1968] (3-68, #6) Original pressings use a foil- like shiny background for the album jacket. Sookie Sookie/Everybody's Next One/Berry Rides Again/Hootchie Kootchie Man/Born To Be Wild/Your Wall's Too High//Desperation/The Pusher/A Girl I Knew/Take What You Need/The Ostrich

Stereo only releases start here.

DS 50030 - Christopher's Movie Matinee - Three's a Crowd [1968]

DS 50031 - The Papas and the Mamas Presented By the Mamas & the Papas - Mamas & Papas [1968] (5-68, #15) Original record jacket features a fold-out cover that is sliced in half horizontally, allowing the buyer to "mix and match" the tops and bottoms of two photos of the group. The Right Somebody To Love/Safe In My Garden/Meditation Mama (Transcendental Women Travels)/For The Love Of Ivy/Dream A Little Dream Of Me/Mansions//Gemini Childe/Nothing's Too Good For My Little Girl/Too Late/Twelve Thirty/Rooms/Midnight Voyage

DS 50032 - A Tramp Shining - Richard Harris [1968] (5-68, #4) Issued with a Unipak fold-open record jacket. Prelude/Didn't We/Interlude/Paper Chase/Interlude/Name Of My Sorrow/Interlude/Lovers Such As I/In The Final Hours//MacArthur Park/Dancing Girl/Interlude/If You Must Leave My Life/A Tramp Shining

DS 50033 - The World's Last Private Citizen - Barry McGuire [1968] Promotional label uses the old style label, and McGuire's name is misspelled on the label as "McQuire." This is possibly a wry inside joke, since McGuire's friend Jim McGuinn's name was misspelled on an early Vee Jay album as "McQuinn" Top O' The Hill/Cloudy Summer Afternoon/Secret Saucer Man/There's Nothin' Else On My Mind/Walkin' My Cat Named Dog/Hang On Sloopy//Masters Of War/Inner Manipulations/The Grasshopper Song/This Precious Time/Why Not Stop And Dig It While You Can/Eve Of Destruction

DS 50034 - Gazpacho - Brass Ring [1968]

DS 50035 - Have Fun!!! Play Drums!!! - Hal Blaine [1968] Let's Play Drums/Playing the Straight 8 Feel/Playing The Shuffle Feel/You Take It From Here//Topsy/Secret Agent Man/Rumble/Drums a Go Go/The Swinger/The Invaders

DS 50036 -

DS 50037 - Steppenwolf the Second - Steppenwolf [1968] (10-68, #3) Original album cover uses a foil-like shiny background. Faster Than The Speed Of Life/Tighten Up Your Wig/None Of Your Doing/Spiritual Fantasy/Don't Step On The Grass, Sam//28/Magic Carpet Ride (Note: the album version of this song is longer, and a different vocal, from the 45 single hit)/Disappointment Number (Unknown)/Lost And Found By Trial And Error/Hodge, Podge, Strained Through A Leslie/Resurrection/Reflections

DS 50038 - The Mamas & the Papas Golden Era, Vol. 2 - Mamas & Papas [1968] (9-68, #53) Issued with a Unipak fold-open cover. Also issued as Capitol Record Club SKAO-91531, using the original Dunhill label graphics. My Girl/Sing For Your Supper/No Salt On Her Tail/Twist And Shout/Glad To Be Unhappy/Nothing's Too Good For My Little Girl//For The Love Of Ivy/Do You Wanna Dance/Trip, Stumble And Fall/Hey Girl/You Baby/Dream A Little Dream Of Me

DS 50039 -

DS 50040 - Dream a Little Dream - Mama Cass [1968] (10-68, #87) Dream A Little Dream Of Me/California Earthquake/The Room Nobody Lives In/Talkin' To Your Toothbrush/Blues For Breakfast/You Know Who I Am//Rubber Band/Long Time Loving You/Jane, The Insane Dog Lady/What Was I Thinking Of/Burn Your Hatred/Sweet Believer

DS 50041 - All the Yankee Doodle Tunes (Mickie Finn Plays George M.) - Mickie Finn [1968] Harrigan/Mary's A Grand Old Name/All My Friends/Forty-Five Minutes To Broadway/Rose (A Ring To The Name Of Rose/Medley: I'm A Yankee Doodle Dandy-American Ragtime//Barnum And Bailey Rag/Popularity/Push Me Along In My Pushcart/My Town/Medley: Give My Regards To Broadway- You're a Grand Old Flag

DS 50042 - The Yard Went on Forever - Richard Harris [1968] (11-68, #27) The Yard Went On Forever/Watermark/Interim/Gayla//The Hymns From Grand Terrace: The First Hymn From Grand Terrace-If I'd Been A Different Man-When It Was Done/The Hive/Lucky Me/That's The Way It Was

DS 50043 -

DS 50044 - Only Love - Brass Ring [1969]

DS 50045 -

DS 50046 - Wings - Wings [1968] See Someone Hangin'/That's Not Real/General Bringdown/First Time Is The Last/What Do I Know//Pretty Little Girl/Takin' It Easy: Takin' It Easy-Lazy Afternoon/Shrinking Violet/Different Kind Of Woman/Changes (Keep Coming About)/Give Me Your Love

DS 50047 - Golden Grass: Their Greatest Hits - Grassroots [1968] (11-68, #25) Note: Group's name is one word for this LP only. Bella Linda/Things I Should Have Said/Melody For You/Midnight Confessions/Here's Where You Belong/Feelings//Lady Pleasure/Where Were You When I Needed You/Wake Up, Wake Up/Hot Bright Lights/Let's Live For Today

DS 50048 - Three Dog Night [a.k.a."One"] - Three Dog Night [1968] (1-69, #11) Original title of the album was "Three Dog Night" by "Cory Wells, Danny Hutton, Chuck Negron." As soon as the single "One" hit, the cover art was changed to add "ONE" in large letters, and from that point in early 1969, the album was known as "One" by "Three Dog Night." One/Nobody/Heaven Is In Your Mind/It's For You/Let Me Go/Chest Fever//Find Someone To Love/That No One Ever Hurt So Bad/Don't Make Promises/The Loner/Try A Little Tenderness

DS 50049 - Rejoice! - Rejoice! [1968] Sausalito Sunrise/Gardens Of Chelsea/Spring Flew In Today/High Flying Bird/November Queen//Quick Draw Man/Even Though/Golden Gate Park/Sonora/Establishment Blues

DS 50050 - Around Grapefruit - Grapefruit [1968] Another Game/Yesterday's Sunshine/Elevator/Yes/C'mon Marianne/Lullaby//Round Going Going/Dear Delilah/This Little Man/Ain't It Good/Give It One More Try/Someday

DS 50051 - The Best of the Brass Ring - Brass Ring [1969] Love Theme From The Flight Of The Phoenix/Music To Watch Girls By/Lara's Theme/Sunny/I Will Wait For You/The Dis- Advantages Of You//Samba De Orfeo/This Guy's In Love With You/Monday Monday/Adoro (Don't Tempt Me)/Mrs. Robinson/The Look Of Love

DS 50052 - Lovin' Things - Grass Roots [1969] (3-69, #73) Lovin' Things/The River Is Wide/(You Gotta) Live For Love/City Women/What Love Is Made Of/Pain//I Get So Excited/The Days Of Pearly Spencer/Baby, You Do It So Well/I Can't Help But Wonder, Elizabeth/Fly Me To Havana

DSX 50053 - At Your Birthday Party - Steppenwolf [1969] (3-69, #7) Don't Cry/Chicken Wolf/Lovely Meter/Round And Down/It's Never Too Late/Sleeping Dreaming//Jupiter Child/She'll Be Better/Cat Killer/Rock Me/God Fearing Man/Mango Juice/Happy Birthday

DS 50054 - Sunshower - Thelma Houston [1969] Sunshower (From His Own Dark City)/Everybody Gets To Go To The Moon/To Make It Easier On You/Didn't We/Mixed-Up Girl/Someone Is Standing Outside//Jumpin' Jack Flash/This Is Where I Came In/Pocketful Of Keys/This Is Your Life/Cheap Lovin'/If This Was The Last Song

DS 50055 - Bubble Gum, Lemonade and... Something for Mama - Mama Cass [1969] (7-69, #91) It's Getting Better/Blow Me A Kiss/Sour Grapes/Easy Come, Easy Go/I Can Dream, Can't I/Welcome To The World//Lady Love/He's A Runner/Move In A Little Closer, Baby/When I Just Wear My Smile/Who's To Blame

DS 50056 - A Group Called Smith - Smith [1969] (8-69, #17) Let's Get Together/I Don't Believe (I Believe)/Tell Him No/Who Do You Love/Baby, It's You/Last Time/I Just Wanna Make Love To You/Mojaleskey Ridge/Let's Spend The Night Together/I'll Hold Out My Hand

DS 50057 - A Treasury of Great Contemporary Hits - Various Artists [1969] (7-69, #144) Magic Carpet Ride - Steppenwolf (LP version)/California Dreamin' - Mamas & Papas/Midnight Confessions - Grass Roots/Try A Little Tenderness - Three Dog Night/Dedicated To The One I Love - Mamas & Papas/Eve Of Destruction - Barry McGuire//Monday, Monday - Mamas & Papas/Let's Live For Today - Grass Roots/Dream A Little Dream Of Me - Mama Cass/Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf/ MacArthur Park - Richard Harris

DS 50058 - Suitable for Framing - Three Dog Night [1969] (7-69, #16) Feeling Alright?/Lady Samantha/Dreaming Isn't Good You/A Change Is Gonna Come/Eli's Coming//Easy To Be Hard/Ain't That A Lotta Love/King Solomon's Mines/Circle For A Landing/Celebrate

DS 50059 - Great Oldies Done Hear and Now - The Rock & Roll Revival [1969]

DSX 50060 - Early Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf [1969] (7-69, #29) Power Play/Howlin' For My Baby/Goin' Upstairs/Corina, Corina/Tighten Up Your Wig//The Pusher

DS 50061 - Good Feelin's - Happy Day Choir [1969]

DS 50062 - Those Who Are About to Die Salute You - Colosseum [1969] The Kettle /Plenty Hard Luck/Debut/Those Who Are About To Die, Salute You//Valentyne Suite (January's Search - February's Valentine - Beware The Ides Of March)/Walking In The Park

DSX 50063 - Easy Rider (Soundtrack) - Various Artists [1969] (9-69, #6) The Pusher - Steppenwolf/Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf/The Weight - Smith/Wasn't Born To Follow - Byrds/If You Want To Be A Bird - Holy Modal Rounders//Don't Bogart Me - Fraternity Of Man/If Six Was Nine - Jimi Hendrix Experience/Kyrie Eleison - Electric Prunes/It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) - Roger McGuinn/Ballad Of Easy Rider - Roger McGuinn

DS 50064 - 16 of Their Greatest Hits - Mamas & Papas [1969] (9-69, #61) California Dreamin'/Dedicated To The One I Love/I Call Your Name/Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)/Creeque Alley/Dancing In The Street/For The Love Of Ivy/Go Where You Wanna Go//My Girl/Look Through My Window/Words Of Love/Twist And Shout/I Saw Her Again Last Night/Dream A Little Dream Of Me/Trip, Stumble And Fall/Monday, Monday

DS 50065 - The Best of Mickie Finn - Mickie Finn [1969]

DSX 50066 - Monster - Steppenwolf [1969] (11-69, #17) Issued with a fold-open cover. Monster-Suicide-America/Draft Resister/Power Play//Move Over/Fag/What Would You Do (If I Did That To You)/From Here To There Eventually

Label design and logo changes here.

At this point, a slight change in the label design separates the "Dunhill" and "ABC Records" parts of the multicolored box at the top of the label into two separate boxes. The logo on the front of the record jacket also changes to two boxes. The notation at the bottom of the record label remains the same. Promotional labels use the "one box" design until supplies are used up (promotional albums as late as 50112 are known to exist with the "one box" design).

DS 50067 - Leaving it All Behind - Grass Roots [1969] (12-69, #36) Issued with a fold- open cover. I'm Livin' For You, Girl/Back To Dreaming Again/Out Of This World/Melinda, Love/Don't Remind Me/Take Him While You Can//Heaven Knows/Walking Through The Country/Something's Comin' Over Me/Truck Drivin' Man/Wait A Million Years

DS 50068 - Captured Live at the Forum - Three Dog Night [1969] (11-69, #6) Heaven Is In Your Mind/Feeling Alright/It's For You/Nobody/One//Chest Fever/Eli's Coming/Easy To Be Hard/Try A Little Tenderness

DS 50069 - Bangor Flying Circus - Bangor Flying Circus [1969] (12-69, #190) Violent Men/Come On People/Ode To Sadness/Concerto For Clouds//A Change In Our Lives/Someday I'll Find/Mama Don't You Know (That Your Daughter's Acting Mighty Strange)/In The Woods/Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)

DS 50070 - The Original Hits of Right Now - Plus Some Heavies from the Motion Picture Easy Rider - Various Artists [1969] (12-69, #166) Wait A Million Years - Grassroots/Easy To Be Hard - Three Dog Night/Baby It's You - Smith/It's Getting Better - Mama Cass Elliot/I Wasn't Born To Follow - Robbs/Move Over - Steppenwolf//One - Three Dog Night/Rock Me - Steppenwolf/Make Your Own Kind Of Music - Mama Cass Elliot/The Weight - Smith/Ballad Of Easy Rider - Odetta/The River Is Wide - Grassroots

DS 50071 - Make Your Own Kind of Music/It's Getting Better - Mama Cass Elliot [1969] (12-69, #169) Make Your Own Kind Of Music/Blow Me A Kiss/It's Getting Better/Easy Come, Easy Go/I Can Dream, Can't I/Welcome To The World//Lady Love/He's A Runner/Move In A Little Closer, Baby/When I Just Wear My Smile/Who's To Blame/Sour Grapes

DS 50072 - Jamme - Jamme [1970] Poor Widow/She Sits There/Jan/Strawberry Jaw Man/Richman//My Old Lady/Changes/Empty Feeling/Scarborough Rose/Matthew O'Grady

DSY 50073 - A Gathering of Flowers: The Mamas & Papas Anthology - Mamas & Papas [1970] (2-LP set)

DS 50074 - The Richard Harris Love Album - Richard Harris [1970]

DSD 50075 - Live Steppenwolf - Steppenwolf [1970] (4-70, #7) (2-LP set) Sookie, Sookie/Don't Step On The Grass, Sam/Tighten Up Your Wig//Monster/Draft Resister/Power Play//Corrina, Corrina/Twisted/From Here To There Eventually//Hey Lawdy Mama - Magic Carpet Ride/The Pusher/Born To Be Wild

DS 50076 - A Record of Pure Love & Pleasure - Pure Love & Pleasure [1970] (4-70, #195) Too Scared To Go/All In My Mind/What'cha Gonna Do/My Lies/Hard Times//Mama Said/Joyce/Relax/Love, Love, Love You/The Lord's Prayer

DS 50077 - John Phillips (John the Wolfking of L.A.) - John Phillips [1970] (5-70, #181) April Anne/Topanga Canyon/Malibu People/Someone's Sleeping/Drum//Captain/Let It Bleed, Genevieve/Down The Beach/Mississippi (LP version, different from the hit 45)/Holland Tunnel

DS 50078 - It Ain't Easy - Three Dog Night [1970] (5-70, #8) The original cover of It Ain't Easy is gold colored with the entire group pictured in the nude. This cover was then replaced with the much more common one that is brown with a picture of the three vocalists sitting around a piano fully clothed. Women/Cowboy/It Ain't Easy/Out In The Country/Good Feeling 1957//Rock And Roll Widow/Mama Told Me Not To Come/Your Song/Good Time Living

*DS 50079 - The Grass Is Greener - Colosseum [1970] Bolero/Butty's Blues/Elegy/Jumping Off The Sun/Los Angeles/Rope Ladder To The Moon/The Grass Is Greener/The Machine Demands A Sacrifice

DS 50080 - Same People (That You Meet Going Up, You Meet Coming Down) - Roy Head [1970] Same People (That You Meet Going Up, You Meet Coming Down)/Trying To Reach My Goal/Driving Wheel/I'm Not A Fool Anymore/I Was Born A Free Man/Mama Mama//She's About A Mover/Neighbor-Neighbor/Don't Want To Make It Too Funky (In The Beginning)/Double Your Satisfaction/Let A Woman Be A Woman/Soul Train

DS 50081 - Minus-Plus - Smith [1970] (7-70, #74) You Don't Love Me (Yes I Know)/Born In Boston/Comin' Back To Me/Feel The Magic/Jason//What Am I Gonna Do/Take A Look Around/Since You've Been Gone/Circle Man/Minus-Plus

DS 50082 - Trampin' - Shango [1970] Some Things A Man's Gotta Do/The Time Has Come/Walkin' In The Sunshine/Maybe I Can Find A Way/That's My Bag//Have You Seen The Morning/You Got Something/Can't Stay Away From You/Blue One, Blue Two/Brotherhood

DS 50083 - Movie Scene - Bully Boys Band [1970]

DS 50084 - Flying Ahead - Atlee [1970] Rip You Up/Swamp Rhythm/Painted Ladies/Jesus People//Let's Make Love/Will We Get Together/Dirty Old Man/Ain't That The Way/Dirty Sheets

DS 50085 - The Big Hits Now - Various Artists [1970] (8-70, #197) Eli's Coming - Three Dog Night/Hey There Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman/Heaven Knows - Grass Roots/New World Comin' - Mama Cass Elliot/The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King (3:55)/Jam Up Jelly Tight - Tommy Roe//Can I Change My Mind - Tyrone Davis/Baby Hold On - Grass Roots/Take A Look Around - Smith/Hey Lawdy Mama - Steppenwolf/So Excited - B.B. King/Celebrate - Three Dog Night

DS 50086 - Bush - Bush [1970] Back Stage Girl/Yonge Street Patty/Got To Leave The City/I Miss You/The Grand Commander/Cross Country Man//I Can Hear You Calling/Messin' Around With Boxes/Living Life/Turn Down/Drink Your Wine

DS 50087 - More Golden Grass - Grass Roots [1971] (10-70, #152) Issued with a fold- open record jacket. Come On And Say It/I Can Turn Off The Rain/Heaven Knows/The River Is Wide/Let It Go/Wait A Million Years//Temptation Eyes/Walking Through The Country/Lovin' Things/Get It Together/Baby Hold On/Keepin' Me Down

DSX 50088 - Naturally - Three Dog Night [1970] (12-70, #14) Original record jacket is a fold-out cover that allows the left side of the "booklet" to be opened to a two-foot-high poster/collage that can be detached from the rest of the cover for handy room hanging. I Can Hear You Calling/One Man Band/I'll Be Creeping/Fire Eater/Can't Get Enough Of It//Sunlight/Heavy Church/Liar/I've Got Enough Heartache/Joy To The World

DS 50089 - Emitt Rhodes - Emitt Rhodes [1970] (12-70, #29) With My Face On The Floor/Somebody Made For Me/She's Such A Beauty/Long Time No See/Lullabye/Fresh As A Daisy//Live Till You Die/Promises I've Made/You Take The Dark Out Of The Night/You Should Be Ashamed/Ever Find Yourself Running?/You Must Have

DSX 50090 - Steppenwolf 7 - Steppenwolf [1970] (11-70, #19) Issued with a fold-open record jacket. Also issued as Capitol Record Club SMAS-93399, using the original Dunhill label graphics. Ball Crusher/40 Days And 40 Nights/Fat Jack/Renegade//Foggy Mental Breakdown/Snow Blind Friend/Who Needs Ya'/Earschplittenloudenboomer/Hippo Stomp

DS 50091 - Seasons - Magna Carta [1970] Seasons (Prologue - Winter Poem - Spring Poem - Spring Song - Summer Poem - Summer Song - Autumn Song - Epilogue - Winter Song (Reprise))//Goin' My Way (Road Song)/Elizabethan/Give Me No Goodbye/Ring Of Stones/Scarecrow/Airport Song

DS 50092 - A Time to Remember! - Artie Kornfeld Tree [1970] Country Morning On 56th Street/First Anniversary Cut/McCracken's Cut/Helpless/Sweet Sweet Music Refrain//Time To Remember/Rock N' Roll Babies/Thanks For The Sunshine/Tears Of Yesterday (Chapels Of Our Minds)/Des Moines, Iowa Variety Show/Rock N' Roll Is Here To Stay

DS 50093 - Mama's Big Ones - Mama Cass [1971] (3-71, #194) It's Getting Better/Dream A Little Dream Of Me/Make Your Own Kind Of Music/Words Of Love/New World Coming/Move In A Little Closer, Baby//One Way Ticket/The Good Times Are Coming/Easy Come, Easy Go/Don't Let The Good Life Pass You By/Ain't Nobody Else Like You/A Song That Never Comes

DS 50094 - Daniel Moore - Daniel Moore [1971]

*DS 50095 - World's End - Andwella [1971] Back On The Road/Hold On To Your Mind/I Got A Woman/I'm Just Happy To See You Get Her/Just How Long/Lady Love/Michael Fitzhenry/Reason For Living/Shadow Of The Night/World's End

DS 50096 - Watcha Gonna Do - Denny Doherty [1971] Watcha Gonna Do/Neighbors/Gathering The Words/Don't You Be Fooled/Got A Feelin'//Tuesday Morning/Still Can't Hear The Music/Hey Good Looking/The Drummer's Song/Medley: Here Comes The Sun-The Two Of Us

DS 50097 - H to He Who Am the Only One - Van Der Graaf Generator [1970] Killer/House With No Door/The Emperor In His War-Room: The Emperor-The Room//Lost: The Dance In Sand And Sea-The Dance In Frost/Pioneers Over C

DSX 50098 - Golden Bisquits - Three Dog Night [1970] (2-71, #5) Original record jacket is a fold-out cover that allows the left side of the "booklet" to be opened to a two-foot-high poster of the three vocalists that can be detached from the rest of the cover for handy room hanging. One/Easy To Be Hard/Mama Told Me (Not To Come)/Eli's Coming/Your Song/Celebrate//One Man Band/Out In The Country/Nobody/Woman/Don't Make Promises/Try A Little Tenderness

DSX 50099 - Steppenwolf Gold - Steppenwolf [1971] (3-71, #24) Issued with a detachable fold-open cover that opens into a poster. Born To Be Wild/It's Never Too Late/Rock Me/Hey Lawdy Mama/Move Over/Who Needs Ya//Magic Carpet Ride/The Pusher/Sookie, Sookie/Jupiter Child/Screaming Night Hog

DSX 50100 - Historical Performances Recorded at the Monterey International Pop Festival - Mamas & Papas [1970] Issued with a fold-open album jacket. Also issued as Capitol Record Club SMAS-93470, using the original Dunhill label graphics. Straight Shooter/Got A Feelin'/California Dreamin'/Spanish Harlem//Somebody Groovy/I Call Your Name/Intro/Monday, Monday/Dancing In The Street

DSX 50101 - Daughter of Time - Colosseum [1970] Three Score And Ten, Amen/Time Lament/Take Me Back To Doomsday/The Daughter Of Time//Theme For An Imaginary Western/Bring Out Your Head/Downhill And Shadows/The Time Machine

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DS 50103 - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds [1971] (6-71, #59) Issued with a fold-open cover. Goin' Down/Annabella/Sweet Pain/It Takes The Best/Don't Refuse My Love/Long Road//Don't Pull Your Love Out/What Can You Say/Behold/Young, Wild And Free/Nora

DS 50104 - Peaceful Children - The Road Home [1971]

DS 50105 - People's People - Andwella [1971] She Taught Me To Love/Saint Bartholomew/The World Of Angelique/Mississippi Water/I've Got My Own//Are You Ready/Four Days In September /Lazy Days/People's People/Behind The Painted Screen/All In You

DSX 50106 - People Like Us - Mamas & Papas [1971] (11-71, #84) Original issues of this album had a lyric insert page. People Like Us/Pacific Coast Highway/Snowqueen Of Texas/Shooting Star/Step Out/Lady Genevieve//No Dough/European Blueboy/Pearl/I Wanna Be A Star/Grasshopper/Blueberries For Breakfast

DSX 50107 - Their 16 Greatest Hits - Grass Roots [1971] (10-71, #58) Sooner Or Later/Where Were You When I Needed You/Heaven Knows/Let's Live For Today/Temptation Eyes/The River Is Wide/Come On And Say It/Midnight Confessions//Wait A Million Years/Walking Through The Country/Lovin' Things/Things I Should Have Said/Bella Linda/Baby Hold On/Feelings/I Can Turn Off The Rain

DSX 50108 - Harmony - Three Dog Night [1971] (10-71, #8) Never Been To Spain/My Impersonal Life/An Old Fashioned Love Song/Never Dreamed You'd Leave In Summer/Jam//You/Night In The City/Murder In My Heart For The Judge/The Family Of Man/Intro: Poem (Mistakes And Illusions)- Peace Of Mind

DS 50109 - Gayle McCormick - Gayle McCormick [1971] (10-71, #198) Issued with a fold-open jacket. It's A Cryin' Shame/Superstar/C'Est La Vie/Natural Woman/You Really Got A Hold On Me//Rescue Me/If Only You Believe/Save Me/Everything Has Got To Be Free/Gonna Be Alright Now

DSX 50110 - For Ladies Only - Steppenwolf [1971] (10-71, #54) For Ladies Only/I'm Asking/Shackles And Chains/Tenderness//The Night Time's For You/Jaded Strumpet/Sparkle Eyes/Black Pit/Ride With Me/In Hopes Of A Garden

DSX 50111 - Mirror - Emitt Rhodes [1971] (11-71, #182) Birthday Lady/Better Side Of Life/My Love Is Strong/Side We Seldom Show/Mirror//Really Wanted You/Bubble Gum The Blues - I'm A Cruiser (Medley)/Love Will Stone You/Golden Child Of God/Take You Far Away

DSX 50112 - Move Along - Grass Roots [1972] (6-72, #86) The Runway/Monday Love/Anyway The Wind Blows/Runnin' Just To Get Her Home Again/Two Divided By Love/Someone To Love//Face The Music/Move Along/One Word/Only One/Glory Bound

DSX 50113 - Hallway Symphony - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds [1971] (2-72, #191) Hallway Symphony/One Good Woman/Like Monday Follows Sunday/Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got)/Bridge Over Troubled Water-You've Got A Friend (Medley)//On The Other Hand/Anna, No Can Do/C'Est La Vie/Don't Be Afraid Of The World/If Every Man /Hallway Symphony (Reprise)

DS 50114 - Danny Cox - Danny Cox [1971]

DS 50115 - Natural Causes - Richard Landis [1971]

DSX 50116 - My Boy - Richard Harris [1971] (12-71, #71) Beth/Sidewalk- Song/Proposal/Ballad Of An Unborn Child/This Is Our Child/Like Father Like Son//Requiem/This Is Where I Came In/Why Do You Leave Me?/All The Broken Children/My Boy/This Is The Way

DSX 50117 - Peaceman's Farm - Noah [1972] Peaceman's Farm/They Come, They Go/Sussex /April Roads/Light Of A Different Day//For Us All/World Band/Something's In My Way/Take Me Back/Never Too Late

DSD 50118 - Seven Separate Fools - Three Dog Night [1972] (7-72, #6) Original pressings have the album in a soft box with seven individual 7-1/2" x 11" color cards as inserts. Black And White/My Old Kentucky Home (Turpentine And Dandelion Wine)/Prelude To Morning/Pieces Of April/Going In Circles/Chained//Tulsa Turnaround/In Bed/Freedom For The Stallion/The Writings On The Wall/Midnight Runaway

DSX 50119 - Bags and Things - Dennis Lambert [1971] Bags And Things/Ashes To Ashes/Of All The Things/Somebody Found Her (Before I Lost Her)/I Didn't Sing (In The New York Subway)//Cross My Mind/Something To Remember You By/So Little Time/Rock And Roll Mood/Dream On

DSX 50120 - Forgotten Songs and Unsung Heroes - John Kay [1972] (4-72, #113) Note: John was the lead singer for the group Steppenwolf. Many A Mile /Walk Beside Me/You Win Again/To Be Alive//Bold Marauder/Two Of A Kind/Walkin' Blues/Somebody/I'm Movin' On

DSX 50121 - Bobby Whitlock - Bobby Whitlock [1972] (4-72, #140) Where There's A Will There's A Way/Song For Paula/A Game Called Life/Country Life/A Day Without Jesus//Back In My Life Again/The Scenery has Slowly Changed/I'd Rather Live The Straight Life/The Dreams Of A Hobo/Back Home In England

DSX 50122 - Farewell to Paradise - Emitt Rhodes [1973] Warm Self Sacrifice/See No Evil/Drawn To You/Blue Horizon/Shoot The Moon/Only Lovers Decide//Trust Once More/Nights Are Lonely/Bad Man/In Desperate Need/Those That Die/Farewell To Paradise

DSX 50123 - Son of My Father - Giorgio [1972] Son Of My Father/Automation/London Traffic/Underdog/Spanish Disaster//Lord Release Me/Pauline/Watch Your Step/That's How I See Her/Tears

DSX 50124 - Rest in Peace - Steppenwolf [1972] (6-72, #62) Don't Step On The Grass, Sam/Foggy Mental Breakdown/Everybody's Next One/Desperation/The Ostrich//Renegade/Hippo Stomp/Your Wall's Too High/Take What You Need/None Of Your Doing

DSX 50125 - Sundego's Travelling Orchestra - Jim Price [1972] Take Me/Roll And Roll And Roll/Tramper/I Can't Find The Road/Open Up Your Door/Lay Low//I Ain't Got The Blues No More/Pick A Prize/Bankin' On Account/The Strip/You Got To Live

DSX 50126 - A Song or Two - Cashman & West [1972] (10-72, #168) Songman/Because You're Free/Six-Man Song Band/If You Were A Rainbow/I Belong To You/Only A Woman Like You//American City Suite (Sweet City Song, Hello Jack, All Around The Town, A Friend is Dying)/We Let Love Slip Away/It Ain't Easy/Songman (Reprise)

DSX 50127 - Birtha - Birtha [1972] Free Spirit/Fine Talking Man/Tuesday/Feeling Lonely/She Was Good To Me//Work On A Dream/Too Much Woman (For A Hen Pecked Man)/Judgement Day/Forgotten Soul

DSX 50128 - Cameo - Dusty Springfield [1973] Who Gets Your Love/Breakin' Up A Happy Home/Easy Evil/Mama's Little Girl/The Other Side Of Life/Comin' And Goin'//I Just Wanna Be There/Who Could Be Loving You Other Than Me ?/Tupelo Honey/Of All The Things/Learn To Say Goodbye

DSX 50129 - Keeper of the Castle - Four Tops [1972] (11-72, #33) Keeper Of The Castle/Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got)/Put A Little Love Away/Turn On The Light Of Your Love/When Tonight Meets Tomorrow/Love Music//Remember What I Told You To Forget/(I Think I Must Be) Dreaming/The Good Lord Knows/Jubilee With Paul/Love Makes You Human/Keeper Of The Castle (Reprise)

DS 50130 - Barnstorm - Barnstorm Featuring Joe Walsh [1972] (10-72, #79) Here We Go/Midnight Visitor/One And One/Giant Bohemoth/Mother Says//Birdcall Morning/Home/I'll Tell The World About You/Turn To Stone/Comin' Down

DSX 50131 - Raw Velvet - Bobby Whitlock [1972] (11-72, #190) Tell The Truth/Bustin' My Ass/Write You A Letter/Ease Your Pain/If You Ever/Hello L.A., Bye-Bye Birmingham//You Came Along/Think About It/Satisfied/Dearest I Wonder/Start All Over

DSD 50132 - Living and Dying in 3/4 Time - Jimmy Buffett [1974] (3-74, #176) Issued with a fold-open cover. Label is the "one box" multicolor logo with no white lettering around the bottom of the label. Pencil Thin Mustache/Come Monday/Ringling, Ringling/Brahma Fear/Brand New Country Star/Livingston's Gone To Texas//The Wino And I Know/West Nashville Grand Ballroom Gown/Saxophones/Ballad Of Spider John/God's Own Drunk

DSX 50133 - Slides - Richard Harris [1972] (12-72, #181) I Don't Have To Tell You/Gin Buddy/Blue Canadian Rocky Dream/Sunny-Joe/Best Way To See America/Once Upon A Dusty Road//Roy/How I Spent My Summer/I'm Comin' Home/November Song/Slides/There Are Too Many Saviours On My Cross

DSX 50134 - La Familia: Fine Cigars Since 1492 - Kracker [1972] Original packaging has the disc in a box, as if it were an album box set, but just the single disc and some cardboard filler is inside. The box is designed to look like a cigar box, with the notation "25 Cigars" in the lower right of the front of the box. Obviously, there were no cigars inside. In The Country/Sunshine/Atlanta Rip-Off/Why Wait Until Tomorrow/Killing Mother Naturally//Broken Man/Everybody's Taking All My Bread/Vivi, Mori, Pa'que/Because Of You (The Sun Don't Set)

DSX 50135 - 16 Greatest Hits - Steppenwolf [1973] (2-73, #152)Born To Be Wild/It's Never Too Late/Rock Me/Hey Lawdy Mama/Move Over/Who Needs Ya/Snow Blind Friend/Ride With Me//Magic Carpet Ride/The Pusher/Sookie Sookie/Jupiter Child/Screaming Night Hog/For Ladies Only/Tenderness/Monster

DSX 50136 - Can't Stop the Madness - Birtha [1973] Freedom/My Man Told Me/Don't Let It Get You Down/Sun/Let Us Sing//Rock Me/All This Love/(When Will Ya) Understand/My Pants Are Too Short/Can't Stop The Madness

Label design changes.

A short-lived new label is used concurrently with the previous one. It is black with "Dunhill" written in multi-colored children's blocks on top and "ABC Records" at the bottom. This was an experiment by ABC, as the parent ABC label was revised to use the children's blocks as well. Apparently, it was not greeted with enthusiasm, as it lasted mere months. After the "blocks" label was junked, Dunhill reverted to the multi-colored box label, but without the white printing on the bottom edge. Specially designed labels appear as well (i.e. Three Dog Night's Hard Labor, which depicted a sea-urchin-like design on a red background) .

DSX 50137 - A Lotta' Milage - Grass Roots [1973] Where There's Smoke There's Fire/Pick Up Your Feet/You've Got To Bend With The Breeze/Just A Little Tear/Ain't No Way To Go Home/Claudia//Love Is What You Make It/Look But Don't Touch/Ballad Of Billie Joe/We Almost Made It Together/Little Bit Of Love

DSY 50138 - Around the World with Three Dog Night - Three Dog Night [1973] (3-73, #18) (2-LP set) Disc 1: One Man Band/Never Been To Spain/Going In Circles/Family Of Man/Midnight Runaway//Liar/Good Feelin' 1957/Organ Solo/Eli's Coming; Disc 2: Joy To The World/Black And White/Pieces Of April/Out In The Country//Mama Told Me Not To Come/Drum Solo/An Old Fashioned Love Song/Jam

DSX 50139 - Richard Harris: His Greatest Performances - Richard Harris [1973] Label is the "two box" multicolored logo, with no white lettering around the bottom of the label. MacArthur Park/Didn't We/My Boy/There Are Too Many Saviours On My Cross/Fill The World With Love//A Tramp Shining/The Yard Went On Forever/Lovers Such As I/One Of The Nicer Things/Requiem

DSX 50140 - The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get - Joe Walsh [1973] (6-73, #6) Rocky Mountain Way/Bookends/Wolf/Midnight Moodies/Happy Ways//Meadows/Dreams/Days Gone By/Daydream (Prayer)

DSX 50141 - Moondog Serenade - Cashman & West [1973] (8-73, #192) Time- Traveler/Will You Be My Lady/Let Your Feelings Go/Is It Raining In New York City/Mixed Emotions//Follow The Man With The Music/The Girls Next Door/Somebody Stole The Sun/AM-FM Blues/The King Of Rock 'N Roll

DSX 50142 - First Grade - Thomas Jefferson Kaye [1974] Northern California/Easy Kind Of Feeling/Sho-Bout To Drive Me Wild/Say That You Love Me/American Lovers//Jones/Shine The Light/All Cried Out/L.A./One Man Band

DSX 50143 - They Love Me/They Love Me Not - Genya Ravan [1973] Gotta Tell Somebody ('Bout My Baby)/When You Got Trouble/You Got The Blue/Under Control/I'll Be With You/Southern Celebration//Missy (Mister)/That Cryin' Rain/Keep On Growing/Don't Press Me/Roll And Roll And Roll/Swan Blues

DSX 50144 - Main Street People - Four Tops [1973] (9-73, #66) Main Street People (Intro)/I Just Can't Get You Out Of My Mind/It Won't Be The First Time/Sweet Understanding Love/Am I My Brother's Keeper/Are You Man Enough//Whenever There's Blue/Too Little, Too Late/Peace Of Mind/One Woman Man/Main Street People

DSX 50145-2 - 20 Golden Hits - Mamas & Papas [1973] (3-73, #186) (2-LP set) California Dreamin'/Dedicated To The One I Love/I Call Your Name/Twelve-Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming To The Canyon)/Creeque Alley//Dancing In The Street/For The Love Of Ivy/Go Where You Wanna Go/My Girl/Look Through My Window//Monday, Monday/Words Of Love/Twist And Shout/I Saw Her Again Last Night/Dream A Little Dream Of Me//People Like Us/You Baby/Got A Feelin'/Trip, Stumble And Fall/Straight Shooter

DSX 50146 - Juggernauts of the Early 70's - Various Artists [1973] Mama Told Me (Not To Come) - Three Dog Night/Baby It's You - Smith/Two Divided By Love - Grass Roots/You Don't Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce/It's A Crying Shame - Gayle McCormick/Rock Me - Steppenwolf//Don't Pull Your Love - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds/I'm Movin' On - John Kay/Hey There Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman/Stagger Lee - Tommy Roe/Make Your Own Kind Of Music - Mama Cass/Walk Away - james Gang

DSX 50147 - My Sportin' Life - John Kay [1973] (7-73, #200) Moonshine (Friend Of Mine)/Nobody Lives Here Anymore/Drift Away/Heroes An Devils/My Sportin' Life//Easy Evil/Giles Of The River/Dance To My Song/Sing With The Children

DSX 50148 - A Song for Every Mood - William St. James [1973]

DSX 50149 - Thomas Jefferson Kaye - Thomas Jefferson Kaye [1973] The Body Song/Collection Box/The Door Is Still Open/Learning How To Fly/I'll Be Learning Her Tomorrow//Hole In The Shoe Blues/Snake In The Grass/Thanks For Nothing/Hoe Bus

DSX 50150 - A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean - Jimmy Buffett [1973] The Great Filling Station Holdup/Railroad Lady/He Went To Paris/Grapefruit-Juicy Fruit/Cuban Crime Of Passion/Why Don't We Get Drunk//Peanut Butter Conspiracy/They Don't Dance Like Carmen No More/I Have Found Me A Home/My Lovely Lady/Death Of An Unpopular Poet

DSX 50151 - The Third Time's for Music - Alex Taylor [1973]

DSX 50152-2 - Cabaret American Style, Peanuts, Popcorn, Pretzels & Beer - Mickie Finn [1973] (2-LP set)

DSX 50153-2 - 20 Golden Hits of the '60s - Brass Ring [1973] (2-LP set)

DSX 50154 - Kracker Brand - Kracker [1973] For A Little Love/I'm So Glad I Found You/Memories/Wake Up, People/Mary Cool//A Song For Polly/Travel Agent/I Got To Move On/But Not For Me/Funky, Funky Living

DSX 50155 - A Woman Alone - Genie Brown [1973] That's How Heartaches are Made/Maybe This Will Be the Morning/Can't Stop Talking/My First Night Alone Without You/Let Me Stand in Your Shadow//Take Me Where You Took Me Last Night/It's Gotta Be That Way/Wrapped in Love/You and Me/Life is Beautiful When Love is Everywhere

DSX 50156 - Sonoma - Sonoma [1973]

DSX 50157 - Pacific Gas & Electric Starring Charlie Allen - Pacific Gas & Electric [1973] Gumbo Jones/Roll Georgia/Somebody You Love/Hold On/Dancin' In The Fire//Good Gospel Music/I Hear The Trumpets Calling/Some Kind Of Feelin'/I Got A Thing About You, Baby/Sunshine Embrace/Niggers In The Woods

DSX 50158 - Cyan - Three Dog Night [1973] (10-73, #26) Happy Song/Play Children Play/Storybook Feeling/Ridin' A Thumb//Shambala/Singer Man/Let Me Serenade You/Lay Me Down Easy/Into My Life

DSX 50159 - I, In the Membership - Richard Harris [1973]

DSX 50160 - Jonathan Livingston Seagull - Richard Harris [1973] (9-73, #25) Jonathan Livingston Seagull

DSX 50161 - I Have a Dream - Solomon Burke [1974]

DS 50162 - Doing What Comes Naturally - Charles Wright [1973] (2-LP set) Disc 1: Doing What Comes Naturally/One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six/That's All That Matters, Baby//You Threw It All Away/Silly Little Girl/You Are The One For Me; Disc 2: You And Me/A Mother's Love/The Weight Of Hate/1, 2, 3, You And Me//Nonsense

DSX 50163 - His California Album - Bobby Blue Bland [1973] (11-73, #136) This Time I'm Gone For Good/Up And Down World/It's Not The Spotlight/(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right/Goin' Down Slow//The Right Place At The Right Time/Help Me Through The Day/Where Baby Went/Friday The 13th Child/I've Got To Use My Imagination

DSX 50164 - Pratt & McClain - Pratt & McClain [1974]

DSX 50165 -

DSX 50166 - Meeting of the Minds - Four Tops [1974] (4-74, #118) One Chain Don't Make No Prison/Midnight Flower/The Well Is Dry/Love Ain't Easy To Come By/No Sad Songs//Right On Brother/Tell Me You Love Me (Love Sounds)/All My Love/I Found The Spirit/Meeting Of The Minds

DS 50167 - The Hexorcist (A Devil of an Album) - Various Artists [1974] Tracks by Pat Paulsen, Gary Owens, Jaye P. Morgan, Joan Gerber, and others.

DSD 50168 - Hard Labor - Three Dog Night [1974] (4-74, #20) Original cover shows a female creature giving birth to a record album, covered for record store display purposes by a large file folder covering about two-thirds of the cover. Later covers have the file folder, but have a huge band-aid over about a quarter of the cover underneath. Special label is black and red with silver print. Prelude/Sure As I'm Sittin' Here/Any Time Babe/Put Out The Light/Sitting In Limbo//I'd Be So Happy/Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)/On The Way Back Home /The Show Must Go On

DSX 50169 - Dreamer - Bobby Bland [1974] (8-74, #172) Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City/I Wouldn't Treat A Dog (The Way You Treated Me)/Lovin' On Borrowed Time/When You Come To End Of The Road/I Ain't Gonna Be The First To Cry//Dreamer/Yolanda/Twenty-Four Hour Blues/Cold Day In Hell/Who's Foolin' Who

Label changes.

Some of the albums from this point on were issued using various labels. The normal "two box" label was used, as was the "one box" label, as was the regular new ABC label stock (yellow to red or purple concentric circles, with "abc Dunhill" underlined on top). Things were winding down at Dunhill, however, and by 1975, ABC reissued many of the older Dunhill albums that were still in the catalog using the ABC label. When ABC was sold to MCA in the late 1970s, MCA continued this practice, using the ABC- Dunhill version of the "concentric circles" label for reissues, even though the jackets were changed to show MCA numbers..

DS 50170 - The John Verity Band - John Verity [1974]

DS 50171 - So What - Joe Walsh [1974] (1-75, #11) Welcome To The Club/Falling Down/Pavane Of The Sleeping Beauty (Pavane De La Belle Au Bois Dormant)/Time Out/All Night Laundry-Mat Blues//Turn To Stone/Help Me Through The Night/Country Fair/Song For Emma

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DS 50173 -

*DS 50174 - Bad Habits - Headstone [1974] Bad Habits/DMT/Don't Turn Your Back/High On You/Live For Each Other/Love You Too/O3B/Open Your Eyes/Take A Plane/Take Me Down/You've Heard It All Before

DSX 50175 - What America Needs - Fresh Start [1974] Goin' Down To Get Ya/Right Away/Meet Me At The Water/So Much Pain/Free//La La/Takin' Care Of Business/Gypsy/Fresh Start

DSX 50176 - Payne and Pleasure - Freda Payne [1974] It's Yours To Have/Didn't I Tell You/I Get Carried Away/Run For Your Life/Don't Wanna Be Left Out//Shadow On The Wall/I Won't Last A Day/The Way We Were/A Song For You

*DSX 50177 - It's Time - Mighty Clouds of Joy [1974] Everything Is Going Up/Heart Full Of Love/Laugh/Master Plan/Mighty Cloud Of Joy/Stoned World/Time/(You Think) You're Doin' It On Your Own

DSD 50178 - Joy to the World: Their Greatest Hits - Three Dog Night [1974] (12-74, #15) Joy To The World/One/Sure As I'm Sitting Here/Old Fashioned Love Song/Let Me Serenade You/Shambala/Black And White//Never Been To Spain/One Man Band/Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)/I'd Be So Happy/Liar/Family Of Man/The Show Must Go On

DSD 50179 - Lifesong - Cashman & West [1974] Maury/Rock Me To Your Music/A Man Can't Always Be/I Could Feel The Morning/The Dutchman//New York Woman/Fly Away/Tuna Fish Song/Three Stones From The Sun/Lifesong

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DS 50182 -

DS 50183 - A1A - Jimmy Buffett [1975] (2-75, #25) Makin' Music For Money/Door Number Three/Dallas/Presents To Send You/Stories We Could Tell/Life Is Just A Tire Swing//A Pirate Looks At Forty/Migration/Trying To Reason With Hurricane Season/Nautical Wheelers/Tin Cup Chalice

DSD 50184 - The Handsome Devils - Hello People [1974] (11-74, #145) Future Shock/Finger Poppin' Time/Take The Love In Your Body/Destiny/Ripped Again//Listen To Your Heart/Creego/Cry Baby/Just One Victory/How High Is The Moon/Save A Dance For Me

DSX 50185 - White Horse - Michael Omartian [1974]

DSX 50186 - Longings - Dusty Springfield [unissued]

DS 50187 - Ninety Day Cycle People - Charles Wright [1974]

DSX 50188 - Live and in Concert - Four Tops [1974] (10-74, #92) Intro And Countdown/Are You Man Enough/Love Ain't Easy To Come By/Medley: Love Music-Reach Out I'll Be There-Standing In The Shadows Of Love/Midnight Flower/Baby I Need Your Lovin'//Keeper Of The Castle/I Am Your Man/Ain't No Woman (Like The One I've Got)/One Chain Don't Make No Prison/I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)

DS 50189 -

DSY 50190 - Together for the First Time... Live - B.B. King & Bobby Bland [1974] (10- 74, #43) (2-LP set) Disc 1: Introduction/3 O'Clock In The Morning/It's My Own Fault Baby/Driftin' Blues/That's The Way Love Is//I'm Sorry/I'll Take Care Of You/Don't Cry No More; Disc 2: Don't Want A Soul Hangin' Around (Don't Answer The Door)/Medley: Good To Be Back Home-Driving Wheel-Rock Me Baby (Rock Me Momma)-Black Night-Cherry Red-It's My Own Fault Baby-3 O'Clock In The Morning-Oh, Come Back Baby (Worried Life Blues)-Chains Of Love-Gonna Get Me An Old Woman//Everybody Wants To Know Why I Sing The Blues/Goin' Down Slow/I Like To Live The Love

DS 50191 - Henry the First - Kenneth Mars [1975]

DSDP 50192 - Fandangos in Space - Carmen [1974] Bulerias: Cante (Song)-Baile (Dance)-Reprise/Bullfight/Stepping Stone/Sailor Song/Lonely House//Por Tarantos/Looking Outside (My Window): Theme-Zorongo-Finale/Tales Of Spain/Retirando/Fandangos In Space/Reprise-Finale

DSDP 50193 - Andy Kim's Greatest Hits - Andy Kim [1974] Reissue of Steed STS 37008. Be My Baby/Baby, I Love You/How'd We Ever Get This Way/Shoot'em Up Baby/Rainbow Ride/A Friend In The City//I Been Moved/So Good Together/I Wish I Were/It's Your Life/Tricia Tell Your Daddy

DSD 50194 - Urban Renewal - Murphy's Law [1975] Bagpipes/Mad Monk/Those Magnificent Clowns/Bushwackers/The Seabird And The Flying Dutchman/Almost A Take (Beer Barrel Polka)//Doze Jazz Guys/I'd Rather Be/Somebody To Believe In/Usin' You/Urban Renewal (Medley: America - Somewhere - Prologue - Cool - Rhapsody In Blue)

DS 50195 -

DS 50196 -

DS 50197 -

DSD 50198 - Dog Style - Three Dog Night [probably unissued]

55000 Original Cast Series:

OCD 55001 - Dear John (Original Cast) - Bengt Arne Wallin [1966]

Special Promo Record:

SPCJ 17 - Tale of Two Cities - Terry Cashman and Tommy West [1972] 12" EP with Cashman & West's "American City Suite" on one side and "Manhattan Tower" by Gordon Jenkins on the other.

Related Record:

MCA-2-6019 - The Best of the Mamas and Papas - Mamas and Papas [1982] Two record set. Creeque Alley/California Dreamin'/Words of Love/Do You Wanna Dance/Trip Stumble and Fall//Monday Monday/I Call Your Name/No Salt on Her Tail/Dancing in the Street/My Girl//Dedicated to the One I Love/I Saw Her Again Last Night/Got a Feelin'/Go Where You Wanna Go/Twist and Shout//Dream a Little Dream of Me/Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon)/Glad to be Unhappy/Look Through My Window/My Heart Stood Still

* Indicates the playing sequence is not known by us and the tracks are listed in alphabetical order.

Thanks to Vince Miller and Peter Preuss.

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