Big Ball

THE BIG BALL

(PRO 358, 1970)
First Loss Leader of the Seventies, and back to the two-disc format.

The Fifth Avenue Band: Nice Folks
John Sebastian: Red-Eye Express
The Beach Boys: This Whole World
Geoff & Maria Muldaur: New Orleans Hopscop Blues
Arlo Guthrie: Coming in to Los Angeles
Eric Andersen: I Was the Rebel, She Was the Cause
Norman Greenbaum: Jubilee
Savage Grace: Ivy
Van Morrison: Caravan
Fleetwood Mac: Oh Well (Parts 1 & 2)
The Pentangle: Sally Go Round the Roses
Jethro Tull: Nothing Is Easy
Small Faces: Flying
Family: No Mule's Fool
The Kinks: When I Turn Out the Living Room Light
The Everly Brothers: I'm on My Way Home Again
Tim Buckley: Happy Time
Joni Mitchell: Big Yellow Taxi
Neil Young: The Loner
Gordon Lightfoot: Approaching Lavender
Randy Newman: Mama Told Me Not to Come
James Taylor: Fire and Rain
Dion: Sit Down Old Friend
Ed Sanders: The Illiad
The GTO's: Kansas and the GTO's; The Captain's Fat Theresa Shoes; The Original GTO's
Captain Beefheart: Ella Guru
The Mothers of Invention: WPLJ
Wild Man Fischer: The Taster; The Story of the Taster
Pearls Before Swine: Footnote
The Grateful Dead: Turn On Your Love Light


Updated 15 January 2001


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