Millennium Album Discography
By Patrice Eyries, David Edwards, and Mike Callahan
Last update: April 3, 2007

Millenium was Jimmy Ienner's label, although in some ways it was more like two labels than one. Ienner was one of the best known producers in the pop music business, having produced hit records for Three Dog Night, Grand Funk, The Raspberries, Eric Carmen, Lighthouse, and many others. He also was the producer of the hit compilation Dirty Dancing. He was well liked by the artists and gave many helpful suggestions for their sound and for their careers.

Millennium was distributed by Casablanca in 1977 and 1978. When Ienner decided to break his ties with Casablanca at the end of 1978, this was not a minor thing. Apparently, his artists were signed to Casablanca, not Millennium, so all of his artists' contracts transferred to Casablanca. Casablanca reissued the last three (i.e., then-current) Millenium albums on Casablanca and issued future albums by the former Millennium artists. A few months later, Ienner started over with a new cast of characters and a new distribution label, RCA.

As far as the label design went, the distribution change had minimal impact. The label kept the same design, but the background color changed from grey to blue.

Hit artists on the label while distributed by Casablanca included Meco, Godz, and Brooklyn Dreams, while after the distribution switch were Chilliwack, Bruce Cockburn, Franke and the Knockouts, Don McLean, Yipes!, and Tommy James.

The Casablanca-distributed label, shown at far left, is grey and depicts a foggy sea and sky scenery with an orange setting sun. It had black lettering. The logo "Millenium" was written in silver lettering on the top half of the label. Around the bottom of the label it read, "Manufactured and Distributed by Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc., 8255 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90046." When the distribution switched to RCA (shown near left), the label color changed to blue with the following written around the bottom of the label: "Manufactured and Distributed by RCA Records, New York, N.Y." For the RCA-distributed albums, Jimmy Ienner's smile logo was also added inside the sun.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. 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 Millennium or Casablanca or RCA Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (all of which are out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2006 by Mike Callahan.



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

MNLP 8000 series (Distributed by Casablanca):

MNLP 8000 - After the Show - Bruce Foster [1977] After The Show/Shot Down In Denver/Platinum Heroes/Maria In The Moonlight/Southern Belle//Born To Break My Heart/Casino/Poems/I Remember/Man With A Dragon/Blues For Tomorrow

MNLP 8001 - Star Wars and Other Galactic Funk - Meco [1977] (8-77, #13) Meco is Domenico Monardo. Title Theme-Imperial Attack-The Desert And The Robot Auction-The Princess Appears-The Land Of The Sand People-Princess Leia's Theme-Cantina Band-The Last Battle-The Throne Room And End Title//Other/Galactic/Funk

MNLP 8002 - Brooklyn Dreams - Brooklyn Dreams [1977] Music, Harmony And Rhythm/Sad Eyes/I Never Dreamed/Don't Fight The Feeling/Another Night At The Tango//On The Corner/Street Dance/(Baby) You're The One/Old Fashioned Girl/Hollywood Circles

MNLP 8003 - The Godz - Godz [1978] (4-78, #191) Go Away/Baby I Love You/Guaranteed/Gotta Keep A Runnin'//Under The Table/Cross Country/Candy's Going Bad

*MNLP 8004 - Encounters of Every Kind - Meco [1978] (1-78, #62) Crazy Rhythm/Hot In The Saddle/ Icebound/In The Beginning/Lady Marion/Meco's Theme/Roman Nights/Theme From Close Encounters/3 W. 57/Time Machine/Topsy

MNLP 8005 - Letting Go - Lori Lieberman [1978] Lori Lieberman was best known for the original version of "Killing Me Softly With His Song," which was issued on Capitol Records some time before Roberta Flack made it a #1 record. That song got some airplay; most of her other albums didn't, including this one. Let Me Down Easy/Letting Go/After The Thrill Is Gone/You're The One/Love Me Again//Jingle/Boston/Late Last Night/What I Would Do

MNLP 8006 - I Will - Ruby Winters [1978] I Will/If This Is Our Last Time/I Can't Fake It Anymore/Treat Me Right/For The Good Times//Something's Burning/Come To Me/I Won't Mention It Again/Lonely Heartaches/Neither One Of Us

MNLP 8007 - Joey Travolta - Joey Travolta [1978] Brother of John Travolta. Original album package also contains a poster of Joey. You Matter To Me/If This Is Love/Listen To Your Heart/The Magic Is You/I Don't Wanna Go/I Rather Leave While I'm In Love//Let's Pretend/Steal Away Again/I Don't Want To Be Lonely/Something's Up/Love Me Like The First Time/This Time You're Really Mine

MNLP 8008 - I Get Around - Good Vibrations [1978] I Get Around/Good Vibrations//Don't Worry Baby/Darlin'/God Only Knows

*MNLP 8009 - The Wizard of Oz - Meco [1978] (9-78, #68) Cyclone/Delirious Escape/Ding- Dong! The Witch Is Dead/Dorothy's Rescue/Haunted Forest/If I Were King Of The Forest/March Of The Winkies/Merry Old Land Of Oz/Munchkinland/Optimistic Voices/Over The Rainbow/Poppies/The Spell/We're Off To See The Wizard (The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz)

MNLP 8010 - Nothing Is Sacred - Godz [1978] (2-79, #189) Reissued as Casablanca NBLP 7134. Gotta Muv/Festyvul Seasun/Rock Yer Sox Auf/I'll Bi Yer Luv/Luv Kage//He's A Fool/714/Hey Mama/Snakin'/I Don't Wanna Go Home

MNLP 8011 - Sleepless Nights - Brooklyn Dreams [1978] (3-79, #151) Reissued as Casablanca NBLP 7135. Make It Last/That's Not The Way That Your Mama Taught You To Be/Sleepless Nights-Send Me A Dream/Fashion For Me/First Love//Street Man/Touching In The Dark/Long Distance/Coming Up The Hard Way/Heaven Knows

MNLP 8012 - Superman and Other Galactic Heroes - Meco [1978] Reissued as Casablanca 7136. Superman Theme/The Destruction of Krypton/The Trip To Earth/Growing Up/Fortress Of Solitude/March Of The Villains/The Flying Sequence//Can You Read My Mind [Love Theme From Superman]/Chasing Rockets/Turning Back The World/End Title/Love Theme/The Boy Wonder/Caped Crusader/Lord Of The Jungle/The Amazing Amazon

BXL1-7700 series (distributed by RCA):

BXL1-7744 - Never Gonna Be the Same - Ruth "Silky" Waters [1979] Never Gonna Be The Same/Spinning Top/As We Fall In Love Once More//Start A New Affair/You Are My Life/Hopeless Situation

BXL1-7745 - Yipes! - Yipes! [1979] (10-79, #177) This Is Your Life/Good Boys/Out In California/Girls Get In Trouble/Me And My Face//East Side Kids/Russian Roll/Hangin' Around/The Ballad Of Roy Orbison/Last Of The Angry Young Men

BXL1-7746 -

BXL1-7747 - Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws - Bruce Cockburn [1979] (2-80, #45) Creation Dream/Hills Of Morning/Badlands Flashback/Northern Lights//After The Rain/Wondering Where The Lions Are/Incandescent Blue/No Footprints

BXL1-7748 - Three Times in Love - Tommy James [1980] (3-80, #134) You Got Me/Long Way Down/Three Times In Love/Lady In White/Everything I Am//It's Magic/I Just Wanna Play The Music/Let It Slide/It's All Right (For Now)

BXL1-7749 - Worlds Apart - Rose [1980]

BXL1-7750 - A Bit Irrational - Yipes!! [1980] I Can See You're In Love/Was That You/Come See About Me/Magic/Good As Gold/She Got Me//Please/Darlin'/(I Can Hardly) Wait For Night/Ballad Of Rudolf Kaiser (Einstein)/Kiss Me/Heartbreak Again

BXL1-7751 - Selected Cuts from U.S. 1980 Tour - Bruce Cockburn [1980] This is a live EP, recorded at My Father's Place in Roslyn, New York. Incandescent Blue/Interlude/Creation Dream//After The Rain/Wondering Where The Lions Are

BXL1-7752 - Humans - Bruce Cockburn [1980] (10-80, #81) Grim Travellers/Rumours Of Glory/More-Not More/You Get Bigger As You Go/What About The Bond//How I Spent My Fall Vacation/Guerrilla Betrayed/Tokyo/Fascist Architecture/The Rose Above The Sky

BXL1-7753 - Girls Rock N' Roll and Cars - Johnny Destry & Destiny [1980] Girls Rock & Roll & Cars/Summertime/It's Got To Be You/We've Got Love/Please Knock/Dance Away/I Can't Stand The Pain/A-m-e-r-i-c-a/Your Head On My Shoulder/Baby Let Me Bang Your Box

BXL1-7754 - Behind the Line - Rose [1981]

BXL1-7755 - Franke & the Knockouts - Franke & Knockouts [1981] (3-81, #31) Come Back/Sweetheart/She's A Runner/You're My Girl/One For All//Tonight/Running Into The Night/Tell Me Why/Annie Goes Hollywood/Don't Stop

BXL1-7756 - Chain Lightning - Don McLean [1981] (2-81, #28) Words And Music/Crying/It's Just The Sun/Lotta Lovin'/Chain Lightning//Your Cheating Heart/Wonderful Night/It Doesn't Matter Anymore/Since I Don't Have You/Genesis (In The Beginning)/It's A Beautiful Life

BXL1-7757 - Bruce Cockburn/Resume - Bruce Cockburn [1981] (5-81, #174) Silver Wheels/The Coldest Night Of The Year/Can I Go With You/Laughter/Water Into Wine//Mama Just Wants To Barrelhouse All Night Long/Lord Of The Starfields/Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand/Dialogue With The Devil

BXL1-7758 - Easy to Love - Tommy James [1981]

BXL1-7759 - Wanna Be a Star - Chilliwack [1981] (10-81, #78) Sign Here/So You Wanna Be A Star/Tell It To The Telephone/Too Many Enemies/Living In Stereo//Mr. Rock/My Girl/(Don't Wanna) Live For A Living/Walk On/I Believe

BXL1-7760 - Fugitive Kind - Bruce Sudano [1981] Sudano was in the groups Alive n' Kicking and Brooklyn Dreams and is Donna Summer's husband. Pretenders/A Girl Like You/Tomorrow/Starting Over Again/True Love//The Fugitive Kind/Modern Age Love Affair/Talk To Me/Looking Back At Yesterday

BXL1-7761 - Inner City Front - Bruce Cockburn [1981] (1-82, #208) You Pay Your Money And You Take Your Chance/The Strong One/All's Quiet On The Inner City Front/Radio Shoes/Wanna Go Walking//And We Dance/Justice/Broken Wheel/Loner

BNXL1-7762 - Believers - Don McLean [1981] (11-81, #156) Castles In The Air/Love Hurts/Jerusalem/Crazy Eyes/Love Letters/Sea Cruise//I Tune The World Out/Isn't It Strange/Left For Dead On The Road Of Love/Believers/Sea Man

BXL1-7763 - Below the Belt - Franke & The Knockouts [1982] (4-82, #48) Never Had It Better/Without You (Not Another Lonely Night)/Just What I Want/Any Way That You Want Me/Morning Sun (Dream On)//Shakedown/Keep On Fighting/Have No Fear/Gina

BXL1-7764 -

BXL1-7765 -

BXL1-7766 - Opus X - Chilliwack [1982] (11-82. #112) Whatcha Gonna Do/Secret Information/She Don't Know/Night Time/Lean On Me//Don't It Make You Feel Good/Really Don't Mind/You're Gonna Last/Midnight

BXL1-7767 -

BXL1-7768 - Horizontal Hold - Rodway [1983] I Am Electric/Leaving Your World/Don't Stop Trying/Dear One (You're No Good for Me)/Don't Knock It 'Til You Try It/X-Ray Eyes/I'd Give You Anything/Dotted Line/Living On An Island

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