Roxbury Album Discography
By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, Mike Callahan and Randy Watts
Last update: September 27, 2010





Roxbury was a subsidiary of Chelsea Records in Los Angeles. It was formed in 1974 by Wes Farrell, and lasted until Chelsea folded in 1977.

The Roxbury label was green with black print. The yellow Roxbury logo was at the top. Promotional labels were grey with black print.



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ROXBURY ALBUM DISCOGRAPHY

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

Roxbury RLX-100 Series:

RLX 100 - Be Thankful for What You Got - William DeVaughn [1974] (8-74, #165) Give The Little Man A Great Big Hand/We Are His Children/Blood Is Thicker Than Water/Kiss And Make Up//Be Thankful For What You Got/Sing A Love Song/You Can Do It/Something's Being Done

RLX 101 - The Best of the Bitter End Years - Various Artists [1975] Younger Generation - John Sebastian/Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison/Sam Stone - John Prine/Motorcycle Song - Arlo Guthrie/Riding on a Railroad - James Taylor/Winken, Blinken and Nod - Simon Sisters/Pop That Thang - Isley Brothers/Gypsy Woman - Curtis Mayfield//Mr. Bojangles - Jerry Jeff Walker/Circus - John Denver/Dr. Rock and Roll - Dion/Beautiful People - Melanie/Daytime Hustler - Bette Midler/Lemon Tree - Peter, Paul and Mary/Lord of the Manor - Everly Brothers

RLX 102 - Swing Your Daddy - Jim Gilstrap [1975] (8-75, #179) Put Out The Fire/Special Occasion/Ain't That Peculiar/One More Heartache//House Of Strangers/Take Your Daddy For A Ride/Swing Your Daddy/Swing Your Daddy (Part II)

RLX 103 - Dark Horse - Thomas Harris [1977] Dark Horse/Take a Chance on a Sure Thing/Girl Ya Upset My Soul/Break Away/Ain't That Too Much For Ya//Tell Me/Can Ya Handle It/This Combination/I'm Missing You/The Price

RLX 104 - Cherry Pie Guy - Linda Carr [1977] Cherry Pie Guy/Take Your Mama for a Ride/Lost and Found/High Wire//The Philly Hound/Mama's Little Corner of the World/Ride a Wild Horse/Dial L for the Love Squad/Hotcakes

RLX 105 - Love Talk - James Gilstrap [1976] Love Talk//Move Me/Never Stop Your Loving Me (Never Stop)/Hello It's Me

RLX 106 - Live In Concert On Mars - Chambers Brothers [1977] Superstar/Me And Your Mother/Midnight Blue (Who Are You)//Medley: Stealing Watermelons (Is Something You Got) /Mama Your Daughter (Is Hot Enough To Burn Water)

Roxbury RX3-300 Series:

RX 3-300 - The Bitter End Years: An Anthology - Various Artists [1976] Three record set. Disc 1: Dodi Li - Theodore Bikel/Golden Apples Of The Sun - Judy Collins/Lord Of The Manor - Everly Brothers/If I Had A Hammer - Limelighters/I Ain't Marching Anymore - Phil Ochs/Marvelous Toy - Tom Paxton/Lemon Tree - Peter, Paul & Mary/Who Do You Love - Tom Rush/Where Have All The Flowers Gone - Pete Seeger/Winken, Blinken & Nod - Simon Sisters (Lucy & Carly)/One Meat Ball - Josh White; Disc 2: Woody Allen - The Moose/Ed Sullivan - George Carlin/First Four Minutes, Live - Robert Klein, Joan Rivers/The Coast, Bullshit And Nixon - David Steinberg/Mr. Veedle - Lily Tomlin; Disc 3: Circus - John Denver/Dr. Rock & Roll - Dion/Motorcycle Song - Arlo Guthrie/Pop That Thang - Isley Brothers/Gypsy Woman - Curtis Mayfield/Beautiful People - Melanie/Daytime Hustler - Bette Midler/Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison/Sam Stone - John Prine/Younger Generation - John Sebastian/Riding The Railroad - James Taylor/Mr. Bojangles - Jerry Jeff Walker





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