Mega Album Discography
By Randy Watts, Mike Callahan, David Edwards and Patrice Eyries
Last update: February 18, 2010

Mega Records was founded in 1970 by Brad McCuen and Harry Pratt. McCuen had worked for RCA since 1948 as a producer, A&R director, writer of liner notes, jazz coordinator, and whatever else needed to be done at the time. He worked with many country artists and stars such as Chet Atkins and Elvis Presley. In fact, he was instrumental in getting Elvis signed to RCA. McCuen was surprisingly dismissed by RCA in 1969 and moved to Nashville, where he and Pratt set up Mega Records and Tapes with financial backing from RPM, Inc., a diversified conglomerate. Originally, Bruce Davidson was Vice President.

Sammi Smith Mega's biggest splash came early in the label's history. McCuen signed a singer who had been recording for Columbia, but who had only moderate success. Her name was Jewel Fay "Sammi" Smith, a California native. She had started performing in clubs by the time she was 12. By the time she was 25 in 1968, she had her first chart hit, "So Long Charlie Brown, Don't Look For Me Around" [Columbia 44370], which reached #69 on the country charts. Two more singles reached the top-60, but she wasn't making much progress. McCuen and Harry Pratt, figuring they could use her smoky voice in a more commercial way, contacted her several times and finally persuaded her to sign with the fledgling Mega label.

Her first single for Mega was also the label's debut single, "He's Everywhere" [Mega 0001], released in August, 1970. It was her most successful single yet, reaching #25, and Mega put together an album of the same name. For her next single, McCuen chose "Help Me Make It Through the Night" [Mega 0015], a Kris Kristofferson song that had been recorded by several male artists, to little success. Smith had recorded it because she had met Kristofferson while at Columbia while he was working as a janitor. It proved to be a monster hit, reaching #1 on the country charts and #8 on the pop side. The song won Grammys for best song and best female vocal. Mega quickly renamed her first album for the bigger hit.

Sammi Smith turned out to be the mainstay of Mega Records, with fourteen more country chart records between 1971 and 1976. By 1973, she had relocated to the Dallas area, where she became part of the Willie Nelson-Waylon Jennings "Outlaw" movement. A lifetime smoker, she died of emphysema in 2005.

Mack Vickery By 1971, Mega had signed country singer Mack Vickery, and his first album for the label was memorable, if for no other reason than the cover. Mack Vickery Live! At the Alabama Women's Prison was recorded at the Julia Tutweiler Prison for Women in Alabama, a nod to a minor trend started by Johnny Cash a few years earlier when he recorded albums at Folsom Prison and San Quenton. The cover, obviously posed with actresses, looks like the cover of some tawdry "Bad Women" book. Vickery had been recording for years to no avail when this album came out, and not surprisingly it didn't prove to be the turning point, either. A few years later, he finally made the country charts under a pseudonym, Atlanta James, with "That Kind of Fool" [MCA 40233], which reached #95. A couple of singles under his own name on Playboy records charted in 1977, but it was really his songwriting that set Mack Vickery apart. He wrote hits for many country stars, including George Strait's #1 hit "The Fireman." Mack died of a heart attack in 2004.

Mega signed several more acts of note in mid-1971. Bill Black's Combo, which had been without the late leader since 1965, produced several albums for Mega but no hits. More successful was the duo of Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan, who put five singles on the charts for Mega starting in the summer of 1971, the biggest hit being "Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain" [Mega 0046], which reached #15 on the country charts. Henson Cargill, who had earlier posted a #1 song with "Skip a Rope" for Monument, placed four singles on the country charts starting in July.

Near the end of the year, Mega signed a British instrumental group called Apollo 100, and released their techno version of Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring", titled simply "Joy" [Mega 0050] in December. It jumped on the pop charts on New Year's Day, 1972, and rode all the way to #6. Apollo 100 was made up of leader Tom Parker, Clem Cattini, Vic Flick, Jim Lawless, and Brian Odgers. By the time the second album came out later that year, Tom Parker was still featured, but the rest of the band was nowhere in sight.

Brad McCuen had much respect in the record business, including in the area of promotion. In January, 1972, McCuen signed a five-album deal with Bob Thiele, President of Flying Dutchman Records. Thiele was amicably taking his labels out from under the distribution of Atlantic Records in favor of independent distribution. The five albums would be part of the "Flying Dutchman Series" on Mega, and Mega started the M51-5000 series for these albums. The five "Flying Dutchman Series" albums were M51-5000-3 (by Larry Coryell, Pretty Purdie and the Playboys, Benny Goodman and Leon Thomas) and M31-1012 (by Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson). Bernard "Pretty" Purdie, a session drummer who in 1967 had a minor hit called "Funky Donkey," was at the time leading the band backing Aretha Franklin. The five albums were seen as an interim move by Thiele, and indeed after the five, Mega got no more Flying Dutchman product. Perhaps that was also because none of the five albums charted.

By April, 1972, Mega Records became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Zemarc, Ltd., a Pennsylvania-based holding company with offices in Nashville. In new elections, Brad McCuen was elected label President with Bruce Davidson executive producer and A&R Director. Harry Pratt was elected Chairman of the Board. The Board of Directors also included Billy Walker and Ralph Emery. Lee Trimble was the National Sales Manager.

Mega signed a number of country artists in 1972. Ray Pillow chalked up three chart singles starting in February, 1972. Don Bowman, on the other hand, did not have chart success with Mega. Singer/pianist Patsy Sledd (nee Patsy Randolph) had four country charters between 1972 and 1976, the highest charting being a remake of the Gene McDaniels tune "Chip, Chip" [Mega 1203], which made #33 in 1974. McCuen also signed a former pop top-10 artist, British vocalist Julie Rogers, but her comeback fizzled. An album of remakes by 1940s/1950s artist Phil Harris likewise failed to chart.

Mega 5005Man in a Gold Helmet In August, 1972, Bruce Davidson left Mega to start his own company, Music Media. This didn't keep him far away, though, as he still was designing covers and writing liner notes for Mega. One of Davidson's brain children was the amusing cover of the second Apollo 100 album, wryly titled Master Pieces, which showed a framed painting of Rembrandt's "Man in a Gold Helmet" opposite a sitting nude. The eyes of the "man in the helmet" were retouched to show the man staring in shock at the woman's body.

In September, 1973, Mega Records broke ties with Zemarc and was sold to Zodiac Records of Torrance, California. Dave Bell took over the management of the company as President and Brad McCuen left. The distribution network set up by Mega was continued for a short time, but soon a new deal was struck with Pickwick. Not only did Pickwick distribute the label through P.I.P. Records, but Pickwick bought in and Mega became "a Division of Pickwick International, Inc. of Woodbury, NY." A new series was started (the MLPS-600 Series) for this purpose. Albums that were still showing some sales action were reissued on the new series.

Brad McCuen certainly found other things to do. In fact, McCuen was a giant of the record industry. He was a founding member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, a charter member of the Country Music Association, and President of the Country Music Foundation (which operates the Country Music Hall of Fame). He donated his sound recording collection of over 25,000 recordings and numerous industry-related personal papers to the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University in 1997. He died in Knoxville, Tennessee, on June 9, 2002.

Meanwhile, Mega Records under the Zodiac/Pickwick management team underachieved impressively, but managed to stay just afloat on the basis of a string of moderate hits by Sammi Smith. Her late-1975 top-10 country hit "Today I Started Loving You Again" resulted in the first album to make the charts in over two years. But it wasn't enough. In early 1976, Mega ran out of cash and the Mega imprint was discontinued. Sammi Smith signed with Elektra. Back-catalog material was released on Zodiac or Pickwick. Master tapes from Mega appeared on a number of reissue labels, including Pickwick and Springboard.

The Mega label throughout its life was yellow and red, with black print, although there were several variations. Early labels (far left) had the label name in red block letters under a red parabola with a full- color building in it. Around the bottom of the label was "A DIVISION OF RPM, INC." Promotional labels were white with black print (near left). Some early promo labels had the label name in red print instead of black.
During the days when Mega was run by Zemarc, Inc., the notation about RPM, Inc. disappeared and "MEGA RECORDS AND TAPES INC. USA" appeared in small letters under the label name (far left). Production logos, including one for the Flying Dutchman albums, would also sometimes appear on the label (Young Blood is shown on the label at far left). After the switch to Zodiac/Pickwick, the label design changed to have the label name in red in a black field at the left side of the label for the 600 series (near left). These labels noted that the label was a Division of Pickwick International, Inc.

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 Mega Records. 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 2010 by Mike Callahan.



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

M31-1000 Series:

M31-1000 - He's Everywhere - Sammi Smith [1970] Original release. Retitled in 1971 (see below). Saunders Ferry Lane/There He Goes/With Pen In Hand/Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down/Lonely Street/He's Everywhere/Help Me Make It Through The Night/But You Know I Love You/Don't Blow No Smoke On Me/When Michael Calls/This Room For Rent

M31-1000 - Help Me Make It Through the Night - Sammi Smith [1971] (2-71, #33/#1CW) Originally released as He's Everywhere, the title of her first hit single for Mega Records, but retitled in early 1971 after "Help Me Make It Through the Night" reached #1 on the country singles chart and #8 on the pop singles chart. Saunders Ferry Lane/There He Goes/With Pen In Hand/Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down/Lonely Street/He's Everywhere/Help Me Make It Through The Night/But You Know I Love You/Don't Blow No Smoke On Me/When Michael Calls/This Room For Rent

M31-1001 - Collage - Randy Denison [1970] Prelude (Sing For You)/Throughout The Woods/Treat You Like A Lady/Interlude Of Young/Country Evening Day/Imaginary Mary/Changing Scenes/Before Morning Wakes/Easier Way/Soft Spoken Words/Lamenting Season

M31-1002 - Live! At the Alabama Women's Prison - Mack Vickery [1971] Life Turned Her That Way/A Woman Who Walks On The Wild Side/Walk A Mile In My Shoes/Down At John Wayne's Ranch (Medley): Cryin' Time-Still-Life Turned Her That Way-Love Me-Hound Dog-Alabama Women's Prison Blues/The Purse/Games People Play/As Usual/Jesus, Don't Give Up On Me/He's Got The Whole World/Ole Time Religion

M31-1003 - Cornbread - Cornbread [1971] Payin' My Dues/Mama's Cookin' Cornbread/Across The Frozen Ground/Day Tripper/Turn On Your Love Light/Keep You Head Up/Keep On Bawlin'/In My Valley/Harley Street/Blessed Be The Name Of Charley Jones

M31-1004 - Between Truck Stops: Songs for the Open Road - Lawton Williams [1971] Cold, Cold Hands/Asphalt Cowboy/The Ballad Of Jim Blynn/Headin' Down The Wrong Highway/Tennessee Border/I'd Rather Drive A Truck/Sybil Writes/Highway To Nowhere/Truck Driver's Blues/Big Wheel Cannonball

M31-1005 - Fred Waring's Nashville - Fred Waring & Pennsylvanians [1971] Anytime/Four Walls/Snowbird/Daddy Sang Bass/I Really Don't Want To Know/Open Up Your Heart/Try A Little Kindness/Love Me Tender/People Are So Nice/Hank Williams Medley: (Your) Cheatin' Heart-Kaw Liga- Hey, Good Lookin'-Cold, Cold Heart/Jambalaya (On The Bayou)

M31-1006 - Glen Sherley - Glen Sherley [1971] (5-71, #32CW) Dialogue/Looking Back In Anger/Greystone Chapel/F.B.I. Top Ten/Portrait Of My Woman/Dialogue/Mama Had A Country Soul/Pick A Bouquet/Dialogue/If This Prison Yard Could Talk/Step Right This Way/Frisco Song/Keep Steppin'/Measure Of A Man

M31-1007 - Lonesome - Sammi Smith [1971] (8-71, #191/#15CW) The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me/Mr. Bojangles/Here's To Forever/Willie/Jimmy's In Georgia/For The Kids/He Makes It Hard To Say Goodbye/Haven't You Heard/The Weight/Then You Walk In/Fire And Rain

M31-1008 - The Memphis Scene - Bill Black's Combo [1971] Rings/Resurrection Shuffle/Make It With You/Memphis Shuffle/Beale Street Connection/Mighty Clouds Of Joy/Oh Happy Day/Cotton Carnival/Mississippi Current/Sugar Cured/Summer Sand

M31-1009 - Two Sides of Jack & Misty - Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan [1972] (5-72, #35CW) Somewhere In Virginia In The Rain/Sweet Memories/Rings Of Gold/The Shadows Of The Leaves/There Must Be More To Life (Than Growing Old)/The Legendary Chicken Fairy/Miami Sidewalks/Fire Hydrant #79/Don't It Make You Wanta Go Home/If Eggs Had Legs

M31-1010 - Joy - Apollo 100 featuring Tom Parker [1972] (2-72, #47) Joy (Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring)/Mad Mountain King (Hall Of The Mountain King)/Mendelssohn's 4th (Second Movement)/Libido/Jazz Pizzicato/Tamara/Reach For The Sky/Evil Midnight (Danse Macabre)/Air For The G String/Exercise In A Minor/Classical Wind

M31-1011 - Something Old, Something New, Something Blue - Sammi Smith [1972] (5- 72, #17CW) I've Got To Have You/Just Out Of Reach/Kentucky/Girl In New Orleans/Jody And The Kid/Right Won't Touch A Hand/Billy Jack/Bridge Over Troubled Water/Isn't It Sad/Where Grass Won't Grow

M31-1012 - You Can't Make Love Alone - Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson [1972] Flying Dutchman Series. Straight No Chaser/Cleanhead Blues/You Can't Make Love Alone/I Had A Dream/Person To Person

M31-1013 - With Feeling - Julie Rogers [1972] Where Do You Go/You Better Sit Down Kids/Love Theme From The Film "Michael & Helga"/Johnny/Baby Don't You Leave Me/Almost Close To You/But You Know I Love You/This Is Me/Once More With Feeling/Now

M31-1014 - Juke Box Favorites...and Others - Bill Black's Combo [1972] Harlem Nocturne/Canadian Sunset/Bluff City Cookin'/Cry/One Mint Julep/Honky Tonk/Alley Cat/Proud Mary/Sassy Pants/Night Train

M31-1015 - The All New Don Bowman - Don Bowman [1972] Homecoming/Chit Atkins Makes Me A Star/Farley Goes To Trial/To Beat The Devil/Poetic Justice/The D.J. Request/Married Man Blues/Hello D.J. (The Bleep Version)/Music City, U.S.A./She Gave Her Heart To Jethro/Farley And The A.A./Freddie Four Toes/The Monkey Who Became President

M31-1016 - On the Road - Henson Cargill [1972] Running From the Rain/1932/Daddy Frank/Momma's Waiting/She Likes Warm Summer Days/Daddy, Don't You Walk So Fast/Oklahoma Hell/This Just Ain't No Good Day For Leaving/The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down/Take Me Home Country Roads

M31-1017 - Slippin' Around with Ray Pillow - Ray Pillow [1972] A Man Named Jesus/Above And Beyond (The Call Of Love)/She's Doing It To Me Again/Haven't You Heard/Excuse Me (I Think I've Got A Heartache)/Slippin' Around/What's A Nice Guy Like Me Doin' Here/Since Then/The Waitress/Foolin' Around

M31-1018 - Nancy Adams and the Deer Creek Fundamentalists - Nancy Adams & Deer Creek Fundamentalists [1972] What The World Needs Now Is Love/Again/That Old Black Magic/I Left My Heart In San Francisco/Mississippi Mud/P.S. I Love You/Medley: Joy To The World-Never Been To Spain/Moon River/Kansas City/All I Ever Need Is You/Girl Talk

M31-1019 - The Best of Sammi Smith - Sammi Smith [1972] (1-73, #25CW) Help Me Make It Through The Night/Teardrops In My Heart/For The Kids/Then You Walk In/I've Got To Have You//Here Comes The Rain, Baby/Saunders Ferry Lane/He's Everywhere/When Michael Calls/Girl In New Orleans

M31-1020 - Yours Sincerely - Patsy Sledd [1973] Nothing Can Stop My Loving You/Pass Me By (If You're Only Passing Through)/Wonder Could I Live There Anymore/What Will I Do (When I See Him Again)/We Gotta Lotta Love/Thunderclouds Of Love/A Picture Of Me Without You/Hold On (To The Love I've Got)/Don't Fight The Feeling/I Hate You/Leaning On The Shoulder Of Love

M31-1021 - The Toast of '45 - Sammi Smith [1973] (3-73, #43CW) Rings For Sale/If I May/Have I Stayed Away Too Long/Tony/That's The Price I Pay For Loving You/I Miss You Most When You're Right Here/I'm In For Stormy Weather/City Of New Orleans/The Toast Of '45/Send Me The Pillow You Dream On

M51-5000 Series:

M51-5000 - Fairyland - Larry Coryell [1972] Flying Dutchman Series. Souls Dirge/Eskdalemuir/Stones/Further Explorations For Albert Stinson

M51-5001 - Stand by Me (Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get) - Pretty Purdie and the Playboys [1972] Flying Dutchman Series. Stand By Me/Modern Jive/Spanish Harlem/Artificialness/Never Can Say Goodbye/Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get/It's Too Late/Funky Mozart/You've Got A Friend

M51-5002 - Let's Dance Again - Benny Goodman [1972] Flying Dutchman Series. That's My Love (Los Reyes Magos)/Yesterday/It's Easy To Remember/This Guy's In Love With You/Octopus's Garden/I Will Wait For You/Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)/You Took Advantage Of Me/On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)/(What Can I Say) After I Say I'm Sorry/I Talk To The Trees

M51-5003 - Gold Sunrise on Magic Mountain - Leon Thomas [1972] Flying Dutchman Series. The Honey Man-Chains Of Love/Cousin Mary/Na Na/Umbo Weti

M51-5004 - Focus - Jerry Glenn Ward [1972] Why Won't You Listen/Six Pack Of Trouble/Country Boy Blues/The Real Me/Movin' In/Only Darkness/Whatever Your Name Is/Sometimes I Like To Be Alone/Wooden Days/One Place

M51-5005 - Master Pieces - Apollo 100 featuring Tom Parker [1972] Amazing Grace/Custer's Last Stand/Tristesse/Opus 5/Valleys//Popcorn/Beethoven 9/Telstar/Nutrocker/William Tell

M51-5006 - Southern Comfort ...The Best of Phil Harris - Phil Harris [1972] The Darktown Poker Club/Nobody/Row, Row, Row/Medley: Lazy River-Basin Street Blues/That's What I Like About The South/Woodman, Woodman Spare That Tree/The Preacher And The Bear/Some Little Bug Is Going To Find You/Smoke Smoke Smoke (That Cigarette)/Washboard Blues

M51-5007 - You've Just Been Spoonerized - Russ Spooner [1972] The Do-It-Yourself Embalming Kit/Stuffy The Squirrel/Assigned Risk Plan/8,000 Pigeons/The Dancing Bear/The Sympathizer/Roto-Rooter/A Herd Of Mice/The Lemon/City Reservoir/Monkey Jive/5 A.M./Nudie Flick/I Can't Believe I Swallowed The Whole Thing/The Nudist Camp/How Much Is The Ugly One/Mr. Goldsboro, Make Me A Star/Gotcha!!!!

M51-5008 - Rock and Roll Forever - Bill Black's Combo [1973] Tequila/Ram-Bunk- Shush/Reelin' And Rockin'/Soul Rockin'/Crocodile Rock/Slippin' And Slidin'/I Don't Want To Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes/Don't Be Cruel (To A Heart That's True)/Raunchy/B.B. Shuffle

M51-5009 - The Personal Touch of Whittemore and Lowe - Arthur Whittemore & Jack Lowe [1973] Whittemore and Lowe were a classical/pop piano duo. Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring/Three Waltzes/Melodie (From "Orfeo")/Bolero/Liebesfreud/Siciliano/Valse D'Amour (From "Eine Kleine Ballet Suite")/Love And The Nightingale (The Maid And The Nightingale From "Goyescas")/Marche (From "Love For Three Oranges")

MLPS-600 Series (Distributed by P.I.P. Records, a division of Pickwick):

MLPS-600 - Bill Black Is Back! - Bill Black's Combo [1973] Smokie, Part II/Don't Be Cruel/Ram-Bunk-Shush/Josephine/So What/White Silver Sands/Tequila/Sugar Cured/Raunchy/Honky Tonk

MLPS-601 - The Rainbow in Daddy's Eyes - Sammi Smith [1974] The Rainbow In Daddy's Eyes/My Cricket And Me/Manhattan, Kansas/Deepening Snow/Birmingham Mistake/Never Been To Spain/Faded Love/The Last Letter/It's Not Easy/City Of New Orleans

MLPS-602 - One Day at a Time - Marilyn Sellars [1974] One Day At A Time/How Is He/The Rain's Got To Make A Living Too/When I Said Goodbye/California/When He Loved Me/Good Love (I Knew I'd Find You)/Sing Me A Song (To Make Me Happy)/Burden Of Freedom/Friendship

MLPS-603 - Chip Chip - Patsy Sledd [1974] Stayin' Home Woman/An Old Memory/Thunderclouds Of Love/I Hate You/Lay Down/Chip Chip/Storms Of Troubled Water/Don't Fight The Feeling/We Gotta Lotta Love/Nothing Can Stop My Loving You

MLPS-604 - Sammi's Greatest Hits - Sammy Smith [1974] Help Me Make It Through The Night/With Pen In Hand/Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down/Then You Walk In/When Michael Calls/He's Everywhere/Saunders Ferry Lane/But You Know I Love You/Lonely Street/I've Got To Have You

MLPS-605 - Home in the Country - Don Ho [1974] Today I Started Lovin' You Again/Take A Walk In The Country/It Hurts But It Helps/Home In The Country/Watch Out Woman/That's What Leavin's All About/Cowboys And Daddies/A New Love Song/She Can't Make The Hurt Go Away/Medley: Born To Lose-Red Red Wine-I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

MLPS-606 - Let's Dance Again - Benny Goodman [1974] Reissue of M51-5002. That's My Love (Los Reyes Magos)/Yesterday/It's Easy To Remember/This Guy's In Love With You/Octopus's Garden/I Will Wait For You/Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)/You Took Advantage Of Me/On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)/(What Can I Say) After I Say I'm Sorry/I Talk To The Trees

MLPS-607 - Fairyland - Larry Coryell [1974] Reissue of M51-5000. Souls Dirge/Eskdalemuir/Stones/Further Explorations For Albert Stinson

MLPS-608 - Southern Comfort ...The Best of Phil Harris - Phil Harris [1974] Reissue of M51-5006. The Darktown Poker Club/Nobody/Row, Row, Row/Medley: Lazy River-Basin Street Blues/That's What I Like About The South/Woodman, Woodman Spare That Tree/The Preacher And The Bear/Some Little Bug Is Going To Find You/Smoke Smoke Smoke (That Cigarette)/Washboard Blues

MLPS-609 - Gather Me - Marilyn Sellars [1975] Gather Me/Red Skies Over Georgia/If I'd Never Sang My Song/I'll Bet All My Love On You/Candy In The Window/He's Everywhere/Love/Who Could I Turn To/I Love You More And More Everyday/Sometimes Sunshine

MLPS-610 - Steel Guitars of the Grand Ole Opry! - Sonny Burnette, Hal Rugg and Weldon Myrick [1975] Steel Guitar Rag/This Time I Almost Made It/Life's Railway To Heaven/Jamaican Steel/City Lights/Annie's Song/Sundown/The Great Speckled Bird/Killing Me Softly/The Waltz You Saved For Me/If You Love Me Let Me Know/Medley: Maiden's Prayer-Faded Love

MLPS-611 - Sunshine! - Sammi Smith [1975] You're Gonna Love Yourself In The Morning/She's In Love With A Rodeo Man/I Was Just Fifteen/The Good-For-Something Years/Paste Me On Some Feathers/Cover Me/Long Black Veil/Don't Wanna Rock/Sunshine/Darlin', It's Good To Have You Home

MLPS-612 - Today I Started Loving You Again - Sammi Smith [1975] (11-75, #19CW) Today I Started Loving You Again/My Window Faces The South/They'll Never Take His Love From Me/When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again/The Streets Of Laredo/Am I That Easy To Forget/Fine As Wine/Heart Of A Clown/Before The Next Teardrop Falls/The Things I Might Have Been

Thanks to John Pratt.

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