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       Other recordings Joe appears on

 

Ferguslie Park was recorded after a dizzying string of changes in Stealers Wheel -- co-founder Gerry Rafferty's exit soon after finishing the group's first LP, his replacement by Luther Grosvenor and the delayed climb of "Stuck in the Middle with You," Rafferty's return, and the firing of all involved and the reduction of the group to its founding duo ofRafferty and Joe Egan. The resulting album, recorded with some nine support players (including ex-Herd membersGary Taylor and Andrew Steele, plus guitarists Joe Jammer and Bernie Holland), conductor/arranger Richard Hewson in support, and Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller producing, is an upbeat if somewhat less focused work than its predecessor -- the mix of hard rock ("What More Could You Want") and lean, melodic songs ("Good Businessman") highlighted by lush choruses, and augmented with occasional spacy digressions such as the shimmering percussion-based interlude between "Wheelin'" and "Waltz (You Know It Makes Sense)," makes this a surprisingly diverse body of music. There wasn't a hit single to be found here, however, which meant that listeners had to find the album on their own; there are moments that anticipate (albeit distantly) Rafferty's solo work, including some well-placed sax breaks, and also jagged, bluesy guitar in all sorts of unexpected places, such as behind the tuneful organ on "Blind Faith" (and the "Shakin' All Over" riff even makes a veiled appearance on "Good Businessman").

 

                                               Oliver Nelson - In London With Oily Rags (1974)

Line up: Oliver Nelson  - as, Ernie Royal- Jimmy Owens - Jimmy Maxwell - tp, Like Moran - p, Joe Jammer - g, Chas Hodges -  g,voc, Dave Peacock - g, Pat Donaldson - b, Pete Gavin - d, Chris Karan, Frank Ricotti, perc

Newly released, April 2015  'Soul Emissaries'

                            Super Funk

Rock 'N' Roll

Eddie Mitchell

 

           Out of Nowhere

           Henry Schifter

Mike Vernon

Moments of Madness

 

               Martha Velez

            Matinee Weepers

 

Kazimierz Lux

I'm The Worst Partner I Know

         Teresa Brewer

  In London With Oily Rags  

     (The Flying Dytchman)

  Chili Charles

  Busy Corner

 

                              Jimmy Dawkins

                                Transatlantic

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown 

    The Drifter Rides Again

Chili Charles         Quickstep

   Cesar Ascarrunz

        Cesar 830

 

   Pete Wingfield

 Breakfast Special

                   Jimmy Witherspoon

                       Love Is A Five

                        Letter Word

               Teresa Brewer

        16 Most Requested Songs

 Exile

 Exile

Roger Glover

      Mask

Various Artists :

House Rockin' and Hip Shakin' 

Memphis Slim

  Very Much         Alive  

 In Montreux

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown

        Down South

  ...In The Bayou Club

     Pete Wingfield

Eighteen With A Bullet

(The Island Recordings)

                        Bobby Harrison

                            'Anthology'

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