Tuesday, March 5, 2013


Spider - Labyrinths
Capitol ST-11046 (1972) - US LP

Side One

1 - May 16th
2 - Alice In Wonderland
3 - It’s Alright
4 - Little Love Song
5 - Tell Me That You Love Me
6 - Southwind

Side Two

7 - Pass It On
8 - Can’t Let You Go
9 - Puppets
10 - Revival
11 - Burnin’

Notes: 1) Album does not come with track-by-track musician credits. 2) Album sleeve only lists the names of the players involved. Following credit attributions are presumptive and based on previous knowledge of these musicians’ history.

Karen Brian - Vocals
Michael Clough - Vocals
Rusty Cope - Bass
Michael Crowley - Piano, Vocals

Lee Sklar - Bass
Max Bennett - Bass (as Max Bennet)
Carl Radle - Bass
Jim Gordon - Drums
Jim Keltner - Drums
Mike Deasy - Guitar (as Michael Deasy)
Alan Parker - Guitar
Red Rhodes - Steel Guitar
Larry Knechtel - Keyboards
Allan Beutler - Sax
Jim Horn - Sax
Jack Kelson - Sax (as Jack Kelso)
Chuck Findley - Trumpet
Ollie Mitchell - Trumpet
Dick “Slyde” Hyde - Trombone (as Dick Hyde)
Gary Coleman - Percussion
King Errisson - Congas (as King Errison)
Rita Jean Bodine - Background Vocals
Kathy Deasy - Background Vocals
Venetta Fields - Background Vocals (as Vanetta Fields)
Gwen Johnson - Background Vocals
Clydie King - Background Vocals

Produced by Jay Senter for Barking Spyder Productions

Dee Barton - String Arrangements
Jim Horn - Horn Arrangements

Pete Abbott - Engineer
Steve Francisco - Technician

Tony Cook - Artist Direction

Charles Senter - Album Art Direction
Stanley Moss - Design
Crystal Design Studios - Design Studios
John Hoernle - Art Director

“Special Thanks To: Bill Warner, Jeff Thomas, Janis, Judy, John, Gail, Jan, Tommy Wallace, Mauri Lathower”.

Hoyt Axton
Michael Clough
Mike Deasy (as Michael Deasy)
Larry Knechtel
Dan Moore
Alan Parker
Jeff Thomas

source/pic: my records

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