Rotary Connection (album)

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Rotary Connection
Studio album by Rotary Connection
Released 1967
Genre Psychedelic soul
Psychedelic pop
Length 29:12
Label Chess
Cadet
MCA
Producer Marshall Chess, Charles Stepney
Rotary Connection chronology
Rotary Connection
(1967)
Electric Mud (with Muddy Waters)
(1968)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link

Rotary Connection is the eponymous debut album by the American psychedelic soul music group of the same name. The album includes several cover songs by The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, The Lovin' Spoonful and Sam & Dave.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Amen" (Marshall Paul, Charles Stepney) – 4:03
  2. "Rapid Transit" (Paul, Stepney) – 0:38
  3. "Turn Me On" (Sidney Barnes, Greg Perry) – 3:19
  4. "Pink Noise" (Paul, Stepney) – 0:22
  5. "Lady Jane" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 5:00
  6. "Like a Rolling Stone" (Bob Dylan) – 4:51
  7. "Soul Man" (Isaac Hayes, David Porter) – 3:01
  8. "Sursum Mentes" (Paul, Stepney) – 0:43
  9. "Didn't Want to Have to Do It" (John Sebastian) – 3:11
  10. "Black Noise" (Paul, Stepney) – 0:22
  11. "Memory Band" (Richard Rudolph, Stepney) – 3:20
  12. "Ruby Tuesday" (Jagger, Richards) – 4:27
  13. "Rotary Connection" (Paul, Stepney) – 2:51

Personnel[edit]

Band members[edit]

Extra musicians[edit]

  • Bill Bradley – Electronic Effects
  • David Chausow – Leader
  • Bobby Christian – Guitar
  • Pete Cosey – Guitar
  • Judy Hariff – Vocals
  • Judy Hauf – Vocals
  • Morris Jennings – drums
  • Louis Satterfield – Bass

Technical personnel[edit]

  • Marshall Chess – Producer
  • Doug Brand – Engineer
  • Andy McKaie – Reissue Producer
  • Mark Omann – Remastering
  • Charles Stepney – Arranger, Producer

Album personnel[edit]

  • Curt Cole Burkhart – Photography
  • Robert Pruter – Liner Notes

Charts[edit]

USA

Year Chart Peak Position
1968 Pop Albums #37

Album cover[edit]

The reverse side of the album cover originally had a small photograph of some loose marijuana. This was covered in later printings by the photo of one of the musicians wearing psychedelic glasses.

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