Sugarloaf (album)

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Sugarloaf
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Studio album by Sugarloaf
Released 1970 (1970)
Genre Psychedelic rock
Label Liberty
Producer J.C. Phillips, Frank Slay
Sugarloaf chronology
Sugarloaf
(1970)
Spaceship Earth
(1971)Spaceship Earth1971
Singles from Sugarloaf
  1. "Green-Eyed Lady"
    Released: 1970
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Sugarloaf is the debut album by American psychedelic rock band Sugarloaf. It was released in 1970 and reached No. 24 on the Billboard Top LPs chart. It is best known for the No. 3 hit single "Green-Eyed Lady".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Green-Eyed Lady" (Jerry Corbetta, J.C. Phillips, David Riordan) - 6:50
  2. "The Train Kept a Rollin' (Stroll On)" (Chris Dreja, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Keith Relf) - 2:23
  3. "Bach Doors Man/Chest Fever" (Jerry Corbetta, Bob Webber, Bob Raymond, Myron Pollock/J.C. Robertson) - 9:06[2]
  4. "West of Tomorrow" (Jerry Corbetta, J.C. Phillips, Bob Raymond) - 5:25
  5. "Gold and the Blues" (Jerry Corbetta, Bob Raymond, Bob Webber, Myron Pollock) - 7:15
  6. "Things are Gonna Change Some" (Jerry Corbetta, Bob Raymond, Bob Webber, Veeder Van Dorn) - 6:38

Personnel[edit]

  • Jerry Corbetta - organ, piano, clavichord, vocals
  • Bob Webber - guitar, vocals
  • Bob Raymond - bass
  • Bob MacVittie - drums
Technical
  • Paul Buff - engineer
  • Ron Wolin - art direction, design
  • Howard Risk - photography
  • Langdon Winner - liner notes

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sugarloaf at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Sugarloaf". Amazon.com. Retrieved 7 April 2013. 

External links[edit]

  • "Sugarloaf". Artist Direct. Rogue Digital. Retrieved 7 April 2013.