Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock, Blues Rock, Southern Rock
Cat: PHS 600-344, PHS-600-344
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1567 mb | MP3 size: 1648 mb | WMA size: 2720 mb
Acoustic Bass [Bowed Bass] – Edward AdamsBaritone Saxophone – Mel MartinBass Guitar – Hershey FreemanDrums – George RainsGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmHarp – Hewlett CristPiano – Wayne TalbertWritten-By – T. Murrey
Flute – Frank Morin , Martin FierroGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmPiano – Augie MeyerWritten-By – A. Meyer, D. Sahm, F. Morin
Bass – Bob MooreDrums – Kenny ButtreyFiddle – Buddy Spicher, Tommy Jackson Guitar – Chip Young, Ray EdentonPedal Steel Guitar – Pete DrakePiano – Pig RobbinsVocals – Doug Sahm, Wayne Douglas Written-By – D. Sahm
Baritone Saxophone – Mel MartinBass Guitar – Hershey FreemanDrums – George RainsGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmOrgan – Wayne TalbertPiano – Dr. John HarrisSongwriter [Adapted From] – Huddie LeadbetterTenor Saxophone – Frank Morin , Martin FierroTrombone – Gordon MussickTrumpet – Bill AtwoodWritten-By – D. Sahm
|5||Catch The Man On The Rise|
Bass Guitar – Jance GarfatDrums – Jim Jenkins Guitar – Sonny Farlow, Hewlett CristGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmPiano – Wayne TalbertWritten-By – E. Sheppard
|6||Don't Bug Me!|
Bass – Hershey FreemanDrums – George RainsGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmHorns – Bill Atwood, Frank Morin , Mel MartinOther [Percussion] – Eddie, Herbie, Lee, PeterPiano, Soloist – Wayne TalbertTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Martin Fierro
|7||A Nice Song|
Bass Guitar – Harvey KaganDrums – J. P. PerezPiano – Augie MeyersPiano, Guitar – Doug SahmTenor Saxophone – Frank Morin , Martin FierroWritten-By – D. Sahm
|8||Sixty Minutes Of Your Love|
Baritone Saxophone – Mel MartinBass Guitar – Hershey FreemanDrums – George RainsGuitar – Doug SahmPiano – Wayne TalbertTenor Saxophone – Frank Morin , Martin FierroTrombone – Gordon MussickTrumpet – Bill AtwoodWritten-By – I. Hayes-D. Porter
|9||Yesterday Got In The Way|
Bass Guitar – Harvey KaganDrums – J. P. PerezGuitar, Lead Guitar, Vocals – Doug SahmOrgan, Piano – Augie MeyerWritten-By – D. Sahm
|10||In The Dark|
Alto Saxophone – Martin FierroBaritone Saxophone – Mel MartinBass Guitar – Harvey KaganDrums – George RainsGuitar, Vocals – Doug SahmPiano – Wayne TalbertTenor Saxophone – Frank Morin Trumpet – Bill AtwoodWritten-By – Deadric Malone, Herman Parker
|11||What About Tomorrow?|
Backing Vocals – Frank Morin Bass Guitar – Harvey KaganDrums – Jim Jenkins , J. P. PerezOrgan – Augie MeyerRhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals – Doug SahmWritten-By – D. Sahm
Written-By – M. Fierro, W. Talbert
Written By – V. Morris
|PHS 600-344, PHS-600-344||Sir Douglas Quintet||1+1+1=4 (LP, Album, Phi)||Philips, Philips||PHS 600-344, PHS-600-344||US||1970|
|ACA 8043||Sir Douglas Quintet||1+1+1=4 (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Acadia||ACA 8043||UK||2002|
|6336005||Sir Douglas Quintet||1+1+1=4 (LP, Album)||Philips||6336005||Germany||1970|
|PHS 600-344||Sir Douglas Quintet||1+1+1=4 (LP, Album, Promo)||Philips||PHS 600-344||US||1970|
- A&R [For Amigos De Musica] – Frank Morin
- Artwork – Desmond Strobel
- Co-producer [Associate Producer] – Amigos De Musica (tracks: A4)
- Design [Album] – Richard Germinaro
- Engineer – Mark Harman
- Photography By – Ron Mesaros
- Producer – Amigos De Musica (tracks: A1 to A3, A5, B1 to B6), Jerry Kennedy (tracks: A4)
Different label compared to 1+1+1=4.
Bottom text (PRODUCED BY etc.) on this release consists of three lines on side 1 and two lines on side 2 compared to four and five lines, respectively. A & R director Bob Sarenpa goes unmentioned on this label.
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, runout, stamped up to M4, then etched): PHS600344A- M4 I-III PR
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, runout, stamped up to M4, then etched): PHS600344B- M4 I-IIII PR
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Copyright (c) – Mercury Record Corporation
- Recorded At – Amigos De Musica
- Recorded At – Mercury Sound Studios West
- Recorded At – Monument Recording Studio
- Pressed By – Philips Recording Company, Inc.
- Manufactured By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
- Distributed By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
- Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation
- Published By – Southern Love Music
- Published By – Lion Publishing Co.
- Published By – Prunedale Music
- Published By – Shades Of Joy Music
- Published By – Anselmo Music
- Published By – Amigos De Musica
- Published By – East/Memphis Music Corp.
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