Carlo Little Discography

The 1970s

Hurricane

  • A: Mama Was A Honky Tonk Woman Listen

  • B: Shakin' and Breakin' Listen

INFORMATION

1973, August. Decca F13435. Produced by Barry Murray. Personnel: drums Carlo Little, guitar Dick Middleton, vocals and piano Freddie 'Fingers' Lee, bass Stuart Colman (later producer of Shakin' Stevens), backing vocals Sue and Sonny. Howie Casey played sax on the B-side. 45cat.

Hurricane

INFORMATION

1973, unreleased. Produced by Barry Murray. Personnel: drums Carlo Little, guitar Dick Middleton, vocals and piano Freddie 'Fingers' Lee, bass Stuart Colman (later producer of Shakin' Stevens), backing vocals Sue and Sonny.

The Frankie Reid Band

  • It's Rock 'n' Roll Vol. 2

   Track A4 Rock'n'Roll World Listen

   Track B4 Mystery Train Listen

INFORMATION

1978. Super Beeb Records BEMP 004. Recorded as part of BBC DJ Stuart Colman's BBC Radio One show It's Rock 'n' Roll with singers Frankie Reid and Dana Gillespie, John Hawken (piano, ex-Nashville Teens), Matthew Fisher (piano, ex Procol Harum), Dave Wendells (guitar), Sid Phillips (sax, ex-Cliff Bennett), Tony Hall (sax). Produced by Dave Price, Co-ordinated by Derek Goom, Recorded at BBC Delaware Studios, London. Discogs.

Rosco Gordon

INFORMATION

1983 released. Recorded in 1978. Personnel: drums Carlo Little, bass Nick Simper, sax Sid Phillips, guitar Pete Parks, vocals/piano Rosco Gordon, Ray Ellison: 2nd vocals on 'Shooby Ooby', Rosco Gordon: vcl/pno/gtr on 'Three O'Clock Blues'. Recorded at the 100 Club in Oxford Street, where in the middle of the album Wayne Bennett (guitarist) also performs. Produced by the owner of the 100 Club.  Discogs.

Big Wheels And Sailor

INFORMATION

1979. Recorded at Matthew Fisher's studio in Croydon. Carlo Little, drums. Wes McGee, steel guitar.