Randy Fuller discography

After his brother died, Randy Fuller made these records:

“It’s Love, Come What May” / “Wolfman”
Randy Fuller

Mustang 3020, August 1966. Matrix numbers: DF-766-724 / DF-1164-654
This is a recording by the Bobby Fuller Four with vocals overdubbed by Randy.

“The Things You Do” / “Now She’s Gone”
Randy Fuller

Mustang 3023, November 1966. Matrix numbers: DF-1066-729 / ?
Unreleased.

“It’s Love, Come What May” / “The Things You Do”
Randy Fuller

President (UK) PT 111, 1967.

“Revelation” / “It’s Love, Come What May”
Randy Fuller

Show Town 466, 1968. Matrix numbers: 45-62359-6451 / 45-62360-6452

“1,000 Miles Into Space” / “1,000 Miles Into Space”
Randy Fuller

Show Town 482, 1969. Matrix numbers: 45-62356 / 45-62356

Carryin’ On
The Randy Fuller Four

CD, Del-Fi Records 71003, 1995.

1. “Feelings Without Heart”
2. “These Are The Good Times”
3. “Fast-Fading Love”
4. “Visions”
5. “You’re The One”
6. “Hollywood Hills”
7. “Every Night I’m Wanting You”
8. “Life Of The Party”
9. “(I Love) My Redneck Ways”
10. “Carryin’ On”

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Breakin Rocks
Bobby Fuller Drive

CD, Bobby Fuller Drive 49377-2, 2003.

1. “It Happened in El Paso”
2. “Not Fade Away”
3. “Only When I Dream”
4. “It’s Too Late”
5. “Let Her Dance”
6. “I Fought the Law”
7. “It Doesn’t Matter Any More”
8. “New Shade of Blue”
9. “Another Sad and Lonely Night”
10. “The Lobby”
11. “Nancy Jean”
12. “Nervous Breakdown”
13. “High Desert Skies”
14. “Never to Be Forgotten”

Randy Fuller – bass, rhythm guitar, banjo, lead vocal and harmony. Billy Webb – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, lead vocal and harmony. Larry Thompson – percussion, John Mueller – rhythm guitar, lead vocal and harmony. Jim Thompson – sax. Mike Chiccarilli – lead guitar. Barry Keenan – background vocal. Larry Knechtel – keyboards. Mastered by Barry Keenan @ Bernie Becker Recording and Mastering, Burbank, CA. Engineered/mixed by Randy Fuller. Recorded at the Bobby Fuller Drive Studio in Colton, California from 1999 to 2003. (Whew) Cover photo by Tim Heneghan, Seattle. Liner notes by Dave Holwerda and Miriam Linna.

Breakin’ Rocks
Bobby Fuller Drive

CD, Prestige Elite Records (UK), 2004.

1. “It Happened in El Paso”
2. “Not Fade Away”
3. “Only When I Dream”
4. “It’s Too Late”
5. “Let Her Dance”
6. “I Fought the Law”
7. “It Doesn’t Matter Any More”
8. “New Shade of Blue”
9. “Another Sad and Lonely Night”
10. “The Lobby”
11. “Nancy Jean”
12. “Nervous Breakdown”
13. “High Desert Skies”
14. “Never to Be Forgotten”

Randy Fuller – bass, rhythm guitar, banjo, lead vocal and harmony. Billy Webb – lead guitar, rhythm guitar, lead vocal and harmony. Larry Thompson – percussion, John Mueller – rhythm guitar, lead vocal and harmony. Jim Thompson – sax. Mike Chiccarilli – lead guitar. Barry Keenan – background vocal. Larry Knechtel – keyboards. Mastered by Barry Keenan @ Bernie Becker Recording and Mastering, Burbank, CA. Engineered/mixed by Randy Fuller. Recorded at the Bobby Fuller Drive Studio in Colton, California from 1999 to 2003. (Whew) Cover photo by Tim Heneghan, Seattle. Liner notes by Dave Holwerda and Miriam Linna.

Randy Fuller has also played on these records:

Blue Mountain Eagle
Blue Mountain Eagle

LP, Atlantic/Atco SD 33-324, 1970.
“Love Is Here” / “Yellow’s Dream” / “Feel Like A Bandit” / “Troubles” / “Loveless Lives” / “No Regrets” / “Winding Your String” / “Sweet Mama” / “Promise Of Love” / “Trivial Sum”
Randy Fuller – bass/guitar/vocals, Joe Newman – guitar/keyboards/vocals, David Price – guitar/vocals, Bob Jones – guitar/vocals, Don Poncher – drums/vocals.

Dewey Martin And Medicine Ball
Dewey Martin

LP, UNI 73088, 1970.
Randy Fuller – guitar/vocals, Buddy Emmons – steel guitar, Dewey Martin – vocals/drums, Pete Bradstreet – piano, Bill Darnell – guitar, Terry Gregg – bass/vocals, Harvey Kagen – bass, Steve Lefever – bass.

So Rebellious A Lover
Gene Clark & Carla Olson

LP, Rhino Records RNLP 70832, 1987.
“The Drifter” / “Gypsy Rider” / “Every Angel In Heaven” / “Del Gato” / “Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos)” / “Fair And Tender Ladies” / “Almost Saturday Night” / “I’m Your Toy (Hot Burrito #1)” / “Why Did You Leave Me?” / “Don’t It Make You Want To Go Home” / “Are We Still Making Love”
Randy Fuller – banjo, Chris Hillman – mandolin, Gene Clark – guitar/harmonica/vocals, Carla Olson – guitar/piano/vocals, C. Roscoe Beck – bass, Ed Black – pedal steel guitar, Hans Christian – cello, Skip Edwards – keyboards, Michael Huey – drums/percussion, Steve McCarthy – dobro/lap steel guitar, Otha Young – guitar, Tom Morgan, Jr. – flute/piano.
Issued on CD on different labels, with various bonus tracks not featuring Randy Fuller.

Let The Chicks Fall Where They May
The Sprague Brothers
CD, Hightone HCD 8102, 1999.
“Deceived” / “Right Or Wrong” / “Hardship” / “Never Knew” / “She’s Gonna Leave” / “Until She Don’t Love Me” / “Is This As Close” / “She’s Lost” / “Green Arrow” / “Battle Of The Bands” / “Back To You” / “Right Time 4 Luv” / “How Far Will I Fall” / “Betrayal” / “I’m Ready”
Randy Fuller – bass, Eddie Angel – guitar, Deke Dickerson – bass/guitar, Jeremy Wakefield – pedal steel guitar, Chris Sprague – drums/vocals, Frank Sprague – guitar/vocals, Brian Poole – bass. Produced by Frank Sprague and Randy Fuller.

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