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    Listening to The Millenium now. They were good! I can recognize Michael Fennelly's voice, later of Crabby Appleton. He's on Facebook, nice man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightMistBlue View Post
    Following up on Delilah's comment in the John Beaudin thread: can anyone shed some light and details on whether Randy was involved with The Millennium and Sandy Salisbury albums?

    OT: Randy isn't listed among The Millennium personnel on Wiki, but Pat Shanahan is. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Begin_...llennium_album)
    I actually could not find him credited on Sandy Salisbury's albums (although I read somewhere he contributed) but Randy does get bass credit on "The Second Millenium" album, according to allmusic.com. Randy also has a bass credit on Millenium member Lee Mallory's album, "Many Are The Times." Unfortunately, there is no specific track info. I could only ascertain by process of elimination that he plays on Chill of the Night and/or Everything's Gonna Be Alright b/c those 2 tracks do not appear on Mallory's other album, "That's the Way Its Going to Be" which has almost the exact track listing but no Randy credit, according to allmusic.com.

    However, to complicate things more, Randy is listed on the credits of "That's the Way It's Going to Be, according to discogs.com. I don't know reliable any of these credits are; they all seem kind of thrown together.

    https://www.discogs.com/Lee-Mallory-...elease/7925692


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    How cool! Thanks, D.

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    According to Meisner, Rich & Swan guitarist Vern Monnett, he and Randy (and some other friends, including Ron Grinel who was in the Silverados) played on an album for Roger Varian in the early-mid 1990s sometime.

    Whoever this Roger Varian cat is (on the left in this photo), he's got some high-tone friends. In addition to Randy's participation, David Crosby sang back-up on a track. That's Vern on the right in the shades.


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    Thanks NMB. Have you heard any of Roger Varian's material?


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    I have not! I see he's released at least two albums.

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    Thanks to guitarist Waddy Wachtel, all the people of the Earth now know which tracks on Richie Furay's 1979 solo album Randy sang back-up on:
    http://waddywachtelinfo.com/RichieFuray.html

    P.S. In his own discography, Waddy also lists a 1976 solo album by one Allan Rich. Surely this is Charlie Allan Rich, Jr. who went on to perform and record with Randy as part of Meisner Rich & Swan. http://waddywachtelinfo.com/AllanRich.html

    Circles within circles.

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    Awesome find, thanks! And Randy and Timothy sing on the same tracks. I'll have to check it out.

    Interesting about Allan Rich. I always thought that Charlie Jr. looked like his dad in later years, but it's hard to tell from the album cover if that's him. He's so young there.


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    Since track #10 ("What's the Matter, Please") isn't linked on the Waddy Watchel website, I'm posting it here. However, there's not a lot of backing vocals on this one.

    [ame]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ygsw2o6cxQU[/ame]

    My guess is that this was recorded in '78-'79 after Randy left the Eagles. Was it awkward working with Timothy? Maybe at that point Randy sympathized with him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by NightMistBlue View Post
    Thanks to guitarist Waddy Wachtel, all the people of the Earth now know which tracks on Richie Furay's 1979 solo album Randy sang back-up on:
    http://waddywachtelinfo.com/RichieFuray.html

    P.S. In his own discography, Waddy also lists a 1976 solo album by one Allan Rich. Surely this is Charlie Allan Rich, Jr. who went on to perform and record with Randy as part of Meisner Rich & Swan. http://waddywachtelinfo.com/AllanRich.html

    Circles within circles.
    Is there anyone with whom Waddy Wachtel hasn't worked?? Ya know whutta mean? Talk about prolific.


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