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- Lots of back and forth about Ritchie’s stolen and returned guitar.
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Lead up to the Album:
- Elf was formed in 1967 when Ronnie Dio and the Prophets changed their name to the Electric Elves and added Doug Thaler on Keyboards.
- In 1968 there was an automobile accident which killed Nick Pantas. Doug Thaler (former keyboard player) moved to guitar after recovering from his injuries and that’s when they brought in Mickey Lee Soule.
- Ronnie is listed as Ronald Padavona on this album. In Dio’s Brutally Honest Tour Bus Interview from 1994 Dio explains that he used his birth name so that his parents could see their family name on an album at least once.
- Bass, Vocals – Ronald Padavona
- Drums – Gary Driscoll
- Guitar – David Feinstein
- Ronnie James Dio’s Cousin
- After first Elf album was dormant for about ten years
- Resurfaced in the early 80’s in a band called The Rods
- Piano – Mickey Lee Soule
- Written-By – D. Feinstein*, G. Driscoll*, M. Soule*, R. Padavona*
- Written-By, Arranged By – Elf (3)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Tub Langford*
- Worked with Joe South, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Al Kooper on his “Act Like Nothing’s Wrong” album
- Engineer – Rodney Mills
- Hundreds and hundreds of credits on Discogs
- Producer – Ian Paice, Roger Glover
- Produced For – Universal Productions, Inc.
- Recorded At – Studio One, Doraville
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Manufactured By – Epic Records
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Recorded April-July 1972
Released August 1972
Album Art & Booklet Review
- Design [Cover] – Hiroshi Morishima
- Other credits for album artwork including Aerosmith’s debut album and many classical releases. Elf was his second entry on Discogs
- Photography By – David Feinstein, Ronald Padavona
- From the back of the sleeve:
- Recorded at Studio One, Atlanta, Georgia.
- © 1972 CBS, Inc. / ℗ 1972 CBS, Inc. / Manufactured by Epic Records / CBS, Inc.
- From the disc labels:
- Printed in U.S.A.
- Hoockie Koochie Lady
- First Avenue
- Never More
- I’m Coming Back for You
- Sit Down Honey (Everything Will Be Alright)
- Dixie Lee Junction
- Love Me Like a Woman
- Gambler, Gambler
In The News . . .
- Whoosh! Album cover teased then revealed, track listing released
- Being released on June 12, 2020
- We will be coming to you on June 12 with a special episode to give real time reactions/review to the new album
- Track Listing:
- 1. Throw My Bones
- 2. Drop The Weapon
- 3. We’re All The Same In The Dark
- 4. Nothing At All
- 5. No Need To Shout
- 6. Step By Step
- 7. What the What
- 8. The Long Way Around
- 9. The Power of the Moon
- 10. Remission Possible
- 11. Man Alive
- 12. And the Address
- 13. Dancing In My Sleep
This Week in Purple History . . .
March 23 through March 29
- March 25, 1972 – Machine Head is released
- March 24-25, 2001 – Deep Purple play concerto dates in tokyo with Dio on vocals
- March 26, 2002 – Steve Morse releases his album “Split Decision”
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