Kokomo III

CBS 85604 (UK/Netherlands), Columbia FC 37937 (USA)
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Line-up
Tony O'Malley: Vocals and keyboards
Frank Collins: Vocals and piano
Dyan Birch: Vocals
Paddie McHugh: Vocals
Neil Hubbard: Guitar
Alan Spenner: Bass
Tony Beard: Drums, percussion

Mel Collins: Saxes and flute
Jody Linscott: Percussion
James Mack: Piano

Track Length Written by Lead Vocals
A Little Bit Further Away 3:59 Frank Collins Frank
Part-Time Affair 6:15 Neil Hubbard Tony
Follow (The Stars Will Bring You Home) 4:43 Frank Collins Paddie
Nowhere To Go On Tuesday Night 4:45 James Mack  Dyan
Stuck In A Groove 4:12 Neil Hubbard Tony
Ain't Never Heard The Boogie 4:23 Frank Collins  Dyan
All Through The Night (Let Me Be The One) 4:13 James Mack  Dyan
Keep On Dancin' 3:41 L Graham, P Richmond  Tony
Let Me Have It All 3:31 Frank Collins  Dyan

Credits

The Album Is Recorded in Both London and Chicago.

London:
Recorded at Trident Studios, Ltd. London, England, Air Recording Studios, London, England.
Engineer – Adam Moseley, Nigel Walker (2), Stu Walder*
Engineer [Assistant] – Michael Ferraro, Nic Rudrum, Nigel Barker, Tom Miller

Chicago:
Recorded at Universal Recording Studios, Chicago IL.
Arranged and conducted by – James Mack
Vocal arrangements by Frank Collins & James Mack

Violin – Adrian Gola, Arnold Roth*, Elliott Golub, Florentina Ramniceanu, John Frigo, Joseph Golan, Marlou Johnston, Mary Ann Mumm, Peter Labella, Phyllis McKenny, Sol Bobrov
Viola – Carol Weiss, Janette Simmons, Martin Abrams, Roger Moulton
Cello – Barbara Haffner, Karl Fruh, Susan Labella
Trumpet – Bobby Lewis, Paul Howard
Trombone – Frank Tesinsky, Steve Berry (3)
Percussion – Bob Wessberg
Producer – James Mack, Leo Graham
Synthesizer – Terry Fryer

Design
Artwork By [Design] – John Berg
Artwork By [Photography] – Trudy Schlachter

US Press Release for the third album

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Thanks to Ivor O’Brien

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Intervew with Dyan and Frank, Sounds

ON AND off group Kokomo have at last breached the charts with ‘A Little Bit Further Away’, in at number 68. The band have broken up and reformed more times than they care to remember. They’d go their separate ways, do some session work, then get back together again for a few gigs. The latest

A Little Bit Further Away


From the third album – a big hit in Holland