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Janis IanStars

Label:Columbia – KC 32857
Series:The Rainbow Collection
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Santa Maria Pressing
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Pop Rock, Disco

Tracklist

A1Stars7:10
A2The Man You Are In Me
Acoustic Guitar [1st Acoustic], Electric GuitarJanis Ian
Acoustic Guitar [2nd Acoustic (Harmonics)]Sal DiTroia
Acoustic Guitar [3rd Acoustic]Eric Weissberg
TambourineLarry Alexander
Vibraphone [Vibes]George Devens
2:57
A3Sweet Sympathy
Arranged ByJanis Ian, Ron Frangipane
BassDon Payne
Drum [Hair Drum]Larry Alexander
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano [2nd Entrance]Janis Ian
Lead Guitar [Lead Acoustic]Eric Weissberg
Piano [1st Entrance]Ron Frangipane
Rhythm GuitarJanis Ian, Sal DiTroia
2:40
A4Page Nine
Arranged ByJanis Ian, Ron Frangipane
BassDon Payne
PianoJanis Ian
Vibraphone [Vibes]George Devens
3:11
A5Thankyous
Acoustic GuitarJohn Tropea, Ralph Casale
Arranged ByJanis Ian, Ron Frangipane
DrumsAl Rogers
Electric GuitarHugh McCracken
PercussionJack Jennings
Twelve-String GuitarJanis Ian
2:36
B1Dance With Me
Piano, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes]Janis Ian
3:14
B2Without You
Acoustic Guitar [6 String], Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic]Janis Ian
Arranged ByJanis Ian, Ron Frangipane
BassDon Payne
Vibraphone [Vibes]George Devens
2:01
B3Jesse4:06
B4You've Got Me On A String3:16
B5Applause
Alto SaxophonePhil Bodner
Arco BassGeorge Duvivier
Arranged By, ScoreJanis Ian
Bass TrombonePaul Faulise
BassoonWally Kane
CelestaBhen Lanzarone*
ClarinetLeon Cohen
ConductorRon Frangipane
Double Bass [Pizzicato]Richard Davis (2)
Horn [Baritone Horn]Alan Raph
OboeRomeo Pengue*
PianoJanis Ian
Soprano SaxophoneRay Beckenstein
Trombone [Tenor]Billy Watrous*, Micky Gravine*
Trumpet, SoloistJoe Shepley
4:00
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Recorded 1973 914 Sound Studios, New York State except:
A1 Recorded March 1972 at Sound Recorders, Los Angeles
B5 Recorded live August 23, 1973
Note; No Sterling Stamp on side 2.
No musician credits are noted for track A1.

Management: Jean Harcourt Powell, New York City

Runouts: Santa Maria "S" or "Ƨ" are etched.
Runout A matrix string and Customatrix "o" are stamped, everything else is etched.
Runout B mostly etched except Customatrix "o", Pitman "P" and "STERLING" are stamped.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Pressing Plant ID (Etched in runouts, S or Ƨ): S
  • Other (Pitman P stamped, runout B): P
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): AL 32857
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): BL 32857
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, variant 1): P AL 32857-2C Ƨ B\2 o
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, variant 1): P PBL-32857-1A JILL/JACKI STERLING RL Ƨ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, variant 2): o P AL 32857-2C 1S B 15
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, variant 2): P PBL-32857-1A Jill/Jacki o STERLING RL Ƨ

Other Versions (5 of 50)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Stars (LP, Album)ColumbiaKC 32857Canada1974
Stars (LP, Album)CBSS 80244Europe1974
New Submission
Stars (LP, Album)CBS/SonySOPO 112Japan1974
Stars (LP, Album)Interfusion, Interfusion, Interfusion, InterfusionL-35,149, L 35149, KC 32857, CA-32857Australia1974
Stars (LP, Album)CBS, CBSS 80224, KC 32857Europe1974

Reviews

pennylane471's profile picture
pennylane471
Columbia Records Radio Station Service...Not For Resale...
Jill/Jackie in run out...what's that about
redclyde's profile picture
redclyde
The title track is supposedly the most loved track by musicians about making it,or not.
Jesse became a huge track made popular by Roberta Flack and a much covered track.
Some idiot journalist once claimed Roberta was singing it about Jesse Jackson...DOH!!
Janis had been out of the spotlight for a couple of years before bringing out this great album.