Pete Jolly

Gil Friesen signed Pete Jolly to A&M Records in mid-1967 under a long-term contract with the provision that Herb Alpert produce all recording sessions.

PETE JOLLY
SELECTED SESSIONOGRAPHY

JANUARY 17, 1968 A&M STUDIOS
Dindi
Serenata
You've Got to Be There
Chuck Berghofer
Pete Jolly
Earl Palmer
John Pisano
FEBRUARY 8, 1968 ANNEX RECORDERS
Amy's Theme
Dancing In the Street
For Carl
Lonely Girl
Windows Of the World
Larry Bunker
Jules Chaikin
Gene Cipriano
James Decker
Joseph DiTummlio
Jesse Ehrlich
David Filerman
Lester Harris
Ronald Longinger
Marty Paich
Clifford Shank
MARCH 13, 1969 A&M STUDIOS
April In Paris
Give a Damn
Little Green Apples
The Look Of Love
The Trolley Song
What the World Needs Now
Whistle While You Work
Chuck Berghofer
Nick Ceroli
Pete Jolly
Earl Palmer
JUNE 24, 1970 A&M STUDIOS
Younger Than Springtime Chuck Berghofer
Milt Holland
Paul Humphreys
Pete Jolly
John Pisano

 

Pete Jolly had A&M Records first live album, Give a Damn in 1969.

Birth
Death
Recording Years / Label
1968-1971 -  A&M Records
Instruments
keyboards, accordion