[artist]: Stallion
[record]: Atlanta (7")


[1.] [3:27] Atlanta
(Danny O'Neil)
(Rick's Music, Inc./Variena Music, Inc.)
[2.] [3:18] Let Me Love You
(Jorg Gonzalez)
(Rick's Music, Inc./Variena Music, Inc.)


[released]: 1977
[total time]: 6:45
[producer]: Dik Darnell
[executive producer]: Larry Harris
[engineer]: Dik Darnell, Brian Gardner
[line-up]: Buddy Stephens - vocals, conga, percussion
Wally Damrick - vocals, keyboards
Danny O'Neil - guitars
Jorg Gonzales - bassguitar, vocals
Larry Thompson - drums
[remark]: Stallion was an American pop rock-sub disco group formed in Chicago, transplanted to Denver, Colorado, USA and signed to Casablanca. They were a one-hit wonder, only scoring with "Old Fashioned Boy (You're the One)" (Casablanca NB 877, released March 1977). This single entered the Top 40 on April 23, 1977, stayed in the Top 40 two weeks, and peaked at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Another single, "Magic of the Music" (Casablanca NB 886, released July 1977), reached peak position 108. They had emited two albums and began turning into a hard rock group by the time the "Hey Everybody" album was released. Randy Lee Crain was the last keyboard player for them right before they broke up.


Year Country Label Cat # UPC/EAN Info
1977 USA Casablanca NB 918 DJ / NB 918 promo, 1st press
Year Country Label Cat # UPC/EAN Info
1977 Australia Casablanca NB 918 1st press