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Columbus Recording Discography

Columbus Recording, also sometimes referred to as Columbus Recorders, was located in the basement of the Sentinel Building (also known as the Columbus Tower) at the corner of Columbus and Kearney in San Francisco. This page is an attempt to document all albums recorded or partly recorded at Columbus Recording. It is incomplete. Additions and corrections are welcome

1965

Somethin' Else, The Kingston Trio, 1965

Recorded at Columbus Recording in 1965.

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You Were On My Mind, We Five, 1967

The debut We Five LP.

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1966

Children of the Morning, The Kingston Trio, 1966

Recorded at Columbus Recording in 1965.

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Something Good for Your Head, Blackburn & Snow, 1999

Many of the recordings on this collection were recorded at Columbus Recording in 1966 and early 1967.

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So Glad I Found You, The Mystery Trend, 1999

Many of the tracks on this collection were recorded at Columbus Recording in 1966.

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Fat City, The Sons Of Champlin, 1999

The recordings on this collection were recorded at Columbus Recording in late 1966 and early 1967.

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Holy Music, Malachi, 1967

Recorded at Columbus Recording in August 1966.

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1967

Make Someone Happy, We Five, 1967

The second We Five LP.

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Fire In The City / Your Sons And Daughters single, Jon Hendricks, 1967

This singe, with members of the Grateful Dead backing Jon Hendricks, was recorded at Columbus Recording.

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1968

Cauldron, Fifty Foot Hose, 1968

The only Fifty Foot Hose LP.

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Early Muses, Dan Hicks, 1998

Some of the music on this collection was recorded at Columbus Recording in 1968 for a planned album that was not released.

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Anthem Of The Sun, Grateful Dead, 1968

The final mix mastering for Anthem Of The Sun was performed at Columbus Recording.

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1969

Shades Of Joy, Shades Of Joy, 1969

The debut Shades Of Joy LP.

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Dawn, Don Robertson, 1969

Partly recorded at Columbus Recording in the spring of 1969.

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Mendocino, Sir Douglas Quintet, 1969

Partly recorded at Columbus Recording.

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Last updated September 2012