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Sugarloaf was a rock band from Colorado that was popular in the early 1970’s, based largely on their hits Green-Eyed Lady and Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You.  Here is the Sugarloaf singles discography.

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Sugarloaf Singles Discography

Songwriting and Production
Corbetta – Jerry Corbetta
Corso – Bob Corso
Phillips – J. C. Phillips
Raymond – Bob Raymond
Riordan – David Riordan
Webber – Bob Webber
Yeazel – Robert Yeazel

 

Liberty 56183
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 Aug. 1970, peak – 3, stay – 17 weeks
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Green-Eyed Lady – 5:58 – Corbetta, Phillips, Riordan
B.  West Of Tomorrow – 5:25 – Corbetta, Raymond, Phillips
Note:  Times shown are from original pressings; later ones show 3:33 and 2:58.

 

Liberty 56218
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 6 Mar. 1971, peak – 55, stay – 8 weeks
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Tongue In Cheek – 3:37 – Yeazel
B.  Woman – 4:19 – Raymond, Corbetta, Yeazel, Webber, Bob MacVittie

 

United Artists 50784
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 26 Jun. 1971, peak – 88, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Mother Nature’s Wine – 2:58 – Corbetta, Phillips, Riordan
B.  Medley: Bach Doors Man / Chest Fever – 3:58 – Corbetta, Webber, Raymond, Myron Pollock / J. R. Robertson

 

Brut BR-805
June 1973
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Round And Round – 3:03 – Riordan
B.  Colorado Jones – 3:34 – Corbetta, Phillips
Note:  Shown as by Sugarloaf featuring Jerry Corbetta

 

Brut BR-815
1973
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  I Got A Song – 3:38 – Corbetta, Corso
B.  Myra, Myra – 3:30 – Corbetta
Note:  Shown as by Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta

 

Claridge 402
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Dec. 1974, peak – 9, stay – 21 weeks
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You – 3:20 – Corbetta, John Carter
B.  Texas Two-Lane – 4:14 – Corbetta, Dick Eastman
Note:  Shown as by Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta

 

Claridge 405
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Jun. 1975, peak – 87, stay – 6 weeks
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Stars In My Eyes – 3:25 – Corbetta
B.  Myra, Myra – 3:30 – Corbetta
Note:  Shown as by Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta

 

Claridge 408
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 1 Nov. 1975, peak – 110, stay – 1 week
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  I Got A Song – 3:27 – Corbetta, Corso
B.  Boogie Man – 3:30 – Corbetta, Corso
Note:  Shown as by Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta

 

Claridge 422
1976
Produced by Frank Slay
A.  Satisfaction Guaranteed – 3:54 – Corbetta, Sky Keegan
B.  Last Dance, Take A Chance – 3:57 – Corbetta, Sky Keegan

 

 

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Sugarloaf Singles Discography

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