The Neal Ford Foundation
(Reject Records OU-812)


Recorded in Lubbock, Texas in 1971

The group is: Neal Ford (vocals), Rick Mensik (vocals), Rod Lehr (keyboards, trombone), Byron Plemmons (percussion, drums), Hank Spitzer (bass guitar, lead guitar) and Larry Barnett (alto sax, clarinet, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, recorder, flute, background vocals). Also with Lloyd Maines (banjo, steel guitar, rhythm guitar, lead guitar), Tommy Anderson (trumpet), Don Caldwell (sax, piano) Terri Sue Newman & Liz Lawson (background vocals)

Front cover        Back cover

Click on song title to hear a low quality audio file of the song
Released Title
Lead Vocalist
                 Writers                                  
1971 "The Neal Ford Foundation"       



1
Please Don't Go
    Neal Ford     
              Neal Ford

2
Missing You So Bad
Rick Mensik
Don Caldwell

3
At Least You Could Have Said Good-Bye
Neal Ford/Rick Mensik
Temchatin/Herbstritt/Puopold

4
Crack of a Broken Heart
Neal Ford
Neal Ford

5
Whatever Happened
Rick Mensik
Rod Lehr

6
Lovin' Degree
Neal Ford
Neal Ford

7
Full Time Man
Neal Ford/Rick Mensik
Neal Ford

8
You Gotta Say Good-Bye
Neal Ford
Don Caldwell/Vicki Ball

9
Hoboes
Rick Mensik
Neal Ford

10
Ding-a-Ling
Neal Ford/Rick Mensik
Chuck Berry/Rick Mensik


"HUSH" b/w "Eve Of My Life" - Neal Ford Foundation 45 RPM record (IGP-100) (1973)      
Photo of record      Sound clip


NEAL FORD with RICK MENSIK (LP)

Court case involving theft of equipment from The Neal Ford Foundation in 1971


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