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Carol Lloyd was one of the main reasons for the success of Railroad Gin. Apart from the electrifying voice, she cut an imposing figure on stage. She was unquestionably the best Brisbane rock talent the early 1970's produced

Cat # AW 33130 (AWA )
Custom Recording
(Christmas Bowl Souvenir Rock Masses For Brotherhood And Vision)
released: 1973
Lord Have Mercy (Stone)
Power To The Lord (Stone / Shields)
Love Is You (Jansons / Shields / Lloyd)
Ruby Tuesday (Jagger arr: Stone)

Cat # 2079 036 (Polydor)
released: 1974
A Matter Of Time (Stone / Lloyd)
Don't Rile Me (Shields / Lloyd)

Cat # 2079 048 (Polydor)
released: 1974
Do Ya Love Me (Stone)
The Acadamy Rock (Stone)

Cat # 2079 063 (Polydor)
released: 1975
You Told The World (Stone)
The Driver (Stone)

1st ALBUM:
"A Matter Of Time"
Cat # 2907 014 (Polydor)
released: 1975

Side One:
Intro (Stone / Lloyd)
Turn To Me (Stone / Lloyd)
Once Or Twice (Stone)
Come Together (Lennon / McCartney)
A Matter Of Time (Stone / Lloyd)

Side Two:
Still Water (Stone)
African Queen (Sheilds / Stone / Evans)
Ruby Tuesday (Jagger / Richards)
The End (Stone)
A Matter Of Time (Stone / Lloyd)