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This page lists the records where Richard appears as a guest on other people's records. If nothing else is indicated, Richard at least sings.Format:
Artist/band: record (year)
Track(s) (extra info)

Christine Kittrell: singles (1954)

  • Call His Name
  • Lord Have Mercy (I'm So Lonely) (LR on piano)

The following two has also been reported, but are suspect.

  • Every Night In The Week
  • Sittin' Here Drinkin' Again (LR on piano)

Delaney & Bonnie (1970)

Recorded and released in 1970, Atco

Also on album To Bonnie From Delaney

Canned Heat: Historical Figures And Ancient Heads (1972)

  • Rockin' With The King

Mylon: Over The Influence (1972)

Recorded and released in 1972

Bachman Turner Overdrive: Head On (1975)

  • Take It Like A Man (LR on piano)
  • Stay Alive (LR on piano)

Various: Rock Around The Mouse (1987)

  • Gawrsh Golly Goofy (with Goofy)

Beach Boys: single (The Telephone soundtrack 1987)

  • Happy Endings

A Vision Shared (1988)

A tribute video to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly

  • This Land Is Your Land (with Arlo Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, Taj Mahal, Emmylou Harris, Bono, and John Mellencamp)

U2 with B.B. King: When Love Comes To Town (1989)

  • When Love Comes To Town (sermon by LR)

Jon Bon Jovi: Blaze Of Glory (1990)

  • You Really Got Me Now

Living Colour: Time's Up (1990)

  • Elvis Is Dead (sermon by LR)

Peace Choir: Give Peace A Chance (1991)

  • Give Peace A Chance

Voices That Care Choir: Voices That Care (1991)

  • Voices That Care
  • Messages Of Care

Throbs: The Language Of The Thieves And Vagabonds (1991)

  • Ecstasy (LR on piano)

Cast Of Stars: The Album Of Life (1992)

  • Raise The World (without intro)
  • Raise The World (with intro)

Elton John: Duets (1993)

  • The Power

RADD (rockers against drunk driving): Give up the keys (1994)

  • Drive My Car

Solomon Burke: The Definition Of Soul (1996)

  • Everygody's Got A Game

Jimmy Lewis: Soulgasm (1997)

  • Hold On To What You've Got

Cleveland Rocks - Music From The Drew Carey Show (1998)

  • Rocky Mountain Way (with Joe Walsh)

Jimmy Lewis: Communication (2002)

  • Introduction (talk)

Jerry Lee Lewis: Last Man Standing

Recorded in 2004 and released in 2006

Eddy Mitchell: Jambalaya (2006)

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Joe Walsh: Analog Man (Deluxe Edition)

Recorded in 1971 for Cleveland Recording Company and released in 2012, Fantasy

  • But I Try (aka I Tried, a jam session with the James Gang)