The Hawk

Original release:
LP: Cotillion SD 9039 (1971)

Other releases:
LP: Hawk (Canada) 9205-9039 (1971)
LP: United Artists 968 (1979)

CD: Wounded Bird Records WOU 9039 (2011)

  1.   Don't Tell Me Your Troubles
  2.   Sick And Tired
  3.   Lonely Weekends
  4.   Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee
  5.   Red Rooster
  6. Ooby Dooby
  7. The Lady Came From Baltimore
  8. Leaves That Are Green
  9. Patricia
10. Odessa
Treasure Of Love

Black Sheep Boy

According to Jimmy Johnson, in the 1960's studio guitarist and sound engineer for Rick Hall's FAME Studio in Muscle Shoals, AL. and in 1969 co-founder of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section and Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Duane Allman plays on:

track 1:   Duane plays dobro
track 2:   Duane plays lead guitar
track 4:   Duane plays lead guitar
track 5:   Duane plays lead guitar
track 6:   Duane plays lead guitar
track 9:   Duane plays dobro
track 10: Duane plays dobro
track 12: Duane plays electric guitar

Update May 25, 2017:

On page 220 of the book "I'm Just Dead, I'm Not Gone" (University Press Of Mississippi, 2017), Jim Dickinson writes about the recording sessions for this album at the Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, FL, and mentions:
"My favorite cut was 'Treasure Of Love,' with [Charlie] Freeman on acoustic and [Duane] Allman playing his best Lowman Pauling doowop fills. Hawkins sang like his heart was breaking."

45 rpm single releases:
Patricia / Black Sheep Boy (Hawk (Canada) IT 1205-01, 1971). Duane Allman plays on both tracks.