Cass Elliot

Ellen Naomi Cohen

Also known as C. Elliot, C. Elliott, Cass, Cass Elliott, Elliot, Mama Cass Elliot
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.casselliot.com

Discography of Cass Elliot:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Dave Mason & Cass Elliot 10 Audio 1971 Blue Thumb Records
2 Baby I'm Yours / Cherries Jubilee 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
3 Cass Elliot 10 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
4 Dave Mason & Cass Elliot 10 Audio 2008 Rev-Ola
5 Cass Elliot / The Road Is No Place For A Lady 26 Audio 2009
6 Nora's Dove (Dink's Song) 2 Audio 1968 Roulette Records
7 Too Much Truth, Too Much Love 2 Audio 1972 Probe
8 If You're Gonna Break Another Heart 2 Audio 1974-07-12 RCA Victor
9 The Big Three Featuring Mama Cass 11 Audio 1979 Roulette Records
10 Dave Mason & Cass Elliot 10 Audio 1971 Blue Thumb Records
11 It's Getting Better / Make Your Own Kind Of Music 2 Audio 1973 Roulette Records
12 The Road Is No Place For A Lady 10 Audio RCA Victor
13 Dream A Little Dream Of Me: The Music Of Mama Cass Elliot 23 Audio 2005 Universal
14 The Big Three Featuring Mama Cass 11 Audio 1967
15 That Song 2 Audio 1971 RCA
16 Dave Mason & Cass Elliot 10 Audio 1971 Probe
17 The Road Is No Place For A Lady 10 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
18 Something To Make You Happy 2 Audio 1971 ABC/Dunhill Records
19 (If You're Gonna) Break Another Heart 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
20 The Big Three Featuring Mama Cass 11 Audio 1967 Roulette Records
21 Don't Call Me Mama Anymore 11 Audio 1974 RCA
22 That Song 2 Audio 1971 RCA
23 The Road Is No Place For A Lady 10 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
24 Cass Elliot 10 Audio 1988 RCA
25 Don't Call Me Mama Anymore 14 Audio 2000 BMG Special Products
26 Baby I'm Yours / Cherries Jubilee 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor
27 Something To Make You Happy 2 Audio 1971 ABC/Dunhill Records
28 Baby I'm Yours / Cherries Jubilee 2 Audio 1972 RCA Victor


Born: September 19, 1941 - Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Died: July 29, 1974 - London, England (heart attack).

Cass Elliot was first a member of the folky, The Big 3, in 1963 and then, The Mugwumps along with ex-Halifax Three member, Denny Doherty, in 1964-5.

Later in 1965, she joined former New Journeymen members, John Phillips, his wife-Michelle and Denny Doherty (who had left the Mugwumps, in 1965), and they formed [a=Mamas & The Papas, The], taking the nickname, Mama Cass.

She was credited with creating the group name, The Mamas and The Papas while watching a TV program, with the other band members, while temporarily residing in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

She recorded an album with [a=Dave Mason], in 1970.

Although some releases were still credited to Mama Cass Elliot, it was around this time that she used her original stage name, Cass Elliot.


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