|#||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|
|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|
|23||The Road Is No Place For A Lady||10||Audio||1972||RCA Victor|
|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.