33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
July 25, 2016

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Wo I'm Back!
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now

Hour One

1.   The Beachboys: Help Me Rhonda (Brian Wilson / Mike Love) – 1965
2.   Kevin Head: Everybody Needs A Backyard To Return To (Kevin Head) – 1974*
3.   Levon & The Hawks: Stones That I Throw – 1965*
4.   David Celia: Double Mind (David Celia) – 2015*
5.   Dave Clark Five: Catch Us If You Can (Dave Clark / Lenny Davidson) – 1965
6.   Luke & The Aposles: Been Burnt (Luke Gibson) – 1967*
7.   The Guess Who: Laughing (Burton Cummings / Randy Bachman) – 1969*
8.   The Beatles: She’s A Woman (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) – 1964
9.   Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas – I Call Your Name (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) –1963
10. The Stitch In Tyme: Got To Get You Into My Life (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) –1967*
11. The Lettermen: Here, There & Everywhere (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) – 1972
12. Short Turn: Hold Me Tight (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) – 1978*
13. Denny Doherty: Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison)/The Two Of Us (John Lennon/Paul McCartney) – 1971*
14. Jeff Healey Band: While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison) – 1990*
15. Cream: White Room  (Jack Bruce / Pete Brown) – 1968

CanCon = 60%

Hour Two

1.   Stevedore Steve: I’m A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote) – 1971*
2.   The Blue Valley Boys: Mouth Of The Tobique (Trad) – 1964*
3.   The Whooperwills: Drivin’ Nails In My Coffin – 1964*
4.   Mac Beattie: Back In The Pakenham Hills (John McNab Beattie) – 1970*
5.   Peter Green: In The Skies (Peter Green) – 1978
6.   Anna Gutmanis: Then Came You (Anna Gutmanis) – 1989*
7.   Jr. Walker & The Allstars: How Sweet It Is (Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland / Edward Holland Jr) - 1966
8.   The Supremes: Someday Well Be Together (Jackey Beavers / Johnny Bristol / Harvey Fuqua) - 1969
9.   Savoy Brown: Made Up My Mind (Chris Youlden) – 1969
10. King Biscuit Boy: Operator (E Burkes) – 1988*
11. Otis Redding: Can’t Turn You Loose (Otis Redding) - 1965
12. Captain Beefheart & Magic Band: Wo Is A Me Bop (Don Van Vliet) - 1970
13. Rolling Stones: Flight 505 (Keith Richards / Mick Jagger) – 1966
14. Muddy Waters: I’m Ready (McKinley Morganfield) – 1978
15. Elmore James & Broom Dusters: Dust My Blues (Elmore James) – 1955
16. Gale Garnett: We’ll Sing In The Sunshine (Gale Garnet) – 1964*

CanCon = 44%


And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   The Beachboys: Help Me Rhonda (Brian Wilson / Mike Love)
45 Single bw Kiss Me Baby: Capitol Records - 5395
Hawthrorne CA
Brian Wilson: harmony and backing vocal, acoustic piano and Hammond B-3
Mike Love: harmony and backing vocals
Al Jardine: lead vocal
Carl Wilson: harmony and backing vocals; lead guitar
Dennis Wilson: harmony and backing vocals
Carol Kaye: bass guitar
Hal Blaine: drums
Produced by Brian Wilson – March 1965
Recorded at  United Western Recorders in Hollywood by Chuck Britz

2.  Kevin Head: Everybody Needs A Backyard To Return To (Kevin Head)
No Frills: Shellout Records 50-101
Kingston ON / Ketch Harbour NS
Kevin Head: guitar, vocals
Bruce Chapman: piano
Jinx ONeil: bass
Ron Doug Parks, drums
Ken Pearson: organ
Scott MacMillan, Dave MacIssac, Wade Brown: guitar
Kate McGarrigle: banjo, accordion
Louis Benoit: mandolin
Gordon Stobbe: fiddle
Chaim Tannenbaum: harmonica
Dick Snook: sax
Produced by Kevin Head 1974
Recorded by Al Feeny and Lindsay Kidd at Audio Atlantic Studios, Halifax
Mixed by Kevin Head & Ken Pearson
mailto: kevin@kevinhead.ca

3.   Levon & The Hawks: Stones That I Throw (Will Free All Men) (Robbie Robertson)
45 Single: Atco Records - 6383
Toronto ON
Rick Danko: bass
Levon Helm: drums, vocal
Garth Hudson: keys
Richard Manual: keys
Robbie Robertson: guitar
Produced  by Henry Glover 1965
Recorded by Phil Ramone

4.   David Celia: Double Mind (David Celia)
Double Mind: Seedling Music 088907212580
David Celia: guitars, bass, vocals, various sounds
Jay Swinnerton: keys
Brenan Hanley: drums
David Headon,: bass
Tim Jackson: bg vocals
Produced by David Celia 2015
Recorded by samuel Bates at The Ladder Factory and intro at Cameron House, Toronto
Mastered by Andy Magoffin at The House of Miracles

5.   Dave Clark Five: Catch Us If You Can (Dave Clark / Lenny Davidson)
Having A Wild Weekend: Capitol "6000" Series - T 6137
London UK
Dave Clark, Drums
Michael Smith, keys
Dennis Payton, sax
Lenny Davidson, guitar
Rick Huxley, bass
Produced by Dave Clark -  August 1965

From the film “Having A Wild Weekend” 1965

6. Luke & the Apostles: Been Burnt (Ray Bennett )
Single bw Dont Know Why: Elektra Records EK 45105
Luke Gibson, guitar vocals
Peter Jermyn keys
Jim Jones, bass
Mike McKenna, guitar
Pat Little: drums
Produced 1967

Were wooed by Bill Graham & Albert Grossman after opening in New York for The Grateful Dead and in Toronto for Jefferson Airplane & The Dead in Nathan Phillips Square before 50,000 but they broke up.

Luke Gibson accepted an offer to join the progressive folk-rock outfit, Kensington Market
Peter Jermyn moved to Ottawa to join the band Heart, which evolved into The Modern Rock Quartet
McKenna joined The Ugly Ducklings before forming McKenna Mendelson Mainline
Pat Little joined The Georgian IV People (later better known as Chimo!
7.   The Guess Who: Laughing (Burton Cummings / Randy Bachman)
Canned Wheat: RCA Victor LSP 4157
Winnipeg MB
Randy Bachman: guitar
Burton Cummings: keys, vocals
Garry Peterson: percussion
Jim Kale: bass
Produced by Jack Richardson 1969
Recorded by John Woram & Dick Baxter at RCAs Studio A, New York City

8.   The Beatles: Shes A Woman (Lennon / McCartney)
Beatles 65: Capitol Records T 2228
Liverpool UK
Paul McCartney – vocal, bass, piano
John Lennon – rhythm guitar
George Harrison – lead guitar
Ringo Starr – drums, chocalho
Produced by George Martin - 1964
Recorded at Abby Road Studio 2, London UK by Dave Dexter Jr & Norman Smith
First Published in Canada December, 1964

9.   Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas: I Call Your Name (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
45 single bw Bad To Me: Parlophone Records R 5049 - Northern Songs
Liverpool UK
Billy J Kramer: vocal
Tony Mansfield: drums
Robin MacDonald: guitar
Ray Jones: bass
Mike Maxfield: lead guitar
Produced by George Martin 1963
Recorded at Abby Road Studios, July 1963

Born William Howard Ashton, 19 August 1943 in Bootle, Lancashire, England. Also managed by Brian Epstein who produced L&M songs for him to record. The single reached number one. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. Kramer is still Performing

10.   The Stitch In Tyme: Got To Get You Into My Life (Lennon / McCartney) 1967
45 single: Yorkville YV-45001 / Yorkville Evolution: Yorkville Records YVM 33001
Amherst NS / Toronto ON
John Yorke (vocals)
Grant Fullerton (guitar, vocals)
Bob Murphy (keyboards, vocals)
Donnie Morris (bass, vocals)
Pinky Dauvin (drums, vocals)
Produced 1966
The Untouchables & The Continentals members joined forces and moved to Toronto 1966 to form S I T
11. The Lettermen: Here, There & Everywhere (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
Great Songs Of The Beatles: Capitol Records – QL 6735
Las Vegas NV
Jim Pike: vocal
Tony Butala: vocal
Gary Pike: vocal
Compilation produced by Ernest K. Dominy  - 1972

12.   Short Turn: Hole Me Tight (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
Dont Get Around Much Anymore: Heavenly Jukbox Records CS 6012
Toronto ON
Kirk Elliott: guitar, violin, harmonica, vocals
Sharon Keates: vocals, keys, guitar, washboard, spoons, whistle
George Meanwell: guitar, cello, vocals
Stuart Elliott: saxes
Howard Linscott: double bass
Produced by H B Satrong 1978
Recorded by Doug McClement live at The Groaning Board, Toronto, May 6, 1978

"Kirk Elliott is the Leonardo da Vinci of music." (Max Ferguson, CBC Radio)
"A one man cottage industry of sound." (Jurgen Gothe, CBC Radio)
Disgustingly talented. (BBC Radio)
Kirk Elliott numbered amongst the top ten fiddlers at the 2002 Canadian All-Time Fiddle Contest in Shelburne

13. Denny Doherty: Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison) / The Two Of Us (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) – 1967
Watcha Gonna Do: RCA DS 50096
Halifax NS / Mississauga ON
Jimmie Haskell* Accordion
Brian Garofalo* Bass
Russ Kunkel Drums
Barry McGuire, Eddy Fischer Guitar
Buddy Emmons steel guitar
Eric Hord Guitar, Sitar, Banjo
Gabe Lapano Piano, Organ
Denny Doherty Vocals, Guitar
Producerd by Bill Szymczyk 1970
Released 1971

14  Jeff Healey Band: While My Guitar Gently Weeps (G Harrison)
Hell To Pay: Arista - AL8632
Toronto ON
Jeff Healey: lead guitar, vocal
Joe Rockman: bass
Tom Stephen: drums
George Harrison: acoustic guitar, bg vocal
Jeff Lynne: acoustic guitar, bg vocal
Paul Shaffer: keys
Produced by Ed Stasium - 1990
Recorded by Paul Hammingson at Le Studio, Morin Heights QC
Mixed by Ed Stasium with Paul Hammingson
Mastered at Sterling Sound by Greg Calbi, NYC

15  Cream: White Room (Jack Bruce / Pete Brown)
Heavy Cream: Polydor 2671 102
London UK
Jack Bruce: vocal, bass
Eric Clapton: guitar
Ginger Baker: drums
Produced by Felix Pappalardi - 1968
Recorded by Bill Halverson, Arian Barber, Tom Dowd & Damon Lyon-Shaw

Jack Bruce b 1943 d Oct 25, 2014

Hour Two

1.   Stevedore Steve: Im A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote)
Hard Workin' Men - Boot Records BOS 7102
Saint John, NB
Steve Foote: guitar, vocal
Fred McKenna: steel
Others unknown
Produced by Jury Krytiuk - 1971
Recorded at RCA Limited Studio, Toronto
Recording & Mixing Engineer: George Semkiw
Recording Technician: "Cub" Richardson

Stevedore Steve Foote was Stompin' Tom Connors' travelling companion. They left Saint John NB when they were sixteen and hoboed across this land many times. He currently lives in Saint John. Read my take on it from the web page link above.

2.   The Blue Valley Boys: Mouth of the Tobique (Trad)
On Stage At The Drake: Arc - 579
Toronto ON
Bunty Petrie: fiddle – West Bathurst NB
Dick Nolan: guitar Corner Brook NL
Roy Penny: guitar Corner Brook NL
Johnny Bourque (Burke): bass - Rosaireville NB
Moose Latreck: MC
Producer Unknown - 1964

3.   The Whooperwills: Drivin Nails In My Coffin  (Jerry Irby) *
The Whooperwills: Canatal CTLP-4004
Somewhere In Canada
John Tangelis, Bass
Max Dauphin, steel, fiddle
Ray Dauphin, guitar
Bill Taylor, drums
Ray Francis, Rhythm, vocals
Produced by Art Snider - 1964
Recorded by Dave Newberry at Newberry Sound Studio, Toronto
4.   Mac Beattie & Ottawa Valley Melodiers: Back in the Pakenham Hills (M Beattie)
Mr. Ottawa Valley: Banff - SBS 5333
Arnprior, ON
Mac Beattie: cocktail drum, vocal
Reg Hill: fiddle
Gaetan Fairfield: guitar
Jim Mayhew: piano
Gordon Summers: lead guitar
George Courschesne: bass
Produced by Ralph Carlson - 1970
mailto:p.beattie@sympatico.ca or http://www.backtothesugarcamp.com/macbeattie.html

Mac Beattie lead his band through the Ottawa Valley for 40 years, recording 11 albums of mostly original songs from the late '50s through the 1970s. He died in 1982. Read about him as well from my web site URL above.

5.   Peter Green: In The Skies (Peter Green)
In The Skies: Salt Records / Attic Records Canada LAT 1077
London UK
Peter Green: vocal, electric guitar
Snowy White: lead guitar solo
Lennox Langton: conga
Kuma Herada: bass
Peter Bardens: Hammond organ
Reg Isidore: drums
Produced by Peter Vernon-Kell - 1979

6.   Anna Gutmanis: Then Came You (Anna Gutmanis)
Anna Gutmanis: Ban-Anna Records BDR12-16
Toronto ON
Anna Gutmanis: keys, vocals
Ken Tobias: bg vocals
Robert Webber: guitars, percussion
Don Zablotny: electric guitar
Rob Laidlaw: bass
Randy Cook: drums
Produced by Robert Webber 1989
Recorded by Robi Banerji and Ormond Jobin at Reaction Studios, Toronto

7.   Jr. Walker & The Allstars: How Sweet It Is (Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland / Edward Holland Jr)
Road Runner: Tamla / Motown – SL 703
Blytheville AK
James Graves – drums
Vic Thomas – keyboards
Junior Walker – saxophone, vocals
Willie Woods – guitar
James Jamerson - bass
Produced by Johnny Bristol, Henry Cosby, Lamont Dozier, Harvey Fuqua, Berry Gordy, Jr., Brian Holland, Lawrence Horn, Mickey Stevenson – 1966
Mastered by Ellen Fitton

Autry DeWalt Mixon Jr. (June 14, 1931 – November 23, 1995, Battle Creek Mich)
Best known song was “Shotgun”, inducted into Grammy Awared Hall of Fame 2002

8.  The Supremes: Someday Well Be Together (Jackey Beavers / Johnny Bristol / Harvey Fuqua)
Superstar Series Vol 1: Motown Records M 101
Detroit MI
Diana Ross: vocals
Merry Clayton, Maxine Waters, and Julia Waters: bg vocals
Johnny Bristol: male backing vocals
The Funk Brothers and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Produced by Johnny Bristol 1969

Although it was released as the final Supremes song featuring Diana Ross, who left the group for a solo career in January 1970, it was recorded as Ross' first solo single and Supremes members Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong do not sing on the recording. The Funk Brothers, like The Wrecking Crew, were a loose collection of Motown studio musicians.
9.   Savoy Brown: Made Up My Mind (Chris Youlden)
A Step Further: Parrott PAS 71029
London UK
Chris Youlden vocals
Kim Simmonds guitar, cowbell
Lonesome Dave Peverett guitar
Roger Earl drums
Tony Stevens bass
Bob Hall piano
Wheeler Eddie Blair trumpets
Ray Davis, Bobby Haughey, Reg Morris: flugal horn
Don Morris sax
John Edwards trombone
Bob Efford sax
Don Honeywill sax
Jawbone Willie jawbone
Produced by Mike Vernon 1969
Recorded by David Grinsted

10.   King Biscuit Boy: Operator (E Burkes)
Richard Newell aka King Biscuit Boy: Stony Plains Records SPL-1120
Hamilton ON
Richard Newell, vocals, harmonica
Sonny Del Rio, saxes
Dennis Grasely, sax
Jack De Keyzer, guitar
Stan Szelest, piano
Neil Nickafor, bass
Greg Zark, drums
Produced by Andy Grigg & Richard Newell 1988
Recorded and mixed at Sound Path Studios, Oakville ON by Richard Lightheart
Mastered at The Lacquer Channel

11.   Otis Redding: Can't Turn You Loose (Otis Redding)
The Best of Otis Redding: Atco 25A 861
Dawson GA
Otis Redding: vocals
Andrew Love: tenor sax
Floyd Newman: baritone sax
Wayne Jackson: trumpet
Steve Cropper: guitar
Isaac Hayes: piano
Donald Dunn: bass
Al Jackson Jr: drums
Produced by Otis Redding, Steve Cropper, Jim Stewart 1972
Recorded by Jim Stewart, Tom Dawd and Ron Capone at Stax Studio - 1965

Otis Ray Redding, Jr. (b. Dawson Georgia September 9, 1941 d. Madison WI  December 10, 1967)
It was released as the B-side to his 1965 single "Just One More Day".

12. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Wo Is A Me Bop (Don Van Vliet)
Lick My Decals Off, Baby: Straight Records / Reprise 6420
Glendale CA
Ed Marimba (Art Tripp) marimba, percussion, broom
Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet) vocals, bass clarinet, tenor sax, soprano sax, harmonica
Drumbo (John French) percussion, broom
Zoot Horn Rollo (Bill Harkleroad) guitar and glass finger guitar
Rockette Morton (Mark Boston) "bassius-o-pheilius"
Produced by Captain Beefheart - 1970
Recorded at United Recording Corp, Hollywood CA

13. Rolling Stones: Flight 505 (Mick Jagger / Keith Richards)
Aftermath: London Records PS 476
London UK
Mick Jagger: vocals
Keith Richard: guitar, vocals
Brian Jones: guitar
Bill Wyman: bass
Charlie Watts: drums
Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham 1966
Recorded by Dave Hassinger at RCA Studios, Hollywood

14. Muddy Waters: I’m Ready (Willie Dixon)
The Best of Muddy Waters: Chess - LP 1427
Clarksdale MS
Muddy Waters (vocal and guitar)
Little Walter (chromatic harmonica)
Jimmy Rogers (guitar)
Otis Spann (piano)
Willie Dixon (bass)
Fred Below (drums).
Produced by Fred & Leonard Chess - 1954

McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 – April 30, 1983)

15. Elmore James & Broom Dusters: Dust My Blues (Elmore James)
45 Single: Kent Records – 45x394
Richland MS
Elmore James: Slide Guitar
Frank Fields: bass
Earl Palmer: drums
Edward Frank: piano
Produced by Joe Bihari – 1955

Elmore Brooks (January 27, 1918 – May 24, 1963)
was strongly influenced by Robert Johnson, Kokomo Arnold and Tampa Red.

16. Gale Garnett: Well Sing In The Sunshine (Gale Garnet)
45 Single: RCA Victor 47-8388
Toronto ON
Produced by Andy Wiswell 1964

b. Aukland NZ  17 July 1942.  Moved to Canada when she was 11
Her father died when she was 12, and at 14 she ran away to New York City to pursue an acting career.
In the fall of 1964, Garnett scored a number four pop hit with her original composition "We'll Sing in the Sunshine" (also #1 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary singles chart for 7 weeks and a Top 50 country hit),
won the Grammy Award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording in 1965
The Pink Panther (1963) (voice) as Princess Dala
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) as Aunt Lexy (credited as Gale Zoë Garnett)
Also did roles in TV shows: Have Gun - Will Travel as Prudence Powers (1 episode, 1963) The Debutante
Shindig, Lloyd Thaxton Show, Bonanza, Rat Patrol, Kojak, King of Kensington, Littlest Hobo, Kung Fu
Inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2015

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