33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
November 13, 2017

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Hour One

1.   Love Sculpture: The Stumble (Freddy King / Sonny Thompson)
2.   Led Zeppelin: How Many More Times (Jimmy Page / John Bonham / John Paul Jones)
3.   Brenda Lee: Im Sorry (Ronnie Self / Dub Albritton) 1960
4.   Sopwith Camel: Cellophane Woman (W Seivers) 1967
5.   Bruce Cockburn: Radio Shoes (Bruce Cockburn) 1981 *
7.   Cat Stevens: Wild World (Cat Stevens)
8.   The Sattalites: Perfect Day (F Hambleton) 1988 *
9.   Al Bruno: Arkansas Traveller / Old Joe Clark Guitar Breakdown (Trad) 1958 *
10. The Beatles: Can’t Buy Me Love (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) 1964
11. The Breau Brummels: Laugh Laugh (Ron Elliott) 1964
12. James Brown and His Famous Flames: Try Me (James Brown) 1958
13. Fleetwood Mac: Red Hot Jam (Peter A Green) 1971
14. Fleetwood Mac: World’s In A Tangle (J Lane) 1971
15. Jack Scott: The Way I Walk (Jack Scott) 1959 *
16. Tommy Danton & The Echoes: Rocket To The Moon (Mann / Glover) 1959 *
17. The Sparrow(s): Green Bottle Lover (D Edmonton / J Edmonton) 1966 *
18. The Heatseekers: Thingmaker (Heatseekers) 1996 *
19. Steel River: Do You Know Where Youre Going (Steel River) 1971 *

Hour Two

1.   Liona Boyd: Totumo De Guarenas (Benito Canonico) 1976 *
2.   Terry Stafford: Suspicion (Doc Pomus / Mort Shuman) 1964 *
3.   Strange Movies: (I Can) Feel It Coming (Bill Campbell) 1969 *
4.   Climax Blues Band: Couldn’t Get It Right (Climax Blues Band) 1975
5.   Wonderful Grand Band: Kerry Polka (Trad) 1981 *
6.   The (English) Beat: Monkey Murders (English Beat) 1981
7.   Bob Wiseman: Airplane On The Highway (Bob Wiseman) 1989 *
8.   The Byrds: CTA 102 (Jim McGuinn / R J Hippard) 1967
9.   Philippe Bruneau: La rond du mariee (trad) 1973 *
10. Simply Red: The Right Thing (Mick Hucknall) 1987
11. The Kinks: Nothing To Say (Ray Davies) 1969
12. Lori Yates: Promises Promises (Matraca Berg / Lori Yates) 1989 *
13. Milton ‘Red’ Shea: Moon Boogie Twist (Milton Shea) 1962 *
14. Neil Young: Barstool Blues (Neil Young) 1975 *
15. Buffalo Springfield: Mr. Soul (Neil Young) 1968
16. Wally Zayonce & His Buckeroos: Ukrainian Kolomekya (trad) 196? *
17. Jay & The Americans: Come A Little Bit Closer (Boyce / Hart / Farrell) 1964
18. Bill Garrett: Northshore Train (Bill Garrett) 1979 *
19. Flying Circus: Jabber Jabber (S See / Al Reid) 1973 *
20. Guess Who: 8:15 (Randy Bachman / Burton Cummings) 1970 *
21. Syrinx: Aurora Spinway (Syrinx) 1970 *

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And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Love Sculpture: The Stumble (Freddy King / Sonny Thompson)
Blues Helping: Rare Earth R 505
Cardiff Wales, UK
John Williams: bass, vocals
Bob Jones: drums, vocals
Dave Edmunds: guitar, vocals, keys
Produced by Malcolm Jones & Kingsley Ward 1969
Recorded by Peter Mew

2.   Led Zeppelin: How Many More Times (Jimmy Page / John Bonham / John Paul Jones)
Led Zeppelin: Atlantic Records SD 8216
London UK
Robert Plant: vocal
John Bonham: drums
Jimmy Page: guitar
John Paul Jones: bass
Produced by Jimmy Page - 1969
Recorded by Glyn Johns, Olympic Studios, London Sept-Oct 1968

3.   Brenda Lee: Im Sorry (Ronnie Self / Dub Albritton)
Single bw Thats All You Gotta Do: Decca Records 9-31093
Atlanta GA
Produced by Owen Bradley 1960

Brenda Lee recorded "I'm Sorry" early in 1960. It hit the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in July when she was just 16. In 1990 the song was used in a Bounty Paper Towel commercial.

4.   Sopwith Camel: Cellophane Woman (W Seivers)
The Sopwith Camel: Kama Sutra Records KLPS 8060
San Francisco CA
Peter Kraemer, vocal, sax
Terry MacNeil and William "Truckaway" Sievers, guitars
Martin Beard, bass
Norman Mayell, drummer
Produced by Erik Jacobsen 1967
Recorded by Val Valentin

Producer Erik Jacobsen (born May 19, 1940) worked with Tim Hardin, The Lovin' Spoonful, Norman Greenbaum to name a few.

5.   Bruce Cockburn: Radio Shoes (Bruce Cockburn)
12 inch LP Single: Millennium Records BXL1-7761
Ottawa ON
Bruce Cockburn: guitar
Memo Acevedo: percussion
Bob DiSalle: drums
Dennis Pendrith: bass
Jon Goldsmith: keys
Hugh Marsh: violin, mandolin
Kathryn Moses: reeds
Produced by Bruce Cockburn & Bernie Finkelstein 1981
Recorded by Gary Gray at Manta Sound, Toronto April June 1981
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC

6.   Joan Baez: Farewell, Angelina (Bob Dylan)
Farewell, Angelina: Vanguard Records  VSD 79200
New York City NY
Joan Baez: guitar, vocal
Russ Savukas: string bass
Produced by Maynard Sullivan  1965
Cover photo by Richard Avedon

7.   Cat Stevens: Wild World (Cat Stevens)
Tea For The Tillerman: A&M SP 4280
London UK
Cat Stevens: guitar, keys, vocal
Alun Davies: guitar
John Ryan: bass
Harvey Burns: drums
John Rostein: violin
Del Newman string arrangements
Produced by Paul Samwell-Smith 1970
Recorded at Morgan Studios,Island Studios and Olympic Studios, London,

8.   The Sattalites: Perfect Day (F Hambleton)
45 single: Axe Records 103
Toronto ON
Fergus Hambleton: lead vocals, guitar, sax
Jo Jo Bennett: flugelhorn, percussion
David Fowler: Keys
Bruce McGillivray: bass
Junior McPherson: drums
Rick Morrison: sax
Bruce Robinson: piano
Produced by Fergus Hambleton & Jo Jo Bennett  1988

The only Canadian band ever invited to play at Jamaica's "Sunsplash", playing before 25,000 people two-time Juno winners, The Sattalites are known as Canada’s longest standing reggae group.

9.   Al Bruno: Arkansas Traveller (trad) / Old Joe Clark (trad) / Guitar Breakdown *
Town & Country Guitar: Arc Records - 507
Sudbury ON
Al Bruno: lead guitar
Producer not listed - circa 1958

Al Bruneau b. Sudbury ON January 22, 1937 – d. August 21, 2015 in Florida

Began playing guitar at age 6. Formed his first band ‘The French Trio’ shortly thereafter. Eventually played with a group called, “Wes Chapman & The Prairie Dawgs.

He was the recipient of ten ACM lead guitar awards
He played lead guitar for Conway Twitty in 1958. Later, he went to work for Dick Clark in Philadelphia & then in Los Angeles as Dick's musical director for "Caravan of Stars".

10. The Beatles: Cant Buy Me Love (Lennon / McCartney)
A Hard Days Night Soundtrack: United Artists Records UAL 3366
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: guitar
George Harrison: lead guitar
Paul McCartney: bass, lead vocal
Ringo Starr: drums
Produced by George Martin
Recorded at Abby Road Studio 2, London UK by Norman Smith
First Published in Canada July, 1964

Single released 16 March 1964

11. The Breau Brummels: Laugh Laugh (Ron Elliott)
Introducing The Beau Brummels: Autumn Records LP/103
San Francisco CA
Sal Valentino lead vocals, tambourine
Ron Elliott lead guitar, vocals
Ron Meagher bass guitar, vocals
Declan Mulligan rhythm guitar, harmonica, vocals
John Petersen drums
Produced by Sylvester Stewart (Sly Stone) 1964
Leo de Gar Kulka engineer

Laugh, Laugh" was the first hit single to come out of the emerging San Francisco music scene in response to the British Invasion

The band's first full-length album, Introducing the Beau Brummels, released in April 1965.
Were included a 1965 episode of The Flintstones in which the band gave an animated performance as the Beau Brummelstones

Beau Brummels had taken their name from a term for an excessively well-dressed person. The group liked that the name sounded British, and knew that following the Beatles so closely in the alphabet would likely result in the bands' records being placed next to each other on record store shelves

12. James Brown & His Famous Flames: Try Me (James Brown)
Pleae Please Please: King / Regency Records 909
Barnwell, SC
James Brown - lead vocal
Johnny Terry - background vocals
Bill Hollings - background vocals
J.W. Archer - background vocals
Louis Madison - background vocals
George Dorsey - alto saxophone
Clifford Scott - tenor saxophone
Ernie Hayes - piano
Kenny Burrell - guitar
Carl Pruitt - bass
David "Panama" Francis - drums
Song Produced by Andy Gibson, 1958
Song recorded September 18, 1958, Beltone Studios,
Album Produced by Ralph Bass, 1959
Album recorded in New York City, February 24, 1956-September 18, 1958

b. May 3, 1933, Barnwell, South Carolina - d. December 25, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia

This was a #1 R&B hit and charted #48 Pop - the group's first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100. It was Brown and the Flames' second charting single, ending a two-year dry spell after the success of "Please, Please, Please".

13. Fleetwood Mac: Red Hot Jam (Peter A Green)
Fleetwood Mac in Chicago: Blue Horizon - 9 45238-2
London, UK
Peter Green - guitar, vocal
Mick Fleetwood - drums
Buddy Guy (as Guitar Buddy) - guitar
Shakey Horton - harmonica
Honey Boy Edwards - guitar
Willie Dixon - string bass
Produced by Mike Vernon & Marshall Chess - 1969
Released 1971

14. Fleetwood Mac: Worlds In A Tangle (J Lane)
Fleetwood Mac in Chicago: Blue Horizon - 9 45238-2
London, UK
Peter Green - guitar, vocal
John McVie - bass
SP Leary - drums
Danny Kirwan guitar, vocal
Otis Spann - piano
Produced by Mike Vernon & Marshall Chess - 1969
Released 1971

15. Jack Scott: The Way I Walk (Jack Scott)
The Best of Jack Scott: Stardust CD-1019
Windsor ON
The Chantones: bg vocals
Jack Scott: vocals
Produced 1960

Giovanni Domenico Scafone, Jr. b. January 24, 1936 (age 81) Windsor ON

He grew up listening to hillbilly music and was taught to play the guitar by his Mother. At the age of 18, he formed the Southern Drifters but went solo in 1957. Scott had more US singles (19), in a shorter period of time (41 months), than any other recording artist – with the exception of The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Fats Domino and Connie Francis. He was inducted into Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2011

16. Tommy Danton & The Echoes: Rocket To The Moon (Mann / Glover)
45 rpm: Sparton Records - 4-742 R
Toronto ON
Produced 1959

Danton b. UK, lived in Toronto
Rocket To The Moon was originally recorded by Moon Mullican in 1953 and later re-released by him in 1960.

17. The Sparrow(s): Green Bottle Lover (D Edmonton / J Edmonton)
45 single bw Down Goes Your Love Life: Columbia Records Canada 4-43960
Oshawa ON
John Kay: rhythm guitar, vocal
Dennis Edmonton  lead guitar, vocals
Nick St. Nicholas  bass, vocals
Goldy McJohn  keyboards, vocals
Jerry Edmonton  drums
Produced by Camalus Productions 1966
Recorded at Columbia Studios, NYC

18. The Heatseekers: Thingmaker (Beattie/Connelly/Dignan)
45 EP shared with The Shuttlecocks: 7 Inches of Pleasure Records, No serial
Toronto ON
Cindy Beattie
Brian Connelly
Sean Dignan
Produced by The Heatseekers 1996
Recorded by Catherine North, Hamilton ON

19. Steel River: Do You Know Where Youre Going (Steel River)
A Better Road: Tuesday GHL 1003
Toronto ON
Ray Angrove, drums
Rob Cockell, bass
John Dudgeon, guitar
Tony Dunning, lead guitar
Robert Forrester, keys
Produced by Greg Hambleton 1971
Recorded by Terry Brown at Toronto Sound Studios
Mixed by Bob Lifton

Hour Two

1.   Liona Boyd: Totumo De Guarenas (Benito Canonico)
The Guitar Artitstry of Liona Boyd: Boot Masterconcert Series BMC 3006
Toronto ON
Liona Boyd: guitar
Produced by Liona Boyd, 1976
Recorded by David Green at Manta Sound, Toronto

Liona Maria Carolynne Boyd, b. July 11, 1949 (age 67) London, UK.

When she was thirteen, she was given her first guitar, a Christmas present which her parents had bought in Spain seven years before. She took lessons from Eli Kassner, Narciso Yepes, Alexandre Lagoya, Julian Bream, and Segovia.

Boyd graduated from the University of Toronto in 1972 with a degree in music. In 1975, she performed at Carnegie Hall. She also began to tour with Gordon Lightfoot. Signed to Stompin’ Tom’s label Boot Records in 1974, her first album was produced that year. Boyd has recorded with Chet Atkins, Eric Clapton, Al Di Meola, Rick Emmett, David Gilmour, Alex Lifeson, Canadian Brass, André Gagnon, Yo Yo Ma and Frank Mills.

2.   Terry Stafford: Suspicion (Doc Pomus / Mort Shuman)
45 single bw Judy: Reo Records  8763X
Amarillo TX
Terry Stafford: vocal
Ron Griffith: bass
Bob Summers: all other instruments
Produced by Bob Summers  1964
Recorded at RCA Studio B, Nashville, by Bob Summers

Terry LaVerne Stafford (November 22, 1941  March 17, 1996) died in Amarillo of liver failure, age 54.

One of 25 songs written by Pomus/Shuman for Elvis Presley, "Suspicion" was recorded by Presley on March 19, 1962 in Studio B of RCA's Nashville studio and issued on Presley's album Pot Luck released June 15, 1962. In April 1964, when the Terry Stafford version of "Suspicion" was in the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100, the Presley original was given a US single release with "Kiss Me Quick" as the flip, and it was "Kiss Me Quick" which was the favored side. Suspicion" had the distinction of being sixth on the Billboard Hot 100 on April 4, 1964, when The Beatles held down the top five spots.

3.   Strange Movies: (I Can) Feel It Coming (Bill Campbell)
45 single bw What A Drag: Van Records 2605
Bill Campbell (vocals)
Don Burnett (drums)
Robert Daniel (bass)
Rodger Law (guitar, vocals)
Produced by Van Records 1969

Originally from Kelowna, B.C., the Strange Movies were formed in the Spring of 1966 with the merging of members from two bands - Jimmy And The Rebounds and Urban Council. In the summer of 1968 they relocated to Vancouver where the rented a house together. In 1969 they recorded two singles for Van Records which brought them to the attention of a club owner visiting from Bermuda. Soon they were flown to Hamilton, Bermuda to play at the Ace of Clubs for a season. Upon their return they played gigs in New York and Toronto followed by a second season in Bermuda. Rodger Law went to Vancouver where he ended up joining Mother Tucker's Yellow Duck.

4.   Climax Blues Band: Couldn’t Get It Right (Climax Blues Band)
45 single bw Sav'ry Gravy: Sire Records 1147-736
Stafford UK
Colin Cooper: sax, lead vocal
John Cuffley: drums
Pete Haycock: guitar
Derek Holt: bass
Richard Jones: keys
Produced by The Climax Blues Band 1976

5.   Wonderful Grand Band: Kerry Polka (Trad)
Living In A Fog: Grand East Records GE-1001
St. John’s NL
Glenn Simmons: guitar
Ron Hynes: guitar, mandolin, banjo
Jamie Snider: fiddle
Sandy Morris: guitar
Ian Perry: bass
Paul Stamp: drums
Produced by Declan O’Doherty 1981
Recorded and mixed at Springfield Sound Studio by Declan O’Doherty, Dan Donovan and Geoff Rowland
Mastered by Bill Kipper at Masterdisk NYC

were together between 1978 – 1983

6.   The (English) Beat: Monkey Murders (English Beat)
Wha’ Happen?: Sire Records – XSR 3567
Birmingham UK
Ranking Roger: vocal, toasting, percussion
Dave Wakeling: vocal, guitar
David Steele: bass
Andy Cox: guitar
Everett Morton: drums
Wesley Magoogan: sax
Saxa (Lionel Augustus Martin): sax
Produced by Bob Sargeant – 1981
Recorded by Mark Dearnley and Nick Rogers at Roundhouse Studios, London UK
Mastered by Phil Brown at Warner Brothers Recording Studios, N Hollywood CA

In UK were just known as The Beat; in Australia as British Beat and in America The English Beat
The Beat toured the world with well-known artists such as David Bowie, The Clash, The Police, The Pretenders, R.E.M., The Specialsand Talking Heads. After the break-up of The Beat in 1983, Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger went on to form General Public and had a couple of hit singles in North America, while Andy Cox and David Steele formed Fine Young Cannibals

7.   Bobby Wiseman: Airplane on the Highway (Bobby Wiseman)
Sings Wrench Tuttle: WEA / Risque Disque 25 69131
Toronto ON
Bobby Wiseman: keys, vocals
Kurt Schefter: guitar
Michael Pickett: harmonica
Mark French: drums
Dennis Delorme: pedal steel
Rich Maslove: bass
Produced by Bobby Wiseman - 1989
Recorded by Be-Double-You at the Music Gallery and Jays Space Station, Toronto
Engineering Assistants: Sandor Ajenstadt, Joe Benarroch, John Oswald, Jay Blair

8.   The Byrds: CTA 102 (Jim McGuinn / R J Hippard)
Younger Than Yesterday: Columbia CS 9442
Los Angeles CA
Jim (Roger) McGuinn, guitar, vocals
Chris Hillman, bass
David Crosby, guitar vocals
Michael Clarke, drums
Produced by Gary Usher 1967
Released February 6, 1967

Song named after the CTA-102 quasar

McGuinn explained the inspiration for the song in a 1973 interview with ZigZag magazine: "At the time we wrote it I thought it might be possible to make contact with quasars, but later I found out that they were stars which are imploding at a tremendous velocity. They're condensing and spinning at the same time, and the nucleus is sending out tremendous amounts of radiation, some of which is audible as an electronic impulse on a computerized radio telescope. It comes out in a rhythmic pattern ... and originally, the radio astronomers who received these impulses thought they were from a life-form in space."

9.   Philippe Bruneau: La Ronde du mariee (The Bridegroom's Rondo) (Trad)
Philippe Bruneau: Philo Records - FI 2003
Montreal QC / Paris FR
Philippe Bruneau - accordion
Yvan Brault - bass
Gilles Losier - piano
Produced by David Green and Phil Hresko - 1973
Recorded by David Green at Earth Audio Techniques Inc., North Ferrisburg VT

10. Simply Red: The Right Thing (Mick Hucknall)
Men & Women: Elektra / Asylum Records 96 07271
Manchester UK
Mick Hucknall - lead and backing vocals
Chris Joyce - drums and percussion
Tony Bowers - bass guitar and percussion
Tim Kellett - keyboards, trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion, live backing vocals
Fritz McIntyre - keyboards and backing vocals
Sylvan Richardson - guitars
Produced by Alex Sadkin 1987
Recorded by Barry Mraz & Chris Dickie
Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, NYC

Began as The Frantic Elevators (1977 to 1984)
1985 - 2010 sold more than 50 million albums over a 25-year career

11. The Kinks: Nothing To Say (Ray Davies)
Arthur Or The Decline & Fall of the British Empire: Pye Records NSPL 18317
London UK
Mick Avory drums, percussion
John Dalton bass guitar, background vocals
Dave Davies lead guitar, background vocals
Ray Davies lead and background vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards (harpsichord and piano)
Produced by Ray Davies
Recorded by Andrew Hendriksen May–July 1969 at Pye Studios, London
Released 10 October 1969

12. Lori Yates: Promises, Promises (Matraca Berg / Lori Yates)
Cant Stop The Girl: Columbia Records 44278
Hamilton ON
Eddie Bayers
Wendy Waldman
Steve Givson
Harry Stinson
Paddy OCorcoran
Tom Robb
Albert Lee
Mark Casstevens
Randy McCormick
Mark OConnor
Paul Franklin
Colleen Peterson
Roy Huskey
Mike Noble
Ferrell Morris
Randy Lero
Produced by Steve Buckingham 1989
Recorded by Joe Bogan & Marshall Morgan
Mixed by Marshall Morgan
Mastered by Denny Purcell at Georgetown Masters, Nashville TN

Began with Rang Tango, Toronto country punk alternative band. Went solo moved to Nashville & got seriously into songwriting. Formed Hey Stella w Bazil Donovan, David Baxter and Michelle Josef

13. Milton (Red) Shea: Moon Boogie Twist  (M Shea)
45 Single bw Cottonwood: Chateau Records C 138
Prince Albert SK
Red Shea: lead guitar
Produced by Art Snider 1962

Laurice Milton "Red" Shea born 1938 - d. June 11, 2008

With his brother Les Shea and bassist Bill Gibbs, Mr. Shea formed the Red and Les Trio in the late 1950s. They played on Country Hoedown. It was on Country Hoedown, in 1960, that Mr. Shea met Gordon Lightfoot, who was a member of the Singin' Swingin' Eight. Mr. Shea began playing lead guitar in The Lightfoot Band in 1965

As lead guitar player for Gordon Lightfoot from 1965 through 1975 (he toured only sporatically in the 70s, and shared lead with Terry Clements), he was the man responsible for the stirring and memorable lead riffs on some of Lightfoot's most famous songs. Listen to If You Could Read My Mind, Don Quixote or Song For A Winter's Night for a sample of his masterful guitar playing. He played on every album from The Way I Feel through Gord's Gold. Gave guitar lessons to Travis Good of the Sadies

14. Neil Young: Barstool Blues (Neil Young)
Zuma: Reprise MS 2242
Neil Young: guitar, vocals
Frank Sampedro: guitar
Billy Talbot: bass
Ralph Molina: drums
Produced by Neil Young & David Briggs  1975

Happy Birthday to Neil, Nov 12 1945

15. Buffalo Springfield: Mr. Soul (Neil Young)
Buffalo Springfield Again: Atco
Los Angeles CA
Neil Young - lead and rhythm guitar, lead vocals
Stephen Stills - organ, lead and rhythm guitar, piano, keyboard, vocals
Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
Dewey Martin - drums, vocals
Bruce Palmer - bass
Produced by Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Ritchie Furay October 1967
Recorded  January 9, 1967, Atlantic Studios, New York,
Recording Engineer: Jim Messina
Mastering: Tim Mulligan

16. Wally Zayonce & His Buckaroos: Ukrainian Kolomekya (trad)
On The Bandstand: Buckaroo Records RXS 6913
Penticton BC
Wally Zayonce, cordovox accordion
Bruce Fazan, guitar, trumpet
Lyle Johnson, drums
Unknown others
Produced by Al Reusch at Aragon Recording Studios, Vancouver 196?

17. Jay & The Americans: Come A Little Bit Closer (Boyce / Hart / Farrell)
45 single bw Let’s Lock The Door (And Throw Away The Key): United Artists G-21507
Jay Black: lead vocal
Kenny Vance: vocals
Sandy Deane - vocals
Howard Kane - vocals
Marty Sanders - guitar, vocals
Produced by Artie Ripp 1964

Jay Black (b David Blatt), Howard Kane (né Kirschenbaum), Kenny Vance (b Rosenberg) and Sandy Deanne (b Yaguda), Marty Sanders (b Kupersmith).

They were discovered while performing in student venues at New York University in the late 1950s. They auditioned for Leiber and Stoller, who gave the group its name. The original lead singer was John “Jay” Taylor and after he quit in 1962 was replaced by David Black who had to assume the name Jay. They hit the charts in 1963 with "Only In America," a song originally meant for The Drifters. "Come a Little Bit Closer" in 1964 hit #3, and "Cara Mia" in 1965, which hit #4.

Come a Little Bit Closer was written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, as well as Wes Farrell, and became Boyce and Hart's first top-10 hit. Boyce and Hart went on to write most of the Monkees hit songs.

18. Bill Garrett: Northbound Train (Bill Garrett) 1978 *
Bill Garrett: Posterity / Woodshed Records PWS 014
Montreal QC
Bill Garrett guitars, vocals
Curly Boy Stubbs: guitar
Pepe Francis: electric guitars, dobro
David Essig: mandolin
Ron Dann: pedal steel, dobro
Kim Brandt: bass
Dave Lewis: drums
Produced by Paul Mills 1979
Recorded by Danial Lanois at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON
Cover by Ian Bell

19. Flying Circus: Jabber Jabber (S See / Al Reid) 1973 *
Summer Canadian Singles Festival: Capitol Promotion 103
Sydney Australia / Toronto ON
Doug Rowe: lead guitar
Greg Grace: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Terry Wilkins: bass, vocals
Colin Walker: drums
Sam See: keys
Produced by Capitol Records of Canada 1973

The Flying Circus was a pioneering Australian pop music and country rock band who had a number of pop hits in Australia from 1968 to 1971 and then re-located to Canada from 1971 to 1974 before calling it quits in 75. A connection with McKenna Mendlesohn Mainline (who they had met in Australia) made Toronto a destination since they were refused a US work visa. Sam See and Terry Wilkins later joined Lighthouse

20. Guess Who: 8:15 (Randy Bachman / Burton Cummings)
American Woman: RCA LSP 4266
Winnipeg MB
Randy Bachman: guitar
Burton Cummings: keys, vocals
Gary Peterson: drums
Jim Kale: bass
Produced by Jack Richardson 1970
Recorded by Brian Christian at RCA Mid-America Recording Center, Studio B, Chicago

21. Syrinx: Aurora Spinray (John Mills-Cockell / Syrinx)
Long Lost Relatives: True North Records TNX 5
John Mills-Cockell: synths, keys
Doug Pringle: sax, guiro, bongos, bells
Alan Wells: congas
Produced by John Mills-Cockell & Eugene Martynec 1971
Recorded at Eastern Sound Studios, Thunder Sound, Pathe-Humphries & Bay Studios, Toronto by Dave Kalunbach, Don Stewart & Bill Roncken
Mastered by Bob D'Orleans

Mills-Cockell Born: May 19, 1943 (age 72), Toronto is a graduate of The Royal Conservatory of Music and the University of Toronto. In 1967 he won a BMI Award to Student Composers for his Movements for Orchestra and Reverberation for Solo Trombone and Two Stereo Tapes

Allan Wells - percussionist (deceased 3 November 2010)
Pringle is a producer and director of digital media, television and music.

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