33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
November 20, 2017

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Hour One

1.    Billy And The Catch 22: Monday Mondaze (Patriquin / Tribe / Konopelski) 1988 *
2.   Deep Purple: I’m So Glad (Skip James) 1968
3.   Zwol: A Little Bit Crazy (Walter Zwol) 1978 *
4.   Colin James: Chicks n’ Cars  - And The Third World War (C James / J Ferreira / D mayes / R Hopkins) 1988 *
5.   Dire Straits: Industrial Disease (Mark Knopfler) 1982
6.   Crystal Gayle: River Road (Sylvia Tyson) 1977
7.   Roger McGuinn: Better Change (Dan Fogelberg) 1974
8.   Chris Hillman: She Don’t Care About Time (Gene Clark) 2017
9.   Dave Clark Five: Any Way You Want It (Dave Clark) 1964
10. Cheech And Chong: Turn That Thing Down (Thomas Chong / Richard Marin / Gaye Delorme) 1974
11. The Clash: London Calling (Joe Strummer / Mick Jones) 1979
12. Eddie Cochran: Twenty Flight Rock (Eddie Cochran / Ned Fairchild) 1957
13. Sounds Incorporated: The Sparton (Stanford) 1964

Hour Two

1.   The Ceedees: Hook Me In (Curtis Driedger) 1986 *
2.   Robert Knight: Everlasting Love (Buzz Cason / Mac Gayden) 1967
3.   Mose Allison: Parchman Farm (Bukka White / Mose Allison) 1957
4.   Jimmy Bowskill Band: Little Bird (Jimmy Bowskill) 2012 *
5.   Cano: Sometimes The Blues (R Paiement / D Burt) 1980 *
6.   Bush: The Grand Commander (R Kenner / D Troiano) 1970 *
7.   Bill King: Blue Skies, Blue Skies (Bill King) 1974 *
8.   Mandala: Mellow Carmello Palumbo (Domenic Troiano) 1968 *
9.   Jack Tobi: Rock In The Dark (Jack Tobi) 1978 *
10. Priviledge: Strangers From A Strange Land (Bob Ruzicka) 1973 *
11. David Wilcox: The Grind (David Wilcox) 1984 *
12. Domenic Troiano: I Just Lost A Friend (D. Troiano) 1972 *
13. Plaid: Melifer (Plaid) 2016

CanCon = 50%

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Billy And The Catch 22: Monday Mondaze (Patriquin / Tribe / Konopelski)
Rough Mix: World Records WRC1 5963
Billy Patriquin: guitar, lead vocals
Fred Duval: drums, vocals
Joe Power: bass, vocals
Don Patriquin: acoustic guitar
Steve Wingfield: sax
Rob Duval: keys
Produced by Powerlines Productions 1988
Recorded by Fred Duval at Powerlines, Toronto

2.   Deep Purple: I’m So Glad (Skip James)
Shades of Deep Purple: Warner Brothers WS 4516
London UK
Rod Evans: vocals
John Lord: organ, vocals
Nic Simper: bass, vocals
Ritchie Blackmore: guitar, vocals
Ian Paice: drums
Produced by Derek Lawrence 1968
Recorded by Barry ainsworth at Pye Studios, London, May 1968

Nehemiah Curtis James b. June 9, 1902 Bentonia, Miss – d. October 3, 1969 (aged 67) Philadelphia

Originally covered by its author, Skip James, in 1931. Also covered by Cream on their first album Fresh Cream. Deep Purple’s vocalist Rod Evans and drummer Ian Paice had recommended that the group record it.
3.   Zwol: A Little Bit Crazy (Walter Zwol)
Zwol: EMI America SW17005
Walter Zwol: vocal
Bernie LaBarge: guitar and vocals
Grant Slater: keyboards and vocals
Sonnie Bernardi: drums
Dennis Pinhorn: bass guitar and vocals.
Produced by Roger Cook, Ralph Murray and Walter Zwol 1979
Recorded Crazy Mama Studios in Nashville and Miami's Criteria Studios

Walter Zwolinski was a founding member and front-man for the Canadian rock band Brutus (1969–1976). After that he went solo. Zwol became the first Canadian artist to sign directly with an American label, EMI. Zwol continued on the circuit and formed The Rage which recorded one record, before taking an office job at Attic Records in the mid '80s.

4.   Colin James: Chicks n’ Cars - And The Third World War (C James / J Ferreira / D mayes / R Hopkins)
Colin James: Virgin Records VL3044
Regina SK
Colin James: guitar, vocal
Johnny Ferreira: sax
Darrell Mayes: drums
Rick Hopkins: keys
Dennis Marcenko: bass
Billy Cowsill: bg vocals
Bill Payne: piano
Produced by Danny Kortchmar 1988
Recorded by Shep Londsdale at The Complex, Los Angeles
Mastered by Greg Fulginiti at Artisan Sound Recorders

Colin James Munn, August 17, 1964 Regina, SK

He got his break opening for Stevie Ray Vaughan in Regina in 1984. Vaughan invited Colin to perform with him during the encore, and then join his tour as a permanent opening act.

5.   Dire Straits: Industrial Disease (Mark Knopfler)
Love Over Gold: Vertigo Records VOG-1-3317
London UK
Mark Knopfler: guitar, vocal
Hal Lindes: guitar
Alan Clark: keys
John Illsley: bass
Pick Withers: drums
Produced by Mark Knopfler 1982
Recorded by Neil Dorfswan and Barry Bonglovi at The Power Station, NYC
Mastered by Robert Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

To get the desired guitar sound – which is so distinctive on this song, Knopfler used an Erlewine Automatic on "Industrial Disease", known for its use of reverb.
6.   Crystal Gayle: River Road (Sylvia Tyson)
We Must Believe in Magic: United Artists Records LA771G
Wabash IN
Crystal Gayle: vocals
Charles Cochran, Bobby Wood or Hargus ‘Pig’ Robbins: piano
Jim Isbell, Gene Chrisman or Kenny Malone: drums
Joe Allen or Mike Leech: bass
Jim Colvard, Dave Kirby or Johnny Christopher: acoustic guitar
Jim Colvard, Reggie Young or Allen Reynolds: electric guitar
Lloyd Green: steel
Buddy Spicher: fiddle
Shane Keister: moog
Billy Puett: flute & clarinet
Sheldon Kurland, George Binkey, Carl Gorodetsky, Lenny Haight, Roy Christiansen, Marvin Chantry and Gary Vanosdale: strings
Produced by allen Reynolds 1977
Recorded at Jack's Tracks in Nashville by Garth Fundis

Crystal Gayle (born Brenda Gail Webb; January 9, 1951 Paintsville, Kentucky) is the youngest sister of Country star Loretta Lynn (b. 1932). Gayle became the first female artist in country music history to reach platinum sales, with her 1977 album We Must Believe in Magic. This song is perfect in every way: great writing, great production, great performance, great singing, great arrangement, and mood. Very inviting, like brown eyes singing in the rain.

We Must Believe in Magic went platinum in the US (1 million records sold) so by having her song involved in the album, Sylvia Tyson’s song earned her at least $91,000.

7.   Roger McGuinn: Better Change (Dan Fogelberg)
Peace On You: Columbia Records KC 32956
Los Angeles CA
Roger McGuinn: 12 string guitars, vocals
Russ Kunkel: drums
Lee Sklar: keys
Paul Harris: guitars
Dan Fogelberg: acoustic guitar
Mark Volman & Howard Kaylan: bg vocals
Produced by Bill & Suzanne Halverson 1974
Arranged and conducted by Al Kooper
Recorded at The Record Plant and Wally Heider’s, Los Angeles by Michael Verdick, Kurt Kinzel and Bill Dawes
Mastered by Artisan Sound Recorders

James Joseph McGuinn III b. July 13, 1942 (age 75) Chicago, Il

After graduation, McGuinn performed solo at various coffeehouses on the folk music circuit where he was hired as a sideman by the Limeliters, the Chad Mitchell Trio. He also played guitar and sang backup harmonies for Bobby Darin. During 1963, just one year before he co-founded The Byrds, McGuinn worked as a studio musician in New York, recording with Judy Collins and Simon & Garfunkel. Because of Beatlemania in 1964, he decided to put a folk music group together to play rock music: thus The Byrds. This is off Roger’s second solo album after leaving The Byrds.

Daniel Grayling Fogelberg (Aug 13, 1951 Peoria, IL – Dec 16, 2007 (aged 56) Deer Isle, MA) prostate cancer.

8.   Chris Hillman: She Don’t Care About Time (Gene Clark)
Bidin’ My Time: Rounder Records 1166100250
Los Angeles CA
Chris Hillman: lead vocal
Herb Pedersen: acoustic guitar, bg vocal
John Jorgenson: guitars
Benmont Tench: piano
Mark Fain: upright bass
Steve Ferrone: drums
Produced by Tom Petty 2017
Recorded by Ryan Ulyate at The Clubhouse, LA; Shorline Recorders, Malibou
Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Christopher Hillman b December 4, 1944 (age 72) Los Angeles
This is off the brand new release Bidin’ My Time which has received excellent reviews. Indeed, my wife and I totally agree with that assessment. Though not on this song, the album also features ex-Byrds Roger McGuinn and David Crosby. This is Hillman’s first solo recording since 2005.

He first started out playing in The Scottsville Squirrel Barkers, then The Hillmen before embarking (as a bass player) for The Byrds beginning in 1964. In 1969 he was a founding member of The Flying Burrito Brothers along with Gram Parsons. After that he played with Steve Stills in Manassas, the Souther–Hillman–Furay Band and the Desert Rose Band.

9.   Dave Clark Five: Any Way You Want It (Dave Clark)
Across Canada: Capitol "6000" Series - T 6103
London UK
Dave Clark, Drums
Michael Smith, keys
Dennis Payton, sax
Lenny Davidson, guitar
Rick Huxley, bass
Produced by Adrian Clark - 1964
Canadian Production: Paul White January 11, 1965

In the US the album was called Coast to Coast with the Dave Clark Five.

10. Cheech And Chong: Turn That Thing Down (Thomas Chong / Richard Marin / Gaye Delorme)
45 single bw Earache My Eye: Ode Records 66-101-S
Vancouver BC
Thomas Chong
Richard ‘Cheech’ Marin
Gaye Delorme: guitar
Produced by Lou Adler 1974
Recorded by Norm Kinney

Richard Anthony Marin b. July 13, 1946 (age 71) Los Angeles
Thomas B. Kin Chong May 24, 1938 (age 79) Edmonton, AB

The duo met in Vancouver, British Columbia in the late 1960s. Chong was a Canadian citizen, and Cheech had moved there from Southern California to avoid the draft.

11. The Clash: London Calling (Joe Strummer / Mick Jones)
London Calling: Columbia Records 88875112701
London UK
Mick Jones: guitar, vocal
Joe Strummer: rhythm guitar, vocal
Paul Simonen: bass, vocal
Topper Headon: drums
Produced by Guy Stevens 1979
Recorded by Bill Price and Jerry Green at Wessex Studios, London
Remastered by Tim Young and The Clash at Metroplois 2013

London Calling is the third studio album by The Clash. The title alludes to the BBC World Service's station identification: "This is London calling ...", which was used during World War II, often in broadcasts to occupied countries. Joe Strummer has said: "We felt that we were struggling about to slip down a slope or something, grasping with our fingernails. And there was no one there to help us. The song was used in the 2002 James Bond film Die Another Day. Joe Strummer later became a DJ for the BBC World Service, on a program called "Joe Strummer's London Calling". The song was performed live twice by Bob Dylan during his November 2005 residency at London's Brixton Academy

12. Eddie Cochran: Twenty Flight Rock (Eddie Cochran / Ned Fairchild)
45 single bw Cradle Baby: Liberty Records F-55112
Albert Lea, MN
Eddie Cochran: vocal
Johnny Moon Orchestra
Produced by Simon Jackson 1957
Recorded May/August 1957, Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles

Edward Raymond Cochran b. October 3, 1938 Albert Lea, MN – d. April 17, 1960 (aged 21) Bath UK.

On Saturday, April 16, 1960, at about 11.50 p.m., while on tour in the United Kingdom, 21-year-old Cochran was involved in a traffic accident in a taxi. The speeding taxi blew a tire, the driver lost control, and the vehicle crashed into a lamppost. He died of severe head injuries at 4:10 p.m. the following day. David Harman, a police cadet at the station, who would later become known as Dave Dee of the band Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich, taught himself to play guitar on Cochran's impounded Gretsch.

"Twenty Flight Rock" is a song originally performed by Eddie Cochran in the 1956 film comedy The Girl Can't Help It. The barely 15-year-old Paul McCartney used "Twenty Flight Rock" as his first song when he auditioned for John Lennon on July 6, 1957.

13. Sounds Incorporated: The Sparton (Stanford)
Sounds Incorporated: Capitol Records Canada 6000 Series: T6134
Dartford, Kent UK
Alan "Boots" Holmes: baritone sax/tenor saxophone/flute
"Major" Griff West: tenor saxophone/flute
Barrie Cameron: organ/baritone saxophone
John St. John: lead guitar
Wes Hunter: bass
Tony Newman: drums
Trevor White: vocals/keyboard/piano/drums
Terry Fogg: drums/percussion
Produced in Canada by Paul White August 1964

Sounds Incorporated formed in early 1961. Sounds Incorporated won the opportunity to back Gene Vincent on his British tour and on recordings in London. This led to further opportunities to back other visiting American artists, including Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Brenda Lee and Sam Cooke. While performing in Hamburg in Germany, they met and befriended the Beatles and in 1963 signed to Brian Epstein's management company, NEMS. The band's first two singles on new label Columbia, "The Spartans" and "Spanish Harlem", made the UK Singles Chart in 1964, were the only successes that Sounds Incorporated enjoyed in their home country. That same year they became Cilla Black's backing band, and released their first album called Sounds Incorporated.

The group toured the world as the Beatles' opening act in 1965. The Beatles invited Cameron, Holmes and West to be the saxophone section on their track "Good Morning Good Morning", from the album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Hour Two

1.   The Ceedees: Hook Me In (Curtis Driedger)
Ceedees: Freedom Records FR-EP-005
Peterborough ON
Curtis Driedger: vocals, everything else but bass & drums
Merrie-Ellen Wilcox: bass
Nick Kent: drums
Produced by Steve Webster 1986
Recorded by Dave Bottril at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON and Comfort Sound, Toronto
Mixed at CFTO-TV Studios, Agincourt ON

They only recorded 1 album (in 1980) and then there was this EP from 1986. Drummer Nick Kent went to play with Martha & The Muffins after this. Curtis Deiedger is currently the conductor of The Mandolin Society of Peterborough.

2.   Robert Knight: Everlasting Love (Buzz Cason / Mac Gayden)
45 single bw Somebody’s Baby: Rising Sons Records RS45-705
Franklin TN
Robert Knight: vocals
Kenny Buttry: drums
Norbert Putnam: bass
Charlie McCoy: guitar
Mac Gayden: Farfisa organ (strings), guitar
Buzz Cason and Carol Montgomery: bg vocals
Produced by Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden 1967
Recorded at Fred Foster Sound Studio in Nashville

Robert Peebles b. April 24, 1945 Franklin, TN – d. November 5, 2017 (aged 72)

Knight made his professional vocal debut with the Paramounts, a quintet consisting of school friends. Signed to Dot Records in 1960, they recorded "Free Me" in 1961, which was their first hit. In 1967, after Knight was seen performing with the Fairlanes in Nashville he was visited by songwriters Buzz Cason and Mac Gayden who recruited Knight to record their song “Everlasting Love”. This was Cason and Gayden’s biggest selling song.

James E. "Buzz" Cason (born November 27, 1939 in Nashville, TN) was a founding members of The Casuals, Nashville's first rock and roll band. His first major songwriting credit is interesting: His 1962 song, "Soldier of Love" - a co-write - was covered by The Beatles, Live at the BBC. Cason was amazed to find that The Beatles had actually covered the song since Live at the BBC sessions wasn’t released until 1994! 32 years later.
3.   Mose Allison: Parchman Farm (Bukka White / Mose Allison)
45 single bw Don't Get Around Much Anymore: Prestige Records 45-130
Tippo, Mississippi
Mose Allison - piano, trumpet on 6, vocals
Addison Farmer - bass
Nick Stabulas - drums
Produced by Bob Weinstock 1957

Mose John Allison Jr. (November 11, 1927 – November 15, 2016)

A white man from Mississippi who could really play the blues!

Originally recorded by Bukka White 1940. Allison put newer lyrics to it. A variety of artists have recorded Allison's "Parchman Farm", including Blue Cheer (as "Parchment Farm"), Blues Project, Blues Image, Cactus, David Clayton-Thomas, the Charlie Daniels Band (as "Parchmont Farm"), Dead Moon, Rick Derringer, Georgie Fame, Bobbie Gentry, Hot Tuna, the Kingston Trio, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, and Johnny Winter.

Other Mose Allison songs that influenced the younger generation of rock players: The Who (who made "Young Man Blues" a staple of their live performances); The Yardbirds recorded his song "I'm Not Talking". Manfred Mann also recorded a version of it for the BBC. His song "Look Here" was covered by the Clash on their album Sandinista!

4.   Jimmy Bowskill Band: Little Bird (Jimmy Bowskill)
Back Number: Ruf Records RUF 2008
Toronto ON
Jimmy Bowskill: guitar, piano, trumpet, vocals
Ian McKeown: bass, trombone, vocals
Dan Reiff: drums, vocals
Produced & mixed by Brian Moncarz and the Jimmy Bowskill Band 2013
Recorded by Wayne Cochrane & Kevin Dietz at Metalworks Studios, Toronto & Rattlebox North
Mastered by Joe Lambert at Joe Lambert Mastering, Brookly NY

Jimmy Bowskill b. Bailieboro ON Sept 16, 1990

first played on stage at the age of eleven at Jeff Healey's club in Toronto
Recorded his first LP at age 13.
2005 won Maple Blues Award as "Best New Artist of the Year
In November 2015, Bowskill joined Canadian rock band The Sheepdogs playing lead, rhythm and pedal steel guitar.

5.   Cano: Sometimes The Blues (R Paiement / D Burt)
Spirit of the North: A&M Records SP 9040
Sudbury ON
Marcel Aymar - lead vocals, acoustic guitar
David C. Burt - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Michel Dasti - drums, percussion
John Doerr - bass, trombone
Michael Kendel - vocals, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, electric guitar
Wasyl Kohut - violins
Rachel Paiement - lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Produced by Luc Cousineau and John Red Mitchell 1980
Recorded by Hayward Parrott at various locations around Toronto
Mastered by George Graves at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto

CANO evolved out of the Sudbury based ‘Coopérative des artistes du Nouvel-Ontario’.  They performed in both official languages. The band was formed in the fall of 1975. Spirit of the North, a compilation issued in 1980, traced CANO's integration of pop, rock and jazz influences into what was originally a folk-based style. Other well known musicians who have played or recorded with CANO include Ben Mink (who replaced Wasyl Kohut who passed away), Kim Deschamps (who played with Cowboy Junkies); percussionist Matt Zimbel (Manteca). Various members of the co-operative band backed Daisy deBolt on some of her late 1970s and early 80s albums when she was living in Sudbury.

RIP Penti ‘Whitey’ Glan (July 8, 1946 – November 7, 2017): Canadian Rock Drummer

He was born in Finland and immigrated to Canada when he was still quite young. Got into his first Toronto group The Rogues (Mandala) around 1965. He went on to play with Alice Cooper and Lou Reed in the latter half of the 1970s.
He played on the following records:

6.   Bush: The Grand Commander (R Kenner / D Troiano)
Bush: Freedom Records – FR-009
Toronto ON
Roy Kenner: vocals
Domenic Troiano: guitar
Penti 'Whitey' Glan: drums
Prakash John: bass
Produced by Reb Foster with Tim Alvarado - 1970
Recorded by Rik Pekkonen & Larry Cox at Wally Heider's Studio Three
Rereleased on Freedom Records 1981
Originally released on ABC Dunhill Records - DS 50086

Morphing out of The Mandala, Bush lived and worked in Arizona for a while, recording for ABC Paramount Records. However, after their only album came out, it was unsupported by the record company who had changed A&R men; with a limited run, very few of the albums sold. They did get to tour with label mates Steppenwolf and Three Dog Night. A year later, Troiano and Kenner joined The James Gang (to replace Joe Walsh) and Glan and John were recruited as the new rhythm section behind Lou Reed.

7.   Bill King: Blue Skies, Blue Skies (Bill King)
Dixie Peach: Capitol Records Canada – ST 6422
Toronto ON
Bill King: vocal, keys
Penti Glan: drums
George Phillips: bass, percussion
Kelly Baldwin: sax
Ginny Grant: vocal
Jake Thomas: electric guitar
Produced by Bill King – 1974
Recorded by Terry Brown at Toronto Sound Studios, Feb 74
Mastered by Doug Sax at Mastering Lab, Los Angeles

8.   Mandala: Mellow Carmello Palumbo (Domenic Troiano)
45 single bw Love-itis: Atlantic Records AT 2512
Toronto, ON
Domenic Troiano   guitar
Roy Kenner: vocals
Penti 'Whitey' Glan drums
Don Elliot bass
Hugh Sullivan or Henri Babraj:  keys
Produced by Domenic Troiano - 1968
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto

This was Glan’s first bigtime band. Morphing out of The Rogues, Mandala were sent quickly into the limelight, releasing an incredible album of songs and two top ten hits: Opportunity and Love-itis. By 1969 Mandala were floundering and that’s when Glan, along with bandmates Domenic Troiano, Roy Kenner and Prakesh John moved to the Unites States and changed their name to Bush.

9.   Jack Tobi: Rock In The Dark (Jack Tobi)
Free AT Last: CBC Records LM 457
Toronto ON
Whitey Glan: drums
Prakash John: bass
Bob Mann: guitars
Bert Hermiston: sax
Marc Jordan, Peter Mann: bg vocal
Produced by John Capek 1978
Recorded by David Dobbs and Larry Morey at CBC Studios, Toronto

His first album was under his real name: Jack Schechtman - From Soup To Nuts used to be a regular guest on CBC radios Finklemans 45s.  He is now a rabbi living in Vail Colorado

10. Priviledge: Strangers From A Strange Land (Bob Ruzicka)
Canata Canada - Part One: Century II Records (Capitol Canada) SPAL 17000
Edmonton AB
Andy Krawchuk (guitar)
Harry Krawchuk (bass)
Mel Degan (vocals)
Gerry Dere (organ)
Al McGee (piano)
Whitey Glan (drums)
Produced by Doug Hutton 1973

Privilege started their career in the late '60's as The Lords before changing their name and releasing several singles on Capitol Records. Canada Canada was a rock musical about the people, places and times of Canada. They would only record one more album in 1978 before splitting up.

11. David Wilcox: The Grind (David Wilcox)
Bad Reputation: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series ST 6503
Toronto ON
David Wilcox: lead vocal, mandolin, Percussion, kazoo, guitars
Stan Szelest: keys
Kit Johnson: bass
Whitey Glan: drums
David Rose: bg vocals
Produced by Sadia 1984
Recorded by Ed Stone & Jon Mathias & Noel Golden at Metalworks Studio, Toronto
Mastered at Sterling Sound by Ted Jensen, NYC

12. Domenic Troiano: I Just Lost A Friend (D. Troiano)
Domenic Troiano: Mercury Records - 0598
Toronto, ON
Domenic Troiano: guitar, vocal
Penti Glan: drums
Hugh Sullivan: keys
Prakash John: bass
William Smith: organ
Shawn Jackson: bg vocal
Roy Kenner: percussion, bg vocal
Tessie Calderone: congas, percussion
Bunk Gardner: sax
Buzz Gardner: trumpet
Red Rhodes: steel
Jay Cantrelli: tenor sax
Lonnie Shetter: clarinet, baritone sax
Produced by Domenic Troiano & Kieth Olsen - 1972
Recorded by Keith Olsen at Sound City Studios, Los Angeles

13. Plaid: Melifer (Plaid) 2016
The Digging Remedy: Warp Records – LP277B
London UK
Andy Turner and Ed Handley: electronics
Benet Walsh: flute, guitar
Produced by Plaid 2016
Mastered by Noel Summerville

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