33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#225
May 28, 2018

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A Perfect Day
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Hour One

1.   Bill Brufordís Earthworks: My Heart Declares A Holiday 1987
2.   Kensington Market: Cartoon (G Martynec / B Finkelstein) 1969 *
3.   King Crimson: Heartbeat (Adrian Belew / King Crimson) 1982
4.   Alan Parsons Project: Breakdown  (Eric Woolfson / Alan Parsons) 1977
5.   The Who: Armenia City In The Sky (Pete Townsend) 1968
6.   The James Gang: Funk #49 (Jim Fox / Dale Peters / Joe Walsh) 1970
7.   Klaatu: Anus From Uranus (Klaatu) 1976 *
8.   Ashes In The Morning: Baby Lemonade (Syd Barrett) 1987
9.   Simon Caine: Scarlet Skies (Simon Caine) 1970 *
10. Captain Beefheart and His Magical Band: The Floppy Boot Stomp (Don Van Vliet) 1978
11. Gene Clark: Silver Raven (Gene Clark) 1974
12. The Flying Burrito Brothers: Six Days On The Road (C Montgomery / E Green) 1972

Hour Two

1.   Tiny Tim: Tiptoe Through The Tulips (Al Dubin / Joe Burke)  1968
2.   Finniganís Tongue: Blackfly (Wade Hemsworth / Finniganís Tongue) 1995 *
3.   The Kidds: Children In Love (Hank Zablocki) 1967 *
4.   Souls of Inspyration: Pursuit 1970 *
5.   Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Drive Back (Neil Young) 1975 *
6.   TNT: Lonesome Road (Neil Bishop  Claude Caines) 1977 *
7.   Scott B Sympathy: Mohawk Road (Scott Bradshaw) 1990 *
8.   Sultans of String: Road To Kfarmishki (C McKhool - K Laliberte) 2017 *
9.   The Sattalites: Perfect Day (F Hambleton) 1988 *
10. Muddy Waters: Iím Ready (Willie Dixon) 1965
11. Rory Gallagher: We We Baby (R Gallagher) 1975
12. Junior Wells and Buddy Guy: I Donít Know (Willie Mabon) 1972
13. The Sunparlour Players: Almanac 2014 *

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And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Bill Brufordís Earthworks: My Heart Declares A Holiday (Bill Bruford / Iain Bellamy / Django Bates)
Earthworks: EG Records EGED 48
London UK
Bill Bruford: drums
Iain Bellamy: sax
Django Bates: keys, horns
Mick Hutton: bass
Produced by Dave Stewart and Bill Bruford, 1987
Recorded by Martin Rex at Terminal 24 Studios, London, October 1986
Mixed by Owen Morris and Jim Abbiss at Spaceward Studios, Cambridge UK

William Scott Bruford (b. Sevenoaks Kent, May 17, 1949)

Original drummer of Yes (1968 Ė 72). Better known for his playing with King Crimson. Heís currently one of four drummers playing with the band. He also performed with Gong, UK and Earthworks.

2.   Kensington Market: Cartoon (G Martynec / B Finkelstein) 1969 *
Aardvark: Warner Brothers WS-1790
Toronto ON
Alex Darou - bass
Jimmy Watson - drums
Gene Martynec keys, guitar, vocals
Keith McKie guitar, vocal
Luke Gibson guitar, vocal
John Mills-Cockell - moog
Produced by Felix Pappalardi - 1969
Remastered by Ted Carson at MusicLane Mastering

Eugene "Gene" Martynec (born 28 March 1947)

A guitarist in Toronto group Bobby Kris & The Imperials in August 1965. He left the group in May 1967 to form Kensington Market. He played acoustic guitar, bass and synthesizer on Lou Reed's 1973 album Berlin. As a record producer, he won the Juno Award for Producer of the Year in 1981 for his work on Bruce Cockburn's "Tokyo" and Rough Trade's "High School Confidential".

3.   King Crimson: Heartbeat (Adrian Belew / King Crimson)
Beat: Warner Bros 92 36921
London UK
Adrian Belew, guitar, vocals
Robert Fripp, organ, guitar, Frippertronics
Tony Levin, stick bss, guitar
Bill Bruford, drums
Produced by Rhett Davies 1982
Released June 18, 1982

4.   Alan Parsons Project: Breakdown (Eric Woolfson / Alan Parsons)
I Robot: Arista Records AL 7002
London UK
David Paton: bass
Stuart Tosh: percussion, drums
Ian Bairnson: electric guitars
Ian Bairnson, David Paton, Alan Parsons: acoustic guitars
Orchestra and Choir arranged and conducted by AndrewPowell
Eric Woolfson, Duncan MacKay, Alan Parsons: keys
BJ Cold: steel
Eric Woolfson, Alan Parsons: Projectron and Vocoder
John Leach: Cimbalom and Kantele
Allan Clarke, Steve Harley, Jack Harris, Peter Straker, Jaki Whitren, Dave Townsend, Lenny Zakater: vocals
Hilary Western, Smokey Parsons, David Paton, Stuart Tosh, Ian Bairnson, Tony Rivers, John Perry, Stuart Calver, Eric Woolfson, Alan Parsons: additional vocals
Produced by Alan Parsons 1977
Recorded by Alan Parsons with Pat Stapley & Chris Blair at Abby Road Studios, December 1976 March 1977
Mastered by Chris Blair

5.   The Who: Armenia City In The Sky (Speedy Keen)
The Who Sell Out: MCA Records MCA2-2067
London UK
Roger Daltrey - lead vocals
Pete Townshend - guitar, backing and lead vocals
John Entwistle - bass, backing and lead vocals
Keith Moon - drums
Al Kooper - keyboards
Produced by Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, 1968
Album Recorded at IBC Studios, Pye Studios, De Lane Lea Studios, CBS Studios, and Kingsway Studios in London; Talentmasters Studios in New York; Gold Star Studios in Los Angeles

John David Percy "Speedy" Keen, was a songwriter, vocalist, drummer and keyboard player, best known for his association with the rock band Thunderclap Newman. He wrote "Something in the Air" (1969) for the band, which reached No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart

6.   The James Gang: Funk #49 (Jim Fox / Dale Peters / Joe Walsh)
Rides Again: ABC / Dunhill Records ABC S-711
Cleveland OH
Joe Walsh, guitars, keys, vocals
Jim Fox, drums
Dale Peters, bass
Produced by Bill Szymczyk 1970
Recorded by Bill Szymczyk, Llyllianne Duma, MJike Stone, Stan Agol @ The Record Plant, NYC
Mastered at Artisan Sound Recorders

7.   Klaatu: Anus From Uranus (Klaatu)
3:47 E.S.T.: Daffodil Records 9216-10054
Toronto ON
John Woloschuk: Vocals, Bass & Acoustic Guitars, Keyboards
Dee Long: Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Terry Draper: Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Produced by Terry Brown & Klaatu - 1976
Recorded & engineered by Steve Vaughan & Terry Brown
Released: August 11, 1976

8.   The Ashes In The Morning: Baby Lemonade (Syd Barrett)
Beyond The Wildwood: A Tribute To Syd Barrett: Illusion Records 001
US
Nick Halliwell: vocal, guitar, organ, bass
Ali Butt: vocal, tambourine
Terry Moore: drums
Warren Brandt, Michael Windsor: backward guitars
Ray D Antsun: backward organ
Compilation Produced by Alan Duffy, 1987

9.   Simon Caine: Scarlet Skies (Simon Caine)
Simon Caine: RCA Victor - LSP 4410
Toronto ON
Pat Godfrey piano
Bruce Pennycook winds
Dennis Pendrith bass
Bill Palmer guitar
John Savage drums
Simon Caine (Peter Shields) - vocals
Produced by George Semkiw - 1970
Recorded by George Semkiw at RCA Recording Studios, Toronto

10. Captain Beefheart and His Magical Band: The Floppy Boot Stomp (Don Van Vliet)
Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller): Warner Bros BSK 3256
Los Angeles CA
Don Van Vliet: vocal, harmonica, soprano sax
Jeff Morris Tepper: slide guitar
Bruce Lambourne Fowler: trombone
Eric Drew Feldman: synths, keys, bass
Richard Redus: guitars, accordion, fretless bass
Robert Arthur Williams: drums
Art Tripp III: marimba, percussion
Produced by Don Van Vliet and Pete Johnson 1978
Recorded by Glen Kolotkin at The Automatt, San Francisco
Mixed at Wally Heider Recording, SF

Don Van Vliet January 15, 1941 Glendale CA Ė December 17, 2010 Arcata CA)

Shiny Beast, Beefheartís 10th album with The Magic Band, emerged from the production difficulties surrounding Bat Chain Puller, an album Beefheart recorded for DiscReet and Virgin Records in 1976. DiscReet cofounders Herb Cohen and Frank Zappa feuded over the production of the album, because Cohen funded the production with Zappa's royalty checks.

Captain Beefheart recorded a new album, Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller), due to Zappa withholding the master tapes of the original Bat Chain Puller album. Shiny Beast was praised by music critics.

11. Gene Clark: Silver Raven (Gene Clark)
No Other: Asylum 7E 1016
Sherman Oaks, CA
Gene Clark - guitar, vocals
Chris Hillman - mandolin
Jesse Ed Davis - guitar
Stephen Bruton - guitar
Bill Cuomo - organ
Craig Doerge - keyboards
Howard "Buzz" Feiten - guitar
Danny Kortchmar - guitar
Russ Kunkel - drums
Joe Lala Ė percussion
Ted Machell - cello
Jerry McGee - guitar
Lee Sklar - bass
Butch Trucks - drums
Michael Utley - keyboards
Richard Greene, Beryl Marriott - violin
Sherlie Matthews, Cindy Bullens, Ronnie Barron, Clydie King, Claudia Lennear, Venetta Fields, Timothy B. Schmit, Carlena Williams - background vocals
Produced by Thomas Jefferson Kaye, 1974
Recorded at The Village Recorder, West Los Angeles

Harold Eugene "Gene" Clark (b Tipton, Missouri, November 17, 1944 Ė d May 24, 1991, aged 46, Sherman Oaks, Ca)

Began playing in a folk group called Surf Riders in Missouri when discovered and recruited to join the New Christie Minstrels in 1963. A year later, inspired by The Beatles, he moved to LA and met Roger (then Jim) McGuinn and they decided to form a new band, to be called The Byrds. Bassist Chris Hillman has said that it was Clark, the songwriter, who inspired The Byrds. He was also the first original member to leave the band.

12. The Flying Burrito Brothers: Six Days On The Road (C Montgomery / E Green)
The Last of the Red Hot Burritos: A&M Records SP 4343
Los Angeles CA
Chris Hillman: vocals, bass, mandolin
Rick Roberts: vocals, rhythm guitar
Al Perkins: pedal steel guitar, lead electric guitar
Kenny Wertz: vocals, guitar, banjo
Michael Clarke: drums
Bernie Leadon (possible): guitar (overdubbed)
Produced by Jim Dickson 1972
Recorded by Ed Kramer for Electric Lady Studio

First released in 1963, the song became a major hit for Dave Dudley that year and is often hailed as the definitive celebration of the American truck driver. The Flying Burrito Brothers are shown performing the song live at Altamont in the movie, "Gimme Shelter"

Hour Two

1.   Tiny Tim: Tiptoe Through The Tulips (Al Dubin / Joe Burke)
God Bless Tiny Tim: Reprise RS 6292
New York City
Herbert Khaury, vocal & ukulele
Produced by Richard Perry - 1968
Recorded by Ami Hadani & Jack Hunt

(born Herbert Khaury; April 12, 1932  November 30, 1996)

Song first published in 1929 and used in The Gold Diggers of Broadway.

2.   Finniganís Tongue: Blackfly (Wade Hemsworth / Finniganís Tongue)
Howl: Ubique Records FTH0195
Waterloo ON
John Pierce: vocal, harmonica, penny whistle, kazoo
Tommy Stinson: bass
Michael Torreiter: guitar
Mike Wert: acoustic guitar
Garth Wittich: drums
Produced by Steve Wilson, Ron Chilton and Finniganís Tongue, 1995
Recorded at The Orange Room, Fergus ON by Ron Chilton & Steve Wilson

Heavy Metal folk band from Waterloo ON Ė together in the 90s. Put out on Cassette tape only.

3.   The Kidds: Children In Love (Hank Zablocki)
45 single bw You Were Wrong: Nestor Records JN-0100
St. Catherines ON
Roy Dickinson: vocal
Mark Campbell: lead guitar
Wayne Lawryk: bass
Henry Zablocki: guitar
Glen Grotto: drums
Produced by Sandy Gardiner, 1967
Recorded by Ivan and Phil Bradley

The original line-up consisted of young members of The British Modbeats's road crew, who Fraser Loveman, their vocalist, would refer to as kids. When they decided to form their own band, they called themselves The Kidds. The Kidds got toether circa spring 1965 and lasted until June 1969.

Producer, Sandy Gardiner, was an Ottawa journalist who was quoted on the front cover of Beatlemania With The Beatles, only released in Canada in November, 1963.

4.   Souls of Inspyration: Pursuit (Mark Paradis / John Maciejewski)
45 single b/w Eyes of Nature: Barry Records 3524X
Red Lake ON
Raymond Cloutier: keys, vocals
John Maciejewski: lead vocal, lead guitar
Mark Paradis: drums, vocals
Don Wilson: bass
Produced by Don Grashey, 1970

5.   Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Drive Back (Neil Young)
Zuma: Reprise MS 2242
Toronto / Winnipeg / California
Neil Young: guitar, vocals
Frank Sampedro: guitar
Billy Talbot: bass
Ralph Molina: drums
Produced by Neil Young & David Briggs - 1975

6.   TNT: Lonesome Road (Niel Bishop  Claude Caines)
TNT:  Quay CS 7801
Stephenville, NL
Elaine Kilpatrick, vocals
Neil Bishop, guitar
Ted MacNeil, drums
Denis Parker, guitar
Claude Caines, bass
Brian Murphy, keys
Produced by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines - 1977
Recorded at Clode Sound, Stephenville
mailto:claudecaines@gmail.com
mailto:nbishop@nf.sympatico.ca

7.   Scott B Sympathy: Mohawk Road (Scott Bradshaw)
Neil Yonge Street: Smokeshow Records  SMOKE ONE
Toronto ON
John Borra: bass
Terry Carter: drums
Ian Blurton: electric guitar
Gord Cumming: slide, vocal coach
Scott B: acoustic guitar, vocal
Ed Block: mandolin
Produced by Walter N Sobczak* & Scott B  1990
Recorded by Walter N Sobczak at Wellesley Sound, Toronto

*I don't believe he's the same guy that John Goodman played in Big Lebowski. The movie came out in 97 and this came out in 90 so...

8.   Sultans of String: Road To Kfarmishki (C McKhool - K Laliberte)
Ten Years Of Music: Fiddlefire Records MKC 2070
Toronto ON
Chris McKhool: violin
Kevin Laliberte: guitar
Eddie Paton: guitar
Drew Birston: bass
Rosendo Leon: drums, percussion
E Tollar: sax
Compilation produced by Chris McKhool 2017
Originally Produced by Chris McKhool - 2011
Recorded by Jeremy Darby at The Canterbury Music, Toronto
Mixed by George Seara at Manic Sound, Toronto
Edited for Vinyl by John ďBeetleĒ Bailey at The Drive Shed Recording Studios, Toronto
Mastered by Peter Letros at Wreckhouse Mastering and Paul Gold at Salt Mastering
http://www.sultansofstring.com

9.   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

10. Muddy Waters: Iím 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)
The Iím Ready Album won a Grammy Award in 1978

11. Rory Gallagher: We We Baby (R Gallagher)
En El PrincipioÖRory Gallagher: Decca (Spain) CPS 9383
Ballyshannon IR
Rory Gallagher: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Eric Kitteringham: bass
Norman Damery: drums
Produced by Mervyn Solomon, 1975

12. Junior Wells and Buddy Guy: I Donít Know (Willie Mabon) 1972
Play The Blues: Atco Records SD 33-364
Lettsworth LA / Memphis TN
Buddy Guy: guitar
Junior Wells: harmonica, vocals
Eric Clapton: rhythm guitar, bottleneck
A.C. Reed: tenor sax
Mike Utley: keys
Leroy Stewart: bass
Roosevelt Shaw: drums
Produced by Eric Clapton, Ahmet Ertgun & Tom Dowd 1972
Recorded by Ron Albert at Criteria Studios, Miami FL

Buddy Guy b. July 30, 1936 (age 79) Lettsworth, Louisiana,
Amos Wells Blakemore Jr b. December 9, 1934 Memphis d. Chicago Jan 15, 1998

13. The Sunparlour Players: Almanac (Andrew Penner / Sunparlour Players)
The Living Proof: Sunparlour Players SPP004
Toronto ON
Andrew Penner: vocals, guitars, banjo, bass, vibes, keys, percussion etc
Michael Rosenthal: drums
Chris Stringer: synths, ukulele, guitars
Hugh Oliver: recipe reading
Nadia Baer: trumpet
Produced by Chris Stringer & Sunparlour Players - 2014
Recorded by Chris Stringer & John Dinsmore at The Lincoln County Social Club
Mixed by Chris Stringer
Mastered by Fedge
http://www.sunparlourplayers.com



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