33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
August 6, 2018

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Raiding Dante's Records
Guest: Dante Berardi Jr
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Hour One

1.   Broncho: All Time (Broncho) 2016
2.   Andy Shauf: The Magician (Andy Shauf) 2016 *
3.   Sun Stone Revolvers: Fire (Systolic Sun) (Revolvers) 2010 *
4.   The Who: The Good’s Gone (Pete Townsend) 1966
5.   Royal Canoe: Shoe Me Your Eyes (Royal Canoe) 2015 *
6.   Sinkane: Warm Spell (Ahmed Abullahi Gallab) 2012
7.   Dutch Mason Trio: Boss Man (uncredited) 1971 *
8.   Little Walter: One More Chance With You (Walter Jacobs) 1956
9.   Rolling Stones: Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’ (Jagger / Richard) 1971
10. Father John Misty: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings (John Misty) 2012
11. Neil Young: Unknown Legend (Neil Young) 1992 *
12. Valdy: Rock And Roll Song (Valdy) 1972 *
13. Leon Redbone: Diamonds Don’t Mean A Thing (Shadrick Smith) 1986 *
14. The Oscar Peterson Trio: I Get A Kick Out Of You (Cole Porter) 1959 *

Hour Two

1.   M. Ward: Eyes On The Prize (M Ward) 2006
2,   Iron And Wine: Woman King (Sam Beam) 2005
3.   Timber Timber: Curtains?! (Simone Schmidt) 2014 *
4.   The War On Drugs: Under The Pressure (Adam Granduciel) 2014
5.   Patrick Watson: Beijing (Patrick Watson) 2009 *
6.   Junip: In Every Direction (Junip) 2010
7.   Dan Mangan and Blacksmith: Vessel (Dan Mangan and Blacksmith) 2015 *
8.   Mac Demarco: Salad Days (Mac Demarco) 2014 *
9.   Bahamas Barchords: Your Sweet Touch (Afie Jurvanen) 2012 *
10. Sibylle Baier: Tonight (Sibylle Baier) 2006
11. Colter Wall: Thirteen Silver Dollars (Colter Wall) 2017 *
12. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Bud The Spud (TC Connors) 1969 *
13. Bobby Curtola: Johnny Take Your Time (Bobby Curtola) 1977 *

CanCon* = 57%

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.  Broncho: All Time (Broncho)
Double Vanity: Dine Alone Records DAV 149
Norman, Oklahoma
Ryan Lindsey: guitar, vocal
Benjamin King: guitar
Nathan Price: drums
Penny Pitchlynn: bass
Produced by Broncho, Chad Copelin and Jarod Evans, 2016
Recorded and Mixed by Chad Copelin and Jarod Evans at Blackwatch Studio, Norman, Oklahoma
Mastered by Dave Cooley
Art and Design by Dennis Schmickle

2.   Andy Shauf: The Magician (Andy Shauf)
The Party: A&C Records AUC117
Regina SK
Colin Neelis: strings
Andy Shauf: all other instruments, vocals
Produced by Andy Shauf, 2016
Recorded by Andy Shauf at Studio One, Regina
Mixed by Nesh Georgeson at Banner Mountain Studios, Los Angeles
Mastered by Philip Shaw Bova at Bova Lab, Ottawa
Illistrations: Meghan Fenske

Andy Shauf born in Estevan, Saskatchewan

He used a band on the demos for this album but for some reason ended up playing almost all of the instruments on the album himself. His song "Wendell Walker" from The Bearer of Bad News was shortlisted for the 2016 SOCAN Songwriting Prize, and his latest album, The Party, was a shortlisted finalist for the 2016 Polaris Music Prize.

3.   Revolvers: Fire (Systolic Sun) (Revolvers)
Apolcalypse Surfin’: Optical Sounds 8 84502 35386
Sebastian Diaz-Molaro
Lavien Lee
John McKinnon
Produced by Revolvers, 2010

4.   The Who: The Good’s Gone (Pete Townsend) 1965
My Generation: Brunswick Records / Polydor 5372747
London UK
Roger Daltry: vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle: bass, bg vocal
Keith Moon: drums, percussion
Pete Townsend: guitars, vocals
Nicky Hopkins: piano
Produced by Shel Talmy, 1966
Recorded by Glyn Johns at IBC Studios, London, Apr 1965 – Jan 1966
Remastered by Jon Astley at Close To The Edge, 2016

5.   Royal Canoe: Show Me Your Eyes (Royal Canoe)
Today We’re Believers: Roll Call Records
Winnipeg Mantitoba
Matt Peters - Vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
Bucky Driedger - Electric guitar, vocals
Matt Schellenberg - Keyboards, vocals
Brendan Berg - Bass, keyboard, vocals
Derek Allard - Drum kit
Michael Jordan - Electronic drums
Dan Ardies: baritone sax
Prodcued by Royal Canoe and John Paul Peters, 2015
Recorded and mixed by John Paul Peters, Matt Peters and Royal Canoe at Private Ear Recording and The Shithole, Winnipeg
Mastered by Joao Carvalho at Joao Carvalho Mastering, Toronto

6.   Sinkane: Warm Spell (Ahmed Abullahi Gallab)
Mars: Ind.
Brooklyn NY
John Paul Frank: bass
Jason Trammell: drums, percussion
Ahmed Abdullahi Gallab: all other instruments, vocals
Produced by Ahmed and Greg Lofaro, 2012
Mixed by Albert Di Fiore at The Rumpus Room
Mastered by Stephanie Villa at Marsh Mastering

Sinkane b Sudan, came to US as a lad, brought up in Ohio.

7.   Dutch Mason Trio: Boss Man (uncredited)
At The Candlelight: Paragon Records ALS 263
Lunenburg NS
Dutch Mason: piano, guitar, vocals
Ronnie Miller: bass
Ken Clattenburg: drums
Produced by Bill Fisher - 1971
Recorded by Jack Hutchinson
Mixed by Bill Bessey
Cover: Jarvis Darville

Dutch Mason (19 February 1938 d. Truro NS 23 December 2006)

8.   Little Walter: One More Chance With You (Walter Jacobs)
Confessin’ The Blues: Chess Vintage Series 9033-416
Chicago IL
Robert Lockwood: guitar
David Myres: guitar
Willie Dixon: bass
Fred Below: drums
Little Walter Jacobsf: vocal, harmonica
Produced by Phil and Leonard Chess, 1956
Vintage Series compiled and Produced by Swan, 1974
Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago by Malcolm Chisholm

Marion Walter Jacobs (b. Marksville, Louisiana, May 1, 1930 to February 15, 1968, Chicago)

9.   Rolling Stones: Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’ (Jagger / Richard)
Sticky Fingers: Rolling Stone Records COC 59100
London UK
Mick Jaggar: vocal
Keith Richard: vocal
Bill Wyman – bass guitar
Charlie Watts – drums
Mick Taylor – electric guitar
Bobby Keys – tenor saxophone
Billy Preston – organ
Produced by Jimmy Miller, 1971
Recorded by Chris Kimsey, Jimmy Johnson at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Sheffield, Alabama
Doug Sax – mastering engineer
Andy Warhol – Cover concept/photography

10. Father John Misty: Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings (John Misty)
Fear Fun: Sub Pop Records SP970
Seattle Washington
Josh Tillman: vocals
Casey Wescott: bass frequency
Produced by Jonathan Wilson • Josh Tillman, 2012
Recorded by Hugo Nicolson
Mixed by Phil Ek
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Joshua Michael Tillman (born May 3, 1981 Rockville, Maryland)

In 2008, Tillman joined Seattle folk rock band Fleet Foxes as their drummer.
Changed his image and stage routine into a more hard hitting, uplifting manner than the sad, sombre singer-songwriter style he used previously as John Tillman. Thus, in 2012, Father John Misty arrived.

11. Neil Young and The Stray Gators: Unknown Legend (Neil Young)
Harvest Moon: Reprise Records 9362-45057-1
Toronto ON
Neil Young – vocals, guitars, harmonica, banjo guitar, piano, pump organ, vibraphone
Ben Keith – pedal steel guitar, Dobro, bass marimba, backing vocals
Spooner Oldham – piano, pump organ, keyboards
Tim Drummond – bass, marimba, broom
Kenny Buttrey – drums
Linda Ronstadt – backing vocals
Produced by Neil Young and Ben Keith, 1992
Recorded at Redwood Digital, Woodside CA

Young basically brought back the cast of his Harvest album from 1972

12. Valdy: Rock And Roll Song (Valdy)
Passport: The Best Of Valdy: A&M Records SP 9038
Salt Spring Island, BC
Jim Gordon: drums
Max Bennett: bass
Brett Wade: electric guitar
Claire Lawrence: keys
Valdy: Acoustic guitar, vocal
Produced by Claire Lawrence, 1972
Album compiled by Michael Godin 1980
Mastered by George Graves at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Paul Valdemar Horsdal b Ottawa ON 1 September 1945

13. Leon Redbone: Diamonds Don’t Mean A Thing (Shadrick Smith)
Red To Blue: August Records AS 8888
Toronto / Cyprus
Leon Redbone: guitar, vocal
Vince Giordano: upright bass
Giampaolo Biagi: drums
Mac Rebennack: piano
Steve Fishell: pedal steel
Eric Weissberg: pedal steel
Joe Renzetti: string arrangements
Richard Hendrickson: violin
Alvin E Rogers: violin
Richard Maximoff: viola
Produced by Barrel Handler and Leon Redbone, 1986
Recorded and mixed by Doug Epstein at Media Sound Studios, NYC
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Leon Redbone b. August 26, 1949 in Cyprus

According to a Toronto Star report in the 1980s, he was once known as Dickran Gobalian, and he came to Canada from Cyprus in the mid-1960s and changed his name via the Ontario Change of Name Act.[4] However, an article about producer John H. Hammond in a 1973 issue of the Canadian jazz magazine Coda states that he was a native of Philadelphia who moved to Toronto. Redbone was discovered by Bob Dylan at the Mariposa Folk Festival and mentioned him in a Rolling Stone magazine interview which lead Redbone to a recording contract.

Redbone has performed in several TV commercials, including Budweiser beer, in which he lies on a surfboard singing "This Bud's for You", also lent his voice to an animated caricature of himself in a commercial for Ken-L Ration dog food. Redbone retired from music in 2015 due to health problems.

14. The Oscar Peterson Trio: I Get A Kick Out Of You (Cole Porter)
A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra: Verve Records V8334
Montreal QC
Oscar Peterson – piano
Ray Brown – double bass
Ed Thigpen – drums
Produced by Norman Granz, 1959

This Cole Porter song was first sung in the 1934 Broadway musical Anything Goes.

Hour Two

1.   M. Ward: Eyes On The Prize (M Ward)
Post-War: Merge Records MRG 280
Portland Oregon
Mike Coykendall: bass, vocal
M. Ward: guitar, vocal
Jordan Hudson: percussion
Produced by M Ward, 2006
Recorded by Mike Coykendall at Blue Rooms in Portland, OR
Mixed by Mike Mogis at Presto! In Lincoln NE
Mastered by Roger Siebel at SAE in Phoenix AZ

Matthew Stephen "M." Ward (born Portland OR, October 4, 1973)

2,   Iron And Wine: Woman King (Sam Beam)
Woman King EP: Sub Pop Records SP 665
Durham NC
Sam Beam: vocal, guitar
Sarah Beam: vocal
Jim Becker:
Brian Deck:
EJ Holowicki
Produced by Brian Deck, 2005
Recorded by Brian Deck at Engine Studios, Chicago

Samuel "Sam" Ervin Beam (born Chapin, South Carolina, July 26, 1974)

Sub Pop is a record label founded in 1986 by Bruce Pavitt. In 1988, Sub Pop Records was formed by Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman in Seattle, Washington. Sub Pop achieved fame in the late 1980s for signing Seattle bands such as Nirvana, Soundgarden, and Mudhoney.

3.   Timber Timbre: Curtains?! (Simone Schmidt)
Hot Dreams: FTH189LP
Toronto / Montreal
Simone Schmidt – vocals
Taylor Kirk: drums, farfisa organ, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, layout, mellotron, Novachord, hammond organ, percussion, piano, theremin, vocals
Simon Trottier: acoustic guitar, baritone guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, marxophone, mellotron, percussion, tubular bells, vocals
Mathieu Charbonneau: farfisa organ, harpsichord, mellotron, Novachord, piano, vox continental, wurlitzer
Olivier Farfield: drums, fender rhodes, electric guitar, hammond organ, synthesizer
Colin Stetson: baritone sax, bass sax, c-melody sax
Mika Posen: strings, vocals
Mark Lawson: synthesizer drums
Romy Lightman: vocals
Produced by Taylor Kirk and Timon Trottier, 2014
Recorded by Graham Lessard at the Banff Centre, AB and Thee Mighty Hotel 2 Tango, Montreal
Mixed by Mark Lawson at Sonobee, Montreal
Mastered by Harris Newman at Grey Market, Montreal

The band took its name from recordings they made in a timber-framed cabin set in the wooded outskirts of Bobcaygeon, Ontario.

The band's fifth record, Hot Dreams, was released April 1, 2014. It was a shortlisted nominee for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize, but lost to Tanya Tagaq's Animism.

4.   The War On Drugs: Under The Pressure (Adam Granduciel)
Lost In The Dream: Secretly Canadian SC310
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Adam Granduciel: electric guitars, piano, synths
Dave Hartley: bass
Charlie Hall: drums
Michael Johnson: ARP 2000
Jon Natchez: bariton sax
Produced by Adam Granduciel, 2014
Recorded by Nicolas Vernhes, Jon Low, Adam Granduciel, Brad Bell and Michael Johnson
Mixed by Nicolas Vernhesat Rare Book Room Studios, Brooklyn NY
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Formed in 2005. Their fourth album, A Deeper Understanding, in 2017, won a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.

5.   Patrick Watson: Beijing (Patrick Watson)
Wooden Arms: Secret City Records SCR012LP
Montreal QC
Patrick Watson: piano, cartoon sound effects, bicycle, vocals
Simon Angell: guitar, pedal steel
Mishka Stein: bass
Robbie Kuster: drums, percussion, marimbas
Melanie Belair: violin
Melanie Vaugeois: violin
Ligia Paquin: alto
Annie Gadbois: cello
Sarah Page: harpi
Produced by Patrick Watson and The Wooden Arms, 2009
Recorded by Mathieu Parisien at Breakglass Studios, Montreal, released April 28, 2009
Mixed by Patrick Watson at Studios Piccolo, Montreal
Mastered by Ryan Morey at Ryebread Mastering

Patrick Watson b. October 8, 1979, Lancaster, California and raised in Hudson, Quebec

He began his musical career in high school as a member of a ska band called Gangster Politics. Watson "played" a bicycle in the studio for the song "Beijing". The song "Beijing" was inspired by the movie Being John Malkovich, and the idea of finding oneself in someone else's life in Beijing.

6.   Junip: In Every Direction (Junip)
Fields: Mute Records MUT 9448-1
Vänersborg, Sweden
Elias Araya: drums
Jose Gonzalez: guitar, vocal
Tobias Winterkorn: keys
Erik Bodin - tambourin
Produced by Don Alstherberg and Junip, 2010
Recorded by Don Alstherberg at Don Pierre Studio
Mastered by Hans Olsson and Don Alstherberg at Svenska Grammofon Studion

The band was formed in Sweden in 1998 by 3 childhood friends. Fields was their first full length LP.

7.   Dan Mangan and Blacksmith: Vessel (Dan Mangan and Blacksmith)
Club Meds: Arts And Crafts Records AC097
Vancouver BC
Dan Mangan: vocal, guitar, keys, drum machines, midis
JF Carter: trumpet
Gordon Crdina: guitar, vocal
Dave Grohl: guitar, vocals
Kenton Loewen: drums
Rod Murray: trombone
Tyson Naylor: keys
John Walsh: bass
Jesse Zubot: violin
Produced by Colin Stewart and Dan Mangan, 2015
Recorded by Colin Stewart, Dan Mangan and David Graham at The Warehouse and National Park, Vancouver; The Hive, Victoria BC
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound NYC

Daniel Mangan (born Smithers BC, April 28, 1983)

2 Time Juno Award winner. Were invited to Glastonbury in 2010.

8.   Mac DeMarco: Salad Days (Mac DeMarco)
Salad Days: Captured Tracks Records  CT-193
Edmonton AB
Mac DeMarco: vocal, guitar
Joe McMurray - drums, occasional live vocals
Peter Sagar (Homeshake) - guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
Pierce McGarry - bass guitar, backing vocals
Produced by Mac DaMarco, 2014
Recorded at Jizz Jazz Studios, Brooklyn NY, October 2013
Mastered by Josh Bonati

McBriare Samuel Lanyon "Mac" DeMarco (born Vernor Winfield MacBriare Smith IV, b. Duncan BC, April 30, 1990).

He has mentioned Shuggie Otis, Black Sabbath, Jonathan Richman and Weezer as favourite artists.

9.   Bahamas: Your Sweet Touch (Afie Jurvanen)
Barchords: Brushfire Records B0016334-01
Toronto ON
Afie Jurvanen: guitar, vocal
Jason Tait: drums
Darcy Yates: Fender bass
Produced by Robbie Lacritz, 2012
Recorded by Robbie Lacritz
Mastered by Phillip Shaw Bova, Ottawa

Afie Jurvanen (born April 28, 1981, Toronto)

10. Sibylle Baier: Tonight (Sibylle Baier)
Colour Green: Orange Twin Records 022
Sibylle Baier – vocals, guitar
Produced by Sibylle Baier, 2006
Recorded at Baier’s home between 1970-73
Derek Almstead – mastering

Sibylle Baier (born February 25, 1955), Germany

Colour Green was recorded on a reel-to-reel tape recorder in Baier's home in Germany. Part of the album was inspired by a trip through Europe by Baier and her friend Claudine. Some 30 years later, her son Robby compiled a CD from these recordings to give to family members as presents. He also gave a copy to Dinosaur Jr's J Mascis, who in turn passed it along to the Orange Twin label. Orange Twin released the album in February 2006.

11. Colter Wall: Thirteen Silver Dollars (Colter Wall)
Colter Wall: Young Mary’s Record Co. YMRC001-1
Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Colter Wall: acoustic guitar, vocal
Jason Simpson: bass
Dave Cobb: acoustic guitar
Produced by David Cobb, 2017
Recorded by Gena Johnson

Colter Wall (born June 27, 1995) Swift Current, Saskatchewan

Son of former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall.

12. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Bud The Spud (TC Connors)
50th Anniversary: Ole / Antham Legacy Records OLE81
Halton Hills ON / Saint John NB
Tom Connors: guitar, foot, vocal
Gerry Hall: guitar
Ronald McDonald: bass
Mickey Andrews: steel guitar, drums
Produced by Dr. Tom C Connors, 1969
Compilation Album Produced by Andy Curren, 2018
Recorded by George Semkiw at RCA StudioToronto
Mastered by Harry Hess at Hbomb Mastering

13. Bobby Curtola: Johnny Take Your Time (Bobby Curtola)
His Greatest: TeeVee Records TA-1071
Thunderbay ON
Bobby Curtola: vocals
Unknown accompaniment
Compilation Produced 1977 *

My guest on this show, Dante Bernardi Jr is the god-son of Bobby Curtola!

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