33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
November 19, 2018

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Walking, Sitting, Standing
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Hour One

1.   Bruce Cockburn: Wanna Go Walking (Bruce Cockburn) 1981 *
2.   Stephen Fearing: Long Walk To Freedom (S Fearing) 2018 *
3.   Parachute Club: Walk To The Rhythm of Your Heartbeat (D Gray / L Segato / J Masi) 1986*
4.   Chris Hillman: Walk Right Back (Sonny Curtis) 2017
5.   Patsy Cline: Walking After Midnight (Don Hecht / Alan Black)  1957
6.   Waylon Jennnings: Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line (Bryant) 1979
7.   Jack Scott with The Chantones: The Way I Walk (Jack Scott) 1959 *
8.   Albert King: I Walked All Night Long (A King) 1961
9.   Nancy Sinatra: These Boots Were Made For Walking (Lee Hazelwood) 1966
10. Lou Reed: Walk On The Wild Side (Lou Reed) 1972
11. Free: Walk In My Shadow (Paul Rogers) 1969
12. Snakeye: Walk It Off (Allard Barkhouse) 1980 *
13. Joe Walsh: Walk Away (Joe Walsh) 1971
14. The Ventures: Walk, Don’t Run ’64 (Johnny Smith) 1964
15. Left Banke: Walk Away Renee (Michael Brown, Bob Calilli, Tony Sansone) 1966

Hour Two

1.   Willie B & Gus Cannon: Sittin’ Here Thinkin’ (Unknown) 1962
2.   Lucille Starr: Sit Down And Write A Letter To Me (Wontcha, Baby) (Dorsey Burnette) 1964 *
3.   Stevedore Steve: Sittin’ By The Window (Stephen J Foote) 1971 *
4.   Moby Grape: Sittin’ By The Window (Peter Lewis) 1967
5.   Copperpenny: Sitting On A Poor Man’s Throne (R Wamil / R Hiller) 1973 *
6.   Buffalo Springfield: Sit Down I Think I Love You (Stephen Stills) 1966
7.   Howlin’ Wolf: Sittin’ On Top Of The World (Trad) 1972
8.   kd lang: Nowhere To Stand (kd lang) 1989 *
9.   Ten Years After: Standing At The Crossroads (Elmore James, Robert Johnson) 1972
10. Tommy Danton & The Echos: Where Do I Stand With You (Ray Sonim) 1957 *
11. The Tubes: Stand Up And Shout (The Tubes) 1978
12. The English Beat: Get A Job / Stand Down Margaret (English Beat) 1983
13. The Standells: Dirty Water (Ed Cobb)  1966

CanCon = 36%

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Bruce Cockburn: Wanna Go Walking (Bruce Cockburn)
Inner City Front: True North Records TN 47
Ottawa ON
Bruce Cockburn: Guitar and Vocals
Memo Acevedo: Percussion
Bob DiSalle: Drums
Dennis Pendrith: Bass guitar
Jon Goldsmith: Keyboards
Hugh Marsh: Violin and Mandolin
Kathryn Moses: Reeds and Background Vocals
Produced by Bruce Cockburn, 1981
Recorded by Gary Gray at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by George Marino, Sterling Sound, NY

2.   Stephen Fearing: Long Walk To Freedom (Stephen Fearing / Reeny Smith)
The Secret of Climbing: Rega Records ENS 004
Victoria, BC
Stephen Fearing: guitar, vocal
Produced by Roy Gandy, Gary Bennett and Stephen Fearing, 2018
Recorded on Analogue tape by Roy Gandy and Gary Bennett at Roy's Place, Essex
Vinyl Cutting by Ray Staff at AIR Studios, London
Pressed by Pallas Group GmbH

A fabulous, new record recorded for vinyl on analogue tape, no overdubs, live off the floor. The way things used to be. Just Stephen and his guitar!

3.   Parachute Club: Walk To The Rhythm Of Your Heartbeat (Gray/ Segato/ Masi)
Small Victories: RCA KKL1-0573
Toronto ON
Keir Brownstone: bass
Billy Bryans: drums, percussion, programming
Lauri Conger: keys, programming
Margo Davidson: alto Sax, percussion, vocals
Dave Gray: guitar
Julie Masi: support vocals, percussion
Lorraine Segato: lead vocal
Produced by John Oates, Parachute Club & Mike Jones 1986
Recorded by Mike Jones and Frank Filipetti with Lou Solarkofki, Jeff Lord Alge, Zvonko Vuglak, Ken Steiger, Randy Staub & Garth Richardson
Recorded in Toronto & New York City
Mixed by Mick Jones at McClear Place, Toronto
Mastered by Rob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

Margo Davidson b. September 28, 1957 Simcoe, Ontario / d. May 17, 2008 (aged 50)
William Taylor "Billy" Bryans b. Montreal Sept 15, 1947 / d. Toronto April 23, 2012 (aged 64)

4.   Chris Hillman: Walk Right Back (Sonny Curtis)
Bidin' My Time: Rounder Records 1166100250
Los Angeles
Chris Hillman: vocal
Herb Pederson: bg vocal, acoustic guitar
John Jorgenson: lead acoustic guitar
Mark Fain: standup bass
Steve Ferrone: drums
Produced by Tom Petty, 2017
Recorded by Rykan Ulyate at The Clubhouse, Los Angeles; Shoeline Recorders, Malibou
Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

5.   Patsy Cline: Walking After Midnight (Don Hecht / Alan Black)
45 single bw I Fall To Pieces: Decca Records US G-21002
Gore VA
Patsy Cline: vocals
Produced by Paul Cohen  1957
November 8, 1956 at Bradley Film and Recording Studios
Released  February, 1957
Re-released 1963

Virginia Patterson Hensley - Sept 8, 1932 Winchester, Virginia - March 5, 1963 Camden, Tenn (age 31)

6.   Waylon Jennings: Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line (Jimmy Bryant)
Greatest Hits: RCA AHL 1-3378
Austin TX
Waylon Jennings: guitar, vocal
Wayne Moss: lead guitar
Others unkown
Produced by RCA, 1979
Song Produced by Chet Atkins 1968

Waylon Arnold Jennings b. June 15, 1937 Littlefield, TX - d. February 13, 2002 (aged 64)  Chandler, AZ

7.   Jack Scott with The Chantones: The Way I Walk (Jack Scott)
The Best of Jack Scott: Stardust CD-1019
Windsor ON
Jack Scott: vocals
The Chantones: bg vocals
Produced 1959

Giovanni Domenico Scafone Jr b. Windsor ON Jan 24, 1936

8.   Albert King: I Walked All Night Long (A King)
45 single bw I've Made Nights By Myself: Bobbin Records 129
Chicago IL
Albert King: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced 1961

Albert Nelson B. April 25, 1923 Indianola, Miss. / d. December 21, 1992 (aged 69) Memphis, Tenn

Posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in May 2013.

9.   Nancy Sinatra: These Boots Were Made For Walking (Lee Hazelwood)
Boots: Reprise Records 6202
Jersey City, NJ
Nancy Sinatra: vocal
Billy Strange - arranger, conductor, and guitar
Don Lanier - guitar
Lou Norell - guitar
Jerry Cole - guitar
William Pitman - guitar
Don Randi - keyboard
Richard Perissi - French horn
Oliver Mitchell - trumpet
Plas Johnson - tenor sax
Nick Bonney - guitar
Charles Berghofer - bass
Emil Richards - percussion
Jim Gordon - drums
Roy V. Caton - trumpet
Produced by Lee Hazelwood, 1966
Recorded November 19, 1965 at Western Recorders, Hollywood by Eddie Brackett Jr.

Nancy Sandra Sinatra b. June 8, 1940 Jersey City, NJ

Sinatra was signed to her father's label, Reprise Records, in 1961. Her first single, "Cuff Links and a Tie Clip", went largely unnoticed. Without a hit in the US by 1965, she was on the verge of being dropped. Her singing career received a boost with the help of songwriter/producer Lee Hazlewood, who had been making records for ten years, notably with Duane Eddy. He had her sing in a lower key. Bolstered by an image overhaul-including bleached-blonde hair, frosted lips, heavy eye make-up-Sinatra made her mark on the American music scene in early 1966 with "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'. One of her many hits written by Hazlewood, it received three Grammy Award nominations, including two for Sinatra and one for arranger Billy Strange. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc

10. Lou Reed: Walk On The Wild Side (Lou Reed)
45 single bw Perfect Day: RCA Victor - RCA 2303
New York City
Lou Reed: lead vocals, acoustic guitar
Thunderthighs: backing vocals
David Bowie: acoustic guitar
Mick Ronson: electric guitar, string arrangement
Herbie Flowers: electric bass, double bass
Ronnie Ross: baritone saxophone
John Halsey: drums
Produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson - 1972

 Lewis Allan "Lou" Reed (March 2, 1942 - October 27, 2013)

 Reed's first hit single, from his second album 'Transformer'

11. Free: Walk In My Shadow (Free)
Tons of Sobs: Polydor Records 543.039
London UK
Paul Rogers: vocal
Paul Kasoff: lead guitar
Andy Fraser: bass
Simon Kirk: drums
Produced by Guy Stevens, 1969
Recorded at Island Records, London by Andrew Johns

Years active 1968-1971. By the time the band retired in 1973, they had sold more than 20 million albums around the world and had played more than 700 arena and festival concerts. Their first album, Tons of Sobs, documents their first six months together and contains studio renditions of much of their early live set.

12. Snakeye: Walk It Off (Allard Barkhouse)
Shape Up Or Ship Out: ABO Records  WRC1-1020
Halifax NS
Allard Barkhouse: drums, lead vocal
Steve Russell: bass
Drew Moore: guitar
John Lake: guitar
Neil MacKinnon: keys
Glen Torreson: guitar
Produced by Allard Barkouse  1980
Recorded by Harold Tsistinas at Solar Audio, Halifax

Formed 1971 in Halifax.  Allard Barkhouse produced "Shape Up Or Ship Out" was recorded at Solar Audio between March and September of 1979 and released the following year. Lake, Torreson and Moore all played on the album. Two songs "Believe Me Lady" and "See The Sun" that were on the first album were re-recorded for this album. Again, all songs were band originals. The band toured Quebec, Ontario and the Atlantic Provinces several times before they broke up in 1982. Barkhouse relocated to Toronto for several years before returning to Halifax in the mid 90's and reunited with Lake to form Barkhouse, Lake and Cook.

13. Joe Walsh: Walk Away (Joe Walsh)
So Far So Good: ABC Records ABCL 5240
Cleveland OH
Joe Walsh: guitar, vocals
Don Felder: guitar
Willie Weeks: bass
Joe Vitale: drums
Andy Newmark: drums
Jay Ferguson: keys
David Mason: keys
Rocky Dzidzonru: percussion
Produced by by Bill Szymczyk, 1971
Compilation album produced 1978

14. The Ventures: Walk, Don't Run '64 (Johnny Smith)
45 single bw The Cruel Sea: Dolton Records DO.96
Tacoma WA
Bob Bogle: bass
Don Wilson: guitar
Nokie Edwards: lead guitar
Mel Taylor: drums
Produced 1964

Noel Floyd "Nokie" Edwards b. May 9, 1935 / d. March 12, 2018

15. Left Banke: Walk Away Renee (Michael Brown, Bob Calilli, Tony Sansone)
Walk Away Renee / Pretty Ballerina: Smash Records SRS 67088
New York City, NY
Mike Brown, harpsichord, piano
Rick Brand, guitar
Tom Finn, bass
George Cameron, drums
Steve Martin, vocals
Produced by Harry Lookofsky, July 1966
Album Released February, 1967
Recorded at World United Studios & Mercury Studios, New York City

Michael Brown (Born Michael Lookofsky) b. April 25, 1949 / d. March 19, 2015
Wrote Walk Away Renee & Pretty Ballerina when he was 16
Walk Away Renee also a hit song for the 4 Tops 1968
Browns father was their manager and owned World United Studios and produced their records

Hour Two

1.   Willie B & Gus Cannon: Sittin' Here Thinkin'
The Blues: Asch Records (Folkways) 101
Memphis TN
Gus Cannon: jug
Memphis Willie Borum: guitar, harmonica, vocal
Produced by Samuel Charters, 1967
Recorded for the film "The Blues" by Samuel Charters, summer 1962 in Memphis

Willie Borum b Nov 4, 1911 Memphis TN / d. October 5, 1993 (aged 81) Memphis
Gustavus Cannon AKA Banjo Joe b. Sept 12, 1883 Red Banks, Miss / d. Oct 15, 1979 (aged 96) Memphis
Samuel Charters: b. Pittsburg PA August 1, 1929 d. at his home in Arsta, Sweden on March 18, 2015

Memphis Willie B was raised in Memphis, played with various jugbands. In fact, he learned to play harmonica from Noah Lewis (Cannon's Jug Stompers). Career was halted by WW2 and after the war settled in Memphis, out of music until the early '60s when this was recorded.

2.   Lucille Starr: Sit Down And Write A Letter To Me (Wontcha, Baby) (Dorsey Burnette)
bw The French Song: Almo International Records 204
St Boniface MB
Lucille Starr: vocals
Produced by Herb Alpert, Jerry Moss with Dorsey Burnette, 1964
Recorded in Los Angeles

3.   Stevedore Steve: Sittin' By The Window (Stephen J Foote)
I've Lived: Boot Records - BOS 7111
Saint John, NB
Stevedore Steve: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced by Fred McKenna - 1971
Recorded by Jim Morgan and George Semkiw at Captain Audio, RCA

Stephen J H Foote: b. January 3, 1936 / d. October 2016, Saint John, NB

4.   Moby Grape: Sitting By The Window (Peter Lewis)
Moby Grape: Columbia Records CL 2698
San Francisco CA
Peter Lewis rhythm guitar, vocals
Bob Mosley bass, vocals
Jerry Miller lead guitar, vocals
Skip Spence rhythm guitar, vocals
Don Stevenson drums, vocals
Produced by Dave Rubinson 1967
Recorded at CBS, Hollywood, CA; March 11 April 25, 1967

Peter Lewis, born July 15, 1945, son of actress Loretta Young and producer Tom Lewis. Musician David Lindley is his cousin. Lewis now lives in the Santa Ynez Valley, north of Santa Barbara, California, with his wife and two children.

5.   Copperpenny: Sitting On A Poor Man's Throne (R Wamil / R Hiller)
Taken from promotional compilation LP 'Concept': Concept 376 PRP 206
Kitchener ON
Ken Hollis: vocals
Rich Wamil: organ, bass, piano, guitar, trumpet, vocals
Laverne McDonald: guitar
Bert Hamer: drums
Paul Reibling: bass
Produced by Harry Hinde, 1973
Recorded Brian Christian & Russ Vestuto at RCAs Mid-America Centre, Chicago
Mastered by Randy King

Copperpenny was a Canadian rock band from Kitchener, Ontario. They were formed in 1965 by Kenny Hollis and Rich Wamil, and were originally known as the Penny Farthings to reflect the British Invasion. Not long after their formation they adopted Copperpenny as their new moniker, after a B-side by Toronto band The Paupers. They toured throughout the United States with headlining acts such as Led Zeppelin, Bob Seger, The Guess Who and Uriah Heep.

6.   Buffalo Springfield: Sit Down I Think I Love You (Stephen Stills) 1966
Buffalo Springfield: Atco Records Mono 33-200-A
Los Angeles CA / Ontario
Neil Young, guitar,
Stephen Stills, guitar
Richie Furay, guitar, lead vocal
Dewey Martin, drums
Bruce Palmer, bass
Produced by Charles Greene, Brian Stone 1966
Recorded July - September 1966 by Tom May, Doc Siegel, James Hilton, Stan Ross
Mixing: Buffalo Springfield, Charles Greene, Brian Stone

7.   Howlin' Wolf: Sittin' On Top Of The World (Trad)
Chester Burnett AKA Howlin' Wolf: Chess Records CH 60016-2
Chicago IL
Howlin' Wolf: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Others Not Listd
Produced by Sam & Leonard Chess, 1972

8.   kd lang: Nowhere To Stand (kd lang)
Absolute Torch and Twang: Sire Records 92-58771
Consort AB
Kd lang: guitar, vocal
Ben Mink: strings, organ
Produced by Greg Penny, Ben Mink & kd lang - 1989
Recorded by Joe Seta & Greg Penny & Marc Ramaer at Vancouver Studios, BC

9.   Ten Years After: Standing at the Crossroads (Elmore James, Robert Johnson) 1972
Alvin Lee & Company: Derem (London) Records XDES 18064
London UK
Alvin Lee: guitar
Chick Churchill: keys
Leo Lyons: bass
Rick Lee: drums
Produced by Mike Vernon 1972
Recorded by Rob Baker at Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London

Formed in 1962 as the Jaybirds and later as Ivan Jay and the Jaymen, Alvin Lee and Leo Lyons re-christened them as Ten Years After to honour Elvis Presley's 10th year as a pop icon in 1966.  Mostly active between 1968 and 1973, they hit it big with I'm Goin' Home at Woodstock. This album, Alvin Lee & Company, was released on Derem after they left for Columbia. It consists of earlier material. Crossroads was probably recorded May 14, 1968 by Rob Baker at Klooks Kleek, Railway Hotel, West Hampstead, London for their second LP "Undead" but didn't make the album.

Performed at The Rock Pile, Toronto, 1969, opened by Howlin Wolf
In August 1970, they played the Strawberry Fields Festival at Mosport Raceway, near Toronto, & Isle of Wight Festival in September.

10. Tommy Danton & The Echos: Where Do I Stand With You? (Ray Sonim)
45 Single bw Oh Yeah: Reo Records  8174A
Toronto ON
Tommy Danton: vocal
Nick Bassel: bass
Bill Mulhall: sax
Tom Gilboe: drums
Produced  1957

11. The Tubes: Stand Up And Shout (The Tubes)
What Do You Want From Live: A&M Records SP 96003
San Francisco CA
Sputnik Spooner: guitar, vocals
Roger Steen: guitar, vocals
Prairie Prince: drums
Mingo Lewis: drums, percussion, vocals
Vince Welnick: keys, vocals
Michael Cotton: synths
Rick Anderson: bass, vocals
Fee Waybill: lead vocals
Produced by Pete Henderson and Rikki Farr, 1978
Recorded by Pete Henderson and Bob Bullock at Hammersmith Odeon, London UK, Nov 1977
Mixed and Mastered by Pete Henderson and Rikki Farr at Kendun Recorders, Burbank

12. The English Beat: Get A Job / Stand Down Margaret (English Beat)
What Is: IRS Records  SP 70040
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
David Blockhead: keys
Produced by English Beat with David Peters - 1983
Compilation Produced by John Guarnieri  1983
Recorded live at Opera House, Boston, November 10, 1982

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 Specials and 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

13. The Standells: Dirty Water (Ed Cobb)
45 single bw Rari: Sparton RecordsP 1453
Los Angeles CA
Tony Valentino: guitar
Larry Tamblyn: vocal, keys
Gary Lane: bass
Dick Dodd: drums
Produced by Ed Cobb  1966

Originally released on Tower Records 185 in the US. Tower Records producer Ed Cobb wrote the song after a visit to Boston, during which he was robbed on a bridge over the Charles River. The bands name was created by Larry Tamblyn, derived from standing around booking agents' offices trying to get work. They were extremely popular between 1964-67.

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