33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
January 7, 2019

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Hour One

1.   Duane Eddy: Because They’re Young (Costa / Schroeder / Gold) 1960
2.   The Barbarians: Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl (Geoffry Morris) 1965
3.   Taste: What’s Going On? (Rory Gallagher) 1970
4.   John Entwhistle: Pick Me Up (Big Chicken) (John Entwhistle) 1971
5.   SS-20: Arnold Layne (Syd Barrett) 1987
6.   Wishbone Ash: So Many Things To Say (Martin Turner / Wishbone Ash) 1973
7.   Golden Earing: Twilight Zone (G Kooymans) 1982
8.   Buffalo Springfield: Expecting To Fly (Neil Young) 1967 *
9.   Crash Vegas: Sky (M McAdorey / C Cripps) 1989 *
10. Chris Hadfield: Space Oddity (David Bowie) 2015 *
11. Pink Floyd: Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun (R Waters) 1968
12. The Sadies: The Very Ending (Sadies) 2013 *
13. Bruce Springsteen: I Ain’t Got No Home (Woody Guthrie) 1988

Hour Two

1.   Lee Cremo: Cock of the North (Trad) 1972 *
2.   Spirit: Cold Wind (Jay Ferguson) 1969
3.   La Boutine Souriante: Les patins de Pauline / Le Petite Bûcheux (André Marchand) 1983 *
4.   Crowbar: Let The Four Winds Blow (D Bartholomew) 1970 *
5.   Chalk Circle: Empty Park (Dan Hopkins / Chalk Circle) 1987 *
6.   Country Gazette: Still Feeling Blue (Gram Parsons) 1976
7.   Procol Harum: Shine On Brightly (Keith Reid / Gary Brooker) 1968
8.   Olaf Sveen: Ingrid’s Polka (Olaf Sveen) 1962 *
9.   The Headpins: Turn It Loud (Brian MacLeod) 1982 *
10. Blackie & The Rodeo Kings: Land of the Living (Wilson / Ramolo) 2017 *
11. David Raven & The Escourts: Dont’cha Think ( David Raven) 1982 *
12. The Who: I Don’t Even Know Myself (Pete Townsend) 1971
13. Crosby, Stills & Nash: Just A Song Before I Go (G Nash) 1977
14. Bob King & The Happy Wanderers: Last Day In The Mine (Jimmy Key) 1964 *

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And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Duane Eddy & The Rebels: Because They’re Young (D Costa / A Schroeder / Gold)
45 single bw Rebel Walk: London Records UK HL-W 9162
Corning NY
Duane Eddy: guitar
Wrecking Crew members not listed but probably included:
Steve Douglas: sax
Jim Horn: sax
Larry Knechtel: keys
Produced by Lee Hazlewood, Lester Sill, 1959

b. April 26, 1938

At the age of 16 he obtained a Chet Atkins model Gretsch guitar and formed a duo. While performing at local radio station KCKY, they met disc jockey Lee Hazlewood, who produced the duo's single, "Soda Fountain Girl", recorded and released in 1955. Eddy devised a technique of playing lead on his guitar's bass strings to produce a low, reverberant "twangy" sound. Because They’re Young was his second gold record and biggest hit.

Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008.

2.   The Barbarians: Are You A Boy Or Are You A Girl (Geoffry Morris)
45 single bw Take It Or Leave It: Laurie Records L-3308
Provincetown, Massachusetts
Jerry Causi: lead vocal
Victor Moulton: drums
Bruce Benson: bass
Geoffry Morris: guitar
Produced by Doug Morris, 1965

Active between 1964 and 1967, were known for drummer Victor "Moulty" Molton's prosthetic hook used in place of his missing left hand to hold his drumstick. They also wore pirate outfits to fit Molton’s image. They received their biggest break when featured on Pan USA The T.A.M.I. tour in 1965 alongside other artists such as The Rolling Stones, The Supremes, Lesley Gore, Chuck Berry, James Brown & The Famous Flames, The Miracles, and Marvin Gaye. A later, minor hit, entitled "Moulty", was a humorous autobiographical song about the drummer's life and losing his hand when he was 14. Moulton sang lead on the track, but instead of the original members, he was backed by Levon & the Hawks, later to be known as The Band.

3.   Taste: What’s Going On? (Rory Gallagher)
On The Boards: Polydor Records 184 366
Belfast NI
Rory Gallagher: vocals, guitar, harmonica, alto sax
John Wilson: drums
Richard McCracken: bass
Produced by Tony Colton, 1970
Recorded by Eddie Offard, London

What’s Going On? was released by Taste's manager and Polydor staff without Rory Gallagher's knowledge; going straight to No.1 in Germany, where the previous single "Born On The Wrong Side Of Time" had already been a hit, before Gallagher knew anything about it. By the time Gallagher had complained to Polydor the single had also entered the UK Top 10 and was unstoppable. After this single became a hit, Taste performed at the Isle of Wight Festival in August 1970, but Gallagher quit Polydor on the last day of the year and left Taste to work on solo projects

4.   John Entwhistle: Pick Me Up (Big Chicken) (John Entwhistle)
Smash Your Head Against The Wall: Decca DL 71983
London UK
Jerry Shirley, drums
Dave Langston, guitars
John Entwistle, bass, keys, flugelhorn, trumpet, trombone, vocals
Produced by John Entwistle 1971
Recorded by Roy Baker at Trident Studios, London

John Alec Entwistle b. London UK 9 October 1944 / d. 27 June 2002 (aged 57) Paradise, Nevada

Smash Your Head was the first solo album by any member of The Who. After joining the pre-Who “Detours”, Entwistle played a major role in encouraging Pete Townshend's hidden guitar talents, and insisting that Townshend be admitted into the band. Detours leader, Roger Daltrey, fired all the members of his band with the exception of Entwistle, Townshend and the drummer, Doug Sandom, relinquishing the role of guitarist to Pete Townshend in 1963, becoming lead vocalist. Entwistle died in Room 658 at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Paradise, Nevada, on 27 June 2002, one day before the scheduled first show of the Who's 2002 US tour.

5.   SS-20: Arnold Layne (Syd Barrett)
Beyond The Wildwood: A Tribute To Syd Barrett: Illusion Records 001
Cincinatti OH
Madeline Ridley: vocals
Bruce Wagner: guitar, bass
David Winogrond: drums
Compilation Produced by Alan Duffy, 1987

SS-20 is the NATO reporting name of a Soviet nuclear ballistic missile. At one time, Sky Saxon (of the Seeds) played and recorded with them.

6.   Wishbone Ash: So Many Things To Say (Martin Turner / Wishbone Ash)
Wishbone Four: MCA Records MCA 327
Torquay, Devon UK
Ted Turner: steel, guitars, vocals
Andy Powell: guitars, vocals
Martin Turner: bass, vocals
Steve Upton: drums
Produced by Wishbone Ash, 1973
Recorded at Olympic and Apple Studios, London by Keith Harwood

The duel lead guitar driven band were extremely popular in Europe in the early 70s. They were and inspiration to members of Iron Maiden and Thin Lizzy. While the band have continued to perform as an entity, only Andy Powell remains.

7.   Golden Earing: Twilight Zone (G Kooymans)
45 single bw King Dark: Polydor Records T1-2102
The Hague NL
Rinus Gerritsen – bass, keyboards, guitar, harmonica
George Kooymans – guitar, vocals
Barry Hay – vocals, guitar, flute, saxophone
Cesar Zuiderwijk – drums, percussion
Rinus Gerritsen - bass, keyboards
Robert Jan Stips - synthesizer
Produced by Shell Schellekens, 1982
Recorded by John Kreik

Golden Earring is a Dutch rock band, founded in 1961. Their biggest hit was Radar Love in 1973. During their career they have had nearly 30 top-ten singles on the Dutch charts while releasing 25 studio albums.

8.   Buffalo Springfield: Expecting To Fly (Neil Young)
Buffalo Springfield: Atco Records 25A-806
Los Angeles CA
Neil Young: guitar, vocals
Jack Nitzsche: electric piano
Don Randi: piano
Carol Kaye: bass
Jim Horn: clarinet
Norris Badeaux: baritone saxophone
Doug Hastings, Russ Titelman: guitars
Hal Blain: drums
Produced by Jack Nitzsche, 1967
Compilation album released 1973
Recorded by Bruce Botnick, Bill Lazarus, Jim Messina, Ross Myering

This was produced by Jack Nitzsche for a Neil Young solo project but got placed on the Buffalo Springfield’s second album, “Again”, issued in November, 1967. It features no other members of the Springfield. Nitzsche worked off and on with Neil on many of his albums.

9.   Crash Vegas: Sky (M McAdorey / C Cripps)
Red Earth: Risque Disques 17 0771
Toronto ON
Colin Cripps: guitars, dobro, mandolin
Jocelyne Lanois: bass
Michelle McAdorey: lead vocals
Ambrose Pottie: drums
Sammy Vegas: lead guitar
Malcolm Burn: keys
Produced by Malcolm Burn 1989
Recorded by Malcolm Burn and Mark Howard at ESP, New Orleans
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Crash Vegas formed in 1988 and disbanded in 1996. They were the brainchild of Michelle McAdorey and Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor who, due to Blue Rodeo commitments, left the band and was replaced by Colin Cripps. Jocelyne Chantal Lanois is a Canadian musician, bass player and songwriter from Hull, Quebec, who has been a member of the bands Martha and the Muffins and Crash Vegas. She has also had touring stints as bassplayer with Ani DiFranco and Chris Whitley, and played on Sarah McLachlan's album Solace. She is the sister of record producer Daniel Lanois. Lanois left the band on acrimonious terms after the release of Red Earth and their label Risque Disque went bankrupt, leaving the band in limbo. McAdorey was the niece of the late Canadian television and radio personality Bob McAdorey. She now lives near Peterborough and recently released a new album.

10. Chris Hadfield: Space Oddity (David Bowie)
Space Sessions – Songs From A Tin Can: Warner Music Canada 1-045747
Sarnia ON
Chris Hadfield: acoustic guitar, vocals
Emm Grykner: piano
Joe Corcoran: drums, bass, guitars, keys
Produced by Joe Corcoran, 2015
Recorded in the International Space Station by Paul Mills (from the ground)
Recorded on Earth in a Toronto studio
Mastered by Emily Lazar at The Lodge

To be the first human to record an album in space! As commander of the International Space Station, Hadfield found the time to record his parts (mostly guitar and vocals) from orbit. Check out my interview with Commander Hadfield Apr 2, 1998 on my Great North Wind program at CIUT from my backtothesugarcamp.com/campstreams.html page.

11. Pink Floyd: Set The Controls For The Heart of The Sun (R Waters)
Saucerful of Secrets: Capitol Records Canada 6000 Series ST 6279
London / Cambridge UK
Roger Waters: vocals, bass guitar, gong
Richard Wright: Farfisa organ, vibraphone, celesta
Syd Barrett: electric guitar
Nick Mason: drums (played with timpani mallets)
David Gilmour: electric guitar
Produced by Norman Smith, 1968
Recorded at Abby Road Studios, London

This is the only song recorded by Pink Floyd to feature material from all five band members, as there are several different guitar parts recorded by both David Gilmour and Syd Barrett.

12. The Sadies: The Very Ending (Sadies)
Internal Sounds: YepRoc Records YEP-2353
S. Ontario
Mike Belitsky: drums
Sean Dean: bass
Dallas Good: guitar, organ, vocal
Travis Good: guitars, fiddle, vocal
Produced by Dallas Good 2013
Mastered by Peter J Moore at The E Room, Toronto

13. Bruce Springsteen: I Ain’t Got No Home (Woody Guthrie)
A Vision Shared: A Tribute To Woody Guthrie And Leadbelly: Folkways / Columbia AL 44034
Newark, NJ
Bruce Springsteen: guitar, vocal
Roy Bittan: organ
Nils Lofgren, guitar
Produced by Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin 1988
Recorded by Toby Scott
Mixed by Bob Clearmountain
Executive Producer of the Project: Don DeVito and Joe McEwen, Harold Leventhal, Ralph Rinzler
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, New York City

An entire album of tributes to the memory of Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly featuring songs by Brian Wilson, Pete Seeger, Sweet Honey In The Rock, John Mellencamp, Taj Mahal, Emmylou Harris, Little Richard, Willie Nelson, Bob Zimmerman, U2, Doc Watson and Arlo Guthrie. Folkways! Cool.

Hour Two

1.   Lee Cremo: Cock of the North (Trad)
Lee Cremo & The Eastern Variation: Audat Records 477-9010
Eskasoni, Cape Breton Island NS
Lee Cremo: fiddle
Gabriel Sylibay: bass
Wilfred Paul: lead guitar
Joseph MacMullen: piano
Peter Stevens: drums
James Poulette: rhythm guitar
Produced by Dr. A Feeney, 1972
Recorded by Mas Kikuta at Audio Atlantic, Halifax NS

Lee Cremo (30 December 1938 – 10 October 1999)

He won as many as eighty awards throughout his career, including the Maritime Old Time Fiddling Championship, "Best Bow Arm in the World" at the World Fiddling Championships in Nashville, Tennessee, and "Canadian Champion" at the Alberta Tar Sands Competition. Lee performed at the opening of the Expo 67 and at the launch of the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.

2.   Spirit: Cold Wind (Jay Ferguson)
Clear Spirit: Columbia Records (USA) ELS 356
Los Angeles, CA
Randy California: guitar
Jim Locke, keys
Mark Andes, bass
Ed Cassidy, drums
Jay Ferguson: keys
Produced by Lou Adler, 1969
Recorded by Stachowaik, Weinbang and Steiner

3.   La Boutine Souriante: Les patins de Pauline / Le Petite Bûcheux (André Marchand)
Chic & Swell: Les Disques Mille-Pattes - MMPCD-2033
Joliette, QC
André  Marchand: guitar, les pieds Canadien, vocal
Daniel Roy: flute, flageolet
Yves Lambert: accordion
Martin Racine: fiddle
Mario Forest: harmonica
Produced by La Bottine Souriante, 1983
Recorded by Quintin Meek at studio PSM-16 December 1982

Translated as: Pauline’s Skates and The Little Woodsman. This is from the second recorded album from the Smiling Boot with one of their great lineups.

4.   Crowbar: Let The Four Winds Blow (D Bartholomew)
Bad Manors: Paramount Records  PAS 6007
Ancaster ON
Sonnie Bernardi: drums
Kelly Jay: piano, vocals
Roly Greenway: bass, vocals
Rheal Lanthier: lead guitar, vocals
The Ghetto: lead guitar, slide guitar, vocals
Jozef Chirowski: piano, organ, vocals
Steve Kennedy: horns
Produced by Love, 1970
Recorded Terry Brown at Toronto Sounds Studios

5.   Chalk Circle: Empty Park (Dan Hopkins / Chalk Circle)
Mending Wall: Duke Street Records DSR31035
Newcastle ON
Chris Tait, guitars
Brad Hopkins, bass
Derrick Murphy, drums
Tad Winklarz, keys, sax
Produced by Chalk Circle and Chris Wardman, 1987
Recorded by Ron Searles at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, NYC
Drums by Steve’s Music drum department

6.   Country Gazette: Still Feeling Blue (Gram Parsons)
Out To Lunch: Flying Fish Records FF027
Roger Bush: bass, vocals
Roland White: mandolin, guitar, vocals
Kenny Wertz: guitar, vocals
Alan Munde: banjo, guitar, dobro banjo
Al Perkins: steel
Dave Ferguson: fiddle
Produced and Mixed by Jim Dickson, 1976
Recorded by Donivan Cowart in the Enactron Truck

When the members of the country rock ensemble Dillard & Clark went their separate ways in 1971, bluegrass fiddler Byron Berline and guitarist/bass player Roger Bush formed the band Country Gazette. Guitarist Kenny Wertz and banjo player Alan Munde soon joined. Byron Berline left Country Gazette in 1975 just before they recorded Out To Lunch. They put their last album Keep On Pushing (Flying Fish) out in 1991.

7.   Procol Harum: Shine On Brightly (Keith Reid / Gary Brooker)
Best of Procol Harum: A&M Records SP-4401
London UK
Gary Brooker: piano, lead vocal
Matthew Fisher: organ
David Knights: bass
Robin Trower: guitar
BJ Wilson: drums
Produced by Denny Cordell, 1968
Compilation Album produced 1972
Recorded at Advision Studios, De Lane Lea Studios and Olympic Studios, London, England

8.   Olaf Sveen: Ingrid’s Polka (Olaf Sveen)
Olaf Sveen and His Accordion: Banff Rodeo Records RBS 1079
Olaf Sveen: accordion (maybe a Cordovox)
Produced 1962

Olaf Sveen b Surndal, Norway, l8 Apr l9l9 / d. Nov 30, 2007 Edmonton AB (88)

Sveen moved to Canada in l949 and settled in rural Saskatchewan. He began touring the province's dance halls with Eddie Mehler's Southern Playboys (who were heard also on CKRM radio, Regina), the Western Five Orchestra and, l955-62, his own group, Olle and His Playmates. In 1962 he relocated to Edmonton. He hosted music programs of Scandinavian 1965-71 CKUA radio. After his first recordings for Aragon Records in l954, Sveen made over 25 LPs for Rodeo, Point and London.

9.   The Headpins: Turn It Loud (Brian MacLeod)
Turn It Loud: Solid Gold Records SGR 1010
Vancouver BC
Brian MacLeod: guitar
Ab Bryant: bass
Darby Mills: lead vocal
Bernie Aubin: drums
Produced by Bill Henderson & Brian MacLeod, 1982
Recorded and Mixed by David Slagter at Little Mountain Sound Studios, Vancouver
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

The Headpins were founded as a side project in the late 1970s by then Chilliwack members Ab Bryant and Brian MacLeod. Darby Mills (the second lead vocalist for the band) was born on 1959 in Vernon, BC and joined the band in 1981. "Turn It Loud", quickly went platinum and topped the charts for six weeks. They toured Europe with Whitesnake and had several hit singles.

10. Blackie & The Rodeo Kings: Land of the Living (Wilson / Ramolo)
Kings and Kings: FU:M (File Under: Music) Records FUM068
Hamilton, ON
Jason Isbell: co-lead vocals
Tom Wilson: acoustic guitar, vocals
Stephen Fearing: acoustic guitar, vocals
Colin Linden: acoustic guitar, dobro, vocals
Johnny Dymond: bass
Gary Craig: drums
John Whynot: piano, Wurlitzer
Kenneth Pearson: B3 organ
Bryan Owings: shakey things
Produced by Colin Linden, 2017
Recorded by John Dymond and Colin Linden at Pinhead Recorders, Nashville TN
Mastered by Craig Calbi and Steve Falone at Sterling Sound, NYC

This track features vocals by Grammy Award winner Jason Isbell who used to play in the Drive-By Truckers.

11. David Raven & The Escourts: Dont’cha Think ( David Raven)
David Raven And The Escorts: Radio Active Records EP 6904
Vancouver BC
David Raven: guitar, vocal
Randy Murray: guitar
Ron MacDonald: bass
David Pemberton: drums
Produced by Carlton Lee, 1982
Recorded by Brian Cambell and Marty Hasselbach
Raven’s Shirts by Fiorda Ricci

David Rutchinski b. Quebec City QC

Learned to play guitar at age 7 and by 16 was in a BC band called Python who got to open for Long John Baldry. He moved to the UK in 1973 and joined The Michigan Flyers, voted England’s best live act in NME reader’s poll of 1975. He became David Raven in 1980 when he returned to Vancouver. He later got to join Long John Baldry’s American and Canadian tour and wrote two songs for Baldry’s album It Still Ain’t Easy (Stony Plain). He won a Juno Award in 1992 and is currently living in Los Angeles.

12. The Who: I Don’t Even Know Myself (Pete Townsend)
45 single bw Won’t Get Fooled Again: Decca Records 32846
London UK
Pete Townsend: guitars
Keith Moon: drums, woodblock
John Entwhistle: bass
Roger Daltry: vocals
Produced by Pete Townsend, 1971
Recorded at Eel Pie Studio by Glyn Johns

Lots of bootlegs of this song since it wasn’t included on a regular Who album.

13. Crosby, Stills & Nash: Just A Song Before I Go (G Nash)
45 single bw Dark Star: Atlantic Records AT 3401
David Crosbie: guitar, vocal
Graham Nash: guitar, vocal
Steve Stills: guitar, vocal
Joe Vitale: organ
Tim Drummond: bass
Russ Kunkel: drums, percussion
Produced by CS&N with Ron & Howard Albert, 1977
Recorded by Howard Albert, Ron Albert and Steve Gursky

14. Bob King & The Happy Wanderers: Last Day In The Mine (Jimmy Key)
16 Top Country Hits: Banff / Rodeo Records RBS 1189
Ottawa ON
Bob King: guitar, vocal
Joe Brown: bass
Marie King: vocal
Barry Brown: guitar
Lawanda Brown: vocal
Vince Lebeau: electric guitar
Produced 1964

At one time, this band included Canadian fiddle champion, Ward Allen. Bob and Marie King were extremely popular in the Ottawa Valley; Joe Brown (Family Brown); Vince Lebeau was a really good electric guitarist. Back in the 50s and 60s radio station CFRA used to host a weekly jamboree in Ottawa; it was a family type variety show with special guest acts. The competition was Mac Beattie’s Ottawa Valley Melodiers who basically did the same thing.

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