33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
February 3, 2020
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Shakin' Things Up
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Hour One

1.   Sam Cooke: Shake - 1965
2.   The Beatles: Twist & Shout - 1963
3.   Guess Who: Shakin’ All Over - 1965 *
4.   The Swinging Blue Jeans: The Hippy Hippy Shake - 1964
5.   The Hot Toddys: Shakin’ & Stompin’ - 1959 *
6.   Johnny Otis & Orch: Shake It - 1953
7.   Bill Haley & The Comets: Shake, Rattle & Roll - 1954
8.   Alan MacRae: Shake The Dust - 1969 *
9.   Washboard Sam: Do That Shake Dance - 1941
10. The Original Sloth Band: Memphis Shakedown - 1976  *
11. The Blue Tones: Shake Shake - 1957 *
12. The Checkerlads: Shake Yourself Down - 1966 *
13. Rolling Stones: Shake Your Hips - 1972
14. Shakin’ Stevens: Hot Dog - 1984
15. Gerry & The Pacemakers: Whole Lotta Shakin’ goin’ On - 1964
16. Elvis Presley: Shake That Tambourine - 1965
17. David Bowie: Shake It - 1983

Hour Two

1.   Otis Redding: Shake - 1967
2.   Fleetwood Mac: Rattlesnake Shake - 1969
3.   The Cars: Shake It Up - 1981
4.   David Wilcox: Shake It Baby - 1983 *
5.   Faith Nolan: Shake Sugaree - 1989 *
6.   BB King: Shake It Up And Go - 1951
7.   Blues Project: Wake Me, Shake Me - 1967
8.   Lavern Baker: Shake A Hand - 1961
9.   The Beatles: Nothing Shaking - 1963
10. Raffi: Shake My Sillies Out - 1977 *
11. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Shaking The Blues - 1993 *
12. Neil Young: The Needle And The Damage Done - 1972 *
13. Paul James Band: Shake Your Moneymaker - 1987 *
14. Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels - Shake A Tail Feather - 1981
15. The Shakers: Mustang Ford - 1981 *

CanCon = 38

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Sam Cooke: Shake
(Sam Cooke)
The Best of Sam Cooke Vol 2: RCA Victor LSP-3373
Clarksdale, MS

Sam Cooke: vocals
Others not listed
Produced by Al Schmitt, 1964
Recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood CA Nov 16, 1964

Samuel Cook b. Jan 22, 1931 Clarksdale Miss / d. Dec 11, 1964 Los Angeles CA (33)

Shot to death at the Hacienda Motel. It was recorded at the last recording session Cooke had before his death on December 11, 1964.

2.   The Beatles: Twist & Shout
(Russell / Medley)
Twist And Shout: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series T 6054
Liverpool UK

John Lennon: guitar, lead vocal
George Harrison: lead guitar
Paul McCartney: bass
Ringo Starr: drums
Produced by George Martin, 1963
Recorded at Abby Road Studio 2, London UK by Norman Smith
First Published in Canada February 1964

Twist & Shout was written by was originally recorded by The Top Notes, but it became a chart hit as a single by The Isley Brothers in 1962.

The Beatles’ version of the song was the last to be recorded during the marathon 13-hour “Please Please Me” album session; producer George Martin knew that Lennon's voice would suffer from the performance, so he left it until last, with only 15 minutes of scheduled recording time remaining. Lennon had a cold and was drinking milk and sucking on cough drops to soothe his throat. His coughing is audible on the album, as is the cold's effect on his voice. He remarked that his voice was not the same for a long time afterward, and that it "felt like sandpaper" to swallow

3.   Chad Allen & The Expressions: Shakin’ All Over
(Johnny Kidd / Guy Robinson)
Shakin’ All Over – Guess Who?: TNMD 0140
Winnipeg MB

Chad Allen: vocal, guitar
Randy Bachman: lead guitar, bg vocal
Jim Kale: bass, vocal
Garry Peterson: drums
Bob Ashley: keys, vocals
Produced by Bob Burns, 1965
Recorded December 1964 at CJAY-TV Studio B, Winnipeg

Originally recorded by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in 1960, this was a make or break song for Winnipeg’s Chad Allen & The Expressions. Sick and tired of releasing good singles that wouldn’t get airplay in Canada because the band was Canadian, they decided to release the song by: “Guess Who?” Because of that it received international airplay and djs credited the song to The Guess Who.

4.   The Swinging Blue Jeans: The Hippy Hippy Shake
(Chan Romero)
45 single bw Now I Must Go: Capitol Records Canada – 72143
Liverpool UK

Ralph Ellis: guitar
Norman Kuhlke: drums
Les Braid: bass, keys
Ray Ennis: lead guitar, vocals
Produced by Walter Ridley, 1963
Recorded December 1963

Written & recorded by Chan Roman of Australia when he was 17.  Also preformed & recorded by The Beatles (BBC Sessions) in July 1963. The Swinging Blue Jeans were a big part of the original British Invasion of 1964, covering a few solid hits with songs like Good Golly Miss Molly but petered out as more and more great records were flown across the ocean by other artists as America’s craving for more Liverpool sound seemed insatiable.

5.   The Hot-Toddys: Shakin’ And Stompin’
(Big John Little)
45 Single bw Rockin’ Crickets: Shan-Todd Records ST-0056
Niagara Falls ON

Big John “T-Bone” Little: rhythm guitar, vocals
Bill Pernell: sax
Vaughan Jonah: guitar
Garry Kelba: drums
Produced by Tom Shannon & Phil Todaro, March 1959
Recorded at Shan-Todd studios, Buffalo NY by Phil Todaro

Big John Little b. Niagara Falls ON 1929
The real name of the band was Big John Little and the Rockers but recorded as The Hot-Toddys. Their first record was I’ll Always Love You bw Rock With Me Baby, first recorded on Tri-Fi label out of NYC/
Later, under the leadership of Big John Little, they recorded a couple of albums on Metro Records and Released some records on the Hoedown label as well.
The Hot Toddys released 1 LP, Twist, on the Metro label out of Montreal and were totally ripped off again. As ‘Big John and The Beetlers’ the same album as Dance Party with Big Sound on the Rusticana label out of Quebec. Now in his 91st year, Big John “T-Bone” Little still performs in and around the Niagara Falls region.
6.   Johnny Otis & Orch: Shake It
(Phyllis Otis)
45 single bw I Won’t Be Your Fool No More: Peacock Records 5-1636
Los Angeles

Johnny Otis: vocal
Johnny Otis Orchestra
Produced 1953

Ioannis Alexandres Veliotes b. Dec 28, 1921 Vallejo, CA / d. Jan 17, 2012 (90) Los Angeles

Listening to the production on Johnny Otis’s records, you just know that Ry Cooder listened to this guy – a lot! Father of Shuggie Otis, Johnny was one of the originators of the R&B infused sounds of California Soul. He started out playing drums in the early ‘40s and began recording with his own orchestra in 1951. Phyllis, the composer of the song, was John’s first wife.

7.   Bill Haley & The Comets: Shake, Rattle and Roll
(Charles E. Calhoun a.k.a. Jesse Stone)
Rock n’ Roll Revival 1: Pickwick Records SPC 3280
Chester PA

Bill Haley: guitar, vocal
Johnny Grande: piano
Billy Williamson: rhythm guitar
Marshall Lytle: bass
Joey Ambrose: saxophone
Danny Cedrone: lead guitar
Billy Gussak: drums
Produced by Milt Gabler, 1954
Compilation Album produced 1970
Recorded on June 7, 1954

William John Clifton Haley b. Highland Park, Michigan, July 6, 1925 / d. February 9, 1981 Harlingen, TX

Funny to think that this was one of the songs that begat Rock n’ Roll! That curl on Haley’s forehead was chintzy enough and yet they were extremely popular, internationally and have gone down in the history of Rock with a great shake-up.

8.   Alan MacRae: Shake The Dust
(Alan MacRae)
Mr. Troubadour: Dominion Records LPS 93506

Alan MacRae: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced by Johnny Burt, 1969
Recorded by Greg Hambleton & Bill Baker

(Originally released as The Songs of Alan MacRae by The Canadian Talent Library S5123)

Alan MacRae emigrated to Canada from Scotland with high dreams, first with one of Canada’s very first folkmusic coffee houses, The Question Mark in Vancouver. That’s where his musical career began. He toured around, did the Calgary Stampede, the First Mariposa Folk Festival in 1961 before joining a folksinging group called The Chanteclaires who recorded an album in 1962. His songs were covered by The Travellers, Carlton Show Band, Catherine McKinnon, Anne Murray and Ian and Sylvia.

Shake The Dust was probably Alan’s best covered song. George Hamilton IV ‎recorded it on his album Canadian Pacific in 1969. It was also covered by a maritime duo Peter & Mary who posed with a beaver on the front cover of their album.

9.   Washboard Sam: Do That Shake Dance
Washboard Sam Vol 6: 1941-1942: Document Records DOCD 5176

Washboard Sam: washboard, vocals
Ransom Knowling: double bass
Big Bill Broonzy:
Roosevelt Sykes: piano
Frank Owens: alto sax
Produced by Johnny Parth, 1993
Remastered By Gerhard Wessely

Robert Clifford Brown b. Walnut Ridge, Arkansas July 15, 1910 / d. Nov 6, 1966 Chicago (56)

In 1935, he began recording in his own right for both Bluebird and Vocalion Records, becoming one of the most popular Chicago blues performers of the late 1930s and 1940s. By the 1950s, his audience had begun to shrink, largely because he had difficulty adapting to the new electric blues. His final recording session, for RCA Victor, was in 1949. He retired from music for several years and became a Chicago police officer. Died of heart failure.

10. The Original Sloth Band: Memphis Shakedown
(Will Shade)
Hustlin & Bustlin: Posterity Woodshed Records PWS 005
Toronto ON

Ken Whiteley: jug, washboard, banjo, vocal
Tom Evans: fiddle
Chris Whiteley: guitar, harmonica vocal
Produced by David Essig & Original Sloth Band 1976
Recorded by Bob and Dan Lanois Nov Dec 1975 at MSR Productions, Ancaster ON
Mastered by Bill Duddihie

The composer of this tune was Will Shade, aka Son Brimmer, leader of the famous Memphis Jug Band who recorded for RCA mostly in the late 20s. Ken Whiteley has always been a very good jug blower; he usually uses plastic Ajax bottles to blow into as they’re light, portable, very durable and easily replaceable. And they sound good too!

11. The Blue Tones featuring Fred Coupland: Shake, Shake 
(Arthur Lock)
Single bw Oh Yeah: King Records - 45-5088
Hamilton ON

Fred Coupland: vocal
Jim Malone
Gary Jenkins
Ernie McCleod
Produced 1957
Recorded at Regency Records of Toronto

Fred Coupland b 1935 Toronto / d. 2000

This was released on the King label out of Cincinnati. It was originally released on the small Regency label out of Toronto as a 78.

12. The Checkerlads: Shake Yourself Down
(L Reich / B Buckolz / B Frel / A Riplinger / H Frasz)
45 Single bw Baby Send For Me: Gaiety G 116
Regina SK

Bob Edwards: keys
Harvey Frasz: drums
Larry Reich: guitar
Arnie Sanns: bass
Bob Stevens: vocal
Produced by Charles Williams & Don Grashey, 1966
Recorded in Thunder Bay, ON

“Baby Send For Me”, a Rolling Stone clone song, was supposed to be the A Side of this single but djs preferred spinning the B Side Shake Yourself Down. It got pretty good exposure on Vancouver’s Rock station CFUN.

13. Rolling Stones: Shake Your Hips
(Jagger / Richards)
Exile On Main St.: Rolling Stones Records COC 2-2900

Mick Jagger: vocals, harmonica
Bill Wyman: bass
Keith Richards: guitar
Ian Stewart: piano
Mick Taylor: guitar
Charlie Watts: percussion
Produced by Jimmy Miller, 1972
Recorded by Andy Johns, Glyn Johns, Jeremy Gee, Joe Zaganno

14. Shakin’ Stevens: Hot Dog
(Buck Owens / Denny Dedmon)
You Drive Me Crazy: Epic Records PEC 90672
Glamorgan, Wales

Shakin’ Stevens: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced by Shakin’ Stevens, 1982
Recorded at Eden Studios

Michael Barratt b. 4 March 1948 Cardiff Wales

15. Gerry & The Pacemakers: Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
(Williams / David)
Second Album: Capitol Canada - T 6107
Liverpool UK

Gerry Marsden: vocals, guitar
Freddie Marsden: drums
Les Chadwick: bass
Les Maguire: piano
Produced by George Martin, 1964
Recorded at Abby Road Studios, London

These early purveyors of the Liverpool Scene had a string of hits in 1963-64 culminating with the movie  Ferry Cross the Mersey in 1965. Most of their hit songs were ballads, like Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying and a lot of people didn’t think they knew how to rock, but they did when they wanted to. This song war originally recorded in 1955 by Big Maybelle but it was Jerry Lee Lewis who had the definitive version recorded in 1957.

16. Elvis Presley: Shake That Tambourine
(Bernie Baum / Bill Giant / Florence Kaye)
Harum Scarum Soundtrack: RCA Victor LSP-3468
Tupelo MS

Elvis Presley: vocals
The Jordanaires: backing vocals
Rufus Long: flute
Ralph Strobel: oboe
Scotty Moore: electric guitar
Grady Martin: electric guitar
Charlie McCoy: electric guitar
Floyd Cramer: piano
Henry Strzelecki: electric bass
D. J. Fontana: drums
Kenny Buttrey: drums
Hoyt Hawkins: tambourine
Gene Nelson: congas
Produced by Gene Nelson, Fred Karger, 1965

Elvis Aaron Presley b. Jan 8, 1935 Tupelo Miss / d. Aug 16, 1977 (42) Memphis TN

Elvis hated singing soundtrack songs for the films that he starred in, mostly because of the songwriting. But it was the writing team of Giant, Baum, and Kaye that provided 17 of 47 songs on the past four soundtracks in an eighteen-month period that he relied on to get through this.

17. David Bowie: Shake It
(David Bowe)
Lets Dance: EMI SO-17093
London UK

David Bowe: vocal
Carmine Rojas: bass
Omar Hakim and/or Tony Thompson: drums
Nile Rodgers: guitar
Stevie Ray Vaughan: lead guitar
Rob Sabino: keys
Mac Gollehon: trumpet
Stan Harrison, Robert Aaron: tenor sax, flute
Sammy Figuerua: percussion
Produced by David Bowie & Nile Rodgers, 1983
Recorded by Bob Clearmountain
Mastered by Rob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

David Robert Jones b. 8 January 1947 London / d. 10 January 2016 (69) Manhattan

Hour Two

1.   Otis Redding: Shake
(Sam Cooke)
Historic Performances Recorded At The Monterey International Pop Festival: Reprise 2029
Dawson GA

Otis Redding: vocals
Booker T. Jones: keyboards, piano, organ
Steve Cropper: guitar
Donald "Duck" Dunn: bass guitar
Al Jackson, Jr.: drums
Wayne Jackson: trumpet
Andrew Love: tenor saxophone
Produced by Lou Adler and Papa John Phillips, 1967
Recorded live at the Monterey Pop Festival by Wally Heider, Eric Weinberg

Otis Redding’s appearance at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967 put him over the top. Just like Jimi Hendrix and The Who’s immortal appearances, captured on film and audio, Redding was surfing this curl for a few months until his untimely death on December 10. This album features Hendrix’s set on one side and Otis’s on the other.

2.   Fleetwood Mac: Rattlesnake Shake
(Peter A Green)
Then Play On: Reprise - RS 6368
London UK

Peter Green: guitar
Danny Kirwan: guitar
Mick Fleetwood: drums
John McVie: bass
Produced by Fleetwood Mac, 1969
Recorded at CBS Studios, London and De Lane Lea Studios, London

Make no mistake about it: this is the best song I know of about masturbation!
Then Play On was the last FM album to feature Peter Green. It was also the first to cut out Jeremy Spencer, as a performer, member. It was produced completely without him and yet he was still in the band.

The painting used for the cover of the album is "Domesticated Mural Painting", by the English artist Maxwell Armfield. It was featured in the February 1917 edition of The Countryside magazine, which states that the mural was originally designed for the dining room of a London mansion.

3.   The Cars: Shake It Up
(Ric Ocasek)
45 single bw Cruiser: Elektra Records – E 47250
Boston Mass

Ric Ocasek: lead vocals, backing vocals, rhythm guitar
Elliot Easton: lead guitar, backing vocals
David Robinson: drums, backing vocals
Greg Hawkes: keyboards, percussion, saxophone
Benjamin Orr: lead vocals, backing vocals, bass (died 2000)
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, 1981
Recorded at Syncro Sound, Boston

4.   David Wilcox: Shake It Baby
My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble: Capitol Records Canada (Re-Issue) SN 66171

David Wilcox: guitar, vocals
Others not listed
Produced by Sadia, 1983

David Karl William Wilcox b. July 13, 1949 Montreal, QC

5.   Faith Nolan: Shake Sugaree
Freedom To Love: Aural Tradition ATR 302
Toronto ON

Faith Nolan, vocal, guitar
Produced by Roy Forbes, 1989
Recorded & Mixed by Rolf Hannemann at Mushroom Studios, Vancouver BC January 1989

b. Halifax NS 1957

Protest singer who loved the old blues jazz singers of the 1920s like Elizabeth Cotton & Ma Rainey. She was living in Toronto in the 1980s when she was recording and performing the music from this album. Produced by legendary singer/songwriter/scholar Roy Forbes aka Bim at Vancouver’s Mushroom Studios, it’s certainly an album to remember. She’s still out there recording, writing and performing so check her out.

6.   BB King: Shake It Up And Go
The Modern Recordings 1950-1951: Ace Records CDCHM2 835

B.B. King: vocal and guitar
Solomon Hardy: saxophone
Ford Nelson: piano
James "Shinny" Walker: bass
E.A. Kemp: drums
Produced 1951

Riley B. King b. Sept 16, 1925 Itta Bena, Miss / d. May 14, 2015 (89) Las Vegas, Nev

This song has been covered by BB in different eras of his long career but this is probably the first recording of it that he made. It’s almost rockabilly the way it shakes things up! His voice is so young and yet, it’s BB!

7.   Blues Project: Wake Me, Shake Me
(Billy Guy / Arr by Al Kooper)
Projections: Verve Folkwaves FT 3008 mono
New York City

Danny Kalb: guitar, vocals
Al Kooper: keyboards, vocals
Steve Katz: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Andy Kulberg: bass, flute
Roy Blumenfeld: drums
Produced by Tom Wilson with Jerry Schoenbaum,  1966
Recorded by Val Valentin engineer

Band was started by Danny Kalb. Initially active between 1965 67 and included Steve Katz of the Even Dozen Jug Band. Session man Al Kooper (born Alan Peter Kuperschmidt; February 5, 1944) joined The Even Dozen Jug Band was founded in 1963 by Stefan Grossman and Peter Siegel in New York City, New York. Other members were David Grisman, Maria Muldaur (then Maria D'Amato), Joshua Rifkin and John Sebastian (of the Lovin' Spoonful). They were considered to be New York's answer to the Grateful Dead. In 1968 Katz & Kooper formed Blood, Sweat & Tears prior to David Clayton-Thomas joining.

8.   LaVern Baker: Shake A Hand
(J Morris / Joe Morris)
Saved: Atlantic ‎Records 8050

LaVern Baker: vocals
Stan Applebaum Orch
Produced by Ahmet Ertegun and Jerry Wexler, 1961
Recorded 1960

Delores Evans b. Chicago November 11, 1926 / d. March 10, 1997 (67) Queens, New York

Baker began singing in Chicago clubs such as the Club DeLisa around 1946, often billed as Little Miss Sharecropper. She was billed as LaVern Baker when she sang with Todd Rhodes and his band in 1952. In 1953 she signed with Atlantic Records as a solo artist, her first release being "Soul on Fire". Her first hit came in early 1955, with the Latin-tempo "Tweedle Dee", which reached number 4 on the R&B chart. Baker toured Australia in 1957 as part of Lee Gordon's Big Show, performing with an number of rock 'n' roll bands including Bill Haley and the Comets. She appeared in the film Rock, Rock, Rock!

9.   The Beatles: Nothing Shaking
(Eddy Fontaine / Cirino  Calacrai / Diane Lampert / John Gluck Jr)
Live at the BBC: Apple Records 7243 8 31796 2 6

George Harrison: vocals, lead guitar
John Lennon: rhythm guitar
Paul McCartney: bass
Ringo Starr: drums
Produced by  Terry Henebery, 1963
Compilation Produced 1994

Recorded at Aeolian Hall, London

George Harrison sang lead vocals on The Beatles’ version, which was taped on 10 July 1963. Nothin’ Shakin’ was performed for the sixth edition of the BBC radio show Pop Go The Beatles, and was first broadcast on 23 July, 1963.

10. Raffi with Ken Whiteley: Shake My Sillies Out
(Bert Simpson / Bonnie Simpson / Raffi )
More Singable Songs: Troubadour TR-004
Vancouver BC

Raffi: guitar, vocals
Bill Cymbala: drums, congas, percussion
Chris Whiteley: harmonica, trumpet  
Bob Doidge: acoustic guitar, electric bass 
Ed Roth: piano, electric piano, organ, accordion, synthesizer 
Ken Whiteley: vocals, electric guitar, banjo-mandolin, tenor banjo-mandolin, jug
Produced by Raffi and Ken Whiteley, 1977
Recorded by Daniel Lanois at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON

11. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Shaking The Blues
(Tom C Connors)
Dr. Stompin’ Tom…Eh?: Capitol Records EMI Music Canada ‎– E2 27225
Halton Hills ON

Stompin’ Tom: vocals, guitar, boots
Graham Townsend: violin
Duncan Fremlin: banjo, bg vocals
Conrad Kipping: mandolin, lead guitar, bg vocals
Bob McNiven: acoustic guitar, bg vocals
Greg Street: upright and slap bass
Rob Duffus: drums
Fred Northcotte: accordion
Denis Keldie: diatonic accordion
Chris Whiteley: steel, dobro, harmonica
Gray Townsend: piano
Produced by Dr. Tom C Connors and Gaetan Lepine, 1993
Recorded at Escarpment Sound, Fergus ON by Brian Hewson
Mastered by Bob Ludwig

Tommy Messer aka Tommy Messer b. Saint John NB Feb 9, 1936 / d. Mar 6, 2013 (77) Ballinafad ON

Not from vinyl but from Stompin’ Tom’s 1993 CD released just after he received a Doctorate of Laws. And I don’t care if it is from a CD, when it comes to Stompin’ Tom I’ll play it. Here’s a little list of his achievements:

In 1993, a Doctor of Laws degree honoris causa from St. Thomas University,[57] which was the inspiration for his album titled Dr. Stompin' Tom Connors, eh?, released the same year. In 1993, he declined to be inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame coz he didn’t care for their philosophy.

In 1996, Officer of the Order of Canada.

In 2000, a Lifetime Artistic Achievement award for Popular Music from the Governor General's Performing Arts Awards. Also in 2000 he attained his proudest moment when he received an honorary LL.D. from the University of Toronto.

In 2002, an honorary Litt.D. from the University of Prince Edward Island.

In 2009, a SOCAN award for Lifetime Achievement.

12. Neil Young: The Needle And The Damage Done
(Neil Young)
Decade: WEA - 3RS 2257
Toronto ON

Neil Young: guitar, vocal
Producer by Neil Young, 1976
Originally produced 1972

Written by Neil Young as a tribute to all the musicians who lost their chance at fame because of heroin. Young wrote it about Danny Whitten, one of the original members of his band Crazy Horse. In 1971, Young went on tour and hired Crazy Horse and Nils Lofgren as backup. During rehearsals, Whitten was so high on heroin that he couldn't even hold up his guitar. Young fired him, gave Whitten 50 bucks (for rehab) and a plane ticket back to Los Angeles. Upon reaching LA, Whitten overdosed on alcohol and Valium, and died.

13. Paul James Band: Shake Your Money Maker
(Elmore James)
Paul James Band: OPM Distribution PJ-1
Toronto ON

Paul James: guitars, lead vocal
Gary Gray: keys, bg vocal
Brian Kipping: bass, bg vocal
Adrian Vecchiola: drums
Produced by Paul James, 1987
Recorded by Doug McClement and Corby Luke at Comfort Sound, Toronto
Mastered by Peter Norman at McClear Place

14. Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels: Shake A Tail Feather
(Hayes / Williams / Rice)
Greatest Hits: Roulette Records SR 59020
Detroit MI

Mitch Ryder: Lead vocals, percussion
Jim McCarty: Lead guitar
Joseph Kubert: Rhythm guitar
Jim McCallister: Bass
Johnny "Bee" Badanjek - Drums
Compilation Produced 1981
Mastered by Joe Brescio at Master Cutting Room

15. The Shakers: Mustang Ford
(Chuck Berry)
Rock And Roll EP: Warpt Records WRC1 1515
Hamilton ON

Claude Desroches: drums
Tim Gibbons: lead guitar
Rick Andrew: bass
Dave ‘Rave’ Desroches: rhythm guitar, vocals
Produced by Daniel Lanois 1981
Recorded by Daniel Lanois in Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON

The Shakers, from 1979 to 1983. Only put out 2 LPs: 1981 (In Time) and ‘83 called Weekend. Dave Rave played rhythm for Teenage Head. He also formed a group called "The Dave Rave Conspiracy" The Shakers have done some reunion shows the past few years.