33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
July 12, 2021
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They Didn't Believe Me
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Side One

1.   Louis Armstrong: Our Monday Date – 1939
2.   Les Gendarmes: Carol – 1966 *
3.   Clifton Chenier: Zydeco et Pas Sale – 1965
4.   Bruce Daigrepont: Laissez Moi Tranquille – 1989
5.   Jimi Hendrix Experience: Live For Today – 1967
6.   Iansanity Orchestra: See Emily Play – 2007 *
7.   Selina Martin: Public Safety Management – 2010 *
8.   Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians: A Globe of Frogs – 1988
9.   Murray McLauchlan: When You’re Young (and You Don’t Know Nothing) – 1978 *
10. Mendelson Joe: Aerodynamic – 1981 *
11. Creemcheeze Goodtime Band: Milverton – 1971 *
12. King Crimson: Lament – 1974
13. Scott Merritt: No Shirt No Service – 1986 *
14. Andy DeJarlis – Caribou Reel – 1960 *

Side Two

1.   Gordon Lightfoot: Black Day In July – 1968 *
2.   Jefferson Airplane: Crown of Creation – 1968
3.   The Characters: Tell Me – 1966 *
4.   Cashman, Pistilli & West: Nothing Else On My Mind – 1969
5.   Bert Collins: Manitoulin – 1984 *
6.   The Beatles: Act Naturally – 1965
7.   The Beatles: Dizzy Miss Lizzy – 1965
8.   The Beatles: Blackbird – 1968
9.   The Beatles: I Want To Tell You – 1966
10. The Beatles: Free As A Bird – 1995
11. David Celia: Thin Disguise – 2015 *
12. Andrew Cash Band: Flowers – 1988 *
13. Crash Vegas: Sky – 1989 *
14. Stan Kenton Orchestra: They Didn’t Believe Me – 1961 

Bonus Track
15. Guy Lombardo Orchestra: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

CanCon – 50%

And Now for The Particulars

Side One

1.   Louis Armstrong And His Orchestra: Our Monday Date
(Louis Armstrong / Earl Hines)
The Decca Singles: 1935-1946: Verve Records
New Orleans LA
Louis Armstrong: Trumpet and vocals
Shelton Hemphill: Trumpet
Henry "Red" Allen: Trumpet
Otis Johnson: Trumpet
Wilbur de Paris: Trombone
George Washington: Trombone
J.C. Higginbotham: Trombone
Rupert Cole: Alto Saxophone
Charlie Holmes: Alto Saxophone
Joe Garland: Tenor Saxophone
Bingie Madison: Tenor Saxophone
Luis Russell: Piano
Lee Blair: Guitar
George "Pops" Foster: Bass Guitar
Sidney Catlett: Drums

Produced 1939
Recorded April 25, 1939

This was originally issued on Decca 2615 as a “Fox Trot with vocal chorus by Louis Armstrong”.

2.   Les Gendarmes: Carole
(Sedaka / Brown)
45 single bw C'est Moi: Les Disques Citation CN-9011
Montreal QC
André Girard: sax, keys
Michel Girard: bass
Guy Harvey: lead vocal
Laurent Rivard: guitar
Roger Tremblay: drums
Produced 1966

Lead singer Guy Harvey was born in Port-Alfred, Quebec in 1941. He began his music career in 1961 with the group Kambo, who would later become the Les Gendarmes in August 1965. Guy lead the group for three years.  They broke up at the end of 1968. Guy Harvey recorded some solo singles in 1969, and he continued to perform in piano bars. He was still performing in the early 2000s.

3.   Clifton Chenier: Zydeco et Pas Sale
(Clifton Chenier)
Louisiana Blues and Zydeco: Arhoolie Records ¬ F1024
Opelousas, LA
Clifton Chenier: accordion, vocals
Cleveland Chenier: rub-board
Madison Guidry: drums
Produced by Chris Strachwitz ¬ 1965
Recorded at Gold Star Studios Houston TX, May 11, 1965 by Doyle E Jones

Clifton Chenier b. Opelousas Louisiana June 25, 1925 / d. Dec 12, 1987 Lafayette LA
Cleveland Chenier b. May 16, 1921 in Opelousas, LA / d. May 7, 1991, Lafayette, LA

The undisputed King of Zydeco by the man who basically invented the genre by getting his brother to play the all metal washboard vest to define it. The two together were all that was required: accordion and frottoir (rub board), but here they add a drummer.

4.   Bruce Daigrepont: Laissez Moi Tranquille (Leave Me Alone)
(B Daigrepont)
Coeur des Cajuns: Rounder Records 6026
Metairie LA
Bruce Daigrepont: vocal, accordion, guitar, triangle, washboard
Waylon Thibodeaux: fiddle, vocals
Scott Goudeau: bass, harmony vocal
Kenny Blevins: drums
Gina Forsythe: harmony fiddle
Sharon Leger: bg vocal
Produced by Bruce Daigrepont 1989
Recorded by Scott Godeau at ultrasonic Studios, New Orleans LA

Born: July 11, 1958 New Orleans, Louisiana

He contends that one of his proudest achievements in his 35 yr career is having his songs in ‘French Canada’ re-recorded by lots of French-Canadian players. Originally a guitar player, he began taking up the single row accordion in 1978. They’re the only Cajun music band that I know of that have no guitar player.

5.   Jimi Hendrix Experience: I Don’t Live Today
(Jimi Hendrix)
Are You Experienced: Reprise Records 6261
Seattle WA / London UK
Jimi Hendrix: guitar, vocals
Mitch Mitchell: drums
Noel Redding: bass
Produced by Chas Chandler, 1967

Recorded October 23, 1966 April 4, 1967, at De Lane Lea, CBS, and Olympic Studios in London.  In honor of his Cherokee heritage, Hendrix dedicated the song to the American First Nations and other minority groups.

Jimi Hendrix's mixed genealogy included African American, Irish, and Cherokee ancestors. His original birth name was Johnny Allen Hendrix but his parents changed his name to James Marshall Hendrix, in honor of two dead uncles.

6.   Iansanity Orchestra: See Emily Play
(Syd Barrett)
Live at CIUT
Toronto ON
Ian McIntyre: guitar, vocal
Mark Doucet: bg vocal
Allan Gavigan: bass
Jon McCann: drums
Produced & Mastered by Steve Fruitman
Recorded by Fred Spek at CIUT Basement Studio, 91 St. George St, Toronto July 24, 2007

I got to know this wacky guitar player and turned him on to the music of Syd Barrett and let him go wild. A couple of years later he formed this band and brought them into our CIUT Studio 3 when we were still at 91 St. George Street. It was a basement studio with brick walls. We did two sessions and this was from the first one in 2007. Live with no overdubs.

7.   Selina Martin: Public Safety Management
(S Martin)
Disaster Fantasies: SELMALP0008
Ottawa Valley / Toronto ON
Selina Martin: vocals, guitars, bass, musical saw, wine glasses, organ
Chris Stringer: guitars, bass, synth, Wurlitzer, mini-moog, percussion
Annelise Noronha: guitars, accordion
Doug Friesen: bass, trombone
Josh Van Tassel: drums
Jack Breakfast: piano
Laura Barrett: kalimba

Produced by Chris Stringer, 2010
Recorded by Chris Stringer at The Lincoln County Social Club, Toronto
Mastered by Joao Carvalho at Joao Carlvalho Mastering, Toronto

8.   Robyn Hitchcock & The Egyptians: A Globe of Frogs
(Robyn Hitchcock)
Balloon Man EP: A&M Records SP 17530
London UK
Robyn Hitchcock: guitar, vocals
Morris Windsor: drums
Peter Buck: 12 string guitar
Andy Metcalfe: keys, bass
Produced by Hitchcock, Metcalfe, Windsor & Collier, 1988

Robyn Rowan Hitchcock b. 3 March 1953 London UK

This is from a three song 12” EP by one of my favourite songwriters. I love where he goes with his melody lines in his songs. I know where he got that from (Syd Barrett) but it’s where he goes with it that keeps my interest.

9.   Murray McLauchlan: When You’re Young (And You Don’t Know Nothin’)
(M McLauchlan)
Whispering Rain: True North Records TN 36
Toronto ON
Murray McLauchlan: guitar, piano, vocals
Ben Mink: mandolin, fiddle
Eric Robertson: keys
David Wilcox: guitars
Dennis Pendrith: bass
Barry Keane: drums
Lloyd Green: steel
Produced by Murray McLauchlan, 1978
Recorded at Eastern Sound, Toronto & Woodland Sound, Nashville by Ken Friesen

Murray McLauchlan’s backup band was called The Silver Tractors (didn’t matter who was in it). They were mostly Toronto based musicians like Ben Mink (kd lang), David Wilcox and Dennis Pendrith. By the late 70s, Murray was the number one artist on the True North Records label, out-selling records by label-mate Bruce Cockburn and winning several Juno Awards in the process. Songs like ‘Down By The Henry Moore’, ‘The Farmer’s Song’, ‘On The Boulevard’ and ‘Sweeping the Spotlight Away’ were major hits in Canada.

10. Mendelson Joe: Aerodynamic
(Mendelson Joe)
Let’s Party: Boot Records BRP 2110
Emsdale ON
Mendelson Joe: Vocals, guitars, harmonica, foot
Colin Linden: guitars
David Hayes: bass
Bruce Moffet: drums
Lauri Conger: keys
Danny Greenspoon: guitar
Amos Garrett: guitar
Dianne Heatherington, Nancy White: vocals
Anna Marya Smith: party
Produced by Mendelson Joe and Colin Linden, 1981
Recorded by Danny Greenspoon, Inception Sound, Toronto
Mastered by George Graves at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Joe recorded three albums for Stompin’ Tom’s ‘Boot Records’ label. Let’s Party was the third offering. The cover was a highly controversial painting by Joe of a cigarette smoking party where all the individuals were portrayed with anus heads and cigarette hands (with teeth) which was quite revolutionary cover for a country music label. The album is one of the strongest, best produced records of Joe’s career with several memorable songs and a great cast of musicians.

11. Creemcheeze Goodtime Band: Milverton
(Billy Kell)
Perth County Green: Dominion Records LPS 21022
Gadshill ON
Billy Kell: guitars, vocals
Dave Harwood: bass
Pat Kell: mandolin, jugband stuff, percussion
Barb Payne: fiddle, percussion
James Kell: drums
Produced by Terry Regan, 1971
Recorded by George Semkiw, Toronto

This band consisted of family and friends from Perth County, Ontario. They released two decent albums in the 1970s of a variety of styles, from fiddle tunes to Cajun music, kids songs and blues. The drum solo on this song was by Jimi Kell who was just 11 at the time. They signed with MCA for their next album release in 1974, produced by Gary Buck, but it failed to chart so they broke up the band.

12. King Crimson: Lament
(Robert Fripp / John Wetton / Palmer-James)
Starless And Bible Black: Atlantic Recording Corporation ¬ SD 7298
Winbourn - Bournemouth , Dorset UK
Robert Fripp: guitar, mellotron, devices
David Cross: violin, viola, keys
John Wetton: bass, vocal
William Bruford: percussion
Produced by King Crimson, 1974
Recorded at AIR Studios, London, January, 1974 by Peter Henderson

The sixth studio album by King Crimson is probably the most esoterically strange. Without enough material to produce an album, the band recorded live improvs and blended them into a studio album featuring only four songs with lyrics. Lament" is about fame. The phrase "Starless and Bible Black" is a quotation from the first two lines of poet Dylan Thomas's play, Under Milk Wood.

13. Scott Merritt: No Shirt No Service
(Scott Merritt)
Gravity Is Mutual: Duke Street Records DSR 31026
Brantford ON
Scott Merrit: guitars, vocal
Doug Wilde: keys
Bob DiSalle: drums
Jimmy Bralower: percussion
David Woodhead: Bass

Produced by Roma Baran, 1986
Recorded by John Naslen at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

Do you remember when stores and restaurants used to have these signs: No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service? One of the first times I saw one was in a downtown deli in Los Angeles after midnight in the sleaziest part of town.

Merritt had a series of albums in the ’80s, working with Daniel Lanois and avant-garde musicians from New York City. That was where he learned about special sounds and how they can help prop up a song, making it sound unique., He has employed these methods carefully, producing albums by artists such as Tannis Slimmon (Oak Lake), Fred Eaglesmith, Fearing And White, The Rheostatics and Grievous Angels. 

14. Andy DeJarlis: The Caribou Reel
(Andy DeJarlis)
Favorite Old Time Tunes: London Records: EB 60
Woodridge MB
Andy DeJarlis: fiddle
Produced circa 1960

Andrew Joseph Patrice Ephreme Desjarlais b. Sept 29, 1914 Woodridge MB / d. Sept 1975 (60) St. Boniface MB

He came from a family of Métis fiddlers and began playing at age 15 and went on to define the Red River style of fiddle playing. He played on Winnipeg radio accompanied by the musical group the Red River Mates. He moved to Vancouver and later to Montreal where he appeared on the television program Don Messer's Jubilee. It was his rendition of an old Métis fiddle tune, The Red River Jig, that he is best known for. 

Side Two

1.   Gordon Lightfoot: Black Day In July
(Gordon Lightfoot)
Did She Mention My Name: United Artists UAS 6649
Gordon Lightfoot: acoustic guitars, vocals
John Stockfish: bass
Red Shea: guitar
Herb Lovelle: drums
Huey McCracken: guitar

Produced by John Simon-Groscourt, 1968

The most controversial recording that Gordon Lightfoot ever released was ‘Black Day In July’. The 1967 Detroit Riot, also known as the Detroit Rebellion and the 12th Street Riot, was the bloodiest incident in the "Long, hot summer of 1967". Gordon Lightfoot wrote and recorded it, recounting these events on his 1968 album Did She Mention My Name?. This song was subsequently banned by radio stations in 30 American states, including Michigan. The ironic thing about the ban was that most young, hip music listeners in Detroit tuned into Canadian radio station CKLW, which was a powerful 50,000-watt station beaming into the US. They were playing the song a lot.

Others songs about the riots were the 1967 song "The Motor City Is Burning" by John Lee Hooker, which was also recorded by the MC5 on their 1969 album Kick Out the Jams; "Panic in Detroit", from David Bowie's 1973 album Aladdin Sane; The Temptations' 1970 single "Ball of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)";  Marvin Gaye's "What's Happening Brother" from his 1971 album What's Going On?

2.   Jefferson Airplane: Crown of Creation
(Paul Kantner)
The Worst of Jefferson Airplane: RCA Victor LSP 4459
San Francisco CA

Marty Balin vocals, rhythm guitar
Grace Slick vocals, piano, organ
Paul Kantner rhythm guitar, vocals
Jorma Kaukonen lead guitar, electric chicken, vocals
Spencer Dryden drums, piano, organ, steel balls, vocals
Jack Casady bass
Produced by Al Schmitt, 1968
Recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood CA by Ritchie Schmitt
Originally on LP Crown of Creation
Compilation album put together by: Jefferson Airplane, Bill Thompson, Pat Lerac

Originally released on the album of the same name, the theme being commercialism, which probably didn’t help the band in the singles game. While the album went on to sell well, the two singles the album produced failed to light up the charts, including Crown of Creation.

3.   The Characters: Tell Me
(Gilbert M Rozon)
45 Single b/w There's Always Time For Love: Red Leaf TTM 624
Ottawa ON
Rick Cousineau: sax, vocals (leader of the band)
Bruce Duncan Ireland: lead guitar
Ray Legault: drums
Randy Shipclark: bass, keys, vocals
Gilbert M Rozon: rhythm guitar, lead vocals
Produced Vern Craig, Les Emmerson and Sandy Gardiner 1966

The Characters first single featured 'Tell Me', a fast paced, exciting number reflecting the mersey-beat era and was written in just 5 minutes by Gilbert M Rozon. The track was laid down in 3 takes and it became the Character's signature hit song for 1966.

The flip side 'There's Always Time for Love' is reminiscent of early 'Staccatos' material flavoured with a 'Canadian Classics' beat style. The original track ran 4min, 33 secs, but the producers (Vern Craig, Les Emmerson and Sandy Gardiner) all said it needed to be cut down to under 3 minutes. So two verses, a chorus, a bridge, intro to chorus and fade were all chopped, which meant half the meaning of the song was left out.

4.   Cashman, Pistilli & West: Nothin’ Else On My Mind
(Cashman / Pistelli)
Cashman, Pistilli & West: Capitol / EMI – ST 211
New York City
Eugene Thomas Pistilli
Terry Cashman
Tommy West
Ed Freeman: ochrestra conductor
Produced by Nicholas Venet, 1969

Terry Cashman b. Dennis Minogue, July 5, 1941, in New York
Tommy West b. Thomas Picardo Jr August 17, 1942, Jersey City, NJ / d. May 2, 2021
Eugene Thomas Pistilli

Cashman-Pistilli composition "Sunday Will Never Be the Same", a #9 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 for Spanky and Our Gang. Cashman successfully produced Jim Croce’s albums in the 70s. Tommy West became a session singer and sang back-up vocals on albums by Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Sammy Davis, Jr., Connie Francis, and Mitch Ryder.

5.   Bert Collins: Manitoulin
(E B Collins)
Good Mornin' Friends & Neighbours: Sleet Records - LP 1101
Sudbury, ON
Bert Collins: accordion, bass, harmonica, lead vocals
Julie Collins: bg vocals
Freda Collins: bg vocals
Ricki Lamoureaux: piano, bg vocal
Paul Menard: fiddle, guitar
Alan Lamothe: steel guitar
Judy Lamoureaux: drums
Hac Vong: sax   
Produced by Ricki Lamoureaux, 1984
Recorded at Tamarack Sound Studio, North Bay ON by Don Cocksedge

Edward ‘Bert’ Collins b. 1932 Strathroy ON / d. December 1, 2012 Sudbury

Collins began his music career playing accordion in a country band in Southern Ontario before moving north to Sudbury.  He wrote a lot of songs about the North. He only put out a couple of albums but was best known for his song ‘The Little Skidoo’ which he wrote for his own kids (although they never actually owned a Ski-doo) in 1967. He didn’t record it until 1976. He worked at the Ministry of Transportation for 35 years before retiring in 1988.

6.   The Beatles: Act Naturally
(Johnny Russell & Voni Morrison)
The Beatles’ Yesterday & Today: Capitol Records of Canada – T 2553
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: guitar
Paul McCartney: bass
George Harrison: lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums, vocal
Produced by George Martin, 1965
Recorded by George Martin at Abby Road Studios, London

This was a huge Buck Owens’ hit in 1963 that greatly influenced the Beatles. It was released as the B side of Yesterday Sept 1965 with Ringo singing lead. The song  became a live performance favourite both with the Beatles and later with Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. Owens and Starr went on to record a duet version of it in 1989.

7.   The Beatles: Dizzy Miss Lizzy
(Larry Williams)
Beatles VI: Capitol Records Canada – T 2358
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: vocal, rhythm guitar, Vox Continental organ
George Harrison: double-tracked lead guitar
Paul McCartney: bass
Ringo Starr: drums, cowbell
Produced by George Martin, 1965
Recorded by Norman Smith at EMI Abby Road Studios, London

In Canada we got this song on Beatles VI but in Britain it was released on Help. They recorded it along with another Williams tune that Lennon sang, "Bad Boy", on the same day: May 10, 1965

8.   The Beatles: Blackbird
(John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
The Beatles: Apple Records SWBO-101
Liverpool UK
Paul McCartney – double-tracked lead vocal, acoustic guitar, tape loops, foot tapping
Produced by George Martin, 1968
Recorded by Geoff Emerick at Abby Road EMI Studio 11 June 1968

Just like Yesterday, it’s only Paul. That was all it needed.

9.   The Beatles: I Want To Tell You
(George Harrison)
Revolver: Capitol Records Canada ST-2576
George Harrison: double-tracked vocal, lead guitar, handclaps
John Lennon: harmony vocal, tambourine, handclaps
Paul McCartney: harmony vocal, piano, bass, handclaps
Ringo Starr: drums, maracas, handclaps
Produced by George Martin, 1966
Recorded at EMI Studios, London

Until the release of Revolver, Harrison often had difficulty getting the band to record his songs.  Most Beatles albums contained a couple of George’s songs but three of his songs appear on Revolver from which the claim: "The album on which Harrison came of age as a songwriter". The other two songs were lead off number “Taxman” and the raga influenced “Love You To”

10. The Beatles: Free As A Bird
(Lennon / McCartney / Harrison / Starr)
The Beatles Anthology 1: EMI Music Canada ‎– C4 7243 8 34445 4 0
John Lennon: lead vocals, piano
Paul McCartney: lead and harmony vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, piano
George Harrison: lead and harmony vocals, slide guitar, acoustic guitar, ukulele
Ringo Starr: backing vocals, drums
Jeff Lynne: backing vocals, electric guitar
Produced by The Beatles & Jeff Lynne, 1995
Recorded in New York (Lennon), 1977 and UK Studios, 1994 

"Free as a Bird" is a song originally composed and recorded in 1977 as a home demo by John Lennon. In 1995 a studio version of the recording, incorporating contributions from Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, was released as a single by the Beatles, 25 years after their break-up. The single was released as part of the promotion for The Beatles Anthology video documentary and the band's Anthology 1 compilation album. For the Anthology project, McCartney asked Lennon's widow Yoko Ono for unreleased material by Lennon to which the three remaining ex-Beatles could contribute

11. David Celia: Thin Disguise
(David Celia)
Double Mind: Seedling Music 088907212580
David Celia: guitars, vocals, piano, marimba
Ariana Gillis: bg vocal
Dave Clark: drums
Dave Headon: bass
Tim Jackson, Liz Abbott: bg vocals

Produced by David Celia 2015
Mastered by Andy Magoffin at The House of Miracles

As far as I’m concerned… David Celia is one of those guys who might be one of those guys who fall under that category of “one of the best unknown talents in town”. An excellent, tasty and unique guitarist who seems to coax just about any sound he wants out of his instrument. He creates a Beatlesque pop from his songs while remaining heavy enough to brand them his own. I’ve followed his career since the release of his first CD, watching him grow and just get even better. His 2015 album was released on vinyl, made in the UK and transported back to Canada in his luggage.

12. Andrew Cash Band: Flower
(A Cash)
Time & Place: Island Records ISL 1185
Toronto ON
Andrew Cash: Guitar, vocals
Peter Duffin, drums
Peter MacGibbon, bass
Graydon Nichols, guitar
Produced by John Switzer & Andrew Cash, 1988
Mixed by Joe Primeau
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, New York

Andrew Cash b. Toronto January 22, 1962

Cash was in a band (L’Etranger) with Charlie (Chuck) Angus in the early 80s before forming The Andrew Cash Band and signing to Island Records. Meanwhile, Angus started his own band, The Grievous Angels, in 1987 and won election to the House of Commons in 2004. Later,  Andrew got elected and was a Member of Parliament (MP) from 2011 to 2015. This probably makes them the only two MPs ever elected that were in the same punk band together.

13. 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 bass player 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.

14. Stan Kenton Orchestra: They Didn’t Believe Me
(Jerome Kewrn)
General Electric Presents “All Together Now”: Capitol Records SNLB 2537
Witchita, Kansas
Stan Kenton - piano, conductor
Joe Burnett, Bud Brisbois, Frank Huggins, Roger Middleton, Jack Sheldon - trumpet
Jim Amlotte, Kent Larsen, Archie Le Coque, - trombone
Bob Olson, Bill Smiley - bass trombone
Lennie Niehaus - alto saxophone
Richie Kamuca, Bill Trujillo – ten sax
Billy Root, Sture Swenson – bt saxophone
Red Kelly bass, vocals
Jerry McKenzie - drums

Produced 1961 by General Electric
Song Produced by Lee Gillette and Kent Larsen, 1959
Recorded live at the Blue Room of the Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas NV, in 1958

Stanley Newcomb Kenton b. December 15, 1911 Wichita, KS / d. August 25, 1979 (aged 67) LA

Inducted into the Grammy Award Hall of Fame 1985

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