33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#51
December 8, 2014


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A Searching Cockroach Serenade

Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now

Hour 1 - spotlight on Cockroaches

1.   A Foot In Cold Water: Play My Guitar (Paul Neumann)*
2.   Blue Rodeo: 5 A.M. (Jim Cuddy / Gregg Keelor)*
3.   Brave Belt: Another Way Out (Randy Bachman / Chad Allan)*
4.   Bruno Gerussi’s Medallion: The One That Got Away (Tom Harrison / Jimmy Walker)*
5.   Denise Emond: La Chanson des Etoiles du Hockey: Song of Jean Beliveau*
6.   Figgy Duff: Honour, Riches (Noel Dinn / William Shakespear)*
7.   The Beatles: Strawberry Fields Forever (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
8.   Mendelson Joe: Cockroach (Mendelson Joe)*
9.   Shuffle Demons: Out Of My House, Roach! (Dave Parker)*
10  Horn: Roach – A: Roach B: A March (Bruce Burron)*
11  Evaporators: Honk The Horn (Evaporators)*
12  Stan Hiltz Orchestra: Cheri Bim (Trad)*
13  Blues Magoos: Intermission

Hour 2 - spotlight on Sugar & Spice, 1963 LP by The Searchers

1.   The Searchers: Sugar & Spice (Fred Nightingale)
2.   The Searchers: Oh My Lover (R Mack)
3.   The Searchers: Ain’t That Just Like Me (Carrol / Guy)
4.   The Searchers: Cherry Stones (J Jerome)
5.   The Searchers: Don’t Cha Know (D Box / E Hall)
6.   The Searchers: Some Other Guy (Leiber / Stoller)
7.   The Searchers: Don’t Throw Your Love Away (Jackson / Wisner)
8.   The Searchers: I Pretend I’m With You (Chris Curtis)
9.   The Searchers: One Of These Days (Hawkins / Magill)
10  The Searchers:Listen To Me (Hardin / Petty)
11  The Searchers: Da Doo Ron Ron (Greenwich / Barry / Phil Spectar)
12  The Searchers: Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya (Smith)
13  Ray Charles: Bye Bye Love (F Bryant / B Bryant)
14  The Who: I’ve Been Away (J Entwistle)
15  David Clayton-Thomas: Out Of The Sunshine (David Clayton-Thomas / Tom Collacott)*
16  The Guess Who: Sour Suite (Burton Cummings)*
17  Gordon Lightfoot: Daisy Doo (Gordon Lightfoot)*
18  Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks: Diddley Diddley Daddy (McDaniels)*
19  The Busters: Bust Out (Dave Benjamin)
20  Blues Magoos: That’s All Folks

Hour 1

1.   Blue Rodeo: 5 A.M. (Jim Cuddy / Gregg Keelor)*
Casino: WEA – 17 27701
Toronto ON
Greg Keelor: guitar, vocals
Jim Cuddy: guitar, vocals
Bazil Donovan: bass
Mark French: drums
Bob Wiseman:keys, accordion
Produced by Pete Anderson – 1990
Recorded by Judy Clapp & Peter Doell at Capitol Studios, Hollywood and Track Record Studios, North Hollywood CA
Mixed at Capitol Studios by Judy Clapp
 

2. A Foot In Cold Water: Play My Guitar (Paul Neumann)*
Braking Through: Anthem Records – ANR 1-1008
Toronto ON
Alex Machin: vocals
Paul Neumann: guitars
Danny Taylor: drums
Hugh Leggat: bass
Produced by Paul Neumann & the band – 1977
Recorded by Mike Jones w Mark Grendel & Greg Marshall at Sounds Interchange, Toronto
Mastered by Joe Bresail at The Record Plant, NYC

Hugh Leggat: from Lords of London & Nucleus
LoL had a 1967 hit with Cornflakes & Ice Cream. Band formed in North York in ‘65. By 1968 they got tired of being a teenybopper band and reformed as Nucleus. Greg Fitzpatrick, Nucleus & LOL bass player, is now living in Bay Roberts, NFLD
AFICW formed in 1971 out of Nucleus. Band released 4 albums before petering out in 1978.

3.   Brave Belt: Another Way Out (Randy Bachman / Chad Allan)*
Brave Belt II: Reprise – 2057
Winnipeg MB
Randy Bachman: guitar, vocals
Fred Turner: lead vocals, bass
Robin Bachman: drums
Chad Allan: keys, vocals
Produced by Randy Bachman – 1972
Recorded by Mark Smith w Allan Moy & Cub Richardson at RCA Studios, Toronto

After Bachman left Guess Who he formed this ‘folk’ band with bro Randy & ex-Guess Who lead vocalist Chad Allan. Recorded 1 LP and required bass player for touring so hired Fred Turner. Allan quite before BBII was completed and sang on a few songs. He was replaced by Turner on lead vocals. The demo for BBIII became the first BTO LP.

4.   Bruno Gerussi’s Medallion: The One That Got Away (Tom Harrison / Jimmy Walker)*
In Search of the Fourth Chord: WEA – 25 64421
Vancouver BC
Jim Elliott, bass
Tom Harrison, percussion, vocals
Bruce Faulkner, drums
Ron Hyslop, guitar
Jimmy Walker, guitar, bass, keys
Produced by Ra McGuire – 1989
Recorded by Howard Rissin at Ocean Studios, Vancouver

Named after Beechcomer BG who approved of the name  (7 May 1928 – 21 November 1995)

5.   Denise Emond avec Les Compliments: La Chanson des Etoiles du Hockey: Song of Jean Beliveau (Grimaldi / Emond)*
45 Single: Columbia C 6717
Montreal QC
Produced 1956

Denise Emond aka ti-Mousse made several recordings with partner ti-Gus aka Réal Béland. LPs incl Un soiree au Casa Loma, in Toronto. Known as comedy duo. She was an actress. Began professional entertaining in 1952. Beland died in 1983 but she still does some acting in Quebec.

6.   Figgy Duff: Honour, Riches (Noel Dinn / William Shakespear)*
After The Tempest: Boot Records – BOS 7243
St. John’s NL
Pamela Morgan: guitar, vocals
Dave Panting: mandolin
Geoff Butler: Accordion
Derek Pelley: bass
Noel Dinn: drums d 1993
Produced by Tom Trecumuth – 1983
Recorded Dan Kuntz at Studio 306, Toronto
Mixed by Mark Wright & Lenny DeRose at Phase One Studios, Toronto
Mastered by George Graves at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto
Cover by Ian Bell

7.   The Beatles: Strawberry Fields Forever (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
45 Single: Capitol Records – 5810
Liverpool UK
Paul McCartney: bass
John Lennon: guitar
George Harrison: lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums
Produced by George Martin – 1966

8.   Mendelson Joe: Cockroach (Mendelson Joe)*
Not Safe: Ind Cassette
Mendelson Joe: guitar, vocal
Colin Linden: electric guitar
Emsdale, ON
Produced by Mendelson Joe - 1982
Recorded by John Oswald at The Music Gallery, Toronto
Sold at Ring Music, Toronto
http://www.mendelsonjoe.com/ or mailto:info@karenrobinsongallery.com

This is from a cassette that was basically only sold at Ring Music in Toronto – signed in gold ink by M Joe.
 “I put Not Safe out on cassette because no record company would touch it because it’s not too safe. He calls Cockroach “My reality.”

9.   Shuffle Demons: Out Of My House, Roach! (Dave Parker)*
Streetniks: Stubby Records - R-001
Toronto ON
Rich Underhill - alto, baratone sax
Mike Murley - tenor, baratone, alto sax
Dave Parker - tenor sax
Jim Vivian - bass
Stich Wynston - drums
Produced by The Shuffle Demons and Michael Wojewoda - 1986
Recorded by Michael Wojewoda, Paul Edwards & Roman Zak at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton
Mastered by George Graves at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto
http://www.shuffledemons.com/ or mailto:info@shuffledemons.com

10  Horn: Roach – A: Roach B: A March (Bruce Burron)*
On The People’s Side: Special Records (GRT) 9230-1028
Toronto ON
Les Clackett, vocals
Bruce Burron, guitar
Gary Hynes, guitar
Alan Duffy, bass
David deLaunay, keys
Wayne Jackson, trumpet
Billy Bryans, drums
Produced by Alan Duffy, Billy Bryans and Horn – 1972
Recorded and mixed by Brock Fricker at Thunder Sound Studios, Toronto

Didn’t stay together too long. This is their only vinyl output.
Billy Bryans left to go into Government; Wayne Jackson went to Downchild

11  Evaporators: Honk The Horn (Evaporators)*
Honk The Horn EP: NardWuar Records – Cleo II / Mint Records – MRS048
Vancouver BC
John Collins: bass, guitar, organ, percussion
Scott Livingstone: drums
Nardwuar the Human Serviette aka John Ruskin: organ, vocal
David Carswell: guitar, vocals
Produced by The Evaporators – 2001
Recorded at JC/DC studios by John Collins & David Carswell
nardwuar@nardwuar.com

Formed in 1986 by Vancouver media personalty Ruskin (Nardwaur).

12  Stan Hiltz Orchestra: Cheri Bim (Trad)*
Kosher Style: World / Audat Custom Records – WRC 251
Toronto ON
Stan Hiltz: keys, vocals
Leonard Shacter: trumpet, vocals
Arnie Wiskin: percussion, vocals
Lawrence Sereda: sax, flute, clarinet
Len Lytwyn: drums
Marty Hiltz: trumpet, trombone
Danny Colomby: guitar, bass
Produced – 1976

13  Blues Magoos: Intermission (Mike Esposito)
Electric Comic Book: Mercury Records - 5301
New York City
Ralph Scala - keyboards, vocals
Emil “Peppy” Theilhelm – guitar, vocals
Ron Gilbert – bass, vocals
Mike Esposito – guitar
Geoff Daking – drums, percussion
Produced by Bob Wyld, Art Polhemus  - April 1967

Hour 2 – Feature on Sugar & Spice by The Searchers

1.   The Searchers: Sugar & Spice (Fred Nightingale aka Tony Hatch)
2.   The Searchers: Oh My Lover (Ronnie Mack)
3.   The Searchers: Ain’t That Just Like Me (Earl Carroll, Billy Guy)
4.   The Searchers: Cherry Stones (John Jerome)
5.   The Searchers: Don’t Cha Know (David Box, Ernie Hall)
6.   The Searchers: Some Other Guy (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Richard Barrett)
7.   The Searchers: Don’t Throw Your Love Away (Jackson / Wisner)
8.   The Searchers: I Pretend I’m With You (Chris Curtis)
9.   The Searchers: One Of These Days (Ronnie Hawkins, Jacqueline Magill)
10  The Searchers:Listen To Me (Charles Hardin, Norman Petty)
11  The Searchers: Da Doo Ron Ron (Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich)
12  The Searchers: Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya (James Marcus Smith)

Sugar & Spice: Pye Records – NPL-30044
Liverpool UK
Tony Jackson: lead vocals, bass
Chris Curtis: drums
Michael Pender: lead guitar
John McNally: rhythm guitar
Produced by Tonly Hatch - 1963

The Band formed in 1959 by John McNally & Michael Pender taking the name from John Ford western The Searchers (1956)
Tony Jackson(born Anthony Paul Jackson, 16 July 1938, The Dingle, Liverpool, Lancashire — died 18 August 2003,Nottingham
Chris Crummey aka Curtis (26 August 1941 – 28 February 2005)
John McNally (born 30 August 1941 in Walton, Liverpool, England)
Mike (Prendergast) Pender (born on 3 March 1942 in Kirkdale, Liverpool, Lancashire)
The first Pye single; 'Sweets For My Sweet' featured Tony Jackson as main vocalist supported by Pender and Curtis and shot to number one in the UK in 1963
Saw ‘em at Harbourfront Centre in the early 80s – as far as I can tell, their first appearance in Toronto

13  Ray Charles: Bye Bye Love (F Bryant / B Bryant)
Modern Sounds in Country & Western Music: Sparton / ABC Paramount – ABC-410
Greenville FLA
Ray Charles: vocal, piano
The Raelettes: Darlene McCrea, Margie Hendricks, Patricia Lyles, and Gwendolyn Berry: bg vocals
Hank Crawford – alto saxophone
Gil Fuller, Gerald Wilson – arrangements (big band)
Marty Paich – arrangements (strings)
Produced by Ray Charles, Sid Feller – 1962
Recorded by Frank Abbey & Gene Thompson , Feb 5-7, 1962 at Capitol Studios, New York City

Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004)
1947, Charles moved to Tampa where he had two jobs, one as a pianist for Charlie Brantley's Honeydrippers, a seven-piece band, and another as a member of a white country band called The Florida Playboys
First real cross-over from black to white genre was considered a major contribution to the civil rights movement. From then on, Charles was considered by whites to be a country musician while blacks still considered him to be a soul and blues man. He walked on the tip of the razor without cutting himself.
Many country music artists such as Willie Nelson and Buck Owens have cited Charles's take on the genre with the album as a major influence

14  The Who: I’ve Been Away (J Entwistle)
45 Single bw Happy Jack: Reaction Records – 591010
London UK
Pete Townsend: guitar, vocals
Roger Daltry: vocals
John Entwistle: bass, french horn
Keith Moon: drums
London UK
Produced by Kit Lambert – 1966

Bassist John Entwistle and drummer Keith Moon recorded this song by themselves while guitarist Pete Townshend and singer Roger Daltrey were out of the studio. This song, along with "In the City," were the only two to feature Entwistle and Moon by themselves.

15  David Clayton-Thomas & Shays: Out Of The Sunshine (David Clayton-Thomas / Tony Collacott)*
Back On The Street Again: Pickwick SPC-3245
Toronto ON
David Clayton-Thomas: vocals
Fred Keeler, lead guitar
Scott Richards, bass
John Netherell, drums
Ritchie Cates, rhythm guitar.
First Produced by Duff Roman – 1965
The Album Production not listed – circa 1972

This LP is a joint LP: Side 1 – DCT – Side 2: Linda Ronstadt & Stone Poneys
David Henry Thomsett 3 September 1941(age 73) Kingston upon Thames,Surrey UK
Recorded several singles w Shays on Atca and Roman records.
Shays were together for about 3 yrs.

16  The Guess Who: Sour Suite (Burton Cummings)*
45 Single: Nimbus – 74-0578
Winnipeg MB
Burton Cummins: keys, vocal
Kurt Winter: guitar
Jim Kale: bass
Garry Patterson: drums
Gregg Liskew: guitar
Produced by Jack Richardson  - 1971
Recorded at RCA's Mid-America Recording Center, Chicago, Illinois

Winter died of kidney failure aged 51 on December 14, 1997

17  Gordon Lightfoot: Daisy Doo (Gordon Lightfoot)*
45 Single bw I’m the One: Chateau Records – C-142
Orillia & Toronto ON
Gordon Lightfoot: vocal, guitar
Orchestra & Chorus conducted by Sammy Lowe
Produced by Louis Innis & Art Snider – 1962
Recorded in Nashvill TN
Released August 1962

Released on Decca in UK
1 of 3 singles released on Chateau contained on 1972 Early Lightfoot LP
1st single LESSON IN LOVE* / SWEET POLLY* released as The Two Tones on Quality

18  Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks: Diddley Diddley Daddy (McDaniels)*
45 Single bw Bluebirds Over The Mountain: Hawk Records – HR106
Peterborough ON
Ronnie Hawkins: vocals
Robbie Lane & Disciples
Produced by Ronnie Hawkins - 1965

January 10, 1935 (age 79) Huntsville, Arkansas
Officer of the Order of Canada (honorary), 2013
Ellas Otha Bates (December 30, 1928 – June 2, 2008) aka Bo Diddley or Elias McDaniels

19  The Busters: Bust Out (Dave Benjamin)
45 Single bw Astronaut’s: Reo Records – 8733X
Greenfield, Mass
Fran Parda, drums
Alan Orkins, lead guitar
John Chappel, rhythm guitar
Freddie Cole, 2nd guitar
Al Marczyk, tenor sax
Jack Baker, bass
Produced – 1963

Actually a band called Northern Lights from the Boston area. They used The Busters name for this release only.
The song, originally called Typhoid,  came from an earlier incarnation of the band known then as The Sapphires.

And now for an 8 second song:

20  Blues Magoos: That’s All Folks (Porky Pig)
Electric Comic Book: Mercury Records - 5301
New York City



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