33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#55
January 5, 2015


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

Hour One

1.   Loggins & Messina: Back To Georgia (Kenny Loggins) 1971
2.   Richard Knechtel: All The Way To Georgia (Richard Knechtel) 1981 *
3.   Alex Chilten: Dalai Lama (Alex Chilten) 1987
4.   Cal Cavendish: Them Foreign Cows (Cal Cavendish) 1969 *
5.   Cal Cavendish: Sitar Pickin’ Man (Cal Cavendish) 1972 *
6.   The Chalets: Von Den Blauen Bergen (German Cowboy Song) (Heinz Woezel)  1968*
7.   Margaret Christl: The Furze Field (Trad) 1977 *
8.   Oscar Brand: The Jolly Tinker (Trad) 1950*
9.   Slim Gaillard & Slam Stewart: Chicken Rhythm or The Dirty Rooster (Slim Gaillard) 1938
10  Eric Bogle: Birds of a Feather (Eric Bogle) 1985
11  Peter Hammill: The Ritual Mask (Peter Hammill) 1982
12  Nusrat Fatah Ali Khan: Noor Azli Chamkia (Trad) 1982
13  Jon Hassell: Ba Benzele (Jon Hassell) 1981 *
14  Jim McHarg’s Jazz Stompers: Manitoba Moon (F Grant) 1967*

Hour Two

1.   Joan MacIsaac: Wintersong (Joan MacIsaac) 1982 *
2.   Hank Williams: I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive (Hank Williams / Rose) 1951
3.   Bill Garrett: Northbound Train (Bill Garrett) 1978 *
4.   Stevedore Steve: I’m A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote) 1971 *
5.   Randy Newman: Masterman & Baby J (Randy Newman) 1988
6.   Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: What Are You Doin’ In My Life (Tom Petty) 1979
7.   Weddings Parties Anything: A Summons In The Morning (Mick Thomas) 1988
8.   The Fall: Rebellious Jukebox (Mark Smith / Martin Bramah) 1979
9.   Jools Holland: Mess Around (Ahmet Ertegun) 1978
10  The Payolas: Jukebox (Paul Hyde) 1980 *
11  John Cale: Memphis (Chuck Berry) 1977
12  Velvet Underground: Run Run Run (Lou Reed) 1967
13  The Who: Run Run Run (Peter Townsend) 1966
14  Love: 7 & 7 Is (Arthur Lee) 1966
15  Bunny Hobbs: Goodnight Sweetheart (J Campbell / Reg Connoly) 1959  *

*CanCon = 45/%

And now for the Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Loggins & Messina: Back To Georgia (Kenny Loggins)
Sittin’ In: Colulmbia Records – C 31044
Los Angeles CA
Kenny Loggins: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Larry Sims: bass
Jim Messina: guitar, vocals
Merel Bregante: drums
Jon Clarke: saxes, oboe, steel drum
Lester A Garth: sax
Michael Omartian: keys
Milt Holland: percussion
Produced by Jim Messina – 1971
Recorded by John Fiore
Mixed by Alex Kazenegras
Mastered by Alex Kazenegras

1971–1976
Jim Messina, formerly of Poco and Buffalo Springfield b. California December 5, 1947 (age 67)
Kenneth Clark Loggins December 5, 1947 (age 67) was a songwriter. His first LP was being produced by Messina and thus, they became a duo. Sold 16 million records

2.   Richard Knechtel: All The Way To Georgia (Richard Knechtel) *
Musician At Large: Greentree Music – GT-3
Walkerton ON
Dick Knechtel: guitar, vocals
Grant Cummins, Gail Fenton & Rick Hutt: bg vocals
Murray Giilck: drums
Gord Ogilvie: bass
Dave Scott: guitar
Pee Wee Charles: pedal steel
Produced by Richard Knechtel & JOP – 1981
Recorded at JB Sound, Hamilton ON
Mixed by Walt Maynard, Richard Knechtel & John Boyd
Mastered by Alan Moy at JAMF studios

3.   Alex Chilten: Dalai Lama (Alex Chilten)
High Priest: New Rose Records – ROSE 130
Memphis TN
Alex Chilten: guitar, vocal
Doug Garrison: drums
Ron Easley: bass
George Reinecke: guitar
Produced by Alex Chilten – 1987
Recorded by Mark Culp & Tom Lanne

William Alexander "Alex" Chilton (December 28, 1950 – March 17, 2010)
best known as the lead singer of The Box Tops (1966 – 70) and Big Star
As lead singer for The Box Tops, Chilton enjoyed at the age of 16 a number-one international hit, "The Letter."
High Priest his 3rd solo LP

4.   Cal Cavendish: Them Foreign Cows (Cal Cavendish) *
Mountain Road: Birchmount Records – BM 512
Calgary AB
Cal Cavendish: guitar, vocals
Produced 1969

5.   Cal Cavendish: Sitar Pickin’ Man (Cal Cavendish) *
This Is Cavendish Country: COP Records – Z10 75
Calgary AB
Produced by Cal Cavendish – 1972

Lost his pilot licence early 1975 due to depression
Jettisoned 100 records and 100 lbs of manure on streets of Calgary after buzzing the Calgary tower.
Given a $3000 fine and never flew again.
Always a maverick.

6.   The Chalets: Von Den Blauen Bergen (German Cowboy Song) (Heinz Woezel) *
Dieter And Gunter: Polydor – CDP 5006
Quebec
Dieter Kohlrusch
Gunter Franke
Produced 1968

Came to Canada from Germany in 1963. Performed at German pav at Expo 67.

Some Dirty Folk Songs:

7.   Margaret Christl: The Furze Field (Trad) *
Jockey To The Fair: Woodshed Records – WS 009
Toronto ON
Margaret Christl: vocals
Grit Laskin: guitar, dulcimer, concertina, accordion
Produced by David Essig – 1977
Recorded at Sound Kettle Ltd, Kearney ON by Richard Thomas
Mastered by alan May at JAMF

8.   Oscar Brand: The Jolly Tinker (Trad) *
Bawdy Songs & Backroom Ballads Vol 3: Audio Fidelity – AFLP 1824
Winnipeg MB
Oscar Brand: guitar, vocal
Produced – 1950

B Winnipeg MB February 7, 1920 (age 94). Played alongside such legends of folk music as Lead Belly, Woody Guthrie, Josh White, The Weavers, and Pete Seeger. Wrote “Something to Sing About” aka “This Land Of Ours”.
e has been hosting the radio show Oscar Brand's Folksong Festival every Saturday at 10 p.m. on WNYC-AM 820 in New York City, now going into its 66th year. The show has run more or less continuously since its debut on December 10, 1945,[4] making it the longest-running radio show with the same host, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Over its run it has introduced such talents to the world as Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie, Huddie Ledbetter, Joni Mitchell, Peter, Paul & Mary, Judy Collins, Kingston Trio,Pete Seeger, and The Weavers. In order to make sure that his radio program could not be censored he has refused to be paid by WNYC for the past 65 years

9.   Slim Gaillard & Slam Stewart: Chicken Rhythm or The Dirty Rooster (Slim Gaillard)
Dr Boogie Presents Shim Sham Shimmy: Zu-Zazz Records ?– Z 2009
Slim Gaillard: guitar, vocal
Slam Stewart: bass, vocal
Produced - 1938

Bulee "Slim" Gaillard (January 4, 1916 -- February 26, 1991)
rose to prominence in the late 1930s as part of Slim & Slam, Guitarist, actor, linguist (concocted his own language called  Voutie – even wrote the dictionairy)

10  Eric Bogle: Birds of a Feather (Eric Bogle)
When The Wind Blows: Stony Plain Records – SPL 1075
Adelaide, Australia
Eric Bogle: vocals
Jim Munro: guitars, mandolin, vocals
Brent Miller: bass, vocals
Andy McGloin: drums
Phil Cuneen: synth
Trev Warner: fiddle
Bob McCarthy: banjo
Lynne Muir: bg vocal
Produced by Eric Bogle & John Munro – 1985
Recorded & Mixed by Peter Brook at Studio 202, Adelaide

Eric Bogle (born 23 September 1944) Peebles, Scotland. Emigrated to Australia 1969 and became a folk singer.
No Man’s Land & The Band Played Waltzing Matilda have been covered by dozens of artists.

Music & Rhythm: The WOMAD LP:

11  Peter Hammill: The Ritual Mask (Peter Hammill)
Music & Rhythm: Passport Records – PD 7501
Wiltshire UK
Peter Hammill: kora, percussion, vocals
Produced by Peter Hammill – 1982
Recorded by Peter Hammill & David Lord at Sofa Sound, Bath UK
Mixed at Crescent Studios, Bath

Played in Van der Graaf Generator late ‘60s, early 70s

12  Nusrat Fatah Ali Khan: Noor Azli Chamkia (Trad)
Music & Rhythm: Passport Records – PD 7501
Pakistan
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: lead vocal
Mujahed Mubarek Ali Khan: vocals
Farakh Ali Khan: harmonium, vocals
M Iqbal Qusori: vocals
Thalid: vocals
Produced 1982

Pakistani born Qawwali singer – Sufi songs

13  Jon Hassell: Ba Benzélé (Jon Hassell)
Music & Rhythm: Passport Records – PD 7501
Toronto ON
Jon Hassell: trumpet
Michael Brook: mbira
Aiyb Dieng: talking drum
Brian Eno: synths
Produced by Jon Hassell – 1981
Recorded at Ontario College of Art November 14, 1982 by Paul Fitzgerald
Live Mix: Richard Henderson
Remix by Michael Brook

Song first appeared on 1980 album with Brian Eno entitled Fourth World Vol 1: Possible Musics.
Fourth World Music is a term he created to describe the sound that is a fusion of primitive and futuristic.

14  Jim McHarg’s Jazz Stompers: Manitoba Moon (F Grant) *
Thumbs Up!: Arc Citation Series – AC 5016
Toronto ON
Jim McHarg: bass
Jim Galloway: clarinet, saxes
Charlie Gall: coronet
Jim Abercrombie: trombone
Dave Moodie: banjo, guitar
Bernie Nathan: drums
Produced by Ken Warriner – 1967
Recorded at Bay Studios, Toronto by Gary Starr

Jim Galloway (born James Braidie Galloway 28 July 1936 in Kilwinning, Ayrshire, Scotland) died in Toronto on Dec. 30, aged 78. The jazz clarinet and saxophone player emigrated in the mid-1960s and began his ensemble, the Wee Big Band, in the late 1970s. One of his albums, Walking On Air, was nominated for Best Jazz Album at the Juno Awards of 1980. He was artistic director of the Toronto Jazz Festival from 1987 to 2009

Hour Two

1.   Joan MacIsaac: Wintersong (Joan MacIsaac) *
Wintersong: Mad Mansion Music – MMM 001
Edmonton AB
Joan MacIsaac: vocals, acoustic guitars
Lyall Steel: classical guitar, tenor banjo
Allan Davison: bass
Mike Harney: drums
Mairi MacLean, Allan Stein, Connie Kaldor: bg vocals
Produced by Lyall Steel 1982
Recorded by Mo Marshall at Woodbend Studios, Devon AB Feb June, 1982
Mastered by George Graves at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Joan MacIsaac was a Canadian folk singer & songwriter. She was born on April 13, 1955 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She passed away from Cancer on August 19, 1991 at the age of 36, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

2.   Hank Williams: I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive (Hank Williams / Fred Rose)
45 single bw I Could Never Be Ashamed of You: MGM 11366
Produced September 1952

Reached #1 just after his death, Jan 1, 1953

3.   Bill Garrett: Northbound Train (Bill Garrett) 1978 *
Bill Garrett: Posterity / Woodshed Records PWS 014
Montreal QC
Bill Garrett guitars, vocals
Curly Boy Stubbs: guitar
Pepe Francis: electric guitars, dobro
David Essig: mandolin
Ron Dann: pedal steel, dobro
Kim Brandt: bass
Dave Lewis: drums
Produced by Paul Mills 1979
Recorded by Danial Lanois at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON
Cover by Ian Bell

4.   Stevedore Steve: I’m A Truck Driver (Stephen J Foote) *
I've Lived: Boot Records - BOS 7111
Saint John, NB
Produced by Fred McKenna - 1971
Recorded by Jim MOrgan and George Semkiw at Captain Audio, RCA
http://www.backtothesugarcamp.com/steveindex.htm

b. Jan 9, 1938 in Saint John

5.   Randy Newman: Masterman & Baby J (Randy Newman)
Land Of Dreams: Reprise – 92 257731
Los Angeles CA
Randy Newman: vocals, keys
Mark Knopfler: guitars
Guy Fletcher: synclavier
Leland Sklar: bass
Carlos Vega: drums
Produced by Mark Knopfler – 1988
Recorded at various studios
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

Randall Stuart Newman b November 28, 1943 (age 71) Los Angeles,

6.   Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: What Are You Doin’ In My Life (Tom Petty)
Damn The Torpedos: Backstreet Records – MCA 5105
Gainsville FL
Tom Petty: guitars, harmonica, lead vocals
Benmont Tench: keys, vocals
Mike Campbell: guitars
Stan Lynch: drums, vocals
Ron Blair: bass
Produced by Tom Petty & Jimmy Lovine – 1971
Recorded by Shelly Yakus at Sound City, Van Nuys CA & Cherokee Studios, Hollywood CA
Mixed at Cherokee Studios & The Record Plant, NYC
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Serling Sound, NYC

7.   Weddings Parties Anything: A Summons In The Morning (Mick Thomas)
Roaring Days: WEA 25 54301
Melbourne, Australia
Pete Lawler - bass guitar, vocals
Marcus Schintler - drums, vocals
Dave Steel - guitar, vocals
Mick Thomas - guitar, vocals
Mark Wallace - piano accordion, keyboards, vocals
Produced by Alan Thorne 1988

1984-99
Covered Tex Morton’s 1930 song Sergeant Small about the Queensland Railway Police, which had been banned soon after its release in Australia. Spent better part of a year in Canada, learning Stompin’ Tom and other Canadian songs for their live shows here. Did a great Sudbury Saturday Night.

8.   The Fall: Rebellious Jukebox (Mark Smith / Martin Bramah)
IRS Greatest Hits Vols 2&3: IRS Records – SP 70800
Manchester UK
Mark E Smith: vocals
Yvonne Pawlett: electric piano
Marc Riley: bass
Martin Bramah: guitar, vocals
Karl Burns: drums
Produced by The Fall with Bob Sargeant – 1979
Compilation produced by IRS – 1980
From the LP Live At The Witch Trials – SP 003

Formed 1976 and have since released over 30 studio albums.
One of John Peel’s favourite punk bands

9.   Jools Holland: Mess Around (Ahmet Ertegun)
IRS Greatest Hits Vols 2&3: IRS Records – SP 70800
London UK
Jools Holland: piano, vocals
Glenn Tilbrook: guitar
Brent Croft: bass
Gilson Lavis: drums
Deptford Boys Choir: bg vocals
Produced by Jools Holland & Glenn Tilbrook - 1978
Compilation produced by IRS – 1980
From EP Boogie Woogie ‘78

(born 24 January 1958) founder of the band Squeeze. 1st solo recording was the BW EP

10  The Payolas: Jukebox (Paul Hyde) *
IRS Greatest Hits Vols 2&3: IRS Records – SP 70800
Vancouver BC
Bob Rock: guitar
Gary Middleclass: bass
Paul Hyde: guitar, vocals
Taylor Nelson Little: drums
Produced by Bob Rock and Payolas – 1980
Compilation produced by IRS – 1980
From Illegal Records mini-LP Introducing Payolas (IR 7701)

one of the most prominent and successful platinum-selling Canadian bands of the early 1980s. 1978-88

11  John Cale: Memphis (Chuck Berry)
IRS Greatest Hits Vols 2&3: IRS Records – SP 70800
Garnant, Wales
John Cale: vocals, guitar, piano
Ritchie Fliegler: lead guitar
Bruce Brody: moog
Jimmy Bain: bass
Kevin Currie: drums
Produced by John Cale – 1977
Compilation produced by IRS – 1980
From Illegal Records EP Animal Justic (IL 003)

John Davies Cale, OBE (born 9 March 1942)
Cale was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as member of the Velvet Underground in 1996, and appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2010.

12  Velvet Underground: Run Run Run (Lou Reed)
The Velvet Underground & Nico: Verve (Canada) – mono – V 5008
New York City
Lou Reed: guitar, vocals
Sterling Morrison: guitar, bass
John Cale: electric viola, piano, bass
Maureen Tucker: percussion
Produced by Andy Warhol – 1967
Recorded by Omi Haden at TTG Hollywood
Mixed by Tom Wilson , Gene Radice & David Green

active between 1964 and 1973, formed in New York City by Lou Reed and John Cale.
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996

13  The Who: Run Run Run (Peter Townsend)
A Quick One / Sell Out: Decca MCA2-4067
London UK
Roger Daltrey Vocals
John Entwistle Bass Guitar [Horns] and Vocals
Keith Moon Drums
Pete Townshend Guitar and Vocals
Produced by Kit Lambert 1966

14  Love: 7 & 7 Is (Arthur Lee)
Revisited: Electra – EKS 74058
Los Angeles CA
Arthur Lee – lead vocals, harmonica, guitar, drums, percussion
Johnny Echols – lead guitar
Bryan MacLean – rhythm guitar, vocal
Ken Forssi – bass
Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer – organ, harpsichord
Michael Stuart – drums, percussion (On "7 and 7 Is", either Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer or Arthur Lee plays drums. Michael Stuart and Tjay Cantrelli do not appear.)
Tjay Cantrelli – saxophone, flute, percussion
Produced by Paul Rothchild, Jac Holzman, Mark Abramson, Bruce Botnick & Arthur Lee – 1970
From the LP Da Capo – Produced by Paul Rothchild
Recorded by Dave Hassinger & Bruce Botnick

15  Bunny Hobbs: Goodnight Sweetheart (J Campbell / Reg Connoly) *
Canada's Sweetheart - Bunny Hobbs: Rodeo International - RLP 96
Halifax, NS
Baz Russell & His Orchestra
Produced - 1959



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