33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#75
May 25, 2015


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

Hour One

1.   The Three Reeds: Canadian Pacific (Ray Griff) 1968 *
2.   Gary Morris & Crossroads: Southern Queen (Gary Morris) 1977 *
3.   Big Slim The Lone Cowboy: Where The Old Red River Flows () 1961 *
4.   The Formerly Brothers with Queen Ida: Big Mamou (Trad) 1987 *
5.   Billy Holiday: Can’t Take That Away From Me (George & Ira Gershwin) 1937
6.   Billy Holiday:Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me (Russell / Ellington) 1944
7.   Billy Holiday: Them There Eyes (Pinkard / Taubin / Tracey) 1955
8.   Sonny Boy Williamson: Bring It On Home (Willie Dixon) 1972
9.   Sunnyland Slim: Just You And Me (A Laundrew) 1981
10. Bunny Hobbs: If I Had My Life To Live Over (Vincent / Tobias / Jaffe) 1960 *
11. Pee Wee Hunt Orchestra: After You’ve Gone (Turner Layton / Henry Creamer) 195?
12. Love Sculpture: So Unkind (Elmore James / Marshall Seborn) 1970
13. Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Drive Back (Neil Young) 1975 *
14. The Band: Just Another Whistle Stop (Richard Manuel / Robbie Robertson) 1970 *
15. Connivence: Le Boyau En Liberte (The Gut Feeling) (Steve Burman) 1977 *

CanCon = 53%

Hour Two

1.   The Stump Jumpers: New River Train (Trad) 1967
2.   Hank Karr: Paddlewheeler (Al Oster) 1981 *
3.   Ron Paxton & The Foothill Stompers: Banjo Gallop (Trad)
4.   Sim Rushton: It’s A Dream (Sim Rushton) 1977 *
5.   A Foot In Cold Water: Driftaway (Taylor / Machin / Naumann / Leggat) 1977 *
6.   Roy Kenner: Transparent Love (Roy Kenner / Domenic Troiano) 1982 *
7.   Donovan: Wear Your Love Like Heaven (Donovan Leitch) 1967
8.   Jackie de Shannon: He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands (Trad adapted by Dick Glasser) 1964
9.   Marcel Martel: Le belle Gaspesie (Marcel Martel) * circa 1965
10. Danny Romaniuk & The Tumbling Tumbleweeds: Movin’ Right Along (Danny Romaniuk) 1960 *
11. Karen Oxley & The Dixitech Seven: Finally (Sparling / Doucet / Doucet) 1974? *
12. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates: Shakin’ All Over (Johnny Kidd) 1960
13. David Clayton-Thomas & The Fabulous Shays: Take Me Back (DC Thomas / T Collacott) 1965 *
14. Danny Kirwin: I Can Tell (Danny Kirwin) 1977
15. Katrina & The Waves: Money Chain (V de la Cruz) 1986
16. Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: Tijuana Taxi (Ervan Coleman) 1965

CanCon = 50%

Total CanCon = 52%

And now for the particulars:

Hour One

1.   The Three Reeds: Canadian Pacific (Ray Griff) *
Jean, Windmills of Your Mind, Canadian Pacific & Other Hits: Arc Records – AS 816
Toronto ON
Bob Higgins: melody harmonica
Harry Cooper: bass harmonica
Maurice “Moe” Vint: polyphonia  harmonica
Produced by Phil G Anderson – 1968
Recorded by Gary Starr at Bay Studios, Toronto

Bob Higgins d. 2000 Moncton
Moe Vint: b. Thunder Bay
Together for over 10 yrs
larynx mikes attached to their throats and by using long leads to their amplifiers. This method gave them freedom to move anywhere on the stage

2.   Gary Morris & Crossroads: Southern Queen (Gary Morris) *
Southern Queen: Pokiok Records – 92721
Sussex NB
Gary Morris: guitar, vocal
Hal Pennell: bass
Terry LeBlanc: drums
Tommy Vickery: piano
Bucky Adams: sax
Al Feeney: organ
Produced by Gary Morris – 1977
Recorded by Pat Martin, Al Feeney & Grant Kennedy at Audio Atlantic, Halifax
Mixed by Al Feeney

born in Saint John in 1949
Created Crossroads in the mid-70s & recorded 2 lps
Currently runs Morris Music store in Sussex & Prime Time Productions recording studios (1982)

3.   Big Slim: Where The Old Red River Flows (Jimmy Davis) *
The Lone Cowboy: Arc Records – 523
Wheeling WV
Big Slim: vocals, guitar
Dan Penny: spanish & electric guitar, fiddle
Claude Bradimore: rhythm guitar
Dick Bradimore: steel
Bill Gibbs: bass
Produced by Dan Bass – 1961
Recorded in Toronto

H.C. McAulife b. 1904 Bluefield, WV – d. Oct 13, 1966 Wheeling WV
Began recording for Decca 1936
Began entertaining on the WWVA Wheeling West Virginia Jamboree 1937
Recorded 3 lps for the Arc Label in Canada at the end of his career.

4.   The Formerly Brothers with Queen Ida: Big Mamou (Trad) 1987 *
The Return of the Formerly Brothers: Stony Plain Records SPL 1104
Turner Valley AB, San Antonio, Belgium
Amos Garrett, vocals, guitar (born November 26, 1941, Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Doug Sahm, vocals, guitar, organ, dobro (November 6, 1941 November 18, 1999)
Gene Taylor, vocals, piano
Kit Johnson, bass
Bodhan Hluszko (Michelle Josef), drums
Produced by Holger Petersen 1987
Recorded by Colin Lay at Goede Creative, Edmonton, Alberta

formed at the 1986 Edmonton Folk Festival
Amos Garrett b. Toronto 1941: The Dirty Shames, Maria Muldaur, Great Speckled Bird
Doug Sahm b. San Antonio TX 1941 d. 1999 Taos NM: Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornados w Flaco Jimenez
Gene Taylor b. Norwalk Cal 1952: Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Canned Heat, The Blasters, Downchild Blues Band, The Fabulous Thunderbirds

5.   Billy Holiday: Can’t Take That Away From Me (George & Ira Gershwin) 1937
6.   Billy Holiday:Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me (Russell / Ellington) 1944
7.   Billy Holiday: Them There Eyes (Pinkard / Taubin / Tracey) 1955
Sings The Blues: Pickwick / Everest Records – SPC 3335
Philadelphia PA
Compilation Produced - 1973

born Eleanora Fagan April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959)
Began listening to Louis Armstrong when she was only 12, working at a bordello
Used her father’s last name Halliday (who played in Fletcher Henderson’s jazz band)
Discovered by John Hammond Sr who recorded her (at 18) with Benny Goodman’s band
Years of drug abuse landed her in prison several times. Died in 1959 of cirrhosis.

8.   Sonny Boy Williamson: Bring It On Home (Willie Dixon)
This Is My Story: Chess Records – 2CH50027
Helena AR
Produced by Phil & Leonard Chess with Willie Dixon – 1963
Compilation produced 1972 by Bob Scerbo
Recorded January 11, 1963 at Chess Studios in Chicago by Phil & Leonard Chess
Released 1966 on Checker Records

Alec Miller – Sonny Boy Williamson II b. on the Sara Jones Plantation in Tallahatchie County – d. Helena AR December 5, 1912 – May 24, 1965
Played in Miss. 1930s mostly as Rice Miller. Contemp of Robert Johnson & Lockwood. Played a lot w Elmore James.
By 1940 he called himself after Chicago blues man Sonny Boy Williamson aka Lee Curtis Williamson, died 1948.
1941 talked KFFA Radio Helena into giving him a spot sponsored by the King Biscuit Flour Co thus King Biscuit Time. Did this live gig, off and on, till the day he died in 1965.
Last recordings were with the Yardbirds & Animals – in UK

9.   Sunnyland Slim: Just You And Me (A Laundrew)
Just You And Me: Airway Records – AR 4747
Vance MS
Sunnyland Slim: piano, vocal
Rosie Rosenblatt: harmonica
Ronnie Horvath: 1st guitar
Bob Margolin: 2nd guitar
Sarah Brown: bass, bg vocal
Terry Bingham: drums
Dawna Rae: bg vocal
Produced by Andrew Laundrew & Jack Vaughan - 1981

Albert "Sunnyland Slim" Luandrew (September 5, 1906 – March 17, 1995 Chicago)
Began recording in 1946. Recorded with Canned Heat.

10. Bunny Hobbs: If I Had My Life To Live Over (Vincent / Tobias / Jaffe) *
Canada's Sweetheart - Bunny Hobbs: Rodeo International - RLP 96
Halifax, NS
Baz Russell & His Orchestra
Produced - 1959

11. Pee Wee Hunt Orchestra: After You’ve Gone (Turner Layton / Henry Creamer)
Dixieland Capers: Solitaire Records – 507
Mount Heathy OH
Produced – 195?

Walter Gerhardt Hunt (May 10, 1907, Mount Healthy, Ohio – June 22, 1979 in Plymouth, Massachusetts)
Began playing banjo and switched to trombone. Was co-founder of the Casa Loma Orchestra (as The Orange Blossoms in Detroit). Played 8 month gig in Toronto and changed their name before heading to NYC.

12. Love Sculpture: So Unkind (Elmore James / Marshall Seborn)
Blues Helping: Rare Earth R 505
Cardiff Wales, UK
John Williams: bass, vocals
Bob Jones: drums, vocals
Dave Edmunds: guitar, vocals, keys
Produced by Malcolm Jones & Kingsley Ward 1969
Recorded by Peter Mew

13. Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Drive Back (Neil Young) *
Zuma: Reprise MS 2242
Toronto / Winnipeg / California
Neil Young: guitar, vocals
Frank Sampedro: guitar
Billy Talbot: bass
Ralph Molina: drums
Produced by Neil Young & David Briggs - 1975

14. The Band: Just Another Whistle Stop (Richard Manuel / Robbie Robertson) *
Stage Fright: Capitol Records – SW 425
Toronto ON
Levon Helm: drums
Jamie Robbie Robertson: guitar
Richard Manuel: vocal, hammond Organ
Rick Danko: bass
Garth Hudson: keys, brass, woodwinds
Produced by The Band – 1970
Recorded by Todd Rundgren at Woodstock Playhouse, Woodstock NY
Mixed by Glyn Johns

15. Connivence: Le Boyau En Liberte (The Gut Feeling) (Steve Burman) *
Connivence: Kébec Disc – KD 938
Hull QC
Steve Burman: piano, vibraslap
Suzanne Sabourin: violin
Rameau: drums
Produced by Quintin Meek – 1977
Recorded by Marc at Listen Audio, Montreal
Mixed at Studio Six, Montreal

More of a collective of musicians than a band. Released 3 lps under this name, all with different groupings of musians whos shared costs and played on each others cuts.

Hour Two

1.   The Stump Jumpers: New River Train (Trad)
Pickin’ Grinnin’ N’ Singin’: Rural Rhythm – RRBE 180
Autoharp, Rhythm Guitar – Ginny Ensign
Banjo – John Wynn
Bass – Betty Wynn
Mandolin, Fiddle, Guitar – Bob Ensign
Resonator Guitar – Mike Davis
Produced by Uncle Jim O’Neal – 1967

Not to be confused with Newfie Stump Jumpers
Name is an insult for rednecks: meaning inbred

2.   Hank Karr: Paddlewheeler (Al Oster) *
Paddlewheeler and Other Northland Ballads: CBC  / Truly Fine Records – TFR/CBC – 1853
Whitehorse YT
Hank Karr: vocal
Dougie Trineer: bass, guitar, banjo
Ted Gerow: piano
Randall Prescott: harmonica
Serge Bougie: drums
Produced by Les McLaughlin – 1981
Recorded by Jean Guy Simard at Marc Studios, Ottawa

Born in Sask moved to Yukon in 1965 and still lives there today.
Represented Yukon at Expo 67
Al Oster came to Yukon in ’57 and set himself up as a bard, releasing 14 lps

3.   Ron Paxton & The Foothill Stompers: Banjo Gallop (Trad)
Ron Paxton & The Foothill Stompers: Aura Records – WRC1-1240
Calgary AB
Ron Paxton: mandolin, guitars, banjo, belt buckle, bass
Alex McDonald: violin, washboard
Donna Otte: piano, autoharp
Gerri Rothe: spoons
Produced by Ron Paxton – no date
Recorded by Michael Chursinoff and Gerri Rothe at Jonathon Recording Studio, Calgary

4.   Sim Rushton: It’s A Dream (Sim Rushton) *
From Me To You: No Label – QCS 1200
Springhill NS
Sim Rushton: guitar, vocal
Richard Conrad: guitar
Geoff Waddington: bass
Ian MacMillan: drums
Paul Mason: flute, electric piano, strings
Produced by the band - 1977
Recorded at Elderwall Sound, Dartmouth NS

Inspired by fiddler Johnny Mooring to make music a career
Got into religious music and became part time preacher with United Church

5.   A Foot In Cold Water: Driftaway (Taylor / Machin / Naumann / Leggat) *
Breaking Through: Anthem Records – ANR 1- 1008
Toronto ON
Alex Machin: vocals
Paul Naumann: guitars
Danny Taylor: drums
Hugh Leggat: bass
Produced by Paul Naumann & A Foot In Cold Water – 1977
Recorded by Mike Jones w/ Mark Grendel & Greg Marshall at Sounds Interchange, Toronto
Mastered at the Record Plant, NYC

6.   Roy Kenner: Transparent Love (Roy Kenner / Domenic Troiano) *
12 Extended play 45: Freedom Records FR-EP-002
Toronto ON
Produced by Domenic Troiano 1982
Recorded & Mixed at Metalworks, Amber Studios, Phase One & Sounds Interchange, Toronto

7.   Donovan: Wear Your Love Like Heaven (Donovan Leitch)
Wear Your Love Like Heaven: Epic Records – BLN 24349
Glasgow UK
Donovan: whistling, guitar, vocal
Cliff Barton: bass
Mike O’Neil: harpsichord, keys
Keith Webb: drums
Candy John Carr: congas, bongos
Harold McNair: flute
Mike Carr: vibes
Eric Leese: electric guitar
Produced by Micky Most – 1967
Recorded by Michael Ross Trevor at CBS Studios, London

Donovan Philips Leitch; 10 May 1946)

8.   Jackie de Shannon: He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands (Trad adapted by Dick Glasser)
Lonely Girl: Sunset Records – SUS 5225
Hazel KY
Song Produced – 1964
Originally on the LP Breakin' It Up On the Beatles Tour
Compilation produced - 1968

 (born Sharon Lee Myers, Hazel KY August 21, 1941)
Opened for the Beatles American tour 1964

9.   Marcel Martel: Le belle Gaspesie (Marcel Martel) *
Quand Le Soleil Dit Bonjour Aux Montagnes: Lero Records – L-760
Drummondville QC
Produced circa 1965

Feb 1, 1925 - April 13, 1999

10. Danny Romaniuk & The Tumbling Tumbleweeds: Movin’ Right Along (Danny Romaniuk)
Fiddlin’ Fingers: Aragon Records – ALP 122
BC
Arnie Nelson
Max Gabinet
Gavin Hussey
Barry Higgs
Mickey Martin
Pat Trudell
Produced by Al Reusch - 1960

2011 inducted into Northwest Western Swing Hall of Fame, Seattle

11. Karen Oxley & The Dixitech Seven: Finally (Sparling / Doucet / Doucet)
Finally: The Great Eastern Production Co. SR 7
Halifax / Dartmouth NS
Wint Sparling: trumpet
John Dodge: clarinet
Al Creelman: trombone
Nelson Ferguson: banjo
Tom Vickery: piano
Ron Gilkie: bass
Walter Scott: drums
Produced circa 1974
Recorded by Alan Feeney at Audio Atlantic, Halifax

Formed by members of the faculty of Nova Scotia Tech College who liked Dixieland jazz.

12. Johnny Kidd & The Pirates: Shakin’ All Over (Johnny Kidd / Gus Robinson)
Alan Freeman’s History of Pop: Arcade Records – ADE P 10
London UK
Johnny Kidd (Frederick Heath) - vocals (1959–66)
Alan Caddy - lead guitar (1959–61)
Brian Gregg - bass (1959–61)
Clem Cattini - drums (1959–61)
Joe Moretti: lead guitar (10 May 1938 – 9 February 2012)
Produced by Walter Ridley – 1960
Recorded at Abbey Road, 13 May 1960

One of the first British power trios.

13. David Clayton-Thomas & The Fabulous Shays: Take Me Back (DC Thomas / T 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.

14. Danny Kirwin: I Can Tell (Danny Kirwin)
Danny Kirwin: This Record Co. – 9238-9
London UK
Danny Kirwin: guitar, vocal
Steve Emery: bass
Jeff Rich: drums
John Cook: piano
Produced by Clifford Davis – 1976
Recorded by Louie Austin & Simon Davis

15. Katrina & The Waves: Money Chain (V de la Cruz)
Waves: Attic Records – LAT 1221
London UK
Kimberley Row: guitar, vocals
Vince De La Cruz: bass, guitar,
Katrina Leskanich: vocal, guitar
Alex Cooper: drums
Produced by Katrina & The Waves, Pat Collier & Scott Litt – 1986
Recorded at The Greenhouse and West Side, London Uk by Richard Sullivan
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

16. Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: Tijuana Taxi (Ervan Coleman)
Greatest Hits: A&M Records – SP 69854
Los Angeles CA
Herb Alpert: trumpet
John Pisano (guitar)
Nick Ceroli (drums)
Lou Pagani (piano)
Bob Edmondson (trombone)
Pat Senatore (bass)
Tonni Kalash (trumpet)
Julius Wechter (Marimbaist/percussionist)
Produced by Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss – 1965
Compilation produced by Alpert & Moss - 1970

Herbert "Herb" Alpert (born March 31, 1935)



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