33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
March 7, 2016

click pic to go to Campstreams page
It's Tangerine
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now

Hour One

1.   John Mayall’s Blues Breakers: Hartley Quits (Mick Taylor) 1968
2.   Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band: Working Stiff Experience (Minnie Heart / Bill Howard) 2013 *
3.   Danny Greenspoon: Gimme That Wine (Lamberts / Hendricks / Ross) 1977 *
4.   Morgan Davis: Morgan’s Blues (Morgan Davis) 1988 *
5.   Rory Gallagher: Used To Be (Rory Gallagher) 1972
6.   Mainline: I Am Normal (Mendelson Joe) 1971 *
7.   The Beatles: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (John Lennon / Paul McCartney) 1967
8.   John Allison: Tangerine (Mercer) 1977 *
9.   Sopwith Camel: Hello, Hello (MacNeil / Kraemer) 1967
10. OJ Abbott: On The Banks Of The Don (Trad) 1958 *
11. Brigand: On The Banks Of The Don (Trad) 1981 *
12. Justin Hayward: Doin’ Time (Justin Hayward) 1977
13. Ralf Bendix: Auf Wiedersehn (Storch) 1959

CanCon = 54%

Hour Two

1.   Mickey McGivern: Four Strong Winds (Ian Tyson) 1965 *
2.   Don Kennedy: Prince Edward County (Don Kennedy) 1987 *
3.   Prairie Oyster: Tom Cat (Chris Cuddy) 1986 *
4.   Paul Brodie: Dizzy Fingers (Sez Confrey) 1983 *
5.   The Breau Brummels: Laugh Laugh (Ron Elliott) 1964
6.   Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels: Too Many Fish In The Sea (Witfield / Holland) 1981
7.   Sly & The Family Stone: Dance To The Music (Sly Stone) 1969
8.   Henry Cuesta: Skyline Stomp (Johnny Burt) 1980 *
9.   Boozoo Chavis: Paper In My Shoe (Boozoo Chavis / Shuler) 1986
10. Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: Mexican Shuffle (Sol Lake)
11. Mirth: Childhood’s End (Allison Reynolds) 1977 *
12. Todd Rundgren: Compassion (Todd Rundgren) 1981
13. 1977: There’s A Light (Julie Kendall) 2007 *
14. The Rhythm Ramblers: Clover Leaf Reel (Gerald Bailey) *
15. Flaco Jimenez: Hasta La Vista (Flaco Jimenez) 1983

CanCon = 53%

Total CanCon = 54%

And Now For Your Particulars:

Hour One

1.   John Mayall’s Blues Breakers: Hartley Quits (Mick Taylor)
Bare Wires: London Records – PS 537
London UK
John Mayall: harmonica, keys, guitars
Chris Mercer: saxes
Dick Heckstall-Smith: saxes
Jon Hiseman: drums
Henry Lowther: cornet, violin
Mick Taylor: guitar
Tony Reeves: string bass, bass
Produced by Mike Vernon & John Mayall – 1968
Recorded by Derek Varnals at Decca West Hampstead Studios, London

Michael Kevin "Mick" Taylor (born 17 January 1949) Welwyn Garden City, England
Welwyn Garden City was the second garden city in England (founded 1920)
member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers (1966–69) and the Rolling Stones (1969–74)
began playing guitar at age nine
Age 16, sat in with the Blues Breakers after Eric Clapton didn’t show up for a gig 1965
He eventually replaced Peter Green a year later
Inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame (with the Rolling Stones, 1989)

2.   Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band: Working Stiff Experience (Minnie Heart / Bill Howard)
Tri-City Stomp: Duke of Erb Records WHRC 12-01
Kitchener ON
Minnie Heart: vocal, banjolin, violin, jug, kazoo, bass
Bill Howard: vocal, guitar, kazoo, washboard
Buck Thompson: bajitar, washboard, vocal
Willie Ames: cello, tenor guitar, vocal
John Smith: clarinet
Produced by Bill Howard & Minnie Heart 2012
Recorded at the Duke of Erb
Mixed by Matthew Knischewsky
Mastered by Harris Newman at Greymarket Mastering

3.   Danny Greenspoon: Gimme That Wine (Lamberts / Hendricks / Ross)
Air Mail Special: CBC Records – LM 445
Toronto ON
Danny Greenspoon: vocal, guitar
John Rehder: bass
Chris Rawlings: recorder
Steve Cole: guitar
Produced by Mark Goldman - 1977
Recorded by Marien Desrosiers and Andre Riopel

As a record producer, he has produced over fifty albums, including Great Big Sea, Ian Tyson, Colm Wilkinson, Sophie Milman, Jane Bunnett and Spirit Of The West. The albums have garnered 4 JUNO Award wins out of seventeen JUNO nominations, was the principal Popular Music recording producer for CBC Radio in the Toronto area from 1989 – 1996

As a guitarist he has accompanied some of the biggest names in the country, including long stints with Murray McLauchlan, Kate and Anna McGarrigle, Sylvia Tyson and The Great Speckled Bird
President and Chief Engineer of The Audio Truck Inc., a mobile recording studio

4.   Morgan Davis: Morgan’s Blues (Morgan Davis)
Grossman’s Live! 2: Spadina Beat Records – WRC1-5993
Halifax NS
Morgan Davis: vocal, guitar
Maureen Brown: drums
Gary Kendall: bass
Mike Pickett: harmonica
Mike McDonald: guitar
Produced by Mike McDonald – 1988
Recorded by Mike McDonald and Pat Rush live at Grossmans Tavern, Toronto

spent his childhood in Detroit, Michigan before relocating to Toronto, Canada in 1968
Originally lived in Rochdale College in Toronto where he immersed himself in the study of Delta Blues
Had the opportunity to see and play with many legendary performers. Bukka White, Johnny Shines, Sunnyland Slim,Snooky Pryor, Hubert Sumlin, and John Hammond Jr.

5.   Rory Gallagher: Used To Be (Rory Gallagher)
Deuce: Polydor Records 2383 076
Dublin IR
Rory Gallagher: guitars, vocal
Gerry McAvoy: bass
Wilgar Campbell: drums
Produced by Rory Gallagher 1972
Recorded by Robin Sylvester at Tangerine Studios, London

6.   Mainline: I Am Normal (Mendelson Joe)
Canada Our Home And Native Land: GRT Records 9230-1011
From Toronto, Canada
Zeke Sheppard: bass, mandolin, harmonica
Tony Nolasco: drums
Michael McKenna: guitar
Joe Mendelson: guitar, bass, harmonica, vocal
Produced by Adam Mitchell – 1971
Recorded & Mixed by Fred Catero at Pacific Recording Studio, San Mateo, CA
Recorded April May 1971
Cover Art: David Andoff

3 songs that mention Tangerines:

7.   The Beatles: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band: Capitol Records SMAS 2653
Liverpool UK
George Harrison lead guitar, tambura
John Lennon: vocals, guitar, maracas, piano
Paul McCartney: bass, Lowery Organ
Ringo Starr: drums
Produced by George Martin – 1967
Recorded March 1, 1967 at Abby Road Studios, London

“Tangerine Trees and Marmalade Skies”

8.   John Allison: Tangerine (Mercer)
Play A Simple Melody: CBC Records – LM-444
Toronto ON
John Allison: trumpet
Arnie Chycoski, Darryl Eaton, Bram Smith, Rob McConnell, John Capon, Bob Livingston: brass
Eugene Amaro, Bernie Piltch: reeds
Bruce Fraquhar: drums
Tom Szczesniak: bass
Bobby Edwards: guitar
Charlie Mountford: keys
Brian Leonard: percussion
Bill Richards: concert master
Produced by Paul Mills – 1977
Recorded by Larry Morey

Born in Toronto
has performed over the years with great artists such as Tony Bennett, Tom Jones, Peggy Lee, Engelbert Humperdinck to name but a few. Written music for Anne Murray, Wayne Newton, Boss Brass

9.   Sopwith Camel: Hello, Hello (MacNeil / Kraemer)
45 Single bw Treadin’: Kama-Sutra Records – KA 217
San Francisco
Peter Kraemer, vocal, sax
Terry MacNeil
William "Truckaway" Sievers, guitars
Martin Beard, bass
Norman Mayell, drums
Produced by Erik Jacobsen - 1967
Recorded by Val Valentin

“would you like some of my tangerine”

10. OJ Abbott: On The Banks Of The Don (Trad)
Folk songs of Ontario: Folkways Records – FM 4005
Ottawa ON
OJ Abbott: vocal
Produced by Moses Asch – 1958
Recorded by Edith Fowke

O.J. (Oliver John) Abbott. Folksinger, b Enfield, England, 1872, d Hull, Que, 3 Mar 1962.
Recorded the first version of Chapeau Boys

11. Brigand: On The Banks Of The Don (Trad)
Same Old songs, Same Old Habits: World Records – WRC1-1963
Guelph ON
Michael MacLeod: keys, melodian, whistle, percussion
John Black: bass, mandolin
Bob Downer: violin, mandolin
Kevin Swayze: lead vocal, guitars
Stephen Maskell: drums
Produced by Brigand - 1981
Recorded by Bill Mather at Elora Sound, Elora

Band formed 1980 by Michael MacLeod

12. Justin Hayward: Doin’ Time (Justin Hayward)
Songwriter: Derem Records – DES 18073
Swinden UK
Justin Hayward: vocal, all instruments
Produced by Tony Clarke – 1977
Recorded by Tony Clarke, Derek Varnals & Dave Baker at Threshold Studios, London UK
Mixed by Gary Ladinski at Westlake Studios, Los Angeles

Justin Hayward (born 14 October 1946) Swinden
best known as songwriter, lead singer and guitarist in the rock band The Moody Blues
replaced departing Moody Blues vocalist and guitarist Denny Laine 1966-74
First solo album

13. Ralf Bendix: Auf Wiedersehn (Storch)
Auf Wiedersehn: Capitol Records – T 10197
Dortmund-Wellinghofen, Germany
Ralf Bendix: vocal, guitar
Produced – 1959
Recorded in West Germany

Karlheinz  Schwab b. 16th August 1924 in Dortmund ; d. 1. September 2014 in Stansstad -Fürigen, Switzerland
Began working for TWA in 1952
Was in Pittsburgh PA for work. “there was a party of mainly airline people and I played guitar and sang a song or two. Some of the TWA folk too him to the local TV station where he performed live with “absolutely no ambition. This resulted in a recording contract.

As for the name Bendix: “I remembered the name of an immense aircraft factory in the USA and so I chose the name Bendix.

Front cover shot at Dusseldorf Airport

Hour Two

1.   Mickey McGivern: Four Strong Winds (Ian Tyson)
Twelve String Guitar: Arc Records – A 660
Pembroke ON
Mickey McGivern: 12 string guitar
Al Mathews: piano
Artie MacLaren: rhythm guitar
Bill Bartlett: drums
Mark McGivern: bass
Produced by Ben Weatherby – 1965

Mickey McGiverns career began with an inexpensive Palm Beach guitar at the age of 12 and, by the age 17, he was on road with The Kidd Baker Show.

Over the next twenty years, he fronted a number of bands, most notably Mickey McGivern & The Mustangs, touring Canada and the US and backing such artists as Del Reeves, Johnny Paycheck and Bob Luman.

Mickey became one of the most respected session guitarists in Canada, working for RCA, Quality and Arc Records. He has over 350 documented sessions to his credit, backing such artists as Johnny Burke, Artie McLaren and Dick Nolan. Indeed, its hard to find an Arc records from the 60s and early 70s that Mickey didnt play on.

Mickey was raised in Pembroke, Ontario where he still resides and continues to perform.

2.   Don Kennedy: Prince Edward County (Don Kennedy)
45 single bw inst version: HM Records – WRc3-5706
Picton ON
Don Kennedy: vocal
Ken Post: drums
Gord Spafford: bass
Randy Hill: guitars
Ken Harnden: keys
Sophiasburgh Central School Junior Choir
Produced by Wayne McFaul – 1987
Recorded by Wayne McFaul at Harmony Music Studio, Belleville ON

Wayne McFaul ran Harmony Music in Belleville since early ‘80s. Currently does sound at Belleville's Empire Theatre

3.   Prairie Oyster: Tom Cat (Chris Cuddy)
Oyster Tracks: Stony Plain Records SPL 1093
Toronto ON
Joan Besen, piano
Denis Delorme, pedal steel, dobro
Keith Glass, guitars, lead vocal
John Adames, drums
John P Allen, fiddle, guitar
Russell deCarle, bass, lead vocal
Danny Greenspoon: acoustic guitar
Jeff Wolpert: tambourine
Produced by Don Bird & Danny Greenspoon 1986
Recorded by Jeff Wolpert at Inception Sound, Toronto
Mixed by Hayward Parrot at McClear Place

A drink consisting of a raw egg, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, salt and ground black pepper to get rid of hangovers

Prairie Oyster is a country group, formed in King City, Ontario, in 1974 by Russell deCarle (vocals) and Keith Glass (guitar), formerly of the bluegrass group King City Slickers.
Won 6 Juno Awards for Best Country Group or Duo between 1986-96

4.   Paul Brodie: Dizzy Fingers (Sez Confrey)
The golden Age Of The Saxophone: CBC Records – MVC 1005
Montreal QC
Paul Brody: sax
Myriam Shechter: piano
Produced by Srul Irving Glick – 1983
Recorded by David Burnham at CBC Studios, Toronto
Mastered at McClear Place, Toronto

Recorded over 25 albums featuring the sax & is considered to be one of the most recorded concert sax players in history of the instrument.
Was featured playing on the sound track for Warren Beatty film Heaven Can Wait.
Founded the World Saxophone Congress in 1969

Sax: invented by Adolphe Sax in 1840
Came to North America in 1870s and began to appear in trad jazz recordings after 1908

Myriam Shechter: b. Romania. Moved to Canada after completing studies at Faculty of Music at Tel Aviv U in 1966

5.   The Breau Brummels: Laugh Laugh (Ron Elliott) 196
Greatest Hits:
San Francisco CA
Sal Valentino – lead vocals, tambourine
Ron Elliott – lead guitar, vocals
Ron Meagher – bass guitar, vocals
Declan Mulligan – rhythm guitar, harmonica, vocals
John Petersen – drums
Produced by Sylvester Stewart (Sly Stone) – 1964
Leo de Gar Kulka – engineer

Laugh, Laugh" was the first hit single to come out of the emerging San Francisco music scene in response to the British Invasion

The band's first full-length album, Introducing the Beau Brummels, released in April 1965
Were included a 1965 episode of The Flintstones in which the band gave an animated performance as the Beau Brummelstones

Beau Brummels had taken their name from a term for an excessively well-dressed person. The group liked that the name sounded British, and knew that following the Beatles so closely in the alphabet would likely result in the bands' records being placed next to each other on record store shelves

6.   Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels: Too Many Fish In The Sea (Witfield / Holland) 1981
Greatest Hits: Roulette Records SR 59020
Detroit MI
Mitch Ryder: vocal
Johnny Badanjek: drums
Jim McCallister: bass
Jim McCarty: lead guitar
Joe Kubert: guitar
Produced by Bob Crewe 1965

William S. Levise, Jr (born February 26, 1945)
7.   Sly & The Family Stone: Dance To The Music (Sylvester Stewart)
Greatest Hits: Epic records – KE 30325
San Francisco CA
Sly Stone: vocals, organ, guitar, piano, harmonica, and more
Freddie Stone: vocals, guitar
Larry Graham: vocals, bass guitar
Rose Stone: vocals, piano, keyboards
Cynthia Robinson: trumpet, vocal ad-libs
Jerry Martini: saxophone
Greg Errico: drums
Little Sister (Vet Stone, Mary McCreary, Elva Mouton): backing vocals
Produced by Sly Stone – 1969

Active from 1967 to 1983
first major American rock band to have an "integrated, multi-gender" lineup
In the preface of his 1998 book For the Record: Sly and the Family Stone: An Oral History, Joel Selvin sums up the importance of Sly and the Family Stone's influence on African American music by stating "there are two types of black music: black music before Sly Stone, and black music after Sly Stone"
The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.

8.   Henry Cuesta: Skyline Stomp (Johnny Burt)
Henry Cuesta Plays Favourites: Pickwick / Canadian Talent Library – PC-44017 / CTL S-5147
Toronto ON
Henry Cuesta: clarinet, sax
Peter Appleyard: vibes, percussion
Jimmy Coixon: keys
Bobby Edwards: guitar
Kenny Gil: guitar
Hank Monis: guitar
Bob Price: bass
Ron Vickery: drums
Produced by Johnny Burt – 1980
Recorded by Peter Houston at Toronto Sound Studios

Henry Falcon Cuesta, Sr.  b. December 23, 1931 McAllen, Hidalgo County Texas -  d. December 17, 2003 (aged 71) Sherman Oaks, CA
Played in Lawrence Welks band as a clarinetist
His only son, Henry, Jr., was shot and killed in a robbery at the age of seventeen while he was working in 1987 at a movie theater on Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica, California.
Lived in Toronto for several years, fronting his own band

9.   Boozoo Chavis: Paper In My Shoe (Boozoo Chavis / Shuler)
Louisiana Zydeco Music: Maison de Soul Records – LP-1017
Dog Hill, LA
Boozoo Chavis: accordion, vocal
Shelton Jackson: bass
Carlton Thomas Jr: guitar
Rellis Chavis: drums
JW Henderson: washboard
Wilson Chavis Jr: bg vocal, accordion
Anthony Chavis: washboard
Produced by JJ Caillier – 1986

b. Wilson Chavis, Lake Charles LA Oct 23, 1930 - died May 5, 2001 in Austin, Texas, Heart attack
Recorded this song originally as a single in 1954, one of the pioneer recordings of zydeco
This song considered to be the first Zydeco Hit song
Never received any royalties so he boycotted the music ind for 30 yrs.
This was his first LP

10. Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass: Mexican Shuffle (Sol Lake)
Greatest Hits: A&M Records SP 69854
Los Angeles CA
Herb Alpert (Trumpet/Vocals)
John Pisano (electric guitar)
Lou Pagani (piano)
Nick Ceroli (drums)
Pat Senatore (bass guitar)
Tonni Kalash (trumpet)
Bob Edmondson (trombone)
Produced by Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss – 1970

Herb Alpert b. March 31, 1935 (age 80) Los Angeles
Mexican shuffle appeared on 1964 LP South of the Border
Also recorded Johnny Mercer song Tangerine on Whipped Cream & Other Delights - 1965

11. Mirth: Childhood’s End (Allison Reynolds)
First Borne: Depah Records FBM1
Ottawa ON
Alison Reynolds: lead vocal, guitar
Pat Watson: piano
Jerome James: drums
David Woodhead: bass
David James: synths
Ed Stevens: fiddle
Produced by David James Bowen & Gary J Hayes – 1977
Recorded by Bob Lanois at Grant Ave. Studios, Hamilton ON

12. Todd Rundgren: Compassion (Todd Rundgren)
Healing: Bearsville Records – XRR-3522
Upper Darby PA
Todd Rundgren: vocals, all instruments
Produced by Todd Rundgren – 1981
Recorded and Mixed by Todd Rundgrenn

Todd Harry Rundgren – b. June 22, 1948 (age 67) Upper Darby
form the garage rock group Nazz in 1967- 1970
Healing is his 9th solo album
Produced albums by  New York Dolls, Badfinger, Grand Funk Railroad, Hall & Oates, Ian and Sylvia (on their Great Speckled Bird album), Meat Loaf’s Bat Out Of Hell, Patti Smith,  XTC, Bad Religion,  The Pursuit of Happiness LP Love Junk, The Psychedelic Furs

13. 1977: There’s A Light (Julie Kendall)
Nineteen Seventy-Seven: JK001
Toronto ON
Julie Kendall: keys, vocals
Brent Hough: guitar, bass, tambourine
Jordan Bruce: drums
Produced by Julie Kendall & Brent Hough 2007
Recorded by them in their apartment
Mixed at Gay Studio, Parkdale by Alphonse Lanza
Mastered by Noah Mintz at The Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Kendall and Brent Hough (Bellevue, Music Maul, Purple Hill) recorded the songs on Nineteen Seventy-Seven, during the winter of 2007 in her Toronto apartment, and rehearsal space.
Released in 2009, Nineteen Seventy-Seven was nominated for a Juno Award in the category Adult Alternative Album of the Year.

14. The Rhythm Ramblers: Clover Leaf Reel (Gerald Bailey)
Music For Dancing: Hi-Lite Records – HI-2202
Sarnia ON
Lloyd Saar: banjo
Bill Muir: accordion
Clyde Elliott: guitar
John Rowe: bass
Ed Cannon: sax
Gerald Bailey: fiddle
Produced by Ray Lawrence – 1960s
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Center by Ray Lawrence
Cover Photo: Wade Jarvis

Lloyd Saar from Coronation AB moved to Sarnia 1962 and joined the RRs as leader
Other artists from Sarnia: Kim Mitchell, harp player Mike Stevens, Chris Hadfield

15. Flaco Jimenez: Hasta La Vista (Flaco Jimenez) 1983
Viva Seguin - Red Hot Texas-Mexican Dance Music: Rogue Records - FMSL 2003
San Antonio, Texas
Produced by Salome Gutierrez, R. - 1983

Follow 33.45.78 on Twitter @sugarcamp2
I tweet as I play 'em

            ..........  ....................
University of Toronto Radio Inc.                Memorial University, St. John's NL                        Radio Bell Island NL                             Radio VGR
    Mondays 12 noon - 2pm  ET                      Wednesdays 1-3 pm NT                                Tuesdays  at 8-10 pm NT                   Tuesdays 21:30 GMT

Hanover / Grey Co. ON                                  Bonne Bay,  Newfoundland                   Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Sundays 3-5 pm ET                                              Tuesdays 9-11 pm NT                            Wednesdays  5-7 pm NT

Ferryland NL
Sun 8-10 pm NT