33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
February 20, 2017

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Opening Up Pandora's Box
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now
Hour One

1.   Rich Dodson: Holiday (Rich Dodson) 1988 *
2.   Mothers Of Invention: Plastic People (Frank Zappa) 1967
3.   Procol Harum: Pandora’s Box (Keith Reid / Gary Brooker) 1975
4.   The Cars: Shake It Up (Ric Ocasek) 1981
5.   Stu Phillips: Bracero (Leon Payne) 1966 *
6.   Los Tres Sudamericanos: Naranjerita (O.J. Sosa Cordero)
7.   Christy Hengel: Butte Polka (Trad) 1964
8.   Leroy Pullins: I’m A Nut (Leroy Pullins) 1966
9.   Benny Bell: Shaving Cream (Benny Bell) 1975
10. Dick Nolan: Old Newfie Outhouse (Harris / B Cuff) 1975 *
11. The Masked Marauders: More Or Less Hudson Bay Again (Masked Marauders) 1969
12. Deep Purple: You Fool No One (Blackmore / Lord / Paice / Coverdale) 1974
13. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Suzie Q (Dale Hawkins) 1968

*CanCon = 23%

Hour Two

1.   Northwind: Look Away (Randle Chowning) 1978 *
2.   Bobby Freeman: Do You Want To Dance (Bobby Freeman) 1958
3.   Al Jarreau: Heart’s Horizon (Al Jarreau / Jay Graydon / Randy Goodrum) 1988
4.   The Roches: One Season (Margaret Roche) 1980
5.   Rick Fielding: Another Texas Saturday Night (Alan Rhody/Sonny Throckmorton/Byron Stoehr) 1981*
6.   Plastic Ono Band: Give Peace A Chance (John Lennon) 1969
7.   April Wine: Do It Right (T Lavin) 1982 *
8.   Hank Snow: Singing The Blues (Melvin Endsley) 1969 *
9.   Cream: Passing The Time (Ginger Baker / Mike Taylor) 1968
10. Bearfoot: Passing Time (Dwayne Ford) 1974 *
11. Canadian Zephyr: That’s Alright Mama (Arthur Crudup) 1980 *
12. Country Joe And The Fish: Doctor of Electricity (Barry Melton) 1969
13. Whistling Jack Smith: The British Grin And Bear It (Noel Walker / Ivor Raymonde) 1967

*CanCon = 46%

Total CanCon = 35 %

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Rich Dodson: Holiday (Rich Dodson)
45 single double A side: Marigold Records – MPL 740
Toronto ON
Produced by Rich Dodson 1988
Recorded at Marigold Studios, Toronto

Born 1947 Sudbury ON

Dodson had been a member of one of Canada’s most commercially successful bands, The Stampeders. He is most well known for penning the groups' biggest hit, "Sweet City Woman" which hit Number 1 in Canada, and Number 8 on Billboard in 1971. Dodson left the Stampeders in 1978 to pursue his interests in music production and built his own 24-track recording studio called Marigold Studios

In 1994, Dodson was inducted into the SOCAN Hall of Fame for composing "Sweet City Woman" and "Carry Me".

2.   Mothers Of Invention: Plastic People (Frank Zappa)
Absolutely Free: Verve V6-5013
Los Angeles CA
Frank Zappa guitar, conductor, vocals
Jimmy Carl Black drums, vocals
Ray Collins vocals, tambourine
Roy Estrada bass, vocals
Billy Mundi drums, percussion
Don Preston keyboards
Jim Fielder guitar, piano
Bunk Gardner woodwinds
Produced by Tom Wilson - 1967
Director of engineering: Val Valentin
Engineer: Ami Hadani
Remixing: David Greene
Mastering Engineer: Doug Sax

3.   Procol Harum: Pandora’s Box (Keith Reid / Gary Brooker)
45 single bw The Piper’s Tune: Chrysalis Records – CHS 2073
London UK
Gary Brooker – vocals, piano
Keith Reid – lyrics
B.J. Wilson – drums, percussion d. 1990
Chris Copping – bass, organ
Alan Cartwright – bass
Mick Grabham – guitars
Produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller 1975

In Greek mythology, Pandora’s box (that should never, ever be opened) contained all the evils of the world. No wonder it was used as the name of one of LA’s most popular rock n’ roll nightclub.
The club was located at 8118 Sunset Boulevard, at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Crescent Heights Boulevard. In 1962, the club was bought by deejay and Shindig! host Jimmy O'Neill. O'Neill's trendsetting booking policy made Pandora's Box the center of the Sunset Strip youth scene. It was at the center of the Sunset Strip curfew riots in the mid-1960s.

4.   The Cars: Shake It Up (Ric Ocasek)
45 single bw Cruiser: Elektra Records – E 47250
Boston Mass.
Ric Ocasek – lead vocals, backing vocals, rhythm guitar
Elliot Easton – lead guitar, backing vocals
David Robinson – drums, backing vocals
Greg Hawkes – keyboards, percussion, saxophone
Benjamin Orr – lead vocals, backing vocals, bass (died 2000)
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker 1981
Recorded at Syncro Sound, Boston

The Cars were named "Best New Artist" in the 1978 Rolling Stone Readers' Poll
The band came together in 1976 and broke up in 1988

5.   Stu Phillips: Bracero (Leon Payne)
45 single bw Angel of Love: RCA Victor – 47-8771
Vancouver BC
Stu Phillips: guitar, vocal
Produced 1966

Stu Phillips, b Montreal QC January 19, 1933, began performing in his teens. At 16 he left home for Edmonton, Alberta where he hosted radio programs. He later moved to Nashville. Phillips was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993

The "Blind Ballader Leon Payne aka Pat Patterson b. June 15, 1917 - d. September 11, 1969.
Bracero was also recorded in 1969 by Larry Cunningham & The Mighty Avons
Payne was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970

6.   Los Tres Sudamericanos: Naranjerita (O.J. Sosa Cordero)
EP: CBS Records 33.079
Asunción, Paraguay
Alma Maria Vaesken: vocals
Casto Darío Martínez: vocal, guitar
Johnny Torales: vocal, guitar
Produced circa 1964
Recorded at Columbia Records Studios, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Formed initially in 1959 by Alma Maria Vaesken, Casto Darío Martínez and Johnny Torales. They were offered a recording contract by Columbia Records in Argentina, and since that meant that they would have to travel, Alma Maria and Johnny Torales had to marry since she was under-age. Eventually, in 1965, the band moved to Spain where they were extremely popular for many years.

7.   Christy Hengel: Butte Polka (Trad)
45 single bw Old Time Schottische No. 1: Lodestar Records – 64-116
Sleepy Eye MN
Christy Hengel: Hengel concertina
Produced 1964

Christian Donald “Christy” Hengel
b. Redwood Co. Minnisota Dec 25, 1922 – d. Sleepy Eye Minn Dec. 11, 2007.

He played concertina and traveled with the Six Fat Dutchmen and the Jolly Brewers Bands. Christy was best known as the maker of the Hengel Concertinas. He was a member of the Minnesota Music Hall of Fame. He recorded one album in 1964 called “Christy Hengel  –  Concertina Concert”

8.   Leroy Pullins: I’m A Nut (Leroy Pullins)
45 single bw Knee Deep: Kapp Records – K758
Berea KY
Produced by R Lissauer and B.E. wheeler - 1966
Arranged by Cliff Parman

born Carl Leroy Pullins on May 12, 1940 – d. May 1984 in Berea, KY

He began pursuing a musical career in his teens, assembling a rock & roll band called the LeSabres when he was 19. Once the group fell apart, Pullins moved to Nashville, where he was signed to Kapp Records, a subsidiary of Decca, in 1966. He was signed with the idea that he would capitalize on Roger Miller's success, which he did quite successfully with his first single, "I'm a Nut," an original tune that went all the way to 18 on the country charts. As success started to dry up, so did Pullins' writing, so he decided to retire from the music business, moving back to his hometown of Berea where he became a fireman. He stayed there until his death from a heart attack in May 1984 at the age of 44.

9.   Benny Bell: Shaving Cream (Benny Bell)
45 Single bw The Girl From Chicago: Vanguard Records VRS 35183
New York City
Benny Bell: vocals
Produced - 1975

Benjamin Samberg or Benjamin Zamberg, March 21, 1906 July 6, 1999

First record: Alimony Blues for Plaza Records on December 16, 1929.  The original version of "Shaving Cream" was issued on Bell's Cocktail Party Songs record label in 1946 sung by Paul Wynn. Bell recorded it the same year.

After the song began to be played on the Dr. Demento radio show in the 1970s, Vanguard Records reissued the song in 1975
Dave Van Ronk performed this song at his shows over the years

10. Dick Nolan: Old Newfie Outhouse (Harris / B Cuff)
Dick Nolan: RCA - KXLI-0096
Corner Brook NFL
Mel Aucoin piano
John Bourque bass
Roddie Lee drums
Brian Barron fiddle
Bob Lucier steel
Mike Francis guitar
Leroy Anderson banjo
Dick Nolan vocals
Produced by Jack Feeney 1975
Recorded by Hayward Parrott at RCA Toronto Studio

11. The Masked Marauders: More Or Less Hudson Bay Again (Masked Marauders)
The Masked Marauders: Deity / Reprise – 6378
Berkeley CA
A.K.A. Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band:
Anna Rizzo: drums
Phil Marsh: vocals/guitar
Annie Johnson: guitar, vocal
Vic Smith: guitar, vocal
Allan Chance: vocal
Langdon Winner: piano
Mark “The Fox” Voorheis: drums
Gary Salzman: steel
Phil Marsh: guitar, vocal
Brian Voorheis: harmonica, guitar, vocal
Produced by Guerrage Productions 1969
Recorded in a garage studio, Berkeley CA

In its October 18, 1969 issue, Rolling Stone ran a tongue-in-cheek review of a non-existent album that purportedly captured a "super session" of the era's leading rock and roll musicians, including Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, John Lennon, and Paul McCartney. The review claimed that none of the artists could be listed on the jacket cover because of contractual agreements with their recording companies. The editors involved decided to extend the joke by hiring a relatively obscure band to record an actual album and then secured a deal with Warner Bros.

As an indication of how many people were taken in by the joke, The Masked Marauders fell just short of making Billboard's Hot 100. Rolling Stone editor Langdon Winner recruited the Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band, a Berkeley, California, group which had an album the previous year on Vanguard Records and played frequently at San Francisco’s Fillmore and Avalon ballrooms.

Cleanliness and Godliness Skiffle Band: in the beginning there was the Instant Action Jug Band with Country Joe MacDonald and Barry Melton. Then came various versions of the skiffle band which went on to record as The Masked Marauders, which included Rolling Stone editor Langdon Winner.

12. Deep Purple: You Fool No One (Blackmore / Lord / Paice / Coverdale)
Burn: Purple Records / Warner Bros – W 2766
London UK
Ritchie Blackmore guitar
Jon Lord keyboards, organ
Ian Paice drums, percussion
David Coverdale: lead vocals
Glenn Hughes: bass, vocals
Produced by Deep Purple June 1974
Recorded by Martin Birch at Montreux, Switzerland using Rolling Stones Mobile Unit November 1973

13. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Suzie Q (Dale Hawkins)
Creedence Clearwater Revival: Fantasy Records 8382
San Francisco CA
Doug Clifford, bass
Stu Cook, drums
John Fogerty, guitar vocals
Tom Fogerty, guitar
Produced by Saul Zaentz - 1968

Suzie Q was 100% written by Dale Hawkins but he was forced to share the songwriting credits with Stan Lewis, the owner of Jewel/Paula Records, and Eleanor Broadwater, the wife of Nashville DJ Gene Nobles. Thus he was forced to share the royalties with these embezzlers. Other than Creedence, the song was covered by The Astronauts, Rolling Stones, José Feliciano, Suzie Quatro (of course), Chet Atkins, Lonnie Mack, The Everly Brothers, and many others.

Hour Two

1.   Northwind: Look Away (Randle Chowning)
45 single bw Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow: Quay Records CS 7802
Gander NL
Gary and Janet Nicols
Produced by Neil Bishop and Warren Harris - 1978
Recorded by Neil Bishop at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville NL

According to Wayne Tucker (of Newfound Records), the single was released February 1978.
Look Away was originally recorded by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils


2.   Bobby Freeman: Do You Want To Dance (Bobby Freeman)
45 single: Josie Records – 45-835
San Francisco CA
Bobby Freeman: vocals
Billy Mure: guitar
Produced 1958

Robert Thomas "Bobby" Freeman
b. June 13, 1940 Alameda County, Ca – d. January 23, 2017 (aged 76) San Francisco

He started singing in a doo-wop group, the Romancers, in his early teens, and first recorded with them for Dootone Records in 1956. However, the group soon fell apart, and Freeman started a new group, the Vocaleers. When asked by a local DJ if he had written any songs, he produced a demo of "Do You Want to Dance". "Do You Want to Dance" quickly rose to number 5 on the pop chart and number 2 on the R&B chart in early 1958, when Freeman was still only 17. The song was covered later (as "Do You Wanna Dance") by Del Shannon, the Beach Boys, Johnny Rivers, Bette Midler, John Lennon, Cliff Richard, Marc Bolan & T.Rex, the Mamas & The Papas, Bobby Vee and the Ramones. He died of natural causes.


3.   Al Jarreau: Heart’s Horizon (Al Jarreau / Jay Graydon / Randy Goodrum)
Heart’s Horizon: Reprise Records – 92 57761
Los Angeles CA
Al Jarreau: vocal
Stanley Clarke: acoustic bass
John Robinson: drums
Paul Jackson Jr: acoustic guitar
Paolinho Da Costa: percussion
George Duke: synclavier
Randy Goodrum & Jay Graydon: synths
Produced by George Duke - 1988
Recorded by Erik Zobler at various locations
Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision Laquer Mastering, Hollywood

Alwin Lopez "Al" Jarreau b. March 12, 1940 Milwaukee, WI – d. February 12, 2017 (aged 76)
Los Angeles

Leaving Wisconson for a career in Jazz singing, Jarreau went to California where he also flirted with Scientology. He began writing songs but it wasn’t until 1975 that he began recording. In 1978, Al won his first Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance for his album, Look To The Rainbow. He won the 1982 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for his most commericially successful album “Breakin' Away”. He died of respiratory failure, at the age of 76, just two days after announcing his retirement.


4.   The Roches: One Season (Margaret Roche)
Nurds: Warner Brothers Recordings – XBS 3475
Park Ridge, NJ
Maggie Roche: acoustic guitar, lead vocal
Suzzy Roche: acoustic guitar, vocals
Terre Roche: acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
Jay Dee Daugherty: drums
Fred Smith: bass
Lincoln Goines: acoustic bass
Bob Conti: synth
Bobby Gordon: percussion
Produced by Roy Halee 1980
Recorded by Roy Halee and Jon Mathias at Record Plant, NYC
Mastered by Greg Calbi

Maggie Roche b. October 26, 1951 – d. January 21, 2017

The Roche sisters grew up in Park Ridge, New Jersey. In 1973, Maggie and sister Terre (pronounced Terry) sang back-up on Paul Simon’s album There Goes Rhymin’ Simon. They were signed to Columbia Records as a duo and released their first album “Seductive Reasoning” in 1975. Soon after their younger sister Suzzy (rhymes with "fuzzy") joined them to form the Roches. Their first self-titled album as a trio, produced by Robert Fripp, was released in 1979. They were known for their unusual harmonies and quirky lyrics. Maggie's song "The Married Men" from the first album was eventually to become their biggest hit. Maggie Roche died of cancer at the age of 65.


at the Rick Fielding Acoustic Workshop CD Release 2004

5.   Rick Fielding: Another Texas Saturday Night (Alan Rhody / Sonny Throckmorton / Byron Stoehr)
...For The Rest Of My LIfe: Canfield - C1001
Toronto ON
Rick Fielding - guitar
Graham Townsend - fiddle
Frank Barth - steel guitar
Tony Quarrington - electric guitar
Jack Mooney
Bill Prosser
David McCallan
Tom Wolf
Paul Neary
Bernard Dolan
Larry Thompson
Nancy Ryan, Maragaret Good, Paul Quarrington, Martin Worthy: bg vocals
Produced by Dan Cain & Rick Fielding 1981
Recorded by Larry Thompson at Captain Audio, Toronto
Mastered at Eastern Sound, Toronto

Andrew Stuart McLean, Order of Canada (b. April 19, 1948 Montreal West – d. Toronto, February 15, 2017)

When CIUT’s Rick Fielding, sick and dying of cancer, released his last CD “Acoustic Workshop”, on the Borealis Records label in early 2004, CIUT broadcast the CD release live from the Borealis office. Rick was so sick that he could barely do a phoner from home. Stuart McLean was on hand to tell some stories which were like medicine for all those affected by Rick’s illness. So here’s a Rick Fielding performance dedicated to Stuart.


6.   Plastic Ono Band: Give Peace A Chance (John Lennon)
Live Peace from Toronto 1969: Apple / EMI / Capitol ST 12239
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: guitar, vocal
Yoko Ono: vocal
Eric Clapton: guitar
Klaus Voorman: bass
Alan White: drums
Produced by John Lennon & Yoko Ono 1969
Recorded live at Toronto Rock & Roll Revival September 13, 1969
Released 2 December 1969

Ritchie Yorke
b. 12 January 1944 Brisbane, Australia – d. 6 February 2017 (aged 73) Brisbane, Australia

Author, broadcaster, historian and music journalist, whose work was widely published in the U.S., UK, Canada and elsewhere. In 1966, Ritchie left Australia for London, England to work for Island Records. With a desire for travel, Yorke arrived in Canada in 1967, settling in Toronto wheree he found work with the Toronto Telegram before being appointed the first full-time rock writer for Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail. He also became the Canadian editor of Billboard magazine from 1970 to 1980 and Rolling Stone magazine from 1969 to 1970.

In late 1969, Yorke assisted John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “War Is Over!” peace campaign. He also helped plan the Montreal bed-in where Lennon’s peace anthem "Give Peace a Chance" was recorded, and was influential at getting The Plastic Ono Band to perform at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival. He also appears on the Bad Manors album by Crowbar, credited with playing the anvil on "Prince Of Peace" and tambourine on "Oh What A Feeling”.

Yorke loved being in Canada because he loved the music being made here. He testified, quite convincingly to the CRTC, that Canada needed Canadian Content Regulations because radio stations did their utmost to deprive Canadian recordings access to the airwaves. His book Axes, Chops & Hot Licks, was the first book to cover Canadian music culture and the development of the Canadian content laws, as well as the first book to be devoted entirely to any music scene outside of the United States or England.


7.   April Wine: Do It Right (T Lavin)
Power Play: Aquarius Records – AQR 533
Halifax / Montreal
Myles Goodwyn: vocals, guitars
Gary Moffet: guitars
Brian Greenway: guitars, bg vocals
Steve Lang-bass
Jerry Mercer-drums
Produced by Myles Goodwyn and Mike Stone – 1982
Recorded at Le Studio, moribn heights QC by Mike Stone and Piaul Northfield
Mixed at Fantasy Studios, Berkley CA by Mike Stone
Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC by George Marino

Steve Lang (b. Montreal QC March 24, 1949 – February 4, 2017)
Canadian musician best known for his role as a bassist in the rock band April Wine from 1976 to 1984.
Lang reportedly suffered from Parkinson’s disease.

8.   Hank Snow: Singing The Blues (Melvin Endsley)
I Went To Your Wedding: RCA Camden – CAS-2348(e)
Brooklyn NS
Hank Snow: vocal, guitar
Unknown others
Produced 1969

Melvin Endsley (30 January 1934 – 16 August 2004) was a musician, singer, and songwriter best known for writing the song "Singing the Blues", along with over 400 songs recorded by hundreds of artists since 1956. Some of the artists that have recorded his songs include Johnny Cash, Marty Robbins, Andy Williams, Paul McCartney, Stonewall Jackson, and Ricky Skaggs.

The song was first recorded and released by Marty Robbins in 1956. The best-known recording was released in October 1956 by Guy Mitchell and spent ten weeks at number 1 on the U.S. It was performed live by Paul McCartney on the MTV show Unplugged in 1991

9.   Cream: Passing The Time (Ginger Baker / Mike Taylor)
45 single bw Crossroads: Polydor Records – 541.029
London UK
Eric Clapton: acoustic guitars, Guild jumbo acoustic, backing vocals
Jack Bruce: bass, lead vocals, calliope
Ginger Baker: drums, backing vocals, glockenspiel
Felix Pappalardi: organ pedals
Produced by Felix Pappalardi 1968
Recorded by Tom Dowd

Michael Ronald Taylor (1 June 1938, Ealing, West London - 19 January 1969) was a British jazz composer, pianist. Three Taylor compositions were recorded by Cream, with lyrics by drummer Ginger Baker. He drowned in the River Thames near Leigh-on-Sea, Essex in January 1969, following years of heavy drug use (principally hashish and LSD). He had been homeless for three years, and his death was almost entirely unremarked.

10. Bearfoot: Passing Time (Dwayne Ford)
45 single bw She Comes To Me: Columbia Records Canada – C4-4065
Toronto ON
Dwayne Ford (keyboards, flute, guitar, vocals)
Hugh Brockie (lead and rhythm guitar, banjo)
Chris Vickery (bass)
Malcolm Tomlinson (vocals, guitar)
Brian Hilton (drums)
Produced by Bob Gallo 1974

Initially going by the name "Atkinson, Danko and Ford", they changed their name out of practicality and because they didn't want to sound as though they were a law-firm. Terry Danko was the brother of The Band’s Rick Danko. The founding members came together as part of Ronnie Hawkins' Rock and Roll Revival and Travelling Medicine Show. As with other Hawkins bands, Bearfoot eventually formed in 1969 and signed with Columbia. Danko and Atkinson left in 1973 to pursue work as musicians in California.

11. Canadian Zephyr: That’s Alright Mama (Arthur Crudup)
Zephyr: RCA Victor – KKL1-0356
Richmond Hill ON
Garth Bourne: lead vocal, bass
John Howard: vocal, keys
John Hayman: vocal, guitars
Joe Linge: drums
Produced by Jack Feeney 1980
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto

Richmond Hill band formed as The Four Jacks in 1969 and after a name change in 1971, scored twenty country hits till disbanding in the mid-1980s. I used to see them perform at the old Concord Tavern, now the spiritual home of Long & McQuade at Bloor and Ossington.

12. Country Joe And The Fish: Doctor of Electricity (Barry Melton)
Here We Are Again: Vanguard Records – VSD 79299
Berkeley CA
"Country Joe" McDonald (vocals, guitar)
Barry "The Fish" Melton (lead guitar, vocals)
Gary "Chicken" Hirsh (drums)
David Bennett Cohen (Hammond organ, piano and guitar)
Mark Ryan and President Flyer: all other instruments
Produced by Sam Charters 1969
Recorded by Ed Friedner at Vanguard’s 23rd St Studio, NYC and Pacific High Studios, San Francisco

Formed in Berkeley, California, in 1965. The band was among the influential groups in the San Francisco music scene during the mid- to late 1960s. Their biggest claim to fame was I Think I’m Fixing To Die Rag which they sung at Woodstock after a rousing called out of “Give me an F…”

13. Whistling Jack Smith: The British Grin And Bear It (Noel Walker / Ivor Raymonde)
45 single bw I Was Kaiser Bill’s Batman: Derem Records – DM 112
London UK
John O'Neill: whistler
Unknown studio musicians
Produced by Noel Walker 1967

The Creation of Noel Walker, there was no actual Whistling Jack Smith. The name was a play on the name of the baritone singer of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, Whispering Jack Smith. Credited to Whistling Jack Smith, the record rose up the UK singles chart. When it was featured on Top of the Pops, actor Coby Wells was used to mime the whistling, and later toured as the public face of Whistling Jack Smith. (Wells' real name was Billy Moeller; he was born in 1946 and was a brother of Tommy Moeller, lead vocalist, guitarist, and pianist with Unit 4 + 2).

This tune, on the flip side of Kaiser Bill’s Batman, didn’t appear on the album.

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