33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
#174
May 15, 2017

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Don't Eat The Records...
Hour One: Hear this show now
Hour Two: Hear this show now
Hour One

1.   Johnny Kidd and The Pirates: Shakiní All Over (Johnny Kidd / Gus Robinson) 1960
2.   Bobby Kris and The Imperials: In My Darkness () 1966 *
3.   Chilliwack: I Got You Fixed (Glenn Miller) 1970 *
4.   Steve Earle: Johnny Come Lateley (Steve Earle) 1988
5.   Foghat: Road Fever (Rod Price / Dave Feverett) 1973
6.   If: Forgotten Roads (Dave Quincy / T Preston) 1972
7.   The Fall: Rebellious Jukebox (Mark Smith / Martin Bramah) 1979
8.   Every Motherís Son: Come On Down To My Boat (Wes Ferrel / Jerry Goldstein) 1967
9.   Ray Charles: Drown In My Tears (Henry Glover) 1956
10. Gene Allison: You Can Make It If You Try (Ted Jarrett) 1957
11. Frank Sinatra: Fly Me To The Moon (Bart Howard) 1964
12. Ronnie Hawkins: Red Rooster (Willie Dixon) 1971 *
13. John Kay & The Sparrows: Square Headed People (John Kay) 1968 *
14. The Doors: Strange Days (Jim Morrison & The Doors) 1967
15. Ara Bartevian Orchestra: Joyeux Paysans (Alexandrerian / Bartevian) 1967

*CanCon = 27%

Hour Two

1.   The Dixie Flyers: Don Valley Back Step (D Lepage / RJ Baumbach) 1977 *
2.   The Eyes of Dawn: Time To Be Going (The Fortunes) 1967 *
3.   Les Wild Ones: Mon Amour () 1966 *
4.   Rising Sun: Born To Be Wild (Mars Bonfire) 1969 *
5.   Paul James Band: I Gotta Move (Paul James Vigna) 1989 *
6.   Messenjah: Rock On Jah (Eric Walch)) 1982 *
7.   The Chambers Brothers: All Strung Out Over You (R Clark) 1968
8.   Don Norman and The Other Four: Your Place In My Heart () 1967 *
9.   The Pretty Things: Rosalyn () 1964
10. The Electric Prunes: Get Me To The World On Time (Tucker / Jones)  1966
11. Mood: Who Do You Love (E McDanials) 1967 *
12. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bootleg (John C Fogerty) 1969
13. Smyle: Company Man (Ron Demmans) 1970 *
14. The Crew Cuts: Donít Be Angry (Nappy Brown, Rose Marie McCoy, and Fred Mendelsohn) 1955 *
15. John Gotch and the Werchowina Trio: Red Rose Polka (Unknown) 1963 *
16. Fleetwood Mac: The Green Manalishi (Peter Green) 1970
17. Reg Hill: The Loggerís Jig (Reg Hill) 1974 *
18. The Blues Magoos: Thatís All Folks (Unknown) 1967

*CanCon = 71%

*Total CanCon = 50%


And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Johnny Kidd & The Pirates: Shakin All Over (Johnny Kidd / Gus Robinson)
Alan Freemans History of Pop: Arcade Records ADE P 10
London UK
Johnny Kidd (Frederick Heath) - vocals (195966)
Alan Caddy - lead guitar (195961)
Brian Gregg - bass (195961)
Clem Cattini - drums (195961)
Joe Moretti: lead guitar (10 May 1938 9 February 2012)
Produced by Walter Ridley 1960
Recorded at Abbey Road, 13 May 1960

This is the original version of this song that was also covered by Guess Who and The Who, both!

2.   Bobby Kris and The Imperials: In My Darkness ()
Toronto
Bobby Kris (vocals)
John Crone (saxophone)
Rick Dutt (bass)
Martin Fisher (keyboards)
Gordon MacBain (drums)
Gene Martynec (guitar)
Pat Riccio Jr. (percussion)
Produced 1966

Formed 1965 - unformed 1968

3.   Chilliwack: I Got You Fixed (Glenn Miller)
Chilliwack: Parrot Records - PAS-71040
Vancouver, BC
Bill Henderson: guitar, piano, vocals
Claire Lawrence: flute, piano, organ, saxophone, vocals
Ross Turney: drums
Glenn Miller: bass, guitar
Produced by Claire Lawrence & Chilliwack - 1970
Recorded at, A&R Studios, New York

First Chilliwack album after the fall of The Collectors after Howie Vickers left the group in 1969

4.   Steve Earle: Johnny Come Lately (Steve Earle)
Copperhead Road: Uni Records UNI-7
San Antonio TX
Steve Earle: vocals, guitars, harmonica, 6-string bass, mandolin
Donny Roberts: guitars, 6-string bass
Bill Lloyd: acoustic guitar
Michael McAdam: 12-string electric guitar
Bucky Baxter: pedal steel, lap steel, Dobro
Ken Moore: synthesizer and organ
John Barlow Jarvis: piano
Kelly Looney: bass
Kurt Custer: drums
Sam Bush: mandolin
Jerry Douglas: dobro
Mark O'Connor: violin
Edgar Meyer: bass violin
Produced by Tony Brown & Steve Earle 1988

born January 17, 1955 Ft. Monroe, Virginia

5.   Foghat: Road Fever (Rod Price / Dave Feverett)
Foghat: Bearsville Records BR 2136
London UK
Tony Stevens: bass
Rod Price: guitar, slide
Lonesome Dave: guitar, vocal
Roger Earl: drums
Produced by Tom Dawes 1973

formed in London in 1971
The band initially featured Dave Peverett ("Lonesome Dave") on guitar and vocals, Tony Stevens on bass, and Roger Earl on drums when they left Savoy Brown in 1970.  Rod Price on guitar/slide guitar joined after he left the Black Cat Bones. This was the band's second self-titled album was also known as Rock and Rollfor its cover photo of a rock and a bread roll, and it went gold.

6.   If: Forgotten Roads (Dave Quincy / T Preston)
IF3: Capitol Records - SMAS 820
UK
John Mealing: keys
Terry Smith: guitar
Jim Richardson: bass
Dennis Elliot: drums
Dick morrissey: sax, flute
JW Hodkinson: vocals
Dave Quincey: sax, flute
Produced by Jon Child and IF 1971
Recorded by Frank Owen at Island Studios, London

If was a progressive rock band formed in Britain in 1969. Referred to by Billboard as "unquestionably the best of the so-called jazz-rock bands". In the period spanning 1970-75, they produced eight studio-recorded albums and did some 17 tours of Europe, the US and Canada. If thus became one of the most highly acclaimed groups of the Seventies to never quite make the big time, despite good record sales and full venues. Was a favourite of ex-CIUT programmer Rohinton Medhora.

7.   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

8.   Every Mothers Son: Come And Take A Ride In My Boat (Wes Ferrel / Jerry Goldstein)
Every Mothers Son: MGM Records E 4471
New York City
Bruce J Milner, keys
Dennis Larden, lead guitar
Larry Larden, lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Christopher Augustine, drums
Schuyler Larsen, bass
Produced by Wes Farrell - 1967
Recorded by Bruce Staple at Allegro Sound Studios, NYC

9.   Ray Charles: Drown In My Own Tears (Henry Glover)
45 single bw Mary Ann: Atlantic 1085
Greenville FLA
Ray Charles: vocal, piano
Produced 1956

10. Gene Allison: You Can Make It If You Try (Ted Jarrett) 1957
45 single bw Hey, Hey, I Love You: Vee Jay Records VJ 256
Gene Allison: harmonica, vocal
Nashville TN
Produced 1957

Versie Eugene Allison (August 29, 1934 Ė February 28, 2004)
Little is known about this bluesman. The 'Blues Who's Who' doesn't do him justice. This song was his recording debut.

11. Frank Sinatra w Count Basies Orchestra: Fly Me To The Moon (Bart Howard)
It Might As Well Be Swing: Reprise Records FS 1012
Hoboken NJ
Frank Sinatra: vocals
Count Basie: piano
Emil Richards: vibes
George Catlett: bass
Freddie Green: guitar
Sonny Payne: drums
Al Porcino, Don Rader, Wallace Davenport, Al Aarons, George Cohn, Harry Edison: trumpets
Henry Coker, Grover Mitchell, Bill Hughes, Henderson Chambers, Kenny Shroyer: trombones
Frank Foster, Charles Fowlkes, Marshal Royal, Frank Wess, Eric Dixon: reeds
Gerald Vinci, Israel Baker, Jacques Gosselin, Thelma Beach, Bonnie Douglas, Marshall Sosson, Erno Neufeld, Lou Raderman, Paul Shore, James Getzoff: violins
Virginia Majewski, Paul Robyn, Alvin Dinkin, Stan Harris: violas
Edgar Lustgarten, Ann Goodman: cellos
Quincy Jones: conductor & arranger
Produced by Sonny Burke 1964
Recorded by Lowell Frank at Warner Brothers Studios, Hollywood CA

12. Ronnie Hawkins: Red Rooster (Willie Dixon)
The Hawk: Hawk Records 9205-9039
Toronto / Peterborough ON
Ronnie Hawkins: vocal
Jim Dickinson: piano
Mike Utley: organ
Charlie Freeman: guitars
Sammy Greason: drums
Duane Alman: guitar
Donald Duck Dunn: bass
Produced by Tom Dowd - 1971
Recorded by Peter F Houston

13. John Kay and The Sparrows: Square Headed People (John Kay)
45 single bw Twisted: Columbia Records - 4-44769
Toronto ON
John Kay  rhythm guitar, lead vocals
Dennis Edmonton  lead guitar, vocals
Nick St. Nicholas  bass, vocals
Goldy McJohn  keyboards, vocals
Jerry Edmonton  drums
Produced by Camalus Productions  - 1968

Originally from Oshawa ON, the Toronto-based Sparrows were Jack Londonís back up band, playing gigs around Southern Ontario, trying to cash in on the British Invasion, even faking English accents. By 1965 John Kay joined the band before they broke with London. They recorded several singles and an album before leaving for the States and changing into Steppenwolf.

14. The Doors: Strange Days (The Doors) The Doors: Strange Days (The Doors)
Strange Days: Elektra EKS 74014
Los Angeles CA
Jim Morrison: vocals
Ray Manzarek: keys
Bobby Krieger: guitar
John Densmore: drums
Douglas Lubahn: bass
Produced by Paul A Rothchild 1967
Recorded by Bruce Botnick at Sunset Sound, HollywoodNot So Strange Second Hour

15. Ara Bartevian Orchestra & Chorus: Deux Beaux Yeux (Alexandrerian / Bartevian)
LArmenie: Mode Serie MDS-3025
Turkey
Ara Bartevian: conductor
Produced by Vogue Productions Internationale 1967

Ara Bartevian (1902-1986)

Hour Two

1.   The Dixie Flyers: Don Valley Back Step (D Lepage / RJ Baumbach)
Light - Medium - Heavy: Boot Records - BBG 6000
London ON
Bert Baumbach: guitar
Ken Palmer: mandolin (d. Oct 2013)
David Zdriluk: bass
Gordon Stobbe: fiddle
Willie P Bennett: harp
Denis LePage: banjo
Produced by David Essig - 1977
Recorded by Bob Lanois at The Grant St. Studios, Hamilton
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dixie_Flyers

2.   Eyes Of Dawn: Time To Be Going (The Fortunes)
45 Single: Sir John A RG 1018
Ottawa ON
Wayne McQuaid (lead vocals)
Terry King (bass, lead vocals)
Rich Francoeur (lead guitar)
Warren Henry (guitar)
Leo Leclair (bass)
Greg Magee (drums)
Jack Arsenault (organ)
Produced by Norman Greene Ė 1967

3.   Les Wild Ones: Mon Amour (Zephirin / Moschella / Cambrina) 1966 *
45 single b/w Quand je te demande: Solfège LF-113X
Montreal QC
Henriot Zephirin (vocals and guitar)
Walter (guitar soloist)
David Chambers (guitar)
Robert Weber (bass guitar)
Gabriel Cambrina (drums)
Produced 1966

Montreal area garage band (literally) that was influenced by The Stones and The Haunted. Circa 1963 - 69

4.   Rising Sun: Born To Be Wild (Mars Bonfire)
Born To Be Wild: Birchmount Records - BM 515
Toronto
Produced by Ray Schwartz - 1969

Incredibly rare recording  very little known about this band but remember, that there are other bands out there with the same name. One, from Burlington ON, was called The Rising Suns but they disbanded by Ď68.

5.   The Paul James Band: I Gotta Move (Paul James Vigna)
Rockin The Blues: Stony Plain Records SPL 1135
Toronto ON
Paul James: guitar, vocals
Gary Gray: keys
Brian Kipping: bass
Adrian Vecchiola: drums
Produced by Ken Whiteley & Paul James 1989
Recorded at Metal Works, Toronto by Hugh Cooper & Rob DiGoa

born January 18, 1951 in Toronto grew up in the Bathurst and Bloor area of Toronto
Started Lick'n Stick 1971. Was a backing band for Bo Diddley at the El Mocambo, 1972 became good friends did lotsa work together.

The Classic Paul James Story: Jamming with Dylan: he met Bob Dylan at one of James' Toronto club performances. Dylan decided to play with James that night, and backed James for two hours, without being identified, instead being introduced by
James as "some hitchhiker from Vancouver.

Was honoured with a Maple Blues Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012

6.   Messenjah: Rock On Jah (Eric Walch)
Rock You High: Phonyx Records WRC1-2430
Kitchener ON
Errol Blackwood: vocal, bass
Rupert Harvey: vocal, guitar, vax
Eric Walsh: guitar
Raymond Ruddock: drums
Hal Duggan: keys
Tony King: percussion
Produced by Rupert Harvey - 1982
Recorded by Richard Bowen at Circle Sound Studio, San Diego CA

Kitchener ON based band. This is their first LP.
Toured internationally for 16 yrs. Won 1989 Juno for Best Reggae LP
Appeared at Skydome, Toronto, 1998 with Nelson Mandela.

Rupert "Ojiji" Harvey (born Clarendon Parish, Jamaica, 9 February 1955) moved to Canada with his family when he was eleven.

7.   The Chambers Brothers: All Strung Out Over You (R Clark)
The Time Has Come: Columbia CS 9522
Los Angeles CA
Lester Chambers - harmonica
Joe Chambers - guitar
Willie Chambers - guitar
George Chambers - bass
Brian Keenan - drums
Produced by Tim OBrien 1968
Recorded by Fred Catero & Roy Segal

8.   Don Norman & The Other Four: Your Place In My Heart
Sir John A Records 45: RG 1019
Ottawa ON
Don Norman (vocals, guitar)
Gary Comeau (guitar, vocals)
Ron Greene (guitar, keyboard, vocals)
Bill Helman (bass, vocals)
Brian Dewhurst (drums)
Produced 1967

9.   The Pretty Things: Rosalyn (Jimmy Duncan / Bill Farley)
45 single bw Big Boss Man: Fontana Records TF-469
London UK
Phil May: lead vocal
Dick Taylor: guitar
Brian Pendleton: guitar
John Stax: bass
Viv Prince: drums
Produced 1964

They took their name from a Willie Dixon song, Pretty Thing, from 1955

10. The Electric Prunes: Get Me To The World On Time (Annette Tucker / Jill Jones)
45 single bw Are You Loviní Me More: Reprise Records  0564
Los Angeles CA
James Lowe - vocals, rhythm guitar, autoharp, tambourine
Mark Tulin - bass guitar, piano, organ
Ken Williams - lead guitar
James Spagnola - vocals, rhythm guitar
Preston Ritter - drums, percussion
Produced by Dave Hassinger  1967
Recorded at American Recording Company, Power House  1966

The opening to the track is actually Producer Dave Hassinger groaning through a mike, into the tremolo of a Fender amp. They went on to record 2 albums of psychedelic rock and basically broke up in 1968. However, Hassinger put out two more albums under the Prunes name: Mass in E Minor and Release of an Oath (Kol Nidre) using studio musicians.

11. Mood: Who Do You Love (E McDanials)
45: Cove Records - QC 467
Port Colborne ON
Ritchie Gauthier [aka Ritchie Stringer] (vocals, rhythm guitar)
Mike Weaver (drums, backing vocals)
Al Bartok (bass)
Jack Schaefer (keyboards)
Dave Pine (lead guitar)
Produced by Pete Borbolli -  1967
Recorded by Pete Pete Borbolli at CKGB Radio, Timmins ON

Gautier & Weaver then joined Toronto band Factree

12. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bootleg (John C Fogerty)
Bayou Country: Fantasy Records 8387
San Francisco CA
Doug Clifford, bass
Stu Cook, drums
John Fogerty, guitar vocals
Tom Fogerty, guitar
Produced by John Fogerty - 1969

13. Smyle: Company Man (Ron Demmans)
Smyle: Columbia Records ES-90017
Toronto ON
Ron Demanns
Peter Rihbany: bass
Ray Durritt
Tim Regan
Produced by John Williams 1970
Recorded by Terry Brown at Toronto Sound Studio

14. The Crew Cuts: Dont Be Angry (Nappy Brown, Rose Marie McCoy, and Fred Mendelsohn)
45 single: Mercury Records 70597
Toronto ON
Rudi Maugeri (January 27, 1931 - May 7, 2004) (lead and baritone)
John Perkins (born August 28, 1931) (lead and tenor)
Ray Perkins (born November 24, 1932) (bass) (John Perkins' brother)
Pat Barrett (born September 15, 1933) (lead and tenor)
Produced  - 1955

1st Got Together at St Michaels College 1951

15. John Gotch & Werchowina Trio Red Rose Polka
Gay Songs of the Ukraine: Arc 549
Midhurst, ON
Victor Pasowisty, fiddle
Bill Mankiss, accordion
John Gotch, clarinet, sax
Others unidentified
Produced by Don Bass - 1963

16. Fleetwood Mac: Green Manalishi (Peter Green)
Jumping At Shadows: The Blues Years: Indigo Records 06076 81181-2
London UK
Peter Green - guitar
Danny Kirwan - guitar
Mick Fleetwood - drums
John McVie - bass
Produced by Fleetwood Mac - 1970

17. Reg Hill & The Melodiers: The Loggerís Jig (Reg Hill)
Ottawa Valley Hoedown: Banff Rodeo SBS 5190
Braeside ON
Reg Hill: fiddle
Mac Beattie: washboard
Jim Mayhew: piano
Gaetan Fairfield: guitar
George Courschesne: bass
Produced by Ralph Carlson circa 1974
Recorded at Carlsound Studios, Ottawa

b. 1927 in Brockville ON, started playing fiddle in his early teens, joined his first band Rock Mountain Rangers when he was 15 before starting his own band, The Swingsters. In 1954 was invited to join Mac Beattie's band, The Ottawa Valley Melodiers which he stayed in till he died in 1978. Inducted into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame in 1981.

18. The Blues Magoos: Thatís All Folks (Unknown)
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



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