33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
March 2, 2020
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It's YéYé Time
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Hour One

1.   Les Mégatones: Rideau SVP 1965 *
2.   Les Gendarmes: Carole 1966 *
3.   Les Habits Jaune: Tout se passe dans tes yeux – (Everything happens in your eyes) 1966 *
4.   Les Hou-Lops: Vendredi m’obsède -  (Friday On My Mind) 1967 *
5.   Les Baronets: Ça recommence (It Won’t Be Long)1964 *
6.   Les Baronets: C’est fou mais c’est tout (Hold Me Tight) 1964 *
7.   César et Les Romains: Money: 1968 *
8.   Les Merseys: Ta mère ne sait pas (Your Mother Should Know) 1968 *
9.   Les Merseys: Soldat de bois (With A Little Help From My Friends) 1968 *
10. Les Sinners: Penny Lane 1967 *
11. Les Mousses (The Moss): Thank U Very Much 1967 *
12. Les Hou-Lops: Tout ira très bien (It’s Gonna Be Alright) 1965 *
13. César et Les Romains: Le jour du dernier jour (Whiter Shade of Pale) 1967 *
14. Les Sultans: À toi que je pense (Come A Little Bit Closer) 1967 *
15. Les Milady’s: J’ai besoin de ton amour (I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love) 1967 *
16. Les Classels: Exodus 1966 *
17. Les Aristos: Ton visage maquillé de joie (Message To Pretty) 1968 *
18. Denis et Les Panthères: Pretty Woman circa 1964 *

Hour Two

1.   Shadows of Knight: Spoonful 1966
2.   Lovin’ Spoonful: Six O’Clock 1968
3.   Justin Rutledge: North Wind 2016 *
4.   FM: Rocket Roll 1979 *
5.   Snake Corps: Miracle 1986
6.   The Beatles: I Want To Tell You 1966
7.   The Electric Prunes: Vox Wah Wah Commercial
8.   The Chocolate Watchband: I’m Not Like Everybody Else 1968
9.   The Kinks: What Are We Doing 1989
10. Frank Frost: The Cotton Needs Pickin’ 1986
11. Dillard & Clark: Kansas City Southern 1969
12. Stan Rogers: Tiny Fish For Japan   2019 *
13. Emmylou Harris: Hobo’s Lullaby 1988
14. Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass: Zorba The Greek  1966

CanCon = 66%

And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One: Musique YéYé

1.   Les Mégatones: Rideau SVP
(Denis Champoux)
45 single bw Ruby Baby: Apex Records 13423
Denis Champoux: lead guitar
Guy Martineau: keys
Jean Poiré: bass, sax
Michel Patry: guitar
Réjean Careau: drums
Gilles Pouliot: bass
Produced 1965

The Mégatones, one of the pioneer YeYe rock bands in Quebec, kicked things off with their Voici les Mégatones album in 1962. The single “Rideau S.V.P.” became a classic. Beginning in 1964, the Beatles' mega- success in North America led to a new wave of commercial “yé-yé” music groups in Quebec.

“Yé-yé” is a term for French pop that emerged from 60s France and was soon used in Quebec as well.  The term "yé-yé" was derived from "yeah! yeah!" from the Beatles’ song She Loves You. In France it was mostly the domain of female pop stars while in Quebec the term was generally used to describe rock bands.

2.   Les Gendarmes: Carole
(Sedaka / Brown)
45 single bw C'est Moi: Les Disques Citation CN-9011
André Girard: sax, keys
Michel Girard: bass
Guy Harvey: lead vocal
Laurent Rivard: guitar
Roger Tremblay: drums
Produced 1966

Lead singer Guy Harvey was born in Port-Alfred, Quebec in 1941. He began his music career in 1961 with the group Kambo, who would later become the Les Gendarmes in August 1965. Guy lead the group for three years.  They broke up at the end of 1968. Guy Harvey recorded some solo singles in 1969, and he continued to perform in piano bars. He was still performing in the early 2000s.

3.   Les Habits Jaune: Tout se passe dans tes yeux (Everything happens in your eyes)
Treat Her Right
(Dick Rivers / Mya Simille / Roy Head)
Les Habits Jaunes, Les Gants Noirs ‎– Le Top 30: Disques Mérite ‎– 22-8525
Valleyfield QC
Gilbert Chenarde: guitare soliste
Léo Menard: drums
Bernard Desranleau: guitar, vocals
Ronald Grenier: saxophone et chant
Mike Egan: organ
Armand Leger: bass
Raymond Parent: drums
Compilation Produced 2010
Produced and Recorded 1966

4.   Les Hou-Lops: Vendredi m’obsède (Friday obsesses me)
Friday On My Mind
(G. Aber /  G. Young / H. Vanda)
45 single bw Tu Seul Sans Moi: Apex Records 13472
Montreal QC
Yvan Côté: guitar
Jean-Claude Bernard: bass
Jean-Claude Domingue: guitar
Jacques Chicoine
Isabelle Allard
Serge Sauvé
Gilles Rousseau: vocalist
Produced 1967

1960's “YeYe” band from Quebec. Active from 1962 till 1967. Also known as "Les Têtes Blanches". Singer Gilles Rousseau, was born on February 10, 1945 in Montreal. He began singing in a duet under the pseudonym Gill Ross. He then moved to Granby where he joined the "Blue Angels". In June 1969, the group was dissolved. He is trying a career as a solo singer. Some 45 laps will follow. Gilles Rousseau died on November 11, 1972, at the age of 27, following a long illness.

5.   Les Baronets: Ça recommence (It starts again)
It Won’t Be Long
(Lennon / McCartney)
45 single bw Est-Ce Que Tu M'Aimes: Franco 9347
Montreal QC

Jean Beaulne
Pierre Labelle
René Angélil
Claude Menard Orchestra
Produced 1964

6.   Les Baronets: C’est fou mais c’est tout (It's crazy but that's it)
Hold Me Tight
(Lennon / McCartney)
45 single bw I Wanna Be Your Man: Franco Records 9335
Montreal QC

Jean Beaulne
Pierre Labelle
René Angélil
Tony Roman Orchestra
Produced 1964

René Angélil b. Montréal Jan 16, 1942,  / d. Jan 14, 2016 (73) Las Vegas, Nevada

René Angélil started out in 1961 as a pop singer in Montréal. He formed a pop rock group, Les Baronets, with childhood friends Pierre Labelle and Jean Beaulne. Les Baronets had some hits during the 1960s, mostly translations of English-language pop hits from the United Kingdom or the United States, such as "C'est fou, mais c'est tout" in 1964 (a translation of The Beatles' song "Hold Me Tight"). After the dissolution of the group in 1972, Angélil and best friend Guy Cloutier began managing artists. Angélil became one of several co-owners of Montreal's iconic Schwartz's Deli in 2012. Best known as manager and husband of  Celine Dion.

7.   César et Les Romains: Money
(Berry Gordy / Janie Bradford)
45 single bw Dans Ton Miroir: Citation Records CN 9033
Montreal QC
Maurice Bélanger: bass
Jacques Moisan: drums
Daniel Lachance: guitar
Donald Seward: organ
Dino L’Espérance: vocals
Produced by George Lagois, 1968

Originally called The Questions, the band got together in 1964 but soon changed to the Romains. They wore togas and sandals on stage to attract attention but ended up burning those costumes on stage in 1967 and broke up the following year.

8.   Les Merseys: Ta mère ne sait pas (Your Mother Doesn’t Know)
Your Mother Should Know
(Lennon / McCartney/  Bégin)
45 single bw Jolie Rita: DSP Records 8622

Alain Jodoin: vocals
François Bégin: guitar
Georges Marchand: bass  
Normand Alepin: lead guitar
Richard Tate: drums
Produced by George Lagios, 1968

9.   Les Merseys: Soldat de bois (Wooden Soldier)
With A Little Help From My Friends
(Lennon / McCartney / Bégin)
45 single bw : DSP Records 8607

Alain Jodoin: vocals
François Bégin: guitar
Georges Marchand: bass  
Normand Alepin: lead guitar
Richard Tate: drums
Produced by Yves Martin, 1968

These guys were apparently originally known as The Blue Men and had a repertoire that was heavily influenced by the Mersybeat; hence the 1964 decision to change the band name to Les Merseys.  In 1965, the Mersey's became the house band for the TV program "Bonsoir copains" in Sherbrooke. Lead singer Alain Jodoin apparently did a remarkable imitation of Mick Jagger which made him very popular with les jeune filles. They also did a few songs in English.

10. Les Sinners: Penny Lane
(Lennon / McCartney)
Sinnerismes: Jupiter JDY. 7009

Francois Guy: vocals, rhythm guitar, percussion
Charles Prevost Linton: vocals, keyboards
Ernest Rock: lead guitar
Louis Parizeau: drums, percussion
Produced by Pierre Noles, 1967

Influenced by the Beatles and the Stones, they made great French versions of English-speaking songs and quickly became known for their musical talent, their nonconformism and their arrogant attitude. Penny Lane was, by far, their best selling record but they also scored hits with “Go Go Trudeau” and “Les hippies du quartier” before breaking up in 1968 when some members formed the group “La Révolution française.”

11. Les Mousses (The Moss): Thank U Very Much
(Mike McGear)
45 single bw Les Roses Blanches: Jupiter Records JP 1131
Cap-De-La-Madeleine, QC
Marcel Lafontaine: lead guitar
Pierre Lafontaine: drums
Marc Mercier: vocals
Michel Lafontaine: bass guitar
Daniel Sauvageau: guitar
Produced 1967

Les Mousses started in 1964, Marcel Lafontaine was only 9 years old and the group practiced in his father's garage. Three years later they recorded their only record. During the 70s and 80s drummer Pierre Lafontaine led several groups: Les Free Mousses, Les Arpèges and Moby Dick. members of Moby Dick had international musical careers: Guy Pelletier, flautist for the Laval symphony orchestra; Marc Langis, who became Céline Dion's bass player in Las Vegas and Bernard Marchand who is the keyboardist for Cirque du Soleil also in Las Vegas.

BTW: Songwriter Mike McGear (real name Peter Michael McCartney, the brother of Paul McCartney)

12. Les Hou-Lops: Tout ira très bien (Everything will be fine)
It’s Gonna Be Alright
(Gerry Marsden)
45 single bw Quand Les Roses: Apex Records 13424
Yvan Côté: guitar
Jean-Claude Bernard: bass
Jean-Claude Domingue: guitar
Gilles Rousseau: vocalist
Produced 1965

They won the yé-yé group's trophy at the 1965 Record Festival with the album "C'est chip". In 1966, they opened for the Rolling Stones at the Paris Olympia.

13. César et Les Romains: Le jour du dernier jour (The day of the last day)
Whiter Shade of Pale
(Reed / Brooker)
45 single bw Toi Toi Toi: Les Disques Millionaires G118
Montreal QC
Late Daniel Lachance: guitar
Denis (Dino) L'Espérance: vocal
Jacques Moisan: drums
Donald Seward: organ
Pierre Sidor: bass
Produced  1967

14. Les Sultans: À toi que je pense (I think Of You)
Come A Little Bit Closer
(Tommy Boyce / Bruce Huard)
45 single bw Si soudain je t'aimais: DSP Records DSP-8608
St-Hyacinthe QC
Denis Forcier: guitar
Bruce Huard: vocals
Claude Reid: guitar
Pierre Bélanger: drums
Ghylain Dufault: bass
Produced by Denis Pantis, 1967
Recorded by Pete Tessier

Bruce Huard is first of all the singer of the group Majestics de Sorel. In 1963 he joined the Dots de Saint-Hyacinthe who took the Sultans as their name in 1964 after the British Invasion. The group had its first success in 1965 with the song "Va t'en", an original composition. For the next couple of years they were very successful in Quebec. But despite of their success, the Sultans gave their farewell show at the Paul-Sauvé center in Montreal at the end of January 1968, as part of a Starovan which attracted a record crowd of 8,000 spectators..

15. Les Milady’s: J’ai besoin de ton amour (I Need Your Love)
I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love
(Tony Hatch / Jackie Trent)
45 single bw Monsieur Dupont: Grand Prix ‎ GP-5321

Denise Biron
Andrée Levasseur
Hélène Levasseur
Jacques Laflèche Orchestra
Produced by Gilles L'Écuyer and Yves Martin, 1969

The trio was formed by Denise Biron, born in Trois-Rivières in 1947; Andrée Levasseur, born in Shawinigan in 1945 and Hélène Levasseur, born in Shawinigan in 1947. The Milady's made their debut in 1965 playing in the night clubs of Shawinigan and Trois-Rivières. To further their career they moved to Montreal, and in the summer of 1966 made their first tour.

The Milady's had good success with versions of "Give me your love, Sugar town, Trois petits vagabonds and Monsieur Dupont". On the cabaret scene, they sang ballads by Nana Mouskouri, France Gall and Petula Clark.

16. Les Classels: Exodus
(E. Marnay /  E. Gold /  P. Boone)
45 single bw Lana: Les disques Trans-Canada ‎– TC-3187
Michel Caron: keys
Jean-Clement Drouin: guitar, vocals
Serge Drouin: drums
Gilles Gerard: vocals
Pierre Therrien: bass, vocal
Produced by C&K Productions, 1966

Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Les Classels were formed in 1962 when these five school chums formed a band called The Specialtones. As a gimmick they dyed their hair white, wore matching white suits and white instruments.

They made the rounds playing Quebec clubs and road houses as one of many bands in the growing 'Ye Ye' fad of re-inventing English pop hits as French language songs.

 By 1964 they recorded a single called "Avant de Me Dire Adieu" which topped the charts in Quebec especially in St. Jean where they had a large following. As starstruck teen sensations, the Montreal newspapers were dubbing them The Quebec Beatles. Les Classels would be the first band in Quebec to receive certified gold records for their music.

 By 1970 they had dropped the white hair and suit gimmick but still wore matching pastel blazers and released several more singles in French including a version of the Guess Who's "These Eyes".

17. Les Aristos: Ton visage maquillé de joie (The joyful make-up of your face)
Message To Pretty
(Arthur Lee)
45 single bw Va Plus Loin: Les Disques Millionnaires ‎– MG-100101
Sherbrooke QC
Alain Robert: guitar
Donald Bélanger: organ, vocals
Julien Hébert: guitar
Pierre Pothier: bass
Yves Côté: drums
Produced 1968

Originally known as The Aristoscrates, they performed for a year and a half (1965-1966) on a TV program entitled: “Un..deux..trois..Aristos” out of Sherbrooke. In 1966, they had their greatest success with the Arthur Lee (Love) song “Message to Pretty". The following year, the group changed its name to that of the Aristos but broke up in 1968

18. Denis et Les Panthères: Pretty Woman
(Roy Orbison / Bill Dees)
Collection de chanson rares des gropues des annés 60, Vol 13: Les introuvables

Denis Pantis: vocals
Produced by Denis Pantis, 1964

Canadian singer, songwriter, manager, producer and record company executive from Montréal born 1942. Pantis was the largest producer of Quebec groups in the 1960s. He not only owned a fairly incredible number of record labels during the 1960s (Jeunesse Franco, Télédisc, Blue Jean, Citation, DSP, lark!), but today it has almost 80% of the master ribbons aka masters of everything recorded in Quebec between 1950 and 1970

Hour Two

1.   Shadows of Knight: Spoonful
(Willie Dixon)
Back Door Men: Dunwich Records 667
Warren Rogers: bass
Joe Kelly: Lead Guitar, Blues Harp
Jerry McGeorge: Rhythm Guitar
Jim Sohns: vocals, Tambourine, Maracas
Tom Schiffour: Drums
Produced by Bob Kidder for Dunwhich Records, 1966
Recorded At  Universal Recording Studio by Bob Kidder
Mastered by Jerry DeClercq

Interesting that this Chicago band learned to play the blues by listening to British Invasion bands like The Yardbirds, The Animals and The Stones. They claimed: “We've taken the English version of the Blues and re-added a Chicago touch."

They first got together in 1964. It was at a performance opening for The Byrds at Chicago's  McCormick Place in 1965 that attracted the attention of Dunwich Records record producers Bill Traut and George Badonski. During that show, they performed "Gloria" which they learned from a Northern Irish band called “Them” featuring the fine vocals of Van Morrison . The band signed with Dunwich shortly thereafter and recorded "Gloria" as a first effort. It became a massive hit! They recorded 3 fine albums of blues-rock between 1966 & 69.

2.   Lovin’ Spoonful: Six O’Clock
(John Sebastian)
Everything Playing: Kama Sutra Records KLPS 8061
New York City
John Sebastian: vocals, guitar, cover art
Steve Boone: bass, vocals
Joe Butler: drums, percussion, vocals
Jerry Yester: guitar, banjo, vocals, keyboards
Zal Yanovsky: guitar
Produced by Joe Wissert, 1968
Mastered At Bell Sound Studios

Everything Playing was the first album featuring guitarist Jerry Yester (replacing Zal Yanovsky who left shortly after recording "Six O'Clock") and the last commercial album as a quartet; principal songwriter and lead singer John Sebastian would leave the group in June 1968 for a solo career.

3.   Justin Rutledge: North Wind
(Brenley MacEachern / Lisa MacIsaac)
East: Outside Music OUT9102

Bass: Kyle Cunjak
Drums, Percussion: Sly Juhas
Guitar, Keyboards, Horns, Voice: Daniel Ledwell
Guitar, Voice: Justin Rutledge
Pedal Steel Guitar: Asa Brosius
Piano, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer]: Steve O'Connor
Producer, Engineer, Mixed by  Daniel Ledwell, 2016
Mastered by J LaPointe at Archive Mastering, Minevill NS
Recorded at Echo Lake Studios, Echo Lake NS

Justin Rutledge
b. Toronto January 3, 1979

Rutledge was born and grew up in the Junction neighbourhood in Toronto. He dropped out of the University of Toronto to do music full time and it payed off. He’s toured Canada, the UK, the United States and Europe. East is the seventh studio album, recorded in Halifax. He currently resides in Prince Edward County.

4.   FM: Rocket Roll
(Cameron Hawkins / Ben Mink / Martin Deller)
Surveillance: Passport Records PS 2001
Toronto ON
Cameron Hawkins: lead vocal, synths, bass, keys
Ben Mink: electric violin, electric mandolin, vocals
Martin Deller: drums, percussion
Produced by Keith Whiting, 1979
Recorded by Mike Jones and Ed Stone at Sounds Interchange, Toronto
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC

FM basically existed from 1976 to 1996 and at one time featuring violinist Ben Mink. After appearing on the CBC TV variety show Who's New, FM were approached by the CBC to make an album, ultimately titled Black Noise, which the group presumed would be distributed in stores like a normal release. But the CBC chose to sell it by mail order, and only announced its availability during several radio shows. A mere 500 copies were pressed. They were best known for what was called “Space Rock” and by the time they released this, their third album, they were continuing along that theme with Rocket Roll.

5.   Snake Corps: Miracle
(Garel- Funk / Lewis)
Between Today And Tomorrow: Midnight Music CHIME 00.17 L
London UK
Liam McGuinness: guitar
Marc Lewis: vocals, keys
Jim Blanchard: bass
Tristan Garel-Funk: guitar
Jon Greville: drums
Compilation Produced 1986
Produced by Nick Ralph & The Snake Corps, 1985
Recorded At Alaska Sound by Iain O'Higgins, Pat Collier, Paul Gadd
Mastered By JoNZ

Formed in 1984, from the ashes of a couple of post-punk bands by Tristan Garel-Funk . Vocalist Marc Lewis responded to an advert in Melody Maker for a singer and the pair then recruited Liam McGuinness on Bass and John Greville on drums. The band were focused on creating dreamy rock anthems. Consequently, they found that the European market was more aligned to their musical style and they toured abroad extensively. They broke up after the release of their third album in 1993 but have regrouped since 2010.

6.   The Beatles: I Want To Tell You
(George Harrison)
Revolver: Capitol Records Canada ST-2576
George Harrison: double-tracked vocal, lead guitar, handclaps
John Lennon: harmony vocal, tambourine, handclaps
Paul McCartney: harmony vocal, piano, bass, handclaps
Ringo Starr: drums, maracas, handclaps
Produced by George Martin, 1966
Recorded at EMI Studios, London

Until the release of Revolver, Harrison often had difficulty getting the band to record his songs.  Most Beatles albums contained a couple of George’s songs but three of his songs appear on Revolver from which the claim: "The album on which Harrison came of age as a songwriter". The other two songs were lead off number “Taxman” and the raga influenced “Love You To”

7.   The Electric Prunes: Vox Wah Wah Commercial
Flexi-disc single: 08-00110-0
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 1967

The Electric Prunes had a major hit on their hands with "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)", which also included a heavily-textured psychedelic guitar motif. It was the band’s second single, released in November 1966. Its success earned the group a promotional contract with musical equipment makers Vox. They recorded this advert, demonstrating the use of Vox's wah-wah pedal in early 1967, and the band was featured in magazines such as Vox Teen Beat.

8.   The Chocolate Watchband: I’m Not Like Everybody Else
(Ray Davies)
Inner Mystique: Tower ‎Records ST 5106
Los Altos CA
Bill Flores: bass
Gary Andrijasevich: drums
Sean Tolby: guitar, vocals
Dave Aguilar: vocals
Mark Loomis: guitar, vocals
Produced by Ed Cobb, 1968
Engineer: Cooper, Podolor, Coe

The Chocolate Watchband was formed in the summer of 1965 in Los Altos, California[7] by Ned Torney and Mark Loomis, who had previously played guitar together in a local band known as The Chaparrals. The band garnered a local following, integrating cover versions of British Invasion groups, particularly The Who, into their live repertoire. A few years later they were managed by impresario Bill Graham and hired to be regulars at his Filmore East and West venues in New York and San Francisco, gigging with the likes of Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead.

All through their recording sessions, the band grew pissed at producer Cobb's influence because he presented them as being more instrumentally refined on record than they were live.  Cobb also used session musicians, sometimes entire ghost bands, to record portions of Chocolate Watchband albums without notifying them or discussing it before hand. Less than half of the group's second LP, The Inner Mystique, featured studio work by official members of the band; the majority of the record featured session musicians. This lead to their breakup.

9.   The Kinks: What Are We Doing
(Ray Davies)
UK Jive: MCA Records 6337
London UK

Ray Davies: guitar, keyboards, vocals
Dave Davies: lead guitar, vocals
Jim Rodford: bass, backing vocals
Ian Gibbons: keyboards, backing vocals
Bob Henrit: drums, percussion
Produced by Ray Davies, 1989
Recorded at Konk Studios, London by Al Gibb and Alan O’Duffy
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, NYC

This was from the second last official Kinks’ studio album, the last being “Phobia”, released in 1993.

10. Frank Frost: Cotton Needs Pickin’
(Frost / Homes / Taylor / Price)
Crossroads Original Motion Picture Soundtrack: Warner Brothers 92 53991
Helena Arkansas
Frank Frost: harmonica, lead vocal
John Price: drums
Richard Holmes: bass
Otis Taylor: guitar
Jim Dickinson: organ
Ry Cooder: guitar
Produced by Ry Cooder, 1986
Recorded at Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles by Mark Ettel
Second engineers: Tony Chiappa & Dave Ahlert
Mixed at Ocean Way and Record One by Judy Last
Mastered by Bernie Grundman

Frank Otis Frost
b. April 15, 1936 (or 1938) Auvergne Ark / d. October 12, 1999 (63) Helena, Ark

At the age of 18, Frost became a guitarist and began touring with drummer Sam Carr and the great Robert Nighthawk. Soon after that he toured with Rice Miller, (aka Sonny Boy Williamson II) who helped teach him how to play the blues harp. He recorded sporadically and was re-discovered in the 1970s by Earwig Records who produced his band as The Jelly Roll Kings. Ry Cooder coerced Frost into performing in the film  Crossroads in 1986.  

In later years, Frost's health declined, yet he continued to play. Four days before his death, he appeared with Carr at the King Biscuit Blues Festival. He died of cardiac arrest in Helena, Arkansas in 1999, and is buried in Magnolia Cemetery in Helena.

11. Dillard & Clark: Kansas City Southern
(Gene Clark)
Through The Morning Through The Night: A&M Records  SP 4203
Los Angeles CA
Doug Dillard: vocal, banjo, guitar, fiddle
Gene Clark: vocal, guitar, harp
Donna Washburn: guitar, tambourine, vocal
Byron Berline: fiddle
Jon Corneal: drums
David Jackson: bass, piano, cello, bg vocal
Sneaky Pete Kleinow: steel
Chris Hillman: mandolin
Bernie Leadon: guitar, bass
Produced by Larry Marks, 1969
Recorded by Dick Bogert and Ray Gerhardt

Harold Eugene Clark
b. Tipton Missouri, Nov 17, 1944 / d. Sherman Oaks CA May 24, 1991

12. Stan Rogers: Tiny Fish For Japan
(Stan Rogers)
The Best of Stan Rogers: Borealis Records BVL 262
Binbrook ON

Stan Rogers: guitar, vocals
Garnet Rogers: fiddle, flute
Curly Boy Stubbs: percussion
Jim Morrison: bass
Ray Parker: piano
Don Gillis: orchestra conductor
Produced by Paul Mills, 2019
Recorded Nov 1982 to Apr ‘83 at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton ON and CBC Studio 4S, Toronto  by David Dobbs
Originally released on LP ‘Fogerty’s Cove’ on Barn Swallow Records and Fogerty’s Cove Music
Remastered by Joao Carvalho and Bill Garrett at Joao Carvalho Mastering, Toronto
LP Cover by A Man Called Wrycraft

Stanley Allison Rogers
b. Hamilton ON Nov 29, 1949 / d. June 2, 1983 (33) Hebron, Kentucky

This is a brand new double LP of the best of Stan Rogers.

13. Emmylou Harris: Hobo’s Lullaby
(Goebel Reeves)
A Vision Shared: A Tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly: Folkways Records BL 44034
Birmingham Alabama
Emmylou Harris: vocals, guitar
Mark O’Connor: fiddle
Produced by Emmylou Harris
Compilation Produced by Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Chuck Plotkin, 1988

Recorded by Donovan Cowart
Mixed by Bob Clearmountain
Executive Producer of the Project: Don DeVito and Joe McEwen, Harold Leventhal, Ralph Rinzler
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk, New York City

Emmylou Harris
b. April 2, 1947 Birmingham, Alabama

14. Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass: Zorba The Greek
(Mikis Theodorakis)
Going Places: A&M Records – SP 4112
Los Angeles CA
John Pisano (electric guitar)
Bud Coleman: guitar, mandolin
Lou Pagani (piano)
Nick Ceroli (drums)
Pat Senatore (bass guitar)
Tonni Kalash (trumpet)
Herb Alpert (trumpet and vocal
Bob Edmondson (trombone)
Julius Wechter: marimba
Produced by Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss, 1966

Herbert "Herb" Alpert
b. March 31, 1935, Los Angeles