33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 18, 2020
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      Hour One

1.   Ry Cooder: Get Rhythm - 1987
2.   Rolling Stones: Get Off My Cloud – 1965
3.   Chaka Khan: Get Ready, Get Set - 1980
4.   10CC: Get It While You Can – 1975
5.   Roadhouse: Get It On (All Over) - 1973 *
6.   Shawn Jackson: Get Out Of The Kitchen – 1976 *
7.   1977: Get The Feeling – 2007 *
8.   Oscar Peterson Trio: I Get A Kick Out Of You – 1959 *
9.   Fire Engines: Get Up And Use Me – 1980
10. Commodores: Getting’ It - 1979
11. The Beatles: Getting Better – 1967
12. Original Sloth Band: Get A Job – 1973 *
13. Patsy Gallant: Get That Ball - 1972 *
14. The Electric Prunes: Get Me To The World On Time - 1967
15. The Beatles: Get Back – 1970

Hour Two

1.   Dawson City: Coming To Get Ya – 1980 *
2.   Five Man Cargo: Why Can’t I Get You – 1969 *
3.   Miki and Griff: I’m Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail – 1959
4.   Glen Campbell: By The Time I Get To Phoenix – 1972
5.   Smyle: Will I Get Back Home Tomorrow – 1970 *
6.   Paul James Band: Gonna Get You Baby – 1989 *
7.   Ronney Abramson: Never Seem To Get Along Without You – 1976 *
8.   Kevin Rowland & Dexy’s Midnight Runners: Let’s Get The Straight From The Start – 1982
9.   The Animals: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place – 1965
10. Climax Blues Band: Couldn’t Get It Right – 1976
11. Bob Burchill: Will I Ever Get To Heaven – 1977 *
12. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: You’re Gonna Get It In The End – 1967
13. Ike & Tina Turner Revue: Get Back – 1971
14. Hank Williams: I’ll Never Get Out of this World Alive – 1952
15. T-Rex: Bang The Gong (Get It On) – 1971
16. The Beatles: Come & Get It - 1984

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And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   Ry Cooder: Get Rhythm
(Johnny Cash)
Get Rhythm: Warner Brothers 92-5639
Los Angeles CA

Ry Cooder: guitar, vocal
Van Dyke Parks: keys
Flaco Jimenez: accordion
Steve Douglas: sax
Jorge Calderon: bass
Jim Keltner: drums
Miguel Cruz: percussion
Bobby King, Terry Evans, Arnold McCuller, Willie Greene Jr: bg vocal
Produced by Ry Cooder, 1987
Recorded & Jixed by Ed Cherney at Ocean Way Studios, Los Angeles
Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Precision Lacquer, LA

A Johnny Cash song originally released as the B-side to the single release "I Walk the Line" in 1956 on Sun Records out of Memphis. Cash later had another hit after it was re-released in 1969 with a dubbed in audience.  Ry Cooder recorded for his eleventh studio album entitled 'Get Rhythm', released in November 1987. Another great example of how country and rock n’ roll came from essentially the same place: Sun Studios in Memphis.

2.   The Rolling Stones: Get Off My Cloud
(Jaggar / Richards)
December’s Children (And Everybody’s): London Records Mono LL 3451
London UK

Mick Jagger: lead vocals
Keith Richards: rhythm guitar, backing vocals
Brian Jones: twelve-string guitar, lead guitar, electric piano
Bill Wyman: bass guitar, backing vocals
Charlie Watts: drums
Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham, 1965
Recorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood CA September 25

Keith Richards stated in a 1971 interview: "I never dug it as a record. The chorus was a nice idea, but we rushed it as the follow-up. We were in L.A. Los Angeles, where "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" was recorded, and it was time for another single. But how do you follow-up "Satisfaction"? Actually, what I wanted was to do it slow, like a Lee Dorsey thing. We rocked it up. I thought it was one of Andrew Loog Oldham's worst productions."

3.   Chaka Khan: Get Ready, Get Set
(Ellison Chase / Kathy Anderson / Bill Haberman / Art Jacobson)
Naughty: Warner Brothers – BSK 3385
Chicago ILL 

      Chaka Khan - lead vocals, backing vocals
      Mark Stevens - backing vocals, bass
      Cissy Houston - backing vocals
      Whitney Houston - backing vocals
      Charlotte Crossley - backing vocals
      Luther Vandross - backing vocals
      Ullanda McCullough - backing vocals
      Anthony Jackson - bass guitar
      Willie Weeks - bass
      Marcus Miller - bass
      Hamish Stuart - guitar, backing vocals
      Phil Upchurch - guitar
      Steve Khan - guitar
      Arthur Jerkins - percussion, clavinet, key        Sammy Figueroa - percussion
      Naná Vasconcelos - percussion
      Steve Ferrone - drums
      Leon Pendarvis – keys
      Don Grolnick - electric piano
      Ken Bichel - synthesizer
      Richard Tee - synthesizer
      Howard Johnson - tuba
      David Bargeron - tuba
      Robert Stewart - tuba
      Joseph Daley - tuba
      Peter Gordon - french horn
      John Trevor Clark - french horn
      Michael Brecker - tenor saxophone
      Harvey Estrin - tenor saxophone
      David Tofani - alto saxophone
      Harvey Estrin - alto saxophone
      Eddie Daniels - alto  and tenor sax
      Lewis Delgatto - baritone saxophone
      Ronnie Cuber - baritone saxophone
      Randy Brecker - trumpet
      Marvin Stamm - trumpet
      Barry Rogers - trombone
      James Pugh - trombone
      Noel Pointer - electric violin
      Gene Orloff - concertmaster
      Alan Shulman - strings
      Al Brown - strings
      Anahid Ajemian - strings
      Frederick Zlotkin - strings
      Frederick Buldrini - strings
      Gerald Tarack - strings
      Harold Kohon - strings
      Harry Lookofsky - strings
      Homer Mensch - strings
      Jonathon Abramowitz - strings
      Kermit Moore - strings
      Leo Kahn - strings
      Lewis Eley - strings
      Marilyn Wright - strings
      Matthew Raimindi - strings
      Mitsue Takayama - strings
      Paul Gershman - strings
      Peter Dimitriades - strings
      Richard Maximoff - strings
      Ted Hoyle - strings
      Produced by Arif Mardin, 1980
        Recorded by Lew Hawn & Michael O’Reilly
        Mastered by George Marino 

Yvette Marie Stevens b. Chicago ILL  March 23, 1953

How'd she get her name? Joined the Black Panthers in 1967 and was given the Panther name Chaka, then married a guy named Khan.

4.   10CC: Get It While You Can
(Stewart / Gouldman)
45 single bw Art For Arts Sake: Mercury Records 6008 017
Prestwich UK

Lol Creme guitar, keyboards, vocals
Kevin Godley drums, vocals
Graham Gouldman bass, vocals
Eric Stewart guitar, keyboards, vocals
Paul Burgess drums
Produced by 10CC, 1975
Recorded at Strawberry Studio, Stockport by Eric Stewart

Guitarist Eric Stewart was a member of Wayne Fontana’s backup band The Mindbenders who had one major hit: The Game of Love. After Fontana left The Mindbenders in 1965, Stewart became the lead vocalist and sang their big hit song, Groovy Kind Of Love. The Mindbenders is where Stewart met Graham Gouldman. They started Strawberry Studios  near Manchester in 1969 (yes, named for Strawberry Fields) where Kevin Godley & Paul Burgess were used as studio musicians. They formed the foundation for 10CC, releasing one single as Hot Legs first. Jerry Kasenetz and Jeff Katz of Super K Productions came to England and commissioned Gouldman to write and produce formula bubblegum songs, many of which were recorded at Strawberry Studios (hits for 1910 Fruitgum Company and Ohio Express). 10CC formed in 1972 after that brief stint as Hot Legs.

5.   Roadhouse: Get It On (All Over)
(Ralph Murphy)
Roadhouse: Double M Records – DMR 1002
Wallaceburg ON

Breen Lebouf
Jerry Doucette
Lance Wright
Beau David
Ralph Murphy: guitar
Bhen Lanzarone
Elliot Randall: guitar
Jimmy Young: drums
David Spinosa
Tony Levin: bass
Joe Mack
Produced by Ralph Murphy, 1973

Ralph Murphy b. 1944 in Saffron Walden, Essex, England.

Roadhouse wasn’t really a band per se, it was more of a project by Ralph Murphy releasing one album back in 1973. Murphy was raised in Wallaceburg, moved to Salt Spring Island in BC before forming a duo with a friend from Wallaceburg in 1965 and decided to do the sensible thing and buy one way tickets on a boat to Liverpool. With some advice from veteran Gerry Marsden (of Gerry and the Pacemakers), they went down to London and got to open for various aspiring acts such as The Pretty Things, Martha and the Vandellas and The Byrds. They recorded a few singles for Petula Clark’s husband / producer Tony Hatch (The Searchers) who released them as the Slade Brothers. One of those records became a big hit in the UK in 1966, What a Crazy Life. This got them onto tours with The Walker Brothers, The Kinks and The Troggs.

Murphy then got into the production side of things, for Parlophone, Decca, CBS, Fontana, Phillips and also wrote hit singles for Billy Fury. He moved to New York and formed Double M Records and produced albums by Mashmakhan and April Wine. The Roadhouse project featured some of New York’s top session players, including Tony Levin (bass), Jimmy Young (drums) and Elliott Randall fresh off recording his iconic solo on Steely Dan’s “Reeling In The Years”.

6.   Shawn Jackson: Get Out Of The Kitchen
(Shawn Jackson / Domenic Troiano)
Shawn Jackson: RCA – APL1-1320
Toronto ON

Domenic Troiano, guitar
No other musicians listed
Produced by Domenic Troiano, 1976
Recorded by Keith Olsen with Terry Brown,George Semkiew and Brian Christian at Sound City, Toronto Sound, Sound Stage and Phase I, Toronto
Mastered by Rick Collins at Kendun Recorders

Sang in church but when she was 15 sang on CBC’s pop show Music Hop. Joined The Majestics 1966-69 known as Shawne & Jay Jackson & The Majestics Recorded albums for the ARC label. Also worked as lead vocalist for The Stone Soul Children w Prakesh John. After recording this album she went into fashion design and acting, Married DT

7.   1977: Get The Feeling
(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.

8.   The Oscar Peterson Trio: I Get A Kick Out Of You
(Cole Porter)
A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra: Verve 8334
Montreal QC

Oscar Peterson: piano
Ray Brown: bass
Ed Thigpen: drums
Produced by Norman Ganz
Recorded in Paris, France, May 18, 1959
Released 1961

Oscar Emmanuel Peterson b. Montreal Aug 15, 1925 / d. Dec 23, 2007 Mississauga ON (82)

A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra is a 1959 album by The Oscar Peterson trio, recorded in tribute to Frank Sinatra by interpreting songs associated with Sinatra.

9.   Fire Engines: Get Up And Use Me
(Burn / Henderson / Main / Slade)
Lubricate Your Living Room: Pop-Aurel Records ACC 001
Edinburgh, Scotland

Russell Burn: drums
David Henderson: guitar, vocals
Graham Main: bass
Murray Slade: guitar
Produced by Bob Last, 1980
Recorded 5 October 1980
(subtitled 'Background Music for Action People!')

The hayday of this band was between 1979–1981. The band split up on 31 December 1981. In August 2017 the band reformed to play a benefit.

10. The Commodores: Getting’ It
(D Cochrane / W Orange)
45 Single: Motown Records – M 1514X
Tuskegee AL

Walter Orange lead singer, drums, keyboards
Lionel Richie vocals, saxophone, piano, drums
Milan Williams keyboards, trombone, rhythm guitar (died of cancer, July 9, 2006)
Ronald La Pread bass guitar, trumpet
Thomas McClary lead guitar
William "WAK" King trumpet, rhythm guitar, synthesizer
Produced by James Carmichael and The Commodores, 1979

The Commodores formed in 1968 by freshmen at Tuskegee University in Alabama. They were signed to Motown and sent out as an opening act for the Jackson Five. The group's most successful period was in the late 1970s and early 1980s when Lionel Richie was the co-lead singer. The Commodores have sold over 70 million albums worldwide

11. The Beatles: Getting Better
(Lennon / McCartney)
Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Capitol Records Canada – 2653
Liverpool UK

Paul McCartney: double-tracked vocals, bass guitar, handclapping
John Lennon: backing vocals, rhythm guitar, handclapping
George Harrison: backing vocals, lead guitar, tambura, handclapping
Ringo Starr: drums, congas, handclapping
George Martin: piano, pianet
Produced by George Martin, Feb to March 1967
Recorded at EMI Studios, Abby Road by Geoff Emerick

12. Original Sloth Band: Get A Job
(Beal / Edwards / Lewis / Horton)
Whoopee After Midnight: Troubadour Records TR 005
Toronto ON

Tom Evans: vocal, hands
Chris Whiteley: vocal, hands
Ken Whiteley: vocal, guitar, hands
Produced by Original Sloth Band, 1973
Recorded by Graham Jones at MENISCUS

From the hard to read first album where white text reaches into a bright background and disappears, I search with a magnifying glass and come up with some of the goods. When the Whiteley Brothers (Ken and Chris) got together with Tom Evans, anything from a Hendrix song to a jugband tune might erupt at any moment. This album goes all over the place, from Fats Waller to Flatt and Scruggs and then off to Memphis Jug Band, that sorta thing. Here the render a song from the Silhouettes in 1957 which reached number one in Feb 1958.

13. Patsy Gallant: Get that Ball
(Ken Woen / Yves Lapierre)
45 single bw I’ve Gotta Make It (Upon My Own): Columbia Records Canada C4-3056
Campbellton NB

Patsy Gallant: vocal
Produced by Yves Lapierre, 1972

Born Adrienne Gallant, Campbellton NB August 15, 1948

Recorded 13 albums full of songs. Totally bilingual, she’s recorded songs in both French and English. Gallant's greatest pop success came when she teamed up with producer and manager Ian Robertson for the 1976 album, Are You Ready For Love for which she was crowned as Canada’s Disco Queen. After the disco era she went into theatre, lived in France for quite a while before returning to Canada in 2005.
1977 Female Vocalist of the Year
1978 Best Selling Single: "Sugar Daddy" and Female Vocalist of the Year

14. Electric Prunes: Get Me To The World On Time
(Annette Tucker / Jill Jones)
45 single bw Are You Lovin’ 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 including Vancouver based band The Collectors.

15. The Beatles: Get Back
(John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
Let It Be: Apple Records – SW 6386
Liverpool UK

Ringo Starr: drums
John Lennon: lead guitar, vocal
Paul McCartney: bass, vocal
George Harrison: guitar
Produced by Phil Spector, 1970
Recorded at Abby Road Studios by Glyn Johns - 1969

Hour Two

1.   Dawson City: Coming To Get Ya
(Randy Dawson)
Q107 Homegrown Album: Basement Records BASE 6002
Peterborough ON

Randy Dawson: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced by Q107, 1980

Beginning in the mid-1970s, Dawson also fronted The Randy Dawson Group and D'Nile Blues Band and Dawson City, gigging mostly in Toronto area. He won the Q107 talent contest in 1980. After that he got into production, songwriting and continues to play gigs.

2.   Five Man Cargo: Why Can’t I Get You
(John Telling)
45 single bw Memories: Rumble Records R 2360
John Telling: lead guitar, vocals
Gerald Laishley: lead vocals
Orly Anderson: bass, vocals
Warren Cann: drums
Bob Douglas: bass, vocals
Sid Fattedad: drums
Dave Jonsson: drums
Roy Kessler: bass
Lance Massey: lead guitar
Danny Piry: rhythm guitar, vocals
Jay Reyburn: rhythm guitar, vocals
Produced by Wayne Sterloff, 1969

I don’t know who exactly were on the 1969 recording of Why Can’t I Get You except for Gerald Laishley and John Telling. The band lasted several years, having toured with the original BTO group, Brave Belt.

3.   Miki and Griff: I’m Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail
(Karl / Harty)
45 single bw Rockin’ Alone (In An Old rocking Chair): Pye Records  7N.15296
London UK

Miki: vocals
Griff: vocals
Lonnie Donegan Band
Produced 1959

Barbara Macdonald (born 22 June 1920) died on 20 April 1989
Emyr Griffith (born 9 May 1923) died on 24 September 1995.

Their actual names were Barbara Macdonald and Emyr Morus Griffith; Barbara (née Salisbury) was Scottish and Emyr was Welsh. They first met while singing in the George Mitchell Choir in 1947-48. They got Married in 1950. Lonnie Donegan discovered the duo and had them record with Pye Records. They toured America in 1964, including performances at the Grand Ole Opry.

4.   Glen Campbell: By The Time I Get To Phoenix
(Jim Webb)
45 single bw You’ve Still Got A Place In My Heart: Capitol Records Canada 2015
Nashville TN

Glen Campbell: guitar, vocal
Uncredited others
Produced by Al de Lory, 1967
Released October 23, 1967

Glen Travis Campbell b. April 22, 1936 Billstown, ARK / d. August 8, 2017 (81) Nashville

Originally recorded by Johnny Rivers in 1965. Webb also wrote McArthur Park.

5.   Smyle: Will I Get Back Home Tomorrow
(Ron Demmans)
Smyle: Columbia Records ES-90017
Burlington ON
Ron Demmans (lead vocals, guitar)
Ray Durritt (lead guitar)
Peter Rihbany (bass)
Tim Regan (drums, percussion)
Produced by John Williams, 1970
Recorded by Terry Brown at Toronto Sound Studio

Not to be confused with the Dutch glamrock band of the same name and spelling. They got together in 1967 and lasted only a couple of years, released only one album and several singles. Will I Get Back Home Tomorrow was the B side of their only real hit, Glory Glory. Production of the album was all over the place; some songs have horns like Lighthouse, others sound like bubble gum pop and then there are a few hard rock pieces, like this one. I got my copy from Harry Bryan of Southern Shore Sounds radio. Ron Demmans relocated to Nashville and turned his attention to songwriting and production work.

6.   Paul James Band: Gonna Get You Baby
(Paul James Vigna)
Rockin The Blues: Stony Plain Records SPL 1135
Toronto ON
Paul James: guitar,
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.  backing band for Bo Diddley at the El Mocambo, 1972 became good friends did lotsa work together

Classic Story: Jamming with Dylan: 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 honoured with a Maple Blues Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012

7.   Ronney Abramson: Never Seem To Get Along Without You
(R Abramson)
45 single bw As Time Sneaks By: True North Records – TN 138
Montreal QC
Ronney Abranson: guitar, vocals
Others not listed

Produced by Matt McCauley & Fred Mollin, 1976

b. Paris FR

Born in France but moved to Montreal when she was young. After leaving university, she began performing in coffee houses of Quebec and Ontario, before recording her first album in 1971 produced by Andre Perry (who recorded Give Peace A Chance in a Montreal Hotel room), which was released in 1972 by Capitol Records..After moving to Toronto and playing guitar for awhile in his band, John Mills-Cockell introduced her to Bernie Finklestein, who ultimately signed her to his True North Records in 1976. Recorded 3 albums in the 70s. Did a lot of bg vocals for Bruce Cockburn recordings. Since 1986 Abramson has been a licensed Real Estate seller and owner of a real estate firm in Toronto. She still does the odd gig here and there.

8.   Kevin Rowland & Dexy’s Midnight Runners: Let’s Get This Straight From The Start
(Kevin Rowland)
45 single: Mercury Records – DEXYS11
London UK

Kevin Rowland: vocal
Seb Shelton: wooden block
John Edwards: bass guitar
Billy Adams: acoustic guitar
Micky & Spike: piano
Steve Brennan: accordion
Helen O'Hara: violin
Roger McDuff: violin
Produced by Clive Langer, Alan Winstanley & Kevin Rowland, 1982

Kevin Rowland b. 17 August 1953  Wednesfield, Wolverhampton, England

Rowland played in punk band The Killjoys before forming the Runners (1977 - 87)

During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Dexys went through numerous personnel changes over the course of three albums and 13 singles, with only singer/songwriter and co-founder Kevin Rowland remaining in the band through all of the transitions. They had violins and trumpets, banjos and drums; all sorts of combinations and produced several hits as Dexy’s in the UK during the 1980s.

9.   The Animals: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
(Barry Mann / Cynthia Weil)
The Best of the Animals: Quality Records Canada V-1786
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne UK

John Steel, drums
Eric Burdon, vocals
Chas Chandler, bass
Alan Price, keys
Hilton Valentine, guitar
Produced by Mickey Most, 1965
Recorded by Val Valentin

A song written by the husband and wife team of Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, writers of "Only in America", "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'", "Kicks" by Paul Revere and The Raiders. We Gotta Get Out of This Place was really popular with US GIs during the Vietnam War. This was when The Animals were really hot, scoring several major hits making them one of the best selling acts of 1965.

10. Climax Blues Band: Couldn’t Get It Right
(Climax Blues Band)
45 single bw Sav'ry Gravy: Sire Records 1147-736
Stafford UK

Colin Cooper: sax, lead vocal
John Cuffley: drums
Pete Haycock: guitar
Derek Holt: bass
Richard Jones: keys
Produced by The Climax Blues Band, 1976

First formed in Stafford, England, in 1967 as The Climax Chicago Blues Band. The band has released 19 albums and had a Top 10 hit in the UK with "Couldn't Get It Right". The song was written after the band's label told them that their 1976 album called “Gold Plated” lacked a standout track and asked them to "try and write a hit". So they went and wrote it, in the words of bassist Derek Holt, "from absolutely nowhere". The song was ranked #32 on Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles chart of 1977.

11. Bob Burchill: Will I Ever Get To Heaven
(Bob Burchill)
Perth County Apple Jack: Will ‘o Wind Productions: WOW 001
Stratford ON

Bob Burchill: vocal, guitar, harp, mandoline, fiddle
David Woodhead: bass, keys, guitars, bg vocals
Jerome Jarvis: drums
Brian Lee Griffith: electric guitar
Kim Deschamps: dobro
Richard Hutt: flute
Doug Biggs: pedal steel
Produced by Bob Burchill, David Woodhead & Jerome Jarvis, 1977
Recorded by Bill Wharrie at Track Four Studios, Radio Waterloo, ON
Mastered by JAMF Toronto

Started performing with his dad, a fiddle player. Got inspired by Bob Dylan. Eventually moved to Stratford ON & ran the espresso machine at the Black Swan, home to Perth Co. Conspiracy, which he joined in 1970. His album Cabin Fever (1975) was the first recording to feature the young David Woodhead & guitarist John Jackson. Burchill has kept busy ever since. Now living in London ON and still recording.

12. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: You’re Gonna Get It In The End
(Takamatsu / Hendricks / Olson)
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: Liberty Records – LRP 3501
Long Beach CA

Bruce Kunkel: Guitar, Kazoo, Washtub Bass
Jeff Hanna: Washboard, Sandblocks, Guitar, Comb, Kazoo, Phinius
Jimmie Fadden: Harmonia, Washtub Bass, Phinius, Kazoo, Cigarette
Ralphy Barr: Guitar, Kazoo, Washtub Bass, bubbles
Les Thompson: Mandolin, Kazoo, Washtub Bass, Phinius
John McEuen: Banjo, Washtub Bass
Produced by Dallas Smith, 1967

 "You're Gonna Get It in the End" was written by the band The Lamp of Childhood. While The Lamp only released a few singles, and had no hits, one member had some notoriety. James Hendricks had been in The Big Three and The Mugwumps with his then wife Cass Elliot. He went on to write the number-one hit "Summer Rain" for Johnny Rivers.

"You're Gonna Get It In The End" was a Lamp Of Childhood unreleased track and was included on this album months after The Lamp Of Childhood broke up. This is performed in the 1960s style. It features banjo and guitar throughout and a guitar solo at the break. The lyrics are about getting revenge on a girl who is messing with his min

13. Ike & Tina Turner Revue: Get Back
(Lennon &McCartney)
Get Back! Liberty Records LO 51156
Memphis TN

Tina Turner: lead vocal
Ike Turner: lead guitar
Others not listed
Produced by Ike Turner, 1971
Album released 1985
Mastered by Ron McMaster at EMI International Studios

14. Hank Williams: I’ll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
(Hank Williams / Fred Rose)
45 single bw I Could Never Be Ashamed of You: MGM 11366
Mount Olive, Alabama

Hank Williams: guitar, vocal
Jerry Rivers: fiddle
Don Helms: steel guitar
Chet Atkins: lead guitar
Chuck Wright or Ernie Newton: bass
Released September 1952
Recorded June 13, 1952 Castle Studio, Nashville

Hiram Williams b. September 17, 1923 Mount Olive Alabama / d. Jan 1, 1953 (29) Oak Hill, W Virginia

Reached #1 just after his death, Jan 1, 1953. Chet Atkins recalled later, "We recorded 'I'll Never Get Out of this World Alive' and after each take, he'd sit down in a chair. I remember thinking, 'Hoss, you're not jivin',' because he was so weak that all he could do was just sing a few lines, and then just fall in the chair."

15. T Rex: Bang A Gong (Get It On)
(Marc Bolan)
Electric Warrior: Reprise Records R1 76111
London UK

Marc Bolan: guitar, vocals
Mickey Finn: percussion, congas, bongos, vocals
Steve Currie: bass
Bill Legend: drums, tambourine
Rick Wakeman: keys
Produced by Tony Visconti, 1971
Recorded at Trident and Advision Studios, London; Wally Heider, LA; Media Sound, NYC
Recording Engineer: Roy Thomas Baker
Mastered by George Marino

This Week's Bonus Track:

16. The Beatles: Come & Get It
(Paul McCartney / John Lennon)
Sessions: Apple - ST 12373
Liverpool UK
Ringo Starr: drums
John Lennon: lead guitar, vocal
Paul McCartney: bass, vocal
George Harrison: guitar
Produced by George Martin, 1985
Re-Mixed by Geoff Emerick

Compilation album by The Beatles planned for release by EMI in 1985, but never issued due to objections by the surviving Beatles.