33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 25, 2020
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     Hour One

1.  Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: I’ll Buy For You The Rain - 1967
2.   The Monkees: Gonna Buy Me A Dog - 1966
3.   The Replacements: I’ll Buy - 1985
4.   Frank Zappa: Rudy Wants to Buy Yez A Drink - 1970
5.   Brave Combo: Money Can’t Buy Everything - 1988
6.   Bruce Cockburn: You Pay Your Money And You Take Your Chance - 1981 *
7.   Rory Gallagher: You’ve Got To Pay - 1975
8.   Buffalo Springfield: Pay The Price - 1966 *
9.   The Hollies: Pay You Back With Interest - 1967
10. Johnny MacLeod and The Young Pioneers: The Price Is Rising - 1985 *
11. Colter Wall: Thirteen Silver Dollars - 2017 *
12. Status Quo: The Price of Love - 1969
13. The Who: Bargain - 1971
14. CSN&Y: Find The Cost Of Freedom - 1970
15. Mainline: Don’t Buy Me A Goose - 1969 *

Hour Two

1.   Mac Beattie: Gavan’s Hotel at Quyon, Quebec - 1970 *
2.   Stu Phillips: The Grand Hotel - 1958 *
3.   The Fendells: The Corner Bar
4.   The Shuffle Demons: Twelve Beer My Dear - 1988 *
5.   Frank Soda: Drunk & Disorderly - 1981 *
6.   Edmundo Ros & Orch: Chocolate Whiskey and Vanilla Gin - 1955
7.   The Abby Tavern Singers: The Wild Rover - 1966 *
8.   Ernest Tubb: Bubbles In My Beer - 1972
9.   Oscar Brand: Whiskey Johnny - 1962 *
10. The Doors: Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) - 1967
11. The Formerly Brothers: Drunk - 1987 *
12. Stompin’ Tom Connors: J.R.’s Bar - 1990 *
13. Paul Edward Royes: Rainbow Bar - 2019 *
14. Pink Floyd: Ibiza Bar - 1969
15. Ti-Blanc Richard: Reel du snack bar - 1960 *

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And Now for The Particulars:
Hour One

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: Buy For Me The Rain
(S Noonan / G Copeland)
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band: Liberty Records LRP 3501
Long Beach CA
Jeff Hanna: Lead Vocal, Washboard, Sandblocks, Guitar, Comb, Kazoo, Phinius
Bruce Kunkel: Guitar, Kazoo, Washtub Bass
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

Songwriters Noonan and Copeland were school chums of Jackson Brown (a founding member the Dirt Band when they were still a jug band). This was really the only pop hit The Dirt Band ever really had. It was from their first album which was filled with humorous songs and rags,  mostly remnants of their jug band days. 

2.   The Monkees: Gonna Buy Me A Dog
(Tommy Boyce / Bobby Hart)
Re-Focus: Bell Records - 6081
Los Angeles CA

Lead vocals: Micky Dolenz, Davy Jones
Guitar: Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, Louie Shelton
Organ: Bobby Hart
Bass: Larry Taylor
Drums: Billy Lewis
Produced by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, 1966
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio #1, Hollywood, California; July 23, 1966 (2:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.)

This was a brilliant way to finish off The Monkees’ first album. Sorry about the Zulu joke! A lot of this was totally ad lib, right off the floor. Another Boyce and Hart song backed up by a studio band without a Monkee playing on it. Great use of stereo tho! That’s Micky Dolenz left and Davy Jones, right.

3.   The Replacements: I’ll Buy
(Paul Westerberg)
Tim: Sire ‎– 92 53304
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Tommy Stinson: Bass 
Chris Mars: Drums Backing Vocals
Bob Stinson: Guitar
Paul Westerberg: Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Produced by Steven Fjelstad and Tommy Erdelyi, 1985
Recorded by Steve Fjelstad at Nicollet Studios
Mastered By Jack Skinner at Sterling Sound, NYC

The Replacements' history began in Minneapolis in 1978 and lasted until 1999 and have since done some re-union work. They first called themselves "Dogbreath" and began covering songs by Aerosmith, Ted Nugent and Yes without a singer. One day as Paul Westerberg, a janitor in Senator David Durenberger's office, was walking home from work, he heard a band playing in the Stinson brother’s house.

"They didn't even know what punk was. They didn't like punk. Chris had hair down to his shoulders," Westerberg told an interviewer. But after the band members discovered bands like the Clash, the Jam, the Damned and the Buzzcocks, Dogbreath changed its name to the Impediments and played a drunken performance at a church hall gig in June 1980.  After being banned from the venue for disorderly behavior, they changed the name to the Replacements.

4.   Frank Zappa: Rudy Wants to Buy Yez A Drink
(Frank Zappa)
Chungas Revenge: Reprise / Bizarre 2030
Los Angeles CA

Frank Zappa: vocal, guitar
Ian Underwood: piano, sax
George Duke: organ
Jeff Simmons: bass, vocal
Aynsley Dunbar: drums
Howard Kaylan aka Phlorescent Leech: vocal
Mark Volman aka Eddy: vocals, rhythm guitar
Produced by Frank Zappa, 1970
Recorded in various studios, mostly in LA

5.   Brave Combo: Money Can’t Buy Everything
(Gomulka / Pulaski)
Humansville: Rounder Records - 9019
Denton, Texas
Carl Finch: accordion, guitar, keyboards, percussion
Jeffrey Barnes: tenor sax, clarinet, keys, percussion
Bubba Hernandez: bass, tuba
Mitch Marine: drums
Produced by Brave Combo, 1988
Recorded by Martin Walters at Heads Up Studio, Roanoke TX

Founded in 1979 and still going strongly today. In fact, they seem to have released nearly an album a year since their first release. They won a Grammy Award in 1999 in the Best Polka Album category for their album Polkasonic, and again in 2004 for their album Let's Kiss.

6.   Bruce Cockburn: You Pay Your Money And You Take Your Chance
(Bruce Cockburn)
Inner City Front: True North Records – TN 47
Ottawa ON

Bruce Cockburn: Guitar and Vocals
Memo Acevedo: Percussion
Bob DiSalle: Drums
Dennis Pendrith: Bass guitar
Jon Goldsmith: Keyboards
Hugh Marsh: Violin and Mandolin
Kathryn Moses: Reeds and Background Vocals
Produced by Bruce Cockburn, 1981
Recorded by Gary Gray at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by George Marino, Sterling Sound, NY

A great song about downtown Toronto, love and romance. Kensington Market shines. CIUT alumni percussionist Memo Acevedo appears on this track. He still comes back from time to time to do a special.

7.   Rory Gallagher: You’ve Got To Pay
(R Gallagher)
En El Principio…Rory Gallagher: Decca (Spain) CPS 9383
Ballyshannon IR

Rory Gallagher: guitar, harmonica, vocals
Eric Kitteringham: bass
Norman Damery: drums
Produced by Mervyn Solomon, 1975

William Rory Gallagher b. 2 March 1948, Ballyshannon, Ireland / d. 14 June 1995 (47) London

8.   Buffalo Springfield: Pay The Price
(Stephen Stills)
Buffalo Springfield: Atco Records Mono 33-200-A
Los Angeles CA / Ontario

Neil Young: lead guitar
Stephen Stills: guitar, lead vocal
Richie Furay: guitar, lead vocal
Dewey Martin: drums
Bruce Palmer: bass
Produced by Charles Greene, Brian Stone, 1966
Recorded July to September 1966 by Tom May, Doc Siegel, James Hilton, Stan Ross
Mixing: Buffalo Springfield, Charles Greene, Brian Stone

From the first Buffalo Springfield album by this 3/5ths Canadian band in 1966. Great bass playing drives this in jam, probably more typical of what the band were like back then as opposed to what was produced on the rest of this album. The band never liked the way it was produced, feeling that it didn’t adequately reflect what they were like live. But it seems to come across quite well on this record.

9.   The Hollies: Pay You Back With Interest
(Alan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash)
The Hits of The Hollies: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series DT 6228
Lancashire UK

Allan Clarke: lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Graham Nash: vocals, guitar
Tony Hicks: vocals, guitars, banjo, mandolin, bass, sitar, keyboards
Eric Haydock: bass
Bobby Elliott: drums
Canadian Compilation Produced by Paul White
First Published in Canada, July, 1967

This is a 1969 re-release by Capitol Records of Canada which first appeared in 1967 featuring this 1966 hit song which did modestly well for the Hollies, known for their fine vocal harmonies. They would soon shed original member Graham Nash who moved to the US, took up with Joni Mitchell and joined Stephen Stills and David Crosby in CSN.

10. Johnny MacLeod and The Young Pioneers: The Price Is Rising
(J MacLeod)
Dynamite In The Stove: True North Records TN60
Toronto ON
Johnny MacLeod: electric guitar, vocals
Shane Adams: bass
Taras Chonowol: strings
Michael Lengyell: drums
Lee Whalen: bg vocal
Jon Goldsmith: keys
Produced by John Goldsmith and Kerry Crawford, 1985
Recorded by John Naslen at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by Doug Sax at Mastering Lab, Los Angeles

Originally MacLeod lead Toronto new wave band Johnny and the G-Rays. This was the only album he put out on True North Records under his own name. Unfortunately, in my opinion, the label were trying to make Johnny palatable to radio-play through production overkill which inadvertently took the edge off the politics of the songs. I think it injured his career and ever since he’s taken refuge in his own recording studio in Toronto, cranking out great sounding records. A brand-new John Borra album, released on vinyl, was recorded there; I’ll play some of it on the show next week.

11. Colter Wall: Thirteen Silver Dollars
(Colter Wall)
Colter Wall: Young Mary’s Record Co. YMRC001-1
Swift Current SK

Colter Wall: acoustic guitar, vocal
Jason Simpson: bass
Dave Cobb: acoustic guitar
Produced by David Cobb, 2017
Recorded by Gena Johnson

Colter Wall b. June 27, 1995, Swift Current, Saskatchewan

This guy sounds ancient and yet he was one of the youngest who’ve released vinyl that I’ve ever played on my show. Son of ex-Premier of Saskatchewan (Brad Wall), Colter sounds as if he’s breathed in songs of the prairie since birth a hundred years ago! And he’s only 24!

12. Status Quo: The Price of Love
(Dan & Phil Everly)
45 rpm Single: Pye Records 7N 1782
London UK

Francis Rossi: guitar, vocals
Rick Parfitt: guitar, vocals
Alan Lancaster: bass, vocals
John Coghlan: drums
Roy Lynes: keyboards, vocals
Produced by John Schroeder, 1969

An English boogie rock band known as The Scorpions that formed in 1962 and evolved into Status Quo in 1967. By 1967, the group had discovered psychedelia and named themselves Traffic, but were soon forced to change it to Traffic Jam to avoid confusion with Steve Winwood's Traffic, following an argument over who had registered the name first. In January 1968, the group released the  "Pictures of Matchstick Men". Matchstick Men became the group's only Top 40 hit in the United States, peaking at number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100. They have never officially retired and continue to perform gigs.

13. The Who: Bargain
(Pete Townsend)
30 Years of Maximum R&B: MCA Records – MCADA-11020
London UK

Pete Townsend: guitar
Roger Daltry: vocal
John Entwhistle: bass
Keith Moon: drums
Compilation Produced by Chris Charlesworth, Jon Asley & Bill Curbishley, 1994
Recorded live at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium 1971

This is just a great recording of the band at their best, bombastic selves! Rarely caught to the fullest extent on records, only Live at Leeds really captured the fullness of the way they performed. This previously unreleased recording does that and more. It’s really heavy.

14. CSN&Y: Find The Cost Of Freedom
(Stephen Stills)
So Far:  Atlantic ‎Records SD 18100
Los Angeles

Neil Young: acoustic guitar, vocals
Stephen Stills: guitar, vocals
David Crosby: vocals
Graham Nash: vocals
Produced by CSN&Y, 1974
Recorded at The Record Plant, LA May, 1970

Originally the B-Side of Ohio, totally written for times like these when the truth is buried in lies. Lies fly like missiles at our hearts and at our minds, rusting away our trust.

15. Mainline: Don’t Buy Me A Goose
(M Joe)
Stink: Liberty LBS 83251 / EMI C2 0777 7 26590 2 6
Toronto, ON

Mike McKenna: lead guitar
Mendleson Joe: guitar
Tony Nolasco: drums
Mike Harrison: bass
Produced by Liberty Records Staff, UK, June 11, 1969

I know it’s not Christmas but it’s such a strange time! This song was recorded in the month of June so I guess it’s appropriate. But it’s a good way to end the first hour of the program, don’tcha think?

Hour Two

1.   Mac Beattie: Gavan’s Hotel at Quyon, Quebec
(Mac Beattie)
Mr. Ottawa Valley: Banff / Rodeo - SBS 5333
Arnprior, ON

Mac Beattie: cocktail drum, vocal
Reg Hill: fiddle
Gaetan Fairfield: guitar
Jim Mayhew: piano
Gordon Summers: lead guitar
George Courschesne: bass
Produced by Ralph Carlson, 1970

Brian, who does Hurtin For Real - a radio show on the internet playing Country & Western, Outlaw, Americana, Canadiana, twangy stuff out of Kamloops BC, reached out on Twitter and asked: “Down the road I'll be doing a show of songs with Canadian towns, big or small, in the titles. Have a favourite?” This was one of the songs I mentioned to him. I went to Quyon last summer and the Hotel’s still there but was for sale.

Mac Beattie’s bands played in Quyon numerous times. The Hotel was owned by traditional singer Lennox Gavin (father of country singer Gale Gavan). The song mentions various regulars who used to frequent the hotel. It also mentions the owner/operator of the little car ferry.

“Now come all ye fun lovers
And sit for a spell and I’ll
sing you a song about
my favourite hotel.
And I’ll mention a name here
With all due respect:
Lennox Gavan’s Hotel
At Quyon, Quebec.”

2.   Stu Phillips: The Grand Hotel
A Visit To British Columbia: Rodeo Records RLP 29
Montreal QC

Stu Phillips: guitar, vocal
Produced 1958

b St-Eustache, near Montreal, 19 Jan 1933

Born in Montreal, he learned to play guitar by himself. At 26 he moved out to Edmonton Alberta to further his career and ended up as a radio host on Stu For Breakfast. He also hosted The Red River Jamboree, taking over as MC from Stu Davis. Moving to Nashville in 1965, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1967 and had several hits with RCA including 'Bracero' (1966). In 1993 he was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and in 2002 became a member of the hall of fame of the North America Country Music Associations, International. He currently owns a winery.

3.   The Fendells: The Corner Bar
(Pete Roth)
45 single bw Your Golden Wedding Band: Country Star Records 5002
Produced circa 1965

Recorded also as Bill Thomas & The Fendells with a small hit song called Southern Fried Chicken on Savoy Records.  Otherwise, could find anything else about them. I picked this single up at Eddy’s Books in Sydney NS.

4.   The Shuffle Demons: Twelve Beer My Dear
(David Parker)
Bop Rap: Stony Plain - SPCD 1124
Toronto, ON

Rich Underhill: alto, baratone sax
Mike Murley: tenor, baratone, alto sax
Dave Parker: tenor sax
Jim Vivian: bass
Stich Wynston: drums
Produced by Bob Doidge, Barry Elms & The Demons, 1988
Recorded by Bob Doidge with John Oliviera & Mark Howard at Grant Avenue Studios, Hamilton
Mastered by George Graves at Lacquer Channel, Toronto
Suits by Kurt Swinghammer

On cover it states that “Home Taping Sucks. Please Be Cool.” That was the great fear in the music industry in the 1980s: criminals with fingers on the record button of their tape recorders, dubbing their records to listen on their Walkman’s or in their cars which was completely illegal.  So the industry went on the offensive and offended an entire generation of music lovers who soon discovered mp3s.

5.   Frank Soda: Drunk & Disorderly
(Frank Soda)
Saturday Night Getaway: Quality Records SV 2093
Toronto ON

Frank Soda: guitars, vocals
Glen Gratto: drums
Peter Crolly: bass
The Drunk and Disorderly Crowd: the sounds of Drunk and Disordorliness
Produced by Michael Tilka, 1981
Recorded by Mark Wright at Phase One, Toronto
Half Speed Mastering by George Graves at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Francesco Soda born in Mangone, Calabria, Italy. Emigrated with his family to Canada in 1957.

Grew up in Kitimat, BC where he started playing guitar in the early '60s. His first band The Roots of Innocence went on to win the BC Northwest Battle of the Bands in 1969. After moving to Toronto in 1980 signed a record deal with Quality. Moved back to BC in 1988 and worked with a number of artists including Aerosmith, Loverboy, Bryan Adams, Randy Bachman, and Trooper.

6.   Edmundo Ros & Orch: Chocolate Whiskey and Vanilla Gin
(Mysels / Hilliard)
Calypsos: London LL 1091
London UK

Edmundo Ros: orchestra leader
Produced 1955

b. Port of Spain, Trinidad Dec 7, 1910 / d. 21 Oct 2011 Alicante, Spain (101)

In 1937 he went to London  to study harmony, composition and orchestration at the Royal Academy of Music.  August 1940: Ros formed his own orchestra, performin as  Edmundo Ros and His Rumba Band. In 1941 they recorded their first record. By 1946 Ros owned a club, a dance school, a record company and an artistes' agency. His band grew to 16 musicians and was renamed Edmundo Ros and His Orchestra. He gave his last public performance on 8 January 1994.

7.   The Abby Tavern Singers: The Wild Rover
(Brooks / O’Connell)

We’re Off To Dublin In The Green: Arc Records ACM-5003
Dublin, Ireland

Michael O’Coinnell
Margaret Monks
Michael Brookes
Tommy Rick
Seamus Gallagher
Joe O’Leary
PJ Downes
Bill Powers
Tess Nolan
Produced by Phil G Anderson, 1966
Recorded by Michael Purcell at Keystone Studios, Ireland

Dublin’s Abby Tavern dates back to the 15th Century close to the ancient ruins of Howth Abbey, which dates back to the 11th century. Their big hit song was "We're Off To Dublin in the Green" used by Carling Breweries (Canada) Ltd in an international television advertising campaign. The song is an IRA marching song dating back to approximately 1916. Using the soundtrack from the commercial, the song was released on Canada's ARC Records and became extremely popular, reaching No. 2 on Toronto’s CHUM Charts and selling close to 150,000 copies in Canada alone within the first year of release.

It was a surprise hit, partly because of the poor sound quality, partly because of the song's ties to the IRA, and partly because of its association with an alcoholic beverage. Carling Black Label reported increased market share following the release of the commercial and the song's subsequent popularity. It was also recorded and released as a successful single in Canada by The Carlton Showband that same year, renaming it The Merry Ploughboy, also on ARC records.

8.   Ernest Tubb: Bubbles In My Beer
(Bob Wills / Tommy Duncan / Cindy Walker)
Baby Its So Hard To Be Good: Decca / MCA 512
Crisp, Texas
Ernest Tubb: guitar, vocal
Produced 1972

Ernest Tubb b. Crisp, Texas February 9, 1914 / d. September 6, 1984 Nashville TN (aged 70)
Nicknamed ‘The Texas Troubadour’

One of Country Music’s great pioneers, Ernest Tubb recorded “Walking The Floor Over You” in 1941 and sold over a million records. In 1948, he was the first singer to record a hit version of "Blue Christmas". On August 14, 1982, he made his final appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. He was posthumously inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in 1999
9.   Oscar Brand: Whiskey Johnny
Rollicking Sea Shanties: Audio Fidelity Records AFLP 1966
NYC / Winnipeg
Oscar Brand: vocal, 12 string guitar
Dave Sear, Eric Weissberg: banjo

Produced by Sidney Frey, 1962

Oscar Brand b. Winnipeg MB Feb 7, 1920 / d. Sept 30, 2016, Great Neck NY (94)

Born into a Jewish family in Winnipeg in 1920, Brand is best known for his original composition, “Something To Sing About”.  He hosted a popular television show “Let's Sing Out” aired on CTV and later CBC-TV and for 70 years hosted a weekly folk music show on WNYC Radio in New York, which is credited as the longest running radio show with only one host in broadcasting history.

10. The Doors: Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)
(Kurt Weill / Bertolt Brecht)
The Doors: Elektra Records EKS 74007
Los Angeles CA

Jim Morrison: Lead vocals, tambourine,
Robby Krieger: Gibson SG, backing vocals
Ray Manzarek: Vox Continental, Marxophone, Keyboard bass, backing vocals
John Densmore: Drums, backing vocals
Paul Rothchild: Backing vocals
Produced by Paul A Rothchild, 1967
Recorded by Bruce Botnick at Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood

Also known as "Moon of Alabama", "Moon over Alabama", and "Whisky Bar". It was re-used for the 1930 opera ‘Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny’ and has been covered by The Doors and David Bowie. The lyric "Show me the way to the next whisky bar" was written on the wall of the men's restroom in the TV show Cheers.

11. The Formerly Brothers: Drunk
(J Liggins)
The Return of the Formerly Brothers: Stony Plain Records SPL 1104
Turner Valley AB, San Antonio TX, Belgium

Amos Garrett: vocals, guitar
Doug Sahm: vocals, guitar, organ, dobro
Gene Taylor: vocals, piano
Kit Johnson: bass
Bodhan Hluszko (Michelle Josef): drums
Produced by Holger Petersen, 1987
Recorded by Colin Lay at Goede Creative, Edmonton, Alberta

The band formed at the 1986 Edmonton Folk Festival

Amos Garrett November 26, 1941, Detroit, Michigan, USA: The Dirty Shames, Maria Muldaur, Great Speckled Bird. He has lived in Calgary AB for many years.

Doug Sahm b. San Antonio TX November 6, 1941  d. November 18, 1999 Taos NM: Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornados w Flaco Jimenez

Gene Taylor b. Norwalk Cal 1952: Big Joe Turner, T-Bone Walker, Canned Heat, The Blasters, Downchild Blues Band, The Fabulous Thunderbirds. He currently lives in Belgium. He lived in Toronto for a long while.

12. Stompin’ Tom Connors: J.R.’s Bar
(TC Connors)
More of the Stompin' Tom Phenomenon: Capitol Records - C1-95897
Halton Hills, ON

Stompin’ Tom Connors: rhythm guitar, vocals
Mary MacIntyre: keys
Mickey Andrews: steel, dobro, drums
Ray Keating: bass
JP Cormier: fiddle, guitar, mandolin
Produced Dr. Tom Connors, 1991
Recorded by Brian Hewson at Escarpment Sound, Acton ON

Johnny Reid, who owned a Charlottetown bar that featured Stompin' Tom Connors, Anne Murray and John Allen Cameron on its stage, is the JR in this song. He died of cancer in 2011.

13. Paul Edward Royes: Rainbow Bar  – Tribute To Lemmy
(PE Royes)
Child Of The Sun: Message To Love PER001
Toronto ON

Paul Edward Royes: guitars, bass
Phil Naro: vocals
Jim Neilson: bass
Alexander Tukatsch: drums
Produced by Paul Edward Royes, 2019
Recorded at Message To Love Studios, Toronto
Mixed by Clifton David Broadbridge at El Mocambo Productions
Mastered by Joao Carvalho at Joao Carvalho Mastering, Toronto

A brand new album by a guy who’s been playing in bands for years, in all kinds of venues, but until now has failed to appear on a record. Until now! Here’s his tribute to Lemmy.

14. Pink Floyd: Ibiza Bar
(Wright / Mason / Waters / Gilmore)
More: Capitol Records Canada ST 6318
Cambridge UK

Roger Waters: bass guitar, tape effects, percussion, backing vocals
Nick Mason: drums, percussion
Richard Wright: Farfisa organ, Hammond M-102 spinet organ, piano, vibraphone
David Gilmour: acoustic, electric, slide, flamenco guitars, percussion, lead vocals
Produced by Pink Floyd, 1969
Recorded at Pye Studios, London

15. Ti-Blanc Richard: Reel du snack bar
Ti-Blanc Richard: RCA Victor - CGP-104
Montreal, QC

Ti-Blanc Richard: violon
Produced 1960

Adalbert Richard b. Martinville QC Aug 13, 1920 / d. Feb 22, 1981 Sherbrooke QC (60)

Initially an accordionist, he began playing the violin at 15 and in the following year joined the Log Cabin Boys in Sherbrooke. In 1940 he formed his own group, Les Copains de l'Est. He began performing on CHLT radio, Sherbrooke, in 1937. One of Canada's leading novelty fiddlers, at times he employed a baseball bat, a hockey stick, a broom, or an axe handle for a bow. He also played with a violin bow attached to a pedal-operated sewing machine.

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