33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 1, 2023
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Side A

1.   Billy May Orch: Little Brown Just – 1949
2.   Bill Deal & The Rhondels: May I – 1959
3.   Nat King Cole: If I May – 1962
4.   Alan Parson’s Project: May Be A Price to Pay – 1979
5.   Sam & Dave: May I Baby - 1966
6.   Jimi Hendrix Experience: May There Be Love – 1967
7.   Frank Zappa: Peaches En Regalia – 1970
8.   May Ip: My Mama’s Words – 1994 *
9.   Bob May: The Prisoner’s Song – 1972 *
10. Simon & Garfunkel: For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her – 1968
11. Jodie Drake: I May Be Wrong – 1975 *
12. Left Banke: She May Call You Up Tonight – 1966
13. Jorgen Ingmann: Echo Boogie - 1961
14. Allen Baekeland & Steve Fruitman: I’m Gonna Tear Down The Mailbox
15. Andrew Neville: Coming Home to You 
16. Steve Fruitman w Positively Stompin’: May, the Millwright’s Daughter *
17. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Wop May
18. La Reve Du Diable: Sucre D’Erable – 1976 *
19. Three Ugly Guys: The Leafs Are Gonna Win – 1993 *

The B Side

1.   The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – 1965
2.   Guess Who: Shakin’ All Over – 1965 *
3.   The Kinks: Come On Now – 1965
4.   The Plague: High Flying Bird – 1967 *
5.   Wes Dakus and Club 93 Riders: Pink Canary – 1965    1.51
6.   The Who: Please Please Please – 1965
7.   The DuCats: Off The Hook – 1966 *
8.   The Animals: Blue Feeling – 1964
9.   The Liverpool Set: Seventeen Tears To The End – 1966 *
10. The Townsmen: Pineland Stomp – 2006 *       
11. The Searchers: Sugar And Spice – 1963
12. Bartholomew + Three: She’s Mine – 1965 *
13. The Keatniks: Three Long Day’s and Nights – 1965 *
14. Peter And Gordon: A World Without Love - 1964
15. The Brunswick Playboys: Too Blind To See – 1966
16. Bob Ashley & The Reflections: Inside Out – 1962 *   
17. The Chessmen: Love Didn’t Die – 1965 *
18. The Count Five: Psychotic Reaction – 1965
19. Lovin’ Spoonful: Blues In The Bottle – 1965
20. Ran-Dells: The Martian Hop – 1963
21. The McCoys: Come On Let’s Go – 1965
22. Cheech And Chong – Turn That Thing Down – 1974     4.42
23. The Yardbirds: You’re A Better Man Than I – 1965

And Now for The Particulars

Side A

1.   Billy May’s Orchestra: Little Brown Jug
Bacchanalia!: Capitol Records EBF-374
Pittsburgh PA
Produced by Capitol Records 1953

Edward William "Billy" May, Jr b. Pittsburgh PA Nov 10, 1916 – d. Jan 22, 2004 San Juan Capistrano, CA.

May worked with Frank Sinatra on many of his recordings. Also worked with Nat King Cole, Vic Damone, Peggy Lee, Bing Crosby etc. In 1959, May won the Grammy Award for Best Performance by an Orchestra.

2.   Bill Deal & The Rhondels: May I
(M Williams)  
45 single bw Day By Day My Love Grows Stronger: Heritage Records – HE 803X
Portsmouth, VA
Bill Deal - vocals, keys
Ammon Tharp - lead vocals, drums
Ken Dawson – trumpet
Rollie Ligart - trumpet
Don Quisenberry – bass
Mike Kerwin - guitar, trumpet
Tom Pittman - saxophone
Ronny Rosenbaum – trombone
Produced by Bill Deal - 1969
Recorded in Bell Sound Studio, NYC

Bill Deal (born July 8, 1944, died December 10, 2003)

Originally formed his band in 1959 and continued until 1983 but only delivered one album, called Vintage Rock in 1969, and seven singles. May I being the first. Although Bill Deal died back in 2003, the original Rhondels have kept on playing gigs in his memory.

3.   Nat King Cole: If I May – 1962
The Nat King Cole Story: Volume 2: Capitol Records – SW 1927
Album Produced by Lee Gillette, 1961
Recorded at Radio Recorders in Los Angeles 1947

4.   Alan Parson’s Project: May Be A Price to Pay
(Alan Parsons / Eric Woolfson)
I Robot: Arista Records AL 7002
London, UK
David Paton, bass
Stuart Tosh, drums
Ian Bairnson, guitars
David Paton, acoustic guitar
Alan Parsons, acoustic guitar, keyboards
Eric Woolfson, keyboards
Duncan MacKay, keyboards
BJ Cole, steel guitar
Produced by Alan Parsons, 1977
Recorded by Alan Parsons with Pat Stapley & Chris Blair at Abby Road Studios, London
Mastered by Chris Blair

5.   Sam & Dave: May I Baby
(Isaac Hayes & David Porter)
Soul Men: Stax  – SD 725
Produced by Isaac Hayes & David Porter, 1967

6.   Jimi Hendrix Experience: May There Be Love
(Jimi Hendrix)
Are You Experienced: Reprise Records 6261
Seattle WA / London UK
Jimi Hendrix: guitar, vocals
Mitch Mitchell: drums
Noel Redding: bass
Produced by Chas Chandler 1967
Recorded October 23, 1966 April 4, 1967, at De Lane Lea, CBS, and Olympic Studios in London

7.   Frank Zappa: Peaches En Regalia
(Frank Zappa)
Hot Rats: Bizarre Records / Reprise Records RS 6356
Los Angeles CA
Frank Zappa: guitar, octave bass, percussion
Ian Underwood: piano, oganus maximus, flute, clarinets, sax
Ron Selico: drums
Shuggy Otis: bass
Produced by Frank Zappa, 1969
Recorded by Dick Kunc, whitney Studios; Jack Hunt, TTG; Cliff Goldstein, TTG; Brian Ingoldsby, Sunset Sound

8.   May Ip: My Mama’s Words
(M Ip)
Very Personal: Ind - No Serial
May Ip: guitars, vocals
Produced by May Ip - 1994

May came to live in Canada from Lamma Island, Hong Kong and quickly made friends with fellow singer songwriters. I had her on my show and lost contact after she moved up north. Funny last year when June Ip was elected to the CIUT board of directors. First a May Ip and now a June. Any April Ips out there?

9.   Bob May: The Prisoner’s Song
(Barney McCracken)
Songs of Barney McCracken – Album Two: Sourdough BCR 1003
Grimsby ON
Bob May: guitar, vocals
Produced 1977
Recorded demo, 1976

10. Simon & Garfunkel: For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her
(Paul Simon)
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme: Columbia Records KCS 9363
Paul Simon: 12 string guitar
Art Garfunkel: vocal
Produced by Bob Johnston, 1966
Recorded by Roy Halee, Aug 22, 1966

"For Emily, Whenever I May Find Her" has sometimes been thought to be named after poet Emily Dickinson, who is referenced in another song on the record, "The Dangling Conversation." In 2014, a Rolling Stone readers poll ranked it among the duo's best compositions, with the magazine declaring, "Over the years, fans have recognized it as one of the duo's sweetest love songs." It’s been recorded by Glen Yardbrough, Johnny Rivers, Ricky Nelson, Cliff Richard and David Essex.

11. Jodie Drake: Blues (I May Be Wrong)
(trad arr by Jodie Drake)
Rotary Club of Minden Presents: Canadian Blues And Jazz Festival: Rotary International – KE 500
Toronto / Detroit
Jodie Drake: vocals
Milt Buckner: organ
Illinois Jacquet: tenor sax
Joe Jones: drums
Produced by James P Booth, 1974
Recorded by Ike Kelneck live at the
Canadian Blues and Jazz Festival, Minden ON

Jodie Drake b. Detroit MI 1919 - died Hawaii, January 25 2000

12. Left Banke: She May Call You Up Tonight
(Mike Brown / Steve Martin)
Walk Away Rene/ Pretty Ballerina: Smash Records SRS 67088
New York City, NY
Mike Brown: harpsichord, piano
Rick Brand: guitar
Tom Finn: bass
George Cameron: drums
Steve Martin: vocals      
Produced by Harry Lookofsky, 1966
Recorded at World United Studios & Mercury Studios, New York City between 1965-66
Released February 1967

I just listened to the Bill King Show last Saturday and heard Bill say something like who in this world would know the names of the members of the Left Banke and I thought: I do!! Yes, there’s always at least ONE out there that knows such things.

13. Jorgen Ingmann: Echo Boogie
(Jorgen Ingmann)
45 Single: Atco Records 6184
Copenhagen DK
Produced 1961

born 26 April 1925 / d. 21 March 2015 (89)

14. Allen Baekeland & Steve Fruitman: I’m Gonna Tear Down The Mailbox
(Vaughan Horton)
Live at St. Vladimir Church Hall CIUT Benefit
Allen Baekeland: bass, vocals
Steve Fruitman: guitar, vocals
Lewis Melville: dobro
Pineapple Frank Barth: steel
Produced by Steve Fruitman, 1990
Recorded by db Hawkes
In-House sound: Joe Benneroch

15. Andrew Neville: Coming Home to You
(Andrew Neville)
Live on Back To The Sugar Camp, May 17, 2007
Andrew Neville: guitar, vocals
Rob Vaarmeyer: bg vocals
Steve Fruitman: casualty response
Produced by Steve Fruitman, 2007

One of my perfect fuckups on air occurred during this live performance. Stevedore Steve’s I’m a Truck Driver was more than ready to roll.

16. Steve Fruitman w Possibly Stompin’: May, the Millwright’s Daughter
(Tom C Connors)
Live on The Great North Wind: CIUT
Steve Fruitman: lead vocals, guitar
Ted Trebner: guitar, bg vocals
Murray Heywood: drummed suitcase
Toronto Streetcar record playing in the background
Produced by Steve Fruitman and db Hawkes
Recorded on a cassette by Steve Fruitman, live to air Jan 29, 1990  

17. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Wop May
(TC Connors)
My Stompin’ Grounds: Boot Records BOS 7103
Halton Hills, ON
Tom Connors: vocals, guitar, boot
Gary Empey: bass
Bill Lewis: lead guitar
Produced by Dr. Connors, 1971

18.  La Reve du diable: La reve du diable (Trad)  / Le Sirop derable
(Trad) / (Ward Allen)
Le Reve du Diable: Le Tamanoir TAM 27001
Ville du Qubec QC
Claude Methe fiddle, mandolin
Paul Dubois: accordion
Jean-Pierre LaChance: guitar, vocals
Gervais Lessard: fiddle, feet
Produced by Bertrand Gauthier & R Tremblay 1976

19. Three Ugly Guys: The Leafs Are Gonna Win
(B Fullbrook / D Saint)
Cassette single - no label or serial
Toronto - Pefferlaw, ON
Blain Fullbrook: jingle stick, vocal
Doug Saint: guitar, vocal
Produced by Blain Fullbrook & Doug Saint, May 1993

I always play this cassette whenever the Leafs get into the playoffs : been doing it since 1993 so maybe it’s a curse or something! Let’s see what it does to get Leaf fans going this time.

The B Side Quiz

1.   The Beatles: Eight Days A Week
(Lennon / McCartney)
Beatles VI: Capitol Records Canada T-2358
John Lennon – double-tracked lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar, handclaps
Paul McCartney – harmony vocals, bass guitar, handclaps
George Harrison – backing vocals, lead guitars, handclaps
Ringo Starr – drums, handclaps
Produced by George Martin, 1964
Released in Canada 1965

2.   Chad Allen & The Expressions: Shakin’ All Over
(Johnny Kidd / Guy Robinson)
Shakin’ All Over – Guess Who?: TNMD 0140
Winnipeg MB
Chad Allen: vocal, guitar
Randy Bachman: lead guitar, bg vocal
Jim Kale: bass, vocal
Garry Peterson: drums
Bob Ashley: keys, vocals
Produced by Bob Burns, 1965
Recorded December 1964 at CJAY-TV Studio B, Winnipeg

Originally recorded by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates in 1960, this was a make or break song for Winnipeg’s Chad Allen & The Expressions. Sick and tired of releasing good singles that wouldn’t get airplay in Canada because the band was Canadian, they decided to release the song by: “Guess Who?” Because of that it received international airplay and djs credited the song to The Guess Who.

3.   The Kinks: Come On Now
(Ray Davies)
45 single bw Tired of Waiting For You: Pye Records 7N-15759
London UK
Ray Davies: guitar, vocals
Dave Davies: guitar, lead vocal
Mick Avory: bass
Pete Quaife: drums
Rasa Davies: bg vocals
Produced by Shel Talmy, 1965
Recorded at Pye Studios, London

4.   The Plague: High Flying Bird
(Bill Ed Wheeler)
45 single bw Love and Obey: Reo Records 8981X
Thunder Bay ON
Don Brown: guitar, vocals
Tom Horricks: sax, lead vocals
Lyn McEachern: drums, lead vocal
Joey Stapansky: keys, vocals
George Stevenson: bass, vocals
Produced by Don Grashey, 1967

5.   The Who: Please Please Please
(James Brown)
My Generation: Brunswick Records / Polydor 5372747
London UK
Roger Daltry: vocals, harmonica
John Entwistle: bass, bg vocal
Keith Moon: drums, percussion
Pete Townsend: guitars, vocals
Nicky Hopkins: piano
Produced by Shel Talmy, 1966
Recorded by Glyn Johns at IBC Studios, London, Apr 1965 – Jan 1966

6.   The Ducats: Off The Hook
(Jagger / Richards)
45: RCA Victor 57-3375
Port-aux-Basques, NL
Lew Skinner, lead guitar
Jim Crewe, rhythm guitar
Bob Battiste, bass
Joe Boulos, drums
Winston Blackmore, vocal
Produced 1965
Recorded in Boston Mass

The Du-Cats were awarded the Stompin’ Tom Award at the 2010 East Coast Music Awards.  The group ventured down to the New England States to record in 1965 and turned down a contract with Smash Records in the 1960s. Still, they were one of the first Newfoundland and Labrador rock bands to make records. Lead guitarist Lew Skinner is still active, playing rock in St. John’s, most recently with a band called Generations.

Playing in the States in the mid 1960s The Du-Cats were paired up with Bill Haley. "Bill Haley, he didn't even have a cent when we met him," said Jim Crewe. "He wasn't making any money. He was going to come to Newfoundland and spend a summer with us.

"We were planning to come back and spend July and August back here. At that time, he wasn't getting any work in the U.S., so he said he'd come down here and we'd play the theatres. I remember how old he was at the time - 39, going on 40. We thought - he's old!"

7.   The Animals: Blue Feeling
(Jimmy Henshaw)
House of the Rising Sun: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series – T 6092
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne UK
John Steel: drums
Eric Burdon: vocals
Chas Chandler: bass
Alan Price: keys
Hilton Valentine: guitar
James "Tappy" Wright: uncredited rhythm guitarist
Produced by Mickie Most, 1964
Recorded by Val Valentin, 22 January 1964

8.   The Liverpool Set: Seventeen Tears to The End
(Dave Donnell / E Lancing)
45 Single: Columbia C4-43813
Dave Donnell [aka Lachlan Macfadyen]  (vocals, guitar)
Jack Douglas (bass)
Kent Daubney (drums)
Evan Hunt (guitar)
Garry Nelson (guitar)
Shane Sennet (bass)
Produced by Don Law & Frank Jones, 1966

Kent Daubney (of Newark, England) was formerly in the Mynah Birds with Rick James (nee Matthews) briefly for the rare single recording on Columbia called "The Mynah Birds Song" before leaving the band to co-form The Liverpool Set with Macfadyen.
As their name suggests, the first single "Must I Tell" was influenced by the British Invasion. The song took them into the Canadian Top-20 and peaked at #18).
Following the demise of the band, Macfadyen would join the Townsmen. Later, he would team with Daubney and Douglas would form Waterfront Productions; Macfadyen would discover and produce Harlequin and has worked with Joe Hall's Rancho Banano; Douglas would go on to produce John Lennon, Aerosmith, Cheap Trick and The Trews among others; Daubney is currently owner of the Polar Bar ice cream parlour in Unionville, Ontario.

9.   The Townsmen: Pineland Stomp
45 single: Mousehole Music CD2006.8-9
Ottawa, ON
Paul Hust
Andy Legault
Wayne Leslie
Dave Milliken
Frank Morrison
Recorded between 1965-69

10. The Searchers: Sugar and Spice
(Fred Nightingale)
Sugar & Spice: Pye Records NPL 30044
Tony Jackson: lead vocal, bass
Chris Curtis: drums
Michael Pender: lead guitar
John McNally: rhythm guitar, vocals
Produced by Tony Hatch, 1963
Recorded by Ray Prickett at Pye Record Studios, London

Anthony Peter Hatch b. June 30, 1939 Pinner, UK (currently 82)

Producer Tony Hatch, who later married and produced records by Petula Clark, wrote ‘Sugar & Spice’,  using the pseudonym Fred Nightingale. He wrote Sugar & Spice based on the successful  template of another hit song, Sweets For My Sweet which the Searchers recorded and went to number 1 on the British charts. Apparently, Hatch didn’t want the band to know that he actually wrote those songs, for royalty reasons, and used the Fred Nightingale name credit. The first line of the chorus,"Sugar and spice and all things nice", references the nursery rhyme What Are Little Boys Made Of?, while the following line is the title of the well-known Pete Seeger/ Lee Hays song, "Kisses Sweeter than Wine".

11. Bartholomew + Three: She’s Mine
(B. Albert, G. Gardos, L. Laing)
45 single bw You're Not There: Quality 1728X
Montreal QC
Gary Ship (vocals, hammond organ)
George Gardos (bass)
Barry Albert (acoustic & electric guitars)
Lawrence 'Corky' Laing (drums)
Produced 1965

Eventually became a trio under the name Energy.
Following Energy's demise, Corky Laing replaced Norman Smart in Leslie West's band Mountain

12. The Keatniks: Three Long Days & Nights
(Maurice Caines)
The Keatnicks, Melbourne, AMLP 4011
Labrador City NL
William Keating (lead guitar)
Pierre LaJeuness (piano)
Maurice Caines (Vocals, rhythm guitar)
Basil Haire (drums)
Produced in Montreal, 1965

William Keating, Born 1939, Conception Harbour, Newfoundland.

Based in one of the most unlikely places in the country, Wabash / Labrador City, the quartet of miners got together to play the lounges. Maurice Caines (October 05, 1940 - March 13, 2013) is brother of another Newfoundland rocker, Claude Caines (who was co-founder of the Quay Records label and the Clode Sound recording studio in Stephenville.) They were the first Newfoundland and Labrador rock act to record a full length album (in Montreal). Their leader, William Keating, had previously been a member of Wilf Doyle’s orchestra.

13: Peter And Gordon: A World Without Love
(Paul McCartney)
45 Capitol Records – 5175
Produced by George Martin, 1964

14. The Brunswick Playboys: Too Blind To See
Do You Wanna Dance - The Best of Frank's Bandstand: Arc A669
Moncton NB
Roger Cormier (Bass)
George Hebert (Guitar, Organ, Harmonica)
Gerry Holley (Vocals)
Bob Bourgeois (Drums)
Produced by Mannie Pittson – 1965

Frank's Bandstand (1964–65) was the Halifax segment of the Music Hop series on CBC TV. Produced by Mannie Pitson (Don Messer & Singalong) – Music director Brian Ahern (Anne Murray producer). Host - Frank Cameron Anne Murray was a regular guest, in those days (1965–1966) she taught gym classes in Springhill, Nova Scotia, and would drive to Halifax to tape the shows. Music Hop was hosted by

14. Bob Ashley & The Reflections: Inside Out
(A Kabal)
45 single bw Made In England: Reo – 8735X
Chad Allan (vocals/guitar)
Bob Ashley (keyboards)
Randy Bachman (guitars)
Jim Kale (bass)
Garry Peterson (drums)
Produced 1962

Released on Quality Records’ Reo subsidiary, deliberately mis-credited to Bob Ashley & The Reflections. By 1965, the group was forced to change its name to Chad Allan & the Expressions after a U.S. group called The Reflections had scored a hit with "Just Like Romeo & Juliet".

15. The Chessmen: Love Didn’t Die
(Terry Jacks)
45 single bw You Lost Your Love: (Mercury) M-72498
Terry Jacks (guitar, vocals)
Guy Sobell (lead guitar)
Bill Lockie (bass)
Erik Kalaidzis (vocals)
Tom Meikle (drums)
Produced by Jerry Kennedy 1965

Guy Sobell was a guitarist in a Vancouver band, The Ken Clark Trio, and while in Europe, he had heard music by Swedish group The Spotnicks and the English group The Shadows and decided to form his own band after returning to Canada. At the same time, a 17 year old named Terry Jacks had put together a “surf” band”, The Sand Dwellers. When the Sand Dwellers split up, some of the members re-formed as The Vancouver Playboys which left Terry Jacks without a band. Jacks and Sobell were introduced to two fellow University of British Columbia students, Bill Lockie, a guitar player who was learning to play bass, and Erik Kalaidzis, a singer who played chess with Sobell and The Chessmen were born. They got to record a few songs and Vancouver DJ Red Robinson gave the tape to London Records who released the band's first single - "Meadowlands" - in December 1964. Mercury released the new single, "Love Didn’t Die", in December 1965 and they band closed out the year opening a show for Gary Lewis and The Playboys in Vancouver. Chessmen split up in 1966 but Terry Jacks went on to enjoy several international hits in the 1970s, including the classic Seasons In The Sun with the Poppy Family.

16. Count Five: Psychotic Reaction
(Count Five)
Psychotic Reaction: Double Shot  - DSM 1001
San Jose CA
John "Sean" Byrne - vocals, rhythm guitar
John "Mouse" Michalski - fuzz guitar
Craig "Butch" Atkinson - drums
Kenn Ellner - harmonica
Roy Chaney - fender bass guitar
Produced by Hal Winn, Joseph Hooven - 1965

In late 1964, Irish-born guitarist John "Sean" Byrne was sitting in a Health Education class in his freshman year at San Jose City College in California, learning about psychosis and neurosis. His friend Ron Lamb leaned over and whispered: "You know what would be a great name for a song? Psychotic Reaction!". Byrne had been writing a tune in his head that day, and used the title to finish it, with the entire band given writing credit. PR was released as a single two times: on February 1965 with a local success, and on July 1966. The Band were known for wearing Count Dracula-style capes when playing live. They were all teenagers at the time. This was their only hit. They broke up 1969.

17. Lovin’ Spoonful: Blues In The Bottle
Do You Believe In Magic: Kama Sutra Records DKP 8050 (C)
Joe Butler: drums, bg vocals
Steve Boon: bass
John Sebastian: guitar, autoharp, vocals
Zal Yanovsky: electric guitar, vocals
Produced by Erik Jacobson, 1965
Recorded by Val Valentin

At the very beginning, from their first lp which included several traditional songs. Here’s one captured in its raw form, a specialty of the Spoonful. John Sebastian’s autoharp cutting triplets through the refrain.

18. The Ran-Dells: Martian Hop
(Spirit / Lawrence / Rappaport)
 45 single bw Forgive Me Darling (I Have Lied): London Records – HLU 10450
 Villas NJ
 Robert Rappaport
 Steven Rappaport
 John Spirt

 Produced by Don Kirshner – 1963
 Recorded at Bell Sound Studios, New York

Also one hit wonders! This song was released in the US on Kirshner’s Chairman Records. Though the Ran-Dells have been recognized for innovative and pioneering use of a sine wave generator (a first for the pop music genre), the musicians actually responsible for the sine wave tones heard in "Martian Hop" received no credit for the composition. The twelve-second introduction at the beginning of the song is an uncredited sample from the first 30 seconds of "Moon Maid" by Tom Dissevelt and Dick Raaymakers, aka Kid Baltan. It appeared on their experimental album, The Electrosoniks - Electronic Music in 1962, a year before "Martian Hop" was recorded.

19. The McCoys: Come On Let’s Go
(Ritchie Valens)
45 Single: Bang Records 516
Union City, Indiana
Rick Zehringer: guitar
Randy Zehringer: drums
Randy Jo Hobbs: bass
Robby Peterson: keys
Produced by Feldman, Goldstein & Gottahrer: 1965

Originally called Rick and the Raiders, these guys got their name from the B side of a Ventures single Walk, Don’t Run that was called The McCoy. They had three major hit songs: Hang On Sloopy, Fever, and Come On Let’s Go. Three members of the band backed Johnny Winter for a few years, beginning in 1970. (Rick Zehringer changed his name to Derringer).

20. Cheech And Chong: Turn That Thing Down
(Thomas Chong / Richard Marin / Gaye Delorme)
45 single bw Earache My Eye: Ode Records 66-101-S
Vancouver / Los Angeles
Thomas Chong
Richard ‘Cheech’ Marin
Gaye Delorme: guitar
Produced by Lou Adler 1974
Recorded by Norm Kinney

Richard Anthony Marin b. July 13, 1946 (age 71) Los Angeles
Thomas B. Kin Chong May 24, 1938 (age 79) Edmonton, AB

21. Yardbirds: You’re A Better Man Than I
(Mike Hugg / Brian Hugg)
The Hits of The Yardbirds: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series – T 6229
London UK
Keith Relf: vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar, percussion
Jeff Beck: lead guitar
Chris Dreja: rhythm guitar
Paul Samwell-Smith: bass, backing vocals, musical director
Jim McCarty: drums, backing vocals

Produced by Giorgio Gomelsky
First Published in Canada – October 2, 1967

This is just a great song in every respect. One of the most under-rated bands of the British Invasion. They formed in 1963 and saw the likes of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Jeff Beck playing lead guitar for them. Not that shoddy a CV!

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