33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 8, 2023
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Side A

1.   The Sadies: Starting All Over Again – 2013 *
2.   Bill Connors: Crunchy – 1987
3.   JJ Cale: Crazy Mama – 1971
4.   Pink Floyd: Obscured By Clouds – 1972
5.   Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Wo Is A Me Bop – 1970
6.   Ahmad Jamal: Naked City Theme – 1965
7.   Mothers Of Invention: It Can’t Happen Here – 1967
8.   Wild Man Fisher: The Mope – 1968
9.   Lloyd Hanson: Music For The Black Cat – 1988 *
10. Three To One: See Emily Play -  1967 *
11. T Rex: Bang The Gong (Get It On) – 1971
12. Scott B Sympathy: I Won’t Change – 1990 *
13. Boston Pops Orchestra: Battle of 1812 – 1975
14. Bob King: Rockin’ Juke Box – 1958 *
15. Kingbees: My Mistake – 1980 *
16. Amboy Dukes: Migration – 1969
17. Johnny Dee Fury: Born To Bop – 1982 *

Bee Side

1.   Climax Blues Band: I Am Constant – 1975
2.   Bill Bruford’s Earthworks: My Heart Declares a Holiday – 1987
3.   Troyka: Natural – 1970 *
4.   Temptations: Ain’t Too Proud To Beg – 1966
5.   Horn: Things In Themselves – 1972 *
6.   Don Freed: Wheelbarrow – 1981 *
7.   Don Freed, Rick Fielding, Steve Fruitman: I am A Folk Singer – 1990 *
8.   Sultans of String: Turkish Greensleeves – 2017 *
9.   Tommy James & Shondells: Mony Mony – 1968
10. The Tubes: I Saw Her Standing There – 1977
11. Frank Zappa: It Must Be A Camel – 1971
12. Spirit: Street Worm – 1970
13. Jack Toby: Rock In the Dark – 1978 *
14. Jon Hassell: Ba Benzélé – 1981
15. The Trashmen: King of the Surf – 1964
16. Voodoo: Stormy Eyes – 1981 *
17. Wes Montgomery: A Day In The Life – 1967

*CanCon = 40%

And Now for The Particulars

Side A

1.   The Sadies: Starting All Over Again
(The Sadies)
Internal Sounds: YepRoc Records YEP-2353
S. Ontario
Mike Belitsky: drums
Sean Dean: bass
Dallas Good: guitar, organ, vocal
Travis Good: guitars, fiddle, vocal
Produced by Dallas Good, 2013
Recorded by Guillermo Subauste
Mastered by Peter J Moore at The E Room, Toronto

2.   Bill Connors: Crunchy
(Bill Connors)
Assembler: Pathfinder Records PTF 8707
Los Angeles CA
Bill Connors: guitar
Tom Kennedy: electric bass
Kim Plainfield: drums
Produced by Bill Connors & Doug Epstein, 1987
Recorded by Doug Epstein at RPM Studios, NYC June 1987
Mastered by Craig Calbi at Sterling Sound NYC

3.   JJ Cale: Crazy Mama
(JJ Cale)
Naturally: MCA Records MCA 37104
Oklahoma City, OK
J J Cale: guitars, vocals
Karl Himmel: drums
Tim Drummond: bass
Bob Wilson: piano
Ed Colis: harmonica
Produced by Audie Ashworth, 1971
Recorded by Joe Mills and Jim Williamson at Moss Rose Studio, Nashville Sept. 1970

John Weldon Cale  b. Oklahoma City, December 5, 1938 / d. July 26, 2013 La Jolla CA (74)

JJ Cale was one of the unsung heroes of the guitar. Well respected, his music was usually based on grooves. My only complaint about his earlier albums was that the songs were too short! Like, once into the groove, you don’t want it to end so soon. His songs were covered by Eric Clapton, Johnny Cash, Phish, Kansas, Bill Wymans Rhythm Kings, George Thorogood and The Destroyers, Lynard Skynayrd, The Band, Waylon Jennings, Bobby Bare & Captain Beefheart. Just to name a few!

4.   Pink Floyd: Obscured By Clouds
(Roger Waters / Dave Gilmore)
Obscurred by Clouds: Harvest Records ST 11078
London UK
Roger Waters: bass
Dave Gilmore: guitars
Rick Wright: keys
Nick Mason: drums
Produced by Pink Floyd, 1972
Recorded at Strawberry Studios, UK and Château d'Hérouville, Hérouville, France

5.   Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Wo Is A Me Bop
(Don Van Vliet)
Lick My Decals Off, Baby: Straight Records / Reprise 6420
Glendale CA
Ed Marimba (Art Tripp): marimba, percussion, broom
Captain Beefheart (Don Van Vliet): vocals, bass clarinet, saxes, harmonica
Drumbo (John French): percussion, broom
Zoot Horn Rollo (Bill Harkleroad): guitar and glass finger guitar
Rockette Morton (Mark Boston): "bassius-o-pheilius"
Produced by Captain Beefheart, 1970
Recorded at United Recording Corp, Hollywood CA

Don Glen Vliet b. January 15, 1941 Glendale, CA / d. December 17, 2010 (69) Arcata, CA

After releasing two so-so albums, Beefheart and his magical band were signed to Zappa’s Straight Records, releasing, first, Trout Mask Replica – an amazing double album, and Lick My Decals Off, Baby before Frank and The Captain had a falling out.

6.   Ahmad Jamal: Naked City Theme
(B May / M Raskin)
Naked City Theme: Chess CSLP 733
Pittsburgh PA
Ahmad Jamal: piano
Jamil Sulieman: bass
Chuck Lampkin: drums
Produced by Ahmad Jamal, 1965
Recorded by Reice Hamel at The Jazz Workshop in San Francisco, June 1964

Frederick Russell Jones b. Pittsburgh, PA July 2, 1930 / April 16, 2023Ashley Falls, Mass (92)

Jamal made his first records in 1951 for the Okeh label with The Three Strings. Naked City Theme is a live album recorded at the Jazz Workshop in 1964.  Clint Eastwood featured two recordings from Jamal's But Not For Me album — "Music, Music, Music" and "Poinciana" — in the 1995 movie The Bridges of Madison County.

7.   Mothers Of Invention: It Can’t Happen Here
(Frank Zappa)
Freak Out: Verve Records V-5005-2
Los Angeles CA
Frank Zappa: vocal, musical director, orchestrator, and arranger
Ray Collins: vocal
Jimmy Carl Black: vocal
Roy Estrada: vocal
Elliot Ingber: vocal
Jeannie Vassoir: the voice of Suzy Creamcheese
Produced by Tom Wilson, 1966
Recorded by Val Valentin at Sunset-Highland Studios of T.T.G. Inc, Hollywood

From Frank Zappa’s first album with The Mothers, released as a double album in 1966. This is the 3rd movement of the suit, Help, I’m A Rock. Everyone thinks that “It Can’t Happen Here” but they’re wrong; it just did happen here. This song may be 55 years old but….

Freak Out! was honored with the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1999.

8.   Wild Man Fischer: The Mope
(Larry Fischer)
An Evening With Wild Man Fisher: Bizarre Records / Reprise 6332
Los Angeles CA
Larry Fisher: vocals, sounds
Produced by Frank Zappa, 1968
Recorded live on Sunset Strip in front of Whisky A Go Go & the Hamburger Hamlet by Dick Kunc

Larry Wayne Fischer b: Los Angeles,  November 6, 1944 / d:  June 16, 2011 Los Angeles (66)

9.   Lloyd Hanson: Music for the Black Cat
(L Hanson)
The Great Debate: DTK Records  Kill006
Fredericton NB
Lloyd Hanson: bass, drum programming, guitar, synth
Roland Bourgeois: muted cornet
Ian Sedgewick: keys
Produced by Lloyd Hanson & Mark Carmody  1988

I’ve often used this piece for talk-overs but not this day – on this day you get to hear it raw.

10. Three To One: See Emily Play
(Syd Barrett)
45 single bw Gime Me Love: Arc Records A1186
John Renton (twelve-string guitar, harmonica, organ, lead vocals)
Claudette Scritnik (drums)
Derek "Derry" Norris (bass, vocals)
Brian Russell (lead guitar, vocals)
Produced 1967

Canadian group active in the late 1960s, formed in Vancouver then later moved to Toronto. Drummer Claudette Scritnik came from Saskatchewan. Changed their name to The Raja after moving to Toronto 1968. They’ve been confirmed as most likely the first band to cover anything by Pink Floyd. See Emily Play was released by Pink Floyd as their second single in June, 1967. By September of that year, Three To One released their own version of the song.

11. 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

12.  Scott B Sympathy: I Won’t Change
(Scott Bradshaw)
Neil Yonge Street: Smokeshow Records - SMOKE ONE
Toronto ON
John Borra: bass
Ian Blurton: electric guitar
Gord Cumming: slide guitar, bg  vocal
Scott B: acoustic guitar, vocal
Terry Carter: drums
Produced by Walter N Sobczak & Scott B, 1990
Recorded by Walter N Sobczak at Wellesley Sound, Toronto

John Borra played on this understated album by Scott Bradshaw’s band The Sympathy in 1990. He also went on to play with Ron Sexsmith, Serena Ryder, and others. It was produced by Walter N Sobczak, who began his career in music in the early 1980's as bassist for Toronto post-punk band Sturm Group which broke up in 1989. He went on to establish Wellesley Sound studio in Toronto which went on to produce major hits for Barenaked Ladies, Michie Mee's, Maestro Fresh Wes' first album  and Dream Warriors.

13. Boston Pops Orchestra: 1812 Overture
(Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky)
1812 Overture / Ravel’s Bolero: Deutche Grammophon – 2584 003
Boston MS
Arthur Fiedler: conductor
Produced by Karl Faust, 1975
Recorded by Gunter Hermanns

Arthur Fiedler (December 17, 1894 – July 10, 1979)

Composed in 1880 when Tchaikovsky was 40, he thought the overture was very noise, written without much love and probably not of much artistic value. The Cannons  were difficult to record: artillery fired in the open air sounds impressive, but when recorded sound like popguns so they used three shotguns loaded with black powder and were overdubbed (Fielder used earplugs). 1st Classical conductor to embrace the music of The Beatles

14. Bob King: Rockin’ Juke Box
(Ken Davidson)
45 single bw Josephine: RCA Victor 57-3285
Ottawa ON
Bob King: guitar, vocal
Others not listed
Produced 1958

Robert George King b. Joyceville ON Jan 6, 1934 / d. 1989 Ottawa (55)

King was a long time Ottawa Valley based performer who recorded a dozen solo albums, was married to Marie King, also a well known Ottawa Valley singer from the French side. When he was just 14 he decided to have a career in music. He put his first group, The Country Kings, together in Ottawa in 1954. Later, after an unsuccessful attempt to break into the US market, he formed The Happy Wanderers with fiddler Ward Allen. He eventually got married to a popular Quebecois country music entertainer, Marie King, and played in her band after his recording days were done. He died of lung cancer at the age of 55. He left behind a legacy of about a dozen of his own albums as well as several recorded by Marie.

15. The Kingbees: My Mistake
(Jamie James)
The Kingbees: RSO Records RS-1-3075
Toronto / Los Angeles
Jamie James: guitar, lead vocal
Michael Rummans: bass, bg vocal
Rex Roberts: drums, bg vocal
Produced by David J Holman and Rich Fitzgerald, 1980
Recorded by David J Holman and Mark Ettel

Jamie James b. August 4, 1953, Toronto, ON

16. Amboy Dukes: Migration
(Ted Nugent)
Migration: Mainstream Records 6118
Detroit MI
Ted Nugent: guitar, percussion
Rusty Day: percussion
Greg Arama: bass
Dave Palmer: drums
Andy Solomon: keys
Steve Farmer: guitar
Produced 1969

17. Johnny Dee Fury: Born To Bop
(Johnny Dee)
Born To Bop: Orient Records OLP 005
Campbellford ON
Johnny Dee Fury: vocals, guitars
Kit Johnson: bass, bg vocals
Bodan Hluszko (now Michelle Josef): drums
Produced by Johnny Dee Fury, 1982
Recorded and Mixed at Amber Studios, Toronto by Paul Bonish

After serving in local bands around his home town, Fury moved to Toronto and signed with Orient Records, releasing several singles and this album. They toured across Canada and even did gigs in NYC. Fury has since focused on songwriting and is currently living in Nashville.

Bee Side

1.   Climax Blues Band: I Am Constant
Stamp Album: Sire Records 9147-7507
Stafford UK
Colin Cooper: flutes, saxes, clarinet, vocals
John Cuffley: drums, percussion, vocals
Peter Haycock: lead guitar, slide, vocals
Derek Holt: bass, vibes, vocals
Richard Jones: keys, vocals
Produced by Climax Blues Band, 1975
Recorded by Alan Varner, Ron Saint Germain, Geoff Emerick, Clearmountain and Godfrey Diamond

This band originally got together in 1968 as the Climax Chicago Blues Band before settling in as a rock band in the mid-1970s. Along with their original drummer John Cuffley, Climax is still gigging around the UK.

2.   Bill Bruford’s Earthworks: My Heart Declares A Holiday
(Bill Bruford / Iain Bellamy / Django Bates)
Earthworks: EG Records EGED 48
London UK
Bill Bruford: drums
Iain Bellamy: sax
Django Bates: keys, horns
Mick Hutton: bass
Produced by Dave Stewart and Bill Bruford, 1987
Recorded by Martin Rex at Terminal 24 Studios, London, October 1986
Mixed by Owen Morris and Jim Abbiss at Spaceward Studios, Cambridge UK

William Scott Bruford (b. Sevenoaks Kent, May 17, 1949)

Bill Bruford was the original drummer of Yes (1968 – 72). Better known for his playing with King Crimson. He’s currently one of four drummers playing with the band. He also performed with Gong, UK and Earthworks.

3.   Troyka: Natural
(M Richards / R Edwards / R Lukawietsky)
Troyka: Cotillion (WB) - SD 9020
Edmonton AB
Mike Richards: lead vocal, drums
Robert Edwards: guitar, mandolin, vocal
Rumor Lukawietsky: bass, vocals
Produced by Shel Kagan & Troyka, 1970
Recorded at Round Sound, Edmonton by Ted Richards

I don’t know anyone who knows these guys but I got to see them play live in Toronto at the Electric Circus, 99 Queen St E Toronto. They didn’t stay together very long, but were a great prairie power trio way ahead of their time. This was their only album.

4.   The Temptations: Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
(E Holland / Norman Whitfield)
Getting Ready: Gordy Records 918
Detroit MI
Otis Williams: vocals
David Ruffin: vocals
Melvin Franklin: vocals
Eddie Kendricks: vocals
Paul Williams: vocals
The Funk Brothers band
Produced by Norman Whitfield, 1966

This was Norman Whitfield’s first jab at producing The Temptations. Until then they were under the tutilage of Smokey Robinson. Since their last hit single, ‘Get Ready’, didn’t chart very well, Whitfield was given his chance to produce them and he did his job well. The song was a mega-hit that went all the way up the Billboard charts to number 3!

5.   Horn: Things In Themselves
(Bruce Burron / David deLaunay)
On The People’s Side: Special Records 9230-1028
Les Clackett: vocals
Bruce Burron: guitar
Gary Hynes: guitar
Alan Duffy: bass
David deLaunay: keys
Wayne Jackson: trumpet
Bill Bryans: drums
Produced by Alan Duffy, Bill Bryans and Horn, 1972
Recorded & Mixed by Brock Fricker at Thunder Sound, Toronto
Special Thanks: Moses Znaimer

This was one of the most progressive bands in Toronto in 1972, partly inspired by Frank Zappa. You can hear that influence in many of the tracks on this, their only album. Partly produced by Bill Bryans who would go on to play with Parachute Club and Downchild Blues Band.

6.   Don Freed: Wheelbarrow
(Don Freed)
Off In All Directions: Bushleage Records - BLR 00001
Saskatoon, SK
Don Freed: guitar, harmonica, vocal
Doug Boomhower: electric guitar
Skip Kutz: bass
Hans Van Norren: drums
Rod Salloum: keys
Mike Devlin: steel
Gary 'Humphrey Dumptruck' Walsh: banjo
Calvin Cairns: concertina, fiddle
Steve Bengtson: mandolin
Alan Kellogg: harmony vocal
Produced by Dale Russell, 1981

born in New Westminster BC & raised in Saskatoon

2 Songs from the mind of Don Freed – the first from one of his LPs and the second one recorded live, on air at CIUT in June of 1990.

7.   Don Freed, Rick Fielding, Steve Fruitman: I am A Folk Singer
(Don Freed)
Live on The Great North Wind, CIUT
Don Freed: guitar, vocals
Rick Fielding: lead guitar
Steve Fruitman: washboard

Produced by Steve Fruitman, 1990
Recorded at 91 St George Studios by db hawkes

I pulled this live recording from my very early days at CIUT, this one from June 1990 when Don Freed visited my Great North Wind radio show. Here he performs his ode to Canadian folk guru Richard Flohil along with Rick Fielding on improvised lead guitar and me on the washboard.

8.    Sultans of String: Turkish Greensleeves
Ten Years Of Music: Fiddlefire Records MKC 2070
Toronto ON
Chris McKhool: violin
Kevin Laliberté: flamenco guitar
Eddie Paton: guitar
Drew Birston: bass
Rosendo León: drums
Anwar Khurshid: sitar
Produced by Chris McKhool 2017
Edited for Vinyl by John “Beetle” Bailey at The Drive Shed Recording Studios, Toronto
Mastered by Peter Letros at Wreckhouse Mastering and Paul Gold at Salt Mastering

9.   Tommy James & The Shondels: Mony Mony
(Bloom / Rodell / Gentry / James)
45 single bw One Two Three and I Fell: Roulette Records  R 7008
Niles, Michigan
Tommy James: vocal
Larry Coverdale: lead guitar
Larry Wright: bass
Craig Villeneuve: keys
Jim Payne: drums
Produced by Bo Gentry and Ritchie Cordell 1968

The title of the song is said to have been inspired by Tommy James' view of the M.O.N.Y. sign atop the Mutual of New York Building on the New York City skyline from his Manhattan apartment.

Says James: It’s a true story: I had the track done before I had a title. I wanted something catchy like "Sloopy" or "Bony Maroney," but everything sounded so stupid. So Ritchie Cordell and I were writing it in New York City, and we were about to throw in the towel when I went out onto the terrace, looked up and saw the Mutual of New York building (which has its initials illuminated in red at its top). I said, "That's gotta be it! Ritchie, come here, you've gotta see this!" It's almost as if God Himself had said, "Here's the title." I've always thought that if I had looked the other way, it might have been called "Hotel Taft".

10. The Tubes: I Saw Her Standing There
(Lennon / McCartney)
What Do You Want From Live: A&M Records SP 96003
San Francisco CA
Sputnik Spooner: guitar, vocals
Roger Steen: guitar, vocals
Prairie Prince: drums
Mingo Lewis: drums, percussion, vocals
Vince Welnick: keys, vocals
Michael Cotten: synths
Rick Anderson: bass, vocals
Fee Waybill: lead vocals
Produced by Pete Henderson and Rikki Farr, 1978
Recorded by Pete Henderson and Bob Bullock at Hammersmith Odeon, London UK, Nov 1977
Mixed and Mastered by Pete Henderson and Rikki Farr and Kendun Recorders, Burbank CA

11. Frank Zappa: It Must Be A Camel
(Frank Zappa)
Hot Rats: Bizarre Records / Reprise Records RS 6356
Los Angeles CA
Frank Zappa: guitar, octave bass, percussion
Jean-Luc Ponty: violin
Ian Underwood: piano, oganus maximus, flute, clarinets, sax
John Guerin: drums
Max Bennett: bass
Produced by Frank Zappa, 1969
Recorded by Dick Kunc, Whitney Studios; Jack Hunt, TTG; Cliff Goldstein, TTG; Brian Ingoldsby, Sunset Sound

12. Spirit: Street Worm
(Jay Ferguson)
Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus: Epic 30267
Los Angeles, CA
Randy California: guitar
Jim Locke: keys
Mark Andes: bass
Ed Cassidy: drums
Jay Ferguson: keys
Produced by David Briggs, 1970
Mastering by Vic Anesini

Randy Craig Wolfe (February 20, 1951 – January 2, 1997)

In my opinion – if that counts for very much – Spirit were one of the most under-rated rock bands of their time. Randy California – coz that’s what Jimi Hendrix called him to differentiate between two Randys in their band – was an excellent songwriter who hit his stride when the band released the 12 Dreams of Doctor Sardonicus to begin the 1970s.

Randy was killed by a rogue wave while swimming in Hawaii in 1997. He drowned in the Pacific Ocean at the age of 45 while rescuing his 12-year-old son Quinn who survived the ordeal.
13. Jack Tobi: Rock In The Dark
(Jack Tobi)
Free AT Last: CBC Records LM 457
Toronto ON
Whitey Glan: drums
Prakash John: bass
Bob Mann: guitars
Bert Hermiston: sax
Marc Jordan, Peter Mann: bg vocal
Produced by John Capek 1978
Recorded by David Dobbs and Larry Morey at CBC Studios, Toronto

His first album was under his real name: Jack Schechtman - From Soup To Nuts used to be a regular guest on CBC radios Finklemans 45s.  He is now a rabbi living in Vail Colorado

14. Jon Hassell: Ba Benzélé
(Jon Hassell)
Music & Rhythm: Passport Records - PD 7501
Toronto ON
Jon Hassell: trumpet
Michael Brook: mbira
Aiyb Dieng: talking drum
Brian Eno: synths
Produced by Jon Hassell, 1981
Recorded at Ontario College of Art November 14, 1982 by Paul Fitzgerald
Live Mix: Richard Henderson
Remix by Michael Brook

Jon Hassell b. March 22, 1937 Memphis, TN

15. The Trashmen: King of the Surf
(L LaPole)
Surfin’ Bird: Beat Rocket Records – BR-107
Minneapolis MN
Tony Andreason, LG, lead vocal
Dal Winslow, Guitar
Bob Reed, bass
Steve Wahrer, drums
Produced by George Garrett, 1964
Recorded by Tom Jung

16. Voodoo: Stormy Eyes
(Buddy Caine)
Toronto Calling Sampler: El Mocambo Records - ELMO 759
Maxim: vocals
Danny Bilan: drums
Buddy Caine: guitar
Terry Jurik: bass

Produced by Buddy Caine, 1981
Recorded by Paul LaChapelle

The incredibly successful Toronto band from the ‘70s called Moxy had a major international run. By the latter part of the decade original members, Buddy Caine and Terry Jurik, would leave to form the short lived band Voodoo featured here. Read the Moxy history; it’s pretty amazing when you consider how many great players played in that band.

17. Wes Montgomery: A Day In The Life
(John Lennon / Paul McCartney)
A Day In The Life: A&M Records SP 3001
Indianapolis Indiana
Wes Montgomery, guitar 
Herbie Hancock, piano
Ron Carter, bass
Grady Tate, drums
Ray Barretto, percussion
Jack Jennings, percussion
Joe Wohletz, percussion
Ray Alonge, French Horn
Phil Bodner, woodwind
Julius Brand, violin
Peter Buonconsigilio, violin
Mac Ceppos, violin
Lewis Eley, violin
Harry Glickman, violin
Harry Katzman, violin Leo Krucczek violin
Sylvan Shulman, violin
Gene Orloff, violin
Tosha Samaroff, violin
Jack Zayde, violin
Harry Urbont, violin
Harold Coletta, viola
Emanuel Vardi, viola
George Marge, flute
Joe Soldo, flute
Romeo Penque, flute
Margaret Ross, harp
Alan Shulman, cello
Charles McCracken, cello
Stanley Webb, flute, woodwind
Produced by Creed Taylor 1967
Don Sebesky arranger, conductor
Recorded by June 67 and June 26, 1967 Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey June 67 and June 26, 1967 at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

The Beatles recorded this between Jan and Feb, 1967 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

John Leslie Montgomery b. March 6, 1923 Indianapolis, IN / d. June 15, 1968 (45)

Montgomery died of a heart attack on June 15, 1968, while at home in Indianapolis. His grandson is actor Anthony Montgomery, who played Travis Mayweather on Star Trek: Enterprise

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