33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 22, 2023
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Stethoscopic Music
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Side A

1.   Pink Floyd: Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk – 1967
2.   Stan Kenton Orchestra: They Didn’t Believe Me – 1959
3.   Charlie Pride: Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone – 1972
4.   Stan Rogers: Cliffs of Baccalieu – 1982 *
5.   Treasa Lavasseur: A Little Pride Please – 2011 *
6.   Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan: Pride And Joy – 1983
7.   Ned Landry: Ontario Swing – 1957 *
8.   Steve Fruitman & Mainline: Northern Ontario Blues – 1999 *
9.   McKenna Mendelson Mainline: One Way Ticket – 1969 *
10. Pete Brady & The Playboys: Mainliner – 1965 *
11. Clare Adlam: Ontario Stomp – 1970 *
12. Robert Priest: Free Ontario – 1998 *
13. Buddy Holly: Maybe Baby – 1960
14. Bob Dylan: Lay, Lady Lay – 1969
15. The Arrows: Treat Her Right – 1981 *
16. The Ragged Edges: Why Don’t You – 1966 *
17. Bill Mankiss: The Stash Polka – 1963 *
18. Tony Bennett: Because of You – 1952    
19. Burl Ives: Mary Anne Regrets – 1962

The Bee Side

1.   The Beatles: You Really Got A Hold On Me – 1963
2.   Tijuana Brass: Tijuana Taxi – 1965
3.   Cream: Sunshine Of Your Love – 1967
4.   The Liverpool Scene: I’ve Got Those Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, John Mayall Can’t Fail Blues – 1969
5.   Liona Boyd: Totumo de Guarenas – 1976 *
6.   Chicken Shack: Get Like You Used To Be – 1969
7.   John Mayall: It Hurts Me Too – 1967
8.   Fleetwood Mac: Doctor Brown - 1968
9.   Savoy Brown: Made Up My Mind – 1969
10. Jethro Tull: Said She Was A Dancer – 1987
11. Ward Allen: Maple Sugar – 1957 *
12. Jon & Es: Silver City’s Burning – 1977 *
13. Mood: Who Do You Love – 1967 *
14. Alistair Christl: Maybelline – 2007 *
15. Portage And Main: Oona Jean – 2013 *
16. Pukka Orchestra: Cherry Beach Express – 1984 *
17. Pink Floyd: Interstellar Overdrive Take 6 – 1967
18. David Wilcox: Fire In My Bones – 1987 *

CanCon = 53%

And Now for The Particulars

Side A

1.   Pink Floyd: Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk
(Roger Waters)
Piper At The Gates of Dawn: Capitol Canada ST 6242
Rick Wright: keys
Roger Waters: bass
Syd Barrett: guitar, vocals
Nick Mason: drums
Produced by Norman Smith, 1967
Recorded by Peter Brown, Studio 3, EMI Studios London

2.   Stan Kenton Orchestra: They Didn’t Believe Me
(Jerome Kewrn)
General Electric Presents “All Together Now”: Capitol Records SNLB 2537
Witchita, Kansas
Stan Kenton - piano, conductor
Joe Burnett, Bud Brisbois, Frank Huggins, Roger Middleton, Jack Sheldon - trumpet
Jim Amlotte, Kent Larsen, Archie Le Coque, - trombone
Bob Olson, Bill Smiley - bass trombone
Lennie Niehaus - alto saxophone
Richie Kamuca, Bill Trujillo – ten sax
Billy Root, Sture Swenson – bt saxophone
Red Kelly bass, vocals
Jerry McKenzie - drums
Produced 1961 by General Electric
Song Produced by Lee Gillette and Kent Larsen, 1959
Recorded live at the Blue Room of the Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas NV, in 1958

Stanley Newcomb Kenton b. December 15, 1911 Wichita, KS / d. August 25, 1979 (aged 67) LA

Inducted into the Grammy Award Hall of Fame 1985

3.    Charlie Pride: Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone
(Glenn Martin / Dave Kirby)
The Best of Charlie Pride Vol. II: RCA Victor LPS 4682
Sledge Miss
Charlie Pride: vocal
Produced by Jack Clement 1970
Compilation LP Produced by Jack Clement 1972

Charley Frank Pride (born March 18, 1934

The song was also a popular part of the repertoire of Texas musician Doug Sahm, who recorded it in 1973, then again in 1991 with his group, the Texas Tornados. Also recorded by Nancy Sinatra in 1971.

4.   Stan Rogers: Cliffs of Baccalieu
(Jack Withers)
For The Family: Folk Tradition Records – R002
Ancaster ON
Stan Rogers, guitar, vocal
Garnet Rogers: violin, high string guitar
Jim Morrision: electric bass
Produced by Stan Rogers, Garnet Rogers & Jim Morrison – 1983
Recorded by Greg Roberts at Grant Ave. Studio, Hamilton ON Nov 1982
Mastered by Pete Norman at McClear Place, Toronto

5.   Treasa Lavasseur: A Little Pride Please
(Treasa Lavasseur)
Broad: Slim Chicken SC005
Treasa Lavasseur: keys, accordion, vocals
Darren Gallen: guitar
Raoul Bhaneja: harmonica
Terry Wilkins: bass
Tom Bona: drums
Produced by Terry Wilkins, 2011
Recorded by James Paul at Rogue Studios, Toronto 2010 *

6.   Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan: Pride And Joy
(Stevie Ray Vaughan)
In Session: Stax Records – SCD 7501-2
Indianola, MS / Dallas TX
Albert King : Electric Guitar, Vocals
Stevie Ray Vaughan : Electric Guitar, Vocals only on Song 3
Tony Llorens : Piano, Organ
Gus Thornton : Bass
Michael Llorens : Drums
Produced by Ian Anderson, 1983
Recorded at CHCH Studios, Hamilton, Ontario, 1983/12/06 by Doug McClement
Released on CD only August 17, 1999
Produced for release by Bill Belmont
Remastering : George Horn, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley

7.   Ned Landry: Ontario Swing
(Ned Landry)
Ned Landry and his New Brunswick Lumberjacks: RCA Victor LCP 1001
Saint John, NB
Fredrick Landry: fiddle
Produced by RCA house staff, Montreal, 1957

Frederick Lawrence Landry b. Saint John, NB 2 February 1921 / d. 25 August 2018 (98)

8.   Steve Fruitman & Mainline: Northern Ontario Blues
(Mac Beattie)
Live on CIUT: The Great North Wind on June 11, 1999
Toronto ON Canada
Steve Fruitman, guitar, vocals
Mike McKenna, guitar
Ted Purdy, guitar
Tony Nolasco, drums
Michael Harrison, bass
Bobby Adams, harmonica
Produced by Steve Fruitman from the GNW Archives, 1999
Recorded on cassette right off the sound board

This was an amazing experience for me! Having been a life-long fan of the band, Mike McKenna, whom I had befriended and did a few gigs with, got me to sing Mac Beattie’s Northern Ontario Blues with Mainline when I had the entire band in the radio station studio to do the secod last of my Great North Wind programs (before Back To The Sugar Camp) when we were still operating out of 91 St. George.
9.   McKenna Mendelson Mainline: One Way Ticket
(Joe Mendelson)
Stink: Liberty LBS 83251
Toronto, ON
Mike McKenna: electric guitar
Joe Mendleson: guitar, lead vocals
Tony Nolasco: drums
Mike Harrison: bass
Produced by Liberty Records Staff, June 11, 1969
Recorded in London, England

When these guys hit the scene, they hit it rather big in 1968, playing their third ever gig in front of a full house at Toronto’s Massey Hall, opening for The Fugs. That winter they moved to London, England where they were critically aclaimed. They signed to Liberty Records and recorded this, their infamous Stink album before returning home to Canada and breaking up. But this album was huge in Canada, forcing them to reform again as Mainline after several months home.

10. Pete Brady & The Playboys: Mainliner
(Hank Bedard / Billy Jones)
Travelin’ The Country Way: Canatal Records – CLP 4034
Toronto ON
Pete Brady, bass
Pat Brady, Spanish guitar
Bill Jones, steel guitar
Bob Tilson, lead Spanish guitar
Curly McFarlane, fiddle
Produced circa 1965

We first found mention of Pete Brady and the Playboys in 1957, an act that was working in Toronto, and had just completed their sixth engagement at the Bermuda Tavern on Yonge Street. The group also had a comedic wardrobe, so it appears they were quite versatile entertainers. In 1956, they completed a successful tour of Goose Bay, Labrador, where they entertained the American troops.

11. Clare Adlam: Ontario Stomp
(C Adlam)
Canadian Special: Cynda CNS 1021
Durham ON
Clare Adlam: fiddle
Others not listed
Produced by Fred McKenna, 1972

12. Robert Priest: Free Ontario
(R Priest / A Booth)
NO Mega-City CD Compilation: Protest Boy Records - PBR97001
Toronto ON
Robert Priest: guitar, vocals
Ken Whiteley
Trudy Artman
Nancy White
Alan Booth
Suzy Wilde
Produced by Jian Ghomeshi, 1997
Recorded by Nik Tjelios at Casa Wroxton, Toronto

What goes around comes around! In the late ‘90s we had the Mike Harris revolution which pushed democracy to its limits. Then 20 years of Liberal wilderness scandals and a return to corruption with Doug Ford. While the lyrics of this song articulate the Toronto mega-city scandal of the ‘90s, you can just slip any Ford mishap in and voila! You’re totally up to date. This came off a No Megacity compilation. Look who produced it!

13. Buddy Holly: Maybe Baby
(N Petty / B Holly)
The Buddy Holly Story: MCA - 560
(Originally released on Coral Records CRL 757279)
Lubbock TX
Buddy Holly: guitar, vocals
Joe B. Mauldin: bass
Jerry Allison: drums
Niki Sullivan: guitar

Produced by Norman Petty, 1960

Charles Hardin Holley b. September 7, 1936, Lubbock, Texas / d. February 3, 1959 (22) Clear Lake, Iowa

Despite Holly's numerous contributions to rock 'n' roll, a 1957 interview with Vancouver disc jockey Red Robinson suggests that the singer questioned the longevity of the genre. When asked whether rock 'n' roll music would still be around after six or seven months, Holly replied, "I rather doubt it."

Though his professional career spanned just two short years, Holly's recorded material influenced Bob Dylan, who, at age 17, saw Holly perform on his final tour. The Rolling Stones had their first Top 10 single in 1964 with a cover of Holly's "Not Fade Away." The Beatles chose their name as a kind of homage to The Crickets, and Paul McCartney has since purchased Holly's publishing rights.

14. Bob Dylan: Lay, Lady Lay
(Bob Dylan)
Nashville Skyline: Columbia Records KCS 9825
Duluth MN
Bob Dylan - guitar, harmonica, keyboards, vocals
Pete Drake - pedal steel guitar
Charlie Daniels - guitar
Charlie McCoy - bass
Kenny Buttrey - drums
Bob Wilson - organ, piano
Produced by Bob Johnson, 1969
Recorded by Charlie Bragg and Neil Wilburn

15. The Arrows: Treat Her Right
(Roy Head)
Toronto Calling Sampler: El Mocambo ELMO759
Toronto ON
Dean McTagggart: vocals
Michael Sloski: drums, percussion
Gabor Szepesi: keys
Hendrik Rilk: bass
Rusty McCarthy: guitars
Peter Follett: guitar
Denis Keldie: Hammond organ
Produced by Dan Durban and The Arrows, 1981
Recorded by Dan Durban at Kensington Sound, Toronto

In 1981, The Arrows were a brand new band and through El Mocambo Records, this version featured on a Toronto rock sampler album Toronto Calling was released as a single. The band played through most of the 80s until lead vocalist Dean McTaggert started writing songs for Amanda Marshall, Terri Clark and Wynonna Judd.

16. The Ragged Edges: Why Don’t You
45 single bw Good Times: Giant Records - GR 902
Hamilton ON
Danny Foster: lead vocals
Gary Webb: rhythm guitar
Sandy Bryant: drums
Wayne MacNeil: bass
Tony Ronza: lead guitar
Produced 1966

This was the entire sum of their recorded output. They used to play the northern bar and club circuit. I saw them perform at a youth club up in Timmins around 1967. In fact, I used to have the poster for that gig!

17. Bill Mankiss Band: Stash Polka
Echoes of Poland: Arc Records: A561
Chatham Ontario
Bill Mankiss, accordion
Roy Anthony, bass
Mike Crosty, drums
John Gotch, sax, clarinet
Ken Stanley, vocal, piano
Victor Pasowisty, violin, guitar
Stan Radwick, trumpet
Produced by Ken Warriner, 1963

Bill Mankiss, born in Buchanan, Saskatchewan. Nov. 22 1929 was a pioneer. In the early days of TV and radio in Canada. Bill Mankiss was a regular performer On CKNX radio located in Wingham Ontario. He was often used by some of the great Canadian fiddlers as a backup musician. He even did a stint playing keyboards for Ronnie Hawkins.
Vintage Voices w DJ Augie and Laura Gillis

18. Tony Bennett: Because of You
(A. Hammerstein /  Wilkinson)
78 single bw I Won’t Cry Anymore: Columbia – C-1803
Tony Bennett: lead vocals
Percy Faith Orchestra
Produced 1952

19. Burl Ives: Mary Anne Regrets
(Harlan Howard)
45 single: Decca Records 31433
Hunt City Illinois
Burl Ives: guitar, vocals
Produced 1962

Burl Icle Ivanhoe Ives b. June 14, 1909 Hunt City, ILL / d. April 14, 1995 (85) Anacortes,

Taking the summer off from Vintage Voice. It will be back in September

The Bee Side

1.   The Beatles: You Really Got A Hold On Me
(Smokey Robinson)
Beatlemania With The Beatles: Capitol Records of Canada 6000 Series T 6051
Liverpool UK
John Lennon – rhythm guitar, lead vocals
George Harrison – lead guitar, lead vocals
Paul McCartney – bass guitar, harmony vocals
Ringo Starr – drums
George Martin – piano
Produced by George Martin, 1963
Recorded at Abby Road Studio 2, London UK by Norman Smith, July 18, 1963
First Published in Canada November 1963

2.   Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass: Tijuana Taxi
(Ervin Coleman)
Going Places: A&M Records – SP 4112
Los Angeles CA
John Pisano (electric guitar)
Bud Coleman: guitar, mandolin
Lou Pagani (piano)
Nick Ceroli (drums)
Pat Senatore (bass guitar)
Tonni Kalash (trumpet)
Herb Alpert (trumpet and vocal
Bob Edmondson (trombone)
Julius Wechter: marimba
Produced by Herb Alpert & Jerry Moss, 1965

Herbert "Herb" Alpert (born March 31, 1935) Los Angeles

Alpert’s fifth album - spent six weeks at number one in 1966
Tijuana Brass was really just Alpert till 1964 when he put together a touring band of studio musicians. None of them were Hispanic. Alpert called them: Four lasagnas, two bagels, and an American cheese

RIP Peter Brown
b. 25 December 1940 Ashtead, Surrey / d. 19 May 2023 (82) Hastings UK

3.   Cream: Sunshine Of Your Love
(Peter Brown (Lyrics) / Jack Bruce / Eric Clapton)
Disraeli Gears: Polydor – CP 5008
Jack Bruce: vocals, bass
Eric Clapton: guitar
Ginger Baker: drums
Produced by Felix Pappalardi, 1967

Pete Brown became part of the poetry scene in Liverpool during the mid-1960s. He became a significant advocate of British Beat Poetry. The First Real Poetry Band was formed by Brown with John McLaughlin. That’s how Brown was  brought to the attention of Cream who were looking for original lyrics. Originally, he was seen as a writing partner for Ginger Baker, but the group quickly discovered that he worked better with Jack Bruce. Together, Brown and Bruce wrote many of Cream's songs, including the hits "I Feel Free", "White Room" and "SWLABR"; Brown also wrote the lyrics to Cream’s biggest hit, "Sunshine of Your Love"

4.   The Liverpool Scene: I’ve Got Those Fleetwood Mac, Chicken Shack, John Mayall Can’t Fail Blues
(Adrian Henri)
Bread On The Night: RCA Victor LSP 4287
Liverpool UK
Adrian Henri: vocals
Andy Roberts: vocals, guitars, accordion, harmonica, penny whistle
Mike Evans: vocals, saxes
Bryan Dodson: drums
Percy Jones: bass, harmonica
Produced by Sandy Robertson and the Liverpool Scene, 1969
Recorded by Nick Ryan and Vic Gamm

There were a group of poets running around Liverpool that got together with some musicians and the result was this band. Poetry was back in vogue, words mattered again and much like the beat poets of New York and San Francisco, they created quite a scene for a couple of years. No song on this, their second album, is indicative of what the band is like. They can do jazz, trad folk songs or ones like this.

5.   Liona Boyd: Totumo de Guarenas
(Benito Canonico)
The Guitar Artistry of Liona Boyd: Boot Master Concert Series – BMC 3006
Toronto ON
Liona Boyd: guitar
Produced by Liona Boyd, 1976
Recorded at Manta Sound, Toronto by David Green

Recorded 3 popular albums for Boot. After Tom, she was the labels best seller.

6.   Chicken Shack: Get Like You Used To Be
(Christine Perfect)
O.K. Ken?: Blue Horizon – BH 7705
Christine Perfect: lead vocal, keys
Bud Beadle: Alto Saxophone
Andy Silvester: Bass
Dave Bidwell: Drums
Steve Gregory: Tenor Saxophone
Roderick Lee: Trumpet
Stan Webb: Vocals, Guitar
Produced by Mike Vernon, 1969
Recorded by Mike Ross

7.   John Mayall’s Blues Breakers: It Hurts Me Too
(Hudson Whittaker)
Looking Back: London Records – PS 562
London UK
John Mayall: vocal, organ, 9 string guitar
Peter Green: guitar
John McVie: bass
Mick Fleetwood: drums
Produced by Mike Vernon & John Mayall, 1969
Recorded at Decca Studios, London, April 19, 1967

In October 1965, before joining Peter Bardens' group, Green had the opportunity to fill in for Eric Clapton in John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers for four gigs. Soon afterwards, when Clapton left the Bluesbreakers, Green became a full-time member of Mayall's band from July 1966.
Mike Vernon, a producer at Decca Records recalls Green's début with the Bluesbreakers:.

“As the band walked in the studio I noticed an amplifier which I never saw before, so I said to John Mayall, "Where's Eric Clapton?" Mayall answered, "He's not with us anymore, he left us a few weeks ago." I was in a state of shock but Mayall said, "Don't worry, we got someone better." I said, "Wait a minute, hang on a second, this is ridiculous. You've got someone better Than Eric Clapton?" John said, "He might not be better now, but you wait, in a couple of years he's going to be the best." Then he introduced me to Peter Green.”

This is one of the earliest recordings of what would be the foundation of Fleetwood Mac. Peter, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood were all members of John Mayall’s Blue Breakers in the Spring of 1967. This was recorded just prior to Green and Fleetwood going out on their own (John McVie decided to stay with Mayall – he would join the band in September) with bass player Bob Brunning and slide guitarist Jeremy Spencer. A third guitarist, 17 year old Danny Kirwin, would join in early 1968.

8.  Fleetwood Mac: Doctor Brown
(John Thomas Brown / Waymon Glasco)
English Rose: Epic Records - BN 26446
London UK
Peter Green - guitar
Danny Kirwan - guitar
Jeremy Spencer - piano
Mick Fleetwood - drums
John McVie - bass
Produced by Mike Vernon, 1968

9.   Savoy Brown: Made Up My Mind 
(Chris Youlden)
A Step Further: Parrott PAS 71029
London UK
Chris Youlden: vocals
Kim Simmonds: guitar, cowbell
Lonesome Dave Peverett: guitar
Roger Earl: drums
Tony Stevens: bass
Bob Hall: piano
Wheeler Eddie Blair: trumpets
Ray Davis, Bobby Haughey, Reg Morris: flugelhorn
Don Morris: sax
John Edwards: trombone
Bob Efford: sax
Don Honeywill: sax
Jawbone Willie: jawbone
Produced by Mike Vernon, 1969
Recorded by David Grinste

Kim Maiden Simmonds b. Newbridge, Caerphilly, Wales Dec 5, 1947 / d. 13 December 2022 (75)
Syracuse, NY

10. Jethro Tull: Said She Was A Dancer
(Ian Anderson )
45 single: Chrysalis Records – Tull 4-1
Blackpool / Luton UK
Ian Anderson: vocal, guitar
Doane Perry: drums
Dave Pegg: bass
Don Airey: keys
Produced by Ian Anderson, 1987
Recorded by Robin Black

11. Ward Allen: Maple Sugar
(Ward Allen)
Maple Leaf Hoedown: Sparton Records SP 203
Ottawa ON
Ward Allen: violin
Others not listed
Produced 1957

Warden Ambrose Allen b Kirkton ON 11 May 1924 / d Hull QC 3 Aug 1965 (41)

One of Canada’s biggest fiddle stars of the 1950s and early 60s. A much emulated player due to his use of double stopping – playing two strings at the same time – giving a much fuller sound which influenced a young Graham Townsend.

12. Jon & Es Lehti: Silver City’s Burning
(Jo Lehti)
45 EP bw Howie Parker songs: Silver city Records SCR 001
Kirkland Lake ON
Esa Lehti:
Jon Lethi:
Studio musicians not listed
Produced by Jon Lehti and Art Snider 1977
Recorded at Sounds Canada Studios by Art Snider

The Cobalt Ontario fire of 1977 was started by cigarettes butts behind a general store, thought to be the fault of two guys working that Victoria Day on construction. The fire engulfed the town, burning down the main drag. This record came out that same year.

Esa of Kelowna BC, Jon of Newmarket Ont, were born in Lapland, Finland, and emigrated to Canada with their family in 1956. They chose to settle in the hard rock mining town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario. The brothers were involved with various rock and country bands out of Kirkland, including the Lehti Family band.

13. Mood: Who Do You Love
(E (Bo Diddley) McDanials)
45: Cove Records - QC 467
Port Colborne ON
Ritchie Gauthier [aka Ritchie Stringer] (vocals, rhythm guitar)
Mike Weaver (drums, backing vocals)
Al Bartok (bass)
Jack Schaefer (keyboards)
Dave Pine (lead guitar)
Produced by Pete Borbolli, 1967
Recorded by Pete Pete Borbolli at CKGB Radio, Timmins ON

Gautier & Weaver later joined Toronto band Factree

14. Alistair Christl: Maybelline
(Chuck Berry)
Unmarked Grave: ind – no serial
Alistair Christl: guitars, vocals, banjo, tubular Bells
Rachel Melas: bass, bg vocal
Conny Nowe: drums
Chuck Erlichman: keys, bg vocals
Stew Cookes: lap and pedal steel
Peter Jellard: fiddle
Produced by Stew Cookes, 2007
Recorded by Stew Cookes at Rogue Studios and General Leelay World Headquarters
Mastered by Noel Mintz at the Lacquer Channel, Toronto

15. Portage And Main: Oona Jean
(Harold Donnelly / John Sponarski)
Never Had The Time: Knuckleduster Music 20969 99395
Vancouver BC
Harold Donnelly: guitars, vocals
John Sponarski: guitars, harmonica, vocals
Georges Couling: keys
Ben Appenheimer: bass
Ben Brown: drums
Savanah Wellman: vocals
Matt Kelly: steel
Indiana Avent: fiddle
Malcolm Holt: tambourine
Produced by Georges Couling, 2013
Recorded by Georges Couling at DCM Studios and Knuckleduster Studios, Vancouver
Mastered by Brock McFarlane at CPS Mastering

It was early 2010 that Vancouver based musicians John Sponarski and Harold Donnelly, geeking out over a new guitar pedal, wrote their first song together. “We didn’t think much of it at the time,” recalls Sponarski, “but after a while, it seemed neither of us could get it out of our heads.” The two simply couldn’t ignore the potential of their musical union despite playing in different bands at the time.

What started as a single song captured on a handheld recorder quickly grew to a pool of over 20 that they wanted to record. Setting up shop in a basement, they got together with a few friends from the local scene and released their self-titled album in 2011.

“We didn’t originally intend on doing much with it,” Sponarski says, so you can imagine the band’s surprise when, a line of people wrapped around the block for their album release party.

16. Pukka Orchestra: Cherry Beach Express
(G Williamson / T Duggan-Smith)
Cherry Beach Express: Solid Gold Records
Graeme Williamson: vocals
Neil Chapman: guitar
Tony Duggan-Smith: guitar
Steve Webster: bass
David McMorrow: keys
Gordon Phillips: percussion
Ann Lederman: violin
David Norris: drums
Denis Akiyama: trumpet
Produced by The Pukka Orchestra & Eugene Martynec, 1984
Recorded at Eastern Sound, Toronto
Mixed by Peter Mann & Gene Martynec at Eastern Sound

Cherry Beach Express is a song about the notorious 52 Division of the Toronto Police force. They have long been believed to routinely take prisoners and suspects to a deserted, industrial waste land called Cherry Beach and beat the crap out of them. There was at least one major law suit where a Cherry Beach Express victim was awarded a six figure settlement against the Toronto goons who took him on the Cherry Beach Express. (Paid for by us taxpayers.)

17. Pink Floyd: Interstellar Overdrive Take 6
(Barrett / Waters / Mason / Wright)
Piper At The Gates of Dawn – 40th Anniversary: EMI 50990-503919
Rick Wright: keys
Roger Waters: bass
Syd Barrett: guitar, vocals
Nick Mason: drums

Produced by Norman Smith, 1967
Recorded by Peter Brown, Studio 3, EMI Studios London
Mastered by James Guthrie and Joel Plante at Das Boot Recordings

18. David Wilcox: Fire In My Bones
(David Wilcox / Sadia)
Breakfast At The Circus: Capitol Records of Canada CLT-48551
Toronto ON
David Wilcox: guitar, vocal
Steve Webster, David Rose: bass
Rob Yale: keys, programming
Trevor Morais: drums
David Rose: BG Vocal
Produced by Sadia, 1987
Recorded by Lenny De Rose at Phase One Recording Studios, Toronto
Mixed by Stephen KW Taylor at The Farmyard Studio, Little Chalfont Bucks, UK
Mastered at The Townhouse, London UK
Jim Tiny Stevenson: Road Manage

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