33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
April 15, 2024
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Side A

1.   Jean Carignan: La Ronfleuse Gobeil – 1973 *
2.   Andrew Cash Band: Boomtown – 1989 *
3.   The Ceedees: He Plays Guitar – 1980 *
4.   Crash Test Dummies: There Are Many Dangers – 1987 *
5.   Cripple Creek Fairies: Martin Hartwell Story – 2004 *
6.   Polish Canadians: My Canadian Sweetheart – 1969 *
7.   Carnival: Out Of My Life – 1968 *
8.   Amelia Curran: Years – 2012 *
9.   Chalk Circle: Empty Park – 1987 *
10. The Corndogs: Lemon Head (Bitter As Hell) – 1987 *
11. Cheech & Chong: Turn That Thing Down – 1974
12. Gregory Childs & Heart Lung: Baby Blue – 2121 *
13. David Celia: Double Mind – 2015 *
14. Carbon Dating Service: Fossils – 2009 *
15. Henry Cuesta: Thorn In My Shoe – 1980 *
       Vintage Voices w DJ Birute
16. Luciano Pavoratti: Traviata - 1984
17. Lee Cremo: Cock of the North – 1972 *
The Bee Side

1.   The Bob Crewe Generation: Music To Watch Girls By – 1967
2.   Commander Cody: Riot In Cell Block No. 9 – 1973
3.   Can: Movin’ Right Along – 1989
4.   The Chambers Bros: All Strung Out Over You – 1968
5.   Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Ant Man Bee – 1969
6.   Caravan: Hoe Down – 1973
7.   Charanga Orchestra: Pachanga Brisilera – 1961
8.   Bing Crosby: Around The World – 1956
9.   The Cars: Gimme Some Slack – 1980
10. Chicken Shack: Get Like You Use To Be – 1968
11. The Cult: Memphis Hip Shake – 1987
12. Chick Churchill: Chiswick Flyover – 1973
13. Canned Heat: Same All Over – 1969
14. Curved Air: Backstreet Luv – 1971
15. Holger Czukay: Persian Love – 1982
16. Walter (Wendy) Carlos: Timesteps – 1971
17. R Crumb & The Cheap Suit Serenaders: Chasin’ Rainbows – 1976
18. Dave Clark: All In Love – 2002*

CanCon* = 46%

And Now for The Particulars

Side A

1.   Jean Carignan: Ronfleuse Gorbeil (The Snoring Old Man) 
Jean Carignan: Philo Records ¬ FI 2001
Levis QC
Jean Carignan: fiddle
Gilles Losier: piano
Produced by David Green and Phil Hresko, 1973
Recorded by David Green at Earth Audio Techniques, North Ferrisburg VT

2.   Andrew Cash Band: Boomtown
(Andrew Cash / Charlie Angus)
Boomtown: Island Records ISL 1237
Graydon Nichols electric guitar, dobro, vocals
Glenn Milchem drums & percussion
Paul Taylor bass, vocals
Jim Ediger piano, Hammond organ, accordion, fiddle, vocals
Andrew Cash vocals, electric & acoustic guitar
Produced by Don Dixon, 1989
Recorded by Mark Williams with Jim Perry at Reflection Sound, Charlotte NC
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC

Andrew Cash b. January 22, 1962, Toronto

2nd Album by Andrew Cash & The Ambassadors: The video for the title track won the Juno Award. Song was a colaboration w Chuck Angus of The Grievous Angels.

3.   The Ceedees: He Plays Guitar
(Curtis Driedger)
Hit The Ditch: Carrot Records CD-1-1980
Peterborough ON
Curtis Driedger: guitar, keys, vocals
Ed Dick: bass
Nick Kent: drums
Susan Newman: keys, vocal
Rob Fortin: guitar, vocal
Produced by The CeeDees, 1980
Recorded by Glen Johansen at Integrated Studios, Agincourt (Toronto) ON

For most of the 1980s, this band had a good following on the burgeoning Queen Street West music scene in Toronto. This was their only album although they did release a 5 song EP in 1985.  Drummer Nick Kent later went to play with Martha & The Muffins while Curtis Driedger did some work with Lost & Profound.

4.   Crash Test Dummies: There Are Many Dangers
(Brad Roberts)
A Worm’s Life: Arista Records 74321 39779 2
Brad Roberts: guitar, vocals
Benjamin Darvill: harmonica, theremin
Mitch Dorge: drum Programming
Ellen Reid: keys, bg vocals
Dan Roberts: bass
Produced by Brad and Dan Roberts, Mitch Dorge, 1996

Best known in Canada for the 1991 single "Superman's Song".  They started out in Winnipeg as The St. James Rhythm Pigs. After changing their name they were signed to BMG Records in 1991. Their first album, The Ghosts that Haunt Me, was released  in 1991. The album eventually reached sales of 400,000 in Canada, largely due to the popularity of the hit single "Superman's Song", which earned the band the 1992 Juno Award for Group of the Year.

5.   Cripple Creek Fairies: Martin Hartwell Story    
(TC Connors)
B.Y.O.P. (Bring Your Own Plywood) Calgary Does Connors: Saved By Radio SRCR001
Les Izmoore – bass, lead vocals
Phil Inne – drums
Monster Zero – guitar
Conrad Montana – keys
Private Pikkle –
Captain Fook –
Stevie E –
Johnny Bic –
Tommy Douglas – guitar, vocals
Compilation Producers: Dawn Loucks, Jennifer Abel & Cam Hayden, 2004
Mastered by Richard Harrow

6.   The Polish Canadians: My Canadian Sweetheart (Oj Marysla)
(Jagiello / Guca)
Polkas & Waltzes - For Your Entertainment: Polka Tone Records 5001
Ed Guca: accordion, clarinet, sax
No Info on musicians
Produced in 1969

Ed Guca b. Toronto August 7, 1944

Ed Guca formed his first band, The Polka Aces, in high school. He also took up clarinet and sax. After graduating from University, he took his band to Chicago where the famous  Li’l Wally suggested a new name for the band: Ed Guca and the Polish Canadians. They traveled throughout Ontario, into the USA and Europe. He hosted a radio show called "The All Night Friday Night Polka Party" as a DJ on CHIN-FM here in Toronto. Ed Guca is still performing and is currently in charge of the entertainment committee for the Roncesvalles Village Polish Festival in Toronto, promoting polka music to over 100,000 people each year.

7.   Carnival: Out Of My Life
(Wells / Brownscombe / Eberle)
45 single bw Four Seasons: Columbia Records - C4 2789
Kitchener ON
Tim Hallman (piano)
Don Pellow (organ)
Bill Wells (bass)
Bob Brownscombe (guitar/vocals)
Mike Oberle (drums)
Produced at Chelsea Sound, 1968

8.   Amelia Curran: Years
(Amelia Curran)
Spectators: Six Shooter Records – SIX073
St. John’s NL
Acoustic Guitar – Sandy Morris
Backing Vocals – Amelia*, Selina Martin
Drums– Mark Neary
Electric Bass – Mark Neary
Electric Guitar – John Critchley
Organ – Geoff Panting
Produced by John Critchley, 2012
Mastered By Ron Skinner at Heading North Mastering, Toronto
Recorded By, John Critchley At Green Door Studios, Toronto
Mixed By John Critchley At Green Door Studios

9.   Chalk Circle: Empty Park
(Dan Hopkins / Chalk Circle)
Mending Wall: Duke Street Records DSR31035
Newcastle ON
Chris Tait, guitars
Brad Hopkins, bass
Derrick Murphy, drums
Tad Winklarz, keys, sax
Produced by Chalk Circle and Chris Wardman, 1987
Recorded by Ron Searles at Manta Sound, Toronto
Mastered by Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk, NYC
Drums by Steve’s Music drum department

10. The Corndogs: Lemon Head (Bitter As Hell)
(Greg Clarke / Brodie Lodge)
Cliffhanger: Doggy Don’t Records DD 501
Greg Clarke: lead vocals, guitar
Patrick Gilmour: guitar, keys, violin, lead vocals
Lionel Lodge: bass, vocals
Brodie Lodge: drums, harmonica, vocals
Produced by John Howard and Todd Warren, 1987
Recorded at Video Sound Studios, Toronto
Mastered at McClear Place, Toronto

11. 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 BC
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

The duo met in Vancouver, British Columbia in the late 1960s. Chong was a Canadian citizen, and Cheech had moved up there from Southern California to avoid the draft.

12. Gregory Childs & Heart Lung: Baby Blue
(Gregory Childs)
45 single bw Blood Ties: ind / no serial
Nick Cousins: lead guitar, harmonica
Brent Kervin: bass
Zachary Moloci: drums
Gregory Childs: guitar, vocals
Produced by Gregory Childs, 2021
Recorded by Steve Aylward at Frederick House Audio
Mastered by Phil Demetro at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Toronto’s Gregory Childs claimed in an interview: “As a group we’re all drawn to raw storytelling. While we respect the pop elements of both classic and contemporary country we want our songs to feel like the mics just happened to be there, with the imperfections, throat pulls and chair squeaks included. We definitely aren’t perfect and we like it that way.”

13. David Celia: Double Mind
(David Celia)
Double Mind: Seedling Music 088907212580
David Celia: guitars, bass, vocals, various sounds
Jay Swinnerton: keys
Brenan Hanley: drums
David Headon,: bass
Tim Jackson: bg vocals
Produced by David Celia, 2015
Recorded by samuel Bates at The Ladder Factory and intro at Cameron House, Toronto
Mastered by Andy Magoffin at The House of Miracles

14. Carbon Dating Service: Fossils
(Carbon Dating Service)
Reliquiae: Saskomusic TRT034
Saskatoon SK
Alex Loewen: trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals
Alison Whelan: keys, vocals
Brian Cochrane: trombone, vocals
Jim Ginther: drums
Mairin Loewen: trombone, harp, vocals
Steve Reed: bass, vocals
Toby Bond: viola, violin, vocals
Zach Low: bass
Produced by Steve Reed, 2009
Recorded at Robot Homestead, Saskatoon
Mastered by Harris Newman at Greymarket Mastering, Montreal

15. Henry Cuesta: Thorn In My Shoe
(Gene MacLellan)
Henry Cuesta Plays Favourites: Pickwick / Canadian Talent Library PC-44017 / CTL S-5147
Toronto ON
Henry Cuesta: clarinet, sax
Peter Appleyard: vibes, percussion
Jimmy Coixon: keys
Bobby Edwards: guitar
Kenny Gil: guitar
Hank Monis: guitar
Bob Price: bass
Ron Vickery: drums
Produced by Johnny Burt, 1980
Recorded by Peter Houston at Toronto Sound Studios

Henry Falcon Cuesta, Sr.  b. Dec 23, 1931 McAllen, Hidalgo County Texas / d. Dec 17, 2003 (71) Sherman Oaks, CA

Played in Lawrence Welk’s band as a clarinetist.
Lived in Toronto for several years, fronting his own band.
Thorn in my Shoe was another great composition by Gene MacLellan.

Vintage Voices w DJ Birute w Laura Gillis

16. Luciano Pavoratti: Brindisi (Traviata)
(Giuseppe Verdi )
Luciano Pavarotti: Decca 410 166-1
Modena, Italy
Conductor – Leone Magiera
Libretto By – Piave*
Orchestra – Orchestra Dell'Ater
Soprano Vocals [Violetta] – Mirella Freni
Tenor Vocals [Alfredo] – Luciano Pavarotti
Produced 1984

17. Lee Cremo: Cock of the North
Lee Cremo & The Eastern Variation: Audat Records 477-9010
Eskasoni, Cape Breton Island NS
Lee Cremo: fiddle
Gabriel Sylibay: bass
Wilfred Paul: lead guitar
Joseph MacMullen: piano
Peter Stevens: drums
James Poulette: rhythm guitar
Produced by Dr. A Feeney, 1972
Recorded by Mas Kikuta at Audio Atlantic, Halifax NS

Lee Cremo b. Barra Head, Nova Scotia 30 December 1938 / d. 10 October 1999 Eskasoni, NS)

The Bee Side

1.   Bob Crewe Generation: Music To Watch Girls By
(S Ramon)
45 Single: DynoVoice Records 229
Newark NJ
Produced by Bob Crewe 1967
Recorded by Bill Szymczyk, George Schowerer

Robert Stanley Crewe b. Nov 12, 1930 Newark NJ / d.  Sept 11, 2014 (83) Scarborough, Maine

Phil Saunders holds the newspaper obituary of his nephew, American record producer and songwriter Bob Crewe. When Crewe died four years ago, his obituary in Newfoundland newspapers made no mention of his connection to the province through his parents. Today, Saunders and several other relatives are telling the little-known story of that proud Newfoundland connection. His father was from Dawson’s Cove — now Sandyville — while his mother hailed from Heart’s Delight. Some of The Four Seasons’ biggest hits might never have been written if it weren’t for two Newfoundlanders. That includes tunes such as “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.” It’s a little-known fact that the songwriter behind countless 1960s and 1970s-era hits has Newfoundland roots. Famous American record producer, manager, songwriter and artist Bob Crewe was born in New Jersey in 1930.

2.   Command Cody & Lost Planet Airmen: Riot In Cell Block No. 9
(Leiber / Stoller)
Live From Deep In The Heart of Texas: Paramount Records PAS 1017
Ann Arbor, Michigan / San Francisco CA
George Frayne (Commander Cody) piano, keyboards, vocals
Billy C. Farlow harmonica, vocals
Bill Kirchen guitar, vocals
John Tichy guitar, vocals
Lance Dickerson drums, vocals
Bruce Barlow bass, vocals
Andy Stein violin, saxophone
Bobby Black steel guitar, vocals
Produced by Stephen Jarvis, 1973
Recorded by the Wally Heider remote crew: Gabby Garcia, Ken Caliat, Bill Broms & Jerry
Stroud at The Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin Texas November, 1973

3.   Can: Movin’ Right Along
Rite Time: Mercury Records – 838 883 1
Cologne GM
Malcolm Mooney: vocal
Irmin Schmidt: keys
Jaki Liebezeit: drums
Michael Karoli: bass, vocals, pocket organ
Holger Czukay: french horn, dictaphone, synth, bass
Produced by Michael karoli and Holger Czukay 1989
Recorded by Patrick Jauneaud at Outer Space Studio, Nice FR
Mixed by Michael Karoli, Holger Czukay and Rene Tinner at Can Studio, Weilerswist GM

Czukay studied music under Karlheinz Stockhausen from 1963 to 1966. He had little interest in rock music, but this changed when a student played him the Beatles' 1967 song "I Am the Walrus". He then started listening to The Velvet Underground and Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention. He went on to form Can in 1968. Their first album was Monster Love from 1969 – the only album that singer Malcolm Mooney (an American) sang on until the release of Rite Time 20 years later after he was enticed back.
This particular album was Can’s last real one, and its first in over 10 years. It is also the first Can album since their debut LP which features Can’s original vocalist, Malcolm Mooney. His vocals are spectacular. Totally original.

4.   The Chambers Brothers: All Strung Out Over You
(R Clark)
The Time Has Come: Columbia CS 9522
Los Angeles CA
Lester Chambers: harmonica
Joe Chambers: guitar
Willie Chambers: guitar
George Chambers: bass
Brian Keenan: drums
Produced by Tim Obrien, 1968
Recorded by Fred Catero & Roy Segal

These guys were an electrifying act to see live. They played the Rock Pile here in Toronto in 1968 and blew me away. I immediately went out and bought two of their albums. Mostly known for their pop hit “Time Will Come”, they were a great R&B band, incredibly tight and to top it off: really nice guys! I met them in a record shop on Yonge St. as a young teen.

5.   Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: Ant Man Bee
(Don Van Vliet)
Trout Mask Replica: Straight Records – STS 1053
Los Angeles CA
Captain Beefheart: saxes, vocals
Zoot Rollo Horn: slide guitar, flute
Antennae Jimmy Semens: guitar
The Mascara Snake: bass clarinet, vocal
Rockette Morton: bass
Produced by Frank Zappa, 1969
Recorded by Dick Kunc August 1968 at Sunset Sound Recorders & March 1969 at Whitney Studios, LA

The Captain plays tenor & soprano sax simultaneously on Ant Man Bee

6.   Caravan: Hoedown
(Pye Hastings)
For Girls Who Grow Plump In the Night: London Records ‎– XPS 637
Canterbury UK
Pye Hastings: guitar, vocals
Richard Coughlan: drums
John G. Perry: bass
Dave Sinclair: keyboards
Frank Ricotti: congas
Geoffrey Richardson: guitar, viola, violin
Produced by David Hitchcock, 1973
Recorded at Tolling Park Studios; Chipping Norton Recording Studios; Decca Studios, West Hampstead

The band were originally based in Canterbury, Kent, but moved to London where they were signed to Verve Records. After months of confusion, they were dropped by Verve and signed a better deal with Decca, who released their critically acclaimed album, ‘In the Land of Grey and Pink’, in 1971. Keyboardist Dave Sinclair left the group after the album's release and the group split up the following year after recording this fine album.

7.   Charanga Orchestra: Pachanga Brasilera
La Pachanga!!: Somerset Records – S 142
Havana, Cuba
Rafael Seijo: director
Produced 1961

Indigenous to Cuba, a Charanga orchestra is based around a five key wooden flute with violins, piano, double bass, timbales and guiro (a percussive wooden fish). The Charanga can also include singers and congas. In the Charanga the violins play riffs that lock into the rhythm section and give the music a real driving nature

8.   Bing Crosby w Buddy Cole & Orchestra: Around the World
(Victor Young / Harold Adamson)
45 Single: Brunswick 05674
Tacoma WA
Produced 1956

Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby, Jr. (May 3, 1903 Tacoma, Washington  October 14, 1977 Madrid Spain)

9.   The Cars: Gimme Some Slack
(Ric Ocasek)
Panorama: Elektra Records ELK 52 240
Boston Massachusetts
David Robinson: drums, bg vocals
Greg Hawkes: keys, sax, bg vocals
Benjamin Orr: vocals, bass
Ric Ocasek: vocals, rhythm guitar
Elliot Easton: lead guitar, bg vocals
Produced by Roy Thomas Baker, 1980
Recorded by Ian Taylor at Cherokee Recording  Studio, LA; Jason Corsaro at The Power Station, NYC

Richard Theodore Otcasek b. Baltimore Maryland March 23, 1944 / d. September 15, 2019 (75) NYC

Ocasek formed a band called ID Nirvana in 1968 with his school hood pal Benjamin Orr (bass) and performed around Ohio and after a few futile years moved to Boston where he and Orr got into a Crosby Stills & Nash type of band called Milkwood. It was there that they met the third component of the future Cars, Greg Hawkes (keys) who played on Milkwood’s only album. Eventually their paths lead to the 1978 founding of The Cars. Ocasek wrote most of their songs and also produced most of their albums. He went on to produce records by Bad Religion, Jonathan Richman and others.

10. 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

11. The Cult: Memphis Hip Shake
(Astbury / Duffy)
Electric: Beggars Banquet Records 830916-1
Bradford, West Yorkshire UK
Ian Astbury: vocal, tambourine
Billy Duffy: guitars
Jamie Stewart: bass
Les Warner: drums
Produced by Rick Rubin, 1987
Recorded by Rick Ruben and Andy Wallace

The band formed in 1983. Before calling themselves The Cult in January 1984, the band performed under the name Death Cult, which was an evolution of the name of lead singer Ian Astbury's previous band Southern Death Cult. The band played their final performance in Manchester in February 1983, meaning after only sixteen months the gig was over.

12. Chick Churchill: Chiswick Flyover
(Chick Churchill)
You And Me: Chrysalis Records: CHR-1051
London UK
Chick Churchill: keys
Gary Pickford-Hopkins: Lead Vocals
Cozy Powell: drums
Leo Lyons: bass
Produced by Chick Churchill, 1973
Recorded by Gregg Jackman
Mixed by Matthew Fisher

Michael George Churchill b. Ilkeston, Derbyshire 2 January 1946

Known for his keyboards as a member of Ten Years After, Chick Churchill began playing the piano at the age of six and studied classical music until he was fifteen.  joined his first band Sons of Adam in Nottingham. Churchill then met Alvin Lee of The Jaybirds. At first, Churchill joined the band as its road manager, but he soon became the keyboard player. In November 1966 there was a name change to Ten Years After. With this group, Churchill played at major rock festivals including Woodstock in 1969, and the Isle of Wight Festival on 29 August 1970. Ten Years After broke up in 1976 and Churchill got into promotions and publishing.

13. Canned Heat: Same All Over
(Canned Heat)
Hallelujah: Liberty Records LST 7618
Los Angeles, CA
Bob Hite: vocal, pigs
Alan Wilson: slide guitar
Henry Vestine: electric guitar, pigs
Larry Taylor: bass
Fito de la Parra: drums, pigs
Ernest Lane: organ
Elliot Ingber, Skip Diamond, Javier Batise: bg vocals
Produced by Skip Taylor and Canned Heat, 1969
Recorded by Richard Joseph Moore at I.D. Sound Recorders, Hollywood

The band was started by two blues enthusiasts Alan Wilson and Bob Hite, who took the name from Tommy Johnson's 1928 "Canned Heat Blues", a song about an alcoholic who had desperately turned to drinking Sterno, generically called "canned heat". The first big live appearance of Canned Heat was at the Monterey Pop Festival on June 17, 1967. A picture of the band taken at the performance was featured on the cover of Down Beat Magazine where an article complimented their playing, saying:

"Technically, Vestine and Wilson are quite possibly the best two-guitar team in the world.” They might not have been the best but they were mighty, damn close!

14. Curved Air: Back Street Luv
(Ian Eyre / Sonja Kristina / Darryl Way)
Second Album:  WS 1951
London UK
Sonja Kristina: lead vocal
Darryl Way: violin
Francis Monkman: guitars, keys
Ian Eyre: bass
Florian Pilkington-Miksa: drums
Produced by Colin Caldwell and Curved Air, 1971
Recorded by Colin Caldwell

From folk rock to folk-prog, a number of bands developed a new sound around 1969, further pushing the boundaries into newer territories. Bands like King Crimson formed around the same time as It’s A Beautiful Day, Renaissance and Curved Air. Rock bands featuring flutes and violins, using orchestral sounds of mellotrons to shape the sound of their music.

15. Holger Czukay: Persian Love
(Holger Czukay)
WOMAD: Music And Rhythm: Passport Records PD 7501
Cologne GM
Holger Czukay: guitar, keys, synths, short waves, bass
Jaki Liebezeit: drums, congas
Produced by Holger Czukay 1980
Recorded by Holger Czukay at Inner Space Studio
Produced by Sony Records 1982.

Holger Schüring b Danzig GM 24 March 1938 – 5 September 2017 Weilerswist, GM (79)
Jaki Liebezeit b. 26 May 1938 Dresden GM – d. 22 January 2017 (78)

Czukay described himself as “an acoustic landscape painter”. Persian Love originally appeared on Czukay’s album Moves in 1980. Czukay taped an unknown Persian musician from his short wave radio for this track. Czukay studied music under Karlheinz Stockhausen from 1963 to 1966. He had little interest in rock music, but this changed when a student played him the Beatles' 1967 song "I Am the Walrus". He then started listening to The Velvet Underground and Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention. He went on to form Can in 1968. Their first album was Monster Love from 1969 – the only album that singer Malcolm Mooney (an American) sang on until the release of Rite Time 20 years later after he was enticed back.
This particular album was Can’s last real one, and its first in over 10 years. It is also the first Can album since their debut LP which features Can’s original vocalist, Malcolm Mooney. His vocals are spectacular. Totally original.

16. Wendy (Walter) Carlos: Timesteps
(W Carlos)
Clockwork Orange Soundtrack: Warner Brothers - 2573
Pawtucket RI
Wendy Carlos: Moog Synthesizer
Produced by Rachel Elkind, 1971

Walter Carlos b. November 14, 1939 Pawtucket, Rhode Island

This is an excerpt of Timesteps as used by Stanley Kubrick in the film. Carlos went on to release an entire album of works that were either used in the film (in their entirety) or considered for inclusion. (A Clockwork Orange: Wendy Carlos's Complete Original Score, first released in 1972 as Walter Carlos' Clockwork Orange).

Carlos also began reading A Clockwork Orange, and noticed that the opening themes reflected the feeling of the first chapters of the book. Thereafter the piece developed, in Carlos' own words, into "an autonomous composition with an uncanny affinity for 'clockwork'", the last word being Carlos' way of referring to the book. When the film version was announced Carlos and producer Rachel Elkind made a demonstration recording for Kubrick, who became interested and invited them to meet him in London.

17. R Crumb & His Cheap Suit Serenaders: Chasin’ Rainbows
(Coley Jones)
Number Two: Blue Goose Records – 2019
Paris FR
R Crumb: banjo, vocals
Allan Dodge: mandolin, violin, ukulele, vocals
Robert Armstrong: guitar, accordion, banjo, saw, vocals
Terry Zwigoff: cello
Produced by Nick Pearls, 1976

Originally recorded by The Dallas String Band
Cartoonist R Crumb born on August 30, 1943 in Philadelphia
Known for Keep on Truckin’ & Fritz The Cat & Mr Natural cartoons
Well known for Cheap Thrills album cover by BB&H Company
Moved to France 1991

18. Dave Clark: All In Love
(Dave Clark / William Shakespeare)
Sixty Second Songs: DROG 100
Dave Clark: all instruments, vocals
Produced, Recorded and Mixed by Dave Clark at Bon’s Cave, Toronto

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