33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
May 6, 2024
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For Eddy
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The Aye Side

1.   Duane Eddy: Because They’re Young – 1960
2.   The Guess Who: 8:15 – 1970 *
3.   Tulpä: Rome Is Burning – 1985 *
4.   Trixie Goes Hollywood: Personality (She’ll Be Mine) – 1980 *
5.   Bonnie Raitt: Bluebird -  1971
6.   Peter Green: Loser Two Times – 1980
7.   Duane Eddy: Pepe – 1961
8.   Vanilla Fudge: She’s Not There – 1967
9.   Rodier – Gauthier: Have You – 1968 *
10. Striped Bananas: Hold On Now – 2017
11. Rockadrome: Very Strange – 1969 *
12. Velvet Underground – Venus In Furs – 1967
13. Duane Eddy: Popeye – 1962
14. Shari Ulrich: Mad Money – 1982 *
15. The Who: Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere – 1965
16. Genya Ravan: Don’t Press Me – 1973
17. The Beatles: Bad Boy – 1965
18. Raindrops: It’s Alright – 1965 *
19. Duane Eddy: Cannonball – 1958

The Bee Side

1.   The Shadows: Shindig – 1963
2.   Fearing & White: Another Time Another Place – 2014 *
3.   The Rheostatics: Stolen Car – 1997 *
4.   Green Day: Espionage – 1997
5.   Grapes of Wrath: Time Is Here – 1989 *
6.   Grievous Angels: All Night Depanneur – 2020 *
7.   The Sadies: another Yesterday Again – 2013 *
8.   Duane Eddy: The Scrape – 1962
9.   Reckless Eddy: Candles In The Night – 1974 *
10. Selina Martin: Euydice – 2022 *
11. Royal Canoe: Show Me Your Eyes – 2015 *
12. The Byrds: Have You Seen Her Face – 1967
13. Duane Eddy: Rebel Walk – 1959
14. Foxrun: Mystery News – 1981 *
15. Stompin’ Tom Connors: The Green, Green Grass – 1971 *
16. The Revolvers: Systolic Sun – 2010 *
17. Justin Rutledge The Old Oak – 2016 *
18. Bill Bruford’s Earthworks: Thud – 1987
19. Billy Dinn: Buttons In The Wind – 1984 *

*CanCon = 56%

And Now for The Particulars

Aye Side

1.   Duane Eddy & The Rebels: Because They’re Young
(D Costa / A Schroeder / Gold)
45 single bw Rebel Walk: London Records UK HL-W 9162
Corning NY
Duane Eddy: guitar

Wrecking Crew members not listed but probably included:
Steve Douglas: sax
Jim Horn: sax
Larry Knechtel: keys
Produced by Lee Hazlewood, Lester Sill, 1959

b. April 26, 1938 Corning NY / d. April 30, 2024 (86) Franklin, TN

At the age of 16 he obtained a Chet Atkins model Gretsch guitar and formed a duo. While performing at local radio station KCKY, they met disc jockey Lee Hazlewood, who produced the duo's single, "Soda Fountain Girl", recorded and released in 1955. Eddy devised a technique of playing lead on his guitar's bass strings to produce a low, reverberant "twangy" sound.  Because  They’re  Young was his second gold record and biggest hit. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, and the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2008.

2.   Guess Who: 8:15
(Randy Bachman / Burton Cummings)
American Woman: RCA LSP 4266
Winnipeg MB
Randy Bachman: guitar
Burton Cummings: keys, vocals
Gary Peterson: drums
Jim Kale: bass
Produced by Jack Richardson, 1970
Recorded by Brian Christian at RCA Mid-America Recording Center, Studio B, Chicago

One of the greatest Canadian albums of 1970 had to be American Woman. Every song on this album represents the culmination of Bachman / Cummings and it’s by far, my favourite Guess Who album. Of course, Randy B would quit the band to form Brave Belt (aka BTO), cutting a big piece out of the heart of the band. In fact, it took the hiring of two guitar slingers to replace him!

3.   Tulpä: Rome Is Burning
(Chris Bottomly)
Mosaic Fish: Midnight Music 00.10 5
Toronto ON
John Bottomley: guitar, vocal, keys
Chris Bottomley: bass, vocal, keys
Sev Mircon (Mike Severin): drums, vocal, keys
Produced by Tulpä, 1985
Recorded by Jeff McCulloch at Wellesley Studios, Toronto

Became a performing unit in 1984 as Private Lives but found out that an American band were also using that name: Became Tulpa as a result: Played in Toronto venues like Larry’s Hideaway, The Rivoli, Cabana Room of the Spadina Hotel, The Beverly Tavern and Lee’s Palace: After recording Mosaic Fish, they opened for acts like The Payolas and Tragically Hip: They also released a live record called “Off The Board: Live at CBGBs” in New York before breaking up in 1990. John Bottomley passed away April 6, 2011

4.   Trixie Goes Hollywood: Personality (She’ll Be Mine)
(Robert Disher)
Q107 Homegrown Album: Basement Records BASE 6002
Players Unknown
Compilation produced 1980

Trixie got together and played in the early 1980's but didn’t last very long. However, they got re-united in 2005 as a cover band and are still together doing their thing. No idea who’s in this band; their web site makes no mention of personnel and I don’t believe they recorded much more than this one song.

5.   Bonnie Raitt: Bluebird
(Steve Stills)
Bonnie Raitt: Warner Bros Records – WS1953
Burbank CA
Bonnie Raitt: vocals, slide guitar, acoustic guitar
A C Reed: tenor sax
Peter Bell: electric guitar
Freebo: fretless bass
Steve Bradley: drums
Eugene Hoffman: cowbell
Willie Murphy: piano
Produced by Willie Murphy, 1971
Recorded by Dave and Sylvia Ray at Sweet Jane Studios, Minneapolis
Mixed by Kendall Pacios

Bonnie Lynn Raitt b. November 8, 1949

This is a great rendition of Stephen Stills’ Bluebird, originally recorded by Buffalo Springfield. In March 2000, Raitt was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

6.   Peter Green: Loser Two Times
(Peter Green)
Little Dreamer: Attic Records Canada LAT 1088
London UK
Peter Green: lead guitar, vocals, harmonica
Ronnie Johnson: guitar
Paul Westwood or John Edwards or Kuma Harada: bass
Roy Shipston: organ
Dave Mattacks: drums
Morris Pert: percussion
Carol Ingram, Pam Douglas: bg vocals
Dave Wilkey or Peter Vernon: piano
Produced by Peter Vernon Kell, 1980
Recorded at Rock City Studios, Shepperton UK by Mike Cooper
Mixed at Utopia Studio, London

7.   Duane Eddy: Pepe
(D Langdon / H Whittstatt)
45 single bw Lost Friend: London Records: M 17142
Corning, NY
Duane Eddy: electric guitar
Steve Douglas, sax
Jim Horn: sax
Larry Knechtel: keys
Produced by George Sidney, 1961

8.   Vanilla Fudge: She’s Not There
(Rod Argent / Al Gallico)
Vanilla Fudge: Atco Records – SD 33-224
Long Island NY
Tim Bogert – bass, vocals
Mark Stein – lead vocals, keyboards
Vince Martell – guitar, vocals
Carmine Appice – drums, vocals
Produced by Shadow Morton, 1967
Recorded by Joe Veneri & Bill Stahl

Originally recorded by The Zombies 1964. Also recorded by Montreal’s Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush who covered it instrumentally on the 2004 Real Live album.

9.   Rodier-Gauthier: Have You
(Roger Rodier)
45 single bw Overseer: Pax Records 3803
Montréal, Québec
Roger Rodier: guitar, vocals
Germaine Gauthier: keys, vocals
Produced by John Pantis, 1968

An obscure psyche-folk musician Roger Rodier teamed up here with Germaine Gauthier. They released two singles for the Pax label before Rodier went out on his own and recorded an amazing album in 1972 called Upon Velveatur which Rolling Stone magazine called “Timeless Grace”. He started recording another album in 1973 but something happened and he just quite the music scene.

10. Striped Bananas: Hold On Now
(Duncan Shepard)
Stone of Madness #125/200: Cosmic Sunshnie Records 88295-57817
Duncan Shepard: guitars, bass, mellotron, sitar, vocal
Chantelle Shepard: keys, bass, vocal
Andrew Lowden: drums, vocal
Produced by Duncan Shepard, 2017
Recorded in Michigan and New York
Mastered by AudioBay Mastering, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Great psych band from New England who have released several LPs.

11. Rockadrome: Very Strange 
Royal American 20th Century Blues: Sound Canada SC-7701
Richmond Hill, ON
R J Dove - lead guitar
Michael R Clancy - guitar
Rick Vallieres - drums
Paul Lachapelle - bass
Produced by Art Snider 1969
Recorded by Art Snider at Sounds Canada Studios, Toronto

Progressive band from Richmand Hill who only had enough to record this one album.

12. The Velvet Underground: Venus In Furs
(Lou Reed)
The Velvet Underground & Nico: Verve (Canada) mono V 5008
New York City
Lou Reed: guitar, vocals
Sterling Morrison: guitar, bass
John Cale: electric viola, piano, bass
Maureen Tucker: percussion
Produced by Andy Warhol, 1967
Recorded by Omi Haden at TTG Hollywood
Mixed by Tom Wilson , Gene Radice & David Green

active between 1964 and 1973, formed in New York City by Lou Reed and John Cale.
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996

13. Duane Eddy: Popeye (The Hitchhiker)
(Appel / Mann)
Dance With The Guitar Man: RCA Victor LPM 2648
Corning NY
Duane Eddy: lead guitar
Produced by Lee Hazelwood, 1962
Recorded by Tommy Strong, Al Schmitt and Jack Miller at RCA Victor’s Nashville Sound Studios

14. Shari Ulrich: Mad Money
(Shari Ulrich / Jean Roussel)
Talk Around Town: MCA Records 5379
Bowen Island, BC
Shari Ulrich: vocal, violin
Mike Baird: drums
Nathan East: bass
Bobby Buchanan: keys
Jane Mortiffe, Nancy Nash: bg vocals
Produced by Claire Lawrence, 1982
Recorded by Jeremy Smith & David Schrober at Bill Schnee Sound, Los Angeles
Mixed by Paul Northfield & Robbie Whalen at Le Studio, Morin Heights, QC
Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, NYC

b. October 17, 1951 San Rafael, California

An American-born Juno Award winning musician who relocated to Vancouver when she was 18, performed on the coffeehouse circuit around Vancouver in the early 1970s. In 1973, she met up with Rick Scott and Joe Mock, and together they formed the Pied Pumkin String Ensemble. She was hired by Valdy to be a part of his touring band, The Hometown Band. Later played with Roy Forbes and Bill Henderson in UHF which still does gig occasionally. She’s still out their recording and gigging with lots more still in the tank.

15. The Who: Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere
(Pete Townsend / Roger Daltry)
45 Single: Decca - 31801
London UK
Roger Daltry: vocal
Pete Townsend: guitar, bg vocal
John Entwistle: bass
Keith Moon: drums
Produced by Shel Talmy 1965

This song was the only one Townsend and Daltry wrote together.

16. Genya Ravan: Don’t Press Me
(Genya Ravan / Jim Price)
They Love Me, They Love Me Not: Dunhill Records DSX 50143
New York City
Genya Ravan: vocals
Jim Price: keys
Jay Graydon: guitars
John Uribe: electric guitar
Dave Farrell: bass
Don Poncher: drums
Ray Cooper: percussion
Jim Horn: sax, flute
Bobby Keys: tenor sax
Produced by Jim Price and Joe Zagarino, 1973
Recorded by Joe Zagarino and Tony Reale at various studios

Genyusha Zelkovicz; b. Lodz, Poland April 19, 1940

She was lead singer of The Escorts, Goldie & the Gingerbreads, and Ten Wheel Drive. She also did a lot of producing of bands like the Dead Boys

17. The Beatles: Bad Boy
(Larry Williams)
Beatles VI: Capitol Records Canada – T 2358
Liverpool UK
John Lennon: vocal, rhythm guitar
Paul McCartney: bass, electric piano
George Harrison: double-tracked lead guitar
Ringo Starr: drums, tambourine
Produced by George Martin, 1965
Recorded by Norman Smith at EMI Abby Road Studios,  May 10, 1965

Lawrence Eugene Williams (b. New Orleans LA, May 10, 1935 / d. January 7, 1980 LA)

The Beatles recorded two Larry Williams songs during a single 10 May 1965 session:  Bad Boy and Dizzy Miss Lizzy, both sung by John Lennon.

18. Raindrops: It’s Alright
Do You Wanna Dance - The Best of Frank's Bandstand: Arc A669
Halifax NS
Herman Douglas Peterson Sr: bass singer
Eldon Thomas,
Connie Gordon
Paddy Knight
backed by
Brian Ahern: guitar
Keith Jollimore, sax
Jack Lilly, drums
Earl Fralick, keys
Jimmy White, bass
Produced by Manny Pittson, 1965

The Raindrops, which toured the Maritimes and Ontario in the 1950s and 1960s. The group was also honoured by the Black Cultural Association and African Nova Scotian Music Association. Leader Herman Peterson Sr. b. Halifax 1936 / died Jan 1, 2006. Very skimpy information about this group who, according to the info out there, had some influence over Motown. Began in the late 1940s and stuck around till the 1970s.

19. Duane Eddy: Cannonball
(Duane Eddy)
Twangy Guitar: Reo Records RLP – 602 (Canada)
Corning NY
Duane Eddy: guitar
Buddy Wheller: bass
Steve Douglas: sax
Mike Bermani and Bob Taylor: drums
Al Casey: piano
Corkey Casey: rhythm guitar
Produced by Lester Sill and Lee Hazlewood, 1959
Recorded by Jack Miller and Eddie Brackett

The Bee Side

1.   The Shadows: Shindig
(Hank Marvin / Bruce Welch)
45 single bw It’s Been A Blue Day: Columbia (UK) DB 7106
London UK
Hank Marvin: lead guitar
Bruce Welch: guitar
Jet Harris: bass
Tony Meehan: drums
Produced 1963

The Shadows were a British instrumental rock group and a Cliff Richard's backing band, with 69 UK chart singles to their credit. They were all members of various skiffle groups till they merged and got into guitar based surf music in the late 1950s. In those days star performers usually used stage names:  Brian Rankin became Hank B. Marvin, Terrence Harris became Jet Harris and Bruce Cripps became Bruce Welch. Obviously influenced – as was George Harrison – to the music of Duane Eddy.

2.   Fearing & White: Another Time Another Place
(Stephen Fearing / Andy White)
Tea & Confidences: LP Version
Victoria BC / Melbourne, Aust
Stephen Fearing: vocals, guitars
Andy White: vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin
Gary Craig: drums
Jeff Bird: harmonica

Produced by Fearing & White, 2014
Recorded by Scott Merritt at The Cottage, Guelph ON
Mixed and Mastered by John Whynot at The Palm Door, Los Angeles
Vinyl Record made at DAS Record Automat, Fitzroy Australia

Stephen Fearing and Andy Lowe met at a folk festival out in Western Canada, quite possibly in Winnipeg or Edmonton, and started doing the odd tour and record together. An extremely odd combination and yet it works fabulously.

Yep, just 1 of 3 copies in existence on ‘unmastered’ vinyl. I did a couple of things to bring out the sound a bit. It was given to me by Andy and Stephen when they guested on my program a few years ago. They made three copies at a record automat, featuring six of the songs from their CD Tea & Confidences which came out in 2014.

3.   The Rheostatics: Stolen Car
(Dave Bidini)
Double Live: DROG 041
Dave Bidini: rhythm guitar, vocals
Martin Tieli: lead guitar, piano, vocals
Tim Vesely: bass, guitar, piano, vocals
Don Kerr: vocals, drums, cello
Produced by Gary Stokes, 1997
Recorded at the Bathurst St. Theater, Toronto

A gem of an album, this two record set was recorded in various venues across Canada in the spring of 1997 when Don Kerr took over the drum duties from Dave Clark. With so many stolen cars being reported these days, it’s good to have Dave Bidini’s take on things.

4.   Green Day: Espionage
(Billie Joe Armstrong / Mike Dirnt / Tre Cool)
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me: Maverick Records CDW 47348
East Bay CA
Billie Joe Armstrong: lead vocals, guitars
Mike Dirnt: bass
Tré Cool: drums, percussion, backing vocals
Produced by Green Day, 1999
Recorded 1997

Green Day were founded in 1987. (They were originally called Sweet Children). Green Day has sold more than 75 million records worldwide. The group has been nominated for 20 Grammy awards and has won five of them. Not too bad at all!

5.   Grapes of Wrath: Time Is Here
(Hooper / Kane / Hooper / Jones)
Now And Again: Capitol Records C1-02581
Kelowna, BC
Kevin Kane: vocals, guitar
Tom Hooper: vocal, bass
Chris Hooper: drums, percussion
Vincent Jones: keys
Chuck Leavell: keys
Sneaky Pete Kleinow: pedal steel
Irwin Fisch: orchestrations
Produced by Anton Fier, 1989
Recorded by Mike Krowiak at Dreamland Studios, West Hurley NY and Grog Kill Studios, Willow, NY
Mixed by Steve RInkoff at Little Mountain Sound, Vancouver
Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Masterdisk

The Grapes of Wrath were formed in Kelowna, British Columbia, in 1983. All three founding members had been in the short-lived punk rock band The Kill Pigs. They came up with the new band name after looking at a movie guide, though nobody in the band had seen the Grapes of Wrath movie or read John Steinbeck’s book. Their 1989 album, Now and Again, produced by Anton Fier, was the band's most successful.

6.   Grievous Angels: All Night Depanneur
(Chuck Angus)
Summer Before The Storm: Jimmy Boyle Records JBRLP1220
Cobalt ON
Chuck Angus: lead vocal, guitar
Peter Jellard: fiddle, accordion, harmonica
Janet Mercier: vocals
Ian McKendry: lead guitar
Tim Hadley: bass
Nathan Mahaffy: drums
Produced by Chuck Angus, Tim Hadley and Nicolas Tjelios, 2020
Recorded and mixed by Nicolas Tjelios at Big red Button Studio, Belleville ON
Additional recording at Casa Wroxton Studio, Toronto
Mastered by Phillip Shaw Bova at Bova Lab Studio, Ottawa
Dedicated to the Memory of Dave Patterson

The latest Grievous Angel’s album, “Last Call For Cinderella” will be released at The Horseshoe on June 9.

7.   The Sadies: Another Yesterday 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
Mastered by Peter J Moore at The E Room, Toronto

8.   Duane Eddy: The Scrape
(Duane Eddy)
Dance With The Guitar Man: RCA Victor LPM 2648
Corning NY
Duane Eddy: lead guitar
Produced by Lee Hazelwood, 1962
Recorded by Tommy Strong, Al Schmitt and Jack Miller at RCA Victor’s Nashville Sound Studios

9.   Reckless Eddy: Candles In The Night
(Kim Berly)
45 single bw Lorraine: Orion Records 7402X
Calgary AB
Produced by Mel Shaw and Rich Dodson, 1974

10. Selina Martin: Euydice
(Selina Martin)
Time Spent Swimming: Selma Music SELMALP0011
Bass – Doug Friesen
Drums – Maya Postepski
Guitar, Voice, Synth, Sampler – Selina Martin
Percussion – Chendy León
Produced by Selina Martin with Alex Gamble, 2022
Mastered by Justin Gray

One of my favourite singer/songwriters – she’s quirky, original and knows how to make great records. This is from her latest album.

11. Royal Canoe: Show Me Your Eyes
(Royal Canoe)
Today We're Believers: Roll Call Records
Winnipeg Manitoba
Matt Peters: Vocals, keyboards, ac guitar
Bucky Driedger: Electric guitar, vocals
Matt Schellenberg: Keyboards, vocals
Brendan Berg: Bass, keyboard, vocals
Derek Allard: Drum kit
Michael Jordan: Electronic drums
Dan Ardies: baritone sax
Produced by Royal Canoe and John Paul Peters, 2013
Recorded and mixed by John Paul Peters, Matt Peters and Royal Canoe at Private Ear Recording and The Shithole, Winnipeg
Mastered by Joao Carvalho at Joao Carvalho Mastering, Toronto

Royal Canoe formed in 2010 merging members from different Manitoba bands: The Waking Eyes, The Liptonians and TELE.  In 2014, Royal Canoe was nominated for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards for Today We’re Believers.

12. The Byrds: Have You Seen Her Face
(Chris Hillman)
45 single bw Don’t Make Waves: Columbia: 4-43987
Los Angeles CA
Jim McGuinn: lead guitar, vocals
David Crosby: rhythm guitar, vocals
Chris Hillman: electric bass, vocals
Michael Clarke: drums
Produced by Gary Usher: 1967
Recorded at Columbia Studios, Hollywood CA

One of the first songs written by original Byrd member Chris Hillman that the band covered. This version is from a mono single – the stereo version was released on LP Younger Than Yesterday.

13. Duane Eddy: Rebel Walk
(Lee Hazelwood / Duane Eddy)
45 single: London Records – 45-HL-W. 9162
Corning NY
Produced by Lee Hazlewood, Lester Sill, 1959

14. Foxrun: Mystery News
(Timothy Chipman)
Embrace: Ariel Records: ARLP-116
Toronto, ON
James Paul Cassar bass, 1951
Peter Cassar drums, 1953
Timothy Chipman guitar, keys, vocals b. 1951
Produced by Foxrun, 1981
Recorded by G Warecki & Fred Petersen at Kinck Sound, Toronto

Ariel Records was a label owned by band members James Paul Cassar, Peter Cassar and Timothy Chipman. The Foxrun Band appears to have been a side project to their main band, Darkstar, which released two albums and six singles during the 1977-1981 period. Darkstar was a Toronto three-piece who released an independent single in 1977 called 'Holy Roller'. Their debut album was 'Into The Heartland' in 1978 on their own Ariel Records. Their sophomore release was 1980's 'Escape Routines'.

The first Foxrun Band album “You're Invited” came out 1979 and featured Margo Davidson on sax.

15. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Green, Green Grass of Home
(Curly Putman / Parody Lyrics TC Connors)
Live At The Horseshoe: Ole Anthem Legacy OLE94
Halton Hills ON
Stompin’ Tom: the foot, guitar, vocals, facials expressions
Randy MacDonald: bass
Mickey Andrews: steel, dobro, drums
Gerry Hall: electric lead guitar
Produced by Tom Connors, 1971
Recorded live at The Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto
Remastered 2018

16. (Sun Stone) Revolvers: Fire (Systolic Sun)
Apolcalypse Surfin’: Optical Sounds - 005
Sebastian Diaz-Molaro
Lavien Lee
John McKinnon
Produced by Revolvers, 2010

17. Justin Rutledge: The Old Oak
(Justin Rutledge)
East: Outside Music OUT9102
Bass: Kyle Cunjak
Drums, Percussion: Sly Juhas
Guitar, Keyboards, Horns, Voice: Daniel Ledwell
Guitar, Voice: Justin Rutledge
Pedal Steel Guitar: Asa Brosius
Piano, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer]: Steve O'Connor
Producer, Engineer, Mixed by  Daniel Ledwell, 2016
Mastered by J LaPointe at Archive Mastering, Minevill NS
Recorded at Echo Lake Studios, Echo Lake NS

Justin Rutledge b. Toronto January 3, 1979

Rutledge was born and grew up in the Junction neighbourhood in Toronto. Ever since the release of his first album in 2004 ‘No Never Alone’  he’s gone on to release 7 more. ‘East’, which was released on vinyl in 2016 is where the Old Oak is taken from. His last release, Passages, came out in 2019.

18. Bill Bruford’s Earthworks: Thud
(Iain Bellamy)
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

Original drummer of Yes (1968-72). Also well known for his playing with King Crimson. He also performed with Gong, Genesis, UK and Earthworks. Rolling Stone magazine ranked Bruford No. 16 in its list of the "100 Greatest Drummers of All Time". He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Yes in 2017.

19. Billy Dinn: Buttons In The Wind
Buttons In The Wind: The Music Takes Me Back – CCPS 2372
Welland ON
Billy Dinn: Vocal, accordion, guitar, piano
Roy Penney: guitar, 5 string banjo
Rusty Walker: steel
Brian Twaites: bass
Cam Kinglin: drums
Milo Crumb: fiddle
Dianne Pimroy Stoetzel: bg vocal
Produced by Roy Penney & Billy Dinn,  1984
Recorded by Vince Nyuli & Kirk Caseley at Rainbow Recording, Niagara Falls ON
Mastered at McClear Place, Toronto

Originally from Fortune Bay, Newfoundland.

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