33.45.78 All Vinyl Radio Show
with Steve Fruitman
September 23, 2019
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A Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Obviously
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     Hour One

1.   The Five Sounds: Peanut Butter (Bill Barnum / Martin Cooper / Cliff Goldsmith / Fred Smith) 1965 *
2.   Blondie: Eat To The Beat (Debbie Harry / Nigel Harrison) 1979
3.   Raffi: Peanut Butter Sandwich (Raffi) 1976 *
4.   Bill Connors: Crunchy (Bill Connors) 1987
5.   Tom Lehrer: She’s My Girl (T Lehrer) 1959
6.   The Fluffernutter Song
7.   Jimmy Buffett: Peanut Butter Conspiracy (Jimmy Buffett) 1973
8.   Peanut Butter Conspiracy: Living Dream  (Alan Bracket) 1967
9.   George Wade & His Cornhuskers: Devil’s Dream (Trad) 1931 *
10. The Wonderful Grand Band: Sonny’s Dream (Ron Hynes) 1978  *
11. Kensington Market: Speaking of Dreams (Luke Gibson) 1968 *
12. The Electric Prunes: I Had Too Much To Dream (Annette Tucker / Nancie Mantz) 1967
13. Pink Floyd: Julia Dream (Roger Waters) 1968
14. The Druids of Stonehenge: Pale Dream (C Hauser) 1968
15. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Streaker’s Dream (TC Connors) 1974 *
16. Bobby Curtola: Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On (Hank Locklin) 1966 *
17. Plaid: Dilatone (Plaid) 2016

Hour 2

1.   Simon & Garfunkel: Mrs. Robinson (Paul Simon) 1968
2.   Frank Sinatra: Autumn In New York (Vernon Duke) 1958
3.   Mac Beattie & Ottawa Valley Melodiers: Autumn Memories (Mac Beattie) 1970 *
4.   Willie Nelson: September Song (Maxwell Anderson / Kurt Weill) 1978
5.   The Cars: Gimme Some Slack (Ric Ocasek) 1980
6.   Magazine: Shot By Both Sides (Howard Devoto / John McGeogh) 1978
7.   Grateful Dead: Dire Wolf (Hunter / Garcia) 1970
8.   Sly & The Family Stone: Stand (Sylvester Stewart) 1969
9.   Creedence Clearwater Revival: Penthouse Pauper (John Fogerty) 1969
10. Cream: Sweet Wine (Ginger Baker / Janet Godfrey) 1966
11. Hands And Teeth: Sunset Park (Hands and Teeth) 2014 *
12. Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Run Out Of Time (Butterfield / Peterson / Dinwiddie) 1967
13. Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellas: Autumn Waltz (Trad) 1986 *

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And Now for The Particulars:

Hour One

1.   The Five Sounds: Peanut Butter (Bill Barnum / Martin Cooper / Cliff Goldsmith / Fred Smith)
45 single bw Miss Ann: Epic 10016
Halifax, NS
Keith Jollimore (Reeds)
Bruce Cassidy (Trumpet)
Ritchie Oakley (Bass)
Jim White (Guitar)
Jack S. Lilly (Drums)
Doug Billard (Vocals)
Joe Sealy (Keyboards)
Produced by Bob Morgan and Manny Kellem, 1965

The Five Sounds released two singles in 1965 and 1966 on Epic which charted on Halifax radio station CHNS (and probably recorded there). In 1968 the "Five Sounds" were the house band on CBC television's "Where It's At" (the local segment of the national series) which was hosted by Frank Cameron and produced in Halifax. Changed their name to Central Nervous System in 1968. Various players went onto to perform with Lighthouse and Peppertree.

2.   Blondie: Eat To The Beat (Debbie Harry / Nigel Harrison)
Eat To The Beat: Chrysalis Records ECH 1225
Deborah Harry: lead vocals
Clem Burke: drums
Nigel Harrison: bass
Frank Infante: guitar
Chris Stein: guitar
Randy Singer (Hennes): harmonica
Produced by Mike Chapman, 1979
Mastered by Steve Hall
Recorded at The Power Station and Electric Ladyland Studios, NYC by Dave Tickle and Peter Coleman April to June 1979

3.   Raffi: Peanut Butter Sandwich (Raffi)
Singable Songs For the Very Young: Troubadour Records TR 002
Vancouver BC
Raffi: vocals, acoustic guitar
Ken Whiteley: banjo, jew’s harp, kazoo
Bob Doidge: electric bass
Produced by Ken Whiteley, 1976

Millions of kids learned to sing this song and you’re likely one of ‘em. With Bob Doidge involved, I think the album, Raffi’s first kids’ album, was probably recorded in Hamilton at the Lanois’ Grant Avenue Studio. Doidge did the bass licks for the Red Green Show (also out of Hamilton) and was partnered up with Bob and Daniel Lanois in the Grant Avenue enterprise.

4.   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 Creg Calbi at Sterling Sound NYC

It’s either a chocolate candy bar called a Crunchy or it’s crunchy peanut butter. I tend to believe the latter. I was given three excellent Bill Connors records from my friend John McCann who died last month. So this is to him!

5.   Tom Lehrer: She’s My Girl (T Lehrer)
More Of Tom Lehrer: Lehrer Records TL 102
Cambridge, Mass
Tom Lehrer: vocal, piano
Produced by Tom Lehrer, 1959

Thomas Andrew Lehrer born NYC April 9, 1928

Began studying classical piano at the age of seven. Considered a child prodigy and entered Harvard College at the age of 15. As a mathematics undergraduate student at Harvard College, he began to write comic songs to entertain his friends. Lehrer often quoted a friend's explanation: "Always predict the worst and you'll be hailed as a prophet.

6.   The Fluffernutter Song
Taken from YouTube and fixed up by me

7.   Jimmy Buffett: Peanut Butter Conspiracy (Jimmy Buffett)
A White Sports Coat and A Pink Crustacean: ABC Records 9023 50150
Mobile Alabama
Jimmy Buffett: rhythm guitar, vocals
Reggie Yung: lead guitar
Doyle Gresham: steel
Ed Williams: bass
Mike Utley: piano
Greg Taylor: harmonica
Sammy Creason: drums
Phil Royster: congas
Shane Keester: moog
Vassar Clements: fiddle
Ferrell Morris: percussion
Marvin Gardens: maracas and beer cans
Produced by Don Gant, 1973
Recorded at Glaser Sound, Nashville by Lee Hazen

James William Buffett III b. Pascagoula, Mississippi Dec 25, 1946

Well Jimmy Buffett was struggling back in the early 70s but scored a massive hit with Margaritaville in 1977 and never looked back. His fans are called Parrotheads and he’s made tons of money so… did he ever pay the Mini-Mart back?

8.   Peanut Butter Conspiracy: Living Dream (Alan Bracket)
The Great Conspiracy: Columbia Records CS 9590
Los Angeles
Barbara Robinson: vocals, percussion
Alan Bracket: bass
Lance Fent: lead guitar
John Merrill: rhythm
Jim Voight: drums
James Burton: guitar
Glen Campbell: guitar
Produced by Gary Usher, 1967

To dream with peanut butter or the devil, that is the question we are asking here. So let’s dream a little bit. Barbara Robinson’s dreamy lead vocals really remind me of how Margo Timmins sings in the Cowboy Junkies.

9.   George Wade & His Cornhuskers: Devil’s Dream (Trad)
78 rpm disc: RCA Victor 216571-A
Toronto ON
Jean Carignan: lead fiddle
Bill, Francis, Laury Cormier, Bill Martin, Ted Steven, and Johnny Bentley: back up fiddles
Johnny Burt: piano
'Doc' Boyd: banjo
Tony Mont: guitar
Cecil McEachern: bass
Produced by RCA Victor, 1933
Taped by Graham Townsend from his old 78s, 1996
Re-mastered by Steve Fruitman

George Wade (b Manitoba 1895 / d Toronto 23 Jan 1975)

This is one of 26 sides of music recorded by the Corn Huskers in the early 1930s. I was given a cassette of the original 78s by Canadian fiddle virtuoso, Graham Townsend who had ‘em all. This is a well known reel performed mostly in Quebec and features the youngest (at the time), Jean Carignan. They were the first country band to perform live in the fledgling CRBC (soon to be the Canadian Broadcast Corporation).

10. The Wonderful Grand Band: Sonny’s Dream (Ron Hynes)
The Wonderful Grand Band: Quay Records CS 014
St. John’s NL
Glenn Simmons:  vocals, guitar
Ron Hynes, vocals, acoustic guitar, mandolin, banjo
Kelly Russell: fiddle, mandolin, dulcimer
Rocky Wiseman: drums
Bawnie Oulton: vocal harmony
Sandy Morris, guitars, bg vocal
Bryan Hennessey: bass
Produced by WGB, 1978
Recorded and mixed by Neil Bishop and Claude Caines at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville NL

Ron Hynes (b. St. John’s December 7, 1950 / d. St. John’s November 19, 2015) (64)

The WGB produced two albums (this was their second) and both contained recordings of this popular song. Originally written and demoed by Ron Hynes when he was in Toronto in 1976, it has become one of Canada’s great folk songs. The song has been covered and recorded countless times by the likes of Great Big Sea, Christy Moore, Emmylou Harris, Stan Rogers, Valdy, Allison Crowe, and Jean Redpath. There was even a Portuguese version of the song, thinking it was “Sunny’s Dream” so that got the translation a little weird.

11. Kensington Market: Speaking of Dreams (Luke Gibson)
45 Single: Warner Brothers 7221
Toronto ON
Keith McKie - vocals, Rhythm Guitar
Alex Darou - Bass Guitar
Jimmy Watson - Drums, Percussion
Eugene Martynec - Lead Guitar
Luke Gibson – vocals, guitar
John Mills-Cockell Moog Synthesizer
Produced by Felix Pappalardi, 1968
Recorded by Steve Schafer at Century Sound Studio, NYC

Felix Pappalardi was a legendary recording studio wiz working for Elektra Records but was asked to produce two great, ground-breaking albums by Toronto folk-rock band Kensington Market. This is the 45 single version of it but it also appeared, in stereo, on their Avenue Road album, also 1968. It also features John Mills-Cockell on the Moog, most likely the first one ever owned by a Canadian.

12. The Electric Prunes: I Had Too Much To Dream (Annette Tucker / Nancie Mantz)
I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night): Reprise Records R 6248
Los Angeles CA
James Lowe: lead vocals, autoharp, rhythm guitar, tambourine
Ken Williams: lead guitar
James Spagnola: rhythm guitar, vocals
Mark Tulin: bass, piano, organ
Preston Ritter: drums
Produced by Dave Hassinger, 1967
Recorded by Richard Polodor at American Recording Co., Power House, North Hollywood

Songwriter Annette Tucker hired the band to play at a party she threw for her husband which lead to the Prunes covering several of her songs. This was the band’s first real hit song and features a great fuzz tone guitar and what sounds to be slap-back contrived tremolo and reverb that Sam Phillips pioneered out of necessity back in the 1950s.

13. Pink Floyd: Julia Dream (Roger Waters)
Masters of Rock: EMI Pathe Marconi C062-04299
London UK
David Gilmore: acoustic guitar, slide guitar, double-tracked lead vocals
Roger Waters: bass, bg vocals
Rick Wright: mellotron, organs, bg vocals
Nick Mason: temple blocks, wood block, tubular bells
Produced by Norman Smith, 1968
French compilation album produced, 1974

This song was the B side to the PF single ‘It would Be So Nice’ released April 1968. It also appeared on the compilation album Relics. As Dave Gilmore’s slide guitar ending suggests, the band were still in Syd Barrett mode when they recorded this three months after sacking their one-time visionary and leader.

14. The Druids of Stonehenge: Pale Dream (C Hauser)
Creation: Uni Records 3004
Tom Paine: bass
Steven Tindall: drums, keys
Billy Tracy: guitar
Carl Hauser: lead guitar, harpsichord, vocals
David Budge: lead vocals
Produced by Jerry Goldstein, 1968
Recorded by Ami Hadami and Neil Cepos

Just one real album by this NYC based band who were right in there with their psychedelic sound well established. A bit Jagger-esque with an R&B base to a lot of their songs adds to the completeness of this band who never set foot in the UK.

15. Stompin’ Tom Connors: Streaker’s Dream (TC Connors)
Stompin' Tom Meets Muk Tuk Annie: Boot Records BOS 7146
Halton Hills, ON
Tom Connors: guitar, vocal, stompin’ board
Bill Lewis: lead guitar
Gary Empey: bass
Produced by Dr Tom Connors, 1974

Tom Connors b. Saint John NB Feb 9, 1936 / d. Halton Hills ON March 6, 2013 (77)

Who knows what Tom was thinking about when he wrote this one. In fact, maybe we don’t wanna know!?

16. Bobby Curtola: Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On (Hank Locklin)
12 Golden Hits: Tartan Records  LPT 107
Thunder Bay, ON
Bobby Curtola: vocals
Produced by Bill Porter, 1966

Robert Allen Curtola b. Port Arthur ON (Thunder Bay) April 17, 1943 / d. June 4, 2016 Edmonton AB (73)

Finally getting the recognition that he always deserved, Bobby Curtola is joining The Cowboy Junkies, Andy Kim and Chilliwack in the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame in a ceremony taking place October 27. He joins the ranks with Joni Mitchell, Sarah McLauchlan, Cory Heart, Ann Murray, The Guess Who, Rush, Shania Twain, Leonard Cohen and Oscar Peterson, to name just a few!

Send Me The Pillow That Your Dream On was originally a country and western song written by Hank Locklin. Locklin first released the song in 78-disc Star 1360 in September 1949, but it didn't hit the charts. He re-released it in December 1957 and it peaked at No. 5 on Billboard's Hot 100. That’s when the song came to the attention of others.  Dean Martin had a massive crossover hit with it as did Johnny Tillotson. Others who recorded it were Jerry Lee Lewis, Connie Francis, Dolly Parton, The Everly Brothers, Loretta Lynn, Pat Boone, Roy Rogers, Willie Nelson and Hank Snow. In his career, Curtola sold over 2.5 million records. He was also the first Canadian artist to sign a multi-million dollar contact to perform in Las Vegas. He was also instrumental in helping to establish Canadian Content regs for Canadian broadcasters.

Opened Canadian dates for the Dave Clark Five 1964
Member of the Order of Canada 1998
Italian Walk Of Fame, Toronto 2011
Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame 2019

17. Plaid: Dilatone (Plaid)
The Digging Remedy: Warp Records - LP277B
London UK
Andy Turner and Ed Handley: electronics
Benet Walsh: flute, guitar
Produced by Plaid 2016
Mastered by Noel Summerville

Hour 2

1.   Simon & Garfunkel: Mrs. Robinson (Paul Simon)
Greatest Hits: Columbia Records KC 31350
Paul Simon: guitars, vocals
Art Garfunkel: vocals, percussion
Hal Blaine: drums, congas
Larry Knechtel: bass
Produced by Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel and Roy Halee
Recorded Feb 2, 1968 at Columbia Studio B&E, NYC

Mrs Robinson won two Grammy Awards in 1969 for Record of the Year and Best Contemporary Pop Performance by a Duo or Group. The song appeared in The Graduate, Dustin Hoffman’s first major film appearance. It was included on the soundtrack as well as being released on Simon & Garfunkel’s 1968 Bookends album. The single release went to number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

2.   Frank Sinatra: Autumn In New York (Vernon Duke)
Come Fly With Me: Capitol Records W 920
Hoboken NJ
Frank Sinatra: vocal
Billy May and His Orchestra:
Si Zentner, Murray McEachern, Joe Howard (trombones)
Vincent DeRosa (french horn)
J.H. Washbume (tuba)
Verlye Mills (harp)
Bill Miller (piano)
Al Hendrickson (guitar)
Joe Mondragon (bass)
Alvin Stoller (drums)
Skeets Herfurt, Willie Schwartz, Jules Kinsler, Jules Jacob, Fred Falensby (wwd)
Felix Slatkin, Paul Shure, Mischa Russell, Marshall Sosson, Harold Dicterow, Dan Lube, Alex Murray, David Frisina, Lou Raderman, Jacques Gasselin, Gerald Vinci, Paul Nero (violins)
David Sterkin, Paul Robyn, Alvin Dinkin, Alex Neiman (viola)
Eleanor Slatkin, Edgar Lustgarten, Ray Kramer, Armand Kaproff (vie)
Produced by Voyle Gilmore, 1958
Recorded October, 1957, Capitol Records Studio A, Hollywood CA

It’s officially autumn now so here are a few Autumn Memories

3.   Mac Beattie & Ottawa Valley Melodiers: Autumn Memories (Mac Beattie)
Mr. Ottawa Valley: Banff Rodeo RBS 5333
Arnprior ON
Reg Hill: fiddle
Mac Beattie: vocal, drums
Gaetan Fairfield: guitar
Jim Mayhew: piano
Gordon Summers: lead guitar
George Courschesne: bass
Produced by Ralph Carlson 1970
Recorded at Carlsound Studios, Ottawa

John McNab Beattie b Arnprior, ON, 21 Dec 1916 / d 14 Jun 1982 (65)

This Autumn day has gone its way
And faded much too soon
But you and I have touched the sky
This lovely afternoon

4.   Willie Nelson: September Song (Maxwell Anderson / Kurt Weill)
Stardust: Columbia Records – PC 35305
Abbott TX
Willie Nelson: vocal, guitar
Bobbie Nelson: piano
Paul English: drums
Rex Ludwig: drums
Jody Payne: guitar
Bee Spears: bass
Chris Ethridge: bass
Mickey Raphael: harmonica
Booker T Jones: organ, piano
Produced by Booker T Jones, 1978
Recorded by Bradley Hartman & Donavan Cowart in The Enactron Truck

b. April 29, 1933 (age 84)

When the autumn weather turns the leaves to flame
One hasn't got time for the waiting game

The arrangements were impeccable. The performances transcendent. The Stardust album was on the Billboard's Country Album charts for ten years from its release until 1988.

RIP Ric Ocasek

5.   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.

2018 Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame with The Cars

6.   Magazine: Shot By Both Sides (Howard Devoto / John McGeogh)
Real Life: Virgin Records V 2100
Manchester UK
Howard Devoto: vocals
Barry Adamson: bass
Dave Formula: keys
Martin Jackson: drums
John McGeogh: guitar, sax
Produced by John Leckie, 1978
Recorded by John Leckie at Virgin Mobile and Abby Road Studios, London

They were active between 1977 and 1981.
Formed by Howard Devoto after leaving the punk band Buzzcocks in early 1977.

7.   Grateful Dead: Dire Wolf (Hunter / Garcia)
Workingmans Dead: Warner Brothers 1869
San Francisco CA
Jerry Garcia: banjo, vocals
Bob Weir: guitar, vocals
Pigpen (Ron McKernan): harmonica, vocals
Phil Lesh: bass, vocals
Bill Kreutzmann: drums, percussion
Mickey Hart: drums, percussion
Produced by Bob Matthews, Betty Cantor, Grateful Dead, 1970
Recorded by Alembic at Pacific High Recording Studio, San Francisco

For the band’s fourth LP, they decided to go back to their roots, bringing country, bluegrass and blues into the mix with a more acoustic sound.

According to the 1992 Dead oral history, Aces Back to Back, in the summer of 1968, Stephen Stills vacationed at Mickey Hart's ranch in Novato. "Stills lived with me for three months around the time of CSN's first record", recalls Hart, "and he and David Crosby really turned Jerry and Bobby onto the voice as the holy instrument. You know, 'Hey, is this what a voice can do?' That turned us away from pure improvisation and more toward songs."

Garcia commented that much of the sound of the album comes both from his pairing with Hunter, as well as the band's friendship with Crosby, Stills and Nash: "Hearing those guys sing and how nice they sounded together, we thought, 'We can try that. Let's work on it a little'."

Readers of Rolling Stone voted Workingman's Dead the best album of 1970, followed by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's Déjà Vu and Van Morrison's Moondance,

8.   Sly & The Family Stone: Stand (Sylvester Stewart)
Greatest Hits: Epic Records AL 30325
San Francisco CA
Sly Stone: vocals, keys, guitars, harmonica, vocoder
Rose Stone: vocals, keys
Freddie Stone: vocals, guitar
Larry Graham: vocals, bass
Greg Errico: drums
Cynthia Robinson: trumpet
Jerry Martini: sax
Vet Stone, Mary McCreary, Elva Mouton (Little Sister): bg vocals
Produced by Sly Stone, 1969
Recorded by Don Puluse, Brian Ross-Myring and Phil Macey at Pacific High Recording, San Francisco

Sylvester Stewart b. Denton TX Mar 15, 1943

9.   Creedence Clearwater Revival: Penthouse Pauper (John Fogerty)
Bayou Country: Fantasy Records 8387
San Francisco CA
Doug Clifford, bass
Stu Cook, drums
John Fogerty, acoustic guitar, electric guitar (Gibson ES-175), vocals
Tom Fogerty, guitar
Produced by John Fogerty, 1969
Recorded by Russ Gary at RCA Studios in Los Angeles in October 1968

Creedence launched 3 new albums on us in busy 1969: Bayou Country, Green River and Willy and the Poorboys.

10. Cream: Sweet Wine (Ginger Baker / Janet Godfrey)
Fresh Cream:  Polydor CP 594 001
London UK
Ginger Baker, drums
Jack Bruce, bass
Eric Clapton, guitar
Produced by Robert Stigwood, 1966
Recorded at Rayrik Studios and Ryemuse Studios, London by John Timperley
Released December 9, 1966

Felix Pappalardi b. Bronx NY Dec 30, 1939 / d. Apr 17, 1983 NYC (43)

Pappalardi first got into the music biz working for Elektra Records as a producer and worked with folk rock acts such as The Youngbloods.

Felix Pappalardi, who produced Kensington Market, was the Producer for Creams next album, Disraeli Gears (1967). He and his wife, Gail Collins, wrote the hit song Strange Brew with Eric Clapton which appeared on Disraeli Gears. He went on to produce Cream’s next two albums, Wheels of Fire and Goodbye. He worked with David Rae, The Flock, Dead Boys, Hot Tuna and others. Played bass on recordings by Buffy Sainte-Marie and Ian and Sylvia. Pappalardi also played bass for Leslie West’s band Mountain.

Pappalardi was shot and killed by his wife Gail Collins in 1983.

11. Hands And Teeth: Sunset Park (Hands and Teeth)
Before The Light EP: Underground Operations - UOP J-44
Toronto ON
Kevin Black: guitar, vocals, autoharp
Adam Kolubinski: drums
Derek Monson: bass, vocals, electronic drums
Natasha Pasternak: vocals, guitar, synths
Produced by Hands And Teeth with Carlin Nicholson & Mike O'Brien, 2014
Recorded by Carlin Nicholson & Mike O'Brien at Ill Eagle Studio, Toronto
Mixed by Carlin Nicholson at the Cracker Pit
Mastered by Noah Mintz at Lacquer Channel, Toronto

Toronto band that I featured on my program June 9, 2014 when they released their vinyl EP. They broke up shortly afterwards. Natasha Pasternak is the daughter of singer / songwriter / music producer Suzanne Pasternak and grew up in Prince Edward County, Ontario.

12. Paul Butterfield Blues Band: Run Out Of Time (Butterfield / Peterson / Dinwiddie)
The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw: Elektra EKS 74015
Chicago, IL
Paul Butterfield: Harmonica, vocal
Elvin Bishop: guitar
Mark Naftalin: keys
Bugsy Maugh: bass
Gene Dinwiddie: tenor sax
Dave Sanborne: alto sax
Keith Johnson: trumpet
Produced by John Court, 1967

Paul Vaughn Butterfield b. Chicago December 17, 1942 / d. North Hollywood  CA May 4, 1987 (44)

While still recording and performing, Butterfield died in 1987 at age 44 of a heroin overdose.
In 2006, he was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame. Butterfield and the early members of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.

Elvin Richard Bishop (born Glendale, Ca October 21, 1942)

In 1963 Bishop met harmonica player Paul Butterfield in the neighborhood of Hyde Park and joined Butterfield's blues band, and remained with them for five years.

13. Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellas: Autumn Waltz (Trad)
Makin For the Harbour, World Records WRC1-4525. 1985
Gander NL
Ray Johnson: accordion
Kevin Blackmore: mandolin
Wayne Chaulk: guitar
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers, 1986
Recorded. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming.
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander

Not to be confused with Tony Bennett’s 1956 hit song of the same name.

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