#426

July 21, 2020

California 70s for the most part, or stuff that owes some feel to that. Both LA and the Bay Area are covered. Also Memphis (Jim Dickinson), New York (The Band), Brisbane (Robert Forster), plus England (The Animals, America, East Village, Beck, Bogert & Appice, Syd Barrett, Beverley, Blind Faith, Anne Briggs, Michael Chapman) – wow!- I guess a lot of England. But the sound is California. Hope you like the show.

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Part One
Artist Song Release Label
The Stills-Young Band ‎ Long May You Run Long May You Run Reprise Records
The Animals In The Wee Wee Hours Five Animals Don’t Stop No Show Rhythm & Blues Records
PP Arnold If This Were My World The Turning Tide Kundalini Music
The Association On A Quiet Night Insight Out Warner Bros. Records
America Mitchum Junction (Demo – Buzz Studios, 1972) Highlights From Heritage: Home Recordings/Demos 1970-1973 Omnivore Recordings
Robert Forster Drop Calling from a Country Phone Needle Mythology
East Village Violin Hotrod Hotel Slumberland
Beck, Bogert & Appice Sweet Sweet Surrender Beck, Bogert & Appice Epic
Albert Collins Eight Days On The Road Tumbleweed Sampler Tumbleweed Records Inc.
The Band Whispering Pines The Band Capitol Records
Syd Barrett Gigolo Aunt Barrett Harvest
Beverley Tomorrow Time Where The Good Times Are Deram
The Beau Brummels They’ll Make You Cry Introducing the Beau Brummels Rhino Records
Part Two
Artist Song Release Label
Blind Faith Do What You Like Blind Faith Atco Records
Tommy Bolin Got No Time For Trouble Energy Friday Music
Tim Buckley Sixface I Can’t See You Manifesto
Anne Briggs Sandman’s Song The Time Has Come Earth
Buffalo Springfield On The Way Home Last Time Around ATCO
J.J. Cale Everything Will Be Allright Really Shelter Records
Michael Chapman Wrecked Again Wrecked Again Light In The Attic
Cold Blood Your Good Thing Sisyphus San Francisco Records ‎
Country Joe And The Fish Susan Together Vanguard
Crazy Horse I Don’t Believe It Loose Reprise Records
Crosby, Stills & Nash Into The Darkness Daylight Again Atlantic
James Luther Dickinson Sanctified Dixie Fried Future Days Recordings ‎
Terry Dolan / Terry & The Pirates The Beginning Wind Dancer Rag Baby Records

1 thought on “#426

  1. Michael Swanson

    Caught some of that 70s Cali set…look forward to going to back for another listen! Thanks CARL!

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