Lots O' Requests Blues, Psychobilly, Bluegrass, Country...we have something of everything // Additional discographical, biographical information was added by Lawrence Azrin, check out the links at your leisure.
BED:Music Played Whilst Talking
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Hannah Read [Billed as 'Hannah Read & Michael Starkey']
OTHER ARTISTS involved besides Les Paul: Keith Richard, Jeff Beck, Buddy Guy, Steve Miller, Rick Derringer, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton ... / Click the Link above, left to view the CD - PLEASE read the liner notes by Steve Miller, you'll be glad you did.
Recorded at Chess Studios in Chicago in June 1964, with Ian Stewart on piano. / * - as the B-side of the classic 'Johnny B. Goode' // Click the Link above, left to view the original Engtlish EP, with a picture sleeve.
Originally written for Buffalo NY DJ Tom Shannon's weekend radio show, in a vocal verrsion. A local band, the Buffalo Rebels, who asked Shannon to play at a record hop, also asked if they could play an instrumental-only version of his theme song. / Reissued on the Swan label in Nov 1962, and became a hit. / // Click the Link above, left to view the original local releaase of the single.
* - This was first released, in a different version than the familiar one on the 'Let It Be' album, on the English comp 'No One's Gonna Change Our World', Jan 1969 // FORMER WMBR DJ Joan Hathaway: "More stellar playing from the master of the telecaster (and other axes), Duke Levine. Never disappoints."
Dallas Good of the Toronto group The Sadies died February 17, 2022 at age 48. // This album won the top prize in Exclaim! Magazine's 2010 "Folk & Country Year in Review". / Click on the Link above, left to view the CD
Pioneering female Country singer: '... a hard-living, feisty and opinionated woman - musically and physically aggressive onstage and off. She wore men's slacks and cowboy shirts. She leapt from stage amplifiers. She sang while lying down. ..." // Click the Link above, left to view the original single
This Scottish/ Irish folk song is also known as 'Purple Heather', or 'Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?'. There have been many versions since 1958, but probably best known by Judy Collins (1961) and The Byrds (July 1966, the 'Fifth Dimension' LP)
From Chicago, Illinois / The front cover of his third album was born from a logo on a decades-old ashtray he found in a corner nook at "Nashville’s Sound Emporium", while tracking his previous record. // Click the Link above, left to view that cover.