With members of Sun Ra's Arkestra, also The Blues Project. / Some of the tracks on this album (not this one) were actually by 'Frankie Stein And His Ghouls' - want proof? - Click on Link above/ left, to view the original album, then scroll down to read the "Comments"
Randazzo wrote for Little Anthony & The Imperials 'Goin' Out Of Mt Head' amnd 'Hurt So Bad'; also for The Royalettes ' "It's Gonna Take a Miracle'. // Click on Link above/ left, to view the original single
Also released nationally on the Palmer (Aug 1967), Vault (Dec 1967) labels. // Click on Link above/ left, for an extended discussion which at first concerns what is the original release of the single, them goes into other areas
The Ducks (formerly known as the Jeff Blackburn Band) were a short-lived American hard rock supergroup formed in the summer of 1977 by singer-songwriter Jeff Blackburn. The band included Bob Mosley (an original member of Moby Grape),Neil Young, and Johnny Craviotto. The band played a series of impromptu bar gigs around the Santa Cruz area in 1977. The set lists were very democratic, with each member of the band taking the lead in turn. / This will be their first official release - click on the Link above, left to read about this release.
* - although released about the same time as the album, it didn't chart nationally until early August / ** - the American and Australian versions of this album contained a scratch and sniff sticker, with a strong raspberry scent. //
This was Berry's _last_ Top-40 hit for over 8 years, till 'My Ding-a-Ling', in the fall of 1972. An oddity for Berry, this featured piano and two tenor sax players (James Robinson, Leroy C. Davis), but little guitar. Click on the Link above, left, to view the original single, with a color picture sleeve (ACTUALLY - the same sleeve was used for his first four singles of 1964)
Songwriter Tom Morgan is a Sydney songwriter, long-time lead singer of Smudge, frequent collaborator with Nic Dalton in Sneeze, and writer/ co-writer of many Lemonheads songs. Click on the Link above, left to view the English single, with a picture sleeve.