Kendra Steiner Editions (Bill Shute)

May 24, 2021

Three new books for Summer/Fall 2021!

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Very proud to announce that I’ll have THREE new books coming out in the second half of 2021.

First, JUNK SCULPTURE FROM THE NEW GILDED AGE: SELECTED POEMS, 2005-2017, coming from Moloko Print in Germany. The final proofs have been approved and it’s going to press soon and should be expected in July-August. This is a collection of long out-of-print pieces from old KSE chapbooks and elsewhere, none of which have been reprinted since, and it opens with “Lament For The Living,” my re-imagining of the final days of Chet Baker, and includes a wide variety of pieces including a blank verse Petrarchan sonnet from my collection SONNETS FOR BILL DOGGETT, and a number of poems I used to perform in the 2008-2013 period when I’d do multiple readings each year in different cities, along with the complete OBJECTLESS (for Kazimir Malevich), from 2007, which uses no nouns or pronouns, in my attempt to contrive a “no things” poetic equivalent to Malevich’s painting, a work that I’m very happy to see getting a second life. All have been reformatted (as an open-field poet, I compose by the page) for this unique volume. As I’ve moved on to exclusively long-form book-length poems since 2016, re-acquainting myself with these pieces is like looking at old adolescent pictures…it’s me, but I’ve changed since then. Moloko commissioned this book back in 2018 and has done a fine job—-I hope these older pieces find a new audience and thus new life.

Second, coming from Bear Manor Media in the late Summer/early Fall, the new collection of Ed Wood’s early 70s non-fiction articles for adult magazines, WHEN THE TOPIC IS SEX, compiled and edited by Bob Blackburn, for which I provided a critical introduction that is informative and that contextualizes these works within the overall body of Wood’s work and within the tradition of pulp magazine writing. This volume comes on the heels of the two previous volumes of Wood’s magazine fiction–Blood Spatters Quickly and Angora Fever–put together by Mr. Blackburn, who is one half of the estate of Kathleen O’Hara Wood (EW’s widow) and a true friend to Ed Wood’s memory and legacy. This book is sure to attract a lot of attention, is an exciting read, and will add a significant chunk to EW’s available writings. It was an honor to be involved with this book and I look forward to its release and reception.

Murillo: The Self-Portraits

Third, now edited and formatted and also off to the printers is my new poetry book, from KSE, TWO SELF-PORTRAITS (AFTER MURILLO), which is in the diptych format used in my previous book COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES, and is a forty-six page work inspired by the two surviving self-portraits from the Spanish Baroque painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. That should be available for online purchase by August (I hope), and I’ll write about it more when it’s about to be released. Until then, why not grab a copy of COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES now–it’s a work I’m quite proud of and you can order it today for only $8.95. Here’s the link:

As always, thanks for your interest over the years/decades in my various projects. Since the first issue of my Inner Mystique ‘zine came out circa 1981, some of you have now been onboard this train of mine for nearly 40 years (and I’ve been a contributor to UGLY THINGS magazine for over 35 years !).

To close (I’ll be heading over to Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico, soon for the start of the horse-racing season, our first live racing in two years), here is the author bio that Moloko Print is using for JUNK SCULPTURE FROM THE NEW GILDED AGE:

Working out of San Antonio,
Texas, Bill Shute (born 1958) has
published thirteen books and over
one hundred chapbooks of open-field
poetry, assemblages of particulars
from an increasingly beaten-down
and militarized American South and
Southwest. He has recorded poetry and-music collaborations with a
number of experimental and
free-jazz artists, including
Alfred 23 Harth, and since 2006 he
has operated the South Texas-based
small label and press Kendra
Steiner Editions. Shute has also
written extensively about music
since the 1970s and has been
a contributor for Ugly Things
magazine for 35 years. In 2012
he assembled the band for and
produced an acclaimed Austin
concert by legendary outsider
musician Jandek. Most recently
he issued the book-length poem
Complementary Angles and provided
the critical introduction for
a new collection of filmmaker
Edward D. Wood Jr.’s early 1970s
non-fiction writings, When The
Topic Is Sex (Bear Manor Media).
He can be found at

June 22, 2021

Rusty Bryant, ‘Fire Eater’ (Prestige Records LP, 1971)

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Drums – Idris Muhammad
Engineer – Rudy Van Gelder
Guitar – Wilbert Longmire
Organ – Bill Mason (tracks: 1, 2), Leon Spencer* (tracks: 3, 4)
Supervised By – Bob Porter
Tenor Saxophone – Rusty Bryant

1 Fire Eater 9:34
2 Free At Last 8:34
3 The Hooker 9:29
4 Mister S. 7:37


June 20, 2021

Chet Baker, ‘Swings Pretty’ (Sunset Records 1967 comp of earlier Pacific Jazz material)

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You can’t go wrong with Chet Baker’s many Pacific Jazz sessions, so a somewhat random comp of that material, mixing vocal and instrumental tracks, is an excellent way to highlight that rich catalogue. Liberty’s SUNSET budget label had a number of excellent compilations (a Ventures one was the first Ventures album I owned) from the library of Imperial/Liberty/Pacific Jazz and related labels, and I picked this up for a dollar before I ever had any of the original albums from which this material came. Nothing new here, but if you are not that knowledgeable about Chet Baker’s body of work, this is a fine starting point, and although I know this material well, I played this while working today and found it a wonderful selection and the programming gave it a new freshness. Enjoy. Thank you, Chet and crew(s).


CHET BAKER, vocals & trumpet

A1, A2, B1, B3, B4:
Carson Smith (b), Bob Neel (d),
Los Angeles, February 15, 1954.

B2 :
Joe Mondragon (b), Shelly Manne (d).
Los Angeles, October 27, 1953.

A3, A4, B5
Carson Smith (b), Larry Bunker (d).
Los Angeles, July 30, 1953.

Bob Whitlock (b), Bobby White (d).
Los Angeles, April 17, 1953.






June 18, 2021

SAM GROOM for American Motors (1980)

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and for the serious Sam Groom fans out there…..

June 16, 2021

Sweet Floral Albion (Past & Present Records, CD comp)

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The Universals (2) Green Veined Orchids
–Made In Sheffield Amelia Jane
–Sir Henry & His Butlers Pretty Style
–Zoot (2) Little Roland Lost
–The Easybeats Peculiar Hole In The Sky
–Nirvana (2) Oh! What A Performance
–The Uglies* Mary Cilento
–Normie Rowe Sunshine Secret
–Simple Image* Spinning, Spinning, Spinning
–Kevin Ayers The Clarietta Rag
–Pentad Don’t Throw It All Away
–Eyes Of Blue Never Care
–Bee Gees Deeply, Deeply, Deeply Me
–Dennis Couldry* & Smile (9) Tea & Toast, Mr Watson
–The Sweet Mr. McGallagher
–The Sweet It’s Lonely Out There
–Pasha (4) Pussy Willow Dragon
–Dave Clark Five* Lost In His Dreams
–Fat Mattress Walking Through A Garden
–Fruit Machine* Cuddly Toy
–The Rokes Hold My Hand
–The Rokes When The Wind Arises
–Gun* Take Off


June 14, 2021

GOSPEL OAK (1970 LP, Kapp Records)

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  1. Brown Haired Girl (John Rapp) – 3:34
  2. Common Expressions (John Rapp) – 3:17
  3. Recollections Of Jessica (Tim Hovey, Bob Le Gate) – 3:05
  4. Big Fat White Man (Tim Hovey, Bob Le Gate) – 2:35
  5. South Bleach (Instrumental) (Bob Le Gate, Kerry Gaines, Matthew Kelly) – 2:36
  6. Why We Came (Kerry Gaines, John Rapp) – 2:57
  7. Go Talk To Rachel (John Rapp) – 4:07
  8. O.K. Sam (Tim Hovey, Bob Le Gate) – 3:25
  9. St. Anne’s Pretension (Kerry Gaines, John Rapp) – 4:39

Gospel Oak
*Kerry Gaines – Drums, Percussion
*Matthew Kelly – Harmonica, Guitar
*Bob Le Gate – Lead Guitar, Vocals
*John Rapp – Vocals, Bass, Rhythm Guitar
*Cliff Hall – Keyboards
*Gordon Huntley – Pedal Steel Guitar

Having an album on Kapp Records circa 1970 was not the best career move in terms of either industry clout or hipness, though there were some fine albums released on that Decca/MCA subsidiary. I vaguely remember hearing something from this album late at night on Denver’s KFML or maybe a Boulder station back in the day. The band consisted of Matthew Kelly, a respected West Coast blues harmonica player and member of the band Horses who recorded an album in 1969, with 3 British musicians, after Kelly relocated to the UK. It’s the perfect mix of roots/country-rock and blues. When I found my copy buried in the garage a few months ago and played it for the first time in maybe 20 years, my strange reaction was “this album could have been produced by Chris Hillman”….interpret that as you wish.

Somehow the mix of these rootsy Brits with an American who was knee-deep in the blues really worked. This has been reissued a few times in the last 20 years and is highly recommended….see what you think. Pour yourself some rye with a splash of rainwater and put it on after midnight. Thanks to GOSPEL OAK for a timeless piece of work that really transcends genre. As I get older and life flows on, albums like GOSPEL OAK offer up even more riches with each passing year.


June 12, 2021

Wayne Talbert, ‘Lord Have Mercy on My Funky Soul’ (1969 LP, Pulsar Records)

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arranged by Harold Battiste

great horn section including Plas Johnson and Curtis Amy

Paul Humphrey on drums

Talbert sings and plays keyboards

This is his second of three LP’s. My first impression when I first heard this album 20 or 30 years ago was “Doug Sahm would love this.” Doug always appreciated a full horn section, and you’ve got that in full force here. I posted Wayne’s first album here a while back….

I Put A Spell On You 3:31
She Put The Hurt On Me 2:20
Trouble 2:40
Take Another Look 2:10
Mr. Barley Corn 2:17
I Found A Little Girl 2:42
Don’t You Know Little Girl 3:19
Gettin Married Soon 2:45
Life’s Windows 2:46
Crankiola Narcissis Buds 5:00


June 10, 2021

Freakout USA (Sidewalk Records LP, 1967)

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The Aftermath – Freakout U.S.A.

The Hands of Time – Psychotic Reaction

Moms Boys – Yellow Pill

International Theatre Foundation – Poison in my Body

The Glass Family – I’m Losing It

Moms Boys – Up and Down

The Mugwumps – Season of the Witch

Everybodys Children – Number 1 Lover

The Jesters – Don’t Try to Crawl Back

The Hands of Time–I Like The Way You Freak Out


June 8, 2021

Jimmy Reed, ‘Down in Virginia’ (1969 Bluesway LP)

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Jimmy Reed’s post-Vee Jay records are probably not the best way to discover this great artist, a man responsible for creating an entire genre of the blues himself, but then, as with Lightnin’ Hopkins, all of his work is of a piece, and perhaps it’s like cutting a slice off of a pig that’s been roasted on a spit at some outdoor pig-roast party. It might be better the cut a slice off of some parts of the hog than of other parts, but it’s the same pig, and it’s all going to be good. So why not start here….with this later album. It’s a prime slice of Jimmy Reed and while it’s not as classic and focused on creating jukebox-friendly singles as the Vee Jay material, it’s pure Reed and I enjoy it and its mellow vibe. If you’ve just listened to a compilation of his Vee Jay hits, this will sound diffuse, unoriginal, and tossed-off….but like anyone working in a well-defined style, you either want another dose of Reed or you don’t. I do. I’ve spoken with people who saw Reed and met him during the late 60’s/early 70’s period, and the man had a number of health issues, so I’m glad we have what we do. Just because the last can of Colt 45 Malt Liquor tastes exactly like the next one doesn’t mean that I do not want another. In fact, that would be a good beverage to enjoy this album by.

All compositions credited to Al Smith except where noted

“Sugar, Sugar Woman” (Al Smith, O. D. Robinson) – 2:35
“Don’t Light My Fire” – 2:35
“Slow Walking Mama” (Al Smith, Louis Smith) – 2:40
“Jump and Shout” (Mary Lee Reed) – 2:30
“Down In Virginia” (Mary Lee Reed) – 2:35
“Check Yourself” (Mary Lee Reed) – 2:35
“I Shot an Arrow to the Sky” (Mary Lee Reed) – 2:37
“Ghetto Woman Blues” – 2:25
“Big Boss Lady” – 2:32
“I Need You So” (Mary Lee Reed) – 2:40
“The Judge Should Know” (Al Smith, Louis Smith) – 2:45

Jimmy Reed – guitar, vocals, harmonica
Wayne Bennett – guitar
Eddie Taylor – guitar, bass
Phil Upchurch – bass
Al Duncan – drums

June 6, 2021

A. B. SKHY, ‘Ramblin’ On’ (1970 LP, MGM Records, produced by Kim Fowley)

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A1 Gotta Be Free 2:33
A2 My Baby’s Quit Me 3:50
A3 Pearl 1:38
A4 Lady In The Dark 4:23
A5 Hope For The Future 3:10
B1 Sweet Mother Earth 3:57
B2 Groovin’ 3:30
B3 Trackin’ Shoes 4:28
B4 I’m Walkin’ 2:40
B5 Gazebo 5:56

This is an album I’ve owned since the 1970’s, when I picked it up for a dollar or two used because it was produced by Kim Fowley. AB SKHY can be found on many 1960’s West Coast show flyers and posters. Originally a blues band from Milwaukee, they came out to San Francisco and built up a following through their live shows. Both of their MGM albums are well worth picking up for the fan of late 60’s blues-rock bands. They’d extended a bit from their blues roots by the time of this second LP, but they never forgot them, giving their music a strong and honest foundation. No wonder I’ve kept the album all these years and still play it a few times each year. If you have not heard it, now’s your chance.

I wish I’d had the chance to ask Kim Fowley about them during the 3 or 4 conversations I had with him in the 1980’s—-I’m sure he could have “summed them up” in a few pithy phrases that would have been quite insightful.

June 4, 2021

BD, Live in Pittsburgh, 6 Feb 1966

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Bob Dylan – Visions of Johanna (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan- Love Minus Zero/No Limit (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan- Like a Rolling Stone (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan- Positively 4th Street (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan- Mr. Tambourine Man (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan – She Belongs To Me (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan – To Ramona (Live Pittsburgh 1966)


Bob Dylan – Desolation Row [Incomplete] (Live Pittsburgh 1966)

June 2, 2021

Ted Curson Quintet, ‘Live At La Tête De L’Art’ (1962)

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Trans World Records (Canada)

Recorded 15th September, 1962 at La Tête de L’Art, Montreal, Canada

Ted Curson – Trumpet, Pocket Trumpet
Al Doctor – Alto Saxophone
Maury Kaye – Piano
Charlie Biddles – Bass
Charlie Duncan – Drums

A1. Cracklin’ Bread {Ted Curson} 0:00​
A2. Ted’s Tempo {Ted Curson} 7:58​
A3. Playhouse March {Ted Curson} 15:42​
B1. Straight Ice {Ted Curson} 22:38​
B2. Quicksand {Ted Curson} 35:12​


May 31, 2021

HAROLD LAND, ‘Xocia’s Dance’ (Muse Records LP, 1981)

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A1 Dark Mood 0:00​
A2 Daisy Forever 8:17​
A3 Xocia’s Dance (Sue-sha’s Dance) 17:37​
B1 Ah, I See 22:32​
B2 To Lydia With Love 32:33​

Bass – John Heard
Drums – Billy Higgins
Percussion – Ray Armando
Piano – George Cables
Tenor Saxophone – Harold Land
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Oscar Brashear
Vibraphone – Bobby Hutcherson (tracks: A2, B1, B2)

produced by Esmond Edwards


May 29, 2021

Ray Danton and Guy Madison in SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK (Italy, 1964)

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SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK (Italy, 1964), starring RAY DANTON as Sandokan and GUY MADISON (but not Madison’s voice, alas) as Yanez. Directed by LUIGI CAPUANO. Many other familiar faces here including MARIO PETRI, FRANCA BETTOIA, ALBERTO FARNESE, ALDO BUFI LANDI, etc. Nice to hear Danton dubbing himself, as he had such a rich and commanding voice. aka THRONE OF VENGENACE, aka RETURN OF SANDOKAN. The perfect viewing after a long and tiring work day for those who like both American adventure serials of the 1930s and 1940s as well as Italian sword and sandal films–this combines the best of both worlds in a pulpy stew that would appeal to the ten year old boy in all of us. Also, Danton and Madison, two of my favorites, make a great team. In the early days of VHS video tape, I somehow had a number of films (7 or 8, as I remember) directed by LUIGI CAPUANO, and the man had a flair for pulpy costumed adventures–he worked with Danton, Madison, and Lex Barker multiple times, which shows his good taste in leading men, and he brought out sides of them not seen so much in their American films.

May 27, 2021

Jack Benny’s Carnival Nights (1968 TV special)

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JACK BENNY’S CARNVAL NIGHTS, w/ Johnny Carson, Lucille Ball, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Ben Blue

original broadcast date: 20 March 1968, NBC Television Network

Enjoy! (link below–unlike the You Tube link, this one includes all the Raiders material)

May 25, 2021

Charles Southwood and Julián Mateos in ‘I PROTECT MYSELF AGAINST MY ENEMIES’ (Italy, 1968)

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May 23, 2021

As Mùsicas de Henry Mancini Em Bossa Nova

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  1. Champagne And Quail (00:00) // 2. Charade (02:52) // 3. Days Of Wine And Roses (07:10) // 4. Royal Blue (09:54) // 5. Megeve (12:43) // 6. Moon River (15:06) // 7. Sally’s Tomato (18:06) // 8. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (21:27) // 9. Night Side (25:00) // 10. Latin Snowfall (27:11) // 11. Mr. Lucky (29:46) // 12. Dreamsville (32:12) projeto artistico musical: Durval Ferreira. Note: I’ve seen differing dates put forward for this album, ranging over a 25 year period (beginning in 1967), so I’ll just state that it’s classic Mancini, classic Bossa Nova, and thus timeless….

May 21, 2021

ANNO DOMINI, ‘On This New Day’ (UK 1971, Deram LP)

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  1. So You Want To Be A Rock ‘N Roll Star [0:00​] , 2. On This New Day [5:08​] , 3. Bad Lands Of Ardguth [7:07​] , 4. Regency Days [10:23​] , 5. Hitchcock Railway [13:18​] , 6. This Good Life I Have Known [18:33​] , 7. The Trapper [21:49​] , 8. Daddy Rowlin [24:16​] , 9. Five O’Clock In The Morning [28:35​] , 10. June Tremayne [31:44​]

May 19, 2021

Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra, DeForest Phonofilm sound film from 1924-25!

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1. “Medley of Songs” 2. “Craving” 3. “Titina” 4 . “Sweet Georgia Brown” (filmed late 1924 or early 1925)

May 17, 2021

Dorsey Brothers Band Live At Hotel Statler ~1956

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Tommy Dorsey would pass away later in 1956 and brother Jimmy would follow in 1957, not living to see the Big Band era fully marginalized in the 1960’s, but they kept the fires burning until the end, and this 1956 fifteen-minute broadcast is a wonderful snapshot of their late period, at a venue they played often in the early 50’s, the Hotel Statler.

Better known as the Hotel Pennsylvania, both before and after being known as the Statler, a lot of Big Band history happened there—-indeed, the Glenn Miller hit  “Pennsylvania 6-5000” was based on the hotel’s phone number. The hotel closed indefinitely due to Covid in April 2020.

Just imagine that you’ve saved for a month for dinner, cocktails, a show, and an overnight stay at the Hotel Statler (had I been born a few generations earlier, I’d have taken Mary Anne there!)…. YOU, a long-time Dorsey Brothers fan from the provinces, enjoying a juicy prime rib (with a tangy horseradish crust), a bottle of Cab Sav, and finally getting to see Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey….and at an elegant venue! NBC is broadcasting a fifteen-minute segment of the performance, so the rest of the family back home can hear what you are experiencing in-person. Just two years later, such an experience would have been impossible, on any number of levels, so let the waiter refill your crystal water goblet, and enjoy another fresh-baked Parker House roll and a pat of butter with the hotel’s logo embedded into it….ladies and gentlemen, the Fabulous Dorseys.

May 15, 2021

Robert Ginty in ‘Out On Bail’ (Trans World Entertainment, 1989 VHS)

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May 13, 2021

Charles Napier for Radio Shack (1978)

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May 11, 2021

Alan Curtis in PHILO VANCE’S GAMBLE (PRC Pictures, 1947)

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May 9, 2021

BLUE CHEER IV (1969 LP, Philips Records)

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The fourth BLUE CHEER album (simply titled “Blue Cheer” but called BLUE CHEER IV among us BC fans) does not get a lot of respect because it’s compared with their amazing first three albums. How could anything compare with those? On the 4th, 5th, and 6th albums—-all of which I’ve owned for decades—-the ever-evolving Blue Cheer line-up goes in some different directions, with a more laid-back sound that’s both rootsy and trippy, but trippy in an earthier way than the earlier albums. One online source said that it sounds like a cross between The Band and Steppenwolf, and that really nails it, IMHO. The songwriting can be a bit generic, and if Dickie Peterson is not singing, it might be hard to recognize that this is actually the same Blue Cheer who did OUT OF FOCUS, but it’s a solid three-star album and if it were not being compared with their first three albums, and if it had come out under some other name than Blue Cheer, it would probably be considered a “lost classic” of some sort. Put it on after a long day at work when you’re winding down with a beer….if you’re like me, you’ll be glad that it exists and that the band kept evolving through the final three albums in their original six-album incarnation (of course, they went back to their original sound/format in the later recordings….BLITZKREIG OVER NUREMBERG is a masterpiece of “heavy” and throbbing Blue Cheer). Besides, a band that combines elements of The Band and Steppenwolf would be a must-hear in my book, though Dickie and the boys found their own sound and can’t be called derivative.

Imagine yourself coming down at 3 a.m. in a cabin on a mountainside outside Ojai, listening to this album by candlelight….

Note: this link is to the CD reissue, which includes 2 non-LP 45’s and the single versions of two songs from the album as a bonus, after the album’s original 10 tracks….. enjoy!

Dickie Peterson – bass, lead vocals
Bruce Stephens – guitar, lead & backing vocals
Ralph Burns Kellogg – keyboards
Norman Mayell – drums, percussion
Gary Lee Yoder – guitar, harmonica, vocals

02.You’re Gonna Need Someone
03.Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham
04.Saturday Freedom
05.Ain’t That The Way (Love’s Supposed To Be)
06.Rock And Roll Queens
07.Better When We Try
08.Natural Man
09.Lovin’ You’s Easy
10.The Same Old Story

Bonus Tracks
11.All Night Long
13.Fool (45 version)
14.Ain’t That the Way (45 version)


May 7, 2021

3 of the 1931-32 “Shadow” short subjects made at Universal

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note: if you want to skip the non-essential modern spoken intro, please start the video at 2:30….

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