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Rare Candy No. 11 (April 18, 2011)

April 18, 2011

Song Title – Artist, Album (Year of Release)

8 P.M.

1) Hard Rain Fallin’ – Sir Lord Baltimore, Kingdom Come (1970)

2) Dearg Doom – Horslips, The Táin (1973)

3) House Of The King – Focus, Focus 3 (1972)

4) Agony (No Jugamos) (feat. Nate Denver) – MF Grimm, American Hunger (2006)

5) Buffalo Gals – Malcolm McLaren, Duck Rock (1983)

6) Double Dutch – Malcolm McLaren, Duck Rock (1983)

7) Graham Greene – John Cale, Paris 1919 (1973)

8) The Tide Is High – The Paragons, History Of Trojan Records, Volume 1: 1968-1971 (1967)

9) Hey Jude [Beatles Cover] – Assagai, Assagai (1971)

10) This Land Is Your Land – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Naturally (2005)

11) Young Boy Blues – The Honey Drippers, Volume One (1984)

12) My Song – Aretha Franklin, Sweet Soul Music: Voices From The Shadows [Comp.] (1968)

13) Ti Offro Da Bere – Gianni Morandi, Mondo Cane Originals (1964)

14) Sour Milk Sea – Jackie Lomax, Is This What You Want? (1969)

15) Number One In The Country – Sarah Kernochan, House Of Pain (1973)

9 P.M.

Six Degrees of Separation:

1: Tired Of Waiting For You [The Kinks Cover] – The Flock, The Flock (1969)

  • Jerry Goodman played the prominent violin part with the Chicago jazz-rock group The Flock until he was recruited to join John McLaughlin’s jazz fusion ensemble Mahavishnu Orchestra. He stayed with them for their first two studio albums/three years.

2: Awakening – The Mahavishnu Orchestra, The Inner Mounting Flame (1971)

  • Both albums were released on Columbia Records in 1971, which displays the significant range of recordings the record company was releasing at the time. The Inner Mounting Flame was a hit and considered very influential in the development of its genre, while the Cale-Riley collaboration wasn’t put out until a year after it was recorded. It received lukewarm critical reception.

3: The Soul Of Patrick Lee (feat. Adam Miller) – John Cale & Terry Riley, Church Of Anthrax (1971)

  • “Ship Of Fools” was of a song penned by each the Grateful Dead (from the 1974 album Grateful Dead from the Mars Hotel) and John Cale (from the 1974 album Fear). These songs are completely different and independent and came out by these two artists the same year.

4: Workingman’s Dead Promo / New Speedway Boogie – Grateful Dead, Workingman’s Dead (1970)

  • “New Speedway Boogie” was written about the Altamont Festival in 1969.  The Flying Burrito Bros. appeared at that concert.  Sneaky Pete Kleinow, that band’s pedal steel player is featured on Joni Mitchell’s “California.”

5: California – Joni Mitchell, Blue (1971)

  • Also featured on the track “California” is the drummer Russ Kunkel, an L.A. session man who appeared on many of the classic LPs of the era including Jackson Browne’s Hold Out.

6: Call It A Loan – Jackson Browne , Hold Out (1980)

Free Play Continues

16) Machines – Lothar & the Hand People (1968)

17) Johnny Carson – The Beach Boys, Love You (1977)

18) The Moon Just Turned Blue – J.D. Souther, You’re Only Lonely (1979)

19) Landfall – Jimmy Buffett, Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes (1977)

20) Tom Traubert’s Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen) – Tom Waits, Small Change (1976)

21) Fraternity Blues [Live] – Townes Van Zandt, Live At The Old Quarter, Houston, Texas (1973)

22) Johnny Strikes Up The Band [Live] – Warren Zevon, Stand In The Fire (1980)

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