Sixties LPs-only Radio Show: Long-playtime with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces, David Clayton-Thomas, Marvin Gaye *** Monday 07 December 2020 *** [Ed’s Show, 2020-44]

NEW SHOW : Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces, David Clayton-Thomas, Marvin Gaye *** REPEATED SHOW : Female Voices: Bonnie Dobson, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Karen Dalton, Grace Slick  ***  Monday 07 December  2020, 12:00 noon till  04:00 in the morning *** Time Zone CET Brussels, Paris, Berlin *** [2020-44, no. 159) ***

*** RADIO 68: ALL THE REVOLUTIONARY SOUNDS AND VOICES THAT SHAPED THE SIXTIES ***


Showtime CETime Brussels 

  • 12.00 Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces
  • 14.00 Female Voices: Bonnie Dobson, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Karen Dalton, Grace Slick
  • 16.00 Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces
  • 18.00 Female Voices: Bonnie Dobson, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Karen Dalton, Grace Slick
  • 20.00 Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces
  • 22.00 Female Voices: Bonnie Dobson, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Karen Dalton, Grace Slick
  • 24.00 Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, Little Richard, Little Stevie Wonder, Small Faces
  • 02:00 Female Voices: Bonnie Dobson, Janis Joplin, Dusty Springfield, Karen Dalton, Grace Slick
  • 04.00 Show Ends Here  

01 NEW SHOW: Jimmy James & The Vagabonds
Mijn recensie * My Review : JIMMY JAMES & THE VAGABONDS:

JIMMY JAMES & THE VAGABONDS The New Religion, 1966 + This Is, 1968, BGO Records.
LITTLE RICHARD Little Richard Is Back!, LP, 1964, choice tracks.
LITTLE STEVIE WONDER The 12 Year-Old Genius  Live, LP, 1963, choice tracks.
JIMMY JAMES & THE VAGABONDS Open Up Your Soul, LP, 1968, choice tracks.
SMALL FACES The Autumn Stone, 2LP, 1969 choice tracks.
MARVIN GAYE  The Stubborn Kind Of Fellow, 1963, choice tracks.
DAVID CLAYTON-THOMAS David Clayton-Thomas, LP, 1969, choice tracks.
AND ALSO LOVE, PEACE & UNDERSTANDING Les Sauterelles: Where Have All the Soldiers Gone.
FREE SPEECH & POETRY  : The Liverpool Scene + John Mayall + Warm Dust + Allen Ginsberg.

THANKS TO BGO Records for Jimmy James & The Vagabonds, 2020 re-mastered re-release  https://www.bgo-records.com/artist/jimmy-james-the-vagabonds/
REFERENCE http://www.jimmyjamesandthevagabonds.com/

 02 REPEATED SHOW Female Voices
BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING CO., feat. Janis Joplin ** CHEAP THRILLS, 1968, A-side + Turtle Blues (B-side).
BONNIE DOBSON: BONNIE DOBSON, 1969, A-side + excerpts from an exclusive Radio 68 interview about ‘Morning Dew’  + Grateful Dead.
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE: BATHING AT BAXTER’S, 1967.
DUSTY SPRINGFIELD: DUSTY  DEFINITELY, 1968,  A-side.
KAREN DALTON: IT’s SO HARD TO TELL WHO’S GOING TO LOVE YOU THE BEST, B-sid.
AND ALSO: THE GRATEFUL DEAD (same, 1967), JULIE FELIX (Flowers, 1967), SPANKY & OUR GANG (Give  A Damn) ** WORD & POETRY: CHARLES DUCAL,  JAN VANRIET

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HIGHLIGHT ** IN DE KIJKER

BONNIE DOBSON 1969

In 1969, Bonnie Dobson re-recorded “Morning Dew” for an eponymous album that was released in the United States on RCA.  The album was produced by Jack Richardson, a Canadian who is best-known as the Guess Who’s producer.  (Richardson also produced albums by Alice Cooper, Poco, Badfinger, and Bob Seger’s very successful Night Moves.)

Dobson’s previous album had what one reviewer termed a “sparse, chaste style” – most of the tracks featured only Dobson’s voice and an acoustic guitar (Think early Joan Baez.).  But her 1969 album represented a shift in style from traditional folk to middle-of-the-road pop – the arrangements incorporated a little percussion but a lot of strings  (Think Bobbie Gentry without the Southern accent.)

I like this arrangement of “Morning Dew” a lot.  Dobson has a very pure soprano voice, and her vocal style is simple and straightforward.  There’s nothing groundbreaking about the arrangement or her performance, but there’s nothing objectionable either.   Primum non nocere – “first, do no harm” – applies to musical performance as much as it does to the practice of medicine. The lyrics on Dobson’s 1969 recording of “Morning Dew” are slightly different from the original lyrics.  This version has five verses, although the first and last verses are essentially identical. (…)

http://2or3lines.blogspot.be/2012/12/bonnie-dobson-morning-dew-1969.html

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