What was Pickwick on about when they made this record? "Let's pick some songs from the tail end of the Beatles career and then grab a few from their first solo releases!" I can see why they'd choose Paul's "Maybe I'm Amazed" and George's "My Sweet Lord," but what were they thinking when they recorded John's "Mother" and Yoko's "Why"? (Um, she wasn't a member of the Fab Four, remember?) A very cool, very strange album.
Speaking of Pickwick, would anyone have "Sounds Like Stevie Wonder Vol. II" by the Motor City Rollers? If so, please put a link in the comments.
In celebration of Record Store Day, I'm releasing an album of new songs. You'd do Ol' Mondo a solid if you'd head over to his Bandcamp page (link below), download the record and make a contribution (any decent amount). Proceeds will go toward putting food on my table and buying exploito records to be posted here. Peace, y'all.
A real rare one that I came across a few weeks ago. I'd never even heard of the label, Crazy Horse, which was distributed by Capitol. Don't know much about it, but it features Bobby Keyes and is produced by Chuck Mangione. What do you think?