Saturday, September 30, 2017


Here's one of my occasional posts. BTW, for those of you who keep hitting me up with requests for re-ups and whatnot, make a decent donation (button's on the right) or buy one of my albums over at Bandcamp, and I will give you what you want. Capice?


Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Ron Frangipane

Solidly performed and beautifully recorded interpretations of one of my favorite singer/songwriters. UPDATE: now broken into separate tracks, thanks to Rick.


Sunday, September 17, 2017

The Avant-Garde

Here's the Avant-Garde, featuring Chuck "We'll Be Back in Two and Two" Woolery. This sucker is going for 90 bucks on eBay, so you're getting a pretty good deal here.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The Coronados

More music from the Silverbird folks, by request.


Teresa Graves

A decent bubblegum soul record from the former "Laugh In" turned Jehovah's Witness girl. Sadly, she died in a fire at her Los Angeles home in 2002.


Sunday, September 10, 2017

Byron Keith Daugherty

Yet another obscure '70s singer/songwriter record, this one on the Fantasy label, which always did right by its artists (cf. John Fogerty).


Thursday, September 7, 2017

Rock Flowers

Easily the best record based on a line of Mattel cheapie dolls (BTW: both Rock Flowers albums are in the file).


Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Hot Parts

Oddball soundtrack featuring contributions from members of the Left Banke and Bert Sommer. Trying to keep the spirits up while the world is wracked with one horrific crisis after another. Peace to all.


Friday, September 1, 2017

The Good Time SIngers

Pick up a recent issue of Ugly Things, as I did, and read about the sad and strange life of former Monkees songwriter and Penny Arkade member Craig Smith. The near-book-length article inspired me to track down this record, which is, as it turns out, a little too Up With People cornball for my own tastes. But I thought that since I went to the trouble of ripping it, I'd share it with you nonetheless. Besides, it's on classic-period Capitol and David Gates wrote a few tunes. (I stuck a few stray tracks that I found around the internet on the end.) Update: songs are now broken into individual tracks.