4-18-11 Time Machine
Week of April 19, 1971
Caught my eye:
JOHN MAYALL – Back To The Roots (Polydor 25-3002 2 x LP) (LP/CD)
THE DOORS – L.A. Woman (Elektra EKS-75011) (LP/CD)
EGG – The Polite Force (Deram DES-18056) (CD)
LEON RUSSELL – Leon Russell & The Shelter People (Shelter SW-8903) (LP/CD)
Got The Doors right away – with the window pane cover – I loved this album to death!; it didn’t take long to find an inexpensive promo of the 2nd Egg album (I also had the first Egg album!); Mayall’s “Back To The Roots” was an inexpensive double album with a very large booklet; Leon Russell was very famous – having worked with Joe Cocker, this was his 2nd ‘solo’ album (also released in England on A&M Records!).
Also of interest:
EDGAR WINTER’S WHITE TRASH (Epic E-30512)
HAMPTON GREASE BAND – Music To Eat (Columbia G-30555 2 x LP) (CD)
BILL BLACK COMBO – More Bill Black Magic (Hi SHL-32061) (LP)
CHASE (Epic E-30472) “Get It On In The Morning”
A CHILD’S GARDEN OF GRASS (Elektra EKS-75012) (LP/CD)
2nd album by Johnny Winter’s brother?; I realized years later that the Hampton Grease Band featured ace guitarist Glenn Phillips (this double LP was cheap!); I collect the Bill Black Combo; You heard the Chase single on the radio a lot; I heard something from “A Child’s Garden of Grass” on the FM radio – I liked comedy albums a lot back then.
HAMILTON, JOE FRANKLIN & REYNOLDS – Don’t Pull Your Love Out On Me / Funk-In-Wagnal (Dunhill 4276)
RONNIE SPECTOR – Try Some, Buy Some / Tandoori Chicken (Apple 1832)
JOHNNY WINTER – Jumpin’ Jack Flash / Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Columbia 4-45368)
YVONNE ELLIMAN – I Don’t Know How To Love Him / Overture (Decca 32785)
Ronnie Spector for the Apple label collectors; Yvonne Elliman had the 2nd single from the original UK version of “Jesus Christ Superstar” in the US (first single was “Superstar” sung by Murray Head); 2 cover versions for this Johnny Winter single – is it ‘live’?; to this very day, you can hear “Don’t Pull Your Love Out On Me” on ‘Oldies’ radio – even if you don’t want to!
Time Machine 1971 returns on 5/9/11!