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The Upstairs Neighbour
Wednesday October 3rd, 2018 with Neal
Beyond the sunset

I brought so many records, I will most likely have a part 2
Astral Weeks
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks - Warner (1968)
Bassist Richard Davis (Sarah Vaughn, Eric Dolphy, et al) starts in the song. Lester Bangs wrote an amazing article about this album which intrigued me enough to take a listen to this album in my mid-20's
Cello Song
Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left - Antilles (1969)
the album was named after a slogan found on a pack of Rizla rolling papers. Richard Thompson from Fairport Convention also plays on this album. Nick died 5 years after the release of this album.
Who Knows Where the Time goes
Fairport Convention - Unhalfbricking - Polydor (1969)
Written by Sandy Denny as a demo, it was first released by Judy Collins, later Sandy Denny used the acoustic version when she joined the Strawbs, This version seems to me to be the best.
Everytime I Think Of Freedom
Karen Dalton - Cotton Eyed Joe : Live In Boulder Colorado 1962 - Megaphone (1962/2007)
Karen Dalton had a very tragic life, and never saw fame in her lifetime. She died from an AIDS-related illness in March 1993, aged 55, in her mobile home, near Woodstock, New York. She had been living with the disease for over 8 years
Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow - RCA
Marty Balin recently passed away on September 27.
Nina Simone - My Way - RCA (1969/1974) Canadian
Grateful Dead - American Beauty - Waner (1970)
I Wonder
Rodriguez - Searching For Sugar Man - Light in the attic
originally on the album 1970 LP Cold Fact
Always Something There to Remind Me
Wendell Stuart and the Downbeaters - s/t - Elite (1969)
Planes and Boats and Trains
Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas - 45rpm - Capitol (1965)
Two great Bert Bacharach/Hal David tracks.
You Belong to Me
Bob Dylan - Rare unreleased - n/a (1994)
Dylan's version originally showed up on the Natural Born Killers OST. The song was originally released by Joni James in 1952
Et Maintenant
Les Classels - 45rpm - Trans-World (1966) Canadian
This song was originally by Gilbert Becaud in 1961. The English version is called What Now My Love
Pledging My Love
Johnny Ace - VA/ Golden Age of Rock N Roll vol. 6 - Vogue 1955 / Ace (199?)
Johnny Ace accidentally shot himself in the face on Christmas day, playing with a gun between sets in 1954, this song was posthumously released.
Honest I do
Jimmy Reed - 16 Greatest Hits - Trip (1957)
He's the man. many people have covered his songs such as Etta James and Grateful Dead to just name a couple.
Donnie & Joe Emmerson - Dreamin Wild - Light in the attic
Interactive CKCU
Dick Altavista
Folk on!

5:32 PM, October 3rd, 2018