Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Larry Miller sitting in with: (ta-da!) THE PRODUCERS

A musical salute to 3 of the more important record producers from the 60's and 70's:


Aretha Franklin: “Satisfaction”
Wilson Pickett: “Sugar, Sugar”
The Rascals: “Singin’ the Blues Too Long”
Allman Brothers: ““Leave My Blues at Home”
Cream: “Sittin' On Top Of The World”
Derek and the Dominoes: “Have You Ever Loved A Woman”
Delaney and Bonnie: “Miss Ann” (Little Richard on piano!)
Lynyrd Skynyrd: “Georgia Peaches”
Black Oak Arkansas: “Moonshine Sonata”
Rod Stewart: “Stone Cold Sober” (Atlantic Crossing 1975)


Simon and Garfunkel: “Wednesday Morning 3 am”; “Sounds of Silence” (First the acoustic, then crossfade to the electric version.)
Bob Dylan: “She Belongs to Me”; “Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues” (slight oops: on the album Highway 61 Revisited, the only song that Wilson totally produced was ‘Like a Rolling Stone.’ )
Jim and Jean: “The Flower Lady” (Another slight oops: Wilson produced “Changes” on this album; I tend to get them mixed up...)
The Blues Project: “Flute Thing”
The Mothers of Invention: “Who are the Brain Police?”
The Velvet Underground: “Venus in Furs”


The Animals: “Baby, Let Me Take You Home”
Donovan: “Barabajagal” (w/ Jeff Beck)
Terry Reid: “Superlungs (My Supergirl)
Herman’s Hermits: “Bus Stop” (The Hollies Hit)
Lulu: “The Morning Dew”
Jeff Beck Group, with Rod Stewart: “Hangman's Knee”


Fleetwood Mac: “Man of the World”
Rolling Stones: “High-Heeled Sneakers” (rare British EP)
Jimi Hendrix Experience: “Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window” (Obscure Dylan song- Live at the BBC.)

Thanks for Listening!


Post a Comment

<< Home