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|Artist||Title||Format / Price||Label||Year|
||THE WHAM OF THAT STEEL MAN
||2-CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|country, rock, americana: 2-CD set. Joe Goldmark blends an eclectic mix of tunes and styles into a truly Americana, country rock shake. Disc one features rocking vocals by Keta Bill, a San Francisco veteran of the Zasu Pitts Memorial Orchestra, Big Bang Beat, and many other local projects. Disc two showcases Joe's playing and composing. Goldmark has six pedal steel guitar CDs under his belt, and has also recorded three acclaimed albums with Jim Campilongo & The 10 Gallon Cats. He was a member and recorded with the Twangbangers, the all-star band that featured Red Voelkaert, Bill Kirchen, and Dallas Wayne. He has also toured with Jim Lauderdale and Peter Rowan, and played in the legendary "Texas Chainsaw Band." He is currently a partner at Amoeba Music, San Francisco.|
|COUNTRY JOE MCDONALD
||TIME FLIES BY
||CD: $13.25 (US) - NEW
($11.93 with *discount)
|GLOBE RECORDS / RAG BABY
|folk, Americana, acoustic, rock, psychedelic: (2-CD set) The first Country Joe album with a focus on a group sound since The Fish broke up in '71. After working as a guest with the Christmas Jug Band, Joe takes an all-acoustic jug band / string band approach here, using CJB front man & producer, Tim Eschliman as co-producer and washtub/string bass player and Gregory Dewey, the CJB's stalwart washboardist/drummer & the Fish's Woodstock drummer. Drawing upon the Jug Band's pool of instrumentalists, and Joe's own circle of talent, the album was fleshed out with such luminaries as Harper Simon, The Persuasions, Austin de Lone, Russ Gauthier, Ken "Snakebite" Jacobs, Suzy Thompson, Chris & Lorin Rowan and Bernie Krause. Included also are songs from Joe's singer/songwriter songbook recorded by Stephen Hart at Fantasy Studios. All original material save one Merle Haggard tune. Decades in the making, Time Flies By incorporates instrumentals, ballads, protests, waltzes and rock and roll.|
|JOE CANDULLO AND HIS ORCHESTRA
||CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1926-1928] Despite a music career that spanned more than 50 years, surprisingly little is known about bandleader, Joe Candullo. He was a regular on network radio, and he made more than 100 issued recordings. While the majority of his discs were released, from 1926 to 1929, Candullo was still in the studio, as late as 1954 (and possibly later). He was leading a popular orchestra at the Everglades, a restaurant on 46th Street and Broadway, in New York City. It was with this band that Candullo made his first recordings, on February 23, 1926. By April 1927, Joe Candullo and His Everglades Orchestra were making their first radio broadcasts over WMCA, in New York. (Collective Personnel: Red Nichols, Jimmy Dorsey, Jimmy McPartland, Glenn Miller, Mike Mosiello, Nick Farrara, Ray Bauduc, Sylvester Ahola, Irving Kaufman, Fud Livingston, more)|
||CD: $16.25 (US) - NEW
($14.62 with *discount)
|BIG BAND, SWING, TRAD JAZZ : [1940-1955/1963] By October 1939, Joe Sullivan was leading his own band, at Cafe Society, in New York. Sometime after April 1940, he played at Nick's and began a residency at the Famous Door, which lasted until June 1941. Soon afterward, he returned to Cafe Society with a trio and remained there, until 1942. During this same period, he made numerous recordings with his own bands. He also participated in Eddie Condon's "Town Hall" broadcasts and played on several of Condon's Commodore sessions. In the spring of 1943, Sullivan was back in Los Angeles, where he led a band at the Swanee Inn. In 1945, he was featured in a duo with Meade Lux Lewis, at Chicago's Sherman Hotel. In 1951, Joe Sullivan performed on a "Voices of America" broadcast and began touring with Louis Armstrong and His All Stars. In 1952, he participated in several "Doctor Jazz" broadcasts over WMGM. Then, in August 1952, he played his first engagement at Club Hangover, in San Francisco where he settled permanently. (Collective Personnel: Eddie Anderson, Benny Morton, Edmond Hall, Danny Polo, Freddy Green, Henry Turner, Johnny Wells, Billy Taylor Sr., Yank Porter, Pee Wee Russell, Sutty Singleton, Max Kaminsky, Miff Mole, Jack Lesberg, Cutty Cutshall, Jeff Morgan)|
||SEDUCING THE 60S
||CD: $12.25 (US) - NEW
($11.03 with *discount)
|country, rock, americana: "Helpless" begs to be heard...then pick a favorite! Joe Goldmark takes some of his favorite 60's rock tunes and lovingly tinges them with a soulful, country sound. Vocals are provided by new Amoeba Records artist Brandi Shearer, the versatile Bart Davenport, and "the real deal," Gary Claxton. Special guest guitarist is the wonderful John McFee (Doobies, Elvis Costello, Clover). Goldmark has five pedal steel guitar CDs under his belt, including the popular "Steelin' The Beatles" (Lo-Ball #8), and "Strong Like Bull ...But Sensitive Like Squirrel" (Hightone HMG 3014). He has also recorded three acclaimed albums with Jim Campilongo & The 10 Gallon Cats. He was a member and recorded with the Twangbangers, the all-star band that featured Redd Volkaert, Bill Kirchen, and Dallas Wayne. He has toured with Jim Lauderdale and Peter Rowan, played in the legendary"Texas Chainsaw Band," and is currently a partner at Amoeba Music, San Francisco.|
||STRONG LIKE BULL...BUT SENSITIVE LIKE SQUIRREL
||CD: $13.00 (US) - NEW
($11.70 with *discount)
|country, rock: Joe Goldmark has released eight steel guitar albums, and he is a walking encyclopedia of knowledge about the history of his instrument. With this latest CD, he brings us yet another spectacular release that includes both eclectic covers and strong original material. Ranging from classic R&B numbers ("These Arms of Mine") to country favorites ("Lonely Weekends"), Goldmark recreates the popular perception of this versatile instrument. His ongoing quest is to prove to the world that "the steel guitar can be used in all types of music with great results!"|
||STEELIN' THE BEATLES
||CD: $12.75 (US) - NEW
($11.47 with *discount)
|country, rock, americana: The wonderful songs created by the Beatles sound like they were written for the pedal steel guitar on "Steelin' The Beatles" by Joe Goldmark. This rockin' CD also features the excellent playing of some great Bay Area talent. Engineer and guitarist Garth Webber is an alumnus of the Miles Davis band. Mac Cridlin played bass on Stephen Bishop's "On & On" and Glen Campbell's "Rhinestone Cowboy", and was in Tony Williams' band. Billy Lee Lewis played drums with Marty Balin, Gary Potterton is a top country-rock guitarist, and Pete Elman on keyboards has three of his own highly acclaimed CDs.|
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