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|Artist||Title||Format / Price||Label||Year|
|THE REPTILE BROTHERS
||WHAT'S THE RUSH?
||CD: $10.00 (US) - NEW
($9.00 with *discount)
|ONE UVA KIND
|Rock, pop: Big Sale! This all-original, no-2-songs alike, previously unreleased rock album by the Reptile Brothers features frontmen Gregory Leroy Dewey, "Duke Dagreez", Nicholas Q (Not Joe) Dewey & Tim Eschliman: 3 wacky guys from Ohio and their pals during Mill Valley's mid to late 1970s north of San Francisco music scene. This is a band full of veterans from Mad River, Country Joe & the Fish, Grootna, Eggs Over Easy, Rowdy & the Rivets, Marty Balin's Bodacious D.F., Patty LaBelle, Andy Kulberg, The Moonlighters, Commander Cody, Etta James, Big Joe Turner, Jesse Colin Young, Sky Blue, Seatrain, Lou Reed, Jerry Corbitt, Nick Lowe, David Crosby, Elvis Costello, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Band members are Vic Smith, Austin de Lone, Peter Walsh, Mike Blaney, and a special appearance on vibraphone by Dan Hicks, a sometimes drummer of the group. Other special guests are Eggs Over Easy (Austin de Lone, Brien Hopkins, Jack O'Hara) Jack O'Hara and Steve Fishell. Produced by The Reptile Brothers & Marty Balin. Not Joe Dewey's original version of the song, Runwaway, appears for the first time here, which later became a platinum seller for Marty Balin and Jefferson Starship. Gregory Dewey, Vic Smith and Marty Balin were all in the early 70s band, Bodacious D.F..|
||LP: $4.25 (US) - NEW
($3.83 with *discount)
|rock, pop: Paul Rogers (leader of Those Darn Accordions!) early pop/rock vinyl EP of great originals featuring Ronnie Appelman, Michael Lindner and Craig Jackson with special guests Austin deLone (Nick Lowe, Commander Cody), Terry Baker and Doug Kilmer ("Spirirt in the Sky"). Engineered by Marc Senesac. The first release of Globe Records!|
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