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Other Bands - General Discussion / Re: Earworm: Can't Find My Way Home
« Last post by Allan Heron on July 24, 2021, 09:40:04 PM »
I do think that Blind Faith album would have been a masterpiece had they had a couple of extra songs that matched the quality of the others that would have allowed them to dispense with Do What You Like.
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Other Bands - General Discussion / Earworm: Can't Find My Way Home
« Last post by Mike Cross on July 22, 2021, 10:54:58 PM »
Sometimes a song gets stuck in your head... for me at the moment it's Blind Faith's Can't Find My Way Home, in various guises, courtesy of YouTube

Blind Faith, studio, 2010 remaster from Revolutions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDvjlvcJzgc&ab_channel=BlindFaith-Topic

Blind Faith, live, Hyde Park 1969: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJIuzl1jx7w&ab_channel=Hairyblues

Winwood, solo acoustic with vocal, in a fireplace, 2012:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eoSn2Y-b6wI&ab_channel=SteveWinwood

EC & SW w band, both on electric guitar, Crossroads Guitar Festival 2007: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L82II1lNjo&ab_channel=AntVarandonis


Justin Johnson, solo fingerstyle acoustic guitar instrumental, 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvXsD6dy1QI&ab_channel=JustinJohnson

Bonnie Raitt, Lowell George, John Hammond Jr, Freebo, loose studio jam, 1972: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4tJiyU_gjY&ab_channel=zeeyoutoo


For jazz piano enthusiasts:

Christian Sands Trio: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngjAyVCKjtw, I love his head shake when someone shouts/claps early in the song, presumably when they recognise the tune   :)

Christian Sands Trio, w bass solo at start: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1LIvyVyrGk


and something slightly different:

Steve Winwood on organ & vocals, w band via 'Zoom' - "Gimme Some Lovin" (2020): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpkqTLR3OD8&ab_channel=SteveWinwood
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Back Pages / Re: NICK NATIONS BIRTHDAY
« Last post by Nick Nation on July 19, 2021, 05:02:04 AM »
Thank you all, I spent the day in good company and not in the studio remixing, although it was tempting!

Nice chocs plus the complete Mission Impossible as well. Hoo-rah!
 
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Back Pages / Re: NICK NATIONS BIRTHDAY
« Last post by Newyorkmanfan on July 19, 2021, 03:02:18 AM »
Happy Birthday Nick! :D
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Back Pages / Re: NICK NATIONS BIRTHDAY
« Last post by Rob W on July 18, 2021, 09:43:11 AM »
Happy Birthday NN. May you have many subbuteo playing years ahead 🙂
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Back Pages / NICK NATIONS BIRTHDAY
« Last post by celias on July 18, 2021, 09:09:16 AM »
Its Nick's birthday Happy Birthday Mr.Crintabulated!
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Also looking forward to this.  :D
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Yes indeedy Mike, looking forward to this!
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Wow!  8) ;D 8) ;D



https://www.cherryred.co.uk/product/help-yourself-passing-through-the-complete-studio-recordings-6cd/

Help Yourself: Passing Through The Complete Studio Recordings, 6CD
30.99

Released August 27, 2021.

A NEW 6CD REMASTERED BOXED SET ANTHOLOGY FEATURING THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS BY THE UNSUNG HEROES OF BRITISH EARLY 70s ROCK, HELP YOURSELF

A NEW 6CD REMASTERED BOXED SET ANTHOLOGY FEATURING THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS BY THE UNSUNG HEROES OF BRITISH EARLY 70s ROCK, HELP YOURSELF
FEATURING 66 TRACKS ON 6 CDs INCLUDING THE ALBUMS HELP YOURSELF, STRANGE AFFAIR, BEWARE THE SHADOW, THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY / HAPPY DAYS, THE ALBUM FIVE & MALCOLM MORLEYS 1976 ALBUM LOST & FOUND (BOTH UNRELEASED FOR THIRTY YEARS) ALONG WITH A PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED BBC SESSION & DEMO.
REMASTERED FROM THE ORIGINAL ALBUM MASTER TAPES
INCLUDES AN ILLUSTRATED BOOK WITH EXTENSIVE ESSAY WITH PREVIOUSLY UNSEEN PHOTOGRAPHS AND INTERVIEWS & A POSTER

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of PASSING THROUGH THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS, a 6CD boxed set by the unsung heroes of British early 70s rock, HELP YOURSELF.

The band was formed in London in 1970, originally as a backing band for singer-songwriter MALCOLM MORLEY and took their influences from American West Coast Country and Acid Rock. After Morley signed to the Famepushers management stable, his manager John Eichler suggested Morley form a new band and HELP YOURSELF was born. Featuring MALCOLM MORLEY (guitars, keyboards, vocals), former Sam Apple Pie member DAVE CHARLES (drums, percussion, vocals), RICHARD TREECE (guitars, vocals, harmonica) and KEN WHALEY (bass), the band signed to United Artists in 1970 and their eponymous debut album was issued in 1971.

Following a tour with label mates Brinsley Schwarz and Ernie Graham (also Famepushers artists), Ken Whaley departed the band. An expanded line-up including Ernie Graham and Jonathan Glemser began work on the album STRANGE AFFAIR in 1972, but Graham and Glemsers departure half-way through the recording saw roadie Paul Burton join the band to complete the album, (which would include the excellent extended track The All Electric Fur Trapper). The band embarked on a tour of Switzerland with Welsh rock legends Man and a bond formed between the two groups. The bands next album, BEWARE THE SHADOW, was an even stronger effort, featuring the Helps twelve-minute anthem, Reaffirmation, a track that displayed the instrumental excellence of the group. Prior to a tour to promote their most recent album Malcolm Morley fell ill with depression and DEKE LEONARD, recently dismissed from Man, took his place. When Morley recovered, Leonard remained with the band, appearing with them on the CHRISTMAS AT THE PATTI concert in Swansea in December 1972. In early 1973 Deke Leonard departed the band to pursue a solo career and the band began work on the album HAPPY DAYS, a record that also featured THE FLYING ACES (featuring former MAN bassist MARTIN ACE and his wife George) and VIVIAN SPIV MORRIS and spawned a touring musical review featuring all the musicians. Paul Burtons departure during these sessions saw Ken Whaley return to the band. Work then commenced on another album, THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY. Both albums were released as a package by United Artists later that year. Although critically acclaimed, commercial success continued to elude the band and Help Yourself were dropped by their record label. A fifth album was recorded at Chipping Norton Studios in Oxfordshire in 1973 but this failed to gain a release for over thirty years. The aborted album led to Help Yourself disbanding, with Malcolm Morley and Ken Whaley joining Man in 1974 for their album Winos, Rhinos and Lunatics. Following his departure from Man, Malcolm Morley recorded a solo album in 1976 that would also remain unreleased for thirty years.

Over four decades on, HELP YOURSELF are now regarded as one of the great, unsung British bands of their era and the songs of Malcolm Morley are recognised as true treasures. PASSING THROUGH THE COMPLETE STUDIO RECORDINGS is a lovingly compiled boxed set which gathers together the albums HELP YOURSELF, STRANGE AFFAIR, BEWARE THE SHADOW, THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY / HAPPY DAYS, the unreleased album FIVE , all the bands non-album singles & Malcolm Morleys unreleased album LOST & FOUND along with a previously unreleased BBC session & a studio demo.

The set is newly re-mastered from the original master tapes and features an illustrated booklet with rare photographs and a new essay with interviews and a poster and is a tribute to the inspirational music of HELP YOURSELF.

Track Listing:

DISC ONE:
HELP YOURSELF
REMASTERED EDITION
Released in 1971

1. I MUST SEE JESUS FOR MYSELF
2. TO KATHERINE THEY FELL
3. YOUR EYES ARE LOOKING DOWN
4. OLD MAN
5. LOOK AT THE VIEW
6. PAPER LEAVES
7. RUNNING DOWN DEEP
8. DEBORAH
9. STREET SONGS

DISC TWO:
STRANGE AFFAIR
REMASTERED EDITION
Released in 1972

1. STRANGE AFFAIR
2. BROWN LADY
3. MOVIE STAR
4. DEANNA CALL AND SCOTTY
5. HEAVEN ROW
6. EXCERPTS FROM THE ALL ELECTRIC FUR TRAPPER (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE FILM OF THE NOVEL)
7. MANY WAYS OF MEETINGS

BONUS TRACK:
8. HEAVEN ROW (SINGLE VERSION) A-SIDE OF SINGLE RELEASED IN 1972

DISC THREE:
BEWARE THE SHADOW
REMASTERED EDITION
Released in 1972

1. ALABAMA LADY
2. REAFFIRMATION
3. CALAPSO
4. SHES MY GIRL
5. MOLLY BAKE BEAN
6. AMERICAN MOTHER
7. PASSING THROUGH
BONUS TRACKS:

8. MONA (WITH DEKE LEONARD &
B.J. COLE) (LIVE)
9. EDDY WARING (WITH DEKE LEONARD & B.J. COLE) (LIVE)

TAKEN FROM THE ALBUM CHRISTMAS AT THE PATTI RELEASED IN 1973

10. JOHNNY B. GOODE (A-side of single)
11. MOMMY WONT BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS (B-side of single)

DISC FOUR:
THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY / HAPPY DAYS
REMASTERED EDITION
Released in 1973
THE RETURN OF KEN WHALEY
1. CANDY KANE
2. PIONEERS OF THE WEST IN THE HEAD
3. WHO KILLED PARADISE?
4. AMY
5. BLOWN AWAY
6. MAN WERE GLAD TO KNOW YOU
7. IT HAS TO BE

HAPPY DAYS
8. THE GOLDEN HANDSHAKE
9. JESUS WHAT ARE LITTLE KIDS FOR?
10. VIRGINIA
11. WAITING AT THE STATION
12. SEASHELL
13. IVE GOT BEAUTIFUL YOU
14. MY FRIEND
15. ELEPHANT BY MY SIDE

DISC FIVE:
5
REMASTERED EDITION
Recorded in 1973

1. LIGHT YOUR WAY
2. COWBOY SONG
3. MONKEY WRENCH
4. ROMANCE IN A TIN
5. GRACE
6. MARTHA
7. MONKEY WRENCH (REPRISE)
8. THE ROCK
9. WILLOW
10. ALLEY CAT
11. DUNEBURGERS

BONUS TRACKS:
12. LET IT ROLL (BBC BOB HARRIS SESSION) (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
13. JOHNNY B. GOODE (BBC BOB HARRIS SESSION) (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
14. HALF BREED (BBC BOB HARRIS SESSION) (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)
15. RICKY THE REINDEER (DEMO 1972) (PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED)

DISC SIX:
MALCOLM MORLEY: LOST & FOUND
REMASTERED EDITION
Recorded in 1976

1. WITHOUT A WORD
2. BURNING LOVE
3. LOST AND FOUND
4. HONEY PLEASE
5. ALL THAT I NEED
6. RUBY
7. GRACE
8. FISH AND CHIPS
9. WHITEMANS BLUES
10. ROMANCE IN A TIN
11. NAKED AS THE NIGHT

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That's right. Michio's sg is most definitely from 68 since it has the batwing pickguard which was introduced by Gibson in 1966 since it was less labor-intensive to route out the body. Micky's SG is from 1961 which is a first-year production. I know Micky's guitar was a factory Bigsby while Michio's guitar has the maestro tremolo. Even though they both played SG's Micky in the 80s switched to the 1961 Fender Strat that was sold to him by John Cipollina. 
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