Here is another song by Andrew Meyerhoff and myself, again with the wonderful Frankie Hart on backup vocals.
This is a song Rayburn Blake and I recorded for a client in Japan. Actually, he was from Canada but lives in Japan. He would basically send us a rough sketch of music & lyrics and we would piece it together and flesh it out. This is one of those tracks, beautifully performed by Frankie Hart.
My friend Peter Archer, was a big talent in the rough. I miss him for sure.
There were a series of tracks we recorded late night over several weeks at Southern Sound, with some of the best Lethbridge had to offer at the time. However, memory fails me to some degree. I know Robbie Berday (one of my all time favorite drummers) played on them, Jim Williams, perhaps Russ Hauser on piano, maybe even Brad Valgardson on drums (also one of my favorites). If anyone remembers who was involved in these sessions (maybe it was a sign of the times :-)) please let me know.
On this particular track, I know Vern Dorge, a Lethbridge boy who was with Blood Sweat & Tears at the time played tenor sax on this cut. He rocks!
On January 16, 2016, Sandee and I joined more than 500 people in Walker Court at the AGO in Toronto to pay tribute to and say goodbye to David Bowie. It was, to say the least, special. Here is how it sounded.
This is a recording from, I think, 1968 or 1969, of Billy Nichol (Dwayne Prosk – bass, Dan Dube on keyboards, Lorne Goshinmon on Drums) in Fernie at the Fernie ski chalet. As I recall, it was a rockin’ night.