From Wiki: In 1969, the second generation The Shadows of Knight released "Shake" on Buddha's short-lived subsidiary Team Records; the track eventually climbed to No. 46 (#37 Canada Dec.68). "Shake" and its B-Side, "From Way Out to Way Under" were actually recorded by Sohns and a number of studio musicians, on the understanding that a Shadows of Knight reassembled by Sohns would record the follow-up album.
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when it happens to you..
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Great little known Donovan track. Covering a Blind Willie Johnson song.
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This is actually Graham Gouldman co founder of 10cc. He wrote and sang this.
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Originally called Crazy 'Bout Oklahoma (Texas Is So Doggone Big) on Bluesway. recorded in Chicago, May 1966 featuring Jimmy Reed:vcl/hca/gtr, Eddie Taylor:gtr, Lefty Bates:gtr, Jimmy Reed Jr:bs-gtr, Phil Upchurch:bs, Al Duncan:dms). This is the re-release in 1968.
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First single on Sun. Great RnR.
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Original 3 O'Clock Blues recorded in Oakland in 1946 with his brother Martin on second guitar. Released in 1948 it became his first hit. Most known as a B.B. King song who didn't record it until 1951 but became a staple of his throughout his life.
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Too Many Fish In The Sea & Three Little Fishes. Classic Mitch speeding up a Motown hit. One of his last songs to chart.
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With Washboard Willie. About the Montgomery Ala bus boycott led by Rev King in wake of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat.
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