The Ceyleib People was a short-lived Raga-Rock band from Los Angeles. Their only album, Tanyet, released in 1967 on Vault Records, features Wrecking Crew session musicians Mike Deasy on guitar, Larry Knechtel on keyboard, Lybuk Hyd (an alias for Deasy) on vocals and guitar, and Joe Osborn on bass, as well as Deasy’s son, Mike […]
Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar is an album by Friar Tuck (another alias for Mike Deasy). It was released 1967 on Mercury. It was re-released in 2007 with 4 bonus tracks.
夢追い人 is an 1975 album by Kei Ogura. Kei Ogura (born January 18, 1944 in Ueno, Taito, Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese singer, songwriter and composer. He was also a bank clerk of Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, after graduation from the University of Tokyo. His musical career was in parallel with banking activity. His major works […]
ButterFly is the sixteenth studio album by American singer Barbra Streisand. Released on October 1, 1974, by Columbia Records, it marked Streisand’s first album of entirely new material in over three years. Primarily a contemporary pop record recorded throughout 1974, it also incorporates music from the reggae and R&B genres. All of the tracks on […]
“Hooray For Hazel” is a song written and performed by Tommy Roe with backing vocals by Lee Mallory. It reached number 1 in New Zealand, number 2 in Canada, number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 28 in Australia, in 1966. It was featured on his 1966 album Sweet Pea. The song was […]
Moscow Mule And Many More Kicks is an album by American jazz trumpeter Pete Candoli. It was released in 1966 on Decca. Pete Candoli (born Walter Joseph Candoli; June 28, 1923 – January 11, 2008) was an American jazz trumpeter. He played with the big bands of Woody Herman and Stan Kenton and worked in […]