Sunday, July 19, 2020

Rusty Dean digital files and CD?

Rusty Dean was an alias for Gary Paxton.

He released 4 LPs on the Alshire label between 1969 and 1972, which featured Clarence White and Gene Parsons.

Better late than never, I just learned that some of the tracks from these LPs were made available on CD and as downloadable files as "early" as 2009 (on Amazon and iTunes and more) as "Studio 102 Essentials", remastered from the original Alshire tapes.

Saturday, July 11, 2020

Gene Clark book in Spanish

We just learned of a book written in Spanish about Gene Clark.

It's titled "Gene Clark - Vuela Hacia El Sol"

The author is Álvaro Alonso.

You can order it from here:

68 minutes of High Quality video and audio: Manassas - German TV Beat Club

52 minutes version here:

Jon Corneal new CD - availability

You can order Jon Corneal's new CD by writing to Busters Cousins at his Facebook page: 

Saturday, June 6, 2020

New Burrito Family Tree

New Burrito Family Tree

Thomas Aubrunner from Austria has published his new version of the Burrito family tree.

A music player has been added so you can start reading the page while you listen to excerpts of Burrito songs.

A picture of most Burrito-related albums has also been added (no bootlegs).

Finally, there’s a NEW picture of the first Burrito DeLuxe line-up.

Thanks and congratulation to Thomas.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

John York's free streaming concert #4

JOHN YORK sings:

Help (Lennon/McCartney)
Leopard Skin Pillbox Hat (Dylan)
Bells Of Rhymney (Seeger)
Lay Lady Lay (Dylan)
The Rain Is Perfect (York)
My Back Pages (Dylan)
Cripple Creek (Robertson)
What Does She See? (Tyson)
Spread Your Love around (York)

and plays 12 string guitar.

Friday, May 22, 2020

2 More Unseen Pictures Of The 1965 Byrds

David Crosby, Gene Clark and Jim McGuinn

Chris Hillman, David Crosby (face hidden by Hillman's bass) and Gene Clark's trousers...

These pictures were taken at a Byrds concert at Palos Verdes High School on October 29, 1965.

They were provided to us by Toulouse Engelhardt who opened for the band during their last tour in early 1973. Many thanks to him.

Visit Toulouse's website here:

Thanks for pointing out the year error (1965, not 1966)