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One of the final pics of C&J in the 1960s.

three in the attic

(ST 5918, Spring 1969)

Good Morning Sunrise (3:28)

Paxton Quigley's Had the Course (3:15)

Tobey's Song (3:49)

Paxton's Song (Smoke) (3:04)

Know Yourself (4:17)

Background Music (13:31)

CHAD RECALLS:

This film was quite possibly the worst movie ever made. (But the script was so promising!) It was so bad that the writer sued to have his name taken off the credits. Please forgive me. I wanted so deperately to score a movie, I think I would have scored "Raising Pigs for Fun and Profit" at that point in my career.

Listening to the tapes a short while ago, I was struck by the difference between the old way of recording and the new way. We were used to having superb musicians show up and sight-read the parts with no rehearsal. Now, left to my own devices after Jeremy's departure, I had joined a band. The minute "Good Morning Sunrise" came on, it was blazingly apparent that we had obviously practiced that song a lot! We played it with that magic synergy that only a real band can achieve.

WHERE TO FIND IT:

This LP was finally released on CD via Amazon on-demand CD-R on April 26th, 2013. 



An Electric Paintbox production.
Copyright 2006  Frank Jason Rhoden.
 

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