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notgonnamissthis - August, 2014 - Episode 09

Description: Starting off strong with The Scruffs. Their album is prominently featured on the notgonnamissthis cover image. They’re the orange record in the lower right. The Scruffs were from Memphis and associated with the Big Star/Alex Chilton scene. Their LP “Wanna Meet The Scruffs” is essential listening, start to finish. Key West were from the UK but released their only LP in Belgium on a small label that went largely unnoticed. Filed under “grossly underrated power pop albums.” Conversely, The Toms self-titled LP is a power pop classic. Bootlegged by the famous Scorpio (but this is from an original), the record is a true landmark of the genre. Crabby Appleton are good - that’s all I have to say about them. Nice track though right? Alzo was a solo singer songwriter more known for his collaboration with Udine under the creative name “Alzo and Udine.” I’ve heard a number of people discuss this record recently and it seems like it’s gaining in recognition. Good stuff. Dillard & Clark - my prior description for Gene Clark still applies, he never fucked up. Ozark Mountain Daredevils serve as proof that there are consistently great records to be found in the “dollar bin.” This record is never more than 5 bucks and always worth grabbing. Duane & Greg Allman released this record before the Allman Brothers got together. It features a number of songs that would later become Allman Brothers staples. I haven’t been a big Allman Brothers fan since I was a younger guy but these raw demo’s really are terrific. JD Blackfoot’s record “The Ultimate Prophecy” is NOT in the dollar bin. Rare, great and a truly fantastic guitar player. JD is also the guitar player on another favorite record of mine by a guy named Pat Sheridan. Buckingham Nicks is the record Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks released before they joined Fleetwood Mac. It’s great, it’s late, it’s August, I’m hot, and that’s about as much of a description as I can muster this month. Stay cool friends.  
Track List: 
The Scruffs - Revenge
Key West - Been on the Road Too Long
The Toms - I Did The Wrong Thing
Crabby Appleton - The Other Side
Alzo - Lookin’ For You
Dillard & Clark - Something’s Wrong
Ozark Mountain Daredevils - Within’ Without
Duane & Greg Allman - Morning Dew
J.D. Blackfoot - I’ve Never Seen You
Buckingham Nicks - Without a Leg to Stand On
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