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San Francisco  performed by Butterfly Joe  1999
Composed by Joe Genaro

The opening line may be, "I left my heart in San Francisco," but from there it deviates into its own song, a lovely and unsettling ballad of love gone awry. A haunting melody and swelling, Spector-like production (strings, accordion, chimes, etc) make this one to listen to repeatedly.

from Butterfly Joe, available on CD (Razler Records)


On The Way To Cape May  performed by Big Mess Orchestra  1996
Composed by Nugent/Gindhart

The regional goin'-to-the-shore chestnut gets remodeled as a Ziggy-era Mick Ronson production, captured in a wildly live performance. Good, silly, genre-smearing fun.

from A Little Trash Goes A Long Way, available on CD (Plungerboy Music)


Don't Go Breaking My Heart  performed by Burt Bacharach  1965
Composed by Bacharach/David

A super-sweet bossa-pop tune. From one of Burt's solo LPs, but actually sung by an unnamed female trio who do magical things with the hypnotically pretty melody line.

from Hit Maker! (Kapp)


I'm Rocky's Pal  performed by Rocky and Bullwinkle  196?

Rocky and Bullwinkle (with the genuine cartoon voices) present what amounts to an audio vaudeville act in less than 2 minutes. An intro from Rocky, Bullwinkle does a quick song, the duo do some standup patter and Bullwinkle rings it all down with a juggling act. Sight gags in audio!

from the single I'm Rocky's Pal (Golden Records)


Season Of The Witch  performed by Enoch Light and The Light Brigade  1973
Composed by Donovan Leitch

An alternately stalking and storming rendition of the Donovan tune, featuring Vinnie Bell on electric sitar and tabla flavorings from Ed Shaugnessy (!). Jazz/funk firepower minus the fusion wank.

from Brass Menagerie 1973 (Project 3)


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