From the back cover:
If at the voodoo crossroads, where Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil, a tuba instead of a guitar was laid in his hands, the sound of rock would be forever changed. The tuba would be a natural part of rock ‘n’ roll instead of a curiousity. It would be interal to the ghosts within the rock machine. It would be the sound that TOOBA BLOOZE has incorporated in to their very chromosomes.
Stumble of the Fumble Bee
Livin’ on the Wick
The Rainbow Song
Tuba Blooze Side 2
Out on I Wanna Records, Dayton Ohio, 1990.
Denny Wilson: vocals, electric and acoustic guitars
Hal Taylor: tuba, guitar and vocals
“Kaptain” Karl Streuber: Harmonica & vocals
“Rotten” Rod Bradley: Drums
Greedy Mr. Creed
Brand New Cadillac
Tuba Blooze Side 1
Producer: Ray Singer
Arranged and Conducted by John Cameron
Engineer: John Mackswith
And Where Were You that Morning Mr. Carroll
Full Fathom Five
In the Light of Sadness
Tim Hollier: Message to a Harlequin Side 2
Out on Imperial Records, no date.
From the back cover:
In the face of raw reality, too often dismal, man has one sure recourse…to look inwardly to his personal harlequin.
Message to a Harlequin
Bird of Paradise
Do You Remember When
Streets of Gold
Tim Hollier: Message to a Harlequin Side 1
Take the ‘A’ Train
Red Prysock vs. Sil Austin Battle Royal Side 2
R&B, early rock ‘n roll music.
No date. In between jazz and rock ‘n roll lies R&B music.
No. 1 sil
Sil Austin Red Prysock Battle Royal Side 1
When Your Lover Has Gone
Honky Tonk Number Three
Leaps and Bounds
Bill Doggett Everybody Dance the Honky Tonk Side 2
Early rock/R&B music out on King Records.
Honky Tonk (Part 1)
Honky Tank (Part 2)
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Bill Doggett Honky Tonk Side 1
Poem by Charlie Daniels on back cover:
As young as this morning
As old as the hills.
Rising, falling, running, crawling. A shout and a whisper,
the black, the white and the blues, the colors of his rainbow,
torrents and mist, corn whisky and champagne, catfish and
caviar, Blue Monday, Black Friday, Sunday School and poolrooms,
Barbeques and banquets.
Pull the bow across the strings — my hat is in my hand.
I Know Where I’m Going
You Left Your Happiness
Papa John Creach: I’m the Fiddle Man Side 2
Recorded October 1985 at the Slaughterhouse.
Engineered by Colin Richardson.
Composed and Produced by The Mission.
Naked and Savage
The Mission Side 2