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The Commander's finest moment

This recording is the group's finest effort. The "slick" production courtesy of John Boylan (Pure prarie League, Linda Ronstadt, etc.) exceeds anything from the Paramount days and the Hoyt Axton produced "Tales" that came a year later. A book regarding the recording of this LP, entitled "Star Making Machinery" (sorry, I can't remember the author's name!) is an excellent companion. (You could probably find at a used book store) My personal favorite moment is during "The Boogie Man's Boogie" when Billy C. announces each band member's short solo. "And now, here he is...the o l d Commander!" excellent country rock!

COuld be a great party collection

I love this album. Nice collection of cross-genre rockabilly-country-rock-hawaiian slack guitar. There are numerous great party tracks on this collection -- but you want to make a mix without a few slow numbers. Otherwise -- for non-party -- this is a great collection. I like the humor and fun of this band, and they are one of the few country-sounding outfits that I actually enjoy listening to.

Found it!

I have been looking for this LP for years. Takes me back.


Genre: Rock

Although renowned for its high-energy rock, the Detroit/Ann Arbor region also formed the focal point for this entertaining country-rock band. The first of several tempestuous line-ups was formed in 1967, comprised of Commander Cody (b. George Frayne IV, 19 July 1944, Boise City, Idaho, USA; piano), John Tichy (b. St. Louis, Missouri, USA; lead guitar), Steve Schwartz (guitar), Stephen Davis aka the West Virginia Creeper (bass) and Ralph Mallory (drums). Only Frayne, Tichy and Bolton remained with...
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