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1970

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Sir Douglas Quintet ‎– 1+1+1=4 

Released in 1970.

Tracklist:

A1 Yesterday Got In The Way

Bass Guitar – Harvey Kagan Drums – J. P. Perez* Guitar, Lead Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Organ, Piano – Augie Meyers *Written-By – D. Sahm*

3:06

A2 In The Dark

Alto Saxophone – Martin Fierro Baritone Saxophone – Mel Martin Bass Guitar – Harvey Kagan Drums – George Rains Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Piano – Wayne Talbert Tenor Saxophone – Frank Morin (2)Trumpet – Bill Atwood Written-By – Deadric Malone, Herman Parker

3:00

Don’t Bug Me! (Couldn’t find this song anywhere.)

Bass – Hershey Freeman* Drums – George Rains Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Horns – Bill Atwood, Frank Morin (2), Mel Martin Other [Percussion] – Eddie, Herbie, Lee, Peter Piano, Soloist – Wayne Talbert Tenor Saxophone, Soloist – Martin Fierro

(4:00)

A3a Part 1

Written By – V. Morris

A3b Part 2

Written-By – M. Fierro*, W. Talbert*

A4 Be Real

Bass – Bob Moore Drums – Kenny Buttrey Fiddle – Buddy Spicher, Tommy Jackson (2) Guitar – Chip Young, Ray Edenton Pedal Steel Guitar – Pete Drake Piano – Pig Robbins Vocals – Doug Sahm, Wayne Douglas (3) Written-By – D. Sahm*

2:55

A5 Pretty Flower

Baritone Saxophone – Mel Martin Bass Guitar – Hershey Freeman* Drums – George Rains Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Organ – Wayne Talbert Piano – Dr. John Harris*Tenor Saxophone – Frank Morin (2), Martin Fierro Trombone – Gordon Mussick Trumpet – Bill Atwood Songwriter [Adapted From] – Huddie Leadbetter* Written-By – D. Sahm*

4:12

B1 What About Tomorrow?

Backing Vocals – Frank Morin (2) Bass Guitar – Harvey Kagan Drums – Jim Jenkins (4), J. P. Perez* Organ – Augie Meyers* Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals – Doug Sahm Written-By – D. Sahm*

2:28

B2 Catch The Man On The Rise

Bass Guitar – Jance Garfat Drums – Jim Jenkins (4)Guitar – Sonny Farlow*, Hewlett Crist Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Piano – Wayne Talbert Written-By – E. Sheppard*

2:20

B3 Tortilla Flats

Acoustic Bass [Bowed Bass] – Edward Adams* Baritone Saxophone – Mel Martin Bass Guitar – Hershey Freeman* Drums – George Rains Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Harp – Hewlett Crist Piano – Wayne Talbert Written-By – T. Murrey

2:43

B4 A Nice Song

Bass Guitar – Harvey Kagan Drums – J. P. Perez* Piano – Augie Meyers Piano, Guitar – Doug Sahm Tenor Saxophone – Frank Morin (2), Martin Fierro Written-By – D. Sahm*

2:55

B5 Monterey Sun

Flute – Frank Morin (2), Martin Fierro Guitar, Vocals – Doug Sahm Piano – Augie Meyers* Written-By – A. Meyers*, D. Sahm*, F. Morin*

1:13

B6 Sixty Minutes Of Your Love

Baritone Saxophone – Mel Martin Bass Guitar – Hershey Freeman*Drums – George Rains Guitar – Doug Sahm Piano – Wayne Talbert Tenor Saxophone – Frank Morin (2), Martin Fierro Trombone – Gordon Mussick Trumpet – Bill Atwood Written-By – I. Hayes-D. Porter*

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So I’m losing followers. It started after I posted #BLM posts. And I’m like “are you kidding me?” We live in 21 century and I have racist people following me? If you’re racist just leave, please. Same about homophobic people, just leave my page right now.

I am gay and pissed off that we still have to protest against police brutality. Since 1970 and black people still have to fight for their lives every day, it’s making me sick. I hear you, I see you, I support you with my whole being. If I could I would walk the streets with you.

Black lives matter.

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David Crosby handed Neil Young a copy of the 15 May 1970 issue of Life magazine, which covered the Kent State killing of 4 college students by the National Guard on 4 May.

Young took the magazine and went off into the woods with his guitar, returning a while later with a new song, “Ohio.”

After hearing the song, Crosby called Graham Nash and Stephen Stills and told them he’d booked studio time. They recorded the song on 21 May, along with Still’s “Find the Cost of Freedom” in a little more than 2 hours (with John Barbata on drums and Calvin Samuels on bass).

They demanded that their label (Atlantic Records) release the songs as soon as possible. The label was reluctant, since the band’s latest single, “Teach Your Children” (released earlier in the month), was still selling steadily. The band insisted, and the single was released on 3 June, almost one month since the killings.

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“The Best Night of My Life” is the fourth song in the 1970 Broadway musical: Applause. With music by Charles Strouse (Bye Bye Birdie) and lyrics by Lee Adams (Bye Bye Birdie), the book by Betty Comden (Singin’ in the Rain) and Adolph Green (Singin’ in the Rain) was based on the Mary Orr novel The Wisdom of Eve, and on the 1950 film All About Eve. The show was nominated for eleven Tony Awards and won four, including Best Musical. This song is performed by Penny Fuller, who was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance as Eve Harrington.

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