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$100.00

Blues Train - ST

Format: LP
Label: Condor Records CST 2465
Year: 1970
Origin: Burnaby, British Columbia
Genre: rock, blues
Keyword:  Johnny Kitchen, trains
Value of Original Title: $100.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: British Columbia, 1970's, Honorary Canadians

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Ride The Train
Missin' You
Pain In My Head
Some Body To Love
Hootchie Kootchie Man

Side 2

Track Name
Busted In Chicago
A & R Man
Coast to Caost
Whole Lot O' Blues
Got My Eye On You
Mojo

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Information/Write-up

Produced by Jack Millman, aka Johnny Kitchen.

The album boasts some magnificent blues guitar and great vocal work by an uncredited singer. The eleven songs on the album are hot blues numbers with remarkable arrangements and tight instrumentation. The covers are true to form while the original songs can stand on their own very easily. It is speculated that the musicians on Blues Train are the same as those that recorded the Crazy People Bedlam album but that cannot be confirmed. With song writing credits given to Johnny Kitchen it is believed that he is prominent in the recording of this album. Johnny Kitchen, was an eccentric and prolific American singer and songwriter , who was known to be in BC around the time the album was recorded. Kitchen was credited for writing songs for The Crazy People as well as other bands that recorded on the Condor label and has built a reputation for himself over the years for his underground records and work with various bands.. Nothing is known of Joe Sanchez or the other writers.

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