Pete schofield and tammy rafferty do something nice today


Schofield, Pete & the Canadians with Tammy Rafferty - Do Something Nice Today!

Format: LP
Label: Periwinkle PER 7314
Year: 1974
Origin: Ontario
Genre: jazz, funk, soul, pop
Value of Original Title: $60.00
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Release Type: Albums
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Playlist: Ontario, 1970's, Jazz


Side 1

Track Name
Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose?
Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree
Summer Love
Do Something Nice Today
Delta Dawn
I Feel the Earth Move
Eleanor Rigby

Side 2

Track Name
Knock Three Times
The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia
Killing Me Softly (With His Song)
If You Could Read My Mind
What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
Glenn's Tunes (Medley: Chatanooga Choo Choo - Elmer's Tune - Tuxedo Junction)



pete Schofeld & the Canadians with Tammy Rafferty - Do Something Nice Today!

Pete schofield and tammy rafferty do something nice today

Do Something Nice Today!


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Originally issued on the PS Records label, this is the re-issue on Periwinkle Records. This is without a doubt Mr. Schofield's best and funkiest session with the killer jazz funk of the original title track featuring the beautiful soulful vocals of Tammy Rafferty. Also features a great cover of "I Feel The Earth Move" in the same vein as "Do Something Nice Today".

Pete Schofield: alto - soprano saxophones, clarinet
Bob Leonard: alto - baritone saxophones, clarinet, flute
Trevor Gillman: tenor saxophone, clarinet
Pete Nowak: alto saxophone, clarinet
Mike Higgins: tenor saxophone, clarinet
Heather Banks: trumpet
Jim Mottram: trumpet
Norm Heard: trumpet
Judy Sabiston: trombone
Terry Anton: trombone
Ted Topping: fender piano, organ
Earle Marek: guitar
Mark Crawford: bass
Myles Crawford: drums
Randy Greene: percussion
Tammy Rafferty: vocals

Produced by Pete Schofield
Engineered by Glenn Clarke, assisted by Ken Barnes
Recorded at Sound Canada Recording Centre
Produced at PS Records

Layout and design by Allan Park
Cover photo by Martin Tuori
Back cover photography by Martin Tuori and Bob Topping

Sound files scans courtesy of Canadian Cult Classics (


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