Love and only love.
It can’t be denied.
No matter what you think about it
You wouldn’t be able to do without it.
Take a tip from one who’s tried.
Grass Root-er ROB GRILL suffered an electrical shock when his microphone short-circuited because of water on stage during an appearance in San Francisco on May 3rd. ROB was rushed to a hospital in a serious condition. He was released a few days later and sent home to rest and recuperate. We’re glad to hear that ROB is all better now!
Answer to last month’s “riddle of the month”: Michael Cole.
From Elvis In Memphis on RCA Records; Kensington Market’s Aardvark on Warner/Seven Arts; Sly & The Family Stone’s Stand! on Epic.
Johnny Winter on Columbia Records.
Julie Driscoll, Brian Auger & The Trinity’s Jools & Brian on Capitol; America The Beautiful (An Account Of Its Disappearance) by Gary McFarland on Skye Records; Presenting Burton Greene (featuring electric harpsichord and Moog synthesizer) on Columbia Records.
Crosby, Stills & Nash on Atlantic. David Crosby, Steve Stills and Graham Nash have united to form Crosby, Stills & Nash. Their first LP together is very good, very original and very vocal. You’ll dig it; Silver Apples (featuring Dan Taylor and Simeon) on Kapp; Last Exit Traffic on United Artists.
Thirty Seven Minutes Of Group Therapy on Philips; Orpheus Joyful on MGM Records; Procol Harum’s A Salty Dog on A&M; The Great American Eagle Tragedy by Earth Opera on Elektra; Warner Bros./Reprises’. Songbook (a double album of 40 tunes, including great ones by the Kinks, Jimi Hendrix and Arlo Guthrie, to name a few); Neil Diamond’s Brother Love’s Travelling Salvation Show on Uni Records; Lotti Golden’s Motor-Cycle on Atlantic; Chicago Transit Authority on Columbia; and The Churls on A&M Records (this group, like the Kensington Market, represent the best in Canadian rock sound).
Editor: Gloria Stavers
Publisher: 16 Magazine, Inc.