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New YouTube audio: Motherlode
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https://youtu.be/EIaLvX8w-VA

Michael Johnson, Mark Henley & Mary MacGregor
Motherlode 1976
Written by Richard Pinney

A demo tape made by the them with one MJ solo.

From: https://www.mjblue.com/bletters.html
Sanskrit has bought the first album from Atco and will be re-releasing it March 1, and in the meantime Johnson is working on new material for a third album. During the breather before returning to the concert trail in March, he was working with entertainer Mark Henley, his next door neighbor, and singer Mary MacGregor, who also are charges of Projects IV, on a three-person act. They wanted to explore their group potential. But earlier this month after playing an opening date at Charlotte's Web in Rockford, Ill., they decided the trio wasn't clicking and will continue their individual careers.

The complete list is:  (4 more to put up on YouTube.)

Piney Wood Hill (Buffy Sainte-Marie) https://youtu.be/Pk62KqaD4uY
Everyone Tuesday (Mark Henley) https://youtu.be/-2xn7DYZlAg
Bad Roads in Spring (Richard Pinney) https://youtu.be/s5L41Rf9xMw
If I Could Only Win Your Love (Emmylou Harris)
Motherlode (Richard Pinney) https://youtu.be/EIaLvX8w-VA
The Time to Live (Buzzy Linhart)
Give Me Time (Ted Sherman)
Daddy Was A Mover (Mitchell F Jayne, Rodney Dillard) https://youtu.be/bOSgRfW0buY
He Gives Us All His Love (Randy Newman)
I Will (Lennon & McCartney) https://youtu.be/DM8jDB3Rw_Y
Cindy McArthur, Webmaster
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Great archival material Cindy. Listening to these I got a real feel for the early 'folk' scene.
Daddy was a Mover is missing the last line in the lyric, just so's you know.

Keep it up. Wink
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(02-20-2019, 09:37 PM)drd Wrote: Great archival material Cindy. Listening to these I got a real feel for the early 'folk' scene.
Daddy was a Mover is missing the last line in the lyric, just so's you know.

Keep it up. Wink

Fixed. Thanks so much for catching this!!

When looking for his Sound 80 concert, I found a Sony Mini Disk of a radio show from 1975 I've been searching high and low for. But the disk player was unplugged. So I decided to make sure everything was properly plugged in as I've been switching decks out. Then I had to dust all the audio components, then I decided I needed to re-label the cables, then order the labels which won't arrive until Friday. So hopefully this disc contains the entire show and if it does, I'll put it up by this weekend.  Rolleyes
Cindy McArthur, Webmaster
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