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01 What's the matter now
02 Midnight shift
03 When my blue moon turns to gold again
04 My bucket's got a hole in it
05 Honky tonkin'
06 Mountain dew
07 Midnight shift
08 I ain't got nothin' but time
09 Cravin' your love
10 Daddy's gonna treat you right
11 I'm satisfied with you
12 Honky tonk song
13 Cravin' your love
14 Back to Tennessee
15 Semi-Truck
16 What's the matter now?
17 Stranded in the jungle
01 I ain't never
02 First I look at the pure
03 The shadow knows
04 Get it
05 Boppin' the blues
06 Rip it up
07 Jambalaya
08 Shout Bamalama
09 Hot rod lincoln
10 It should've been me
11 Back to Tennessee
12 Lawdy Miss Clawdy
13 Lookin' at the world through awindshield
14 (I'm gonna) burn that woman
15 Big River
16 What's the matter now?
17 Semi-truck
18 Lost in the ozone
Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen were one of the great Roots music groups of the late 1960’s and 1970’s. They laid the groundwork for what would come to be known as the Americana genre. The airmen did it all, boogie woogie, country and western, blues, swing and classic Rock n Roll. The group moved to San Francisco in the summer of 1969 and was almost immediately established as a force to be reckoned with. They regularly played the Fillmore West and Family Dog as well as many other venues and outdoor shows. By late 1970 they attracted the attention of several record companies and signed with ABC subsidiary Paramount Records in 1971. Their debut album called “Lost In The Ozone” (featuring cover art by Frayne), was brimming over with great songs and one “Hot Rod Lincoln” hit number 9 in the pop charts the following year.
This 2CD set goes right back to the beginning and shows us how the Airmen came together and includes rare early jam sessions and classic live performances.
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