Don sugarcane harris keep on driving

The new songs include the gentle, acoustic folk ballads “News From Colorado” and “The Girl on the Mountain.” “Fixin’ to Die,” on the other hand, is a dark shout from the hell of Death Row. “The Firebreak Line” returns Earle to his pile-driving, country-rock roots. “You Broke My Heart” is a sweet, simple salute to the 1950s sounds of Webb Pierce or Carl Smith.   “Walkin’ in .” is a twanging country shuffle. The guitar-heavy “Sunset Highway” is an instant-classic escape song. And the deeply touching “Goodbye Michelangelo ” is Steve Earle’s farewell to his mentor, Guy Clark, who passed away last year.  “ It was written right after me and Rodney Crowell and Shawn Camp and a few other folks had taken Guy’s ashes to Terry Allen’s house in New Mexico,” Earle says. “I was only 19 when I came to Nashville. Guy and Susanna Clark finished raising me. Guy was a great cheerleader for me.”

24 Pesos - a unique and energetic take on the blues. "One of the most exciting bands in the UK" - Paul Jones
Geoff Achison - Australia-based blues-rock guitarist
Gaye Adegbalola - Bitter-sweet blues from ex-Uppity Blues Woman
After Hours - valiant blues virtuosos, every gig carries a government health warning!
Tommy Allen - Urban cutting edge of modern blues rock
Kimberly 'KC' Allison - "Old, New, Borrowed and Blues" from up and coming guitarist KC
The Amen Boogie Blues Band - Chicago-style blues from the Medina Delta on the Isle of Wight
Jon Amor - Funky rock and blues from ex-Hoax guitar wizard
The Lyndon Anderson Band  - Ace harp and bluesy vocals
Gwyn Ashton - rock-blues guitar master from Down Under
Sandy Atkinson is a charmer of the red hot mama variety: Piedmont blues
Atlanta Roots - hardy perennial 5 piece Blues/Rock band based in the North West
Baby Isaac - swing, rhythm & blues and jazz, from Scotland
Back Door Slam - Blues/Rock Trio with a hint of Celtic-ness
Back Porch Band - foot stomping, up tempo blues, skiffle and even rock & roll, from Suffolk
Don Baker - blues harp maestro, musician and actor!
Dino Baptiste - Welcome to the boogie room!
The Barcodes - Don't keep your distance!
The Barflys - Worcester-based rhythm and blues band
The Johnny Bartee Band - Razorblade blues energy
Basil's Ballsup Band - the South West's premier providers of a curious night out!
Lee Bates & Billy Newton - classic guitar/harmonica duo
Norman Beaker Band - emotion, excitement, humour, blues!
Joe Beale Blues Band - Midlands rhythm and blues with attitude
Chuck Beattie  - Chicago Style Blues from North Carolina
William Bell - Stax-Volt soul legend
Be?a & Radvanyi  - delta style duo from Slovakia, home of the DobroFest
Roger Betts - old pro from SE England... sometimes you just gotta play the blues
Eric Bibb - "Bibb is just about stunning", fine solo artist
The Robin Bibi Band - The language of your soul
The Big Blue - hard gigging three-piece blues/rock band
Big Dez - Texas style blues band from France
Big Gilson - guitar blues from Brazil
Blackjacks - Chicago jump blues and swing to Texas R&B, Looziana Swamp and Cajun: we've got the lot!
Black River Bluesman - and Bad Mood Hudson, blues & roots from Finland
The Blind Dead McJones Band - "the blues isn't dead, it's just hard to find"
Blind Hope - blues and boogie from the Scottish Borders
Rory Block - "the finest contemporary purveyor of the Mississippi Delta Country Blues tradition"
Blo-Weevils - London-based 'Raw-Jump-Boogie' band
Roxi and the Blue Cats - dynamic 6 piece blues / rock band
Blue Dubh - authentic blues feel, dirty harmonica, lazy slide and soulful vocals, from Scotland (also on MySpace )
Blue Heat 550 - from London, England, keeping the dust off Muddy's shoes
Blue On Black - music tinged with the flavour of the blues and played with honest energy
The Blue Pearls - a band from Sweden playing the blues music they love
Blue Rhythm Methodists - the band of the late Pigmeat Pete Smith
Andy Lester's Blue Train - Fresh mid-Atlantic Blues, add a little rock, sprinkle with some folk..
The Blue Voodoo - unique blend of acoustic roots and blues-rock from Vancouver
The Bluebirds - Welcome, rhythm and blues lovers, to Sweden's finest!
Blues Abuse - London blues from Steve Morrison
Blues At Ten - paying tribute to the best of blues, classic rock and R'n'B
The Blues Band - Britain's finest, most skilled practitioners in the art of the blues
The Blues Buddahs - fabulous Glasgow based 4 piece electric blues band
Blues Business - blues with energy & direction from a bunch of guys with a passion for their music and for having fun!
The Blueshounds - top notch fast paced rocking blues from the North of England ( MySpace )
BluesMix - London based band playing a blend of funky, soulful Blues
BluesMove - cutting edge blues, grooves with an intensity to make you move
Blues'n'Trouble - Britain's meanest and cleanest blues merchants
Blues On the Road is the live event performed by exemplary blues guitarist and composer Chris Gibbons
Blues State UK - a surprise from the heart of Wales
Bluesy Train - folk, blues acoustique, Francais!
Bone Box - "Working the Ribald Ratio" between indie and blues
The Boogie Band - well and truly British and boogie they certainly do!
Boogie Bone - indie blues band form Portland, Oregon
Claude Bourbon - The frog with the blues!
Bourbon Street Revival - "Norbiton's hottest R&B band"
Geoff Bradford - nearly a Rolling Stone and of one of the best kept secrets of the British Blues
Eugene 'Hideaway' Bridges - "at the top of his game with nothing to prove", UK via Louisiana and Texas
Kevin Brown - top UK slide player and songwriter
Oli Brown - new up and coming blues wizard from Britain
Bob Brozman - travelling the world of music
The Bullfrog Band  - miss them at your peril!
Solomon Burke - The King of 'Rock and Soul'
Adrian Byron Burns - the Funky Troubadour, too good to be ignored!
Pikey Butler's Jumpin' Five - diggin' the roots of rhythm' n' blues
Wayne Buttery and the Groove Project - all Canadian big band blues with a groove
The Cadillac Kings - Premium quality jump blues and swing
Cadillac Blues - top blues guitar and vocals from one of the UK's most experienced bands. Free MP3 downloads.
John Campbell - tribute site to the late great blues guitarist
Canned Heat - the official Canned Heat home page
Oliver Carpenter - and his blues projects
Catfish Keith - his string-twanging home on the web
Roland Chadwick - Australian master guitarist and composer
Chickenbone Blues - one of Birmingham's premier acoustic blues outfits
Chicken Legs Weaver - 'Awesomely deranged punk-blues trio' - The Guardian
Leszek Cichonski - Polish blues-rock guitarist - play your blues on the site's menu buttons!
Mick Clarke - rock-blues guitar at it's best!
Classic Clapton - - performed by After Midnight - tribute to Eric
Steve 'Big Man' Clayton - Wilkommen to this boogie woogie piano-pounder
Climax Blues Band - the official web site
Coalhouse Walker - the soul and passion only the blues can deliver
Sugarcane Collins - Antipodean singer/songwriter
Jim Condie - the perfect accompaniment; superb guitarist
Tribute site to Johnny Copeland
Chris Corcoran - one of the most sought after guitarists on the UK blues and music scene
Paul Corry - modern blues/roots with a British edge
The Danny Cowan Group - If you like your guitar 'Texas Hot', you've come to the right place!
Paul Cox and his excellent band Soul Intention
John Crampton - Foot stompin' Brighton blues
Jim Crawford - consummate finger picker and slide guitarist
Robert Cray - The leading light of electric blues guitar and soulful vocals
Steve Cropper - biog and the story behind the making of the great soul songs
Crosscut Saw - Leeds' finest exponents of the blues (MySpace page here )
Shannon Curfman - Young, beautiful and talented
The Tony D Band - Juno Award winning Blues artist
Dagmar and The Seductones - high-voltage vintage roots rock band based in Northern Virginia, USA
Caroline Dahl - boogie-woogie, rhythm & blues, country swing from San Francisco
Maria Daines - British rock & blues outfit on the road in 2006 with a 5 piece line up
Gilly Darbey - "fall in love with the feel, sensuality and emotion in Gilly's voice"
Cyril Davies - web site dedicated to documenting the unsung father of the British Blues harp
Boo Boo Davis - "Little Milton re-incarnated as backstreet signifier"
Guy Davis - renaissance bluesman and an artist who defies the rural blues myth
Heaven Davis - the 'Wild Child'. You don't want to miss her!
Delta Blue - plank-spanking rhythm and boogie!
Delta Moon - honky-tonk delta-billy blues!
The Detonators - refreshing melting pot of R&B, funk, swing and blues
Jim Diamond and The Groove Syndicate - Somewhere, somehow!
Dirk Diggler's Blues Revue - goodtime blues in these turbulent times
Dana Dixon  - Full-blooded female harp player and blues singer
Bo Diddley - The Originator: a celebration of his unique contribution to popular music
Dr. Blue - The official bootleg website of top Yorkshire blues band
Dr. Harp's Medicine Band - write me a prescription for the blues!
Dr. Feelgood - Sarfend's finest keep on rockin'
Dr. Slide - Blues from East Germany
Doghouse Riley - one step beyond the blues
Do$ch - energetic, no frills Feelgood style R'n'B
Mike Dowling - Blues, vintage swing, ragtime and originals played with grace, wit, and dazzling proficiency
Kent DuChaine - Keeping the delta blues style alive
Robert Ealey - memorial site for the Texas bluesman
Eddie and The Hot Rods - Offical website for British R&Bers
The Elevators - The best live guitarocentric electric blues
Johan Eliasson - aka Bottleneck John, blues singer - guitar player - songwriter
Dave Ellis Blues - solo or with a band, Dave's the man!
Ken Emerson - sliding vintage Hawaiian blues
The Fabulous Ducks - poultry in motion!
Fabulous Thunderbirds - The blues world's greatest
Chris Farlowe - consummate rocker, British legend
Richard Ray Farrell - plays the real blues, steeped in tradition but stamped with his own voice
Mary Flower - supreme fingerstyle Peidmont acoustic blues
Sue Foley - Canadian blues guitarist - she's rather wonderful!
Clare Free - fine UK electric guitarist and singer
Perry Freeman  - Blues at Midnight: Chicago country blues
French Cookin' - keepin' the Blues alive in the New York / Metro area
The Henrik Frieschlader Band - one of Germany's best bluesrock bands
G. Love and Special Sauce - Special sauce for you online?
Rory Gallagher - the official site
Al Gare - the nation's favourite double bass player!
Ray Gelato - Ray's Giants: the big sound of real swing music!
Gerry Gillard - contemporary blues songwriter based in the Lake District
Dana Gillespie - British blues diva
Glebestreet - power trio blues-rock outfit from Tayside, Scotland
David Gogo - adds heart, soul and grit to the international blues scene
Memo Gonzalez and the Bluescasters - 300 pounds of Tex Mex dynamite
Lil' Ian Goodsman - fine acoustic bluesman
Ramon Goose - British blues guitarist and producer of Boo Boo Davis and Billy Jones
Jay Gordon - six string outlaw!
Otis Grand - Playing the blues for you
Grapevine Blues - "Either as a Duo or Band it's great Blues"
Henry Gray - Louisiana keyboard player and Grammy nominee
Earl Green - A Different Picture of the blues from this British blues award winner
Peter Green - "...I've got to say that, I'm sorry, Peter Green is the best." - BB King
Corrina Greyson  - a new generation of British blues
Groanbox  - Old Time American Blues, Folk, Rags, and Minstrel Songs
Dennis Gruenling  - Jump blues harmonica the way it ought to be played
Andy Gunn - The story so far
Steve Guyger - One of the world’s most underrated blues harp players. Period!
Lisa Haley  - Joyful, dance-on-the-table Mardi Gras zydeco rhythms
Bob Hall - Music for your heart, hands and feet from this boogie pianoman
The Hamsters - Hendrix, ZZ Top and Hamster Jam from Britain's favourite rodent rockers!
MC Hansen  - Americana from Denmark
James Harman - Harpmeister extraordinaire!
Jo Harman - "a riveting performer with an exceptional blues-fuelled voice that rivals any of the very brightest names."
The Harpbreakers - Fine UK blues blasters
Rich Harper Blues Band - fine slide guitarist from LA
Harpin' On - blues harp, swamp and rock and roll from Bournemouth, UK
Pete Harris Blues - active on the south Coast blues scene for nearly 30 years
Alvin Youngblood Hart - "the cosmic American love child of Howlin Wolf and Link Wray!"
Dick Heckstall-Smith - Dick's life, work, and his battle against musical preconceptions, prejudices, and boundaries
Billy Hector - multi award-winning roots rockin' funky blues fretmaster
Helium Soul - " I've seen them twice now and they're superb......stunning!" - Kenney Jones
Hershey And The 12 Bars stand out from the pack!
The Hightown Crows - Dorset's finest rockabilly blues outfit
Hills & Lemelin combine the best in traditional and Piedmont style acoustic blues
Hitman Blues Band - featuring blues guitarist Russell ‘Hitman' Alexander from New York City
Hokum! - Blues 'Chicago style'
Hokum Hotshots - '20s and '30s, blues, jazz, vaudeville, old timey, western swing, Hawaiian and Hokum!
Hollowbone - blues duo going down a storm in the south west of England
The Hoodoo Houndz - funky blues band from the Rugby & Coventry area
Steve Hooker  - rhythm'n'blues with a rockabilly twang
Jools Holland - Brit piano pounder and all-round media star
Roger Hubbard - legendary British blues singer and slide guitarist
Al Hughes - Scottish blues singer/songwriter
James Hunter - " of the best kept secrets in British R'n'B and Soul. Check him out. " - Van Morrison

During the early 1970s, Sugarcane fronted the Pure Food and Drug Act which included drummer Paul Lagos, guitarists Harvey Mandel and Randy Resnick , and bassist Victor Conte , who was the founder of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative (BALCO). Conte replaced Larry Taylor who was the original bass player. His first solo album (with back cover art by underground poster artist Rick Griffin ) is a forgotten masterpiece of blues, jazz, classical and funk compositions, and his 1973 live album Sugarcane's Got The Blues, recorded at the Berlin Jazz Festival show an accomplished musician at the top of his game. [ citation needed ]

For legions of Americans, the iconic Capitol orange & yellow swirl 45rpm label is synonymous with The Beach Boys and/or The Beatles, and a time in US history when California was at the center of our cultural revolution. For me, however, it represents Capitol's impressive–albeit largely obscure–catalog of 1960's soul and R&B.

Capitol began the 60s with a stable of whitebread hitmakers such as The Kingston Trio, The Four Preps & The Four Freshmen, along with a revolving door of teens, TV stars & novelty acts. Thankfully, that all changed in 1963–first with the arrival of Surf Music, and then with the British Invasion. (One thing that didn't change, however, was Capitol's lucrative country music roster; roughly 25% of the releases in this discography are country.)

Simultaneously, Capitol was also producing top-notch soul music from studios in California, Nashville & New York; but while classy, soulful acts like Nat King Cole, Nancy Wilson & Lou Rawls frequently hit the charts, relatively few of the other soul releases made a dent, and most disappeared without a trace. So when I went surfing for a discography to identify these lost soul sides, I was surprised to find that there wasn't one.

Until now.

I've added some general notes and trivia below:

1. This discography is for 45rpm singles that follow the numeric numbering system associated with the main Capitol label only, which include a few Deltone, Colossal, KEF, Trump, Chips & Apple releases. Subsidiary labels that have unique numbering series like Tower, Sidewalk & Uptown are not included. I'll add another discography for promo/custom singles in the future.

2. The orange & yellow "swirl" design replaced Capitol's long-standing purple label, and was in use (in the .) from December 1961 until March 1969. However, earlier hits–like Robert Mitchum's "The Ballad Of Thunder Road" [#3986] from 1958 (which surprisingly re-entered the Hot 100 Chart in early 1962) were repressed/reissued on the swirl label.

3. During the swirl's inaugural period, a few releases were pressed with both purple & swirl labels, which makes it difficult to pinpoint the swirl's actual debut. The earliest example I've found is Bobby Edwards' "What's The Reason" [#4674] from December, 1961.

4. Many of the records listed are extremely rare & hard to find, and in a couple of cases, only one or two copies are known to exist (. "Address Unknown" by The Baystaters).

5. Capitol's numbering system is very confusing because they reused the same series numbers: the 2000 & 3000 series from the 50s were recycled in the late 60s & early 70s, and the 4000 & 5000 series were reused in the 70s & 80s. To add confusion, the LP 2000 series that started in 1963 ran concurrently with the later 2000 series of 45s.

6. Capitol 45s typically sound awful--even those that have never been played--due in part to the company's notorious practice of recycling vinyl. The bulk of 45s were pressed either at the Los Angeles plant (identified by an asterisk or star in the run-out deadwax on each side) or the Scranton, PA plant (identified by a triangular IAM stamp in the run-out deadwax on each side.) I've found that the Scranton pressings sound marginally better.

7. In July, 1968, Capitol switched to a design where the label size was reduced to accommodate a patented ridged ring that would prevent slippage when 45s were stacked on a turntable. This is also when they began routinely issuing singles in Stereo.

8. Red entries in the discography are unreleased or currently unknown.

9. Yellow entries are tentative and need verification. If you have info on these or unknown titles--or corrections--please send me an email with proof , preferably a label scan.

10. I'll complete the Stereo/Mono listings over time.

11. I've embedded some Amazon product links for tracks that are legitimately available on CD or mp3. The process is ongoing and is by no means intended to be comprehensive. I won't link to products that are of dubious copyright or mastering (translation: bootlegs and vinyl transfers).

12. If a song placed on Billboard's Hot 100, Country, R&B or Adult-Contemporary charts, its highest position is listed in [brackets] after the title.

13. This discography is © copyrighted.

*The DATE column reflects a general calendar timeline, when the bulk of releases appeared in Billboard singles reviews. Records were not released in numeric order, so actual release dates (when known) may differ from the calendar. Capitol briefly used a release date code on the label from September 1962 to August 1964 (which I'll add later).

Based on this strong foundation provided by our EBI experiences, the revision of the EBI began in 2016 by seeking participation of additional corporate partners.

Band –Don ‘Sugarcane’ Harris
Album –Keep On Driving
Year –2017
Genre – Jazz Rock
Country –USA
Quality – MP3 CBR 320 KBPS

1. Keep On Driving (4:07)
2. Blues On The Moon (6:50)
3. Which Way Is The Bathroom (4:03)
4. Desiree (8:45)
5. Almost Broke (5:56)
6. Coitus Interruptus (4:55)
7. Remember The Past (9:57)

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