lurid wrote: ↑26 Mar 2019 21:10yes excellent research as always Alfredo. I also remember the Sterling quote about "WGO" but I can't remember the source. The writing credist for "Foggy" have always been very strange. Hy Weiss? I don't think we ever got to the bottom of that one.alfredovu wrote: ↑26 Mar 2019 20:37The That’s The Story of My Life version with Cale on Viola is on Crawdaddy August 1968 issue (Inevitable pag 271)
Most if not all the 3rd Album was composed while Cale was in the band. Also some of the songs recorded for the Lost Album: I Cant Stand it, Foggy Notion, Move Right In, Ride Into the Sun. As i said in my previous post i know Ocean was recorded with Cale May 1968 at TTG studios.
From top of my head was Sterling who referred how good was the organ on What Goes On during the summer of 1968 live performances with Cale
Yes, Yule got Credits on Foggy, but the song was &rom the Cale days: Vibrations Sept 1968, San Diego Union June 15, 1968 both artcicles mention the song in their concert reviews
I feel like it must be the UPTIGHT book as I've read that too.
Interesting stuff. I was thinking that we could eliminate the '68 date, and '66 seems so odd, but then I look at the other setlists from 1967 and the Poor Richard's setlist doesn't resemble any of them. The '67 setlists from April, May and August at the Gymnasium and the Boston Tea Party are all somewhat similar to each other. So it's a real anomaly, which just brings me back to the Poor Richard's in 1966 which is the real true anomaly of all their shows.