Published in 1976. Rear notes by Robert Laurence (SD Union Tribune)
Side story- Stephen Bishop submits a song to KGB’s Homegrown Album series. The submission is rejected because it is on cassette, not reel-to-reel. Stephen Bishop releases the song, On And On, on his first album and becomes a national sensation.
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Details from Rear Cover, click to enlarge-
Songs: (all music recorded at 320kbps into MP3s. Typical file size for each song is 5-7megabytes).
1. Singing Celebration (Don Auten)
2. Singing My Way to San Diego (Bill Kaplan)
3. Leucadia (Diana Monzeglio & Sara Ecke)
4. The Alonzo F. Horton Memorial Rag (Hunt ‘n’ Peck)
5. Toll Bridge Refugee (Island)
6. Light of the City (John Slowiczek, Ron Satterfield, & Jan Tober)
1. Never Walk Away (Listen)
2. I Can See The Point (Pete Filacio & The Fantasy Band)
3. Sunnyside Sadie (James Francis Lamont)
4. Logan Avenue Blues (Ted Picou & Good News)
5. Logan Heights(Pillars of Society)
6. Rollin’ Home (Southbound)
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