Playing tracks by
James Taylor, Little River Band, Loggins & Messina, Gordon Lightfoot, America and more.
Can a set have a “wilderness” mood? This 1-hour set seems to elicit that mood, yet stays on a mainstream path most of the time. The song “Woodstock” by Matthews Southern Comfort, while having been played a million times over the years, still takes me right back to that wilderness mood. The first 3 songs of this set are a remake of an original 1979 Greg Ramirez mix. The rest of the set is a remake of a set originally made on the Teac 3340 in the late seventies. Some of more obscure songs on this set include “Cornwall Blank” from America’s 1972 “Homecoming” album, “Remember” from the 1975 Baker Gurvitz Army album, “Elysian Encounter,” “Snowblind Friend” from the 1970 ”Steppenwolf 7” album, “Highway Rider Riff” from Sailcat’s 1972 “Motorcycle Mama” album, “Blueridge Epitaph” from Mary McCaslin’s 1970 out-of-print “Goodnight Everybody” album, and Mason Williams (of “Classical Gas” fame) with Manha de Carnival from his 1971 “Music” album. I hope you enjoy the mood.