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Lead Vocalist / Keyboardist George Frayne took on the stage name and persona of Commander Cody after co-founding the band in 1967. Although the group's style was often described in it's early days as country-rock, the Bay Area-based band had a harder-driving style ' and, as it's sci-fi-serial-based name would indicate, more of a sense of humor ' than other country-influenced artists coming along at the time down in Los Angeles, like the Eagles or Poco. The sounds of rockabilly, Western swing, jump blues, jazz and boogie-woogie piano figured into the band's free-wheeling style as readily as country, finding enthusiastic fans among followers of rock groups like the Grateful Dead, for whom Commander Cody sometimes opened, as well as devotees of more traditional music forms. In concert was always the best way to experience Commander Cody and this new 2 CD set features a plethora of previously unreleased live recordings showcasing the band in the '70s. $1.00 From Each Record Sold Will Be Donated To the American Cancer Society in the memory of George Frayne aka Commander Cody. DISC ONE: Hot Rod Lincoln, Lawny Miss Clawdy Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made A Loser Out Of Me) Blue Suede Shoes Seeds and Stems Again Blues Truck Stop Rock Down and Out Hey, Hey Hey, Hey Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar Lost In the Ozone Again Let It Rock Mama Tried Jailhouse Rock Milk Cow Blues Sea Cruise DISC TWO Riot In Cell Block #9 Good Rockin' Tonight Boppin' The Blues Wine Do Your Stuff Honeysuckle Honey Mama Hated Diesels Everybody's Doing it Shall We Meet (Beyond The River) Kentucky Hills Of Tennessee What's The Matter Now My Semi Truck Won't Start Looking At The World Through A Windshield, There's Good Rockin' Tonight, Jailhouse Rock
Lead Vocalist / Keyboardist George Frayne took on the stage name and persona of Commander Cody after co-founding the band in 1967. Although the group's style was often described in it's early days as country-rock, the Bay Area-based band had a harder-driving style ' and, as it's sci-fi-serial-based name would indicate, more of a sense of humor ' than other country-influenced artists coming along at the time down in Los Angeles, like the Eagles or Poco. The sounds of rockabilly, Western swing, jump blues, jazz and boogie-woogie piano figured into the band's free-wheeling style as readily as country, finding enthusiastic fans among followers of rock groups like the Grateful Dead, for whom Commander Cody sometimes opened, as well as devotees of more traditional music forms. In concert was always the best way to experience Commander Cody and this new 2 CD set features a plethora of previously unreleased live recordings showcasing the band in the '70s. $1.00 From Each Record Sold Will Be Donated To the American Cancer Society in the memory of George Frayne aka Commander Cody. DISC ONE: Hot Rod Lincoln, Lawny Miss Clawdy Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made A Loser Out Of Me) Blue Suede Shoes Seeds and Stems Again Blues Truck Stop Rock Down and Out Hey, Hey Hey, Hey Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar Lost In the Ozone Again Let It Rock Mama Tried Jailhouse Rock Milk Cow Blues Sea Cruise DISC TWO Riot In Cell Block #9 Good Rockin' Tonight Boppin' The Blues Wine Do Your Stuff Honeysuckle Honey Mama Hated Diesels Everybody's Doing it Shall We Meet (Beyond The River) Kentucky Hills Of Tennessee What's The Matter Now My Semi Truck Won't Start Looking At The World Through A Windshield, There's Good Rockin' Tonight, Jailhouse Rock
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Strange Adventures On Planet Earth
Artist: Commander Cody
Format: CD
New: Available $27.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. hOt Rod Lincoln
2. Lawny Miss Clawdy
3. Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)
4. What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made A Loser Out Of Me)
5. Blue Suede Shoes
6. Seeds and Stems Again
7. Blues
8. Truck Stop Rock
9. Down and Out
10. Hey, Hey Hey, Hey
11. Beat Me Daddy
12. Eight To The Bar
13. Lost In the Ozone Again
14. Let It Rock
15. Mama Tried
16. Jailhouse Rock
17. Milk Cow Blues
18. Sea Cruise
19. Riot In Cell Block # 9
20. Good Rockin'Tonight
21. Boppin'The Blues
22. Wine Do Your Stuff
23. Honeysuckle Honey
24. Mama Hated Diesels
25. Everybody's Doing it
26. Shall We Meet (Beyond The River)
27. Kentucky Hills Of Tennessee
28. What's The Matter
29. Now My Semi Truck
30. Won't Start
31. Looking At The World Through A Windshield,
32. There's Good Rockin'Tonight
33. Jailhouse Rock

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Lead Vocalist / Keyboardist George Frayne took on the stage name and persona of Commander Cody after co-founding the band in 1967. Although the group's style was often described in it's early days as country-rock, the Bay Area-based band had a harder-driving style ' and, as it's sci-fi-serial-based name would indicate, more of a sense of humor ' than other country-influenced artists coming along at the time down in Los Angeles, like the Eagles or Poco. The sounds of rockabilly, Western swing, jump blues, jazz and boogie-woogie piano figured into the band's free-wheeling style as readily as country, finding enthusiastic fans among followers of rock groups like the Grateful Dead, for whom Commander Cody sometimes opened, as well as devotees of more traditional music forms. In concert was always the best way to experience Commander Cody and this new 2 CD set features a plethora of previously unreleased live recordings showcasing the band in the '70s. $1.00 From Each Record Sold Will Be Donated To the American Cancer Society in the memory of George Frayne aka Commander Cody. DISC ONE: Hot Rod Lincoln, Lawny Miss Clawdy Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made A Loser Out Of Me) Blue Suede Shoes Seeds and Stems Again Blues Truck Stop Rock Down and Out Hey, Hey Hey, Hey Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar Lost In the Ozone Again Let It Rock Mama Tried Jailhouse Rock Milk Cow Blues Sea Cruise DISC TWO Riot In Cell Block #9 Good Rockin' Tonight Boppin' The Blues Wine Do Your Stuff Honeysuckle Honey Mama Hated Diesels Everybody's Doing it Shall We Meet (Beyond The River) Kentucky Hills Of Tennessee What's The Matter Now My Semi Truck Won't Start Looking At The World Through A Windshield, There's Good Rockin' Tonight, Jailhouse Rock

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