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Al Gerber – Boogie Woogie Rhino

Brian Tremblay 18 November 2022 301

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Alan Gerber was a member of the ’60s and ’70s super group, Rhinoceros. The band was assembled by Paul Rothchild, the famed Doors producer, and the colourful Frazier Mohawk. Alan has played Sault Ste Marie before and is a fantastic boogie-woogie style player. In this episode, we talk about the first recording he made while he was in high school, under a subsidiary of Chess Records, his new single he recorded with former members of Rhinoceros, his time in Laurel Canyon, and playing his songs for Joni Mitchell. Of course, we talk his connection with Sault Ste Marie’s Tim Ryan and Bob Yeomans of Jackson Hawke.

  1. The Pain and the Wine
  2. Catfish in the Hole
  3. Uncle Boogie
  4. Its You I’m Thinking Of
  5. Money Can’t Save You
  6. Apricot Brandy
  7. When You Say You’re Sorry
  8. I Will Serenade You
  9. Sigmund’s Blues
  10. Candy Red Cadillac Ride

Part 2

  1. Lucinda
  2. Four Riders
  3. Glad Dead
  4. Feed Myself
  5. Dog Dog
  6. Made That Way
  7. Leave Your Old Fish At Home
  8. Y’all I Need
  9. Movin’ In


“The oldest, truest, most beautiful organ of music, the origin to which alone our music owes its being, is the human voice.”

– richard wagner

Al Gerber

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