Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé - David Teegarden - Experimental Groundwork album download
|A3||Ain't Good To You||2:55|
|A4||Dancing In The Street||3:30|
|A5||Don't Cry No More||4:00|
|B2||Let It Roll||2:47|
|B7||Give Away None Of My Love||3:05|
- Drums, Vocals – David Teegarden
- Engineer – Artie Fields, Dean Mounts, George Semkiw, Mark Smith
- Guitar, Slide Guitar – Mike "Monk" Bruce*
- Organ, Piano, Vocals, Pedal Steel Guitar – Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé*
- Producer – Jim Cassily
- Saxophone, Flute – Pat "Taco" Ryan*
- Tambourine – Jack Ashford
Notes"All of some of the tunes
Some of all of the tunes
were recorded under hypnosis"
Distributed by GRT of Canada LTD. 150 Consumers Rd., Willowdale, Ontario, Canada
1973 Westbound Records Inc.
- Gatefold with photos inside
- Psychedelic arrow Westbound label
- "Give Away None of My Love" misspelled on label as "Give Away Non Of My Love"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 9198-2019 S1 TD
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 9198-2019 S2-2 TD
|WB 2019||Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé - David Teegarden*||Experimental Groundwork (LP, Album)||Westbound Records||WB 2019||US||1973|
|WB 2019||Teegarden & Van Winkle||Experimental Groundwork (LP, Album, Promo)||Westbound Records||WB 2019||US||1973|
Teegarden & Van Winkle were an American musical duo, composed of Skip (Knape) Van Winkle (electronic organ, organ pedal bass, vocals), and David Teegarden (drums, vocals). Formed in Tulsa, they took their folksy rock to Detroit. Their single "God, Love and Rock & Roll", which borrowed heavily from "Amen", peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1970
Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé - David Teegarden – Experimental Groundwork. Label: Westbound Records – WB 2019. Organ, Piano, Bass, Vocals – Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé. Producer – Jim Cassily. Saxophone, Flute – Pat "Taco" Ryan.
Drums – David Teegarden. Guitar – Mike "Monk" Bruce. Skip "Van Winkle" Knapé - David Teegarden. Experimental Groundwork (LP, Album).
Teegarden & Van Winkle reunited for another album, Radioactive, in 1997. In 2012, Knape was working and recording with the Stronghold Rockin Blues Quest in Southern California. He can be seen in the Strong Rhythm and Blues Quartet's video "Big Girl" featuring Chuck Strong on drums and vocals. In 2016, Van Winkle began performing every Tuesday night at Bergie's steakhouse in Santa Clarita, California. Skip (Knape) Van Winkle died on 27 November 2018 at age 7. .Skip (Knape) Van Winkle 1971. On Our Way (Westbound, 1972). Experimental Groundwork (Westbound, 1973). David Teegarden is a member of the 1960s and 1970s psych-rock group Teegarden & Van Winkle. He is a resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Teegarden has worked with many musicians including J. J. Cale, Eric Clapton, Joe Walsh, and Bob Seger.
After meeting while backing local rockabilly singer Gene Crose, the two later reunited in the group Skip and the Blue Tones before going their separate ways, with Knape touring behind singer/guitarist Rodney Lay and Teegarden remaining a fixture of the Tulsa club circuit. On Our Way followed in 1972, and a year later the duo issued Experimental Groundwork, an album recorded under the influence of hypnotherapy. It was Teegarden and Van Winkle's final LP for close to a quarter century, with the duo reuniting in 1997 for Radioactive.
Skip Knapé and David Teegarden were a duo based in Detroit who put out a number of albums from the late 60's to early 70's. Their sound was remarkably full despite the fact that the only instrumentation was organ and drums. Reminds me a bit of what Brian Auger was doing around this time, and also perhaps a touch of that great organ-based trio out of Manchester, The Peddlers. Both members went on to play with Bob Sege. ut let's not hold that against them ;-)) With contributions by the mysterious "Jimbo", a possible alias for Bob Seger on noises (tambourine, maracas.
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