Wednesday, April 8, 2009



"WORKING" is the most obscure of the 3 Jameson albums. Because of this far less attention has been paid to this work, which continues to be the case today. Other than my friend at "ECHOES IN THE WIND" and a couple of other music blogs almost no one has ever heard this recording until now. There is no built in interest for this album like there was for "COLOR HIM IN" and CHRIS LUCEY'S "SONGS OF PROTEST AND ANTI PROTEST". The other two recordings have been re-released on CD "WORKING" has not. As I have moved into this particular segment of the Bobby Jameson story, aka disaster, the interest has fallen off, proving that there is more interest in certain parts of the story than there is interest in the whole story.

Kind of like a buffet rather than a meal. People have stopped in to sample what they have a taste for and then leave with a doggy bag of scraps for later. Unfortunately for me, I am stuck with the whole thing, not only telling it, but living through it only to relive it again in the telling of it to you. Because there is such little interest in "WORKING" and what is contained musically "between the grooves" as it were, there may be some sort of shock value at hearing a country song like "BROKEN WINDOWS" which is one of the 3 songs I wrote on this album.

I'm sure if you take a chance and listen to some of this music from "WORKING" you just might find what my friend "WHITERAY" found, a highly personal creationby and artist, and an album cut in 1968 by the same human being that made "COLOR HIM IN" and "SONGS OF PROTEST". This is the only complete and accurate information and music resource on the planet regarding the musical career and life of Bobby Jameson(aka)Chis Lucey that exists. It is not here to make you like me or agree with me, it is here as an ongoing record of factual information. It's more like a museum than a blog for passers by. If you hear clicks and scratchy noises on all of the recordings from "WORKING" posted here, it's because they have been taken directly off 40 year old vinyl. Once again I must thank RED RHODES, JAMES BURTON, JERRY SCHEFF, BEN BENAY and TOXI FRENCH for their wonderful work.


  1. It 's great!!! Thanks for posting.

    MLA, from Belgium.

  2. Bobby,
    Why have so many of the YT music videos been removed from your blogs?

  3. sorry Phyllis...just put this back....along with some others....