Q438 Transcript

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(This tape was transcribed by Tom Graddon and Adrian Whicker. Graddon also identified the instrumental track “Georgetown Jam,” the first performance on the tape. The editors gratefully acknowledge their invaluable assistance.)

Side A

Distorted voices

Female: Let’s go!

One, two– This might take a while.

One, two, three, four

Song 1: Untitled instrumental track “Georgetown Jam”

Distorted voices

Female: One, two, three, four

Song 2. Cover of “Golden Time of Day” by Maze (1978)

Male singer (possibly Rev. Edward Moore – sounds like a more mature voice, definitely not Poncho Johnson or Shawn Baker):

There’s a time of the day when the sun settles down
That’s the golden time of day
At the end of the day the sun turns a golden glow
That’s the golden time of day
Ohh!
[Instrumental bridge]
Let me tell you, there’s a time in your life when you find who you are
That’s the golden time of day
In your mind you will find you’re a bright shining star
That’s the golden time of day
Ohh!
[Instrumental bridge]
Sunday morning can’t you see, shining for you and me
Sunday morning can’t you see, shining for you and me
Oooh!
Sunday morning can’t you see, shining for you and me
Sunday morning can’t you see, shining for you and me
Ooh, can’t you see, shining for you and me
[tape edit]
Song 1 “Georgetown Jam” returns briefly
Distorted voices
One, two, three, four

Song 3: “Cruisin’ on the Cudjoe” (Instrumental)

Female: One, two, three, four

Song begins.

Female: Take two, take two. One, two, one, two, three, four

Song 4: “Everybody’s Talkin’ at Me,” by Nilsson

Female singer (likely Marthea Hicks):

Everybody’s talking about me
Can’t hear a word they’re saying
Only the echoes of their minds
People stop and staring
I can’t even see their faces
Only the shadows of their eyes
I’m going where the sun keeps shining
Through the pouring rain
Going where the weather suits my clothes
Banking over the northeast winds
Sailing on a summer breeze
Skipping over the ocean like a stone
[Instrumental Bridge]
Everybody’s talking about me
I can’t hear a word they’re saying
Only the echoes of their minds
People stop and staring
I can’t even see their faces
Only the shadows of their eyes
I’m going where the sun keeps shining
Through the pouring rain
Going where the weather suits my clothes
Banking over the northeast winds
Sailing on a summer breeze
Skipping over the ocean like a stone
Ooh oo-ooh
Oo-ooh
Oo-ooh

Song 5: Practice Session covering “Feel Like Making Love.” by Roberta Flack

Female: One, two, three, play it like you know it

Female duet: Strolling in the park
Watching winter turn to spring
Walking in the dark
Seeing lovers do their thing
That’s the time I feel like making love –
[interrupted – musicians continue quietly in the background]
[indistinct male speaking]
Female Soloist: Oh (pause) [to musicians:] Four
(key change)
Strolling in the park
Watching winter turn to spring
Strolling in the dark
(music ends)

[Indistinct conversation]

End of side A

Side B

Song 6: Percussion instrumental lasting approximately 30 seconds

[Indistinct chatter] [tape edit]

Second percussion instrumental lasting approximately 30 seconds

[Indistinct chatter, possible crowd noise]

[Silence]

[tape edit]

Balance of side B is silence

Originally posted on May 14th, 2022.

Last modified on May 16th, 2022.
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