Buzzy sings his heart out as usual, and the rest of the all-star big few roster includes Laurence Juber on guitar, Nicky Hopkins on piano, Denny Seiwell on drums, Tim Bogert on bass, Alfred Johnson on organ, and Chris Huston on tambourine. Buzzy is an eclectic writer, and has written songs in just about every genre. Buzzy co-produced this recording with Moogy Klingman, an excellent musician, producer, and songwriter in his own right. It is one of the few songs on this album that does not have back-up singers.
Buzzy often used a soulful saxophone in his arrangements, as is heard in this recording. He learned percussion while in the Navy Band, and he uses that training to splendid effect in this production.
Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. My Way No Time 2. One Toke Over The Line 3. Teenage Head 4. Perfect Day 5. New Values 6. Walk On By 7. Friends 8. Money Honey 9. Sincerely Rich Girl 2. Count On Me 3. Damned If I Do 4. Mammy Blue 5. Troglodyte Cave Man 6. He began playing percussion for symphony at the age of seven, switching to vibraphone at ten.
At fourteen he entered the Cleveland Music School Settlement. Because of this training he led bands all through school and at the age of 18 entered the U. Navy School of Music as a percussionist.
Buzzy had a sister, Abby Linhart, and a brother, Gair Linhart. Linhart later released a series of solo albums from the late s to the mids starting with his Philips debut buzzy the title with a small "b" in In Linhart was signed to Eleuthra Records.
Although closely associated with the Greenwich Village folk-rock scene for much of his career, he recorded that first complete solo album in London and Wales with the Welsh prog-rock band Eyes of Blue serving as the backing band. In he recorded "Mr.- 4 SIDES OF BUZZY LINHART EP ON RED 12" VINYL Originally released in Buzzy Linhart was a part of the Folk/Rock scene in NYC. Recorded in Marvin Gaye's Hollywood studio features a who's who of musicians - Laurence Juber and Denny Seiwell of Wings, Nicky Hopkins, Tim Bogert, Pat Rizzo, & The Chambers Brothers.