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AMBOY DUKES
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AMBOY DUKES
WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

April 17, 2009. For those of you in the Detroit area, the 18th annual Detroit Music Awards will include a live performance by the reunited original Amboy Dukes.

November 23, 2008. Some early Amboy Dukes live recordings are currently on the market hoping to find a label interested in creating a live CD. These shows were recorded using a Sony TC-630 2-TK, 1/4 TK @ 7.5 ips, with a Sony mixer, and two Sony mics. These tapes have been kept in a climate controlled environment. The band features Ted Nugent, Greg Arama, Andy Solomon, and Dave Palmer. Andy was handling the lead vocals, except Ted's first attempt at singing lead on "Baby, Please Don't Go". The show was held at The Silverbell I', a ski resort off 1-75 North that did rock shows. The set was mostly from Migration, with a couple of songs off Journey and one from the self-titled debut. Scroll down to June 21, 1969 to see the complete set list.

August 10, 2007. I was just contacted by someone working on a compilation CD of recordings featuring Rusty Day, one of the vocalists with Amboy Dukes. If you have any rare studio or live recordings of Rusty Day (either as part of the Amboy Dukes or Detroit or ...) please contact me.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

March 10, 2001. It looks like I may have been premature in moving to a new web hosting site. I just found out that whenever Tripod.com is having hardware or software problems with their servers, they put up a message for the webmaster that their site is in violation of terms, and the web site has been deleted (instead of a message about system problems and try again later). Anyway, I believed Tripod.com when they said they deleted my account, so I will be moving, and making chromeoxide.com my new home on the web.

March 10, 2001. As long as I am moving my entire site, I decided to make a few changes to the layout of the individual pages, and the web site in general, including (but not limited to) I removed the counter, and moved the listings of mirror sites to the bottom of the page, ...

March 6, 2001. Sometime between March 1 to March 5, 2001 Tripod deleted my account/web site. The last stats Tripod gave me were 9,000+ visitors per month. Since my site is so popular, I have decided to keep it going, in spite of this major setback. But rather than trying to build up another free web site, and possibly deal with this problem again, I decided go with CommandLine.net to host the new chromeoxide.com.

February 12, 2001. The A&E channel production of a Biography of Ted Nugent will be broadcast on February 22, 2001.

January 17, 2001. The A&E channel is in the process of finishing up production on a Biography of Ted Nugent that they are planning on broadcasting the week of February 12, 2001 (sweeps week). Some of my vinyl albums of the Amboy Dukes will be used in this production, and I will be receiving screen credit.

October 31, 2000. The new Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages Message Board is provided by EZBoard.

December 31, 1999. I started creating this page. Happy New Year. Happy New Century. :-)

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AMBOY DUKES
INTRO:
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The Amboy Dukes was started in Chicago in 1966 by Ted Nugent while he was still quite young. His parents shortly moved back to Detroit, so Ted took his band with him. But he found it wasn't working out the way he wanted it, so he started replacing the band members from Chicago, with ones from Detroit.

The Amboy Dukes performed psychedelic rock, which is kind of funny, as Ted Nugent is very anti-drug. Between Teds' guitar prowess and stage performance, the band started making a name for themselves. However, since it was Teds' band, he continued to replace members (for various reasons including drug abuse). While Ted Nugent has gone on to greater fame and fortune under his own name, I liked the sound of the early band (and the vocalists).

The Amboy Dukes first record label was Mainstream. Their first album The Amboy Dukes peaked at #183 on the music charts. It was available in stereo as catalog number S/6104 and in mono as catalog number 56104. Psalms Of Aftermath has a dropout on the mono version on the stereo version there is no drop out.

Their second album, Journey To The Center Of The Mind did even better, reaching # 74 on the music charts. It too, was available in stereo as S/6104 and in a promo only version of mono as 56112. It was also released on the Capitol label (as a record club selection of the month). Its' catalog number was Capitol ST 91489 (the front says S/6112). On the import and promo copies, Dr. Slingshot is missing the John Drake vocals, Mississippi Murderer has a thinner sound (might be the same) and Surrender To Your Kings and Flight Of The Byrd are the same. On the CD version Journey To The Center Of the Mind starts with "tap tap".

Their third album Migration was available as stereo S/6118 and mono (in the UK only) on London HAT 8392. The import album has the butchered Prodigal Man man we are used to it, and Loaded For Bear has no high school stuff at the end.

There are a few differences between the vinyl and CD releases. The CD has a shorter version of Prodigal Man than the original LP. The track transitions have been changed as well. In particular, the CD has removed the deliberate scratchy vinyl sound at the beginning of "I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent".

As always, you need to be aware that not all reissues contain the bonus tracks.

While Amboy Dukes did release a few more albums after that before breaking up, the only original member was Ted Nugent. And thus the sound was different enough that I decided not to cover that version on my page. However, I was recently visited by a knowledgable fan with some info on them, so I will mention it here as well.

Marriage On The Rocks/Rock Bottom, included a lyric sheet with the original release of the album, but not with the reissues.

Survial Of The Fittest reached # 129 on the music charts.

In the where are they now department:

There is a new Steve Farmer and The Amboy Dukes CD. Rick Lober assists. Steve Farmer is also in Babylonian Tiles.

Bill White is currently in a band called the Diamond Dukes out of Flat Rock Michigan (they have a CD out), and are in the studio and working on their next CD.

John Drake car salesman Detroit area.

Dave Palmer, is now a Grammy and Emmy award winning recording engineer.
Musicians he has worked with include: Jimi Hendrix, Alice Cooper, Elton John, Kiki Dee, Carly Simon, Rod Stewart, Humble Pie, Bay City Rollers, Chet Atkins, George Benson, Earl Klugh, Jaco Pastorius, Al DiMeola, Chick Corea, Art Farmer, Grover Washington Jr., Patti Austin, Lena Horne, Eddie Palmieri, Cactus, Return To Forever, Faces, Mandrill, ...
Soundtracks he has worked on include: Popeye, A Perfect Couple, Health, Xena Warrior Princess, Hercules - The Legendary Journies, ABC After School Specials, ABC Wide World Of Entertainment, ...

Andy Solomon does TV jingles in the Pittsburgh area.

Ted Nugent did very well as a solo performer and with Darned Yankees.

Greg Arama died in a motorcycle accident.

Rusty Day is dead.

Robert De La Grange (Rob Grange) LA realtor.

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

Chrome Oxide
P.O.Box 8106
Mission Hills, CA 91346-8106

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AMBOY DUKES
Personnel
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PERSONNEL: 1967
        John Drake - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar
        Rick Lober - keyboards
        Bill White - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums

PERSONNEL: 1968
        John Drake - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar, vocal
        Andy Solomon - keyboards, vocals
        Greg Arama - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums

PERSONNEL: 1969
        Rusty Day - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar, vocal
        Andy Solomon - keyboards, vocals
        Greg Arama - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums
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Amboy Dukes
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Amboy Dukes' front cover GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Amboy Dukes' back cover

PERSONNEL: 1967
        John Drake - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar
        Rick Lober - keyboards
        Bill White - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums

STUDIO SESSION: 1967 The Amboy Dukes
(released December 1967)
        Baby Please Don't Go
        I Feel Free
        Young Love
        Psalms Of Aftermath
        Colors
        Let's Go Get Stoned
        Down On Philips Escalator (D.O.P.E.)
        The Lovely Lady
        Night Time
        It's Not True
        Gimme Love
bonus tracks
        J.B.Special (recorded after 1st album for use as next 45, but not released at that time)
        Sobbin' In My Mug Of Beer (record label audition, predates album sessions)
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Journey To The Center Of The Mind
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Journey To The Center Of The Mind' front cover GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Journey To The Center Of The Mind' back cover

PERSONNEL: 1968
        John Drake - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar, vocal
        Andy Solomon - keyboards, vocals
        Greg Arama - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums

LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1967 The Hullabaloo, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1967 Southfield High School, MI (w-mc2)

LIVE SHOW: December 2-3, 1967 The Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI (w-zap)
LIVE SHOW: December 9, 1967 The Fifth Dimension, Ann Arbor, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: December 21, 1967 The Crow's Nest East, St. Clair Shores, MI (w-mc3) (Opening Night!)

LIVE SHOW: January 19-20, 1968 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4)

STUDIO SESSION: 1968 - 45
(released 1968)
        You Talk Sunshine, I Breathe Fire

STUDIO SESSION: 1968 Journey To The Center Of The Mind
(released April 1968)
        Mississippi Murderer
        Surrender To Your Kings
        Flight Of The Byrd
        Scottish Tea
        Dr. Slingshot
        Journey To The Center Of The Mind
        Ivory Castles
        Why Is A Carrot More Orange Than An Orange
        Missionary Mary
        Death Is Life
        Saint Phillips Friend
        I'll Prove I'm Right
        Conclusion
bonus tracks
        You Talk Sunshine, I Breathe Fire

STUDIO SESSION: 
        Surrender To Your Kings - Backing Track no vocals
        Flight Of The Byrd - Backing Track no vocals
        Journey To The Center Of The Mind - Track (No Ted)

LIVE SHOW: 1968 St. Louis
        Going Back To Miami
        Migration
        Scottish Tea
        Flight Of The Byrd

LIVE SHOW: April 5-6, 1968 Tea Party, Boston, MA (w-tp)
LIVE SHOW: April 5-6, 1968 Tea Party, Boston, MA (w-tpp)

LIVE SHOW: July 4 or 5, 1968 Saugatuck Pop Festival, Potawatoomi Beach, Saugatuck, MI (p-artrock3)
LIVE SHOW: July 4, 1968 Saugatuck Pop Festival, Saugatuck, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: July 16, 1968 The Boogie, Roseville, MI (w-mc2)
LIVE SHOW: July 24, 1968 Mother's, Ann Arbor, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: September 13, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (p-artrock-fill)
LIVE SHOW: September 14, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (p-artrock-fill)
LIVE SHOW: September 20, 1968 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4) (w-stooge)
LIVE SHOW: September 21, 1968 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4) (w-stooge)
LIVE SHOW: September 22, 1968 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4) (w-stooge)

LIVE SHOW: November 15, 1968 The Hideout #3, Clawson, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: November 16, 1968 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
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Migration
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Migration' front cover GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Migration' back cover

PERSONNEL: 1969
        Rusty Day - vocals
        Ted Nugent - guitar
        Steve Farmer - guitar, vocal
        Andy Solomon - keyboards, vocals
        Greg Arama - bass
        Dave Palmer - drums

STUDIO SESSION: 1969 Migration
(released October 1969)
        Migration
        Prodigal Man
        For His Namesake
        I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent
        Good Natured Emma
        Inside The Outside
        Shades Of Green And Grey
        Curb Your Elephant
        Loaded For Bear

STUDIO SESSION: 1969
        Gloria

LIVE SHOW: January 3, 1969 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4)
LIVE SHOW: January 4, 1969 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4)
LIVE SHOW: January 10, 1969 The Crow's Nest West, Dearborn, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: January 11, 1969 The Crow's Nest East, St. Clair Shores, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: February 7, 1969 The Hideout #3, Clawson, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: February 28, 1969 The Crow's Nest West, Dearborn, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: March 8, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (p-artrock-fill)
LIVE SHOW: March 16, 1969 The Crow's Nest East, St. Clair Shores, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1969 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1969 The Crow's Nest West, Dearborn, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1969 The Crow's Nest East, St. Clair Shores, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: April 4, 1969 The Hideout #3, Clawson, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: April 5, 1969 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1969 Detroit Pop Festival, Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1969 Grand Rapids Pop Festival, Civic Auditorium, Grand Rapids, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1969 Saginaw Pop Festival, Saginaw Auditorium, Saginaw, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1969 The Crow's Nest East, St. Clair Shores, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: May 2, 1969 The Crow's Nest West, Dearborn, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1969 Denby High School Auditorium, MI (w-mc2)
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1969 Edgewater Amusement Park, MI (w-mc2)
LIVE SHOW: May 31, 1969 First Annual Detroit Rock and Roll Revival, Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI (w-mc1)

LIVE SHOW: June 21, 1969 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
	Migration 8:45
	loaded For Bear 3:23
	Let's Go Get Stoned ~ Journey to the center of the mind 7:56
	For His Namesake 6:37
	Baby Please Don't Go (blues version~regular version~train kept a rollin') 23:14
	Prodigal Man 15:16

LIVE SHOW: June 27, 1969 The Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (w-mc5)
LIVE SHOW: June 28, 1969 The Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (w-mc5)

LIVE SHOW: July 4 or 5, 1969 2nd Annual Saugatuck Pop Festival, Potawatoomi Beach, Saugatuck, MI (w-mc1)

LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1969 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: August 11, 1969 Muscular Dystrophy benefit, Garden City Park, MI (w-mc2)
LIVE SHOW: August 16, 1969 Wampler's Lake Pavilion, Walter J. Hayes State Park, Irish Hills, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: August 17, 1969 Michigan Music supports the John Sinclair Defense Fund, Milan, MI (w-mc2)
LIVE SHOW: August 19, 1969 The Carrawee Ballroom, Flat Rock, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: August 22, 1969 Mid Michigan Pop Festival and Rock Concert, Midland Fairgrounds, Midland, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: August 23, 1969 Aquinas High School
	Migration
	Good Natured Emma
	Loaded For Bear
	For His Namesake
	Mississippi Murderer
	Prodigal Man

LIVE SHOW: September 14, 1969 Toledo Pop Festival, Toledo Raceway Park, Ohio (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: September 26, 1969 Schoolcraft College, Livonia, MI (w-mc2)

LIVE SHOW: October 5, 1969 WTAC Pop Festival, Sherwood Forest, Davison, MI (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: October 10, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Dearborn, Michigan (z-zz)
LIVE SHOW: October 24, 1969 Daniel's Den, Saginaw, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: October 25, 1969 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1969 Black Magic and Rock and Roll Festival, Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI (w-mc1) (not allowed to play)
LIVE SHOW: October 31, 1969 Olympic Stadium, Detroit, MI (p-artrock3)

LIVE SHOW: November 1, 1969 The Grande-Riviera, Detroit, MI (w-mc3)

LIVE SHOW: January 9, 1970 The Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: January 10, 1970 The Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: January 23, 1970 The Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (w-mc5)
LIVE SHOW: January 24, 1970 The Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (w-mc5)
LIVE SHOW: January 25, 1970 The Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (w-mc4)

LIVE SHOW: February 14, 1970 Daniel's Den, Saginaw, MI (w-mc3)
LIVE SHOW: February 20, 1970 The Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (w-mc5)
LIVE SHOW: February 27, 1970 The Birmingham Palladium, Birmingham, MI (w-mc3)
	2001: A Space Jam
	Marriage - On The Rocks - Rock Bottom
	Breast-Fed Gator
	Brain Games Of Yesteryear
	Non-Conformist Wilderbeast Man
	Children Of The Woods
	Baby Please Don't Go (Amboy Dukes Anthology)
	Let's Go Get Stoned
	Journey To The Center Of The Mind
	Dr. Slingshot
	Flight Of The Byrd
	Scottish Tea
	Surrender To Your Kings
	Mississippi Murderer
	Migration
	Loaded For Bear
	Good Natured Emma
	Prodigal Man
	Oh Carol! (Encore)
LIVE SHOW: February 28, 1970 The Silverbell Hideout, Clarkston, MI (w-mc3)
	2001:A Space Jam
	Marriage - On The Rocks - Rock Bottom
	Breast-Fed Gator
	Brain Games Of Yesteryear
	Children Of The Woods
	Non-Conformist Wilderbeast Man
	Get 'Yer Guns
	Migration
	Prodigal man

LIVE SHOW: March 7, 1970 Keil Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (w-coau)
LIVE SHOW: March 26, 1970 Cincinnati Pop Festival, Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio (w-mc1)
LIVE SHOW: March 28, 1970 Mt. Holly, MI (w-mc3)
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PRINT MEDIA
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL: (This is my reference library.) (I am interested in getting more.)

The Complete Rock Family Trees (Book 1 & 2)
Written, Researched, Drawn by Pete Frame
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1983. 60 pages.

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

Rock On Film by David Ehrenstein and Bill Reed
Published by Delilah Books. Copyright 1982. 275 pages. Paperback.

Live Show Listings
Live show listings come from various sources, including the below listed books, visitors to this web site and from other web sites. None of these listings have been verified by me. And just because there was a print advertisement for the show, is no guarantee that there weren't problems which caused the show to be cancelled.

(p1) The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History
Writter: Paul D. Grushkin, Artworks Photographed by Jon Sievert
Published by Artabras. Copyright 1987. 516 pages. Hardback.

(p3) 35th Anniversary Whisky-A-Go-Go 1999 Poster Calendar, has reproductions of many of the posters used over the years.

(p4) Get On Down - A Decade Of Rock And Roll Posters Edited By Mick Farren
Published By Big O Publishing. Copyright 1976. 95 pages. Softback.

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AUDIO MEDIA
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AUDIO COMPILATIONS: (This is my complete audio collection) (I am interested in getting more. Details and material.)

Commercial Releases

(a1) Amboy Dukes

(a2) Journey To The Center Of The Mind

(a3) Migration

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Best Of The Original Amboy Dukes' front cover GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Best Of The Original Amboy Dukes' back cover

Other Material

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

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OTHER RESOURCES (links)
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Do you have a Amboy Dukes related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Steve Farmer

Diamond Dukes Bill White.

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

April 22, 2002.
Would you like to show your appreciation for (the time, effort, money, ... that goes into creating, maintaing, updating) this web site, without getting anything in return (except a listing of your name (and url) on this web site as a friend of this web site)?
sign up for PayPal and simplify your online payments.

Send Chrome Oxide some money

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

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