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Lake Shore Drive

by Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah

Featured on the soundtrack of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol II. Classic folk rock ala Crosby Stills and Nash harmonies. great story telling songwritng, incredible piano and harmonies.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Lake Shore Drive
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2. For Eddy
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3. Midnight Plane To Nairobi
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4. Uppers and Downers
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5. Snow Queen
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6. One Night Stand
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7. Shot Of Gold
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8. Last One Of The Night People
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9. I Am A Robber
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10. Money Talks
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11. 2000 Miles
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12. Beam Me Up Scotty
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13. Slippin' Away
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lake Shore Drive , a classic Chicago folk album from one of Chicago's first and foremost folk rock band - Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah.

Mitch Aliota, Skip Haynes and John Jeremiah were Chicago's and one of the Midwest's favorite bands all through the Seventies and early Eighties.

The songs on the CD range from the unforgetable piano, violin and vocal stylings of LSD to the beautiful and haunting "For Eddy" - the story of an amazing one armed piano player and a white German Shepard to dancing on the mountains of the moon in "Midnight Palne To Nairobi to "Beam Me Up Scotty" - a tribute to Star Trek and Mr. Scott in particular.

The songs also include "One Night Stand", "Snow Queen" - a seventies love song, "A Shot Of Gold" - in the best traditions of the lonesome bar song.

All of the cuts tell a great story told in beautiful harmonies, incredible piano and a great deal of good time energy. Try it - you'll like it.

We hope you enjoy the music as much as we liked making it.

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Jan Kelly

Lake Shore Drive - Aliotta, Haynes and Jeremiah
Just want to say "thank you" for making their music available...I used to go to see AHJ perform at many of the folk rock places of the 70's on Lincoln Avenue in Chicago...never forgetting their beautiful blend of harmony and instrumentation and the melodic songs which each expressed meaningful verses...the other day I was remembering their music and decided to search the internet and was happy to find their cd's were available through cdbaby...hearing their music again is simply wonderful!!! Thank you Aliotta, Haynes and Jeremiah for your music and thank you cdbaby for making it possible for me to be in touch with this very special music once again...
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Yvonne Vosburgh

Cultural Iconic Music
The song on this album--Lake Shore Drive-- and the band called, Aliotta, Haynes and Jeremiah is 60's-80's cultural Icon, that transcends the years into today. This band captured the essence of what it was like to be young and living in that era.

Today, the song -Lake Shore Drive-- has not lost it's appeal with the young or the "Boomers. When you listen to the key-board player on this album, John Jeremiah, you are listening to a man playing the key-board with the fingers of an angel and the determination of the devil......and there ain't no key board just like it, anywhere I've found, running south on Lake Shore Drive, heading on into town, just slipping on by on LSD, Friday night heaven bound. Yes!

Did the band -Three Dog Night- write the opening to --Joy To The World-- about John Jeremiah-----Yes!

Jeremiah was a bull-frog, was a good friend of mine, never understood a single word he said, (southern Illinois accent) but I helped him drink his wine----Joy to the world---yes he is.

Peace
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madmom

Aliotta Haynes & Jeremiah ~Lake Shore Drive (LSD)
"For Eddy" and "Snow Queen" still make me cry! A great album then and now! Love it!!
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Pat Mull

Lake Shore Drive
Love It!! I was driving on "LSD" in May with my 2 sisters, one was dying of a very rare disease - we were doing a road trip up to Lake Forest from Northwestern Hospital. On the return trip, as we are on LSD going south, my younger sister asked if I knew that old song about Lake Shore Drive? I said, "this song?" I had already purchased 2 copies of the cd & I promptly popped it in and replied, "this song?" The song made the day and it is now one of my fondest memories - my sister who was ill passed away on June 2, 2007 - it made the "road trip" the best. Thanks! Pat Mull
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Carol Molloy

Lake Shore Drive
Grew up listening to Lake Shore Drive on an album (remember those?) and forgot how much I loved that song until I heard it on a radio station for the first time in a long time. Thank you so much for shipping it to me as fast as you did. It brings back a lot of memories!!!!!
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Bob Bush

Lakeshore Drive
One of my all time favorite albums. "For Eddy" is a simple and beautiful song that never fails to give me goosebumps.
I still have the LP album, but no turntable, so finding it available on CD was a godsend to me!
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madmom

aliotta haynes and jeremiah Lake Shore Drive
still rocks after all these years!
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W. L. Armstrong

The musical intersection of CSN&Y and early Dan Fogelberg.
I bought this CD specifically for "Lakeshore Drive", a song I'd heard often on a local (central Illinois) radio station before it changed formats. I had always assumed the song must have been an enormous '70s hit that I'd just missed, and was surprised to learn it was only a regional success. Pity -- "Lakeshore Drive" has some of the finest harmony vocals I've ever heard, supported by a brilliant and inventive folk/rock arrangement and smart lyrics. Other favorites on this CD include "Midnight Plane to Nairobi", "Shot of Gold", and "I Am a Robber". CD Baby's comparison to CSN is appropriate, and I'm also reminded a bit of early Dan Fogelberg. The only thing that struck me a little odd at first listen were the lyrics that stretched a bit to avoid profanity: "Save my act again" in "Beam Me Up, Scotty," and the sidestepping of the "B.S." word in "Money Talks". I don't remember the 1970s as being such innocent years! But damn, there was some really fine music...
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woof woof

LSD
Timeless. Saw them perform it at Ratzo's.Brings back fond memories of my 1963 convertible cruising on LSD at night when Lincoln Park and Old Town were cool. Pity, what's been allowed to happen and how it reeks,(I mean gentrified). Thanks for a great song.
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