Lost in the Ozone

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Lost in the Ozone
Studio album by Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
Released November 1971
Recorded 1971 at Pacific High Recording Studios
April, 1971 at Ann Arbor, Michigan
July, 1971 at Long Branch Saloon and New Monk, Berkeley, California
Genre Country rock, western swing, rock'n'roll, rockabilly, americana
Length 38:25
Label Paramount Records (original)
MCA (reissue)
Producer Bob Cohen, George Frayne
Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen chronology
Lost in the Ozone
(1971)
Hot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers' Favorites
(1972)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Robert Christgau B–[2]

Lost in the Ozone is the debut album by the Country rock band Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen that contains their hit cover version of "Hot Rod Lincoln" as well as the band's live staples, "Lost in the Ozone" and "Seeds and Stems (Again)."

The song "Lost in the Ozone" gave its name to Ozone House, an organization dealing with runaways and the needs of at-risk youth.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by George Frayne and Billy C. Farlow; except where indicated

  1. "Back to Tennessee" – 2:45
  2. "Wine Do Yer Stuff" – 3:03
  3. "Seeds and Stems (Again)" – 3:45
  4. "Daddy's Gonna Treat You Right" (Billy C. Farlow) – 3:00
  5. "Family Bible" (Walt Breeland, Paul Buskirk, Claude Gray) – 3:39
  6. "Home in My Hand" (Ronnie Self) – 2:52
  7. "Lost in the Ozone" (Billy C. Farlow) – 2:07
  8. "Midnight Shift" (Jimmie Ainsworth, Earl Bud Lee) – 2:27
  9. "Hot Rod Lincoln" (W.S.Stevenson, Charlie Ryan) – 2:40
  10. "What's the Matter Now?" (live) (Billy C. Farlow) – 4:02
  11. "Twenty Flight Rock" (live) (Ned Fairchild) – 2:57
  12. "Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar" (live) (Hughie Prince, Don Raye, Eleanore Sheehy) – 5:08

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Bob Cohen – producer, engineer
  • Commander Cody (George Frayne) – producer
  • Phil Sawyer – mixer
  • Chris Frayne – front cover
  • Dennis Anderson – rear cover photograph
  • Studio cuts recorded at Pacific High Recording, San Francisco
  • "What's the Matter Now?" and "20 Flight Rock" recorded live at the Long Branch Saloon and New Monk in Berkeley, July 1971
  • "Beat Me Daddy" recorded at Ann Arbor, Michigan by Morgan Sound, April 1971
  • Mixing at Pacific High Recording Studios

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lost in the Ozone at AllMusic
  2. ^ Christgau, Robert (December 30, 1971). "Consumer Guide (22)". The Village Voice (New York). Retrieved April 28, 2013.