American pop-rock singer and songwriter PF Sloan was very successful during the mid-1960s, writing, performing, and producing Billboard top 20 hits for artists such as Barry McGuire, The Searchers, Jan and Dean, Herman’s Hermits, Johnny Rivers, The Grass Roots, The Turtles, and The Mamas & the Papas. His most successful song as a writer was Barry McGuire’s 1965 hit, Eve of Destruction. He died of pancreatic cancer on November 15, 2015 at the age of 70. – wikipedia
Duane Jarvis, a stalwart of the Los Angeles roots music scene whose lead guitar work landed him stints playing with Dwight Yoakam, Lucinda Williams, John Prine, Michelle Shocked and others when he wasn’t recording and touring as a respected singer-songwriter in his own right, died on April 1, 2009 after a long bout with colon cancer. He was 51. Jarvis died at his home in Marina del Rey, where he was receiving hospice care after stopping treatment that in recent months had included two major surgeries and three rounds of chemotherapy. Jarvis’s guitar work was prized by some of the most esteemed practitioners of Americana music for its emotive power, musical economy and sonic atmospherics.
As a songwriter with a handful of solo albums to his credit, he often sought out the light in even the darkest life scenarios, which he sang in a laconic, reedy voice that fell between the Southern rock drawl of Tom Petty and the bluesy scowl of Mick Jagger. (by latimes.com)
Recorded live at the Concert In The Woods, Dorpshuis de Furs, Lage Vuursche, The Netherlands; October 16, 2007.
Very good soundboard.
Duane Jarvis (guitar, slide-guitar, vocals)
PF Sloan (vocals, guitar, harmonica)
01. Take Me For What I’m Worth (Sloan) 3.46
02. If You Knew (Sloan) 5.20
03. You Baby (Barri/Sloan) 4.03
04. Where Were You When I Needed You (Barri/Sloan) 3.27
05. Secret Agent Man (Barri/Sloan) 4.38
06. From A Distance (Sloan) 3.48
07. Hollywood Moon (Sloan) 3.17
08. Love Is 4Giving (Sloan) 5.11
09. Love Me Tender (Presley/Matson) 4.51
10. Let Me Be (Sloan) 4.59
11. A Normal Life (unknown) 4.47
12. California Dreaming (Philipps) 3.27
13. Eve Of Destruction (Sloan) 5.27
P. F. Sloan (born Philip Gary Schlein; September 18, 1945 – November 15, 2015) was an American pop-rock singer and songwriter. He was very successful during the mid-1960s, writing, performing, and producing Billboard top 20 hits for artists such as Barry McGuire, The Searchers, Jan and Dean, Herman’s Hermits, Johnny Rivers, The Grass Roots, The Turtles, and The Mamas & the Papas. Many of his songs were written in collaboration with Steve Barri. His most successful song as a writer was Barry McGuire’s 1965 hit “Eve of Destruction”.
Sloan died on November 15, 2015 at his home in Los Angeles. He had pancreatic cancer for several months and his death was attributed to that disease