In the '60s there were two Davy Joneses. Both were pretty; one became David Bowie and the other stayed the same. The Davy Jones we all grew to love teamed up with three others and The Monkees were born.
Peaches Records & Tapes was a one-stop shop similar in scope and size to a modern day grocery chain store. Not only did the store have a massive selection of LPs and tapes within the cozy confines of their walls, they also catered to other various other needs of the music fan.
Al Kooper has selected ten of his favorite Jerry Ragovoy tracks to play for you today. Listen to the music (you can stream the entire playlist), and read what Al has to say about the influence of his late friend and mentor.