Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen – Discography

Posted by Green on May 16, 2022as


Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen were an American country rock band founded in 1967.[2] The group’s leader and co-founder was pianist and vocalist George Frayne IV, alias Commander Cody (born July 19, 1944 in Boise, Idaho, died September 26, 2021 in Saratoga Springs, New York).

The band’s style mixed country, rock and roll, Western swing, rockabilly, and jump blues together on a foundation of boogie-woogie piano. They were among the first country rock bands to take its cues less from folk rock and bluegrass and more from the rowdy barroom country of the Ernest Tubb and Ray Price style. The band became known for marathon live shows.


  • Gio says:

    Thank you Green

  • amacoz says:

    Many thanks Green.

  • Fred Weyerman says:

    Thank you kindly for the post. Great stuff. I grabbed it as a “discography” since my collection was incomplete. To satisfy anyone’s curiosity, here’s the six that came. Aces High, Command Performance, Hot Lick Cold Steel, Lost in Space, Lost in the Ozone, and Too Much Fun. Not a complete discography. Worth the download though.

  • bummppa says:

    Thanks for this.
    Many years ago I saw The Commander in Winchester, VA. Five buck for the first set and if you stayed and drank, nothing for the second set. Best five bucks I ever spent. He surrounded himself with young hungry musicians who were into having fun. It was a great night. And he talked about his motorcycle accidents and said the tip jar was for his drugs.

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