29th January 1970 : release of the UK album « I’m Back And I’m Proud » (Dandelion D9102UK) : Rockin Robbin / In The Pines / Be-Bop-A-Lula 69 / Rainbow At Midnight / Black Letter / White Lightning / Sexy Ways / Ruby Baby / Lotta Lovin' / Circle Never Broken / N° 9 (Lonesome Whistle) / Scarlet Ribbons. This LP was released in the USA during the spring, with a different cover (Dandelion DAN D9.102) 8th march 1970 : a new contract with Tom Ayres for Kama Sutra is signed. Recording sessions begin in Hollywood with producer Dave Hassinger and the Sir Douglas Quintet (but without Sir Douglas). 8th march 1970 : Release of the UK single « White Lightning”/ »Scarlet Ribbons » (Dandelion). 20th march 1970: Show at the Felt Forum in New York, with Little Richard, Bo Diddley, the Drifters, Ruby & The Romantics, Timi Yoro, and the Five Satins. 11th may 1970 : Gene performs for six days at the Brass Ring Club, in Los Angeles. June 1970: release of “Story Of The Rockers”/”Pickin’ Poppies”(Forever Records US). 20th June 1970 : Gene begins his last tour in France, with the Houseshakers. He starts on the 21st at St Gobert, Aisne, then goes to Paris, Moulins, Strasbourg, Lons-le-Saulnier and St Etienne. Gene with fans and Adrian Owlett ( friend) - french Airport Strasbourg St Etienne St Gobert (look photos section Gene Vincent 1970 french tour with fans and friends (very rare photos) : look photos section
27th june 1970 : the tour comes to an end at Lons-le-Saulnier because of a disagreement with the tour organizer. 28th june 1970 : Gene Vincent is back in the USA. July 1970: Releases of "Sunshine"/"Geese" (Kama Sutra 514 US) and of the album "Slow Times Comin'/ "Sunshine" (Kama Sutra KSBS 2019 US) : Sunshine / I Need Woman's Love / Slow Times Comin' / Danse Colinda / Geese / 500 Miles / Listen To The Music / If Only You ould See Me Today / A Million Shades Of Blue/ Tush Hog.
GENE VINCENT DANSE COLINDA : 25th August 1970 : Gene performs for three days at the Harlows’ Night Club in New York, accompanied by the Rhymes Jesters. He is filmed by the Mike Douglas TV Show and is a guest to many radio shows. August 1970 : Gene Vincent - New York. - interview by Richard Thompson : 25th september 1970 : During his performance at the San Francisco Folk Festival, he is accompanied by Commander Cody’s orchestra. 17th, 19th and 20th September 1970: Recording sessions for a second album for Kama Sutra at the Crystal Sound Studio, produced by Tom Ayres and Dave Hassinger, with Al Casey, Richard Bennett, Max Dorensen, Jack Rinelli and Larry Knetchel. 21st october 1970 : Concert in the Maryland. November 1970: Release of “The Day The World Turned Blue”/”How I Love Them Old Songs” (Kama Sutra 518 US).