I didn't have turkey today either.
BTW, I was wandering through Costco the other day and I thought of you. They had free samples of ham. Now THAT'S a Jewish dilemma.
That reminds me....I forgot to take those buns out of the oven! Thanks Marty!
Thank you Bill, and by the way tenor is a Couf Suberba 1 on those tracks.
Once upon a time (1968), I played in a 'blue-eyed' band that thrived on R & B, chart covers...a primitive recording of us at work appears here:
The site is run by Carl Chambers who's been a musician uninterrupted since that time (he appears here as the guitar player - I was on flute and saxes -and Larry Howard the trombone player later toured extensively with the Christian Blues ac that he led and fronted...There's a clip of him on Youtube that's real convincing)...
and here's another clip of the rythm section and vocalist with a sit in vocalist, Willie Metts, some years afterwards...
Some really nice work here by all concerned...
Hope all the links work ...
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I was just re-living my stripper, I mean my Cyclone Daze and came upon a bluze we used to do. Don't get the wrong idea with the lyrics, Tommy was really a painter. I think I have the Super 20 sound on this one. We used to perform this song as a 4 piece comprised of lead and rhythm guitars, drums and me. The song was recorded live with no cuts on the first try. The Harp, Bass and guitar solo were dubbed the following day.
Nice track, Marty.
Nice one Marty. Cool Eddie Shaw-type vibe going there.
ps. still waiting on that Hideaway track btw
Martin "Dick Stabile" Tenor: Barone Jazz 7*/GW7
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