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Mossy bottom

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  1. I was away in the mountains, just found out. Bummer. I believe that leaves Jaimo as the last... The Allman Brothers were one of my favorite bands in the 70's. Don't take your family and friends for granted, it's all too fleeting. RIP Richard.
  2. Good evening Gary, Really nice record you have spinning there. It is a great album. No doubt it is sounding incredibly good! I'm rolling some smooth Brasil '66 tape over on RTM. RTM - Sergio Mendez&Brasil '66 - Equinox Enjoy!
  3. Bring me another Mai-Tai, and go ahead and light the tiki torches... Reminds me of liberty in Honorooroo! Martin Denny's Exotic Percussion
  4. A refreshing cocktail, a smooth cigar, and the exotic sounds of Arthur Lyman... Tabooooooo
  5. It may be a bit early for some Tequila, but why not... From the Verve lable Wes Montgomery - Tequila.
  6. On to the second lp. Grateful Dead - American Beauty
  7. Enjoying a long time favorite. Cheers! Grateful Dead - American Beauty.
  8. Yup. That's that's the way to sonic bliss!
  9. Fish fingers and chips, washed it down with a cold Lucozade. Champion!
  10. My friends and I were just camping west of Missoula, and we're talking about when he played as the house band in Livingston Montana, when they filmed the movie Ranch Delux there. Not only a wonderful musician, but a very astute business man. Bought his records in the late 70's through the 80's. Some fun tunes. " Yes I am a pirate, 200 years too late, the cannons don't thunder, there's nothin' to plunder, I'm an over 40 victim of fate, arriving too late, arriving to late. I've done a bit of smugglin' run my share of grass I made enough money to buy Miami but I pissed it away so fast Never ment to last never ment to last" RiP Jimmy.
  11. Traffic - The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys. 1971 Now fire up those snakes and sparklers💥💥💥
  12. Well worth watching!
  13. This was so popular in it's day... On to side 2. Brasil '66 - Mais Que Nada. Lani is on the left.
  14. Herb Alpert went on to marry Lani Hall of Brasil '66. Alpert and Hall are still performing together today.
  15. After the huge success of The Lonely Bull, Herb Alpert called the crew back in to the studio and paid them all union scale for the The Lonely Bull Sessions. They went on and cut this hugely successful lp.
  16. Hello George, Yes, my Linn is an old friend and my all time favorite. It has earned semi-retirement. I use it with my trusty Cornwalls and Heresy's system. My main TT is now the VPI Prime which is with the Klipschorn system.
  17. Sure! Those shows were great fun. I loved them. Well done getting a UPS. It just paid for itself! Cheers!
  18. No, the recording studio for the album. The TV show was overdubs and lip syncing. In fairness to Nesmith and Tork, they were musicians. Micky Dolez was given drum lessons by the studio. On a side note Stephen Stills auditioned for the part but Tork got it.
  19. Peter Tork and Micheal Nesmith were outraged that weren't allowed to play on thier own record.
  20. Carol kaye created a timeless opening on Witchita Lineman which opens side 1...
  21. When Herb Alpert called them in to play on this, his first record, he couldn't afford to pay the union scale. They all agreed to take 25 bucks cash.
  22. Here's another one...
  23. Feel like spending this Saturday afternoon listening to the works of Tommy Tedesco, Carol Kaye, Hal Blaine, Glen Campbell, Earl Palmer, Leon Russell, and Barney Kessel just to name a few...
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