Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, May 16, 2007.
I'm sure it's better than you described. I'll bite!
Count me in!
Count me in -- thank you.
Count me in Steve, thanks.
This sounds great. Count me in!
I'd love to hear this stuff again (or for the first time).
I think I've got a copy of "Johnny Willow" on its original 45 in the collection somewhere, because it sounds awfully familiar.
Couldn't have said it better myself....
Steve thanks for the great offer. I'd like to be considered for this opportunity
I don't think i've ever heard any of this stuff, but maybe i should!
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I'm in !
Zounds...a chance for new sounds!
Great story! I'd like to hear this CD, count me in
Love to hear it.
Please count me in, too.
Wonderful story Steve. Thanks for sharing it.
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count me in...
Ok, so what was the JAF label about, Steve? That's where Fred had his two small chart hits, "Battle Of Gettysburg" and of course "Johnny Willow," both in 1961.
Not sure we can forgive him for "Mr. Custer," though, it's pretty bad... So is its followup, "Mister Livingston," but what the hell, he hadda put food on the table...
Agreed that the Dobie Gray Charger material has never had good sonics, even in the original mono. The old Cordak 45 "Look At Me" was, IIRC, Dobie's first chart record, and a fine one; he became a journeyman after that, recording for at least a half-dozen labels until he finally scored huge with "Drift Away," among the last big hits on the Decca label. Like Fred, Dobie could use a decent comp also...
I'm curious. Please count me in. Thanks.
Count me in. Thanks!
Sounds great, I'm in!!!!!
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