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    Quote Originally Posted by Quad Linda View Post
    Billy the Mountain. Ethel was a tree growing out of his shoulder.
    The Turtles were (IMHO) a very underrated Power Pop band - mostly known for "Happy Together" but very prolific during their time. The Mother's show I saw was a few years before "Billy The Mountain" - the main theme being "The Mudshark" featuring Zappa's scatological humor at it's best - but I digress - "Phlo & Eddie" were very entertaining indeed. A few years later, in their "lean" years, I bought my daughter her first LP - the soundtrack to the TV show, "Strawberry Shortcake" - written and performed by none other the Mark Volman and Howie Kaylan - AKA Flo & Eddie

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    She's my girl...off in the sky, that's where I was last night.

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    The Turtles were (IMHO) a very underrated Power Pop band - mostly known for "Happy Together" but very prolific during their time. The Mother's show I saw was a few years before "Billy The Mountain" - the main theme being "The Mudshark" featuring Zappa's scatological humor at it's best - but I digress - "Phlo & Eddie" were very entertaining indeed. A few years later, in their "lean" years, I bought my daughter her first LP - the soundtrack to the TV show, "Strawberry Shortcake" - written and performed by none other the Mark Volman and Howie Kaylan - AKA Flo & Eddie
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    She's my girl...off in the sky, that's where I was last night.
    Let's go out to a movie, I really think you're groovy...

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    Question:
    What do you do if your lead singer gets sick?

    Answer:
    Get the lead singer from a tribute band....

    Question #2:
    What do you do if your replacement lead singer gets "sick"?

    Answer #2:
    Get another tribute band lead singer ......


    I saw Yes on the weekend - they were in NZ for the first time ever !!!! I actually think I prefer the replacement of the replacement to Jon Anderson..
    http://13thfloor.co.nz/reviews/conce...-april-1-2012/

    And just for the record I saw YES with Jon Anderson in Florida in the 90's....

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    Mr. Poobah: I saw Muddy Waters at the Chicago Blues Festival in Chicago in 1981. Johnny Winter came out and jammed with him! What a show! I can't believe I forgot to mention that one!

    Elmer & Linda: I found this on the Turtles website, under "The History of Flo & Eddie and the Turtles", I thought it was pretty funny.

    Interesting to note... early in the Mothers' career, Reb Foster, an L.A. disk jockey (and Turtles' manager) had told Zappa, "I'd like to clean you guys up a bit and mold you. I believe I could make you as big as The Turtles."

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    No commercial potential - a Columbia Records exec describing Zappa after an early audition

    When I worked for CBS, we quipped that the eye was always watching.
    Quote Originally Posted by Odys View Post

    Interesting to note... early in the Mothers' career, Reb Foster, an L.A. disk jockey (and Turtles' manager) had told Zappa, "I'd like to clean you guys up a bit and mold you. I believe I could make you as big as The Turtles."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odys View Post
    Mr. Poobah: I saw Muddy Waters at the Chicago Blues Festival in Chicago in 1981. Johnny Winter came out and jammed with him! What a show! I can't believe I forgot to mention that one!
    I think you're thinking of Chicagofest 1981. The Blues Fest didn't exist until a few years later. I was at the Muddy Waters Chicagofest show when Johnny Winter came out. Great show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zabble View Post
    I think you're thinking of Chicagofest 1981. The Blues Fest didn't exist until a few years later. I was at the Muddy Waters Chicagofest show when Johnny Winter came out. Great show!
    Sounds right, I'm surprised I remember as much as I do considering the amount of brain cells destroyed at all these shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jefe1 View Post
    Strawbs and King Crimson at the Santa Monica Civic 1974?
    Probably June 19th, 1974 Los Angeles at the Shrine Auditorium and I was there! We got there early, walked in the back door. Hung around the loading dock. Strawbs keyboardist Jon Hawkin and his girlfriend got out of a '69 Firebird and said hello as they walked in. What a show.

    When and where did you see Sparks? There were going to play San Diego 1976 (Indiscreet) but cancelled.
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    I decided to became a musician after seeing ELP (BSS) & KC (SABB), both shows in the first half of 1974. Here are some other bands I thankfully got to see:

    1. The Steve Morse Band 1983 SD State Back Door, The Fents* opened the show,
    2. The Police 1983 Synchronicity SD State,
    3. Romeo Void 1981 @ Mira Costa College,
    4. Triumvirat 1974 Shrine Auditorium,
    5. Genesis 1977 San Diego & LA in same week
    6. Led Zeppelin 1975 SD Sports Arena,
    7. Pink Floyd 1980 The Wall LA Sports Arena + 1994 Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville
    8. Jaco Pastious 1982 SD Baccanal (was reverse heckled when I asked who guitar player was; [Mike Stern] Jaco said "Charlie Christian")
    9. Weather Report 1978 LA
    10. Gentle Giant 1974-76 five shows I can remember SD & LA always amazing


    I'll always regret getting into a band about 6 months too late; Jeff Buckley perhaps the most missed opportunity.

    * Recently I stumbled uon a webpage where I found out that The Fents - First Offense album (1982) was available on CD if I mailed a check. I inserted a brief note recalling that I saw them play live opening for Steve Morse and that I called the phone number on the back of the album jacket in 1983 not long after the show. You may recognize the name Adam Holzman as the keyboard player on the current Steven Wilson - Grace For Drowning tour, which I also referenced in the note, having seen them in Chicago last November. When the CD arrived I was very happy. I went to throw away the shipping envelope recently and this note fell out of the package:

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    I missed him, too. That would have been SO REAL!!

    Quote Originally Posted by timbre4 View Post
    I'll always regret getting into a band about 6 months too late; Jeff Buckley perhaps the most missed opportunity.
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    Wouldn't it have been? Grace was one of those best original albums ever made. It truely was a limited time opportunity. I have everything officially released including as many different CD singles as I could ever find. (Peyote Theatre, Songs For No One, 9 different Last Goodbye singles, VHS EPK)

    Huge talent and huge loss. "Nusra Fat Ali Khan, he's my Elvis". Indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timbre4 View Post
    Wouldn't it have been? Grace was one of those best original albums ever made. It truely was a limited time opportunity. I have everything officially released including as many different CD singles as I could ever find. (Peyote Theatre, Songs For No One, 9 different Last Goodbye singles, VHS EPK)

    Huge talent and huge loss. "Nusra Fat Ali Khan, he's my Elvis". Indeed.
    I remember having a promo copy of "Grace" behind the counter when I worked for Peaches and having no clue who he was. When it was time to pick some listening music for the store, one of my coworkers would always say, " play anything except that Jeff Buckley guy. Sounds like a dog dying." probably cost me a couple of months of getting into him.

    Some of my favorites are actually on "Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk." Proof that the magic would have continued onto the next album, and so on.

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    I bought all the Jeff Buckley albums, EP's, singles, imports, expanded editions. Don't forget Live at Sin e! Ya gotta get the expanded version.

    He died with his boots on, a cold and lonely hallelujah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timbre4 View Post
    8. Jaco Pastious 1982 SD Baccanal (was reverse heckled when I asked who guitar player was; [Mike Stern] Jaco said "Charlie Christian")
    Back in 1982, it was forgivable to not know who Mike Stern was, unless you were a fan of Miles Davis' then-current work, or a HUGE fan of Blood Sweat & Tears. I bet that was a heck of a show with Jaco & Mike. I first saw Mike Stern with Michael Brecker - changed my life forever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timbre4 View Post
    I decided to became a musician after seeing ELP (BSS) & KC (SABB), both shows in the first half of 1974. Here are some other bands I thankfully got to see:

    1. The Steve Morse Band 1983 SD State Back Door, The Fents* opened the show,
    2. The Police 1983 Synchronicity SD State,
    3. Romeo Void 1981 @ Mira Costa College,
    4. Triumvirat 1974 Shrine Auditorium,
    5. Genesis 1977 San Diego & LA in same week
    6. Led Zeppelin 1975 SD Sports Arena,
    7. Pink Floyd 1980 The Wall LA Sports Arena + 1994 Vanderbilt Stadium Nashville
    8. Jaco Pastious 1982 SD Baccanal (was reverse heckled when I asked who guitar player was; [Mike Stern] Jaco said "Charlie Christian")
    9. Weather Report 1978 LA
    10. Gentle Giant 1974-76 five shows I can remember SD & LA always amazing


    I'll always regret getting into a band about 6 months too late; Jeff Buckley perhaps the most missed opportunity.

    * Recently I stumbled uon a webpage where I found out that The Fents - First Offense album (1982) was available on CD if I mailed a check. I inserted a brief note recalling that I saw them play live opening for Steve Morse and that I called the phone number on the back of the album jacket in 1983 not long after the show. You may recognize the name Adam Holzman as the keyboard player on the current Steven Wilson - Grace For Drowning tour, which I also referenced in the note, having seen them in Chicago last November. When the CD arrived I was very happy. I went to throw away the shipping envelope recently and this note fell out of the package:

    adam.jpg
    Hey! The Fents! My friend has a cd of the Fents! and his cuz, has a cassette tape of the same. We looked for stuff but could never find anymore, wrote with no answer. really good band! interesting info., thanks!!
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    It was "You Baby" and "Your Maw Said You Cried" to which I first learned drum parts.

    I didn't see them live until years after their heyday but they were still terrific! Howard Kaylan had/has one of THE top voices in the history of rock-and-roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. simple View Post
    Back in 1982, it was forgivable to not know who Mike Stern was, unless you were a fan of Miles Davis' then-current work, or a HUGE fan of Blood Sweat & Tears. I bet that was a heck of a show with Jaco & Mike. I first saw Mike Stern with Michael Brecker - changed my life forever.
    There's a great jazz joint down in the Village in NYC called 55 Bar - been there forever. When Mike is in town, you can usually catch him playing there on a Monday night - it's loose as all hell and just as loud - but the joint rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elmer View Post
    There's a great jazz joint down in the Village in NYC called 55 Bar - been there forever. When Mike is in town, you can usually catch him playing there on a Monday night - it's loose as all hell and just as loud - but the joint rocks.
    Read about it many times but never had the pleasure. One of these days...
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    Better than Wild Man Fischer???? http://video.search.yahoo.com/video/...ld+Man+Fischer
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug G. View Post
    It was "You Baby" and "Your Maw Said You Cried" to which I first learned drum parts.

    I didn't see them live until years after their heyday but they were still terrific! Howard Kaylan had/has one of THE top voices in the history of rock-and-roll.

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    Better than Wild Man Fischer????
    Never heard him before. I was ready to click away after about 10 seconds, within 30 seconds I was mesmerized, now I think I've been hypnotized...
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    Produced by FZ. Long OOP. One of my prized posessions. The soundtrack of a few stoney evenings. A fixture at LA Dodger games.

    Also recorded with Rosemary Clooney (REALLY!!)

    RIP Wild Man (Larry Wayne) Fischer.

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    Never heard him before. I was ready to click away after about 10 seconds, within 30 seconds I was mesmerized, now I think I've been hypnotized...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. simple View Post
    Read about it many times but never had the pleasure. One of these days...
    The place is pretty small and has zero ambience - until the music starts.

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    These are the bands[not quite 10] i've seen that are defunct[at least the incarnation is]......Yes[Union tour at the World Theater]......The Grateful Dead[Alpine Valley 1984]......BTO and Steppenwolf[both at Familyfest in Wheeling]......Rare Earth......Jefferson Starship[Wisconsin State Fair 83]

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