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GUEST,Larry Saidman BS: Welcome Larry Saidman. (45) RE: BS: Welcome Larry Saidman. 26 Mar 13


Thanks folks,

Yes, it is a delayed welcome, but I'll take what I can get!

I get re-registered, then my cookies get erased and I'm back to being a guest. Some day I'll graduate to host.

But I must confess that I really enjoy the attention.

And Bobert, Shoot All The Brave Horses was originally on John Stewart's 4th album in 1971--The Lonesome Picker Rides Again. I agree--a great song!   He has re-recorded it on later albums as well...including some live ones.

Never got into Humble Pie, and I did like Gary Wright and Spooky Tooth. But to tell the truth I virtually stopped listening to rock-pop music throughout most of the late 60's and 70's....got back into it when I heard Patti Smith, The Boomtown Rats, Nick Lowe, Dave Edmunds, and Oingo Boingo.

The blues? No question, all those artists were great! Particularly liked Lightnin' Hopkins, but also Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker (when he wasn't being a 'one trick pony'), Junior Wells, and some of the really older guys....like Bo Chatman!   And Will Shade (Memphis Jugman). Bo Carter as well.

But many of my favourites didn't really put out full 'albums'...their singles were later compiled into albums. So that sort of disqualifies them for my "top 200 albums of all time".   

When I get a few programs downloaded onto Peach City Radio's upcoming live-stream, I'll let people know.


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