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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/28/02 1:36 PM 
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Spring is just about here.  You can almost feel it in the air.  I hope you ALL fared well in February and things are going great for you and your families.  Right now Im listening to a cut of Jerry Jeff Walker with David Bromberg at Cafe' au Go Go we recording in 1970 a year after I sold it and let Richie Havens take it over for a while before it became GasLight at the au Go Go to be run by Sam Hood.  Let it ride........I let it go by.......just let it ride..........ahh larry play us some fiddle.....lo lodi di dum dum....just dont get up tight , dont stop to moan, just let it ride.........Down home Jerry................a track saved by Tony Arnold Engineer.........Now Karen Dalton.......In the evening when the sun goes down.  soulful beautiful Karen (God How I miss that lovely lady) like Freddie said, she sure sang the Shit outta the Blues.  The CD I'm listening to is a compilation of some of my material from 1969 remastered by Tony Arnold and its masterful......maybe he'll upload it on his website www.cafeau-go-go.com in its entirety for you all to enjoy.  Ask him.......he's at tony-arnold@infonie.com .  Enjoy.  Happy March to you all and keep on marchin' down the road and be kind and loving to your brothers and sisters all.  Who knows how many more winters we will see together.

 
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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host2/28/02 10:05 PM 
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790 Industry Mavens went to Clive's Grammy's party at the Beverly Hills Hilton.  All the winners were there and a few losers too.  The Grammy's is strictly for  the money honey and thats where its at.  The Great Ones who passed on who made a huge contribution to the World of Song didn't even get a mention, cause it costs to much to celebrate the past.  Its the Now and that's where it is.  Something is wrong here Mr. Jones.  Dylan got best folk award and Clapton best instrumentalist.  Ho Hum diddle de dumb and so the beat goes on.  Its the cash box that counts.  Bono must have a truckload of wins & T.B. Burnett got recognition for O Brother, but Clive's Alicia Keys 21, is the future and it looks bright and she ain't FALLIN'.



Edited 2/28/02 11:54:22 PM ET by solomoney
 

 
From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host3/1/02 1:34 AM 
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If all goes well for Sheppard his product this year for Rondor/Universal Music will be on over 20million albums, including Celine Dion, S Club 7, Enrique Iglesias, Jonny Halliday, Faith Hill, Gregg Alexander, Lisa Loeb (Legally Blond) Sometimes Dancing (Free Willy 2),  plus the groups he has written with in Brazil, Nashville, Stockholm, Norway, Praque, London, which will account for another 20 singles.  He is now producing 2 Girl Trios to cover his songs in London and Hollywood.  His inspirations were Fred Neil, Richie Havens, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, but he is his own man and can sing and play with the best of em.  His work fronting 17 piece bands is awesome.  Great to watch and listen to.  His demo's done in his Pro-Tool studio in Hollywood are like finished products.  He has learned the long hard way and is arriving at a new plateau seasoned and a good businessman which is what it takes to survive in the Business of Music.  More importantly he has good counsel and smart accountants.  He invited me to join his in London for the PRS Awards in April for his #1 Great Britain single "Dont Stop Movin" with S Club 7 for which he received the Brit Award last week.  Exciting, to say the least and its only the beginning for him.   For me its a thrill to see one of my artists arrive, even if he is my son. 



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From: solomoney DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host3/2/02 10:35 PM 
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Its so mind blowing that an engineer like my friend Eddie Kramer recorded the bulk of Jimi's work on a 4 track recorder.  To think that Hey Joe written by Billy Roberts and published by 3rd Story Music made it to the heights it did identified with Jimi Hendrix who made the song his own and launched him to international stardom in 1967. 
 

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