Long overdue thanks
October 06, 2009 9:28:53 PM UTC Post #1

Introduced to the band in the early 70's and felt One More ... has no equals for a live album. But even 30 years later you discover a song like Mr. Banker and realize the beauty of the blues and the melding of three different guitar styles. The music is a relaxing old friend that offers a different perspective each time you listen. Thanks to all who have created and are gone and those continuing the legacy. Gary shares both the burden of the past but the reward for the appreciation the music has earned since 1977. Be proud of the music, its purpose and impact!


October 06, 2009 9:32:21 PM UTC Post #1

=Since 73 said:Introduced to the band in the early 70's and felt One More ... has no equals for a live album. But even 30 years later you discover a song like Mr. Banker and realize the beauty of the blues and the melding of three different guitar styles. The music is a relaxing old friend that offers a different perspective each time you listen. Thanks to all who have created and are gone and those continuing the legacy. Gary shares both the burden of the past but the reward for the appreciation the music has earned since 1977. Be proud of the music, its purpose and impact!


Great post!


I might go out to California might go down to Georgia, I don't know...

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