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 on: February 28, 2008, 07:17:40 PM 
Started by groovymusic - Last post by groovymusic
From: Alan Joseph aaa005@astigafa.com
To: gmusic@groovymusicinc.com
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 6:06 PM
Subject: Abraham Rush


Good day,

 

I am restoring a 1972 Sunn Concert PA amplifier and in the restorations I have cleaned the tolex on the case. In cleaning the name; Sweet Freedom Band first appeared and then under that the name; Abraham Rush.

 

I am wondering if you have any information about either of these groups? I see you have some recordings of Abraham Rush apparently from the studio masters you have obtained. Do you know the history or any members?

 

Thanks for your time and good luck to you.

 

Al

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 on: October 16, 2006, 12:38:38 PM 
Started by BobbyMac - Last post by Linda
Christopher Robin started in ...what year Bill? Anyway, they were late 60's- 70's. I joined the group in October 1972 replacing Becky Good on keyboards. At that time the band was Bill Baker, John, Dicky Steltenpohl, and Mike Harpring. Allan Alexander replaced Mike on drums the same year. We were the first band to own a Mellotron. What a piece of junk that was!!! After the band broke up in 75, I went on to form Quickdraw and played with them for 6 years.

  Linda Sparrow ( new name, same old gal)

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 on: June 21, 2006, 11:33:07 AM 
Started by Don Wrege - Last post by Don Wrege
I have posted new photos of Wayne Young and Commonground, and a lovely and provocative shot of Ms. Sherry Edwards up for your enjoyment here:

http://www.simulstream.com/big_lou/

Don Wrege
Boulder, CO

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 on: March 03, 2006, 03:49:07 PM 
Started by burble - Last post by burble
I played base guitar in a group (SoulSurvivors) that booked through Triangle in the late 60's and we recorded several sessions at Taylorsville Road. I believe we recorded Green Onions, Slip Away. Since You've Been Gone and She Shot A Hole In My Soul (among others). I recall one of our first jobs was on Poplar Level Road (Holy Name dance?), and several girls in the crowd took a romantic interest in some of the guys in our band(not me-I was just the goofy bass player). After the show we had just about packed up the van when the boyfriends showed up to let us know they didn't appreciate our interest in their girlfriends. We all piled in the van at lightspeed and tore out realizing we had God on our side that night. Anyway, good luck on the project. You're restoring not only great music but great memories.

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 on: December 05, 2005, 09:06:16 AM 
Started by beauhampton - Last post by edhord
I remember Nashville and Centinenial park, 200,000 people and the greatest live night ever for me.  Opening for the Beach boys and a little known group call the Doors was amazing.

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 on: August 06, 2005, 10:48:52 PM 
Started by BobbyMac - Last post by Blake
Don,

Your pictures were rejected by my internet filter as pornograpy.....Maybe it all was....LOL....Hope you're well.....

Blake

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 on: July 27, 2005, 11:13:32 PM 
Started by Don Wrege - Last post by Don Wrege
I believe it was Dave Snowden who hired me (at age 16) to shoot promo photos of Triangle Talent acts. My brother Reed, who was in various incarnations of The Carnations, introduced me to him.

Go to this link to see some shots just to start off with. I'll be adding more in the weeks to come:

http://www.simulstream.com/big_lou/

Don Wrege

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 on: July 26, 2005, 10:29:52 PM 
Started by BobbyMac - Last post by Don Wrege
Quote from: BobbyMac
members were: Rob Magallon ( Bass ),

Rob loaned me his Marshall stack once to impress the girls at the Pearce birthday party. (My eldest brother ended up marrying one of their sisters). Rob also had an extremely cool gold Sting-Ray if I remember correctly. This would be circa 1966 or '7 I think. Oh...and I think it was Rob's Fender Jaguar that was left over in my basement long enough for me to abuse it...it was so smooth to play I learned some Clapton on it at age 15.

Hey Rob, if you're reading this, thanks.

Don Wrege
www.donwrege.com

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 on: July 26, 2005, 01:24:52 PM 
Started by Fox - Last post by Don Wrege
Quote from: Blake  I still have promotional photos of all of those years.
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(And I still have the negatives! Plus some sexy shots of Sherry Edwards and scary shots of various guys named George!)



Don Wrege
www.mediawhore.com

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 on: July 13, 2005, 11:31:40 PM 
Started by beauhampton - Last post by Blake
Beau.....I used to love Tom Dooley & Company

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