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Old 06-14-2021, 07:54 AM   #7
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Re: The game changers for rock music!

Originally Posted by dr wu View Post
I saw Jerry McGeorge , guitar with Shadows, play with the Mystics his fist band in northwest Indiana at local high schools. He soon joined Shadows 1966 and later H P Lovecraft in 1967 to play bass with them. Sadly I never had a chance to see The Shadows even though they played often in the Chicago area.
I grew up in Arlington Heights, IL, the home base of the Shadows Of Knight. I saw them at The Cellar there many times. To be honest, they weren't very good, although quite popular once their cover of Gloria hit the radio.

The Shadows' singer became a drug dealer after the band broke up. I bought weed from him a couple times in the 70s.
Some people say tube sound is a smoky nightclub with a hot chick in a red dress, itís a warm swimming pool in summer, glowing green against the purple twilight, itís a . . . well, hell, you canít really explain tube sound.
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