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Group mentioned by name only in BS Unfortunately no information was found regarding group history. They each shared a mutual passion for making music and melding a wide variety of musical sounds, cultures and genres. The band began writing original music that often featured elaborate harmonies, introspective lyrics and cleverly crafted musical arrangements.
Many of their early songs were written during their college days living in a leaky mobile home they shared affectionately called, "The Chicken Shack".
The band developed a significant following and began to attract the attention of various record labels as they began performing throughout the United States and Canada occasionally with bassist, Ken Kauffman.
Following the recording of a third album, "Under Underhill" inthe band parted ways due to uncontrollable circumstances and the album was shelved. However, interest in the band continued through the years. During this time, they also began writing new music.
The material the band wrote during this period was fresh and invigorating. The band realized that after their long hiatus, they were now writing at a new level and doing their best work yet. More than that, there was an underlying message emerging from this new music, a message carrying a call to action for needed change in the world.
The new work was filled with images of light and life. During this time, founding member Neil Richardson left the band and was replaced by James Hanford bass.
The resulting album was entitled, "Memoirs" which earned the band several song-writing awards and industry recognition. Duringthe band expanded their sound with the addition of violin player, Margie Lang-Garnhart, and welcomed a new bass player, Graham Drew.
The band continues to record and perform in the area with recent notable appearances at the Baltimore Sail-a-bration event and Artscape festival.
The band is active online via Facebook and at drumfishmusic. Bass players also included Tom Roach and Carey Zeigler for brief periods.
Dusty Roads Band briefly noted in BS Toward the end of their run, vocalist Viki Childs subbed for Donna. Viki and Tom went on to join Jeffrey.
The horn section also included saxophonist Michael Bavotta. The El Rays placed 4th in Civic Center battle of the bands. The group performed throughout the mid-Atlantic region.
The following blog from The University of Iowa was forwarded to me and I found to be very interesting. Here is Rick Elliott of Apricot Brandy in his own words: Fortunately, he ducked in the nick of time and I was spared embarrassment and a possible lawsuit.
The end of my theremin story is that Vivian Rudow, a noted Baltimore composer, placed an advertisement in the newspaper seeking a theremin.
In responding to her ad, I found that she was composing a piece for bassoon and theremin, wherein the bassoonist played the theremin with his feet at the same time he played the bassoon.
I built her a theremin, after which she told me that I should get out of music and into electronics, where I could make more money and be a lot less miserable. Davis and Brown had formerly been members of Catonsville group The 4th Chapter.
Elusion evolved to become Saturn Circle, featuring most of the same members plus a horn section. It should be noted that a "permanent" horn section of J. All three also provided vocals. Fast Eddie record release: Member David Collins had formerly been with Blue Ice Fatal Fury- David Collins on far left.- DREAM - I was living in an apartment building, and my mother was Victoria Lord Davidson.
(Victoria is the elder mother on "One Life to Live - TV show). 2 PAGE MEDLEYS-STANDARD TUNING Aba Daba Honeymoon/Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey s; Accentuate the Positive/Blue Moon s; Accentuate the Positive/Good Day Sunshine s; Accentuate the Positive/Make Someone Happy.
This is our list of BACK 2 BACK Hits 45 RPM VINYL Records made especially for jukeboxes. Currently most of the below items are out of print, but we are keeping the list online because it contains the most popular jukebox songs. Addendum to Baltimore Sounds As fate would have it, the day the final copy was submitted to the printer, I discovered more records that were not included in the new and improved updated version.
I sit in a room with a closed door. I sit in a chair beside my mother and hold her hand. I sit there for awhile and then I move to the chair near her window. There are no restrictions on how far you should project your letter to — you can write to your future self 1 year, 3 years, write a letter to myself years, or even 10 years from now!
Doing this exercise can be a really insightful experience.