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August 20, 2008

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Captain Wrong

I always thought I was the only one who collected these demo discs. :)

Hear It Wow

We might be the only two, Captain, because there's always plenty of them at record stores around here until I buy them.

Ernie (Not Bert)

No, no, no, I've got a ton of them, too. It's just that none of the ones I have are very good. Never actually seen this one, though. I'll have to keep my eyes peeled. Actually, that sounds really painful...

Jimmy Nations

I made a trip down to Memphis in 1997 and stopped by Charlie Feathers house, where i was greeted warmly, but with some confusion on how i heard of him and it took some convincing that there are big Charlie Feathers fans out there, believe it or not.

We sat on his front porch, spittin' tobacco, while he talked about Junior Kimbrough (R.I.P.) the Chulahoma, MS Bluesman. The two of them were completely unique musicians - he was very excited that I had heard of Kimbrough (I had plans to go to his juke joint that evening). He asked me to sit in his car and listen to a cassette of them playing music together - priceless! i have a photo of this moment on my website (www.jimmynations.com). I will treasure that memory.

regards, Jimmy

Jimmy Nations

I made a trip down to Memphis in 1997 and stopped by Charlie Feathers house, where i was greeted warmly, but with some confusion on how i heard of him and it took some convincing that there are big Charlie Feathers fans out there, believe it or not.

We sat on his front porch, spittin' tobacco, while he talked about Junior Kimbrough (R.I.P.) the Chulahoma, MS Bluesman. The two of them were completely unique musicians - he was very excited that I had heard of Kimbrough (I had plans to go to his juke joint that evening). He asked me to sit in his car and listen to a cassette of them playing music together - priceless! i have a photo of this moment on my website (www.jimmynations.com). I will treasure that memory.

regards, Jimmy

Waxwing

Great! I remember hearing a clip from that trumpet section on a quadraphonic history web page. Now I know what it's from. I have a small logitech 5.1 system on my computer, and it has a "matrix" switch that sets up the back speakers for stereo music. It sounds like it catches the separation on these tracks. Well it sounds great to me. Looking forward to more tracks.

Inkydog

I'd love to hear side two of this...

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