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June 02, 2008

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Dale Hazelton

Not one MP3? I'm a tad slow on the uptake and aren't familiar with them....

Ray Brazen

Silver Apples original lineup reunion at Maxwell's -- greatest reunion show I ever saw, and bear in mind that I've also seen the reunited Stooges AND Pretty Things so you know that's a big compliment.

It was also the most intimate reunion show I ever saw -- especially when you consider that only 40 or 50 people were there all told.

Geoff Greenberg

From their MySpace page:
Danny Taylor passed away recently (March 10 2005) of a heart attack in Kingston, New York at the age of 56.

Arvo

Well, whatever responsibility WFMU has in it, I'm grateful. I'm in a band (Loto Ball Show) that is touring with Simeon's solo incarnation of Silver Apples later this month and I'm excited as hell about it.

Arvo

Well, whatever responsibility WFMU has in it, I'm grateful. I'm in a band (Loto Ball Show) that is touring with Simeon's solo incarnation of Silver Apples later this month and I'm excited as hell about it.

Arvo

Well, whatever responsibility WFMU has in it, I'm grateful. I'm in a band (Loto Ball Show) that is touring with Simeon's solo incarnation of Silver Apples later this month and I'm excited as hell about it.

larry the bagelman

I doubt anyone will see this post - but back in 1968 I did a show on WFMU when it was still on Prospect St. & was owned by Upsala - I would do free concerts in the parks in NYC - Thompkins Sq. in particular- I got a call from the Silver Apples asking to perform for free - we packed about 6000 people into that little park one Saturday in the spring & they blew the audience away - Danny had to be one of the greatest drummers of the time & their homemade Moog synthesizer(sp.) was unbelieveable

larry the bagelman

I doubt anyone will see this post - but back in 1968 I did a show on WFMU when it was still on Prospect St. & was owned by Upsala - I would do free concerts in the parks in NYC - Thompkins Sq. in particular- I got a call from the Silver Apples asking to perform for free - we packed about 6000 people into that little park one Saturday in the spring & they blew the audience away - Danny had to be one of the greatest drummers of the time & their homemade Moog synthesizer(sp.) was unbelieveable

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