One is correct. This was when Bill was relatively unknown and I think, living in NJ.Originally posted by KLB
O-o-o-o So sorry Muddy, not Dougie.Originally posted by muddy
hahaha!!!! i'd recognize that hi-hat work anywhere, considering the guy & i played with each other more than we did in any other git-drum combo!!! that's dougie. and the bassist, whom i've known even longer than dougie, i'll let someone else guess... the band is stone tiger, btw.
ps...i forgot, you won't know who "dougie" is; dougie bowne, the lounge lizards' drummer for 7 years (the 1st go-round), iggy for 3 (tv party, chris whitley, jack bruce's "question of time," m faithfull, ryuichi, john cale, it's a bloody long list.
pps...oh yeah, & bill was playing through the e. harmonix 16sec delay back then.
Drummer would not have happened to have played with Herbie??Originally posted by lhallam
O-o-o-o So sorry Muddy, not Dougie.
The only effect I saw Bill using was the Yamaha digital delay.
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Yeah Scott that is Percy Jones on bass. I had the very good fortune to meet him. My partner and I booked them at a club called The Fives in Manhattan where we were booking bands in the '80's.
The first show was a packed house but we could only pay the entire band $200. (Long story). We booked another show for them and once again all we could pay was $200. Though no fault of my own, I've always felt very bad about it.
OK gents, still awaiting on the drummer. First hint, I'm pretty sure he is American.
You got it.Originally posted by scottl
Drummer would not have happened to have played with Herbie??
Dunno. My first contact was when Percy did a gig in '82 at "My Father's Place" with a gtr player from another group we booked called "Noize 'R Us" (love that name).Originally posted by Bassomatic
Thanks, man. I've always wanted to hear ST, and actually limewired 'em just a couple days ago (to no effect).
Think Matte saw 'em in NYC the same year (same show?).
ya mean lloyd? that was my friend mickey ortiz's (rip) band. percy was their bass player.Originally posted by lhallam
Dunno. My first contact was when Percy did a gig in '82 at "My Father's Place" with a gtr player from another group we booked called "Noize 'R Us" (love that name)
Wish I knew Muddy. He was fairly tall, played a blonde strat and had a unique approach. Jim Matus maybe ? - just looked him up, think that's the guy.Originally posted by muddy
ya mean lloyd? that was my friend mickey ortiz's (rip) band. percy was their bass player.