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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by WorkinSteamin, Jul 22, 2015.
Cool, I never saw that one before.
Where is that drummer now?
I can only imagine him seeing how Jimi's career unfolded.
Assuming his age is a bit older than Jimi looking at that pic, he'd be in his mid-80s now.
I was in the audience, 10th grade. Ronny still active and works a good bit with my old partner.
Gary Dobbins, one of the guitarists in Duckbutter, used to come to a jam we were having out on IRB. He was the first guy I ever saw playing slide live. He showed me damping behind the slide.
Sir Jimi was verbally frustrated by the stream of flashbulbs, the cell phone distraction of those days.*
*not to throw shade at those sharing pictures.
My old neighborhood, Adams Morgan, but I lived there much later. AdMo was an arty section and culturally diverse before diversity was cool. Grateful Dead was booked to do the Ambassador, a poster was produced, but the joint closed before the Dead show happened. Some sources say the city, in those days of no home rule that meant Congress, started putting obstacles in their way with things like permits etc.
I was on Biltmore street, half a block from the site, a little square, a bank, and a police substation now.
Your account here is very thorough, thanks for posting.
If you mean all the text in that particular post, I didn't write that. I forgot to put it in quote marks to show I was quoting someone else.
No worries, you curated it.
Jimi in 63 with his brand new Epiphone Wilshire ...
With Billy Cox on bass.