Just adding a comment re Andrew Gold - not saying Linda was a one hit wonder.I'm diggin' that MD441.
Near the end of this video, is that Waddy Wachtel playing the sunburst LP in the background with the really long frizzy hair?
Just so we're clear that Linda could sing plumbing codes.Just adding a comment re Andrew Gold - not saying Linda was a one hit wonder.
Andrew Gold was a great musician (on the album version of this song he played percussion, drums, electric piano and played the guitar solo). Waddy Wachtel was part of her back up band along with Andrew Gold.
My favorite version of this song (Jeff Baxter on the Congas).
Actually it's Dan Hartmann on guitar. Vincent and G.E Smith played on the album Instant Replay, but Hartmann played everything except congas and sax on the song "Instant Replay." He also played all the instruments on "Chocolate Box" from that album. And apparently Vinnie Vincent only played rhythm and acoustic guitar on the album, all the leads being from Smith.Dan was an interesting guy. Let’s not forget these classics he was involved in.
Some sweet Vinny Vincent in that one.
We got up to No. 46 on the Billboard dance charts. We recorded it Electric Lady, I played a strat plugged into the board. I’m still getting checks in the mail but not enough to live on. This video ain’t for everyone.
Me, too. That song also got a ton of airplay on Live 105 in the Bay Area.I actually remember that. It's been a long time.
Zappa, The Allman Brothers, and The Dead each had only one top 40 hit. Is there another definition?