New York, NY/Bring Me Ya Low Down Feelin’s (Decca 32035. 1966)
Man, this one really swings! Sounds like Brill Building with the strings and the obviously pro production, but that fuzz and the killer harp work could be straight outa the Texas hinterlands. A great “hybrid” record that weds two very different styles, and (surprisingly) works really really well. Cool.
I believe this guy is from the band “Holy Moses” (RCA 1971) based in Woodstock N.Y. who did a blend of hard and country rock..I saw them a few times back in ’69-’71..he kind of disappeared after that. The CD was recently released as an import..great stuff…
Billy, that was an awesome, slightly depressing, brutally honest reminiscence. I can’t say I’d have done any different were I in your shoes especially at that age and in regards to Sonny & Cher. Great song, too!
Great story and great songs! I can’t believe these were done in one single take. Also, that’s one cool Guild 12-string in the photo.
Someplace To Be Somebody
As he has done so eloquently in the past Billy Batson speaks the truth… breaks my heart and angers my soul
When will we wake the hell up as a society? …How many roads?
This is brilliant please listen and then go forth and multiply