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An original written by Greg Land. Greg also sings harmony with Larry on this, and, of course, killed it on the drums. We had a blast with this one. My profound thanks to Judy Dunn for providing the original recording of this, it's the best I've heard
Glenn Little. "Big Boy". "The Legend". Nothing else needs to be said. (Regrettably, the audio on this track was particularly bad. Nevertheless, Glenn's performance shines.)
Les doing a song by Jay Ferguson. Again, later in the evening and the volume is up there!
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We did a lot of Seger. Hey, he had a lot of hits.....
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What can I say, it was a different time. No disrespect intended to anyone, but if this song offends you pretend it's called "Baby Rats".
Mike Cooley proves he was "King of the Clavinet" on this Elvin Bishop song. BTW: there IS some ham in Birmingham. Just sayin'...
A Dan Hartman disco song? Why not? Hey, if it was a hit, we did it. What a fun tune!!
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More than anything, Sunburst was a Rock n' Roll band. This one was right in our wheelhouse. Have a listen as Mike Cooley proves there is nothing else better than a REAL Hammond played through a REAL Leslie cabinet.
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Steely Dan song. Vocal by Larry, guitar solo by Les.
A classic hit by The Alan Parsons Project. This must have been later in the night; the band is playing so loudly the tape is totally saturated in places.
Another change of pace, a Nick Gilder song. Variety was the only constant in the set list. Of all known recordings this probably is the best quality.
Cool harmonies, rock n roll guitar, a great vocal from Larry, and a blood curdling scream from Glenn Little. What more do you need?
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Pablo Cruise song: Vocal by Larry, Guitar solo by Bob
This was one of our favorite songs, originally by Louisiana's LeRoux. A set ender with a solo from everyone: Greg, Glenn (his solo would shake the room), Les, Mike, then Bob. HUGE fun!!
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Larry Gentry could sing anything, as this song proves. Also features killer bass from Glenn, Mike Cooley's amazing keyboards, and Greg Land at his funkiest.