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Clay Farmer performs his original song “Come To Me” at KUHT on 4-28-04. Robert DiBlanco bass, Joe Deleon drums, Randy Wall keyboards More Clay Farmer: “Crippled Picket Fences” Check out more Houston Music.
Cheek performs their song “Catawampus (Cattiwampus)” at the old KUHT studios circa 2000 Catawampus (Cattiwampus) was a common usage for Jay Maulsby’s grandfather, the legendary Houston western artist Mark Storm. Cheek was the only band I recorded that was censored … Continue reading
Clay Farmer performs his original song “Crippled Picket Fences” at KUHT on 4-28-04 Robert DiBlanco bass, Joe Deleon drums, Randy Wall keyboards More Clay Farmer: “Come To Me” Check out more Houston Music.
Cheek performs “Drop” at KUHT circa 2001 . Cheek was the only band I recorded that was censored. I was told as the time that they were too heavy and that our primary audience was little old ladies. And in … Continue reading
The Trade performs “Chameleon” at KUHT on 1-21-03 Features an extensive Keith Vivens bass solo. More The Trade “Llama Bamba”, The Trade “First Fall Song” at KUHT 1-21-03, and “Unison”.
Kelly Dean plays the Yamaha WX7 on his composition with Grenade, “All You Can Eat Ribs” at KUHT on 3-26-03. More from Grenade “Rhino Wino”, “Stage Fright”, and “Do It Again” Check out more Houston Music.
Grenade performs the Kelly Dean original jazz composition “Stage Fright” at KUHT on 3-26-03 More from Grenade “All You Can Eat Ribs”, “Rhino Wino”, and “Do It Again” Check out more Houston Music.
Bassist David Craig performs his original jazz composition, “El Camino Del Sol” at KUHT on 1-5-03, featuring Bob Chadwick (bass flute), Dennis Dotson (trumpet), Mike Wheeler (Guitar), Woody Witt.(sax), and Sebastian “Bash” Whittaker (percussion). More David Craig “Ringo Star”, “El … Continue reading
David Craig and Sebastian “Bash” Whittaker and I all went to HSPVA. I was a couple of years ahead, so I think I mixed them a few times for Happenings, Spaghetti Super and a couple of Jazz Ensemble concerts. Right … Continue reading