Many thanks Preston. There are now few left who were there in the 50s. Look forward. All Best Davedvd.brown
Dave, i did write a short essay called "Walkin' with the Kings". Your encouragement won't go amiss. I'll expand it. On hearing George & friends play for an all
Preston Profound thanks for sharing your fascinating experiences. You were a lucky man to be there at that time and to be able to mix so closely with great --dvd.brown
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