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  • Robert Martellaro
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    For W.M.

    We (H.S. band) knew about Leroy, the singer and I even took turns using it as a stage name, but I don't think we knew about Bertha.

    I didn't know that my best dance move had a name- the "Messin' Around".

    Jimmy Castor Bunch - The Bertha Butt Boogie 1975

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    Curtis Mayfield - People Get Ready 1989

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    Dobie Gray - Drift Away 1973

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    Mott the Hoople - Hymn for the Dudes 1973

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  • optical24/7
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    The Beatles meet The Crue

    Who ever put this together is a genius…

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Yusuf/Cat Stevens - I Love My Dog 1971

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    Sheryl Crow - Black Betty 2002

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Babe Ruth - The Mexican 1975



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  • Robert Martellaro
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    James "Son" Thomas - Standing At The Crossroads 1969

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Allman Brothers - Every Hungry Woman 1970



    Low res excerpt from 16mm film and 16 track audio.

    About 9 months before Fillmore East.

    Atlanta Pop Festival.
    • Ballin' Jack
    • Bloodrock
    • Bloomsbury People
    • Cactus
    • Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys
    • Chakra
    • Chambers Brothers
    • Goose Creek Symphony
    • Grand Funk Railroad
    • Gypsy
    • Memphis State University cast of "Hair"
    • Hampton Grease Band
    • Handle
    • Richie Havens
    • Hedge & Donna
    • The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    • It's a Beautiful Day
    • Johnny Jenkins
    • B.B. King
    • Lee Michaels
    • Mott the Hoople
    • Mountain
    • Poco
    • Procol Harum
    • Radar
    • Rare Earth
    • Terry Reid
    • Rig
    • Savage Grace
    • John Sebastian
    • Bob Seger System
    • Spirit
    • Ten Years After
    • U.S. Kids
    • Johnny Winter

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Postmodern Jukebox - Barbie Girl 2015

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Freddie King - Ain't No Sunshine 1973

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  • Robert Martellaro
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    Previously posted. https://www.optiboard.com/forums/sho...l=1#post566323

    Big Skynard fan though, especially when Steve Gaines joined the group. So, a treat for you- Lynyrd Skynyrd (before Gaines), complete, live BBC TV concert. Commercial videotape at the time probably had about 500 lines. This looks like a very good digital transfer from a 1st generation master tape. Play it loud.

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