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Old 09-11-2020, 09:06 AM   #421
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I've been listening to the entirety of Woodstock thanks to Rhino's 38 disc complete set. I'm about 1/4 of the way through Day 2.

I had never heard of Keef Hartley, mostly because he was the only one to demand money upfront for recording and release rights at the festival. Demanded $2000 and was denied. So nothing from his set was ever released until all rights were renegotiated for the Rhino release. Lots of lesser known artists became popular due to the film and soundtrack, which were the only ways to experience it afterwards.

I wasn't the least bit expecting how awesome his set was, and went to listen to his albums. I love this album on the first couple listens, and it's rare that a late '60s album is this good, and this "unknown." It's British blues/rock with horns, sounds like Chicago at times, but with a touch of late-60's The Who. So I wanted to bring to this group their first album Halfbreed.

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Old 09-11-2020, 09:40 AM   #422
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Nice! Not one that I’m even remotely familiar with, but it sounds right up my alley. I’m excited to hear it.
Itís all a load of bullocks, and bullocks to it all.
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