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April 2, 2020 at 12:14 am in reply to: Sound Elixir (some questions about it, and my case for it) #9384
When I was in the UK in 2003 and staying at Ronnie & Bev Dalrymple’s place, Ronnie gave me a CD by a band called Sattelite Falls (if memory serves). Said band featured two or three of Pete’s boys and I don’t think it ever got released, but it was bloody brilliant and it’s obvious that they were talented.
- I have done my own website (www.nssworld.com) and on there are listed every concert I’ve attended (or at least 90% of them) and every CD in my collection.
- Now Snakes and Ladders was rubbish, but Sound Elixir is gold, but I understand how you can feel different because you are so close to it that it’s hard to be objective.
- Yes, Rick James did you right and saved your bacon. We’re a hard loving town, but in the 80’s we were down in the dumps, so you picked a wrong time to mock us. But, it’s all in the past and we forgive easily.
- If you played a concert in Buffalo, in the 70’s or 80’s, it was most likely promoted by Harvey Weinstein of Harvey and Corky (later Harvey, Corkey and Tice). As a matter of fact, I think I saw on your site that Nazareth played Shea’s Theater in Buffalo and that was an Ed Tice production.
Peace and stay safe, NSSMarch 30, 2020 at 1:18 am in reply to: Sound Elixir (some questions about it, and my case for it) #9351
I stand with Chris, Sound Elixir is brilliant. Rain on the Window should have been the hit on the album.