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I'm gonna bury YOU and them Buddy Holly glasses!

overheated distilleries moved absentee shins, penetrated infrasonic creameries of fire during divinity's effete, Battle-planed, plenitude and excremental, orotund fixating; an alcohol-island of Seagram-casement, condensed and burgeoning: unholiness-Fried kidskin.

This reminds me of the mood he was in when he said two things to me. One night at the Ritz New Years Eve with my girlfriend, Joan, he Karate Chopped me backstage and turned to her and said: 

Get ridda HIM and WE'LL Make Looooove!

Second time at the House of Blues in New Orleans, he walked over to my chair apropos of nothing except amphetamine psychosis and pinned my black plastic glasses frame to my forehead with his finger and said: 

 I'm gonna bury YOU and them Buddy Holly glasses!

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sought-after studio musician, recording with the Bee Gees and also contributing instrumentally to Brook Benton's "Rainy Night in Georgia" (1969), Frankie Valli's "Grease" (1978), Andy Gibbs' album "Shadow Dancing" (1978), and the Barbra Streisand and Barry Gibb duet "Guilty"

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no one likes this picture of this lady because they are too scared that she will fuck with them if they don't say (think) the right thing John Diamond Tedd Prudhomme Tim Parrish Steppenwolf - Band, etc. she's not on fb, but i can get your msgs. to her. what she doesn't like is BEING IGNORED. i am being told to cut this short right now

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everybody gets a smile from the happiest guy in the room

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RIP Harold Cowart
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this is supposed to start a bass player thread war: like 'what do you mean if i can find them?', and then the other bassist replies with some kind of notation from 'islands in the stream' which are obviously unobtrusively emanating from something which can never be explained or restrained from anyone except the baton rouge/praireville king of the bottom. if you never follow my posts then scroll d... See More

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Birth: Jun. 12, 1944
Baton Rouge
East Baton Rouge Parish
Louisiana, USA
Death: Jun. 27, 2010
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Harold Cowart – Wikipedia
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for my german peeps

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RIP Harold Cowart
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this is sad. just listen to some of the lines if you can find them

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I liked a @YouTube video https://t.co/psiCUlOhmv working with Harold Cowart in the studio

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he's like the greatest guy ever

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it was his best birthday ever. he was kind of dark. there's a really long new yorker piece i could steer you to but it may be too long to read these days

RIP Merle Haggard

i guess nobody gets excited anymore

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my favorite artist and best advertisement against and for self-medicating. who knew i would find the greatest artist in the world, Noel Rockmore, at Original Johnny White's on St. Peter, right around the corner from me and Willy DeVille's house in the French Quarter. who knew anything anyhow?

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okay, after all that call me at the something residence stay america, and then let it ring for a long time because they are incompetent and then ask for me by name (ask brenda my name) or room 225 and see if you can get through. if not you can totally be in a class action suit with my mother and a couple other people. love, m

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was it pug or...we'll i'm blanking. i've known a lot of famous people but he was the most gifted writer i've still ever met, and like he made you want to write, he made me want to live, and got me my first job in nyc through his longtime publisher at knopf, simply because i was the only student who looked him up and drank with him in oxford after msu was over. i've got all the first editions, even nightwatchmen with its purple cover. i cried when he died--i think somewhere between chilton, dickinson, deville, rockmore, etc.

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Through his friend Vetter, Hornsby’s album is eventually released but not promoted, and he begins years of live performances, living in Baton Rouge on the edge of fame, continually pushing away those close to him. He drifts to Nashville for a second shot at recording, but instead of a hit manages to find a wife and partner. After his music career finally crashes, Hornsby finds redemption, of sorts... See More

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i've found what we were always hoping for Andy McLenon Donald At MotiveArt John Diamond, who else was acquainted? this king fish clip is too much to handle.

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omg you find out everything on the internet: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyril_Vetter he did a book on butch and has done stuff with fonville, my favorite la photog who i used to sell in the french quarter at A Gallery For Fine Photography

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does it really sound good? i know how much juice Johnny Palazzotto has. and if he found, produced, or did anything to bring us Butch Hornby i am forever grateful; and i am already with his allegiance or just association with Cyril Vetter and the Genesis of Swingin' Medallions and let's shout out John Fred and the Playboys but do i have to like this record to support? i might do it. but only because Hans VanBrackle was such a cool guy who provided a calming influence on the anniversary of a group which they admittedly admired. i would love to listen to it if someone can squash it down into something online. love, m.

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