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    old guy.......back at you with the new year wishes..........i touch base with neil or penny every once in a while......i'll give them a shout out for you.........the winter is a bit milder so far, but it was only last year that we survived some -50° wind chill stuff, and i'm a california guy at heart so it was tough for me.....

    Harry Boulier is playing in a cover band up there in Michigan, and Gary Markley sold all his property in Detroit and moved up to Torch Lake. Our dear Ruth retired, and she and her husband bought a house up in Ann Arbor, so she basically went back home. John Collier pops up every once in a while, and seems to enjoy growing and photographing his orchids and bromeliads. My favorite Fender bass guitar player in the whole world, Mark Swanberg, damn near died last Christmas from sepsis. After a year of surgeries and recovery in Nashville where his daughter lives, he's back home in Tupelo, Mississippi, having a cup of coffee with Elvis. I'm still writing and recording in my own little studio, so the rock 'n roll will never die in this household.


    If you'll get your snail mail address to me, I'll send you a flash drive with a copy of the ill fated movie/documentary Stonefront: The Garwood Years put on there. It never really got finished, and I think it needs a narrative laid over the top of it, but it is what it is, and it's pretty enjoyable if you ask me.


    I'll leave you now with a photograph of some of your old buddies…… Check with you later.


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    Larry, thanks for the information about everyone. And yes, I’d love to have a copy of that. I sent you a P.M. with the info.


    On another note, I was wondering if you’d seen the movie (documentary?) Echo in the Canyon. An excellent film about Laurel Canyon, but more importantly a lot about the evolution of the early West coast sound and guitar riffs. Kind of a Pet Sounds meets Sgt. Pepper. Jakob Dylan, Roger McGuinn, Brian Wilson, Tom Petty, Stephen Stills, Eric Clapton, etc.
    Excellent watch for old guitar aficionados like you and Markley.

    Maybe you’ve seen it. If not, definitely check it out. I watched it on Netflix but I think you can find it other places too. You can google the trailer.

    I’ll keep in touch. I’ve got a few things I’d like to add to this thread but I need to remember how to utilize the tools.

    I’ll be around. Bush Mark,

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