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Sample Discography:
James Brown and his musical revue piqued our  interest in playing soul music
and becoming a show band (with choreography).  We also liked Chicago and
Blood, Sweat & Tears which both had similar structures to us.   Then there was
the screamin' guitar sound of Lonnie Mack, Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton.  
We've always preferred a great beat,  guttural vocals, and songs with emotion.  

Today we still  play what we think is our own blend of 60's rockin' soul, along
with some newer, ever evolving tunes.   Picking songs is a democratic process.   
We mostly like the same things and our tastes haven't changed dramatically, but
there are still individual preferences.  But a standing rule is: any band member
can bring a tune and an arrangement and we'll give it try!    
Bobby "Blue" Bland
Recorded at Audio House, this soulful song features Butch
and his raspy voice.   Recorded circa 1967.
Musical Influences:
20-75 is a hard driving instrumental featuring our screamin'
lead guitar player, Steve Elliott.  Recorded circa 1967.
Here's a tune recorded live at the inaugural Kansas Music
Hall of Fame induction, held at the old Red Dog Inn in
January, 2005.   It features Butch and Steve Dahl on vocals.    
Willie Mitchell
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20-75
Bobby "Blue" Bland
Turn On Your
Love Light
Our Music
Arthur Alexander
Features Jerry singing lead and Steve Dahl singing
harmony.  It speaks to many of us when we were young.  
We released this song on ATCO Records in 1967.
Okay kids, we
call this a 45!
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