LIBERACE PERFORMS "SUNNY" LIVE ON THE SMOTHERS BROTHERS TV SHOW!
Sunday, May 26, 2013 8:59 AM We received this e mail from Steve Keith, bass player for North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts group PRIVATE LIGHTNING (A & M Records)
Here's Private Lightning's biggest song, "Physical Speed"
Paul Van Ness, Guitar
Patty Van Ness, Violin
Adam Sherman, Vocals
Eric Kaufman, Keyboards
Steve Keith, Bass
Scott Woodman, Drums
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|Tracklisting / Additional Info:||
|Year of Release:||1973 - 40 years old|
|Title:||The Sound Of Love|
|Country of Origin:||UK|
|Language:||Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.|
|Condition :||All items are at least excellent condition unless we state otherwise so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to source items as close to Mint condition as possible, many will indeed be unplayed and as close to new as you could hope to find. Others may be 'used', however, all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.|
|EIL.COM Ref No||LI8LPTH491914 (quote this reference in any e-mails, letters, faxes or phone calls to help identify this item)|
Chapter 11 : Bobby Hebb
Following a sleepless night, I met the others once more in Denmark Street where Bobby Hebb introduced us to his act. He seemed to have got over his disappointment at the lack of brass players and made a great effort to put us at ease. Most of his set was not too demanding, although I struggled at first with “Sunny”, which was built on an all-important bass line.
Patiently, Bobby taught me the song note for note, pointing out the mistake that the studio bassist had made on the record. John Goodison proved to be a solid, reliable musician. He was a veteran player, leading his own outfit called Johnny B. Great and the Quotations, backing the Walker Brothers, probably the biggest act in the business at that time.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
I said a sad goodbye to Bobby at Heathrow Airport. A month is not very long, but during the intensity of a hectic tour, with people living and working in close proximity, it’s almost impossible not to forge some sort of bond. I never saw Bobby again, although we corresponded by letter several times. He never repeated his success, but “Sunny” went on to become one of the most covered tunes in the history of popular music – a well deserved success for one of the nicest people that I had the pleasure of working with. (Nick Simper of The Pirates)