"Don't go Away Mad" Little Village

soul-o

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Well, the better Little Village album is John Hiatt’s “Bring The Family”, but I’m a fan of this ensemble. I asked Jim Kelttner about it one timer (no big deal, I was just having coffee with him and Al Kooper. As one does) and he kind of winced and said “Nick’s bass amp was always too loud”.
 

elihu

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Well, the better Little Village album is John Hiatt’s “Bring The Family”, but I’m a fan of this ensemble. I asked Jim Kelttner about it one timer (no big deal, I was just having coffee with him and Al Kooper. As one does) and he kind of winced and said “Nick’s bass amp was always too loud”.
Mids are everything. I recently got a new bass with a humbucker and I'm having to scoop drastically to make room for everything else.
 

Slip Kid

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I loved Little Village. Wished they had put out another album. I read that their tour compleatly bombed. Wish I had seen them live.
I wish that I saw them as well. I actually had the chance but didn’t go (probably because I didn’t know of anyone that would have gone with me). It is one of my few concerts that I had the opportunity to go to but didn’t regrets (the others being Johnny Cash and Roy Buchanan’s last concert).
 

gitold

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I wish that I saw them as well. I actually had the chance but didn’t go (probably because I didn’t know of anyone that would have gone with me). It is one of my few concerts that I had the opportunity to go to but didn’t regrets (the others being Johnny Cash and Roy Buchanan’s last concert).
That’s ok, I didn’t go see Jimi cause it was a nickel bag or Jimi and the nickel bag won. He died before I had another chance.
 




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