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"Baby You Come Rollin' Cross My Mind"
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Peppermint Trolley: Clavinet ’67

It’s always a thrill when somebody who actually served on the front lines of music history reaches out to help fill in some of the historical gaps.  Just last month, Danny Faragher of the Peppermint Trolley Company chimed in on an earlier NRBQ piece that attempts to identify the earliest

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"Baby You Come Rollin' Cross My Mind"
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Jesse Lee Kincaid – The Sound of ’67

Steve Stanley’s article in Shindig! #38 about Jesse Lee Kincaid – original member of The Rising Sons with Taj Mahal and Ry Cooder – made me curious to hear the two singles he recorded for Capitol.  Kincaid’s first – “She Sang Hymns Out of Tune” – from December 1966 would

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