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July 14, 2020

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But if you're really going to dance to the Turn-On Song, you're going need your toreadors, aren't you?

Look closely at poster to see "produced by E.J.D."
The great Edward Joseph Dougherty.
Must have run a jillion commercials on "62" for his concerts, mostly at the Salem Armory.
Passed away, maybe 10 years ago.
Truly great guy.

The kid on far right makes me think of Alfred E. Newman...

Nice interview here with Bob Holden, drummer for the band.

https://tapeop.com/interviews/83/bob-holden/

Bob dated and alter married the girl that my parents had take care for me when they went out for the evening. He'd listen to my father's jazz and big band records

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