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Permalink Vintage Slacktone: Bells of St. Kahuna

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Early Slacktone clip with Mike Sullivan!

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"It starts... when it begins" -- Ralf Kilauea

Dave playing a Strat. And look at all that hair (~3:00)!

Nice find!


trip down memory road,
seems like so long ago.


My favorite tune from the Slacktones.

My friend Jim Nugent from the UK (Pipeline Magazine) was very impressed by the power generated by the group in the vast room of the Starting Gate and left very happy, he also liked very much the other bands some he had already seen last year at Allen's party in South Bay.

For your information, he also left very happy because he won a brand new Les Paul Signature, Billy Morrison Model Gibson in a beautiful solid
caisse just for havng put his name on a piece of paper and dropped it in a container an hour before at tht GIBSON booth an hour earlier at the NAMM show last Saturday.


That rocks Abdel! What a lucky dude!

Be careful following the masses. Sometimes the "M" is silent...........................

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