Not a very happy looking bunch. As I said before, these were not particularly fun days for us, especially if we had to play later the same evening. After all, growing boys need their rest! Mick Orton
Month: February 2014
A press release was submitted to the local Marin County newspaper, The Marin Independent Journal, about the IRRMA induction. They used a portion of it to tie the story to local news. Read the entire article here. Mick Orton
Here is yet another photo from the Worthington series taken in the Fall of 1976. Mick Orton
This is the lead sheet for the song “Lover” which appeared on the second album, “Sailing on Fantasies”.
“Here they come… walking down the street… Get the funniest looks from…” I absolutely love what came out of this photo session. And this is one of the nicest pictures from this “pose”; one of the few that is in… Read More ›
Here are the lead sheets for our song, “Rock & Roll Game” which Ken wrote for the “Sailing on Fantasies” album. As you can see it was published by Love Street which was Art’s endeavor. This was one of the… Read More ›
Okay, I couldn’t resist. After posting a bunch of stuff already today, I went into the third set of photos and just could not stop laughing. Judging from these outtakes, we were having a GREAT time. In later posts you… Read More ›