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  • Sacred Songs and Places: Inspired by George Harrison... - Digital Music Insider
    Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Skip Isley says October 12 2011 at 4 24 am I ll take a shot at this kind of a musical journey thru my life and you brought up JB Scotts have not heard that name since I left Albany after highschool 1978 SPAC Charlie Daniels Band It wasn t so much about CDB although the song was 1 it was my first time at a concert with my girlfriend And about 30 000 other people The vibe was electric music was more than the radio for the first time 1980 Glens Falls Civic Center as a regular concert goer remember when you could afford to see every show in town Van Halen Rush Foreigner were just some of the shows attended that year but the best was Queen Freddie was the consummate frontman and it was the best opening I ever saw to a show 1980 Palace Theater Albany this was where you could see the more fringe acts when they came around Frank Zappa and Devo share special places in my musical hard drive from this arena 1982 89 Salisbury Civic Center Salisbury MD the acoustics sucked and they never got many shows other than heavy metal and southern rock but this was my intro to the backstage experience I was still psyched to get free tix from the radio station I worked at to see acts like Blackfoot or Iron Maiden But to hang out backstage too I was going to like this gig 1987 Hampton Roades Colesium U2 was taking a break from filming for Rattle Hum they had become the biggest band in the world and were loose and on fire They got up on stage and messed around with the BoDeans Dalton Bros and this show marked the only time Larry ever sang on stage Energy level was an 11 from start to finish I decided this was my favorite band that night 1986 91 The Ritz NYC yes the balcony did feel like it was coming down I still remember seeing Living Colour there just before they broke and couldn t believe a band could garner such a response without being superstars already Also spent some quality time with Paul Kantner upstairs after a show 1985 2005 Merriweather Post Pavilion the only shed I ve been to more than a few times Amazing tailgating experiences outside for Buffett sweaty shows in the summer with Petty Henley Plant Doobies Green Day Killers and a sloppy drunk Replacements 1985 2011 Bottle Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Fred Jacobs says October 12 2011 at 2 25 pm OK Jack now you ve opened up a can of worms Actually I have just a few truly sacred places Michigan State University 1973 5 I m a fledgling TV radio student and Roger McGuinn who s now a solo artist drops by our student TV studio after a gig and allows us to tape him doing several accoustic songs including Chestnut Mare He has a feeling that videos of songs will be big one day and shows us his briefcase phone He comes back two other times over the next couple of years to continue to practice with a bunch of students The Dakota December 1980 I m living in Manhattan working for ABC s Owned FM stations I m watching Monday Night Football the Lennnon story breaks and I m calling in reports to several of ABC s Rock stations from a phone booth across the street from the Dakota throughout the next day I always walk by the Dakota every time I m in NYC My wedding in 1987 My bride and I choose Dire Straits Theme from Local Hero as the song that accompanies our wedding My mother in law asks why we aren t using traditional Jewish music for the ceremony I explain that Mark Knopfler s Jewish and it s all good Thanks for asking Jack Reply Natalie says October 12 2011 at 7 26 pm My brother s vacant bedroom didn t have my own stereo listening to Joni and Laura and Joni and Laura Incredible String Band Pentangle Fairport Convention and Aretha Reply Nancy Blum says October 15 2011 at 12 14 am the main point bryn mawr pa 1970 1971 james taylor g d was in the house Reply Nancy Blum says October 16 2011 at 6 14 pm The Main Point Bryn Mawr PA 1970 1971 James Taylor It was like being in the Holy of Holies Reply Tim Devine says June 1 2015 at 12 41 pm Great post So many to name First and foremost The Roxy in LA Just saw U2 there on Thursday and Courtney Barnett last night Seen many exclusive high profile small club shows there from Bob Marley to Springsteen

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  • Sacred Songs and Places: Inspired by George Harrison... - Digital Music Insider
    Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Skip Isley says October 12 2011 at 4 24 am I ll take a shot at this kind of a musical journey thru my life and you brought up JB Scotts have not heard that name since I left Albany after highschool 1978 SPAC Charlie Daniels Band It wasn t so much about CDB although the song was 1 it was my first time at a concert with my girlfriend And about 30 000 other people The vibe was electric music was more than the radio for the first time 1980 Glens Falls Civic Center as a regular concert goer remember when you could afford to see every show in town Van Halen Rush Foreigner were just some of the shows attended that year but the best was Queen Freddie was the consummate frontman and it was the best opening I ever saw to a show 1980 Palace Theater Albany this was where you could see the more fringe acts when they came around Frank Zappa and Devo share special places in my musical hard drive from this arena 1982 89 Salisbury Civic Center Salisbury MD the acoustics sucked and they never got many shows other than heavy metal and southern rock but this was my intro to the backstage experience I was still psyched to get free tix from the radio station I worked at to see acts like Blackfoot or Iron Maiden But to hang out backstage too I was going to like this gig 1987 Hampton Roades Colesium U2 was taking a break from filming for Rattle Hum they had become the biggest band in the world and were loose and on fire They got up on stage and messed around with the BoDeans Dalton Bros and this show marked the only time Larry ever sang on stage Energy level was an 11 from start to finish I decided this was my favorite band that night 1986 91 The Ritz NYC yes the balcony did feel like it was coming down I still remember seeing Living Colour there just before they broke and couldn t believe a band could garner such a response without being superstars already Also spent some quality time with Paul Kantner upstairs after a show 1985 2005 Merriweather Post Pavilion the only shed I ve been to more than a few times Amazing tailgating experiences outside for Buffett sweaty shows in the summer with Petty Henley Plant Doobies Green Day Killers and a sloppy drunk Replacements 1985 2011 Bottle Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Fred Jacobs says October 12 2011 at 2 25 pm OK Jack now you ve opened up a can of worms Actually I have just a few truly sacred places Michigan State University 1973 5 I m a fledgling TV radio student and Roger McGuinn who s now a solo artist drops by our student TV studio after a gig and allows us to tape him doing several accoustic songs including Chestnut Mare He has a feeling that videos of songs will be big one day and shows us his briefcase phone He comes back two other times over the next couple of years to continue to practice with a bunch of students The Dakota December 1980 I m living in Manhattan working for ABC s Owned FM stations I m watching Monday Night Football the Lennnon story breaks and I m calling in reports to several of ABC s Rock stations from a phone booth across the street from the Dakota throughout the next day I always walk by the Dakota every time I m in NYC My wedding in 1987 My bride and I choose Dire Straits Theme from Local Hero as the song that accompanies our wedding My mother in law asks why we aren t using traditional Jewish music for the ceremony I explain that Mark Knopfler s Jewish and it s all good Thanks for asking Jack Reply Natalie says October 12 2011 at 7 26 pm My brother s vacant bedroom didn t have my own stereo listening to Joni and Laura and Joni and Laura Incredible String Band Pentangle Fairport Convention and Aretha Reply Nancy Blum says October 15 2011 at 12 14 am the main point bryn mawr pa 1970 1971 james taylor g d was in the house Reply Nancy Blum says October 16 2011 at 6 14 pm The Main Point Bryn Mawr PA 1970 1971 James Taylor It was like being in the Holy of Holies Reply Tim Devine says June 1 2015 at 12 41 pm Great post So many to name First and foremost The Roxy in LA Just saw U2 there on Thursday and Courtney Barnett last night Seen many exclusive high profile small club shows there from Bob Marley to Springsteen

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  • Sacred Songs and Places: Inspired by George Harrison... - Digital Music Insider
    Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Skip Isley says October 12 2011 at 4 24 am I ll take a shot at this kind of a musical journey thru my life and you brought up JB Scotts have not heard that name since I left Albany after highschool 1978 SPAC Charlie Daniels Band It wasn t so much about CDB although the song was 1 it was my first time at a concert with my girlfriend And about 30 000 other people The vibe was electric music was more than the radio for the first time 1980 Glens Falls Civic Center as a regular concert goer remember when you could afford to see every show in town Van Halen Rush Foreigner were just some of the shows attended that year but the best was Queen Freddie was the consummate frontman and it was the best opening I ever saw to a show 1980 Palace Theater Albany this was where you could see the more fringe acts when they came around Frank Zappa and Devo share special places in my musical hard drive from this arena 1982 89 Salisbury Civic Center Salisbury MD the acoustics sucked and they never got many shows other than heavy metal and southern rock but this was my intro to the backstage experience I was still psyched to get free tix from the radio station I worked at to see acts like Blackfoot or Iron Maiden But to hang out backstage too I was going to like this gig 1987 Hampton Roades Colesium U2 was taking a break from filming for Rattle Hum they had become the biggest band in the world and were loose and on fire They got up on stage and messed around with the BoDeans Dalton Bros and this show marked the only time Larry ever sang on stage Energy level was an 11 from start to finish I decided this was my favorite band that night 1986 91 The Ritz NYC yes the balcony did feel like it was coming down I still remember seeing Living Colour there just before they broke and couldn t believe a band could garner such a response without being superstars already Also spent some quality time with Paul Kantner upstairs after a show 1985 2005 Merriweather Post Pavilion the only shed I ve been to more than a few times Amazing tailgating experiences outside for Buffett sweaty shows in the summer with Petty Henley Plant Doobies Green Day Killers and a sloppy drunk Replacements 1985 2011 Bottle Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Fred Jacobs says October 12 2011 at 2 25 pm OK Jack now you ve opened up a can of worms Actually I have just a few truly sacred places Michigan State University 1973 5 I m a fledgling TV radio student and Roger McGuinn who s now a solo artist drops by our student TV studio after a gig and allows us to tape him doing several accoustic songs including Chestnut Mare He has a feeling that videos of songs will be big one day and shows us his briefcase phone He comes back two other times over the next couple of years to continue to practice with a bunch of students The Dakota December 1980 I m living in Manhattan working for ABC s Owned FM stations I m watching Monday Night Football the Lennnon story breaks and I m calling in reports to several of ABC s Rock stations from a phone booth across the street from the Dakota throughout the next day I always walk by the Dakota every time I m in NYC My wedding in 1987 My bride and I choose Dire Straits Theme from Local Hero as the song that accompanies our wedding My mother in law asks why we aren t using traditional Jewish music for the ceremony I explain that Mark Knopfler s Jewish and it s all good Thanks for asking Jack Reply Natalie says October 12 2011 at 7 26 pm My brother s vacant bedroom didn t have my own stereo listening to Joni and Laura and Joni and Laura Incredible String Band Pentangle Fairport Convention and Aretha Reply Nancy Blum says October 15 2011 at 12 14 am the main point bryn mawr pa 1970 1971 james taylor g d was in the house Reply Nancy Blum says October 16 2011 at 6 14 pm The Main Point Bryn Mawr PA 1970 1971 James Taylor It was like being in the Holy of Holies Reply Tim Devine says June 1 2015 at 12 41 pm Great post So many to name First and foremost The Roxy in LA Just saw U2 there on Thursday and Courtney Barnett last night Seen many exclusive high profile small club shows there from Bob Marley to Springsteen

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  • Sacred Songs and Places: Inspired by George Harrison... - Digital Music Insider
    Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Skip Isley says October 12 2011 at 4 24 am I ll take a shot at this kind of a musical journey thru my life and you brought up JB Scotts have not heard that name since I left Albany after highschool 1978 SPAC Charlie Daniels Band It wasn t so much about CDB although the song was 1 it was my first time at a concert with my girlfriend And about 30 000 other people The vibe was electric music was more than the radio for the first time 1980 Glens Falls Civic Center as a regular concert goer remember when you could afford to see every show in town Van Halen Rush Foreigner were just some of the shows attended that year but the best was Queen Freddie was the consummate frontman and it was the best opening I ever saw to a show 1980 Palace Theater Albany this was where you could see the more fringe acts when they came around Frank Zappa and Devo share special places in my musical hard drive from this arena 1982 89 Salisbury Civic Center Salisbury MD the acoustics sucked and they never got many shows other than heavy metal and southern rock but this was my intro to the backstage experience I was still psyched to get free tix from the radio station I worked at to see acts like Blackfoot or Iron Maiden But to hang out backstage too I was going to like this gig 1987 Hampton Roades Colesium U2 was taking a break from filming for Rattle Hum they had become the biggest band in the world and were loose and on fire They got up on stage and messed around with the BoDeans Dalton Bros and this show marked the only time Larry ever sang on stage Energy level was an 11 from start to finish I decided this was my favorite band that night 1986 91 The Ritz NYC yes the balcony did feel like it was coming down I still remember seeing Living Colour there just before they broke and couldn t believe a band could garner such a response without being superstars already Also spent some quality time with Paul Kantner upstairs after a show 1985 2005 Merriweather Post Pavilion the only shed I ve been to more than a few times Amazing tailgating experiences outside for Buffett sweaty shows in the summer with Petty Henley Plant Doobies Green Day Killers and a sloppy drunk Replacements 1985 2011 Bottle Cork Dewey Beach DE this a 75 year old beach bar that holds over a thousand people It is half indoor and half outdoor with trees growing out of it and very little changes over the years It s a rock n roll bar and I have seen some of the best live music there over the last 25 30 years Tommy Conwell BoDeans Grace Potter Cowboy Mouth Donavan Frankenreiter English Beat Robert Randolph Matthew Sweet Smithereens Buckwheat Zydeco and many more This place holds more musical memories for me than any other venue in the country I hope it s always there Reply Fred Jacobs says October 12 2011 at 2 25 pm OK Jack now you ve opened up a can of worms Actually I have just a few truly sacred places Michigan State University 1973 5 I m a fledgling TV radio student and Roger McGuinn who s now a solo artist drops by our student TV studio after a gig and allows us to tape him doing several accoustic songs including Chestnut Mare He has a feeling that videos of songs will be big one day and shows us his briefcase phone He comes back two other times over the next couple of years to continue to practice with a bunch of students The Dakota December 1980 I m living in Manhattan working for ABC s Owned FM stations I m watching Monday Night Football the Lennnon story breaks and I m calling in reports to several of ABC s Rock stations from a phone booth across the street from the Dakota throughout the next day I always walk by the Dakota every time I m in NYC My wedding in 1987 My bride and I choose Dire Straits Theme from Local Hero as the song that accompanies our wedding My mother in law asks why we aren t using traditional Jewish music for the ceremony I explain that Mark Knopfler s Jewish and it s all good Thanks for asking Jack Reply Natalie says October 12 2011 at 7 26 pm My brother s vacant bedroom didn t have my own stereo listening to Joni and Laura and Joni and Laura Incredible String Band Pentangle Fairport Convention and Aretha Reply Nancy Blum says October 15 2011 at 12 14 am the main point bryn mawr pa 1970 1971 james taylor g d was in the house Reply Nancy Blum says October 16 2011 at 6 14 pm The Main Point Bryn Mawr PA 1970 1971 James Taylor It was like being in the Holy of Holies Reply Tim Devine says June 1 2015 at 12 41 pm Great post So many to name First and foremost The Roxy in LA Just saw U2 there on Thursday and Courtney Barnett last night Seen many exclusive high profile small club shows there from Bob Marley to Springsteen

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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  • Frank's Living Room and The Birth Of Hipster Divebar Jukebox - Digital Music Insider
    pm Neil we lived two doors down I remember getting pitchers to go for our dinners Leo would get a plate At the end of the semester I returned about 4 pitchers and 20 glasses that made it to our apartment I also got to hang with Leo when I played on Frank s softball team They had a great league home team was the host and post game bar losing team ponied up 5 each yes 5 for open taps all night for both teams I got to see a lot of bars and meet people all over Albany through Leo Had some fun when Leo moved over to the Washington Tavern for a while also Sorry to hear he is gone Reply metin ulug says September 27 2011 at 4 51 pm Somewhere out there those cassette tapes might still exist oh for a boxed cd set of those and perhaps a cyber snakebite Reply marc reiter says September 27 2011 at 5 39 pm amazing post can t wait to hear the station i remember frank s well and the music i can t say i remember leo that well as i was usually too busy staring into linda hayme s eyes to pay attention to little else Reply Tom Dussault says September 27 2011 at 5 50 pm A woman was really special if you took her to FLR on a first date to impress Reply Eugene says September 27 2011 at 6 32 pm Man Franks was the stopping off place on the way home from the bus for 3 years sure does bring back memories Reply Neil says October 10 2011 at 2 20 am Ya and living next door wasn t too bad Reply Kathleen Taylor says September 27 2011 at 6 57 pm Jack thanks for writing this I d forgotten the Leo George Jones connection I have him to thank for turning me on to Marianne Faithfull Reply Marla Brucker says September 29 2011 at 2 07 am Kathy Are you MY Kathy Taylor I know and love Marla Boces Reply Kathleen Taylor says October 8 2011 at 2 17 pm I am I think graduated into a full name sometime after leaving Frank s Leo was an extraordinarily kind man Reply Lyza says October 9 2011 at 2 51 pm I don t even know what to say this made thgins so much easier Reply L A Pomeroy says September 28 2011 at 1 50 am Lest we are left with the impression that only hip dudes frequented this subterranean enclave of music chic I too frequented Frank s in the 1980s more than once wearing my I Was A Victim Of The Stranglers t shirt or maybe some Ant makeup en route to a show at JB Scotts And if Leo aka Frank was our musical mentor leave some room at the bar to sidle up with another old friend Jack from the mighty Yukon and the source of

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