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> An R&b Standard From The Early '60s, featuring 3 time Grammy winning reed man Paul McCandless!
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post Jun 10 2013, 03:26 AM
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Nearly every early '60s Rhythm & Blues club band played this Willie Cobb song entitled You Don't Love Me. I just can't resist a song which starts with a short run of "grunge-style" heavy fifths up to the IV chord and a first verse which starts with, "Uh, uh, uh..."! (Of course "grunge" hadn't yet been invented back then...but heavy fifths had!)



Besides myself on guitar & vocal, we have Gary Bouley on guitar, Colin "Kid" Holmes on drums, Jamie Webber on bass and last but certainly not least Paul McCandless on saxes. cool.gif cool.gif


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post Jun 10 2013, 09:32 AM
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Ahhhh, it's THAT song biggrin.gif I had no clue it's this old smile.gif


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