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Henry Gross — Southern Band
Album: Plug Me into Something
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Released: 1975
Length: 3:25
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I liked it.  raw!
outside of the vocals, i think of queen in parts...
No thanks
still rocks right the f out.

lol, same guy who did "Shannon", hilarious 
 blotto wrote:
Well, that was wild.

Glad I was here to hear it, doesn't seem to get played too often.
 

Yowzaa
 
 


 

I actually saw Gross when he was touring behind this (The Attic, Greenville NC).

The crowd of teeny-boppers who came expecting "Shannon" were a bit surprised that the show was essentially bar rock for a solid two hours. He did come back and do "Shannon" as an encore, but it was a hard-rocking version.

 
I read the name and immediately thought, "Shannon??" That travesty of sappy schmaltz only rivaled by "Billy, Don't Be A Hero"?  This song is a VERY pleasant surprise. Mr. Gross has quite a history - thanks, RP, for giving me a side of this artist that I'd never known existed!
 n4ku wrote:

I uploaded it 4 or 5 years ago, and this is the first time Bill has played it.
 

pretty cool you were listening at the time he played it.
 blotto wrote:
Well, that was wild.

Glad I was here to hear it, doesn't seem to get played too often.
 
I uploaded it 4 or 5 years ago, and this is the first time Bill has played it.
mellow, sweet and warm,

perfect on a sweltering,

sunny, summer day.

Well, that was wild.

Glad I was here to hear it, doesn't seem to get played too often.
Used to be a huge Henry fan.
how fun is this? {#Dancingbanana_2}
Holy smokes! He played it!
 n4ku wrote:
I'd love to hear it on RP at least once.
 
Me too.

I'd love to hear it on RP at least once.