From Larry Grogan I got Leon Russell.
Favorite Song: Probably the original Rita Coolidge vocal version of Superstar which he wrote with Delaney & Bonnie
What can you say? I could start rattling off the "Wrecking Crew" sessions he played on but I'm more inclined to muse that "Leon Russell and the Shelter People" was one of the first albums I ever owned and that I need to revisit it...and that recently came across this quote from him: "I also didn’t get the Grateful Dead. I played one time with them at the Armadillo Club in Austin, played for five hours, and I didn’t understand them anymore at the end then I did at the beginning."
I got the Dead but that quote still charms me.
Like and I'll give you an artist.
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