Saturday, August 11, 2018


This song I had written years before,
but finally we did this recording of it
above the Zanzibar Strip house and Tavern.
I had a room upstairs where we used to rehearse.
         We even recorded some of the girls. Just because you're a stripper doesn't mean you don't have a song in your heart.

         I played my red Gibson 330. Bobby Dean Blackburn played his Fender Rhodes keyboard.
We went through the song a few times and this is what we got --- recorded on a 2 track.
         The song starts off with some weird noises, but it comes around.

         The Zanzibar days were full of joy, doubt , anger and passion. I didn't know my own mind yet, as I was being pressured to do all sorts of other things.

         But I meant this song and I still do. Don't throw your song away, don't lose your dream... Or you might lose everything.

         People seem to like this song and I like it a lot, too.  I hope you enjoy it.


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