Live at the Amador 1979
'A Skeletons History' by Bobby Lloyd Hicks. The Skeletons came to be on a cold Sunday afternoon in February 1979. Lou Whitney and D. Clinton Thompson had played together for 5 years. Former Ozark Mountain Daredevil Randy Chowning and I, Bobby Lloyd Hicks, had performed together in his Randle Chowning Band. All 4 shared a love for 50s - 60s rock, pop, and country, so the purpose of this little group was to unearth some songs and sounds that people hadn't heard for awhile... Note: This CD is a LIMITED EDITION of just 1000 copies! More than HALF sold! Reviews from customers: 'Just finished listening to the Skeletons disc for the second time. You have done a wonderful job!... I expect this will monopolize my car stereo for the foreseeable future.' W.S. 'I did listen to the disc and enjoyed it much.' D.V. 'Am I pleased?...You may deserve some form of sainthood for this.' M.M. 'Thanks! Great stuff! I hope there's more to come.' R.M. 'Your CD is super, great job putting it all together, it flows great, and the art is A+!' G.S. AND, NOBODY HAS SAID IT SUCKS! ATTENTION: the Morells Anthology 'LIVE' - 101 Songs about Cars, Girls, and Food!!! 4 CD set is NOW AVAILABLE!