I hope that didn't mis-lead anyone. He has been here on several occasions, but perhaps his most important visit was back in 1964. It was in the fall of that year that CRASH visited the famed King recording studio on Brewster Avenue to record his first full-length album. At the time King records most famous recording star was none other than James Brown - the Godfather of Soul.
Oh, the reason I say "here" is because Cincinnati is my un-official hometown being that it's only ten miles down the road. Below are links to two incredible songs that CRASH recorded 50 years ago this month. If you don't have the album, "I'm Tore Up", it's worth finding a copy. I hope you like the two that I've chosen - two of my favorites from that record. Can you hear the influence of Buddy Holly on the song "Betty, Betty" ?