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Tim Morgon | The Tim Morgon Show Live at the Windrose

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The Tim Morgon Show Live at the Windrose

by Tim Morgon

Dance and Show music from the 1970s, recorded live at the Windrose Restaurant in Long Beach, CA. March 14, 1981.
Genre: Country: Country Pop
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1. Margaritaville
4:58 album only
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2. All The Gold In California
3:14 album only
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3. Maria
3:27 album only
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4. Hard to be Humble
3:18 album only
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5. Couple Under My Belt
2:55 album only
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6. Cool Change
5:06 album only
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7. The Gambler
3:27 album only
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8. Kansas City/Green Door/Barbara Ann
7:18 album only
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9. Sweet Life
5:45 album only
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10. Smokey Mountain Rain
4:00 album only
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11. Come Go With Me/ On Broadway
5:56 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the last album recorded by Tim Morgon. It was recorded live at the Windrose Restaurant in Long Beach, CA. March 14, 1981. The Tim Morgon Show entertained not only the dancers, but a following that enjoyed the sounds and performance on stage. Tim's bass player, Steve Waltner, taped all the sets that evening, and put together a group of songs that showed the quality of the group. Rico Lozano played drums, sang backup, added a few extra ad-libs to the songs, and the cricket one hears thoughout the CD is Rico. Art Holland plays a great lead guitar that compliments the whole show. Admittedly, late in the night, the Tim Morgon Show got a little carried away while performing. Call it repetition (boredom), maybe the booze, or just a good looking woman on the dance floor, they did change a few words in the songs. But that is what the people came to see and hear. Good music, a show and a group that had a combination of over 70 years of experience on the stage, and they loved to entertain. You can contact Tim directly at tmorgon@aol.com

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