The Pink Cassette

by Steve Forbert

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Some of you may remember "The Pink Cassette" which was sold for a short time at live shows in the late eighties. This tape had five songs recorded at The Other End in Greenwich Village on April 1, 1981.

The band included Clay Barnes on lead guitar, Danny Counts on bass, Alan St. John on keyboards, Mike Heaphy on pedal steel and Bobby LLoyd Hicks on drums.

In addition to the five songs from the initial release we have included an additional 5 tracks that were offered as free downloads on SteveForbert.com plus 4 bonus tracks being released for the first time.

The cover art is a reproduction of the original cassette cover and the download includes an image file with a photo of Steve Forbert and crew circa Spring 1981.

credits

released October 26, 2009

Steve Forbert: Vocals, Acoustic guitar, Harmonica
Clay Barnes: Lead guitar
Danny Counts: Bass
Alan St. John: Keyboards
Mike Heaphy: Pedal steel
Bobby LLoyd Hicks: Drums

Mixed by Paul Wickliffe & Steve Burgh

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Steve Forbert Nashville, Tennessee

Singer-songwriter Steve Forbert had his first major hit in 1979 when he was only 25 years old, shortly after moving to New York City from his hometown of Meridian, Miss where he had been working as a truck driver Thirty-plus years later, he’s still writing acclaimed songs and has released 14 studio albums, including a Grammy-nominated tribute to another Mississippi legend, Jimmie Rodgers. ... more

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