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SHOW OPENING WITH ART FEIN, TOD EVERETT AND SPECIAL GUEST BRITISH MUSICIAN SPENCER DAVIS
SPENCER DAVIS IS INTERVIEWED BY ART FEIN - TALKS ABOUT THE OPENING RIFF IN "GIMME SOME LOVIN'" THEIR FIRST BIG HIT - HOW THEY CREATED THAT SOUND - JIMMY MILLER THEIR PRODUCER BROUGHT IN BY CHRIS BLACKWELL TO "AMERICANIZE" THE BAND
BRITISH 1960'S ROCK MUSICIAN SPENCER DAVIS TALKS ABOUT PLAYING AMERICAN R&B IN THE LATE 1950S WITH LONG JOHN BALDRY - TOURING WITHOUT STEVIE WONDER IN 1967 WHEN THE BAND HAD THEIR LATER HITS - STEVE WONDER'S LAST TOUR WITH THEM WAS IN 1967 - STEVIE WONDER LEFT THE BAND AROUND THAT TIME
SPENCER DAVIS TALKS ABOUT FINDING STEVIE WONDER AND HIRING HIM FOR THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP
TALKS ABOUT SCREAMING LORD SUCH AND HIRING TERRY READ AFTER STEVIE WONDER LEFT- AUDITIONING ELTON JOHN WHO SHOWED UP IN A MILK MAN SUIT!
SPENCER DAVIS TALKS ABOUT WRITING SONGS AND BEING COVERED BY THE ALLMAN BROTHERS AND MAKING BIG ROYALTIES
TALKS ABOUT WHY HE DIDN'T HIRE TERRY READ - MOVING TO AMERICA IN 1970 AND BECOMING A PRODUCER - ISLAND RECORDS
SPENCER DAVIS TALKS ABOUT HIS CURRENT BAND
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