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SHOW OPENING - ART FEIN INTRODUCES HIS GUESTS PRESTON EPPS, PAUL BODY AND ROBERT LESLIE
ART FEIN INTRODUCES PRESTON EPPS - MUSICIAN - PRESTON EPPS RECORDED FOR ART LABEAU AND HIS HIT WAS " I MEZZERIZED'EM ALL" HIS HIT WAS "BONGO ROCK "
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT HOW HIS RECORDING CAREER BEGAN IN THE LATE 1950'S AND HOW HIS HIT SONG " BONGO ROCK " CAME ABOUT - TALKS ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF THE SONG FROM CHURCH " WHEN I LAY MY BURDEN DOWN "
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT THE MOVIE " GIRL WITH THE GOLD BOOTS" THAT HE WAS IN IN THE EARLY 1960' AND CALYPSO HEAT WAVE - EARLY 1960'S POP ARTIST WITH CARIBBEAN ORIGINS EPPS TALKS ABOUT HIS EARLY YEARS
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT " THE FIRST TEENAGE NIGHT CLUB IN AMERICA" PANDORA'S BOX LEGENDARY NIGHT CLUB FOR TEENS
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT HOW HE BEGAN PLAYING THE BONGOS AND CONGA DRUMS - WORKING AT PANDORA'S BOX - LATIN JAZZ PERCUSSIONIST WHO SWITCHED TO ROCK 'N' ROLL
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT BEING INFLUENCED BY JAZZ SAX PLAYER CHARLIE PARKER
PRESTON EPPS TALKS ABOUT MUSIC IN CALIFORNIA IN THE EARLY 1960'S - SAN FRANSISCO WITH JAZZ CLUBS AND COUNTRY WESTERN IN LOS ANGELES - HOW IT ALL WENT OVER TO ROCK 'N' ROLL IN THE 1960'S RECORDING AT SUNSET SOUND STUDIO IN LOS ANGELES
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