This is a small tribute and honor to the musicians that performed on the Sunrays Andrea album.
Carol Kaye: Every one has been borrowing your bass licks for years. Including me. Murry Wilson
and Brian Wilson was good to us . You are the best, Carol. You performed on all of our hits. In most of our songs your
bass was predominent.
Hal Blaine: I purchased your comedy CD . Who played drums on it? You are a great player. I
Plas Johnson: Plas, you are my idle sax man. I played sax in the Renegades. You told me what mouth piece
to get ( I still have it). You also taught me some tricks. You are the best.
Glenn Campbell: Yes, Glenn did play guitar with me on "I Live for the Sun." You are a terrific performer.
You and Roger Miller - I remember both of you telling jokes.
Bud Colman: the Tiajuana Taxi Man: Very talented and nice man who now lives in Rock & Roll
Al Casey: It was just fun to watch him play and listen to the playback.
Jakie Kelso: How do you make that chicken sound on the sax? It is a secret !
Jim Horn: Jim, how do you make that chicken sound on the sax? Ask Steve Douglas. Hey, I play the
Don Peake: The Sunrays and the Shindogs. What a great
James Burton: I remember you at The Palamino Club pre-everything and now I was playing guitar
with you on a session. I have borrowed many of your licks. I met you at the Namm after your accident. I hope you started
that book I told you to write.
Larry Knechtal: You showed me some Bread licks. I can tell the keyboards love you.
Earl Palmer: You always wore that captains hat. You looked like a captain of the Wrecking Crew. What
a bad name for a group of musicians that built so many careers.
Again thanks ,
"And the Beat goes On"
Eddy Medora, A Snowman, A Renegade, A Ranger, Heaven Bound