produced this band in the '80s. They really knew how to argue
- with him, with each other and probably with anyone in a ten-mile radius. Al edited out the music and kept the wonderful conversation, releasing it on one of his limited (300 for friends and family) LPs, Kapusta Kristmas
albums. Up there with the Troggs' Tape
. Great thing is, it turns out the part they argue about for nearly 8 minutes is just a tiny backing vocal at the end of a song. Oh man.
Look for an interview with Al Kooper in an upcoming Tape Op
by Pete Weiss
. Yup. Good stuff indeed.
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