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Old 02-02-2021, 03:04 AM
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Just scored Waddy’s 45, on Anthem, recorded at Sound City in 1973, for $15!

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Stevie is supposed to be singing on this, but I don't hear her. I think I listened on Youtube.
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Did Waddy ever have any success on his own? I know he goes by King of the Sidemen. And also had sick material on his computer.
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Did Waddy ever have any success on his own? I know he goes by King of the Sidemen.
He cowrote “Werewolves of London,” which probably made him a buck or two. Being the sideman for Stevie, Keith Richards, Warren Zevon, and even Adam Sandler IS huge success.

What’s of interest with this 45 is that it was recorded during the Buckingham Nicks sessions, same studio, same band, same producer. It actually sounds like it belongs on the album.

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Being the sideman for Stevie, Keith Richards, Warren Zevon, and even Adam Sandler IS huge success.
Linda Ronstadt too.

There's a quote from Keith in Life that says Waddy played in chick bands

Btw, Waddy's singing voice now is horrible. Maybe smoking.

Al Ortiz has a really lovely voice
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