Wild Child - A funny haircut found...I stand corrected.

pat boyack pat@PATBOYACK.COM
Sun Mar 6 10:25:46 EST 2005


Oh come on Rolf...I had just gotten up.

Pat B

On Sun, 6 Mar 2005 07:23:12 -0800, Rolf Olmsted <rolfyboy@sonic.net> wrote:

>Yeah, when we were all pointing at you at the Mystic Theatre in Petaluma
>two weeks ago, it wasn't the solos, it was the haircut.. ;-)
>Regards,
>
>Rolf Olmsted
>
>pat boyack wrote:
>
>>Hey, I have had some bad haircuts in my day. My family members have court
>>orders to keep certian pics under the bed or to destroy them. I have a UN
>>team inspecting a cousin's house as I post this......
>>
>>Pat B
>>
>>On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 00:45:08 EST, BluesMgtGroup@aol.com wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>>Chuck has found a funny haircut picture of Wild Child so I guess I will
>>>
>>>
>>have
>>
>>
>>>to stand corrected on the issue of him never having a funny haircut.  I
>>>
>>>
>>also
>>
>>
>>>have a funny picture of WC with 7 or 8 harps in his mouth. He had an
acute
>>>sense of humor, wrote funny songs (many self depricating). I still
>>>
>>>
>>maintain that
>>
>>
>>>he rarely had odd haircuts and did not use that as his trademark or
>>>
>>>
>>signature
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>>
>>>look. He still was a serious artist.
>>>   No one ever said Muddy or Jimmy Rogers or Little Walter were not
>>>
>>>
>>serious
>>
>>
>>>artists even though they could go out on the town for some "head
cutting"
>>>
>>>
>>and
>>
>>
>>>two to three of them would get up on the others shoulders and walk
around
>>>
>>>
>>the
>>
>>
>>>club like that and make funny faces and play their instruments. Muddy
>>>
>>>
>>would
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>>>sometimes show up in the old days in a silk bathrobe. They were still
>>>
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>>serious
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>>
>>>artists  and on occassion would clown around but were definetly not
known
>>>
>>>
>>as
>>
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>>>"clowns".
>>>Tom Radai
>>>
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