Wed Oct 17 16:42:09 EDT 2007
Speaking Of Coco Montoya. I knew him from Albert Collins.When I first met
him he was playing Drums Behind Albert Then Later him and Debbie Davies was
Side Guitars for Albert. Neither of them could play as loud as Albert. His
loud playing probably come from him Being A prodigy of Albert . He was the
Iceman and he played at a level Nobody could Match.. But boy do I love
Albert.I played with Albert one time It was the fastest And Loudest Slow
Blues In B Flat I have Ever experience. But it was one of the high lites of
"ARKANSAS BLUES LEGEND"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Blue Stew" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 17, 2007 10:03 AM
Subject: Re: NBC: volume
>I played a fest with him 'bout two months ago. Yea, he was very loud but
> I wouldn't wanna be the guy that tells him to turn down. HE'S HUGE!!
> Lawd, he's stands about 6'6" 350LBs...They should call him Coco "Hoss"
> Walter Potter wrote:
>> The first time I saw Coco he was outrageously loud. He and the soundman
>> almost got into a fight because the soundman wouldn't crank it any
>> further. I saw him a few months ago and he has toned down the volume
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