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Welcome Kurt Foster (Cedar Flat Fats) Moderator

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21 years 2 months
Hey all, most of us know hI'm as "Cedar Flat Fats" who has been posting his *** off/ sharing his valuable knowledge about this business so much that I had to ask "Kurt" to join The RO Team of Moderators. Kurt said yes! :D and offered to join Harvey here. Ya!

Kurt is a musician, performer, live sound reinforcement engineer, record producer and recording engineer.

He owns a 2000 sq foot - 2’’ analog commercial recording facility since 1993 where he's gained experience in sales and business administration.

Producing and engineering credits include label projects recording artists like Brownie McGhee for MCI - Demon / Westside & Omega Records, Nick Turner (from Hawkwind ) for Cleopatra Records, Jackie Payne for JSP / Virgin Records, Kenny "Blue" Ray for JSP / Virgin Records and Jeff Larson for Embryo Arts / It Stinks!.

Kurt has worked with and recorded Paul "Polo" Jones, ( from Peter Gabriel, Whitney Houston, and Michael Jackson ), members of The Doobie Brothers, The Tubes, Huey Lewis and The News and Tower of Power.

Welcome aboard Kurt!
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20 years 10 months

hargerst Sun, 09/22/2002 - 11:53
Kurt, welcome aboard, I can use a rest.

Uhhh, you don't happen to have a copy of Brownie's "I Been Livin' With The Blues" laying around, do you. I lost the lyrics I got from Brownie in the 60's. What a great player he was, and one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet.

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19 years 4 months

Kurt Foster Mon, 09/23/2002 - 07:24
Harvey,
Nice to meet you, I will check my CD collection and see if I have a copy of that song. If you go to Amazon.com you can find a copy of the CD I did for him. They are calling it Omega, The Final Sessions. It is just a snapshot of the songs he was playing there at the end. I have read a lot of things that say he had retired but I don't think that's true. He was still playing festivals in Chicago and in the Northwest and recording. I know for sure that he was planning a tour of Austrilia with Elmer Lee Thomas and his Blues Review just before his passing away. Your right, Brownie was one of the swetest guys you would ever meet and he really cared about the blues. He is dearly missed by many........Fats

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