Herman Green: A Man for All Seasons

Our 1984 look at a titan of the Memphis jazz scene.

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Searching for an article I was in in the late 80's

Hey Joe,,
I rember you ,I am sure you do not remember me. I was one of the founding members of a group at the time was called Mosaic, we had a weekly gig at the south end . The band eventually turned into .Freeworld. I was an engineer at Sounds unreel studios with Don Smith, Jack Holder, and Jon Hornyak.
I recently did a gig in my new homstate of Nc. With Joe Louis Walker,
We started talking about our paths ,and I remembered an article I was fourtunate to be in with the reverend Al Green.
Over the years and two marriages I seem to of lost my only copy.
Any chance you can help me locate it again?
As you know ,Herman was there with us in the beginning as well, I really loved being so close to him and recording with the boy's.
I have some really cool outtake tracks I can share with you in return.
Richard Cushing and I are the only ones who kept copies of our early stuff..
I miss Memphis ,and visit a lot still jamming with the boy's every chance.
Next time thru I will contact you if you would like to come by our east mempho dojo ,and ck. Us out. We have lost our beloved Herman and our orig. drummer but we still jam on.

Thanks
Michael Sg. Kearney.

Ps. Is Rick Clarke still around?
We wer'e upsetting the mothers band

Thanks for your time, and I look forward to any results you may find.

Michael Sg. Kearney 53 days ago

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