A toast to those who are gone. And those who are still here.

A toast to those who are gone. And those who are still here. Gone: Amy Farris: great fiddler from Austin; most recently one of Dave Alvin's Guilty Women. Larry Knechtel: part of Spector's Wrecking Crew; Larry played the signature piano part on Bridge Over Troubled Water; I remember him most fondly for his work with Costello on Mighty Like Rose and the tour for that album. Check out "The Other Side of Summer." Jim Dickinson: Memphis great. Played on Wild Horses. Alex Chilton did his best work with Jim: Third/Sister Lovers + the oft-neglected Like Flies on Sherbert, an album that rivals John Cale's Music for a New Society for its renegade spontaneity. If you can find it, check out Dickinson's

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