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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by CigBurn, Jan 14, 2021.
Another has moved on. RIP
He also played with Jeff Beck...
Rest In Peace .
Saw them play the Action House on Long Island on a fake ID....RIP
Vanilla Fudge opened in Portland for Jimi Hendrix in 1968.
The best show I ever saw. I'm glad I had the chance.
It was a good run.
Wow! .... sad day indeed ... RIP
He was a member of the original "Cactus" with fellow former Vanilla Fudger Carmine Appice, and Jim McCarty from The Detroit Wheels. They were a great band. Hate to see him go. RIP, amigo.
watching the generation before me roll over and call it a day really puts the old arrow of time in the forefront...
He also played with Bob Weir (Grateful Dead) in “Bobby & the Midnites”.
May the Four Winds Blow You Safely Home
VF is still one of my favorite bands ever, they have been in my rotation since 67/68
Love that corny video. They are hamming it up good. Great song though...
Vanilla Fudge was an inspiration for Deep Purple.
This sucks. I jammed with Tim and Lee Oskar at the LA Street Scene in 1979. We played...the blues.
Now I got them blues again.
Saw them live. A million years ago! RIP
RIP, Mr. Bogert.
Years ago, a band I was in played at an instructional seminar Tim was hosting. After we played our couple songs, he ripped us to shreds with a funny but accurate critique of our weak points.
I know exactly how you feel, pretty sure a bunch of us here do.
It's hard enough to take seeing childhood heroes get old, but it's tougher to see them move on.
I started a thread on Vanilla Fudge awhile back due to their signing onto Robot Records. There were supposed to do a Supreme Vanilla album in 2021. I believe this is the last time Tim Bogert recorded with Vanilla Fudge in 2007...this is just recently re-mastered in 2020.
Now that is what I'm talking about. BBA was great.