Back in the day, we used to hang out at a house on Fremont street. The house eventually became known as "Fremont".
It was a gathering place where things would happen spontaneously. Many different people were always coming around so the stereo was always playing something different.
That musical melting pot affected the music we wrote and played later.
I met Richie Burgess right before we started jamming at Fremont. Richie and I quickly realized that we had both taken
lessons from Herman Roloff, so we immediately played several songs that Herman had arranged for our bands when we were younger.
It was an instant foundation for whatever we played after that.
This album is officially out of print, but I still have a few copies.