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Engage!

 

Salloom, Sinclair Sitting On A Finger Salloom, Sinclair And The Mother Bear

Engage!     Warp!

Fabulous song! Great album.  However, we could not find any information about the band. If you have any information about this artist/album/song, please write: timemachine141@avconvert.com

An anonymous visitor writes:
Roger Salloom is a relative of mine. You can communicate with him through the following website: www.leold.com. Leold is a comic on which he and his son work and they have a website. There is a site on which and old poster from 1968 announces a concert at which Salloom, Sinclair shares billing with Santana. In light of the awards Carlos Santana recently won it is interesting. I found it by getting onto the the AltaVista search engine and simply typing in the word "Salloom". 

And here is an other amazing visitor:  Roger Salloom himself:
Hello,
I am alive...Roger Salloom......I wrote it....interesting song....Feel free to email me. Thanks.
I am alive but I have been very very quiet. I am trying to get my act together for ......30 years. I'd like to start getting my music out there again...any ideas for a record label?
(It is such an honor to hear from the artist himself!!!  Thanks, Roger, for visiting and taking the time to write.  By the way, we would love to hear from other artists who find their work featured in our EZeum.  Anyway, any Record Executives out there?  Roger Salloom would like to talk to you.  I'll be happy to relay any message.) 

Our visitor Matjaz Kljun writes:
Personnel: ROGER SALLOOM vcls, gtr A B ROBIN SINCLAIR vcls A B DICK ORVIS piano A PHIL MONTGOMERY drms A TOMM DAVIS ld gtr A JOHN BOLLING bs A 
ALBUMS: (A) SALLOOM, SINCLAIR AND THE MOTHER BEAR (Cadet Concept 316) 1968 
(B) SALLOOM-SINCLAIR (Cadet Concept 327) 1969 
45: Sleep/Animal (Cadet Concept 7024) 1968 
Originally from Texas, Roger Salloom and Robin Sinclair moved to Chicago to take a part on the local Blues scene. The first album, which is a very minor collectors' item, was recorded in there in 1968. The killer cut is a drug song called She Kicked Me Out Of The House Last Night (After This One). It features freaked-out vocals, a full organ sound and some good psychedelic guitar work. Salloom wrote seven of the eight tracks, the last one Griffin being authored by Robin Sinclair, a powerful female singer. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Charlie McCoy, Wayne Moss and Norman Dayron (Michael Bloomfield manager), their second album, Salloom-Sinclair is more country-rock than psychedelic and includes both sides of the 45 listed. When the group disbanded, Roger Salloom went back to Texas where he formed Roger Salloom and the Vest Pocket Players, releasing an album on a local label. In 1983, he recorded Would You Like To Meet Someone on Yellow Plum Records.   (Thanks a million, Matjaz, for the superb write-up!)

An anonymous visitor sends us this link:
See   www.rogersalloom.com    (Thanks!)

Our visitor Dave Orvis writes:
My dad (Dick Orvis) was the keyboard player in Mother Bear. He still plays in a rock band based in South Bend, Indiana. He travels with his band Champion to Naples, Florida quite a bit. Roger Salloom has a movie coming out about him. His site's:   http://www.rogersalloom.com/biography.htm    (Thanks, Dave, for bringing us so close to the performance of this song. Thanks for the link. All the best!)

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