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sources: Osamu Mohri / Music Life - January [[1969]], [[One Train Later]] pp. 134
 
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Latest revision as of 02:46, 14 July 2019


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Andy stays on Hawaii
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Date: 1968-11-18
Location: Hawaii, USA
Attendees: Andy Summers

When Eric Burdon And The Animals fled from Japan to Hawaii on 1968-11-17 their manager David had arranged that the band would stay in Honolulu on Hawaii for a few days...

In Andy's book One Train Later he mentions he felt the band would dissolve and that he stayed on Hawaii for two weeks on his own.

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References

sources: Osamu Mohri / Music Life - January 1969, One Train Later pp. 134


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