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31st of February
The 31st of February
31st of February
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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The 31st of February consisted of Charles Scott Boyer (vocals, 12-string guitar, songwriter), David Brown (bass guitar, tenor saxaphone, songwriter) and Butch Trucks, Jr. (drums, songwriter). Recorded at Henry Stone's stud...  more »

      
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All Artists: The 31st of February
Title: 31st of February
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Henry Stone Music
Release Date: 5/26/2009
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 809842504123

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The 31st of February consisted of Charles Scott Boyer (vocals, 12-string guitar, songwriter), David Brown (bass guitar, tenor saxaphone, songwriter) and Butch Trucks, Jr. (drums, songwriter). Recorded at Henry Stone's studio in 1968 and produced by Steve Alaimo and Brad Shapiro. They first recorded at Henry Stone's original upstairs eight-track studio. The 31st of February album, produced by Alaimo and Shapiro, yielded one of Florida's greatest rock gems, "Sandcastles." "Sandcastles" was an incredible, haunting masterpiece filled with the sound of seagulls, surf and a hypnotic organ riff. During the sessions, the trio utilized the great talents of south Florida musicians Benny Latimore and Bobby Puccetti on organ. Butch Trucks, Jr. became the drummer for the legendary Allman Brothers Band. Charles Scott Boyer formed the band Cowboy. David Brown went on to join Boz Scaggs. Boyer, Brown and Trucks, Jr., who are, without a doubt, master musicians from Florida's "Sandcastle Land" have appeared on countless recordings by various artists.
 

CD Reviews

PRETTY GOOD
Ronnie Cowlishaw Sr. | AUBURN WASHINGTON | 05/06/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Not a bad cd. The music is pretty good, sounds like late sixties music. This is a very clean recording it's worth a listen. I am glad I bought it, so get it while you can. Butch Trucks (Allman Brothers) sounds great so does Scott Boyer (Cowboy)."