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Larry J Dunlap
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Slightly redone video for "Look Back in Love," by Stark Naked and the Car Thieves, released and picked by Billboard Magazine to land high on their Hot 100 charts. This song is released shortly after ENCHANTED, the concluding book of Things We Lost in the Night, A Memoir of Love and Music in the 60s with Stark Naked and the Car Thieves.
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In August of 1966, the most incredible resort of it's time opened in Las Vegas. Somehow, Stark Naked and the Car Thieves our unknown and unheralded band having success at a local rock club across the street was picked to play at Caesars Palace in December.
 "... it was like a talented Little League team being offered an opportunity to play Major League Baseball. And, of course, as is the case in fairy tales, there was a catch. We'd have to kiss a frog -- Clyde Carson. He wanted to be our personal manager."  - from the chapter: Across The Musical Universe in Things We Lost In The Night, my memoir of love and rock n roll.
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Howdy dude. Been doing some serious rewriting but I haven't updated the reading pages yet. Want to get a few more chapters done in Part One. Hope all's well.
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This is the second audible excerpt from the upcoming Look Back In Love, from Chapter 3, called RITA. It's read by nationally acclaimed voice actor, Keith Medlin. Hope you enjoy it, and will consider joining my progress updates list. Thank.
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Even though I work in a modern day era, it's important to remember that the nineteen sixties was an important time of change. What Eva Stachniak mentions here about how the subtle difference between adding historical detail and adding historical relevance makes all the difference in the world.
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