I said in my eulogy that the tragedy of David’s death is that more people haven’t heard his music. That is referring not only to his great songs but also to his wonderful guitar playing. We have tons of evidence of his brilliance put to tape and are in the process of collecting them from studios and producer type friends of ours. On the way from Don Dixon via Mitch Easter is a session we did in Charlotte’s Reflections Studio C back in the day. On the way from Bill Lloyd (upon Dan’s approval, which I couldn’t imagine being a problem) is the 5 song RCA session we did in Nashville and the real ass kicker is the stuff we did at Jamie Hoover’s Washateria Studio down in Clover, SC. That's the record we did in 3 days, consuming 2 half gallons of Jack Daniels Green. That stuff is mixed but there’s a chance we might bake it, dump it to digital and screw with some more, who knows. In one form or another it’s gotta come out, it's definitely the best thing we ever did. Add to that the tons of live stuff we have, including our show as Bo Diddly’s backup band and hell...you got a damn box set! I’m not announcing this yet, but it’s in the works. Funding could be an issue so at the proper time we may ask for donations in exchange for having your name emblazoned, forever in Rock history, prominently on the cover somewhere, and the CD's of course. Please comment and let us know if you think this might be something you’d be interested in. The music is pretty damn unbelievable, and some of it can be heard on The David Enloe Memorial MySpace page.
‘at sumbitch rocked like ASS! Let’s tell the world about it.