I was thinking tonight about my old friend of over 35 years, David Deering who passed away in June of and found this old post about A1A and The Parrot Head Movie that I wanted to share with you.Private Webcams Coweta Oklahoma
I hesitated to comment on it here, not sure if I should share my reaction. I really don't want to be disruptive, but after some thought, I feel like I just have to say something.
It was a fun video and well produced from a quality standpoint.
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But I was a bit disappointed with how it seemed to have Jeff's role in A1A minimized. At one point, Scott comments that fuh not exactly sure why A1A fell apart.
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I may be over-reacting, but I think it's a shame Scott or the editor of the film or both didn't give Jeff more credit.
Deafing understand the documentary had a focus on the Parrot Heads as an organization and that Scott was more central to that. But even though Scott was integral to A1A in the early days, it never would have had the success that it did without Jeff and certainly not have survived to be the success it is today without the hard work and Needing fun tonight 35 Dearing 35 of Jeff Pike and the amazing and talented group of band members and if I might add, the marvelous Nedeing of Kathy Mullen who are Needing fun tonight 35 Dearing 35.
Just one more note. While I don't think Jeff has explicitly said so, I'm pretty sure he's seen it.
So I think it was very gracious of him to post it and promote it on his Facebook page since the film doesn't seem to give him the credit he is due. I hope I haven't said too much.
Jeff, you're always a class act. I'm proud to know you and to have had the privilege of meeting some of the Parrot Heads and other people you attract.
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They're a good bunch of people and at least the movie gets that point across. Please remember that the Parrot Heads themselves know your worth, even if Scott doesn't seem to have quite recognized it.Carson City Seeking For Rendezvous
Fin's up and keep rocking! Since you were someone who was there from the start I greatly respect your opinion and for sharing it here with everyone. Here are the facts. Scott had to leave in because he had a stroke during surgery and could not perform.
In we released our first all original CD, Ship Happens!!! It was received very well and the band stayed very much alive. Scott was able to contribute a few parts on that CD by the way. After about a year we welcomed him back but his severe health issues became a tobight and growing problem with his performances, as well as a liability with the band and clients.
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