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I started on the musical journey with Tim back in the early 80's, playing every weekend in "downtown" Naples. At that time we called ourselves "Doubleplay" and even then we tried hard to sound like more people than we were. We focused on songs that had vocal harmony and Tim and I purchased the used bass pedals and a basic rhythm machine on a trip to Tampa. One night, we watched Andy Wahlberg play, and Tim, who was always a funny guy off stage, saw the benefit of mixing humor and great tunes on stage. I have to say, he never turned back from that point on. I got married and moved away in 1985, leaving Tim as a one-man (and probably improved) show. I was thrilled that he was able to make a career of playing music. I always intended to look Tim up to jam one more time. I am sorry to have missed the chance. Tim, keep 'em smiling in the afterlife buddy!
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