This was a very late night recording at the bar Heckle and Jeckle’s on Long Island, New York. I always had our sound man throw a mic out and hook up the cassette recorder to tape the performance. Funny to say cassette recorder, now that is really dating the times. This recording is towards the end of the Lampshades tenure as a band. We were still playing out a lot but the band started going into different directions and band mates started pursuing different parts in their lives. I remember Ken got married, I started to lose interest and frankly we all just faded out and stopped playing as the band ,”The Lampshades”. When we played out at bars and clubs we still incorporated some cover music that we liked and had fun with. This song “Mustang Sally” is a rhythm and blues (R&B) song written and first recorded by Mack Rice in 1965. Ken really liked this song and it was a fun song to play and sing on stage. Ken did the lead vocals and myself, Gary and Jim did the back up vocals. Really liked the harmonies and as said we just had fun playing it – Listen at the end of the recording you will identify that there was only a few souls left in audience at the bar as it was the last song of the last set of the night.