The Marketts’ Out Of Limits; When Instrumentals Were Fun!

Not quite the theme for the Twilight Zone, Out Of Limits (composed by Michael Gordon) kind of reflected the same mystique; eerie but yet you didn’t have to be afraid of it!

The arrangement, as “unusual” as it was, provided new directions and stretched us in new directions.  Let’s click our way back to 1964 and enter the Out Of Limits zone

Personnel not determined.

We were, of course, THE garageband generation.* We started the whole three chord, bass guitar, rhythm guitar, lead guitar and drum thing. Looking back to the music of those times, things seemed to be less complicated but, our desire to get proficient was insatiable. Those of us who couldn’t keep up with the skill needed for the evolving music, simply dropped off the radar. Me? Well, I just couldn’t get enough! Things haven’t changed!

*When a doctor checks out my ears with his scope, this is a HUGE part of what he sees.

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