Along the way, Box Set has issued two self-distributed cassettes (still available) and last year their first CD appeared on the Box Set label. The duo expanded into a quartet along the way with the addition of Mark Abbott, drums, and Chad Heise, bass, and in 1994 became a quintet when Hammond organist Sam Johnston joined up.
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Aug 1, 2020 · The 1970s San Francisco was beautiful, flamboyant, and alive. There were, cable cars, neon lights lined up the buildings that glow at night, theaters on every block, and the food was served on the streets, crabs, and lobsters were also served on the streets. The city was at the forefront of fashion, music, and the counterculture movement.