Last night's gig turned out to be a night of legends! First of all, as a favor to the club owner Keith Wilder asked if we'd like to do a 3 song hit. We didn't mind. When we do "Ain't No Half Steppin'", we jam it out with Parliament's "Tear the Roof Off". Well, we start "Ain't No Halfsteppin", and I noticed that we have an extra rythym guitarist. It's Chet from the Ohio Players! You know, those magic fingers behind "Love Rollercoaster". Also Freddie Starr decides to sit in on percussion. Who's Freddie Starr? Part time percussionist for Carlos Santana, and keyboardist/guitarist/percussionist for Parliament/Funkadelic! Anyway we do the song, and get to the P Funk part, and I noticed that there are 2 horn players to my left. Keith walks over to me, and says, "There are 2 members of the Horny Horns (P Funk!) here. They're here to play for the house band, and they heard that we do 'Tear The Roof Off the Sucker', and asked they could play on this part." Then we all took solos. This was one of THE coolest short gigs ever! In a sense, it was like having Heatwave, the Ohio Players, and Parliament/Funkadelic on stage at the same time with me on bass!!!