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Frenchy Burrito & Timothy Leary

Posted on October 16, 2015 with 0 comments
Frenchy Burrito & Timothy Leary

I met Timothy Leary on the campus of the University of Chicago in the late 60’s. He was giving a lecture on LSD and the benefits of psychedelic drugs and I attended it with my friend Pete Moss afterwards we talked with Dr. Leary and I asked him to sign my draft card and he did. He signed it, “You Are A Free Man”. I wish I still had that card but back in those days...Well you know we burned our draft cards.

Mosquitoes File Tim Leary

Campfire Band

Posted on October 15, 2015 with 0 comments
Frenchy Burrito Campfire Band: Musicians Frenchy Burrito guitar vocal, John Hicks Harmonica, Diane Kresovich harmony vocal.

Homeless Hearts

Posted on October 8, 2015 with 0 comments
"In the haunting, self-penned Homeless Hearts Frenchy Burrito
turns in what may be his most beautifully recorded performance yet"

-Tony Norman, Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Frenchy Burrito & The Dolphins

Posted on October 6, 2015 with 0 comments
Frenchy Burrito & The Dolphins

In my life I’ve spent time on some Islands - first in Bermuda then Freeport Grand Bahama and then Key West Florida. I Lived on all three. From a very early age my father taught me and told me stories about the dolphins (He spent time in the water with these wonderful creatures and loved them) So Fred Neil’s gorgeous song was a natural for me and I’ve been singing it for 40 year now…

-FB (Mosquito Files)

2120 South Michigan Ave
(By: Franky Lamp)

Folksinger Frenchy Burrito went delving into his past looking for one of his old schoolmates from his Central YMCA High School days in Chicago. He was trying to solve a mystery about a recording session he was at. This would be going way back to the mid 60's.The person Frenchy was looking for was a fella by the name of Rick Mann onetime guitar player for the Chicago band THE FLOCK. They became fast friends at school. As the story goes -- Rick spotted Frenchy in the school cafeteria one day as Frenchy was strumming on an old beat up F-hole acoustic guitar he had just bought at a pawn shop on State Street. Rick approached Frenchy and helped him out with some guitar chords he was trying to figure out. It was a meeting sort of like Lennon and McCartney. (well, not exactly) Frenchy was soon to learn that Rick was the rhythm guitar player for an up and coming Chicago band called The Flock and that they were doing some [...]
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