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chris yankus said:   May 11, 2013 10:38 am PST
Notice the engineer on the Album Soup. He went on and up! He did Michael Jacksons Thriller among many others. Scott D sent him a message about the Soup celebration, I sent messages to John Paris and John Hiatt as well, We shall see Thanks Chris

Will Herrera said:   May 2, 2013 9:20 am PST
I'm listening to the Soup LP on the original Big Tree vinyl, and I'm just astounded by how superbly recorded it is. It basically sounds "live" in the studio, with lots of presence and space around the instruments. I have a very good stereo system, and if I close my eyes it sounds like the band are there in the room playing right in front of me! Not to mention that the music is great, fantastic intelligent early-70's rock at it's best. This is truly one of the best sounding albums in my collection, and I have several thousand. You must have had a fantastic producer and engineer. I just discovered this album within the past few months, it's quite a treasure---thanks guys! All the best to you.

Peter Bebeau said:   April 18, 2013 9:21 am PST
Chris, finally, I think the dam is about to break and all of soupdom is barking at the gates. Thank-you. June 30th is on my calender now. Have you contacted Jon Paris? I will. The well spring of fans will just about bust out.

Scott Homstrom said:   March 16, 2013 1:37 am PST
Chris, I can't thank you enough for this site. I moved to Madison in 1972 and when I started to meet other musicians all I heard about was Doug Yankus and Soup. A friend took me to see them at Mother Tuckers and he enjoyed watching me slide under the table in amazement. I saw them every chance I got and got to know Doug a little just before he left for LA.Roger Jerry was the one who told me about Dougs'passing when we dis a gig in LA.To me Doug was the greatest guitarist ever at fusing jazz and rock and I was always in awe of him. I got to know him a little bit just before he left for LA.. Hearing your live tracks proves I was right. Keep 'em coming!

Michele Krause said:   March 14, 2013 5:27 pm PST
Great memories of back in the day in appleton. Thanks for creating this site for all the fans!

Pam (Nytes) Neumann said:   March 12, 2013 8:22 pm PST
What an UNBELIEVABLE treasure this site is!!! Thank you SO much for sharing it all with us! I've spent the last hour and a half transported back to '69-'70 or so... have much more to explore but what a joy! I was a year behind Rob Griffith at Kaukauna HS and saw him play with The Fates and then SOUP around appleton. While at Whitewater, I was in the audience when they recorded "I'm So Sorry" for the first album, and I see that in the Mountain Man video here you have 2 color shots of the gig they did in front of my dorm (in 1970?) as well. Now I have to go share this link with a lot of family and friends before I babble even more -- again - many, many thanks!

Cora Griffith said:   March 12, 2013 4:57 pm PST
Hey Chris -- I'm Rob's sister and want to thank you for setting up this fantastic website in honor of the BEST BAND EVER! I'm honored to have had the time I did with them. Miss ya' guys

Ken Kampo said:   March 4, 2013 10:44 pm PST
Alot of good time with Rob and watching the band in appleton. Thanks and best wishes Chris.

chris said:   February 20, 2013 11:20 am PST
Dear bro. W. Scott, I miss you hope you find this, Love Chris

scott krause said:   February 20, 2013 6:27 am PST
Chris, I don't know if you had seen this: I don't know if the link will work or not, and if not copy and paste this http://beatlesblogger.com/2013/01/10/beatles-with-records-part-fourteen/ into your web browser to go to the site. See 3rd story down the link of J&Y sitting on bed of their apartment in Greenwich Village. What is that album at the foot of the bed?

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