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    Posted: January 19 2012 at 10:38
From ebay: Probe 10 was a group of high school students in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania. Two schools in particular that I am sure of are Emmaus and Parkland. When the album was released back in 1975, my best friend at the time (Steve Kroninger Ė now an artist in NYC) was attending Lehigh County Vo-Tech as an art student with either Jim McGee or a friend of Jimís (Kim). Anyway, it was and still is a great album. This one certainly has passed the test of time. I donít think any of the people on this album went on to do much more professionally in the music industry. That is a great injustice.

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# James McGee: Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Flute, Twelve String Guitar, Remix, Producer, Arrangements
# Jeff Saussier: Trumpet, Coronet
# Bill Jones: Electric Guitar
# Barry L. Bachman: Percussives
# Tom Nicholson: Rhodes Piano
# Brian Gerhab: Flute
# Diane DuBois: Flute, Cover Design
# Samuel Creyer: Flute, Alto Flute
# Mason Profit: Recorders
# Linda Kistler: Violins
# Susan Rudelitch: Vocal
# David Robert Scheirer: Vocal, Babbling Brook, Remix, Producer
# Stirling E. Woodin: Engineer, Remix

One LP "There Is A Universe" in 1975.  (Blue Universe #PR92673 (1975 USA - Pennsylvania))









I admit, sound quality leaves something to be desired; bit of a garage band thing going on here.


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Post Options Post Options   Quote yam yam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 19 2012 at 12:06
My God! There's all sorts going on here! I'm well impressed with it though. Thumbs Up
Sounds like something that might have been recorded a lot earlier than 1975, but I reckon it definitely deserves a place here somewhere (I'm guessing JRF due to the high Jazz content...)
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Post Options Post Options   Quote harmonium.ro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 20 2012 at 11:22
Good stuff. I'll notify the JR/F team. 
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Post Options Post Options   Quote js (Easy Money) Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 27 2012 at 04:23
Interesting effort for a bunch of high school students, we added them to to jazz-related rock section at the jazz site. You certainly have a knack for obscure albums.
http://www.jazzmusicarchives.com/
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