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Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?

16 Mar 99 - 09:44 PM (#63597)
Subject: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GaryD

Just came across a couple platters of music from the Pozo Seco singers, a group I loved way back then... Curious to know any history about the group, & what ever happened to them. Do they still entertain? Did they break up? Or did they become some hot rock & roll band!

How about it? Anybody help me?

Thanks, Gary


16 Mar 99 - 09:48 PM (#63599)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Mike Billo

One of them was Don Williams, the popular Country singer of the late '70's and early '80's, who, if memory serves, was last months cover story in "No Depresion" the alternative country music magazine.


16 Mar 99 - 10:07 PM (#63605)
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From: Ferrara

Don't know, but I sure did love them. Saw them once at the Shadows, the folk club that replaced the Cellar Door in DC. I still do songs I learned from them.


16 Mar 99 - 10:43 PM (#63616)
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From: Roger in Baltimore

I thought we had a thread about this group, but I could only find casual mentions with a Forum Search. Don Williams is the only one I know about today.

Roger in Baltimore


20 Mar 99 - 11:33 PM (#64647)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GaryD

Too bad, I sure liked the mixture of songs I heard..sort of surprised they didn't get anywhere.. There was a particular song about an Indian called "The Renegade".. can anybody help me with the lyrics? Gary


21 Mar 99 - 10:38 AM (#64713)
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From: Ferrara

Gary, Ian and Sylvia did "The Renegade" too. I've always loved it. BUT. Have been spending too much time typing in lyrics lately, forgive me, I'm too lazy right now to hunt for the record, transcribe, etc. If I don't remember within the next week, and no one else posts it, would you send me an e-mail or personal message to remind me? I really enjoy finding and typing songs for other Mudcatters, so don't hesitate to nudge me. But this week will be quite insane so it's unpredictable - on the other hand, I may go look up the song just to take a break from the real world. - R. Ferrara


21 Mar 99 - 10:40 AM (#64714)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Ferrara

Gary D,

Have I got the right song? "NiHaYa, Mother, Go with your white man, I hate their church that tells us that our fathers were wrong,/ So I'll hunt my own game, and I'll drink my own whiskey, and I'll sing until morning the old fashioned songs"?


21 Mar 99 - 03:18 PM (#64758)
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From: Allan Samuels

I happen to have just gotten a Double CD from Music Blvd. (on line music sales). I am posting a frew details copied from the liner notes. The group's sound was born....in Corpus Christy TX. Donnie Williams and Lofton Kline.... billed themselves as "the Strangers Two". Susan Taylor... met them and they Blended their talents.

There are seven musicians credited on the "Time" album. If any one really wants the names.....E-mail me and I will post them.

allands@erols.com

Nothing mentioned about where they are now....sorry. I'd like to know myself. But ya all ought'a be pleased that you can replace those scratchy old LP's. BTW I have never had any luck finding any other albums by them. If you know of some .....POST "EM UP.

Allan


21 Mar 99 - 06:01 PM (#64797)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GaryD

Thanks folks...& yes, Ferrara, that's the gist of the song.. Sure would like those words.. but I understand about not having time of your own...I've been a bit burned out for a while, too.. Some of you who have communicated with me in the past know that I go hot & heavy on Mudcat for a while..then something happens to my computer or personal issues & I miss coming back for long chunks of time.. Speaking of time...think one of the Pozo Seco Albums I was talking about had "Time" in the title?...


21 Mar 99 - 11:49 PM (#64870)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Ferrara

Gary D, I only had one album and I do believe it was (is) called Time. I'm sure I still have it although my spouse has "organized" our records beyond all hope of my finding anything.

There's a song on it called "Time": "Some people walk, some people crawl, some people don't even move at all. / Some roads lead forward, some roads lead back, some roads are dressed in white, some wrapped in fun'ral black. / Time, oh time, where did you go? Time, Oh Good, good Time, where did you go?" ... Something like that anyway.

Another song I used to play a lot from that album was "I'll Be Gone."


22 Mar 99 - 11:42 PM (#65182)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GaryD

Yup, that's one of the two albums I had... Speaking of I'll be gone, I know of a dynamite song by a sister of our friend's who wrote a great tribute to her father who had Alzheimer's.. called Gone Forever.. Their name is Curtis & Loretta, & they play professionally all over, but base out of Minneapolis.. They just released a new CD by that name with that song as one of the cuts..

To give you an idea, I'm laying down the 2nd verse & chorus...

But now a disease works in his brain, He's forgotten those children who carry his name. One day as I vacuumed, he watched me then said, "You've done all the work, I've done nothing yet" So I got him a dustrag, and he worked with me, He was still an example for this kid to see.]

If I think of all the things that I've lost, I can simply not bear the thought I am gone forever from his memory, And he cannot do things he once did for me

But I watch my dad and who he is now Plagued by Alzheimers, still somehow, Through the confusion his soul shines through, He says "Come anytime, we loved having you." (#3 repeat this line)

This song really gets to me..& I don't even know anybody close with the illness.. Loretta & her husband are going to be doing a house concert at her sister's next week & we've been fortunate to be invited.. Looking forward to it..

It's fairly early for me, only 10:30 pm..but I'm beat..checking out for now.. Thanks for stopping by..Gary


24 Mar 99 - 09:20 PM (#65732)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Jess from Caracas

In case you don't speak Spanish, pozo seco means "dry well".


04 Apr 99 - 08:17 PM (#68126)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Joe Offer

Click here for "Time."
-Joe Offer-


25 Oct 06 - 03:27 PM (#1868532)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST

Hi all.My name is Michael Roberts(26),originaly from South Africa , now living in Germany.I have been listening to Pozo Seco Shades of Time for about 20 years now,an LP that I have since recorded onto my pc and burnt as a cd,for practical reasons.Should any of you have an old LP that is still in good condition, I would be more than happy to spend lots of money on it.I would love to give my father an LP of Pozo Seco, it would mean the world to him and me.
Thank you.
Michael


25 Oct 06 - 03:39 PM (#1868537)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Cool Beans

Guest Michael,
      Try this. If I'm reading it correctly, they have the LP you're looking for for $15 and they charge $8 for shipping outside the US. Good luck.


http://www.musicstack.com/item/38331413/pozo+seco/shades+of+time


25 Oct 06 - 04:09 PM (#1868551)
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From: JedMarum

These folks were just inducted into the Texas Musis Hall of Fame (2006). I did a show and some recording work with Lofton Kline who lives again in South Texas and has truly developed into one of the very finest singers I've ever worked with. He's a great guy too, and I'd work with him again in a heartbeat.
Here's his website.

Susan Taylor, now known as
Taylor Pie is apparently active in the music world and Don Williams also has an active website.

Lofton had really good things to say about his former bandmates. We had planned to do some work with Taylor Pie last Winter/Spring, but things changed at the last minute due to some family issues with one of 'em. I haven't heard from them since.


.... anyway - just passing on a few things I know about these folks.


25 Oct 06 - 05:01 PM (#1868587)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Joe Offer

I had a college friend, Rudy Oborny, of Belleview, Nebraska, who just loved the Pozo Seco Singers. Rudy's a priest in Nebraska now, and I remember him every time I hear a Pozo Seco song. It's nice how songs bring back good memories.

Collectors' Choice Music has a nice CD of two Pozo Seco LP's, Time and I Can Make It With You. Here's the track listing:
    Time (1966)
  1. Time
  2. It Ain't Worth The Lonely Road Back
  3. Tomorrow Is A Long Time
  4. If I Fell
  5. Come A Little Bit Closer
  6. Guantanamera
  7. I'll Be Gone
  8. Silver Threads And Golden Needles
  9. The House Of The Rising Sun
  10. She Understands Me
  11. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

    I Can Make It With You (1967)
  12. I Can Make It With You
  13. If I Were A Carpenter
  14. Johnny
  15. Changes
  16. Forget His Name
  17. Mary Jenkins
  18. Look What You've Done
  19. Almost Persuaded
  20. Diet
  21. Ribbon Of Darkness
  22. Blue Eyes

  23. I Believed You - (bonus track)
  24. Louisiana Man - (bonus track)

There's another one, The Little Darlin' Sound of Don Williams (with the Pozo Seco Singers), but the title of the CD is so dorky that I can't bring myself to buy it. Here's the track Listing:
  • 1. Strawberry Fields / Something
  • 2. Spend Some Time With Me
  • 3. Take My Hand For Awhile
  • 4. Storybook Children
  • 5. In My Life
  • 6. Ruby Tuesday
  • 7. Comin' Apart
  • 8. Apt. No. 9
  • 9. Always Something There To Remind Me
  • 10. There's No Angel On My Shoulder
  • 11. Follow Me Back To Louisville
  • 12. Tears

I guess I have to admit that the lyrics and tunes tend toward triteness, but the recordings bring back good memories.
-Joe-


25 Oct 06 - 09:28 PM (#1868752)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: JedMarum

I worked for a few years with a program the church ran in prisons, when I lived in New England years ago - just to clarify: I was a volunteer for the program, not an inmate ;-) .... one night I had a presentation in whihc I used a rewrite verion of the song TIME ... you see Time was not only a great song, but the word itself had very string meaning to the men with whom I was working.


25 Oct 06 - 09:51 PM (#1868767)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Jeremiah McCaw

Accidentally posted this in another 'Pozo' thread . . .

Anyone want the chords?

(C)Some people (Dm)run, (G)some people (C)crawl,
(C)Some people (Dm)don't even (G)move at (C)all.
Some roads lead forwards; some roads lead back.
Some roads are bathed in light; some wrapped in fearful black.
         

(C)Time, oh (F-C-Dm)time (G)where did you (C)go?
(C)Time oh (F)good, (C)good (Dm)time, (G)where did you (C)go?


28 Nov 06 - 02:33 PM (#1894840)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST

Gary,
I can give a bit of an update on the Pozo Seco singers... e-mail Bill at margita28@yahoo.com


28 Nov 06 - 07:54 PM (#1895140)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: JedMarum

Guest, can't do a public update? I think lots of folks like to hear the news, if approrpiate to print.


29 Nov 06 - 01:28 PM (#1895736)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,Bernie

Both Lofton Kline and Susan Taylor[Now Taylor Pie] have websites;both active primarily in Texas and the American Southeast......Don Williams is the same Don Williams who became one of the biggest stars in Country music in the seventies,eighties and early nineties....now happily semi-retired[I think],but still does occasional tours,including one in western Canada a couple of years ago[told this by an aquaintance,can't verify it]....one or two other people I think filled in when Lofton left[Russell Thornbury?],las time I saw them they were just a duo of Williams and Taylor,but still classy....


30 Nov 06 - 06:58 AM (#1896382)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Ron Davies

Pozo Seco Singers were great. Gentle rocking beat and wonderful intimate harmonies.


30 Nov 06 - 08:45 AM (#1896460)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: curmudgeon

You might try getting in touch with Ron Shaw of   the Shaw brothers.He was part of that group for a couple years while Rick was in the army -- Tom


14 Mar 07 - 05:12 PM (#1996852)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,Anja

Hi there,
I'm a very very big Don Williams fan. He is a great singer and I also love the Pozo Seco Singers material.
I have a song called "He's a friend of mine", sang by Don. I just can't find out when he recorded that one. Is it a PSS song? Does anybody know?
thanks in advance, Anja


14 Mar 07 - 07:36 PM (#1996984)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Dave'sWife

A good number of the Pozo Seco Singers songs can be purchased individually at iTunes. I came across them when browsing the Don Williams songs they had available. I picked up a couple myself but haven't burned them yet. iTunes is becoming quite a good source for 1960s and early 70s music.


14 Mar 07 - 07:50 PM (#1996993)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Peace

My best guess would be 1973 for the recording of "He's a Friend of Mine." It was near the time he did "The Shelter of Her Eyes" and "Tulsa Time". It wasn't a PSS song as far as I know.


15 Mar 07 - 06:50 AM (#1997326)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,anja

He did write that song himself, didn't he? I just have it on a DW compilation. But I can't find out when he recorded it.
But Don didn't do Tulsa time in the same period as The shelter of your eyes. Tulsa Time was later, it's from his Expressions album of 1978, same year when that song became 'Single record of the year'. And The shelter of your eyes was recorded for his first solo album. I also should say that He's a friend of mine, came from that first period in the studios of Jack Clement. But it was never released on an album I guess....
Anja


15 Mar 07 - 09:07 AM (#1997438)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Peace

This is the track list for the album "The Shelter of Your Eyes" (by Don Williams).


1. Shelter Of Your Eyes
2. Come Early Morning
3. Amanda
4. Atta Way To Go
5. We Should Be Together
6. Down The Road I Go
7. I Wouldn't Want To Live I
8. I Recall A Gypsy Woman
9. Playing Around
10. Miller's Cave
11. She's In Love With A Rode
12. He's A Friend Of Mine
13. Bringing It Down To You
14. There's Never Been A Time
15. Coming Apart
16. On Her Way To Being A Woman
17. Follow Me Back To Louisville
18. (There's) Always Something

However, that doesn't date the song. (And yea about Tulsa Time.)


15 Mar 07 - 09:14 AM (#1997444)
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From: mrmoe

I remember them doing a Paul McNeil song: good morning today.....


15 Mar 07 - 09:15 AM (#1997445)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,anja

I have the 3 disc compilation 'The ties that bind', with that song on it. Also 'Bringing it down to you' is one i can't find information about...
However I love those songs, it's just a pitty that the quality of He's a friend of mine & Bringing it down to you is not very good.


15 Mar 07 - 09:43 AM (#1997475)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST

I just came across this information about released singles by the PSS.
They were released by Certron in 1970

Apartment Number Nine / Comin' Apart
Strawberry Fields Forever - Something / There's Never Been A Time - 70
Bringing It Down To You / He's A Friend Of Mine - 70

Does this make any sense to the PSS experts :-) ? Could this information be right? I don't know a lot about the Pozo's, because it's hard to get any material about them. The songs I have, are 'Don Williams - featuring the PSS', like the songs 14-18 listed in the previous message. I'm more like a Don Williams-solocareer expert :-).
Anja


15 Mar 07 - 10:15 AM (#1997495)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: mrmoe

Anja, somewhere, I have a nice recording of Paul McNeil doing "good morning today"...he's a wonderful "old boston" songwriter....love to have a copy of pozo seco doing it...


15 Mar 07 - 10:29 AM (#1997501)
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From: GUEST,anja

I didn't know the Pozo's did that song. I even didn't know Paul McNeil did it :-) Well maybe because i didn't grew up with that music. I'm 23, but my dad always played Don Williams and that's how I became a fan. I will keep my eyes open for you to find Good morning today.
Anja


15 Mar 07 - 10:42 AM (#1997513)
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From: Peace

Ain't no expert. I just always liked Don Williams.


15 Mar 07 - 10:47 AM (#1997521)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,Anja

Don is very great. He has such a smooth voice and also a great character either. I like the way he is.


15 Mar 07 - 03:30 PM (#1997801)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: Scrump

I used to like Susan Taylor's voice too. She still seems to be around under the strange (?) name of Taylor Pie (see link in one of the earlier posts above).


15 Mar 07 - 04:58 PM (#1997885)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,anja

Two of my favourite PSS songs are 'Where do you from here' and 'Comin apart'. And you're right, Susan has a great voice.
I read somewhere that Don was the leader of the group. Is that true?


15 Mar 07 - 08:57 PM (#1998055)
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From: JedMarum

Maybe that's why Lofton left?


16 Mar 07 - 06:49 AM (#1998327)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,Anja

I really don't know. When exactly did Lofton leave the group?


01 Apr 07 - 10:30 PM (#2014020)
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From: Dave'sWife

Sadly, there is not yet a separate Wikipedia article on The Pozo Seco Singers, but here is a link to the Don Williams article which does cover that aspect of his career:


Don Williams


01 Apr 07 - 11:44 PM (#2014050)
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From: Joe Offer

Apparently, the group was active 1965-70. The All-Music Guide has this biography:
    Although they are most remembered for including Don Williams in their lineup prior to his ascension to solo country stardom, the Pozo-Seco Singers were much more oriented toward pop/folk than country music. The Texas threesome formed in Corpus Christi, Texas, where Williams and Lofton Kline had a duo called the Strangers Two; with the addition of Susan Taylor, they became the Pozo-Seco Singers. Playing cleanly executed, coffeehouse-style folk, the trio could sound like a far more commercial, pop-conscious version of Ian & Sylvia with their conscientious blend of male and female lead vocals and harmonies. Not as hip as Ian & Sylvia or Peter, Paul & Mary, and not as blatantly commercial as, say, the Seekers, the group had a few small pop hits in the mid-'60s, "I Can Make It with You" and "Look What You've Done" both entering the Top 40. After a few albums for Columbia in the last half of the 1960s, the act broke up, leaving Williams to pursue a solo career in the country field.
I didn't realize the group had only three members. I pictured them as being the size of the New Christy Minstrels. Their four albums were:
  • Time (1966)
  • I Can Make It With You (1967)
  • Shades of Time (1968)
  • Spend Some time With Me (1970)

Up above, Jed provided a link to Taylor Pie, formerly Susan Taylor, formerly of the Pozo Seco Singers. There are some nice sound clips at that site. Her voice sounds as terrific as it did in 1966.


05 Apr 07 - 04:00 PM (#2017611)
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From: GUEST,Anja

The albums 'Time' and 'I can make it with you' were done by the 3 of them: Lofton, Susan and Don. Lofton left the group in 1967.
Then, Don and Susan continued together and released the other 2 albums, not as the Pozo Seco Singers, but as 'Pozo Seco', without Singers.
After that, they split up. But, Don didn't leave because he wanted to pursue a solo career. He moved back to Texas and started a furniture business with his father-in-law. But, after a year they moved back to Nashville, and then got into music again, but, not with the goal to become a country music singer. Don wanted to be a songwriter. He started to work with famous writers like Allen Reynolds, Bob McDill, but couldn't find anyone to record the songs...so, finally he recorded them himself and that's where his solocareer started.


20 Jan 10 - 01:17 AM (#2816508)
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From: GUEST,loftons grand daughter

Wow, its amazing how many people like this group... Just to let you know as im sure you have noticed above, the group split up and they all went there seperate ways, but all 3 of them continued to persue there love in music...They did get honored in Corpus Christi,tx a few years ago for there music.. You can view loftons website at www.loftonkline.com, he has some music on there and if you dont see what you are looking for just email him and surely he can help you... He is still making new albums as we speak, He is actually in the process of completing a new christian country album.. You can get some of his music of off itunes... Any ways just thought i would share a little of what i know...


22 Jan 10 - 08:54 AM (#2818430)
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From: Bobert

Refresh


22 Jan 10 - 12:26 PM (#2818630)
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From: GUEST,Jed Marum

I did some recording and a couple of shows with Lofton in Corpus a few years ago. We played a club on the main drive in Corpus and a house concert. I very much enjoyed working with him. He's a fine singer and performer and a good guy.

Here're a few pics from the house concert.


22 Jan 10 - 05:47 PM (#2818896)
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From: GUEST,Arkie

Comments from Lofton's grand daughter are appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to comment and hopefully you will check back from time to time to help keep the dialog going.

I have to admit to being fond of the Pozo Seco Singers from the group's early days and was sorry the group disband.


22 Jan 10 - 06:18 PM (#2818926)
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From: JedMarum

Yeah - they were first class!


22 Jan 10 - 06:20 PM (#2818928)
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From: Bobert

I reckon it was '66 or '67 when I first heard the Pozo-Seco Singers... They had come to play in the gym at Richmond Politechnical Institute (RPI)(Now Virginia Commonwealth University, VCU) and my wife saw a poster and we went to hear them... I must admit that before then I had never heard of them but go we did and it was great... I had been playin' geetar for about 3 or 4 years at that point and seein' then was very inspirational... At the time I really didn't know that Don Williams was one of the members tho we had two or three of their LPs...

Fast forward to the 70's and I was doin' some coffeehouse stuff and playin' the genure of the day (folk/country/rock) like everyone else and even was doin' a couple Don Willimans songs and still didn't have a clue that he had been the same guy I'd seen that night in the gym or a member of the trio until...

...one day I was havin' a conversation about Don Williams with someone and they mentioned that he had been one of the Pozo Seco Singers and it blew me away... First thing I did that night was hunt down my ol' Pozo Seco LP's and check it out and sho nuff, it was for real...

BTW, I loved alot of Don Williams songs and now and then, when my wife requests it, I do "Say it Again" which I have done so many times in my life that I can just do it in any key or tunin'...

The song, however, that has always haunted me by them was the one that went:

"Johnny, run to the window
see daddy comin' thru the meadow
whats that he holding in his hand...

Ya'll know the rest of the song...

B~


22 Jan 10 - 07:59 PM (#2818995)
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From: JedMarum

yeah - Don Williams is a gem, too.

Taylor Pie is too! She is in a few Youtube vids that are worth checking out ... just put her name into the Youtube search.


05 Feb 10 - 07:28 PM (#2831117)
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From: GUEST,Lofton Kline: original member

HEY FOLKS....LOFTON KLINE HERE....MY GRANDDAUGHTER EMAILED ME TODAY ABOUT THIS SITE AND IT WAS VERY REFRESHING AND REWARDING TO SEE YOUR COMMENTS CONCERNING THE POZO SECO SINGERS...A SPECIAL THANKS TO JEB MARCUM FOR HIS COMMENTS AND INPUT.....WHAT A GREAT MUSICIAN AND PERSON....I WAS FORTUNATE TO HAVE HIM PLAY ON ONE OF MY CHRISTIAN COUNTRY SONGS DOWN IN CORPUS CHRISTI, TX. A WHILE BACK....SUSAN AND I REUNITED FOR A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE AT DEL MAR COLLEGE,(where we first met and sang together), around 5 years ago...had a great time and talked of recording together again in the future but haven't worked out the particulars as of yet....I re-recorded "Time" recently and will release it this year on my website, I-tunes, and CD Baby....I have four albums ready to market this year...is there an interest out there?....All of the albums are family oriented with a moral, good harmony and lyrics....very easy listening...all will be under $14.00...you can hear snipets of two of the albums on my website:..LoftonKline.com...I would love to hear from all of you...If I can answer any questions about the group or my present career please feel free to list them on this site.. now that I am aware of this site I will answer any time I can....Thanks again, and God Bless...Viya Con Queso....Lofton


02 Aug 10 - 06:46 PM (#2957006)
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From: GUEST,me

Hello Lofton!

Did you and Don recorded any song as "The Strangers Two" ? If so - what are the titles?

Thanks in advance.


27 Nov 10 - 12:00 PM (#3041443)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST

I didn't go clear to the bottom, but we know about Don Williams. The beautiful voice of Susan Taylor is the one I was interested in. She still sings a little and goes by Taylor Pie. There's some good stuff on Youtube. She still has a great voice.


30 Dec 10 - 03:13 PM (#3064003)
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From: GUEST,Jean

I heard Susan Taylor for first time today on 104.7 KJUL Las Vegas. Someone had wanted to here "Time" & a woman went through Amazon & called the station with her research. I heard the researcher's voice & then listened to that haunting song. Got on this to get background on Pozo Seco. Thanks for being here, Lofton


14 Apr 11 - 06:27 PM (#3135389)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,LOFTON KLINE..(Original Pozo Seco Member)

I JUST FINISHED ANOTHER ALBUM AT CHRISTMAS TIME AND WOULD BE GLAD TO EMAIL YOU ONE OF THE SONGS FROM THE ALBUM IF YOU'D LIKE...EMAIL ME AT:LOFTON@LOFTONKLINE.COM ...THANKS FOR ALL THE INTEREST IN OUR 'GROUP FROM LONG AGO' EH!....TAKE CARE ALL AND HAVE A BLESSED WEEK!...ADIOS!


13 Jul 11 - 10:09 AM (#3186684)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,LOFTON KLINE

IN ANSWER TO THE GUEST THAT ASKED IF DONNIE AND I RECORDED ANY SONGS AS "THE STRANGERS TWO"....NO WE DIDN'T ...WE HAD ONLY BEEN TOGETHER A FEW MONTHS WHEN WE MET SUSAN AT A 'HOOT-NANNY' AT DEL MAR COLLEGE AND WE ALL HIT IT OFF SO WELL WE FORMED THE TRIO A FEW DAYS LATER...THANKS FOR YOUR INTEREST.....HAVE A BLESSED WEEK...ADIOS..LOFTON KLINE


11 Aug 11 - 12:22 PM (#3206105)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,Julie

Hi Lofton,
I know you sang lead vocal on "The House of the Rising Sun" and "Ribbon of Darkness." When I listen to the song, "Changes," it sounds like your voice as lead at the beginning and end of the song, but possibly Donnie's in the middle. Can you clarify that? I'd like to purchase your current albums. My computer nearly crashes when I try to access Itunes. How else can I buy your music?


30 Sep 11 - 11:53 AM (#3231723)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,LOFTON KLINE

HI JULIE....YOU'RE CORRECT ON ALL COUNTS ON 'RIBBON OF DARKNESS, HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN AND CHANGES'....THANKS FOR REMEMBERING..I PROMISE I SING MUCH BETTER NOW....PLEASE GO TO MY EMAIL ADDRESS AND I'LL GIVE YOU ORDERING INFORMATION....EMAIL ME AT: LOFTON@LOFTONKLINE.COM ....THANKS AGAIN FOR YOU INTEREST AND LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU!....HAVE A BLESSED DAY...ADIOS...LOFTON KLINE..(EPH. 6:10-20)


07 Oct 11 - 06:43 PM (#3235558)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,johninmi

Hi:
I seem to remember a song they sang called "Going Away" or something like that.. I've searched YouTube, iTunes, and Google, as well as the song lists from all of their albums that I could find.. I have not found any mention of this title.. Does anyone know of this song, and where I could find it? Thanks!!

John


29 Jan 14 - 10:55 PM (#3596683)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST,rougetor

I was a student at University of Saskatchewan way back then and had purchased tickets to a Pozo Seco Singers concert to be held there but at last second it was canceled and we were told that the group had split up because of an alleged love triangle . . . .


17 Jul 17 - 07:10 PM (#3866693)
Subject: RE: Pozo Seco Singers...What happened to 'em?
From: GUEST

MORNING............NO LOVE TRIANGLE.........JUST GOT TIRED OF CARRYING SUSAN'S BAGS..................THANKS FOR ASKING.......