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    Monday, 07 July 2008


    A raw punk outfit from Fort Worth who were a popular local attraction in their day. Sometimes known as The Jades Of Fort Worth, their second 45 and later pressings of the third one were released under that name, Their third 45 was originally credited to Jades Of Stone. They specialised in cover versions, which they delivered in their own fiery style. On I'm Alright Gary Carpenter set a Rolling Stones song to new lyrics and the formula worked - they enjoyed a local hit. Next up was a Small Faces song and for their third and final effort they choose a Van Morrison composition. They finally called it a day in 1969 by which time only Carpenter and McCool remained from their original line-up. For the first half of the seventies Carpenter played for a showband called Colossus and later he recorded an album which he decided not to release. After a spell as a DJ in Fort Worth he was last heard of managing the Sound Idea stereo store on Camp Bowie. The
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