Mookie and The Footnotes

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Mookie and the Footnotes

Mookie & The Footnotes

Cover Artist: gatodejazz

A study in harmony, the Footnotes were anything but inconsequential, but the addition of frontman Mookie “The Bass Thief” Betts really put the group on the map.

Their first self-titled album, seen above, resulted in a Title itself.  The entire collection is worth listening to, but the can’t-miss highlights include “Daddy-o Fish,” “Seager Smooth,” and the ever popular of the era murder ballad: “The Ghost of Blake Snell.”

On loan from the Smithsonian Music’s “Still Over A Decade Left On His Contract” Collection.


This is the inaugural image for our newest collection.  Congratulations on having excellent taste.


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