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Yeah I can not in the face single in you please Silas was golden you couldn't resist vacation most Alice died three years ago was an influence on artists from the who to the rolling stones to Jimi Hendrix to Bonnie Raitt in fact she's contributed to the new album if you're going to the city a tribute to most Allison it also features Jackson Browne Taj Mahal Chrissy hind and Elvis Costello among many others and Bonnie Raitt joins us now from member station KQED in San Francisco welcome hi Lou how are you I'm great and we're also joined by most Allison starter singer Amy Allison who is the executive producer of the album welcome to you too thank you alone thanks for having me along with Bonnie great to have you both I'm I'm going to start with you Bonnie what drew you to this so project well I have been such a fan of mo's since my older brother turned me on to his records when I was about sixteen and I never heard anything is cool is that even though I used to listen to jazz radio in LA on when I was supposed to be asleep by terminal transistor on any you know I love the blues I love his laid back delivery I've been a fan ever since the first note I heard him saying and we met backstage I went to see him and jazz clubs when I was in college and I go to Greenwich Village and and then we had the opportunity to do some shows together in the early seventies mid seventies we did some touring together and we were friends lifelong friends and one of my great.