A classic mono recording at the Circus Room. Let us take you back to the year 1965, where the past comes alive. Inspired by the big bands of the forties and fifties. Drummer Fagle Liebman thoughtfully created a perfect example of a small group sometimes sounding suprisingly like a big band. This was accomplished by using different combinations of horns to give a new dimension to the group. Fagle, an exxceptional drummer, created a premium quality sound on the drums with a light touch that complimented the rest of the group. Flo plays a delicate trumpet and usually ended the evening playing her valve trombone. The other players lent their musical expertise which rounded out the group. Ahead of it's time and now with the Internet presence, the group surfaces once again with the good old favorites. The songs selected were always geared to the kind of audience they played for aand for what part of the country they were in. This recording is copied from a small cassette recorder that Flo kept underneath her bandstand. None of the group knew they were being recorded and after hearing the CD they would have given anything to have made the recording in a studio with the benefit of more than one microphone and all the other sound equipment used in a professional studio. Like a dream come true for a traveling band, it couldn't have been any better. A beautiful place to play, good clean rooms, complimentary food, a wonderful boss and the greatest people to play for night after night. The best food and music and guaranteed the best time anyone could have had for an evening out. 'The Famous Circus Room IN Eastover, South Carolina.' After playing music from Miami Beach to the top of the world in Thule, Greenland for our armed forces, Flo say's the Circus Room was one of the bands favorite places to play.