Numero Group: By The Numbers


From The Numero Photo Vault (Episode 1)
April 8, 2010, 3:12 pm
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Every once in awhile we need to dig through the Numero archives to track down some long forgotten images and we realize how many awesome photos that have, for any of a number of reasons, gone unused. These photos, taken from a Church of the Living God service on the northside of Detroit in the 1960s, were saved by Felton Williams, the generous fellow behind Double U Sound Studios from Ecorse, Michigan. Unfortunately we don’t know who took them, but we enjoyed revisiting them and decided to share. We’ll try and do this every month or so to get some great lost images into the light.


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I grew up in this church and I know who the drummer is, if you’d like his name.

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