Here’s my grandson Julian wearing one of my brother Gary’s old “Desserts” t-shirts. Desserts was the name of Gary’s band back in the early ’70s. So that would be like me wearing a medieval jerkin…or something. So old…so old…
Anyway, it fits Julian to a “T” – heh.
Speaking of Desserts, look what the google found: an ancient recording of “Bernadette” performed by Desserts several thousand years ago at the Royal Oak Music Theater (I think). “Bernadette” was one of my favorite Desserts songs back then. I’s a clever and catchy song about Motown Records leaving Detroit, using snippets of other Motown songs. It was written by local guy Stuart Mitchell, and in this version, Gary Rosenberg is singing. I believe Motown songwriter/artist Eddie Kendricks also recorded it in the early ’80s.
Give it a listen: