Thank you for being such a wonderful gentleman, a great hang on sessions, and introducing me to Ornella 180s at Witners... RIP...
Max was an early mentor to me. Helped me fined my way around Hollywood. I loved the guy and will dearly miss him. Rest IN Peace my friend. Ed Greene
So sorry to hear the news. R.I.P. Max. MK
Thank you for your friendship and inspiration over the years Max. Your Music will live on forevermore. Now...you belong to the ages. Goodbye my dear friend, -Dann
Max was a wonderful man, always humble, always kind and always generous. He was a good friend and insipration to me. My condolences to Teri and the Family.
RIP Max. Love ya man always. Thanks for your inspiring bass teaching, and your wonderful music. All of us are indebted to you for the musical legacy you left us.
Have a safe journey to the next plane of existence. We love the time we had to spend with you and your music will live on. All of our love to you and your family.
Hi Max, I just wanted to let you know you are in my thoughts. Please get well soon! Best, Dave
Hi Max, I wanted to know:Are you the one who was playing the great bass on "The Crusaders - In The Middle Of The River" or was it Wilton Felder?
Hello, was just getting my 70's funk fix (Grazing in the grass this time..)and noticed your comment on playing that session- wow!! Have to say that "Miles of Aisles" is a top 5 album of mine. LA Express certainly helped bridge the gap between jazz and popular music. Thanks so much for providing decades of great listening!!