Among the great tragedies of Thomas Boddie’s untimely death in 2006 is the loss of his 30 years of session memories. While the Boddie Recording Company overflowed with paperwork, the volume of studio bookings left little time for fastidious filing. As such, very few session logs have survived. Beyond their signatures and addresses on a publishing contract circa 1970, no information has been found about John Donald Saddler or Angela Alexander. Saddler’s Linndale residence on Cleveland’s historically white west side marks him as a probable outsider, but his passing in 1983 closed out any opportunity to corroborate.