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Right Place, Wrong Time is a 1976 album by blues singer and guitarist Otis Rush. Although regarded as one of his finest recordings, the album was not issued until five years after it was recorded. It was originally released on the independent Bullfrog label after Rush bought the tapes. In 1986 the rights were acquired by Hightone.
A Southwest Airlines plane carrying more than 100 passengers landed at the wrong Missouri airport Sunday. It's not common, but it's not unheard of," said pilot Mark Weiss, a 20-year veteran of commercial aviation who has frequently flown Boeing 737-700s, the same kind of aircraft that touched down Sunday at a small airport in Taney County, Missouri, about seven miles from where it was supposed to land at Branson Airport. The plane stopped about 500 feet from the end of a runway at M. Graham Clark Downtown Airport, but no one was injured, said Chris Berndt, the Western Taney County Fire District fire chief and emergency management director
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If you land successfully at the wrong airport the FAA really can't take any action. with no release, W/B, performance, etc. Nailed! In 20,000 hours I have nearly fell for the wrong airport more than once. And if you think you are immune, you're next to do it. Reply.
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Right Place, Wrong Time. Written-By – Otis Rush. Piano – Mark Naftalin. Producer – Nick Gravenites, Otis Rush. Rhythm Guitar – Fred Burton. Right Place, Wrong Time (LP, Album, RE, RM, 180). Pure Pleasure Records.