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  1. I was cleaning up and found a hard drive that had some raw recordings of a festival from years ago. One of the recordings was of the Mickey Hart Band playing the Langerado Music Festival at the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in the Florida Everglades in March of 2008. The recording sounds very good, and the performance was top notch.
  2. They officially released this show as a soundboard recording. At the time, I felt it important not to risk my microphones to the rain. That is why I did not record it. I have taken steps so that will not happen again. Come rain or shine, I will record the shows I attend. Here is the link to that soundboard recording: https://www.nugs.net/live-download-of-dark-star-orchestra-red-rocks-amphitheatre-morrison-co-09-08-2019-mp3-flac-or-online-music-streaming/23129.html?cgid=ARTIST-291#sz=12&start=1
  3. Turning on the wayback machine, I remember being a sporty guy who skied and would listen through headphones that came with the walkman plenty of shows while skiing. There was such a rush as to dance while skiing while heading down a mountain slope. This is a memory that I surely do miss. Thanks for letting me bring it to the surface as we plunge headlong into another winter season. I believe it was one of things that made the season so unbelievably bearable. I can't wait to see this film.
  4. Well, we lost another one this year. It is sad that all the great ones leave us so soon. Thank you for all the great music that you shared with us. https://www.jambase.com/article/little-feat-paul-barrere-died
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    Yep, it happened. The Yankees swept my MN Twins 3-0 in the first round of the playoffs. We have lost the last seven matchups with them to tie the record for the most continuous losses in playoff history. Way back before they were the Twins, they were the Washington Senators. Their nemesis? The Yankees. This was so bad that they actually had a broadway musical made after the rivalry. It was called "Damn Yankees". Yes, this still fits today.
  6. Yep. That was me that you met. For the two WI shows, I was the lone taper for those. I just posted a link for the Madison show on that thread. the bump wasn't that bad afterall. Thanks for you words of praise. My therapist keeps telling me I need to give myself a pat on the back. It is hard to do being a perfectionist Virgo and all.
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    I will be the first to admit defeat when it comes to the MN Twins vs The New York Yankees in the divisional series. Even though the second game is still in the third inning as I write this, the Yankees hit a grand slam to make the score 7-0. If the Twins had pitching (which they don't) and our bats could come alive (they are deader than a doornail), we would have a then only a slight chance against them. I gave up a chance to go see Little Feat to watch game three of the series which is a home game for my team the Twins. I think I made a poor decision, but I made the day of a woman that I know for which the ticket made it into her hand. Such is life.
  8. I finally got around to posting my show from this night. So enjoy it! Here is the link: https://archive.org/details/dso2019-09-28.Neumannkm184.Cook.flac16
  9. I had problems with my levels this night, but my friend who I mentioned earlier in a previous post had put up three of his recordings for this night on the archive. Here they are: https://archive.org/details/dso2019-09-30.32bitFloatFlac16Berliner https://archive.org/details/dso2019-09-30.32BitFloatFlac16BusmanBSC1Omnis https://archive.org/details/dso2019-09-30.from32bitfloat_Neumann
  10. This is the end of my little run with this show at my hometown show. The band recreated the following show: Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco, CA (7/17/76) Promised Land Mississippi Half-Step Mama Tried Deal New Minglewood Blues Peggy-O Big River Sugaree Johnny B. Goode Samson and Delilah Comes a Time drums The Other One Eyes of the World The Other One Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad One More Saturday Night U.S. Blues Not Fade Away Filler Mission In The Rain White Rabbit I did record this as well. I want to give a shout out and a big thanks to a fellow taper Cliff Morse with whose help it was to make this recording better than the other two. All it took was a flip of switch and presto better sound.
  11. They recreated the following show: Philadelphia Spectrum (9/8/88) Let the Good Times Roll Shakedown Street Walkin' Blues To Lay Me Down It's All Over Now Loser Let it Grow Bertha Greatest Story Ever Told Crazy Fingers Truckin' drums The Wheel I Need a Miracle Dear Mr. Fantasy Hey Jude Reprise Turn on Your Love Light Black Muddy River Filler: Don't Let Go Honky Tonk Women I did record tonight's show. As always, I will put it up on the archive soon.
  12. Here is a link to the show from last night. https://archive.org/details/dso2019-09-27.Neumannkm184.Cook.flac16
  13. The band recreated 10/24/72 Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI Set One Don't Ease Me In Black Throated Wind Bird Song Mexicali Blues Box Of Rain Big Railroad Blues Jack Straw China Cat Sunflower I Know You Rider Big River Friend Of The Devil (old school) Beat It On Down The Line Sugaree Playing In The Band Set Two The Promised Land Ramble On Rose El Paso Deal Truckin'> The Other One> Drums> Bass Solo> Philo Stomp> He's Gone> The Other One Casey Jones E: Johnny B. Goode filler My Brothers and Sisters I did record the show tonight and will have links as to where to find it soon.
  14. A great loss indeed for a great wordsmith. Your words reflected my life and brought it to life. RIP is just not enough. This is a serious loss. I am shocked and saddened.
  15. That was from a Jimmy Rodger's tune. At one point of the show, Marty Stewart was naming off country stars that had covered Jimmy Rodgers. They had a photo of Jerry up on the screen but the words just wouldn't come out his of mouth as to who it was. They held the photo of Jerry up for what seemed a long time. Jerry recorded a version of Blue Yodel # 9 (Standing on the Corner) by Jimmy Rodgers. He played with David Grisman on that recording.
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