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Charlie Browns Birthday Bash with Jeff Mattson and friends

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SET 1 
Time to Kill; Body Parts (The Anatomy of a Breakup); Blinding Light; Sweet Inspiration; I Want to Tell You> Jam> Mission in the Rain; High Horse; Run Mary; Not Fade Away> Jam> Moonlight Mile; 
A Prisoner Says His Piece 

SET 2 
Sleepwalking; *Arise; No Quarter; Silver Spoon; 
Warm Heart> Jam> Masters of War; The Return of the Grievous Angel; Heart of Mine; Needle and Thread; 
Mason’s Children> The Other One> Mason’s Children (reprise)

 

*with Jennifer Markard

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Pardon my ignorance, but, what is Charlie Browns' birthday bash? I actually share my birthday with Charlie brown, October second. Some things go over my head like a sweater but I'm pretty sure we're not in October any more.

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I don’t know either , Greg. But hey, cool  , my bday is the day after yours.

 

Some of the Southern JGB leg made it in there! I hope this bodes well for Jubilee. 😍 

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41 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

I don’t know either , Greg. But hey, cool  , my bday is the day after yours.

 

Some of the Southern JGB leg made it in there! I hope this bodes well for Jubilee. 😍 

At the bottle and cork in Dewey two or three years ago, I was talking to a guy before the show who was a doctor from San Fran. I told him I share my birthday with Ghandi and he says October second, I know cuz my birthday is the third. So, congrats, there's another star head out there that has the same birthday as you.

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Charlie Brown? That's my friend. Great guy. Also goes by James Brown, both his real names. James Charles Brown. He started the Skip Zone. It was his 50th birthday last weekend and Mattson/Barraco and Friends played his birthday party. Jeff, Skip, Lisa, Rob on keys and his son Tom playing drums and Jennifer Markard singing with her Zen Trickster bandmates. Joey Bagadonuts is his friend from VT who renovated the old Stone Church into a music venue and pulled off the event. It was an amazing night with several friends flying in. James and I will be in Boston tonight in the Skip Zone.

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Nice! Thanks! On a related note, I discovered the addam's family video a couple of years ago when researching addam's family tuning by the Grateful Dead, on line. I was trying to show a customer of mine the diversity of the Dead. Hey, maybe we can get some requesting started for the upcoming round of Shows. How' out some obscure stuff like addam's family tuning, hideaway, or the polka noodling the Dead has done while they're figuring put what song to play next. I'll be at the Wilmington show since, you know, apparently, the band is following me. 

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16 hours ago, Greg from Chestertown said:

At the bottle and cork in Dewey two or three years ago, I was talking to a guy before the show who was a doctor from San Fran. I told him I share my birthday with Ghandi and he says October second, I know cuz my birthday is the third. So, congrats, there's another star head out there that has the same birthday as you.

 And a doctor nonetheless. But a doctor of what would be my next question. My pop is a doctor of chemical engineering and medicine specialist in pathology. I see dead people sometimes. 

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Thanks for the set list Joey! Immense gratitude for including us in the fun!  T'was a real treat. Thanks again. :cheers:

 

:dsorocks::crewrocks:

 

 

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31 minutes ago, PoetryGirl said:

 And a doctor nonetheless. But a doctor of what would be my next question. My pop is a doctor of chemical engineering and medicine specialist in pathology. I see dead people sometimes. 

A general practitioner, I believe. He taped shows in the seventies. Milton was his name.

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A wise lawyer, and yes, there are still some of those around, showed me this once.  Little did he know, I have tried to aspire to wash away my white, right, southern, no rhythm dance to emulate more of the soulful richness so related to the music we love. 

 

Thanks chuck!!  Your 1 in a million 

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8 hours ago, PoetryGirl said:

 And a doctor nonetheless. But a doctor of what would be my next question. My pop is a doctor of chemical engineering and medicine specialist in pathology. I see dead people sometimes. 

I work on an organic farm that is owned by the recently retired executive director of the American board of surgery. He tested surgeons to keep them board certified. He worked as a trauma surgeon in the e.r. Of San Fran general from ‘65 to ‘92. He has some incredible stories. My favorites are when he says things like the Grateful Dead and Janis would play in the panhandle park on Sunday afternoons.

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On 5/9/2018 at 9:20 PM, Tea said:

 

Wonder what episode that was from. 

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