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Elective @ The Moon

In style of early 70s/ one drummer show: Koritz for show, English for encore


Set One: Cold Rain And Snow ; Big Boss Man ; They Love Each Other ; Operator ; The Race Is On ; Friend Of The Devil ; Box Of Rain ; You Ain't Women Enough ; Jack Straw ; Here Comes Sunshine 

Set Two: China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider ; Good Lovin' > jam > Good Lovin' ; Playing In The Band > Uncle John's Band > Morning Dew > Uncle John's Band (reprise) > Playing In The Band (reprise) ; Dark Star > The Stranger (Two Souls In Communion) > Casey Jones 

Encore: Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu

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Diverted from plans and went to Tallahassee. Very pleased we made that choice. Middle school electives are the best.


"There's never been a best as blessed this"



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Wow - looks jamtastic !

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I just love seeing all the goodness you all have been getting!! I can’t wait for  the Charlotte show. I am hung up at home with obligations which I am grateful and happy to take care of but there is nothing like a DSO show and DSO friends to share it with! 

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Love that Playin/UJB/AM Dew/UJB/Playin sandwich!

Very 1973.

And then a Dark Star, wow!!!

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