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Definite issues with Rob’s guitar.  I actually wondered at one point if it was intentional. Healy was known to mess with Bobby’s sound in the 80s.  First set as I recall was Shakedown, Minglewood, FOTD, Bucket, Birdsong, Used To Love Her, Might As Well. Solid but Rob was definitely having gear issues.  Second set was stronger. China>Rider, Estimated, Eyes, D/S. Unfortunately the feedback issues were not completely fixed. At some point in the Eyes jam Jeff definitely played a few lines from Moondance. Pretty cool that they then played It Stoned Me later. So I was told. Unfortunately we had to leave early. Promised our babysitter we would be home by midnight. Would love to hear a review post-space.  First half of set two was excellent, well played, high energy but the feedback definitely detracted a bit. Hope they fix it for you guys tonight! Happy New Year everyone.

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8-29-83 - Silva Hall at the Hult Center > Eugene, OR


(I)  Shakedown Street, Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Hell In A Bucket, Bird Song, It's All Over Now, Might As Well


(II) China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Space -> The Wheel-> The Other One-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Johnny B. Goode


E:  U.S. Blues

F:  Stoned Me?

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I thought The Other One last night was some of the best music I’ve heard from DSO this year. Great stuff. 

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As for the feedback,

the instrument I was playing is a vintage Yamaha synth that Brent used in that era. It has a setting that allows me to create a feedback effect much like a guitar can. Brent used it often and can be heard on many shows between 83 and 87

sorry if it threw y’all;-)


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Funny it was thought to be Robs guitar but was actually intentional from Robs keyboard. I know the keyboard feedback your talking about in 83 and 84. Sad to miss New Years but can’t wait for Jamaica. Enjoy some ole school music tonight. 

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That thing is one of my most favorite things on earth.

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12 hours ago, sml said:

That thing is one of my most favorite things on earth.

she is beautiful 

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