I apologize, I hope its cool to post the link to my Interview with David Gans in this thread.
though I suppose we could always start one in the forums...
this is a really good show, i wish i had been there
or at least could see David at some time
posted here because David doesn't have his own topic
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Dark Star Orchestra, and before that, Phil & Friends this past Fall was amazing! I downloaded the show, and I swear, when I think about the show, I'm STILL buzzing from it. It was THAT GOOD ! I still listen to it pretty regularly. Btw, there are some free downloads from the NY shows from the board on Phils site, just in case you didn't know.
at the old Ritz (4th/11th) in NYC in '81. A capacity 2500 dance hall.
Saw them again in '92 at Yankee Stadium, capacity 68,000. Hardly seemed the same band.
Conversation is always more interesting than recitation, so speak your mind and not someone else's.
take a breath of fresh air after reading your list
If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
YES-DONOVAN(with electric band,simply great)-PACO DE LUCIA,AL DI MEOLA,JOHN MCLAUGHLIN-GEORGE DUKE AND BILLY COBHAM(with sheila escovedo on percussions..!)-PETER TOSH(the godfather of reggae)-BOB MARLEY(his boss)- FRANK ZAPPA(played gem after gem for two an a-half hours) -SANTANA(no comment)-STEVIE WONDER(incredible stage presence.)-JOAN BAEZ(only a voice and a guitar..:-)-CROSBY , STILLS AND NASH (right after david was released )-ROBERT PALMER,-HERBIE HANCOCK(a magician like zawinul),-WEATHER REPORT(jaco was incredible),-EARTH,WIND AND FIRE(such happy music)!i have to add that the MEGA-bands aint worth to mention.musically yours!!:-)(-:
fillmore nye 2006/7...this is what rock should be...
O'Malley's in Gloucester, NJ 10:30 show time!!
Awesome cover band!! :)
I have no idea why we didn't launch a topic for them months ago, but better late than never: http://dead.net/forum/dark-star-orchestra